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title: 'The Rich Hill tribune. (Rich Hill, Mo.) 1903-1911, July 18, 1907, Image 7',
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In tho city that wo
are polling very
Cay Your fourth of
July Dress Now. 2
Our Black Dress
department is com
Voiles, Panama, Chiffon,
Icrento, Slciilion i
Hoary tu Lea.
I kave t few tkoitf eolltr
to loan on easy terras on good
II. P. Robinson.
and many other
fabrics that will
make fine skirts to
go w ith dainty waist
or in full suits.
Be sure and look at
t Our Line of Shoes 3
before buying. If
you , have never
worn a White House
Shoe, try them and
know what it is to
have your feet com
Buiter Brown Shoet
for the Boys and Girls,
Corsets will make
of all the ladies that
wear these corsets.
S. L. AMES,
PIIOSE HO. 116.
Tho C. T. Burch shows, adver
tised on tho boards for yester
day failed to rIjow up. Tho big
company became stranded at
Facia, Kans. and is Raid to be
about $r0,0X) behind. They paid
their liscense of f.'iO, however,
but could not fill the date.
W. B. Kackley is In tho city,
for the purpose of establishing a
new circulating library. The
list of books include 125 or more
choice publications, and it is in
tended to have 100 or more mem
bers in the club. Further ar
rangements will be completed
The Young Ladies Missionary
Society of the Presbyterian
Church had a high old time at
the country home of Dan'l Cre
sap one day last week. They
spent the day roaming over the
fields, gathering floowers, and
came back dee lighted.
The condition of Rev. Perry
Long, who was stricken with ap-
oplexs', is reported somewhat
better. lie is still unconscious
and It requires several days to
When the people t?n be aim
to understand that it nctualiy
costs more in time and inoti y to
travel over a poor rond than it
does to travel over a good ono,
they will be more inclined to
good roads. A larger nd can
be drawn by one horse over a
good road than by two oer u had
one. Uood roads entourage the
greatest exchange of products
and commodities between one
section and another. Good roads
are of great value to railroads ad
feeders. Amsterdam Enter
prise. A social and luncheon will be
held at the home of Mrs. 8. L.
Ames this (Thursday) evening,
from 4 to 10 p. m. There will be
a program in the evening. This
will be for the benefit of the Wal
nut St. M. E. Church. All are
Tho Christian Endeavor Soci
ety of the Christian Church, will
give a social next Wednesday
night at the home of Gertrude
Cheverton. A special program
will be prepared. Everybody in
vited. We will give our readers a
chance to read the St. Louis Re
public, daily rural route edition,
and the Tkibcne one year for
$2.50. It is perhaps the best of
fer we have made in this line.
A tine rain fell Tuesday night
determine his chances to live.
His many friends are anxiously and earIy Wednesday morniDg
1 hoDinc and waitme. inat wul DelP everjuung aiong.
Dr. Billinirs and wife, of Hume. Cecil Ames arrived borne yes
were passengers for Eldorado terday morning on a visit to
Springs Tuesday noon, on a
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Items Cleaned From This Locality
and Sorted Out in Sizes.
Lawrence Griffith was a pas
senger for Nevada Tuesday noon.
Mrs. Frank Jackson of Butler,
arrived Tuesday noon on a short
Gilbert Davis was sick Mon
day, due to eating too much fruit,
but is all right now.
Mias Ethel Holcomb, the local
night "hello" girl, has been on
the a;ck list the past few days.
Capt. Jas. VanBenthusen de
parted for Eldorado Springs
Tuesday noon, on a visit to rela
tives. I will buy cream at my Pro
duce House on North 0th street
for the lola Creamery Co. will
receive cream Tuesdays and Fri
days. A square deal guaranteed.
J. S. Nichols.
Geo. Carson and wife, of Knn
rifts City, arrived Sunday noon
on a visit to Geo. Iawson and
family. George wbs a former
Rich Hill boy and has o good po
aition in the city in a bakery.
short vacation. This if the doc- j Ray Watson was a Chautauqua
tor's first pleasure trip for over j visitor at Nevada Tuesday,
three years, and no doubt he en
joys getting away for awhile. j Struck by Lightning
Benjamin Caldwell, an aged During the electrical storm
and highly respected citizen cf Tuesday night, lightning struck
New Home township, died at the the house of m. ear, who re
home of Wm. Burrows Saturday, sides about 2 miles north of
Deceased was about 3 years of town. The house is a two story
age and was buried Sunday in structure and was struck on the
the Foster cemetery. south wing, the lightning going
down the water trough, knock
We wish to call the public's at
tention to the fact that the Tiu
BCXEcan turn out job printing,
Call and see
neat and cheap,
inz in a window casing and doing
other damage to the extent in all
of about $l!0. A hired girl was
sleeping in an upstairs room and
the window and plastering was
The big celebration at Eldora- thrown in her room, although
do Springs, Mo., began jester- she was not. injured in any way.
day and will continue four days.Kir. Wear was downstairs and
large crowd is no doubt in at- wa9cmly stunned. It was for
tendance to mis annual event. tnn.it that fir did not follow th
Goo. S. Smith and mother I lightning, as is usually the case.
were nassenuers lor rJdorado
Springs, Mo., Tuesday noon, on Abraham Lincoln
a few dav visit with relatives. wa" miin wli0- u.
inivaioea in? ii!mt uonor a mnu
Mr. W . A. Sc hubel, a contrac- could ct In the United Stat. Bat-
tor and builder of Texhoma, Ok., I lard llervhomitl Syrup ho attain
visited with Postmaster Huckebv M MVvr hy any
m I . . tit - ..l . I .
and family over Sunday. ,....,....,.. ....... .,.,- ia...
Ill's VVU)i um kiw a vnv uihhj n tt ia-
S. C. Pettus is expecting his ua nnJ nil Pulmonary
brother-in law. Thos. MeKw han Kvery mother hould keep .applied
of Kentucky, who is to visit here M"
ji v c or7H v "ii r;t.
( Fr'.tii lnt -.)
A5lrt !nrrii"H U hiU
porthi l,u!;t tt:! - k.
Win. JIM! and family j-ot Hun
dny w ith Mr. au-I Mr. Il;iiy.
1r. Ijc riy UMrt::aa wo on Ihe
Uk lUtKatcrdny an4 g!inljr.
Cu.lv)a Hutton d'pATtvl on the
noon train Thor!)!! fur Kaa.
Cliaa. Rooth nwl M! Kitty V.nlU r
Hrl with Mr. sua Mm.
Mm. I'nrm Terry m n 1 Lt-r tnvi:titr
Mi J'jf, TUItcl vltli Mm. Ii'jr
A nnm'.xT of the M!!on llranch
people attended church at Happy
11 til 8aiid(ij.
Mr. Mead etarU-1 out with LU
thrwhlnff machine Monday, doin
their Crt work for Mr. Joe Terry.
Mrs. Lizzie Alh'n and b-r daught
er, Mr. Ellen Swearecg-ln, from
Dfcwry, Ian. TM are hen? on a lft
with the former's mater, Mm. Mar
Mr. anJ Mr. Kennedy anl Mr.
and Mrs. Holt were dowu at Paj
inoTlIIu ISunOay to ee boat work,
but were prvatly dIappointed a
they wi-re busy putting an enslm? In
at the river to afford water for the
Mnt. Cbaa, Kennedy vWted with
Mm. Geo. Hartnian Tuesday.
Mr. Jaa. lUUey has been hauling
his wheat to l:ich 11 HI the pat lew
Mrs. Clda Hartman was !a town
Saturday trading with Rich Kill
Mr. and Mrs. John Gunn of Wet
Plaluw. are here vMtlaj with friend
Mr. Dean Langworthy and family
vltsited a few days lat w-k with
Mr. and Mm. Earueet.
Mr. Con MeglaKKon ! havinsr a
new barn built. John and Walter
Kerns are duing the work.
Mrs. Ada Hill and babies, and
Mr. Alice Hedge, rUited with their
motlKT Mrs. Jas. P.alley, Thursday
Mot of the furiuers in thl nelgb-
borhood are done thrwhlng and arv
disappointed to find that their
wheat and oats idid'nt make as
much as they exiected.
Mr. Cy. Terry waiportlng around
on his new Mcyc le Thursday even
ing. (uens he was trying to make
the other boys w hb they had one.
I!ut to e in style they will have to
get au auto.
Miss I'aosy Wilson of Birh UVl, Is
vlittiug Mii- May Md'uliixh this
Hoe shower Sunday monuii!:. hut
It didn't reaeU very fur north. A
goott rain U needed.
Farmers are only getting fro:u 6V
to T5f jut I'U, for their w heat, and
flour wr hundred.
; n r i f i tsspw r p- rv.
id. 1M. U i I H.L'iDUi
Wo call your attention to tho
great bargains that are being
offered during this month in
We have one cf the largest
stocks of Furiture ever in the
city. Look for our prices.
J. SM. UTTERSON.e
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A BEAUTIFUL GOLD CLOCK
Just the thing to have stan.iing on year nu-'Je" cr in
any other convenient place. The clock ttaad 1- inches
high and is fitted with a guaranteed American movement
that will run 'o0 hours with ore winding. TLe frae is
richly gold plated and will never tarrisb. Tr.e orxa:er.tal
design cf tiiisckck makes it ore of the most Leas til si
articles of the kind on the market today.
We have concluded to c?er the above clock FRIX OF
CHARGE as an inducement for every one to trade with
us a suEcient length of time to test oar goods, prices and
manner of doing business, fctling as s u red that every tne
purchasing a suficient anaount to secure one will become
a permanent customei. We have not increased prices
and will not do so. We give these away simply to keep
abreast of the times, in advertising our business, knowing
full well that a pleased customer is the best advertisement
we can secure, and after you have examined sample at csr
store, we are confident you wi-l endorse our choice.
Oar Motto: "Always selling the best goods at lowest
This clock given absolutely free of charge -when year
cash purchases amount to $10.
JAMES' CASH GROCER
Highest market price paid for country produce.
Bread Box, Sugar and Spice Box, Egg Cae
Koaster, or Steam Cooker given instead if desired.
E. 1!. Grigsby Bndwife depart-
Do You Wish
Will Help You
Wc Import It.
Opera Drug Co.
m minNie SI.
More Choice Reading.
euior.Montro.se, .mo. yesteruayi i.(?.,r u lu.imtnm.irthifnrm
nrKn, on a visit to relatives. . now library club for standard
J.i. Kutston was a passenger I publications. Tlie plan proposed
for Clinton, Mo., yesterday noon,
to visit his mother.
Tho V. C. T. U will mxt with
o Mrs. Liucy ijiino uuuorruw aiter-
o noon at J o'clock.
Ul'llll X 4-J KOU II Mil 'II
furnishes readers access to a
large number of standard works
by popular authors; and theonly
exjieuse to each member of the
club, is One Dollar for two years.
I'Carty visited tho Chautauqua at litre's
Dr. Slater's dental office will
be closed hereafter on Monday ?
; and Tuesday.
I Nato Helton was au arrival
Oifrom iAvhuuunit. Mo., yester
Mrs. Lyman Keevos was an
arrival from Kansas City yester
Read tho ad of Cowles-Mclvib-
ben tho second page for bar
l 11. Hertz was In town yes
terday from his farm east cf
Ernest MieppanJ was a pas
aengor for Kansas City Tuesday
Dewitt Chast.tin wns down
from Hutlor Tuesday afternoon
Jas. Had get t, of west of town,
o Time V
I A WATCH
Va lUiaJ lnu't uavii!j tbe pat J
two day. His tacki-r (Prof. Kob-: CH300000CXCeeoc-C
Iukud) Lad tulnei) la liuiit-r.
It U utiltj-tuc Ix-lwn'U u couu-, q
J tli town ijvo1 to in-t
the tilacll!.TrKii ft!onj
try folk aud tti tow n joj.1 to m j g
IVe luteuded to rvprvvent Keith at
the ChatMU'tua at NovaJa tLU wwk
litit (.'tllcil. Kftuona loo uai,HTo'j
lion, ltwrvuvv tJrlinth left that
to luitkv it uliort vUlt to 'buirv Me-
VVoinl.-r If tlx-re Ua't Ikv aou;h
of tit boy bar tio iuu-y j;irtg
after tliciii. o
So liisn.v l.liv new nl ill k In ' o
Kith t i HI It It u jvoiult r ttt- invt j g
coiumUtlom-r U U''tK tovufon tl")
Ijiw rvuiriii vwry
their (tn-iulwa iUu.
oaf to Irtii o
We liuve an U-a tla- tunti nn 1 loj ; t
Take Your Home Paper First
THI1X SUBSCUIBE POU
The Kansas City Star and Times
The Star and Times, reporting the ful twenty-four
hours' news each day ia thirteen isiues of 'thejfiper
each week, are furnished to rtfular subscriber! at
the rate of 10 cents per week.
As newspapers, The Star anJTbe Timeslhatejco
rivals. No ether publisher furnishes his reader with
the full ity and niht Associated Press reports, at
does the Star ani Tirr.es. This ihoull reftfevmend
the papers especially to the progressive merchant
I deliver both the Star and Times to the eubscrib
er'i door promptly oa arnval cf trabs.
Give me a trial.
Ncxmaa Cossoss, H. B. MirsJi, Cistrl2:t:rs.
wto ciiiae out till vny ulnl.y ith j
ttii'Ir bui ki'U io i ll k l rrlo vlalrj i O
That Yea Caa Cepjr.3 l:a
Is uiiictlihnf everyoni
ueol. To hv roufl-
df mts lu a truty time
I'leoe tncu luouey nod
PrKe range from f 0 to
fill). rW our pjHHlfil
Imrgnla of tuJnl
luovrmrut In Si yeur
j;ol J fllled e , fvr tiuly
! I tbt-y liiil gone to Miuil;iy SbonlU
i!iu- of to u lu.-iu' U-rrr fatch.
wlu'O they were lovtied to lis-ive ly
The fiirmrr who hnve tUnlH-J
wheat lu LU coiumutilty i,v t!.e
HM-rn lultt U i r H rv in tilllug
hort of last year'a crop. Mr. Mer
rt;t with h new thrtiter w
&rouud last week. Cut lna.lc
tout IS I'U. ht acre, au J w U-at
ttiu 10 to 14.
Our Clubbing Rates.
ccccocsc;5a' V31 0Q pur st"('ct ycatcr Jy.
5 Jeweler & Optician.
A t- t t j-j vr n i in : ! i
I out of order. You js to Ivd la
a bad humor and uvt uj w Uh a tu l
tat la your isiouth. Vou waat
uuiethtuK totiiuuiaie j our l;er.
Jut trv llerliliti. tiio lUt-ri'k'ui.tivr.
A HtltUe cutv for lii.i:i'rttl.u,
lviH-i'a and a!l ttwr eoii'.j '. .!ut.
Mr. K . Ft, V.i tH. Tevn. writ.-:
'Hftv ued HerWue la my la'.i:!:y
for year. Word can't xi'r
hal I thluk at'out It KverU-dy
ta my biifcol4 r hjpy and '. I
aud wa ow It ti JKrL'.us." SU
l y Optra Vr4 5Urv-
Tt:e Riv.b X I . : S Ti lar.e -. J V f Gtobe Democrit
The Tr.t-ui.e . S;. Loun Ht-.'.j Republic
Tie Tribune itd l)m!y K . Cur Journal
The Ttibune a-.t Dt 't K. C- S;r nd Time
Tre Tii'vre i: JTicM tk Globe Democrat
Tfc Tri une nd T"w ue-a-week Republic
The Tii une and Wetkiy K. C. Journal
Tt Ti.t'toie mJ WrV: K. C. Sur .
The liiboi'f : I ToVJ.v V,iU
Tic Ti.tuue .;J F!"1.! i rireiJt
11 Tniune :, Kc, lit HW Word !d Works
The Tr.'-utie J i?;.u:i llcn'-e Comriiritoa
rh Tl it'Utitf t: I iy I iJ iv.aaai ia the U. S.
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