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title: 'The Rich Hill tribune. (Rich Hill, Mo.) 1903-1911, April 26, 1906, Image 5',
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YOU . . .
To Trade With Us.
You can find in our store
everything you need in
the way of Ladies' Fur
nishings, from Hat down
Our stock of Dress Goods
is more than complete.
Come in and look it
over. Wc are sure we
can please you.
We received this week a
nice line of white slip
pers. We have them in
Don't forget that every
S. L. AMES,
PHONE NO. 116.
I LOCAL UIUEFS. Tj
YV. ( ). Atkosoii came down from
Hutler xonday, on a business
Judge John Armstrong wont
to 1 tut it r Monday to attend coun
ty t mil t.
Jot- Winchi-ll spent Sunday
with Iiis parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. D. Winchell.
We l nvr h full liot of cult for
llo'e. Slock or Sale IiilU. lien
)ou went niiyil.irg of li'e kind call
at the I k i kcn k otlice.
Judging hy the crowd that
either around tri id, the "th
monger" is the most popular
man in this community..
Henry Shcppard went to Soda
li.i Monday to work for the Mis
souri lui!h- Co, Henry i get
ting ready to attend the state
university this fall.
V. K. Uoyco, o this city was
in the ".shake down', at San Jose
Cal., hut escaped with nothing
Diore tliau a gd "shake up,"
front which he son recovered.
I'lule Joint 1. I'oulUr, from
t 'arhou Center, was in the1 city
last Thursday, looking after hits
iuess matters. He is one of the
Mexican eteiiuiH that will tie
entitled to the increase of ion
hion when t)n hill now pending
in Congress becomes it law.
A tickling in the throat;
hoarseness at times; adeep
I'tc.ith irritates it; these
nrr features of a throjt
ccoph. They're cry de
ceptive ami a cough mix
ture won't cure them.
Ym want something thit
will hca! the inrUnuJ
nn.mhr.tncs, enrich the
blood a"d tunc up the
s stent . .'. .. .'.
is jut such a remedy.
It has wonderful healing
and nourishing power.
Removes the cause of
the tough and the whole
5 v stent is given new
jtrciith and vigor .. .',
scorr u mirsi:t chmn,
3Ioofjr to Lftwu.
I have a few thouind dollart
to loan on easy terms on good
farm property. (
II. P. Robinson.
II. 1. Jaim.'H and family ient '
Sunday w ith relatives- in Hutler. j
Hetul un the newa b
Uk-pliota t No. 0'.'.
Dr. Slater's dental ofiiee w ill
, , , , ,
be dosed hereafter on Monday I
j ij - s tut in u,v in- ou,
S. H. Cole and J. II. Ctxik have cessful department store adver
put down a new sidewalk in front ' Using men of todav.
of their property on maple tt.
Mrs. 1 4. M. Griffith spent Sun
day with her parents Marshal
and Mrs. J. T. Keavley at Nevada.
Mrs. Carl Stonebraker is visit
ing relatives down at Folsom,
Kan. Carl looks as sedate as a
John Morgan and wife, from
H. 1 D. No. 1, out near New
Home mines, were in the city
Hon. W. H. S. Gault was in
the city last Friday, interviewing
our rich merchants and laying in
supplies for spring work on the
M rs. Simon Loeb returned last
Friday from St. Louis, where
she spent several days with her
son who was undergoing medical
Mrs. J. V. Noland, of Eldorado
Springs attended church in this
city Sunday w ith her daughter,
Mrs. Rita burrows with whom
she is visiting.
'ajor J. N. Hradley is in New-
Orleans, attending the national
encampment of the confederate
reunion as representative of
Mannaduke camp of Hates Co.
Hon. F. K. Kellogg, formerly
collector of international revenue
in this district, has gone into
the real estate, loan and insur
ance business in Kansas City.
Mrs. Walter Cooper and chil
dren started for CofTey ville, Kan.
last Thursday, where Mr. Cooper
has M-curcd work, and where
they will make their home for
We have mute a lot of blank
Ailulaviu, Oil and Ga lease,
Farm leirt, Oith of Oilier, State
ments ot election rxprntr that we
will icll to those nrnling t.nnr,
low h can be gotten any where.
The iovva legislature has just
passed a bill putting the ltd on
Sunday theaters but refuse to
put the ban on Sunday baseball.
It would require the distorted
view of un Iowa "legislator to tee
the justice in this.
Mrs. W. T. Duvall arrived homo
from her visit to relat ives at Hat
tie Crtsk, Michigan, and Torre
Haute, Indiana, somewhat im
proved in health, ami while she
had a delightful trip nnd visit,
yet she is ulatl to get back to her
homo in Rich Hill. Wo doubt if
she saw any better man while she
was away, than W. T., or a more
comfortable home than her own.
W. T. has boon, hopping around-
proud as a boy with his titst pair
f rod top hoots over since berj
return, and has done little else'
but whistle and dance.
A few days ago Mr. Allen Rol
ser, of Carlton Center, while
working nt some m.uhinery
ultout an engine sit the mines
where he works, was struck on
the left side of the head just at
the upiier part of the ear, and
the U.ne crushed in so as t press
UiHn the brain. Drs. Delatnater
.... - .
on hat urtlav tterttirmetl tin
operat.on.and t.n.k out sex- ,lou uI lh, wvn.Uou. ,J,rt., ,m. far only two thto ha.eprov
eral pieces of Ihuk! and lvhevetl ,,y ui.,1 nklit. 1 xvi m.IvUsI tu Jen finally inert iihle. Many d
the pressure so as tt gixe the pr.nurv IKmu'i Kl.luty I'llU ut lUc ! the in are noxv sii, ri. oui!;r
wounded man great relief. While s-t IUuim. dru lt.r. After tak-1 4U1a woiiictt and ail i n. bet
Mr. Holser's call was rather ,"; xXuf flrl Uw ,K" 1 W"ikU ilmt . i.,.,,.;., xv ......
tl rlilwil 1 tMil f LiVt'al i III itVit tlkltt
i ..... . i .
l".1X fill llll I V 1-1 lO'l'X IIIIIV II'
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w.tl i.ita.ty its-oxer. me tit a
was ti very serious one and came
near ending a xahiable life. Mr.
tint) Holscr, otto if our ohl st.ltltcr
v-omrade and othuablo citizens,
Value ol Nrwapsper AdvertUIn
Mr. Orr, in hi address, at a
recent meeting of a convention of
advertisers, on retail advertising,
among other things:
Oni great fault with tlx; small
"tailer is that lie tUs not take
u'' f!,e "uhjwt f advertising as
seriously a lie Mtouki. .noilter
I fault with the country merchant
I iinrl tiiu fiK-urf wlnrr iy !oi f j.nrlor..
.,'. .'' ' i i
cy for not keeping at it regularly
... . ,ln ... . , t.
wt vhi fiiH ticiu Ltr tlni unit
First, the merchant must con
sider the advertising appropria
tion, w hich may be based upon
the annual amount of business
done, and I refer now in particu
lar to the country merchant
w hose business w ill average from
$10,000 to .'5,000 per annum.
Probably tq .! per cent of the
total business could be spent to
the advantage of any retailer for
advertising if followed out in a
systematic and persistant man
ner. Retail advertising from the big
department store down to the
country store is a sort of news
making, and much of it fittingly
belongs to the newspaper, and
right here, in conclusion, I want
lo say this for the country news
paper: If you have anything to
sell that commands trade outside
of your city, use the country
newspaper. In the country
newspaper you have a reliable
friend that tills its mission at
more family firesides than do
many of the metropolitan dailies.
Rev. W. W. Cate passed his bo
birthday last Saturday, April SI,
and a number of the members of
his church visited him with a
liberal donation of groceries.
Mr. R. S. Ferguson, son of C.
H Ferguson, was in the city last
Friday, attending to business
matters. He had a fine horse to
lie down and die in rather short
order some days ago and was
coin lulled to buy another team
before he could go on with his
farm work. Hut he gut the new
team, just the saute, one of the
best mule tvauis in the county.
Mlanourl Pacific Time Card
.SOUTH IIOCMt. ttT. I.OCIM 1MI i. C-
So. li Iravr 1:10 p tu.
.No. ,10 lA-iive i:.Vt p. id J
No. LtKi leavra ,. 5:H) n, m.
, W KMT IIOCMt. KT. KCOTT CK.NTItAL.
No. 4'!? leaven p. m.
No. 40'J Lcavtn O.iO a, ui.
No. "Jo1.) Arrlvoa :i:.Vj a. tu
No. 2u7 Arrive 1:10 p. tu.
No. 2n."i Arrive Uit p.m.
CJtHT IIOCMt, rr. hcott ci;tii.vi..
No. 414 Arrive r.':4"n. tu.
No. 410 Arrive .4." p. in.
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Hut nnturi nltvitj wtirim .volt
tlirouli tin- iii'lnt'.
Not Us lilt klillllV wrt'tloiiH
Sv if tin foltir U lltilleoltliv
If l!it-r are t't I liiiM or Htsliiiiciit.
l':iKi.at-n too frt'nitftit. hcauty,
It'ii ttui tltn to tis. Itoatt'ii KUI-li.-v
To ward oft HrUItt' tlls.-ae or
tll.llNt.K. l I
ltrtnH liax. ttom (crt-itt w
U H. Alniit, tariM-ut.T nn.l xx adroit
i.i.iK.r. t.xti.Kt.i u.t i,onti prt
"r 1:u1' uul- Mo "1 . !
Krt. t itunVivr trout tav Vi.ln.-t.
int ihiri Uiute ltkt ptlu tlirounlij
tl. .mall of n.r ti.uk. Sotat tlims.
xli.-ii Ijliur in tl..- w.iuM no
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itt.xutitt xxtilt tl.t Ms-iS'tltiim ivamst.
, tal .r,rty rxvotntiit-itd m.at,-.
Kl.litt-.v ftlU lo t.nxoi.c n. i,ss rf
" rvm.sl.v. hott. k s chihl or a f..!u !y , f
j r.H:... fe,? i K-l ,Hvple who w.,dd pivx.tl.
N , ..k u; in lor liu- Uluj's hotae for sue!;, xxtite hi;:!.,
xMlm.r iU naiiltfi.w.aBj I bo attend'
Subscribe for Tin. TiuiiVN v..
A li'y'jsi.- and i t for oh
VI n'.' in. At a barai n.
S. V.Caiiioun. f'Ijcrof Mrs. .1
IJ. Neptune ami M s. C. O. West
dioil at the home of Mrs. Nep
tune Sunday morning, aged 71.
The funeral w as in i 1 Monday af
ternoon, Rev. W. M. Chancellor
c-onducting the services. He
was buried in rt-e:i!aw n ceme
tery. tk K've our ei.lire edif-ritl
page this week to II. V. (icigcr,
The Family Outlitter, who tells
you some facts about merchan
dise you will learn no w here else
Mr. Geiger is a liberal advertis
er and rinds that it p.vys to let
the people of all classe, without
regard to their polities or relig
ion, or whether rich or ioor,
know what he has to fell, and
that he is ready and w illing to
meet all fair competition in trade
He will save you money when you
buy of him.
Messrs. Iob i' Bro. have sold
their land east of Rich Hill to a
Mr. Geo. D. Warnring. at a rairly
good margin over its cost. There
is about l,t) acre.s, nearly all
bofjuiu laniL and when thedr.un
age project goes through, if it
proves as successful as the pro
jectors hope, it will be one of the
most valuable pieces of property
in liates county. lLe purchaser
has had some experience with
drainage projects and c-.ixx'ts to
get his money back with u large
margin of increase in tne en-
Rev. H. S. Shangle, formerly
pa-stor. for two terms, of the M.
E. "Church South of this city
preached for his people here Sun
day. He was on his v,.v to the
General Conference of h is church
at Birmingham, Ala., where the
session begins this vre?k. Rev.
Shangle is a delegate t- th.e Gen -
oral conference from his district
inOreini. He lias liA-tt FresiJ -
ing Kldcr there for past
eight yc.it s. During his jocoud;
term as 1'astor here t!ie present
church building was ci-vcteiL He
was one of the most popular
pastrs the churi It ever had ant!
was alike soc iable and f i ieudly
n,.., ti... , .i,..i . i ;.
be tmiiie one's duty to care for ('?.
tluscltel house, grvunds. libra
rynd ithCi rrolcrty during a-' ''
cation. In't let things be-o:ne ' JX
dilapidatetl. It wiU U Weil to ft'2
have a couimittts' of girls who Kh
will make regular visits to the V.'?
house to see- that everything is y
kept in good condition o, the in
terttir, and a like committee of ij,7
boys to kis-'p the pltMuises iif
projvr coiulition. If the ground
is so arranged as to make it p.
sible, why not cuitivat" llowets,
or vegetables tl.eiv'.' IV. seme
thing with it to awaken an inter
est. Ict each fei-1 a personal
pride in the sehot-1 bn,-se .iid
j premises ami maUe it to.- iiea,;'. y
j spot of the cemienjii! v.
ReX. GS. A. (Ii lis s;., ;,! .;,!)
day uiitl vlo:;i,iV i:t tl: t ity rep
resettling tltt ct..i::is of tl,e Mis
souri Children's H i!,e S. ty in
our churches t Sut-tlav a:-l t
iour pts'pl. t.u MoiaI ay. H i is
worn js n- t oi lis. n-. i .nis
'' chat ity t l.en ! i:t re is no s:t It
iwork. In the last fevv y.-arsoxer
:;X hoiiie!es, ehii. h t :.!; . . t 1 -t-:i
furnished K.d .;;1, ;;rl uarv
f.-.A-l h i'VX I V
we. i k of
rox it; ;r.; a
: home for the ho;,., -i. Ti e
. children are taken ;;d a !.t
'found for them at; d the sv.m,i
. I I. kit V. till 1 i.' t ! . ' I 1 .-11..1- OM.t . .
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ts.tnt' grxxn. i.ex. t.ions
dtvss is ;;r.'".' CainpU !i m., k.h
! sa I'ity, Mo. ( .,i know a
Novcrij-.-f-.T' in -
s'. :i'f l..ues ,!.'t ;u ,
eja)jm,tit and f u ','...'. s f:
s ! W.'l:. ).). ".: j:
two yars aV..t s.i :.
have b"-:i ;.'!. t it Mi-
'v.lf'A fC.i.t.' s. 'J I. I.T.,
b; hpent thi yea r v...; !
ra !i fojr i...J.i '.iv
boards, tsne-.;r ':f'.r', n
';der proper ho,..;r.v, -and
v. nl.lAt'r.ir. T..-: S
jrintcndeiit h..s iv.-v:-iUcsts
school arcj:itv.t.' Ti.- :
need i:i vMuVf -tunt
building are strer.irt'i.
e::ce lzI coicf'Vrt. S :.
and neatness ccsti. -..
Excessive and unr'-:..;
tiCntutie'n are v; r.
Miss Gertrude Si.rr- '
gone on a visit to her ?;s.
1'red Renvden at If ., K
Rowden came over to
graduating exercies v.".
brother, Henry S!-; - ?.r
T.ie Cento-is in KU.j,
Music ;,l the Wa:n-t
E. Church to-niirht. j ;,
r 1 1...
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Lawn and Poultry
Ilainc Oil, I'ainti aaJ
UP-TO-DATE GROCERY DEPARTMENT.
FLOUR and FEED, qUEENSWAKE ar.J GARDEN SEED.
No coucerr, in Rich HI!' con
GEO. G. COOK.
Wtr, Real Estate. Farm
Flour Mills and
all kinds a
' . Merchandise Exchanged.
If )OU have ar.i:::!i I r ..Ic t rkl.ai.r, call JJ
Samr !iii tct. a I .t-.c i1. I umit aad will t-uj yea a
l uvrr t :;;tr iuy. C 'a!icv Kl vv.u.i.t, II
vou cetetu'platf im'ii! a !?ja, n;.'A aaJ get my t.uro
I ttvit p! jv.. .' t' C I.M-.
CONSHMfriOV. t'OUCHS. COLOS. aVOHCHtT.3
ASTHMA. SiTJC THROAT, H OA W if CS
DO r0T DCLAY
fc-mV "fri'iiw-; .11; I
.i :h it 1: m km it 2 i cr i.r.
ta.ua. K sf ft ti -.5 i- V'
cr "con " -it 01 cf t 1 ' s" 1
c ii x. : . -I 4 c 1 1- " -. i
Bnyvrirt v. -
! LINIMENT r:.c' u '.ii-;.'.
c IT IS THE O.V-Y CJUCM KtMtDlf THAT 4Vll.t.p
POill'UXLY CUSS W.hOOPINO COUCH AN J CNOUi. h
DCST fori CliJLDRCri
K'- ' M -stf, ..it. mi. 1-"
SAFE AID SUH
! Eolhrd Sncw Liniment Co.. St. Louis, Ho. ;
ha- just rsct:vri a Ltw In
of S'.ifft Ha'.?, ir.i we t i;t
titij liif s.-i Rich H.:J
Our Business cthods
P.el:.at:e an J tru.?t on'zj
price-. Ci.l is.i ie us i
V.'e lurrei out of
liit -ist't, t i: aire Jtl
L3 ii 0 f..fi
r.e.-v. Co. in i i eianize
our itock 1e:or yoa t-j.
Ztitikl 4 fcfcite.
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s: i l' j-i'r -.o
T;.v ;r:- - of !';...- xli u.- i-ii'
Raczes, L.tb V;:e. 1L,
eta Wire, Macliice O.h
give yea bt'.tet value
(ttli !st. PHuiio 71 .
Loans &z Insurance.
Portable Mills of
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Thrra Siiei, 25c. 50c. J1.C i I j
U la the bull
tali' uo i'!Ur.
Jed to as pre u.e'.l.y a ;Vle.