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title: 'The Rich Hill tribune. (Rich Hill, Mo.) 1903-1911, October 15, 1903, Image 3',
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A Word on Money
We are oing lo tell you
how to male money easy
the way is to trade with ui.
That is a strong statement
here li to prove it:
5c Cake Tumor, 4.
!ic Cake Turner, slightly runted.
Vx Mluer'aCap, lOc.
:.c on om, 17c.
We have a good
bargain line of
OPERA DRUG AND
Opera Hoose Blttg. Rich till!, Mo.
Rich Hill will have a lecture
course this winter. Th High
School is said to be the promoters.
Uncle Ben Scott's house at But
ler was struck by lightning a few
days ago, but fortunately no one
Mrs. Jane Steansbury and Mr. O.
B. Morton, both well known in
Rich Hill, were married Oct. Sib at
Maj. T. W. Tedford concluded
o yisit his son Will at Kansas City
and take in the Priests of Pallas
parade. He returned lately, Friday
last, haying jieatly enjoyed his
Rev. C. C James returned Irom
his weddinjf trip last Friday we
mean his trip to St. Louis where
he went to b master of ceremonies
in a wedding covenant for a couple
of ftiends and former parishioners.
The people of Nevada are Rieat
ly disappointed at the movement
of the Barton-Vernon Oil Com
mn in pulhnff UP their drill
and removing it to Golden City.
Tht Nevadains thought the com
pany would continue to drill until
jjas or oil was found but they did
Wfey Remain a S!ac When Voa
Caste Cored Jt Home.
An st..li.U.. ixruiiuu-ut a,ml pain-
Was home cure tor Mi.rpht.K.. On-alue
Ijiu.liuiuni. Oi-t.iiu mid ivtlnr ilru"'as. ....
hnhtu a Kutniut.Hl tb. foMowtnif ! ber at. H you have never been
limtrui tU.nii. Our tn -atmciit very
linitf ami run I tnkon without the
kuowel(.- or mwixtniKt ol oltief
jn r.init. We do nut detftln you trout
liUklix'iM od viuli iiiH' nivlviHi tu
,tltdual tirntini'ut from u eir
tonetit iwrve wim-lnlUt. ltcllif U lm
nNllits. Apivrtttjs ta nturxil at
one mid Wi U-eoine noriiinl nt
tt tx-Kiimluit ol tlw tretttliienU We
totoro th niTVuiia and pliyali'nl
ivittruia to their linturul eolidltloim
tiuw remove the cnut of th
RKK TliUI. YUKATUKNT
aliiivsliitf hi jwrftTt aupport our
rvinoity jjivea will I nt on Psjuit.
Coi.rtd.-iilUil t'(nriind4'Ui- eiH-
Ully with phj'U-liu, ollit.i.
Write today for our frw book w ldi h
jjtv, our n len-iirtn. lenna, etc.
XlAMitrras Tuaaariti'Ta? A's.,
J LOCAL HUlKl'S. J
We are informed that t'm Milli
ards horse-show last N,iHt l.y
a li succtss.
Some private money to loan on
good real estate security. Gf.o. I'.
We have $ioo to loan on poo l
real estate security. Must he
acre property or (arm.
Jake Hirni, of pnpinsvillr, was in
the city, Monday afternoon look
ing after business niattra.
Ucv. L. F. Clark, Irom Oak
Grove, was in the city Monday,
looking hale and hearty.
Curt Burrows and wife, of Eldo
rado springs, were in the city and
pent Sunday with relatives.
Mrs. R. V. James, of I
Teaa. mother of II. 1. James, it!
visiting relative in this part of the
1 International Live Stock Expo
sition, Chicago, Nov. 2S to 30, in
; elusive, return Dec. 7, one fare
i plus $2.00 for the round tiip, via
(the M. O. P. Ry.
Mr. Abner Wi ami wife, ami
i Wm, Mainthc aced lather of Mis
1 J. J. Warren (he is 95 years of age)
; enjoyed a visit from a riumher of
! church friends, last Sunday.
! Griffith Grocery Co. have put in
! a meat matket with their grocery
: store, and will hereafter sell meat as i
well as groceries to their customer j
:John llagan will be in chaise. Kv
erybody knows John.
. , 1
Mrs. L. L.. i niter, wittj two:
children, Ardene and Leon, are vi
'itinjj at California, Mo., ar.d Akron, ,
j Ohio, and at Akron, October JO
j will attend the marriage of the only
brother of Mrs. Fhifer.
The Beneficiary Committee of
the Royal Neighbors of Ameri ca, at :
its September session, allowed and j
ordered the claim on the death of.,
Mrs. Julia Jones, of this city, who . w.,. (ake ou. ,he coa, from
1 died Aug. 24tb, to be paid. umhf tne hunJre(, anJ twtnly.four
j Mrs. C. D. Winchell returned j acres of land. He thinks and be
j home last Thursday after an ex-! heves he has a good prospect,
'tended visit to friends at Chicago, j
Mrs. Winchell had a very pleasant J Horace W. Kutiu Dead,
trip and expresses Jierself as bav-j Horace W. Ktihn, only son of
ing bad a very enjoyable outing; j Mr. at d ,fri- A Kuh xe
Mr. C. T. Olson. Father of Dr.. vada, Mo., Friday motuing Octooer
Olseo the dentist, spent several il!. ijed .53 years and six months,
days last week visiting the doctor, j He was bom in Douglas county,
and returned home to Kansas well If., Match 10, 1S3S.
pleased with his trip. He is a
healthy and prosperous looking)
W alter ail returned home Satur- , , , . ,.
,. ... ,, tiwik p.ick mi Saturday, Kev. C
day evening from Kansas City. He ' ;
. . .. . 1C James cotidiiciinc the services,
took a civil seivice exammaiion a; .
'Deceased came to Ivica Hill in the
lva 1 . .n a man uith m vtr-iv tit ttt't'tif .
wifvi 1 11111. .cw n't.. . ... K. . h
into government service. lie
serves to succeed and Tiik Tutm se
HieS he Will.
Rev. C, C. James will c.mmcm.e:wi,!, a vaUtuK teadfstness that
a seties of meetings at the Walnut
St. M. K. Church, Sunday evening!
and continue the tame tor some
time thereafter. Kev. II. ti. Mai,
of Lebanon, will be bete on Met
Hay to assist in tne mecungs.
C. A. Clark is home from rail- I
gins to look like a native, less j
flesh than formeily, and looks I
more like he was ready to run.
C V. Done brought us a los l
of wood on subscription a few
davs ago. Now if any other sub
scriber wants tosend us a bushel
of potatoes, a ham ot meat ur
anything we can use (or fuel, eat
or wear, we will be glad to pvi
litem credit on subscription.
TheG. A. R. Boys will meet in
the I. O. O. F. hall, next Wednes
day lught and will discuss the pro
nosition of a bean supper, l.veiy
, , , , ..
Ujere leloie, be there then.
Mrs. Ames' fall opening was a
success. The day was all that
could be desired, and a Urge num.
ber of ladies look advantage ot the
pleasant weather to visit the 11a
zaar, where they are always made
welcome and feel at their tot by
the pleasant greeting of Mis. Ames
and her attentive assistants. No
wonder she succeeds.
Mrs. Eliaabeth Jsjnr.intjs, well
known to many of our citizens, -fs
married to Jude C. P. H xl y at
Duller, Oct 4rd by Ja?t;e John A.
Silvers, of thu 1 roliattf louit.
Judge Doxley is a prominent attor
ney, ind one cf the best known
Democratic politicians in lUtts
county. Tn Tsih v ceitm!
wishes them many jtats ol conuu
road building down in the Terrt-jmen
lory, and will return probably the
Utter part of this week. He be -
Mi- 3 U. IIk'is who has Inn
quite nick, ii villi 'ii the way to
V. K. Kote is rtpcr'id to he
r '-1 ! i r-s s rrdy to tipen up a large
More in Cotiunl Kansas.
See tint new goods at The Ua
haar. They keep in stock a splen
did assortment cf neatly every
llnnj;'. Ktv. F.li. I'. Anderson returned
to Ins home at Carthtga Mo., al
ter the conclusion cf quarterly con
ference Monday niuht.
Kansas City Horse and Cattle
Show One and one-third fare for
the round trip, tickets on sale via
the M. O. 1. Ky, Oct. 17 to i.
Dr. L. L. Ames is ia Kansas
City taking a post graduate course
in ophthalmia, uuder Dr. Tiffeny,
who has lately returned from
The fact that you cannot change
the whole world should not prevent
x""r 'fv'nijj to smwdi cvrr a few of
te routih spots in the patn mat some
jhody has to walk. Selected.
I The Hazaar has in a fine line
! of the very latest designs in wait
ings, ready made skirts, under
ikirti, hat, calicoes, percales.
cim;ham, etc. See them for
anv thing sou may want.
The rainstorm thai swept over
1 this pail of :he comitv, Wednesday
i nizht cnused much damage, was
tiie death of tever.il people over in
Kaii'-as and ent the Manas des
I Cyunes river on the rampage at a
Many school districts are sup-
p! Vint: school liLiary books. All
- ' . .
progressive teactiers Know mat
! successful school work cannot be
done without books to supplement
the geography, history and lan
Cuai;e work. Directors recognize
the value of good bocks.
New Mines Opening.
T 1 - . T I I , U - , - J . ".. -
, . .. v .
Hi remains were brought to this
city and taken to the home of his
patent, 0.1 Chestnut between 6th
( , .
(iw ;;,. 'c ol llic v.nlrr at II: at time.
lit was A f.cthf.ii- i.t.ii!. triivtiA'rr
, 1111 1
t ): v U !! 7 111 t H H lli i 4 1 li 1 111 U'l-il If
a,mucr.ded him to his employer.
M ti nilentau ill u if Iketwero
Ci t. F. 3. Tygard filed notice
i,t t,c county court of bis desire
to be released as one of the bonds-
ci county treasurer W, T.
j J dinson. As a reason therefore
j he ihat,;rs that Mr. Johnsoa is
del hi t in hi duty, in bring absent
Irom hi othce and not Kiving it
his piiioiul attention. Mr. John
sen tctjuedtrd the couit to order
an invcMication of his oibce. after
svhiih be piomises to hie a new
iond. Mr. Johnson sssfits that
Capt. T gird's aelions are dictat
ed ly pittonal motive. That he
is devoting a';i the time necessary
to peitorm the duties, tie says
(hat uli4t he hss lost heretofore
has teett because of ill health
1 he court, on Mr. Johnson's ie
jiK'sT, ordered the treasurer's
l io!s examine I, and appointed
Messrs. C. C. Duke and F. C.
Smith to do the work. Uu'.ler
. Deiilneoa I'auoot be C'urel
by l' ;d iipplh-atloiii as tlu-y cannot
rvaili th ii':':iNd portion ot the
ear. There la only one way to cure
di'ttftii-, Itlid lliat U by coiifetttu
tlooiil reiiKsliiH. lenfiieK Ucuutw-d
by an liilbtuied coiiibiiou of tli nut
cou titling of the 1'iiht iu lit;in Tid.
Wli.-u tl.lii tut- i inil;iine,l you have
a rutiibbiin oUud or Innx-rtix t benr-
lii);, alii Im ii tt la enMrvly vuxwest
IvnfiK'M 1 th- vutt, mi I unki- the
toll iiiiiiiiiti'ii ran tt taki-11 out and
ll;: lulie ni..r. d to lla iioruml ion
.liitoii, luMthu will U btroyil
( never; 1. 1 ne 1 . out 111 tea rr
V ..I---1 I t'jitiirrli, l.U l In iiotiiliiii
but u li tliui I -otiililioir ( lit,'
in ucou iM-r U .
'e x ill Ks' lltii..lii-d Itolbsns
(OT ! '.0 ' l IS . (CUIIM-dt
r,titrilil tint vaitiiot U- 1 11 txi I t
II it'd'a t'atai 1 U fi.lv. e-ud forlr
I . J. t III NTV A f..Toksbs t.
Sold by dttoiJi'-tn. TV.
itaU'a I AU.l y t ula SID tls beat.
j C. C Touni So't 'has removed to
town Irom ilimn'm thr frm I!': 5
one of our a'urdy, t'f -o.sc,e
part in bfa-
that wi!l d j well l.is
Jos., T. Reavtley spent several
s.y. las, week ,n Our city and v,., -
ed tsrisn the family of Myr Griffith
over bunuay. presence on oor
sireets tooaeo iiae oi j timn. v e
would'nt be surprised if be re-estab-
lishes himself in our midst.
Mrs. Mary Wilsey. formerly a
resident of this city, died at her
home in Bonanza, Ark., Monday,
and her remains were brought to
this city and burial made in Fair
view cemetery )esterday. Kev.
W. B. Chancellor preachirg the
funeral sermon at the Fresb)terian
L. llegnauer of the Prairie City
neighborhood was in our city last
Thursday looking after business mat
ters. lit is one cf our mott sub
stantial German Americans and hat
accomplished something in the
wot Id by bticgir.g up a family of
Ed. Royce who retnrned from a
huntiog trip down in Texas county
a few days ago, brought home with
him quite a load of malaria that
gave bim such a tired feeling be
had to take to his bed, and sub
mit to doctor stuff and good nurs
ing to keep from being seriously
sick. But Ed had a good time
svhi!T he was out.
Rev. King Stark is preaching at
the Christian Church and there were
several additions to ibe church Sun
day night. The cburch building
has been recently removed to its
new location corner Third and Wal
nut, neatly fitted up and made at
tractive in appearence inside and
ont. There are several churches,
not in Asia but around Prosrect
Park, and they ought to be able to
take the town.
First irebjtrian Cburch.
There will be preachirg service
next Sunday at II a. m. and 7:3c
Prayer meeting Thursday 7:30.
Sunday School at 9:43 a. m.
Juaior Endeavor at 3 p. m.
Senior Endeayor at 6:30 p. m.
W. B. Chancellor,
Walnut Street 91. C Cburch,
There will be preachirg at the
Walnut Street M. E. Church next
Sunday at It a. m.and 7 :30p.m. by "i
Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.
junior League at 2:30 p. m.
Epworth League at 6:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting Thursday 7:30.
Ciias. C. James, Pastor.
Oet the Beat. Get It Now.
Don't forget the fact th-t if you
went to the best reading matter
the country affords, at the lowest
price it can be printed by newpa-j
pers or magaoines, the place you
want to strike for is The Txibim
Our imvtluK cloed tlie mlddW of
tst W11I. There w a tjulte nn In-j
teivnt nnd nimh good done.
The n-aaon Walker tld noteoine.
thntugh frxm Butk-r lu n I.usy, be!
allot a IVaiitUt. Me thouctit be i
would rather come to KSrh Hill b;
rail. I tl.SuV Ik diit )utt riht lu '
m., lak.imanyehau with the U,K
fbirvuvx' url wtxuU ts tuy nine
calve. Mo Want cod oorw.
i. A. McIsuKhliu want to buy
noiiie ktoik ho nvs-raUi; I A ll. j
P. IS. Ward la allll ltnjrox Ir.ji '(
iome. 1 iK-re are lota ot toika In the '
ilt'liitdMirhovKl that could make liu-
irovvmenta In their homo it tiny
Mm. John llortiluuk arii-.J l.oiiie
from a pkauK.ut vllt in iivrtlt Mt
ourL t'lu'lt; Jolm U as 1 V aeol ;u n
tioy tu ooa li
P. M. WUxk-r nd fao KraukHn
arrlvtsl home all rlijUV with il- r
Jiietirrtva la walking tnwa on t!fe !
ntMvaw luh. Iteiuake a pod one
for ttie eiutiy and trvt tlte box
alright, t for oue, like to workh l
bli.i very Well, the onv tM.utJ' la
thojob,wlll at biiiij euourh.
T,Mby arv ou tlte- llailey tra t
You omjhl to fcav Ux-ti at hurvh
Sunday nb;ht. You wiuld base;
heard a ifoou tH-ruiou. 1
Jiiu KeUo w aa at lib h Hill S.m
il..i m.I milts, ji. fiw ail kM t'U.ivv
were then Saturday. j ---m
WUliKHlltW as rtt ..JQ I I0U51I I's III" PI: I vS
tM.!ty NUUcbllHS W Will lK-K'Ior, .v,,!,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,, ,, li.-.,tl ,r
II you woiry ) outsell swk oscr
sxbat you can't htlp, what slier. v'th
ill you have lr the things ). aun
1 I;,. I,.
1 '.i .
tin ! T l'.fm,. V 1 .1 I :
ir.4 tl ir e.'.l t5 ! k.
U ft- iVrr,a I t e-en. ,
1 " "1 9i'A
I l.wsif ria ! j'.t;t,a la Kif.H. ft!
ju l ,,T,W ,4 fu.n
; 15.., fr,,r cir j:r,
j j. J. r.,rr-,ti U
-tlitf. H" to -' " I 1
l.ti?ri it -rt-iu
t ti ling o n-
j It-tltd Af.d
J:;i. f't.-T n l!,-
ottn r, w t,i
v :r!Li:i s i'.ii Xlvt'-rn
A 'U'" r q -
thui.iuv, t,s.t rr:-r a!irty-l In i.
e:t rjlw !
"ii'.!ie vsei.t to
K-itrirlijr tl-'tt. i
ti tit i
't ft fcr.r : -, t.T-.'.t
.v(M mm-.i norm r-. it ai fjtt-i j
.ru k th- fc'zli ttr hu-l bad t t '
coioe l,;v:k h'.'tii'.'. (
If coal U a v.v- Li;! ti.U fail, i
t!i--ry U j !-rjt r (A It ft? vui. 1 br f -r j
eotrtn tra-1. If th" inrtsf-r haa't '
hi wint-r f'- it I LU own twili. ;
We have rifiti-l ia -T-rj,l ..;r ;
lately that the j.r-Mat A t .'"-1
tion.-d Irr-im;ak-r l"n; jn oir t5,.it '
to be !i!a iuid riti aij I tri?;. and to i
have no li'jw. 1 ,.- t tt tutwl
form thi (Kt.-r. We ur ftjraid '
mw of the '-rs wiU Xm t-hrorst-of
stvj" and not apju-ar sv U Jr--v-J.
Ye mrril? Tit t Ffr&x-f U
prv l.iuif Su)jl,(.y Lis'-.t bl t!r ;
lii"SifHi ehnr-h. W. B. V'U-r A
New Horn-, w.a iu the i uljit. It;
wvhim! like ol'J tiiifi. r li.vk.to
and Itt-nr tiiin, ft if in- l to
preach Around at tls tn ho! hxu- j
U-fore tle-re were aoy cbsirc!i-i Ja 1
Ihi community. i
I'neSe Ike Nt-at and I' n olearv!
hariiii- t!,elr luun n oairvd. J. K. 'i
lseJurtM-tt as boj. with Ia Kand.
llnrrr Bbtik bud Lu!ia .SLatkiand
asiiet;rij; nt laifc Ike's lat we.-k, i
they mad? sl,iusW Ry. Ia ILacd :
was fiven uji lj ! tiie fciV-t '
Uiiijili r of tli'-ui j)il. We bear tliat !
I'm k' Ike ha rbiuKis to Iurn, lolj
ones thouijU. i j
Mr. Kins K-l l a two-yeer-obl ;
mule to Jiuk Hi, ks last wi-k lor,
J. A. ISorron, Sr., went t'. Kanfa'
(.Tty hist wevk to m.-vt bl s-ls-f.-r. ;
Mrs. Iiark-y ot Ivnver. t'olorado.acd
Mr. Walker of London. Kn-laiid. (
Mr. Walker w.n no-o!U'.ini-J l-x ,
Iter bui-baud and daughter, and,
were ou tbeir way to i t. Worth, J
Texa. 1'rota tliere th.-y w;'I po :. ,
Italy ami Frasi-.-e and exjKt to:
reach their liojiie ia lxmdoa a'ut j
the ffr-t of iiext June. j
Say Cub d',1 you r; Sunday!
nltfUt lu Sprau-'.' We Ja'.:-.J to r-v- i
osoiie you. bill if you ktKsc u adj
didn't ay 'hello" we claiij aaotltc r '
How to Make Mouey.
i A?r.t ot
t'.-r kh.vjM tday 1
M.i r)t Ma'.ii.f.iitiiT.::- .... I
rvet, i 'i.i- a . J..r eu'.s at.d I
j arii ul.irs .'I rt.t r ir.iu 1- .!..e A1j:::-J
inuiti ard Vo-e u i' Ii your 11;; ::-
trrtve! 0:1 ir mi 1 t.'.'.ic l ;tli l-M 1 a.i-1
Ins or fluida.- far. I. KseryiKtv i
rdTH tlH'in. Salnj.R' tm' Jiloit'(
farda. j'otjiaid, 4'K-. 1 bi aw h'.id .
loOfar U rel.til e.t 7i 'tit. Vo
have only to .ituj l.- towvurv
an ordT. S. ti t4-v ;t oi.tef.ir in-.
and 1 eard or K-a.J i-v for .
card witliout c.-if-.
IS THC BCST
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ifiminf v:m v-r its! r. ;iif.
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trial ,i'.iniu v
the t.i.tu.ti t,wt o. u- I h
,1m : f .il.r,l I.- s.iu riH :l
iu t I!h w "ti l.
"i.;jv.x," 4M';.3 suwt, N.-.v Yvil.
l7cYi!I have our newmcatmarket h
open for business j
Thursday nonninc.ocT. 15,
when you vill find all kinds cf fresh 1
and salt meats, lard, etc, at prices Sj
that will be reasonable and risht- j
Vic respectfully solicit a share cf8
your patronage. f
niFFITII Grogery Go. 1
UMS' CAS!! GROCERY
VILL SELL YOU
1 i:. t-t Orasrular--J niaf ! -r
" fo"- fjaia- t;iJ " ,
Java l:if-ti-l t',??
13 S-p-rl (oi
" Irtiii riJ i t
s ' Lotu'nr f,ie
3 "' Bavy t-a
1 " jisV l-ao
3 l-t l- v ! rire
i " brvk.-a i
IVt ruwij ner I;. IV-t j-v lv 't "
It aj ro:. t 'i lr i'c Ikm i .n.
n i kit. .iarHl ecrraTit. Z-
Uk i-ks. evaj-orat-! ra.erTv . i
A car load of CRYSTAL FLOUR tt.Jt -.tl
tc-diy. We arc sebirjj at tie tolwir f riers:
Vi l.'rytL th !..-! 'A . t-n H i
- Hs Moroiu 5--ry to.. . X.'t
-t Uxi StaadarJ 1'aletit t--jr..- -
bi ' U-t brau t-jr ,
l'" !' -t iiort for '
l lo lrt tra iho; lor I '
S.-rlal rVv oa .V. lo !;.
We wast yoar pronto.
i JAMES' GASH GROCERY ;
t H. P. JAMES, - - Proprietor. J
Have You Been In
We are full to overflowing.
If this "Bis Store" was any
smaller we could not accom
modate our immense tall stock
of Dry Goods. Clothing. Shoes.
Ladies and Gent's Furnish
ings. Carpets, Cloaks, etc.
Bigger and Better than ever
is this "Great Trade Center."
A larger stock in each de
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