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title: 'The Rich Hill tribune. (Rich Hill, Mo.) 1903-1911, May 24, 1906, Image 5',
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warm weather toggery
you want now.
stOie is full of new
things for warm weather.
Summer Wash Fabrics, Sum
mer Hats, Summer Hosiery,
Summer Shoes, Summer Slip
pers, Summer Parasols, Sum
mer Gloves, etc. The list is
too Ion& to itemize. We
have the best line you ever
saw. Come in and let us
show you around.
See our new White Belts and
White Hand Bags. The
very latest things out.
Don't forget that every
RL M.N' A N'T DAY.
5. L. A MLS,
PHONE NO. 116.
Money tolARii. j I'.Tygaid attendod tbo
I have a few thousand dollars Democratic Judicial Convention,
The Denvioratit: Judicial Con"
vention wlii'.h met at Kxeelsior
to loan on easy terms on good at l'X'Isior Springs, this week. , Springs tl..J wt'.k nominated
II. P. Robinson.
Subscribe for Tin; TiaiifM;.
Neud iiM tlio new hj wire. Our
telephone I No. .":.'.
Mr. .las. A. Urown lias return
ed home from his trip north.
Miss Heulah Will It: r visited
rclutives In Nevada last Sunday.
Miss Mazzie Thomas is reiort-
ed quite ill Monday, but is get-
ting much bettor at this writing.
II. (I. Spraker (spent Sunday
with his family, and with his son
tieorgc, returned to Kansas Mon
day. Halstead lludelson, a hand
some young man from Kansas
City, is visiting friends in Kich
Hill tliis week.
Mrs. W. T. Marsh, Miss Ger
trude Marsh, Mrs. Geo. Davis,
Miss Georgia iind Master Gil
bert Davis drove up to Uutler
Sunday to cat birthday dinner
with Mrs. liobt. Johnson. They
Kain is bad'.v needed in this;
Luther l'iper. of Kansa
visited 1 ii iinefolks
J. D. Moore, A. D. Pontius, I,
N. Minton, W. J. Cox, J. K. Mar
tin, J. C. Lane, Leonard Black,
Kmmct McLaughlin, J. II. Hales
and Geo. V. Huckeby attended
t!ie Kepublican convention at
Hutler last Saturday, and wit
nessed the other fellows run the
convention. It wont off as usual
without a hitch or a kick any
Kev. Iluss, of the Haptist
Church, will preach the uiomor
ial sermon, next Sunday at 11
o.ciock at the Haptist church in
tliis city. All members of the
Grand Army of the Kepublie are
hereby requested to be present,
ami all other old soldiers are
hereby invited to attend. Come,
City, I comrades, one and all. 11. L.
several days ; Mc.Mcktkv.
Democratic candi dates an;
"making hay while the sun
shines" this week. Next Satur
day is the date of their primary.
Kev. K. II. Templeton and fani
ily departed yesterday for their
new home at Hoklvn. The very
best wishes of their many friends
Dr. Delamater's auto gave K.
II. Main's horse a dreadful fright
Monday afternoon, as he was
coming into town from Koute No.
Mr. Main and his horse Haw
the thing a coming and Main got
out his buggy and took the ani
mal by the bridle reins at his
head and thus prevented a seri
ous runaway. As it wa.s he had
only a broken buggy shaft and
harness. The auto passed on out
Gas Olandl wai hotting rJt
SO'Sit 7;c;t poUti plant. JoaI
Mrs. I!. J. La.our.v2 wa in
Kich Hill Saturday bnjlz'j aorce
I. li. lisrii was trading with
Kich IIvll merchants Monday.
Claude Woods was hauling
some torn, which he. had bought
of Geo. UxAi, Monday.
Cha.s. Beshure. oM one cf, LI
horses at Kich ILil Saturday, ar.i
j has bought another one of Evart
Fred Kamia,. is zhls V be
Judge A. M. Woodson of St.
Joseph, for th-j long term, and
Judge W. W. Graves of Uutler,
for the nhoit t.-rt.i, on the su
preme lx nch.
T. M. 'I i In f I) made .-i trip to IIutl'T
Mis Jaay Iav I. of Apol ton rlty,
dimd with Kich Hill friend Satur-
Mr AiiU Camplx-il visited rela
tive at Nyhart over Sunday.
Mr. C. Y.. Wbeath-y, of Karma
City, carat In on tin noon train
rsuu lay to vi-it nl iti e? aoJ fri.uJn. j around again after Laving bxn
Ye acribe wa lnvlt.l to help tat kud up f ir about a week with &a
guowat Mr, ;u (j Ncil'ii Sunday . attack of pneumonia,
ill honor of Mr. Neil ' birthday. I n-,
iu. Auoiiiiis was movie g
tosho-v tij t..t of the dry
vrea'-L'ir vre are La ting.
1'i.o-v I; r
IF. & PI. Hank Officers.
Tlie stockholders of the Far
mers A Manufacturers Hank,
met Monday and re-elected the
following officers to-wit:
W. W. Ferguson, Pres.
J. D. Moore, Vice Pres.
J. W. Jamisou, Cashier.
Winchell Jamison, Book keeper
The directors elected are W.
W. Ferguson, J. D. Moore, H.
Kirk, Geo. Templeton and John
house for sonie one over ia the
neasant Valley neighborhood
the latter part of last week.
We are needing a good raia
Former Kich Ullllan.
Mi Mag-it Kobin-ton visited rtl-i
ntivtn near Shole a. k-w day thU
Win. Wheatky was ia tow n Saturday.
Win. Coh land 1 driliins lor coal around in this part of the coui
on two Mci-iugiiiiu farm south uf lryi everything ia beginnii:
Thin dry weather Is j-a'ttiug to be a I
Herious projo.itioii. Gardens and
crop are losiug color and straw
berries ure drylns up.
IVrt and )mer Dark rturnv1
from wcfteru Kitnaj Sunday. They
report everything on a boom out
then and everybody enjoying prosperity.
j tVhiU the miners were at wirk li
j tlit Lou !er Jones coal works Fri
day, they broke through into the
ol i works Iettius '.n a large amount
o( Vvh.-it l termed white damp. Sev
eral f the boys were overcome, Vut
tlie wcirst were a young man named
Wilson and Ernest Shepherd At
Mr. CImJ-s. Harrow s ar.d j
Hane IIb"n.v.n Jr. ar. l ir.'.r,
Frank Cccdi ar.d Uu.:.j t.r. 1
J'is Ardetj Iliif'.r m-r.i
S-J od J w it!i VT. V.. V. 3 rv " - an -1
wife r.-ar Vi'-r'.'.'.n. I'.t"-Miv.-4
S:!:r.a G.acli and Ar!. :
s.'yed t. i; r. 1 -cr
) In thr country.
Mioari Paclfie Time Canl.
So. yl J-Atn 1 ! V- c'-
5o. TA Lerw " p. n-
Ko. Zf. LeATe ".. n.
m ur hot , FT. irrrT tltTK.ii-
No. t77 Les vin 1 p--
So. ti Lc4v '.-i a-1
No. ? "9 Arrirtm . r
No. 2;T Arrive J :l p. n.
No. 2WArriT p.u.
kt torsi, it. t:oT7 cr.'.-r it,.
No. i"4 Arrtvt !- i" a. z.
No. 4i'J.ArrlTr . 3 iT. p.
K- A. LiH-tT, AZ.
O. Li. Fouts and son Roy left
Tuesdav for Siloam Snrinirs.
Ark., to be with Mr. Fouts fath-11'""1 'l were recovering ex
er, J. H. Fouts, who is danger
ously ill. It is feared he has
uaralysis of the brain. Richards
Mr. J. II. Fouts was formerly
a hardware merchant of this city
on south Oth street and will be
remembered by many of our cit
izens as successor to the Whit
cept young WiNon who is Hill in a
! Uo you win to increase the
Dr. Nh.t.-r's dental ofiico will j fertility of your land and at the
le clo-i-d hereafter on Monday , amo time get a big paying crop
and Tuc-l.iy. jof hay and Neetly If you do, ..uv
I ytr i .... .e . ...
l.inon nnd litt o 14 1,i,4t ,i" 44 "'i'-
Mr. I. F. K-
Duller f ! iellU.
Mi.s Amelia l'orr r U iiting
her si-'.er. Mrs. I vis fair, at
Th bu-iness man or politician
who ihs s not tell the truth,
cheats; and for the cheat we
nhotil l have no use in any walk
of life. K.-osi'vclt.
Gramlma Waller, who b;'-
pent the w niter w ilh a daughter
in the Indian Ty., arrived in this
city on a isil to the family oj
her son, .1. W. Waller.
Victoria ('.inn', Koyal Neigh
Ik, is of Aioei-i. ,i. are preparing
to h.t'e a I Hoe ,.t their n gu
l.i r iue ting n t Monday night.
They have tne or six candidates
to iniliatt. aiul will also enter,
tain some visit ir.g Koyal Neighbors.
' KsC. '
porwill and New Kra at lower
prices than they have ever been
! offered for before. Write State
Kxperiment Station at Columbia,
for particulars. People's Eleva
tor Co. tjt
At the last regular meeting of
General Canbv Post No. Id, G. A.
K. Comrades Cole, Vonl'rdmans
dorf and Huckeby were apiH-int-ed
a committee to arrange w ilh
irinister to preach a memorial
p-emion on Sunday May -7th.
Other comrades were designated
us a committee to rind and mark
graves of deceased soldiers in
the cemetery near this city for
tin purS'ses of the memorial
!. II I 1 1 1 V I 'I I 1 1, -si I.I V 1 .1 ' . . t
It v.i:. ordered t!:at y- meet at
G. A. K. bui i.il lot ia Gin nlavvn
lemeterv ut Id a. m. for the cere
mony of decorating the graves of
Isaac lSullock, Kich Hill's liiM
city clerk, died May 10th at his
home in the city of New Albany,
Indiana, at the age of 7- years.
Hut fevvof our jnople will remcm
ber him. He was one of our first
settlers and while hero acting as t
city clerk was taken sick and tin-
ally was compelled to return to
New Albany. Ho boarded for a
long time at the F.aglclon House
and was sick there several weeks
Mr and Mrs (."has. Manjuardt
whs visiting at Mrs. lloeicrs' Sun-
da v evening
! Fanners are needing n iii'i gvutle
riin to soak the clods. One tanner
j lias only ten neres to plant in coru.
I find hadn't tip to a few days ngo
'gotten tlie ground in shajv for
Mrs F. IVii.-ih-t and Mis tluru
developed during the past few , Sevling. r ei pleas.mt callers at
wceks in St. Clair and other jMr; 'vat Sunday eve
tlie sixth "('f'Sn'i iDiifnr m tue nines oi
i. us Hill, oj sprague.
Wonder if I'en Kand v ill invite
iitrt tieii li 1 m trs to the eiit t iir.-.hln.'.
as the nominee of the KL-h Hill j h;iS :- e:lt- h.lu1.
convention to succivd Hon. D. A. i;..,v,lluil., Watson w as driving
DeArmond. Mr. Iiwton, how- through our burg Sunday with it
ever, has not us vet arrived at a ' nU-e looking young lady. Kay was
Law ton for Couffren.
Quite a strong sentiment has
counties comprising tin
congressional district in favor of
Wallace W, Law ton. of Osceola!
for tals.' wid t3v
ox3 momaf -
.re cow "
C'iL'J lit I .t:( t
teste whf n some
end purse-sore, they
:epent at leisure what
they purchased in
ha.ste. Comfort and
quality are worth hunting for, but
It'aa short cry to a Crossett shoe and
there they tvre,
"MAKES LIFE'S VALK EASY
rcin of k rrt
tfrrx. win vmd -n rt
LEWIS A. CROSSETT. Ine KORTH ABLNGTON. MASS.
We are Agents for Tbese farnaas Shoes.
division in the matter, eonse - driving that new Hoi - he na lauiy
uuentlv it is iui-Mssible at this l"ir'!ii,sMl-
. V I : ri . il I. I .Si M If.. Mill l'f.
time to sav as t whether or not . . . ... i
... . .. th iliiagiitcr, ol tin -w llonio luiiif
the delegation irom tins county vbuM (ll w M. w iM J,tK v
will have the pleasure of present-! IM.,KLi,r 1(v, Lnv
ing his name to tlie convention. iioohing i li ok and liuoi iuiiie fim-jj
Wallace Iawton is a self-made ' lisli tin rant wwk. l liai,k tor '-jS
young man of whom the ihsiiU niciuin iiiig u.
of the countvare justlv pnnid. ' Mr- -"t vt,on.:r
He is well known throughout the SV-lNvr,rv voU",y: "'T"', T'"';'5 ?
.. ,, ,, . I day tin- I si l is k wlthliln d.mii-
district for his true blue hepub t,.,. .MrK. n, i:;n,d. n turning Ikhiu . f
i- ... 1.: i .. ' l . iti.1 ! in. iriiiii-- r
licaiusiii, nigu inoi-ii i nai hi ut, : ,
. . . ....I ..i.:i:... I W l.vn.-h i if IV-i.-. n!l.n T
SI III IUM'1'IIIV llllll Hll 1 l 11
mahe an aide, i lean and
1 1 M r. Lav. ton ConcUldi S to al I ha hi i-.ntii. out .old Is a u;il i-'
low tho use id his name in that 1 ;; '"u now with uiiu, t l't.ux:
... . m . . I it it. V i
euniurlitui no will u;ivo w suiil t . w
Tor Vcur Protection
wo plan tli'.i Ii!hI on firry
(uickagc f Sfott'a l'muMou.
'I'ho man " tlha lhon liU back
U our tiadi'-matl.. Hiul tt ti n
giiatiuil.v that S.itt' 1-oinl-t.oii
villi do nil that n claimed
for it. .Nothing U tter tor lung,
throat or bronchial troubh x til
liitaut or adult. Scot fa r.niiil
hi..u Itoimof the mvat.M Ibfli
builders know u to the medical
w il hi.
SCOTT t EC'A'hEi ""ilVWil"
)ilit to l . VV . l.yncli., ot IV'.-H valley. ?
uin'ii'n uiiity. w.i i ircutiitiiig
winning iU(ijl, ()!it ( .iri.,i .
bi. li Mil! I. i-l -. k. I', i. t, !U u. h, r
supMrt of his home delegation.
Appleton City Journal.
Mr. l. t .e.d, y audi oiurado U l!s..u
o! buh iliii, wti.t l 1 I. . '..j'.i,
U.in.is. 'ii baaii..K- !.ol v.i-k.
j I'hey r oi t ii good tll.ie, crv lnwr
jireated tM'tlor any win tv. l hey.ay
Drlay Ha lttit Otintrr ron lit
liotherlhtthlngHttherlghttluif. ialia.wt rv.-ry man th.-y l ,et wa a
Act -Uli. klv ill tiuies of d.lturr. ! Uepublieuli. 'I hey think rie.i-. nHoU
Hat kaelu i kldm-y d.oig r.
Iioan'ri Kidney pill act ipikkly.
I'uri nil illtreing, dangerous ' i corn to U- 'iiite i oi rr ;u a bad
Plenty ot t hlfiuv to prove thin.
T. V. Itackel. of Wi.l Pine M
a Mcv plan, it Hat bttle i!v.
I V ii.i'd rain la th.s s.- ; im. l.is
Mr. Hullock was a man of many ' l'"tler. Wo.. nay: ! consider Joau,llt
crust formed over the roit and tU1
tcorii could not iHie u:
i Jas. P.obiaMin'oi it t'e in oa til
Stock and Poultry Supplies
of Geo. H. Lee Co., Omaha. Neb.
Lee's Lice Killer.
Sure death to all verm In on poultry, hogs, and all
domestic animals, or your monT refunded.
f cr the ictettr.o cf -itcik fjecs :ti i-l rr.i
quitas, also hce, raitei, screw, w;:z:s, h.,:c sr.i
blow Cies. Cui-ir.tee4 to t?! wt c?i:s:.
Leo's drtoiic Din.
izi scats. Nocufc no vmv.
i'l l I H M
e k f
excillent ipialities. He was Hi
man of sterling intt grity, decid !
ed principles, a good neighlair ' noymue.
Kldnev Pill to U the
1. . 111......
.? , V . Mr- J'"' H'1"' u l'l-i""'g "i" " !
.M7 m.uiimi. ; , ,1V. , ,,,, ......
can M-u me mm a Miiternig aim nil-
reimslv 1 havo tried.
Johnny Man h a out limiting ni ' fj
poll tii is-oph the other day. We T
told li i HI vi e i a too old to w t' k I'll
I he roads io he viciit on and let u
Mr. Id I rabb ti a out to mv
al'oul voting lor him. XVelol l hlui
I had l 1'ik.s the Mt-n--
and ti faithful friend. We Knew j tlon o often thai It w a a i-ontin-him
from the i lose of the war to i 'd embarra-ment. Then wa a
. .. , , . i .i ii rr 1 deertu.ing lanielu-M lu my Imikaud
the time of his death. His life ', , . . , , . ,
I made everv movemeiit painful, while
was a continual ht niggle and war .u.u,,,.. ,.f,ln nnd tlfli, lu the
fare but he was always cheerful rusk accompanied th. other londi.
and hopeful. The puhlic, itjtbum. loau Kidney Pi!U hair ; our hair ti as too b!. k
seemed to us, never appreciated ! ""' ' " k'oing to
. . i i i . .1 . take llielil unui iermaiieiiiiy cnnsi.
his worth or accorded him the .... . , , , ,
I'li'iit v Hum orool like tliiti from
consideration his real merits de .... ,, ,,, ,..,.,1,. , n!i ,,, ,i. ,,lh.r,.
served. He was iniKlest tnul re i Hoiim drug uton and tttk what
tiring in his manner and address their iitomem rvtri.
Leos Ess Maker.
We Cutrantee that do matter what you are feed
ing, and regardless of the number of eggs you are
getting at the present time, if lee's E&g Maker
added to your daily ration made a portion of
that the increased yield resulting
more than pay the cost cf the Egg
extsa labor ie;uired, and loo per
Maker, cost of
tent proSt ou
but was a most excellent man in
all the domestic relations of life.
l or aU' ty all deU-r. Prhv. AO
cent pokler-Milbiirti Co., Poirt.ilo,
v v M.a. .i-itiiiM for flu i iiit.t
He left turviv ing a .son and duugU-' st,kte.
tcr who live in Louisville, Ivy, iumucuiUt the uawc Do4tt't ud
and Now Albany, lnd, tuV-no nthr.
Mr tirUgw ha f.. n- of coru
Mr. A vein 1 11 olkllig hiNCO.it. tte,
U klopplng moieis n they p.tw t'V
an.l hit lug them. Tv .i;i n iciiriv
lion on ms-ouiit of (iirui uotk. '5
W e think then w td U n nollm,;
lu tint m lgUlioi hooxl o.ii. ' (ft
Mit. Iuua tinges via visiilng
her .sti r, Mr. l.vhiaou, last w k.
Leo's Stock Food & Conditioner.
Guaranteed as represented.
Flour and Feed.
Standard Talent, 90 Hih Patent, . 95c
Clobe, - 1.00 Crystal, - - 1.Q0
P. an, - - 90c Shorts, . 1.00