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title: 'The Rich Hill tribune. (Rich Hill, Mo.) 1903-1911, October 11, 1906, Image 5',
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You can supply 3
your every want 3
in the way of new j
and stylish goods. 3
We have all the 3
new things in
dress goods, suit
Have you noticed 3
our display of 3
good warm 3
r Prices range from 3 i
85c per pair up.
Our millinery de- 3
partment is full of 5
new things also, 3
You can't miss it
if you trade at
S, L AMES.
PHONE SO. 116.
Subscribe for Tm: Tkiulnk.
Wo haw joNt received a line,
lisi" of ( u't'nsw a 10 and (Hard
ware. Kirk's do. Co. Oll -in
Mr, .las. Vaher, of Nevada,:
visited her parents, r. and Mrs.;
W. T. H.igir over Sunday, re-;
turniiJL; hon.o Monday, i
fioo. W. lu!lt r and tJeo. Med-
ley were in too city laist Satur
U,iy nti'l n:rt w;i!i their t m com-:
rados in the G. A. II. Post. 'good work go tin.
R. 3 iri-rlt, liobt. Jtunui ji,nColea miner at the New
and Win. Chapman have eat liput j,, m lniIK.s f0 tiow n a shaft
in good substantial brick side-; sume 7;, f(H.t nnj was instantiy
walks in front of their business ' ki,oJ j Jis n.nmin;, were bi-o'tgi
lIOl ll. Oil 1 ..111 .VI.UV, Ol
Burns and family, of Tif-
... and Mrs. J. C. Cross-
fin, Mo,, ati'l .Mrs
whit', tif y.issiu. Mo., spout
(Sunday w itli the. r parent;, U,. i
uptl Mrs. T. S. Burns, returning'
W. (I. TurU, who purt based
t sown acre it vi-ntly held by
1 r. Marshall, has concluded not
to farm it himst lf. but has sold it 1
the fanning m l r't sprinjr,
The in;cff.iry paper
In-to tho nomination of the io-; Ki,,.lt.v ,'.llu ,,,,,, .rn tllH
publican candidates for tlie,tiii4 tiuuifut U tru tu rvry
county oluces, has been duly ' partli ulnr:
tiled in the County Cl. rk's ofiice; - l Auiln. r.lu.ir of Itau- fo..
by tho Chairman and Secretary !l"t,,,r1J- ,,u,1.',r' 1 wn
boru 111 iiorllKTii VUUi, Imt ra 1110 to
of the Republican county con- MiMll(lI, H,Jolll 41 ak.(,. Tll0
Ventiou. j lunutT I Uuw iK alt with Hiul tiuK-r-
, , ,, , J Moo.l (tin MUfiHirlaiif, tin more I
iiie uiann .imj 1 ot, jasi
Saturday afternoii, had a gtHdly
number present. Tho davlight 1
meelingssoc.itouHivow irh t;o
boys b. ttur. Their next l,ovt, I
) ' , , ,. , ,
Jnii will bo held on haturday,
ov oru, at it ti cltKic ). in.
Their regular tuinual bean sup
per will probably occur about
Nov. 15 or the week following.
The largo hay barn of Buford
Duvall, just west of Butler, con
taining about -0 t ns of new hay
was totally destroyed by tire last
hursday evening. Besides tho
hii.V, t,he bayn coioained mcr ikM
bushels of cat-., t orn, farm im
ji'.umoiits and a bloodt-d draft iolt,
a total loss, partially covered
by Ina'iranio. Tlio lire j sup
ju ed to hivo been the icu!t vt
Jioney to Loaa. .
I have k few thousand dollar!
II. P. Robinson.
Road tho Tkjhcne. $1.00.
Semi 11 n i he nptva bj wire. Our
telephone U No. ,2.
Dr. Slater's dental ofhce will
bo closed hereafter on Monday
'file Bates county Fair at But
lor in in full swing and great
crow ds arti In attendance each
II. Vail lias put down about 73
feet f good bric'.r sidewaik in
front of his residence property
on east Park Avon ue.
Hugh Burns, of Kansas City,
:came down Saturday and re
juiained over Sunday with his
: oaionts. Mr. and Mm. T. R
Burns, and other friends.
Use best heating stoves made
are tho German Heater and the
original Ode's Hot Blast. For
stoves go to Kirks' Hardware
Jkn. H. Wincheli, 6f Chicago,
3 j who was In the city to attend the
3 1 1 funeral of his father, Dr. II. K.
5 j Wincheil, returned to Ids home
: last Friday.
3 J R W. Barton, the hustling Re
r publican candidate for county
V clerk, was in the tity Monday
' and Tuesday, tdiakjnjj han-l with
3 ; tlit? pOoply.
4 ; Kd Phillips, Will Huttanus and
3iluis Vodry are in St. Louis.
.representing the Knights of
j Pythias lodges of this city in the
State (Jrand Idgo in sesssion
i in that city.
I .1 T. playback, of Schell City,
jis over visiting his brother-in-jlaw,
Ie McManus Ho holds an
! official position under Warden
Hall at Jefferson City. While
hero ho has invested in u good
piece of reaj Cstiilo,
Tit letter ttay Saints am hav
ing quite an extended he! h s of
meetings at thtjr clmrrli on tho
r.ldi r White has been
1 rl I t l.o lo-'t )t r.n tin tti 10.
.bmblini? of tb.-ir ililli.-.nri n.nt
I MiV lt:lvO ti.'ll rtlllTA il-T I ri.ni-
f,,r several days past
l( lll b-JJJ fvjiowexi
j by a largo concourse of sorrow-
lm'w aml. l1 their unfor-
Mllll ll.V IL.l.tlt tJ,t
r o.i mi rir-iic good
!T,,I Y'M InUrt Mry Krt-
deut of ltlcli II 111.
You can rvutllly vt-rlfy tho follow
l""-tl. uUri.. for the Kvutltuint)
tlH'in W! v.;ny oti
I I'Ii'iimm to nntt r ony titipili U-k ly
j liuill. If J 011 utiftor from ilUordt-r ttf
: tli' kUr.rv tir I't.i.lvb-r liinl tlc.lrt to
. 1 i.i.,, ,.i.,.,lt i,..,,..-
aamlru tu.tll. 1 , .w u,e l-l.-t !
J.iarnalint tu comlutiou MervUv In !
tW nttt. ot Miouri i hut' ' Imd
tr.ml'.l.s wUU iiy kM.u-y-.
nioiv pnrtitulailv hi my Vihh-. I
,,,,,.1,.,.. . irul,,.. lirt,isj Ilir
1 liny b.ru tn-utitl for tlitM tllttt-
vultlfH, but Uuly 1 trU-J iHxui'a j
Kl in.y rilU nn.l tht-y Imvo nlvt-u me '
I'okii ' w n in i. i iiuvi' no iit-Hiiitiioii
. i.i 11 i i . . .... i
In riH'oitinii'iidlng thoui to auffort-r
from rln-iiui Jit le luilim or olinT IIU
attrltnitod to tlu Inaction of tlit '
Willi. ) . My p ut rul liruUu liaa cupies s ro,;r li ut the build
btrn nmth lM tt. rln I u . tl.t ui ' n',r bis oSce is, as a rvi
I tun do moiv work uii't ft 1 tttttr,, i . ,
In tiiMitytvhva ' po.nce. Mrs. lk was ysmg a
rii 1. 1 v v,io iprooi w. tta trt.m patent sad inm with a gasoline
lilt U Hill iK-opK-. all itt the Ojx-rH V. . ... , , .
linn m.iw Mini k vvlutt iiit-lrviia. attachment lu her Ironing- work,
ton.! r iv,.n. She aat the Iron down for a m-
F..raall.y all deufc-r.. ITU. 60 U(0nt B,u, yshi!o fclltf Wla
tviiU. t oti r-.M(anins i'w, linrf.tltt, ,, . , , , ... .
S. V...ofc, ftK,uta lor iU tuii tj'O tlnug expUled wuh terr.rtc
iml,, forvv iirni came near musing a
Ki'iiiKiuU-r tti iiuit IXMtu'a au-4 ft-i'ioua destruction vt pA'perly.
Uriah Aycr rcturnod from hi,
'trip south last Saturday
J. W. (iench, from the country
east of tho river, v as In tlx; city
Harry Bousfleld addressed a
large crowd ot the Miners hall
last Friday night.
Mrs. II. Iioeb left Monday for
h visit of a couple of weeks with
relatives at Columbia.
Claud Weathers, son of J. T.
was in the city over Sunday
shaking hands with old time
J. D. Burns from the vicinity
just north of Hume w as in the
city last Saturday and renewed
his subscription to the TwurNE.
Mrs. Thalia Garland, who was
called here by the sickness and
death of her father. Dr. U- R.
Winchell, returned to her home
at Moftit, Colo., last Saturday.
Mr. Adams, of Pleasant Gap
township was in the city Thurs
day with a load of produce for
which he got Republican prices
on a Republican market the re
sult of Republican policies.
J. W. IJaker attended the fu
neral of Mrs. Hart, mother of
Mrs. Baker, at Butler Monday.
Mrs. Hart was 79 years old, and
was a pioneer settler of Bates
county. She was buried in Rog
ers cemetery in Pleasant (jap.
(I C, Jennings wife and two
children were In the city last
Saturday shopping and on a
short visit to friends. They
stopped at our hou.se and left us
a sample of pie fruit so we could
have our own pies whether we
get any at the pie counter or Rot,
TL.0. lioyal Neighbors had an
other jtoihI time last Mondav
night. Those not present missel
a treat. After their regular meet-!
ingandthe rendering of a.hurtivn oth and Wh StreeU U mui-
impromptu pyV-HV. tlJ' ad
jornet to. llickey' where" tl,ey
we -e served with ice treat, hot
tamalas, chili, etc
liowtil, nl tli liattU if AuHterllfi,
he win tli n,itt I-ikIit la tb
worltl. It.-iSliirtl'M Snow Lliilincut
lll.M kluiU'll ft... ....I.lt I. I. .1. . . .
.liiliii-iit In tlH W(irll. A iiuk k inir
for lUa-tpti'UiKju. hpnini-. liunin,
i;tait b'i A. t'. I'll 1. Kh!ckk)i j(.,
: "I Ui ltjlljirl'a .Siuitv l.lnl-iix-iit
In my family niut nn.l it uiu-x-ci'lktl
for hoitv ti.-t. Iicuilaclif, ctrn.
In fuct for MtiyUiliii; tliat cun I:
rvaclitsl by u liuliut'iit."
Sol-1 by lH:rV UlUyf htoiv.
Tlie assessed valuation of Ver
non county for taxation this yeny
rtr nil property IwikoobI,
niUliicd Hither with mer-
ct.ant and railmol assessment !
foots un i10.raH.Uo. The mm..f
bor of acres is .'-.1Mi,v and I ho
V''H V'M nuinbrr t,o.H. xiio
mount of taxes to be collected
is $lltViyj.:j, greater than the
amounjt of last years coj lection
John T. Birdseye tmo of tho
best, and one of the best known
meu in Yemen county, died at
his home In Nevada, Tuesday,
Oct. -nd., aged 7 years. He
settled in Nevada soon after the
close of the war and has been a
prominent citizen there for about
40 years. He was a member of
the bar and has all these years
been engaged in the Lvw, Real
Estate and Insurance business
and acquired quite, c.t,'myUet.,y
; w n ,uuu,m '
!'y Circles and well beloved Ly
., . .
1 here came near being one less
real estate otiice in Rich Hill,
Tuesday morning. A gasoiino
explosion demolished the nlat
glass window in the front of the
the well known real estate o trice
ei Cte.i. (I. Cook
City Council lroe.dlr..
City Council iix t in regular
session, Mayor H. W
Roll call disclosed tho absence
of Alderman htonebrafcer.
Minutes of the last regular
meeting were read and approved.
Communication from R. K.
jonn.-Min in regard to cLum w.i
read nnrt ordered t:!exl
II. Rheinhcimer acknowledged
in writing the acepptance of the
teiei)lione franchise granted him
at the last meeting of the council.
The Council was in receipt of
resolutions from the trustees of
the Walnut St., M. E. Church to
the effect that they were unable
to share the expense in Stagner
Communication from County
Sheriff M. B. Morris in regard
to claim was filed for investiga
tion. Street and Alley Committee
recommended that two brick
crossings be built on .'Id and
Olive streets. Same was order,
ed on condition that private sub
scription promised be collected.
Board of Health rejorted the
unhealthy condition of alley in
block Ts, original town, and in
structed the Marshal to have
those aiding adjacent to clean
up, also reported the stringent
condition of Mrs. Hedges and ap
proved of limited assistance.
Street Commissioner Instruct
ed to purchase needed lumber
for culverts in cemetery and
have them constructed.
The following city officers tiled
their reports fur September:
City Collect City Marshal, Po
h'ce Judge, City Impounder, St.
Uuinujissioner and City Clerk.
Ordinance No. U04 was read!.
and Pased in regular rrK whh -
lout a dissenting r..i .n... .
the eS-M tUatcertain sidewalk,
den,nexUna thwn out by thei'PlWren Tl hlth1f and,d
St rwt tViinmissioner,
Water, Gas and Eectric Light !
Committee reported that coal
contracts ie not cIos,sJ until!
later. Committee was continued
Bills U) the amount of TTo.Uj
Claim of H. M. IWth as to
pauper Interment referred to the
Committee on Claims.
There being no further busi
ness by motion li'rd adjourned.
H. W. Lancastkk, Mayor.
J. Ku. Jo.Nts, Clerk.
il. A. It Special Metlor.
A fcixsc'ial sessitn of (Jen. Can
hy lost No. 10 C. A. R. is hend.v
I .... H .1 .
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b,tt urda-V Hftern.K.n U t. t ;
4l,r ousmess 01 imi..r
A full Rtteiidautt" is de
ll. L McMurtry, P. C.
J. YA Jones spent Sunday
afternoon in Nevada.
Mrs. Sallie Kichelberr of
Marshall, Mo. is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. T. V. Ted ford.
U. S. tt. Prowell returned Mon "
day from the Annu.d Conference
of the U. B. Church held at Ray-
Mrs. Gustie Pearsin and little'
bon, Rarl, returmd last Friday
from their visit to Kansas City;
Clm. V Mvi-j-n and wife
ul Kansas Cty, were in the city ;
Wednesday visiting relatives and !
Rev. S. 11. Yeater has boon ap
pointed itasttr of the I'niWxl:
Brethren Chunh in tliis citv and
wi'l take charge within a week
or ten days, lb' is said to be an
. lu.u rutin eiust tlf fho
river, was in the city Wednesday
V hv Ids mother, Mrs. J. C.
ne win is still tpiilo m k from
the tffovt of a run a w ay accidci.t
aowral wwks gs
V hjivt pote a lot of tUk
Alii.Utm. U.I and lrir,
Faun lr, Ut)i of Odice, bite
lomii ol tlciiion enpcite that we
will la un ticfii.ti ir.e, ai
A Moat Worthy Art iel
WVnaa nc t--n .,n i?v
! ,,,,,rk'1 jrn ni g iirv frV-rt.I.
It In wt; to ea! thU
wort by oi: Ki-U U
I'wCUrJ'a ll..rh aii I Kjnjp. It
ImwH1t.It eurnco'iz. an ) TvL
ttMKnry lvm-nrm dry. ,4 fK"U-t
known jnrttKriU In llo'iW. AU.,
ny; T fir? j-rm tn J family has
""t lu trtxiUi.- nllU tf winter
If ....... I U . - . L . .
' mr ci,ii Jrn fr..r.. .v
Vim. Corastock !.
On Monday of last week our
pi )ie were Marprised to bear
that Win. Comstock was rjuite
sick w ith chances agsinst his re
covery. He continued to grow
worse until Tliursday riioniinir,
c.Vt. 4th, wlf'n he died in th
year of his age. He leave a wife
but no children. Tins members
of bis family generally reside in
the cast. He waj tme of the
pioneer citizens of Rich Hiil who
came to the city with money and
by judicious investments and
careful management added to his
holdings so that he died well fix
ed as to earthly issesions and
lived comfortable all his life here
His funeral was 'conducted from
home by Rev-. W. B. Chancellor
of the Presbyterian Church and
the body laid to rest in Green j
law n cemetery.
Miss Lizzie Cooper wlio lived
out near Foster died rather sud
denly Sunday afternoon. Oa
Monday Dr. W. IL Allen was
notirjed to go out and hold an in-'
juest, as there were Mime indi
cations of an unnatural death.
The inquest was held Tuesday
morning and a verdict returned
tnaica.utijj suicide. Mlie young
! 1 17 f ld.
! n,aM,n ' known khe
- J7, W" Sh-
u.o au.,ltMluj ,n
(assessment due the Burial As-
y afternoon at
j two o'clock she w as dead. She
i w as buried Tuesday afternoon at
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THE CHILCRCN-S FAVORITE TGKIC.
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Baiiard-Snow Liniment Co
T, LOVI. MO.
Opr Hrnc Hlmrm
t Vanity Against
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AJl CXfiTEOUfT CUt2
mn wta r tay wla tm4i
at tfftl m tky is
tkry r Mai iSmlI y.
TVlr ttyU, tbir rat
tWir Cv r yt lam ikm br
ta fc-rtt 4imr aa4 cartrrs
Ta fabrics ar all vei
vary tlaa tkarwakly
kraal, a4 rfy tlatail aa.
tka wit cartfal wtflaimkiy
aai arUsUta frn start t
AH ta yyalar jiitem
&a4 inth ar taaira La tk
awv aaaaas't auvrtauau
W iti claim 4
cltlm CLOTH CIXTT UteU
act aatltfactory Um f Kr'i
CtoikM m&ic. TV Vest cf It
iHtWaa, CLOTBCIAf T
araMkta yr ta strast
CL0TBCIAFT raales Its
wrt" lX liis iaart.
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arc laaalaalT-J V '"'
rmr . . t . v
BK la frca.
Will call j
Deasley Merc. Co.
Frkndi anJ iu! vrii-ct lj t!
paper wilt confer a fvor upon v
by ordering thrif irgtt police
printed m thi ppr. The ta
tht a ee for ibemeWe wibeiher the
notice are cmrect or not.
Common Sense 3
omt mtn pay esoi blunt
prices for their !c!hs,5
just to lay that they had-
would rather hive2
tba difference in his
and the value in his
Your friends will think cur
garments were made to your
measure they Ct perfectly andj
thej'rt hand-made in the
itary tailorlnj hop of thsj
Kirichbaura Co. Use corumoa
eoe this Fa'.l aod tuy tic-
peadable ready - to - pat - sa
lothea and save fcai: jourj
ciotiiaij cast. See our yJ
taluti at fio up to