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title: 'The Rich Hill tribune. (Rich Hill, Mo.) 1903-1911, July 18, 1907, Image 2',
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Ci.AVi-v. A. ItiiiiwH, Ktlltor.
Suliccrlpilon prl.-o f 1.00 per year.
Tntrnnl nt tli.i lMch ltlll post
ofUre ns p'Toml cla matter.
Bryan my lie is not i nly op
posed to a third term, but a sec
ond. He needn't talk of that yet
ns this is his third effort to pet
the first tcrm ,
Wo wonder why, the Butler
papers stopped the Frank Deer
wester bowl so suddenly? Per
haps they learned another ver
sion of the story.
An attempt was mads to assas
sinate ClementlArmand Fallieres.
President of France, during a
patriotic celebration Sunday.
Two shot were fired at close
range but no one wa wounded.
Jesse K. Grant, son of the
late Pres. U. S. Grant, would like
the nomination for the presiden
cy on the Democratic platform.
Well, why not accomodate him.
He can have some pleasure in
pursuit if not possession.
'Hie Washington Post says:
Why all this bother about "What
is a Democrat?" What differ
ence does it make? Years ago,
when the Democrats amounted
to something in politics, the
question might have been perti
nent. The Loving trial of Vircinla
should teach a moral lesson to
girls, who are giddy and like to
taste of forbidden fruit. A mere
taste of liquor, even though the
first offense, often leads to tragic
ends as in this case, where the
girl was disgraced and the per
petrator murdered. There is
only one thing to do under such
circumstances and it is to "let it
Tho Western F.ntcrpHsof lust
week was profuse in U praise
of "Johnny" Rockefeller, the
Standard Oil king and billionaire.
It took the stand that ho was un
jufiUy abused because of acquir
ing wealth through ingenuity,
honesty, etc. Hot! Such me
thods have no more honesty
about them than plain stealing.
It is merely his greed for wealth
which causes him to choke the
small producer and raise the
nrico of oil. It is that which
caused him to become ambitious
for the honor of being the rich
est man. ven though in so doing,
he would bring poverty on all
sides. As for honesty, no man
can become so enormously weal
thy in ordinary lines of business
save by uuscrupulous methods.
We do not hold that rich men
should be condemned all the time
but they should have no more
consideration in the sight of the
law than some poor man who
isn't worth SO cents. But
'Johnnie" will no doubt be pleas
ed to learn of the Enterprise's
praises, and will probably send
in his subscription for a year to
"Bob, where's the state of
Matrimony?" It is one of the
United States, it is bounded by
kissing and hugging on one side
and cradles and babies on the
others. Its chief products are
population, broom sticks and
staying out at night. It was dis
covered by Adam and Eve while
trying to discover a northwest
passage out of paradise. The
climate is sultry until yon pass
the tropics of housekeeping,
when squally weather commonly
sets in with such power as to
keep all hands as cool as cucum
bers. For the principle roads
leading to thi3 interesting state,
consult the first pair of blue eyes
you see. Ex.
We have about DO piano and or
gan boxes for sale. Piano boxes
$2.00 each. Wheeler Music
Taka Thu Home With You.
Did you ever pick up a homo
paper that jou did not hear
words of prait for tho horn
town and tho thought expressed
that, it was Tin: town in the state?
Yet every day, newspapers are
going under, duo to lack of pat
ronage-aud the homo merchants
generally look on it aa a matter
of course. Tfie influence of a
paper is not always apparent
although it is the life of business,
either in a small town or a city.
Tho trusts control the price of
goods handled by the retailer
and prices are regulated accord
ingly. Tho trusts bring up the
price of paper but the issue ap
pears every week for the same
eld price, $1.00 per, and nothing
is said. In booming a town, do
not overlook these truths or go
elsewhere to see who needs the
patronage. It's up to you.
WORKCD H'l OWN REDEMPTION.
Future Held Craatntus for Young Man
A Nw Tork J-.n1g tava bis ton
ttioumml dollar, tailing him to so to
co!1im aod graduate. Th ton r
turned at tlie end of frrhniaa yar
wtttnut dollar and with ivrral
tiaWta. At the clot of lh v aratloe
tho juricn told hla ioa tbat b bad
donn all ha couM for h!m. If ha had
wantrd tha mousy tbat wn to hara
taken him through coif, ha might aa
mll leave hotna and naka hit own
ajr In the world. It as a ruda awak
enlng for tha young man. but ha knaw
that hia father waa right. And aa
ttrong tha good lnftuanen of hia
upright father that ha did Wva horn
to go to work in downright aarneat.
Ha went back to college, made hla
way through, graduated at tha head of
hia class, attidied law, became gorer
nor of the atata of New Tork, entered
the cabinet of the preaident of the
l"nltd States and made a record for
himself. It waa William 11. Seward.
The men of Japan are said to
be much disturbed over the pre
sentation to the Imperial Parlia
ment of two petitions from Japa
nese women, one asking for equal
political rights, and the other
for an equal standard of morals.
The double standard is even more
pronounced in Japan than in our
own country and there it is rec
ognized by law. It is a novelty
for the meek and gentle Japa
nese woman to petition for fair
treatment, but what else could
the government expect now that
it has admitted girls to the high
A program of the Second Dis
trict Convention of Christian
Churches, which meets in Odes
sa, Mo., July 24-2G, 1907, has
been received. An excellent
program has been arranged, in
cluding many papers on live top
ics which will bo a treat to those
fortunate enough to attend. Kev.
J. B. Mayfield, of Butler, Bates
county's secretary, and Rev.
King Stark, of HarrisoHville, are
booked for talks.
Read the'TiUBUNE. $1.00.
Where He Saw a Crawd.
t'nele ConiUntlne, from Fiahklll
Landing, waa la town recently, for the
first time In SO years, according to the
New Tork Timet. Hit relattree were
lnduatrioua In ehowlng blm the elghte,
hut it wag extremely difficult to get
him to express gUrprpe at anything,
tie area made disparaging comment,
now and then, upon what he saw, and
drew comparisons faTorable to hla
own town. One afternoon they at
tended a crowded performance at the
circua. "Uncle Constantlne." asked hla
niece, "did you eTer tee such a num
ber of people gathered together be
fore?" "Well." said the old man alow
ly. aa hla eye ran critically over the
thousands that filled the garden. I
don't know as I erer did in a bulldla',
but I hare to a bush-meetin'!"
A O Cf O O- A A A AA A A . A A A A A A A
O A Mevf Orleans woman was thin.
J? Because sit did not extract sufficient
nourishment from her foosh V
0 ye Sho took Scolf EmutsionA
t) Result t O
5ha gained a pound a day in wciiht
' A1X DRUGGISTS I 0. AND Sl.00
Her came was Msrjorie and she was"
the sweetest child In the world, with
all a child's wonderful thirst for the
most ont-cf-the-way Information. She
had asked her mother to explain to
her what wireless telegraphy waa.
Marjorie had often heard her father
talking of wirelees telegraphy, and she
wanted to know all abont it. So her
mother tried to make it clear and ex
plained how there were two long sUcke
standing high up in the air a vary long
way from each other, and how a mee
sage waa sent from i..s one stick
and -Oh, I know," broki In Mar
Jorte. "then God hears and teila the
Having recently graduated
from tho Dillenbeck School of
Oratory, I am prepared o teach
elocution and oratory. Will also
teach piano. Harriet Cole. 4t
Tf mi nm. m . i . . n. O
i lie Kansas tiiy iveeiuy 5tar
The most comdrehensiTe farm dader All the news
intelligently told Farm questions answered by a
dractical farmer and eiperimentcr Exactly what
you want in market reports.
One Year 25 cents.
Address THE WEEKLY STAR, Kansas City,o.
ARGAIIM & m
A $350. Price Sc Temple's
Piano damaged in shipping
for $200 Cash.
OTHER PIANO BARGAINS.
I R. H Wheeler Music Co. I
A CARLOAD E BOXING
at a LOW PRICE. Just the thing
for chicken pens, hog houses, etc.
LET US SHOW YOU.
pbonc 31 Williamson & Montgomery.
See us for drain tile.
MEN'S STRAW HATS
75c'Hats for - - p 50c
1.00 " - - -. 75c
1.50 ",-- - 1.00
2.50 ;'- - - I.50
AND NOW THE
IT'S ON AT THE "BIGGEST AND BEST.
Wi: AKE AGENTS
UDltS' HOME JOLRNU
Clearing Sale Prices for
White rigured Mercer
ized Suitings, One Half
Just what you need for suits, skirts,
waists or jackets.
3:c White Mercerized Suitings, "7
clearing sal price, per yard, - ' 2
40c White Mercerized Suitings, nrjo
clearing sale price, per yard, - d-i-f
Clearing Sale of
Ladies' Dress Skirts
The prices for which wo offer these Kar
mentis will rapidly clear every rack in our
$-1.00 Dlatk Bilk Dress Skirts,
clearing Bale price, -
$(3.00 I'laid Dress Skirts, clear
ing bale price, -
$.0.00 lUack Silk Dress Skirts,
clearing sale price, - - -
$5.00 Plaid Dress Skirts, clear
ing sale price, -
$3.r0 I'laid Dress Skirts, clear
ing sale price, - - -
Clcarinj in the Men's
7Zc Silk Front Negligee Shirts, RQc
clearing price, -
M i:0 Men's two piece Under -i t7C
f Suits, clearing bale price, - -'
1.75 Men's Union Suits, clear- 1
ing sale price,- - . - L,ic'
As customary with us at this time, we announce our GREAT
SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARING SALE, always looked forward to
by our customers as a GREAT MONEY SAVING OPPORTUN
ITY and we promise you will not be disappointed, for the extra
ordinary price reduction will make this THE BARGAIN EVENT
in this store's history.
Clearing Sale Prices on Woolen and Wash Dress Goods
' ALL THIS SEASON'S MOST POPULAR FADRICS.
f0c Wool Plaid Suitings, clearing o Cc
sale pric. per yard, - - -
11. o0 Handsome Plaid Suitings,
clearing sale price, per yd
$1 very stylish plaid suitings, tyce
clearing sale price, per yard, -., -
l0c Chamclon Silks in the very qc
much wanted colorings, per yd., Or
f)0c Silk Mulls in handsomo floral ql 0
designs, - . Orx
f0c Plain and Figured Pongees, OCc
clearing sale price, - - - OtJ
Wc Embroidered Silk Zephyrs,
only a few of these left,
2.00 White Parasols, clearing
$l.f0 White Parasols, clearing
11.25 White Parasols, clearing 7Q
h 1-3 Hne B atistes, clearing sale p:c
price, per yard, -
lc Datistes with just tho right size "1 Qc
polka dots, per yard,
2oc Tissues, sheer and very hand- IRfc
some, clearing sale price,
-c Lucina Suitings, clearing sale IPJc
price, - -- - - U
23c Aplique Swiss with woven c
dots on colored and white grounds - U
Clearing the ITJhltc
riash Dress Goods
2.00 white wash Dress Skirts, 1 QQ
clearing sale price, A.Oc
1.50 white wash Dress Skirts, QQC
clearing sale price, vO
1.25 white wash Dress Skirts, t7Qc
clearing sale price,
Clearing the Ladies' Piain
Colored Voile and
Mohair Dress Skirts
. The colors are black, blue and grey and
all are riht up to the minute.
JG 00 ones Clearing Price,
3.50 " " " -.
Clcarinir in the
Shirt L7aist Section
$3.1)8 White Silk Waists,
3.00 clear inti'
$2.50 White Lawn Shirt WaUts, 1
clearing sale price, - - J-.CJV-J
$1.50 White Lawn Shirt Waists, QQC
clearing sale price, -
Clearing in the Shoe Section
$1.50 Children's Kid Lace, turn
solo shoes, sue 8 1-2 to 11, clearing
$1.50 pat. leather, turn solo
shoes, sizes 1-2 to 11, clearing at
$1.50 Ladies' white canvas Gib
son ties, clearing price,
' $1.25 Indies' white canvas (Jib
son ties, clearing price,
$1.25 Misses' white Gibson ties,
sizes 13 to 2, clearing price, - .
$1.00 Missus' white canvas Gib
son ties, sues 0 to 12, clearing price,
$1.00 Children's w hito canvas Gib
son.ties, 5j to, clearing price,
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