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title: 'The Rich Hill tribune. (Rich Hill, Mo.) 1903-1911, August 29, 1907, Image 7',
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we have the finest
in the city that we
are selling very
cheap. Come in and
C lay Veer New Dress Row.
Our Black Dress
department is com- -plete
Voiles, Panama, Chiffon,
and many other
fabrics that will
make tine skirts to
go with dainty waist
or in full suits.
Be sure and look at
E Oar Line of Shoes
before buying. If
you have never
worn a White llou se
Shoe, try them and
know what it is to
have Your feet com
, T Butter Brown Shoes
for the Boys and Girls. 2
Corsets will mske
of all the ladies that
wear these corsets.
E S. L AMES,
PH05E NO. 116.
' Ittms Gleaned From This Locality
and Sorted Out in Sues.
'A circus is booked for this
town on Sept. 27th.
" ' Br. Slater's dental o3:3wil
be cl6sed hereafter on Monday
- and Tuesday.
; W. a Stonebfak r departed
ifor Pittsburg, Kans., Saturday
'noon, on a business visit.
J, Remember, VT. T. Duvall car
ries school books from 1st to Kb
grades and school supplies. 2t
Labor Day Monday will be a
big thin g for the town. Every-(
body come and have a time.
List your Ilich Bill property
"for sale or for rent with U. S. G.
Prow ell and got in on new list, tf
Ilulett Moreland arrived from
Nevada Saturday soon, where
h took the examinations. He is
making an effort to get a first
J. It. Slapleton has purchased
the barber shop formerly owned
by Wm, Vogel and is conducting
business at that place. Whisker
pruning is also among his list of
achievements. . - 'i
PEOPLE OF IHCil HILL!
You art urgently requested to
make your exchange this week
at there may be a shortage cf
some of the book after county
schools begin. The' Superinten
dents of the schools and the book
companies urges you to get your
books this week that you may be
We can give you complete in-
formation in regard to the book
you will need.
Vl C:?i Ksri l:r ,Ycsr C!i
L.li K:w Tha Wi Cm liter.
RICH Kill, M.
l). 11, Ulckey, I'rM.
itoney t L&,
I tare a few t&eusaad dollars
to loan oa easy terms oa good
U. P. Robing a.
Mr. O. B. DowclL junior edi
tor of the Adrian Journal, was in
town Monday on bis way to
Hume. lie paid the Tribune a
short visit. He is a pleasant and
'congenial young gentleman,
reared in the sweet atmosphere
of a print shop, and Is the very
kind cf gentlemen we like to
meet. He attended the normal
at Wa.-rensburg this spring and
may go to the University this
B. B. Phelps, an aged and re
spec table citizen of this city, died
at the homo of his son in the
south part of town Friday morn
ing and was buried Saturday In
Green Lawn Cemetery. De
ceased was about 65 years old
and almost helpless, he was a
member of the I. O. O. P. lodge
and is well known in this locality.
The new grocery firm known
as the Marsh Grocery Company
ha taken charge of the Tarver
place and is conducting busi
ness at the old stand. See the
ad in another column. i
Mrs. Jos. Price arrived Satur
day noon from Iola, Kas., where
she has been visiting her son and
family. She was accompanied
by her daughter-in-law and Little
We are making the following
reductions on pianos during this
sale: $200, $250, $300 and $400
pianos for $125,- 193, $243 and
$385. It. IL Wheeler Music Co.
Hie Jones Second-hand Store
has sold oat to R. A. Jurd. It is
said the Jones Grocery, of the
East End, will occupy the build
ing after the contents are moved.
Knabe, Smith A Barnes,
Haines & Co., Packard, Price &
Teeple, Willard and many other
high grade makes of pianos. R.
IL Wheeler Music Co.
Mrs. P. B. Farrington and
children, of Green top,. Mo., de
parted for their home Sunday
noon, after a visit with Emmet
Wear and wife.
$10 will put a high trrade piano
in your home. Hie rest will be
arranged to suit your conven
ience. R. II. Wheeler Music Co.,
Park Avenue. It
Mrs. B. F. Moore and chil
dren, of Butler, who have be? n
here visiting II. P. James and
family, departed for their home
G. P. Hockeby Is improving
his east side residence with a
new flagstone w&lk. Who aays
the boom is not on?"
Frank Wilson, of Kansas City,
spent Sunday with his parents,
J. T. Wilson and family. He was
accompanied by a friend.
We have about 50 piano and or
gan boxes for sale. Piano boxes
$2.00 each. Wheeler Music
A compositor or apprentice
can find a gmxl chance to work at
this office. Only the right kind
AH school bonks from 1st to
Hh grades can be found at W.
T. Duvall'a on East Park Ave. 2t
P. B. Bertz, of the country
east of town brought a load of
melons to town Tuesday.
Mrs. Will lVmtius and aister,
Miss Una Burns, were visitors
near Butler Sunday.
Miss Clara McMurtry depart
ed for Butler Saturday noon, on
a visit to friends.
Henry Shepp&rdhaa recovered
from his attack of fever, wo are
pleased to note.
Chas. Chance, traveling tale-
man, is here on a visit to his
Mrs. Jus. Biggins has arriveJ
home from her Colorado visit.
)r. Lancaster was taarriul
frorn KevdTwcijr coc,
Labor Day fUbrttoo le ttw most
popular topic now.
The bnckbon of summer wasn't
broken tut week ntiir tiiiMl
Prof. Wood, of north Bri-. will
wHd ttm birth at Km t Ivy wliool
Mid Ethel Thomas It )Mm)i!ic
few vrerka v!!Un her brother, Vest,
asd wife la ArkaoA.
Gut will I cotatng tark In a few
days from bta wretrrn trip. Another
grandchild, a granddaughter this
time. Mr. and Mr. Arthur MeduVn
are the proud parents.
Mr. and lira. Frank Burkbolder,
of Itbel, spent Kunday with Aunt
Bet Neat's. Mr. B. clatrut to btir
broken the record thla season with
flax. Lie crop averaging 13 bu. per
Mart Wbeatley nd eon, Frank,
rlatted relatives weat of liutler Sat-
rday, returning Sunday. Tbey
alao parchAaed a nice driving mare.
Of courae the trade wna made on
Word reached here laat Thursday
that the houne and nearly all Its
content belonging to John Itcedy,
of weat of Uutler, u destroyed by
fire the Brat of laat week, Inanr&nce
9300. Mr. and Mm. lUtxty were reel-
dents of Ketth & fw yrare mgo and
their trirada here regret very much
to hear of their loa.
Home claim thta la the time of year
for hay fever. An Ohio editor save
that hay fever la canted by k luting
araae widow. A Kentaccy editor
eaye It la canoed by a graaa widow
klMlng a fellow by moonlight. An
Iowa editor anje It Is canned by the
the fellow Sluing bU girl while 1 la
feeding hy to a cow, and an east
ern Kanaaa editor la of the opinion
that It Is canaed bv tulMlcg the jrtrt
and k1alng the cow. A political
editor thtnka It la canaed by too
much klwelng la the hey-day of
youth. What doea our young Mla
ourt editor think a boot It? Now,
wouldn't some widow or roan girl
laugh If an o?d maid like oa wan to
catch the bay fever? Klaalcg In the
hey-day of youth! Well, we prefer
the month every time. But bay-fee.
rcauaedby ktaelng would only be
pona'ble to our notion whea the
klaeee waa "chewing ber cud." Now
8aaablne, don't blame oa It some
one catchfl the hay lever. Ed.)
BY riAIW BOT.
Sara Ktnrrand family were vUlt
lng at John Starr's Sunday.
Uge Beua waa at Batlrr Satur.
day and boeght a new wagon.
Frank Sboater waa at ItWh Hill
with m load of fence poata Monday.
C. J. Lane and family were vUltlng
at J, J. MeKee'a near Butler Sntor
day. Win. Dooglaa and family wre
trading with Botk-r nterchanu 8at
lecar HolU aud John Carpenter
have gone on a trip to Oklahoma to
aee tlie country.
Mrs. M. KelntN-rger of Taplnvllle
and sob, Una. of liutlrr, were vlatt-
Ing at Hi. Kleahrrgrr'a Kuaday.
Cal Heahore ha comtneneel to
build a new house oa hU prt. A.
FUchcr U doing the carpenter work.
J. L. (jaueW, W. C. Thornburjr.
C F. Klenlierger and C J Ijiue went
to Uutlrr oa telephone bualneaa Sat
urday. MUa Mary I-on, who haa tteen
vtaltlug at J. I. (iauler for some
time, k it tor her home la Oklahoma
1 JS0ME NEW !
tA' L 1 . - .
fine, at undttr.1 and h1h-ra1e
wunh moveinenta which are J
the awelU-at thing going tn
the watch line. 4
The F.tglu and Walthmu
watches rauge from T to J3
Jewels and are priced Iwm
(5 to S5
The liamllton watch la made
witn t-wri ranging irom IT to
3 and prtved from
SV' ftJtf40. 5
Itetneutirr, evrry watch la
v) oll under an al-anluteguarah. ?
yi ti'e aud aatUfavtlou la aaurM. f
$ Call and be ciuvlciced.
, jn -, , y. r -r f r f- ..k,; i
v - ' V -' . ' t
City Council Pjotcedkgt.
City Council crt in regular
sf-ion and was called to ord'. r
by the Mayor. Rrll call showid
ill members of the lxrd pre
sent Minutes of the last regular
meeting read and approved.
Tlie regular order of business
was suspended so that a cjm-
niittea from the lorl union as to
the use of Central park for cIe
bration Labor day. Sept 2nd,
might be heard. Afver hearing
thewiahesof the commit bee, en
motion that the park and conces
sion right be turned over to them
for the day, it was cirried.
Street and Alley Com. had
much to report on good walks
Motion made that the City al
low 10 per cent additional to the
regular per cent for the collec
tion of back taxes. Motion car
ried. Ways snd Means Committee
inftructed to procure means to
collect b?ck taxes.
Bills allowed to the amount of :
There being no further busi-
ness. the board adjourned.
J. K. Martin, Mayor
Attest: J. Ed. Jones, Clerk.
Misses Mable Whitney and
Lois Tygard gave an announce
ment party Monday afternoon,
at the Hotel Talmage parlors for
the approaching marriage of
Miss Clara Weeks, of Butler, and
Mr. Winchell Jamison of this
city. Various guessing games
were indulged in and a linen
shower was the event of the
afternoon. All present report a
most delightful time.
A crowd of Rich Hill people
were at Hume Monday night at
the Recital given by the music
class of Blanche Beadles. Those
on the program were: Misses
Harriet Cole, Cora and Ethel
Hoover, Frances Booth, Selma
Gench, and Mr. Clark Chance.
The program was very good and
large crowd was in attendance.
C. F. Keinberger, one of our
prominent and enterprising
farmers of the Lone Oak neigh
borhood, was in town Tuesday,
attending to his trading and
mingling with our citizens. He
says he does not look for his
crops to yield as much as hereto
fore, but, of course, is hopefuL
Rev. A. G. Keast, the r.ew pas
ter of the Walnut St. M. II
Church, is expected to arrive
Saturday, and will preach next
Sunday both morning and even
ing. All are invited to hear him.
Mrs. Rush Crawford and chil
dren, of Nevada, arrived Tuesday
noon, on a visit to O. T. Holland
and family 0 the country wot
of town. They were accompan
ied by Miss Crawford of Nevada, i
I will buy cream at my Pro
duce House on North t'th stree t
for the lola Creamery Co. wi'.lj
receive cream Tuesday? nr.d Fri-1
days. A square deal guu: aUMd. j
J. S. Nichols. j
Miss Lola Itailcy, of Mission
Branch neighborhood, xvas
passenger fr Nevad. Monday
afternoon, whre he will have
her eyes treated.
R. E. Hoover, wifo and two
daughter departed for Garden
City, Kan., Tuesday noon, i n a
visit to relatives.
Arch Falor departed for Oma
ha, Neb., Tuesday noon, to ro-
sume his duties in the regular
Tlie FJks gave adancTuedsy
eight at their club rovm. Ail
present report an enjoyable tiuie.
$iv.) to loan on good rl es
tate security. Inquire t f
P. Huckeby. 4t
Notice to Rich HIU Duiul Ajjx
On account of tho death '
VAnn lliner on July vv'th, 1.7.
Assessment No. 10 is now d'e
and must bo l aid by th llx t f
11. J. Booth, Secy.
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I Final Cleap-Elip Sale I
OF ALL SEER GOODS!!
We ner-d the room for our fa J merchaniise, which
U arriving daily and are prici:j all hot wc a'her fatrici
.bt will isiure no 1507 jooI being carried cv ir.:
iijoS; cf course the loti are mucii s-naller ti.an at the
If ginnir-i of this GREAT SALE but the ejaliJy tzl .
ityief are just at ieiiratle.
Cle IVaab Lre Cioon, LSc.
Handaome 6rn a:i c-w tl.!a a-aoa, a-vl mtr "I C;
reat valLf for an 1 Z., UuaJ tfcaccp prfc --0
2te Wh Goods, 9e.
EJeg-ant wah irm s'jo1 la rrry d-c.irati! ttj'm tit v,u tor Q
IV; aud 2c, thnl cfeiu tp jrt.e
Final Clearanea t Men's Oot TT eat her hhn.
I be balance of or Men tf.'X foat sV.f tt'.nm with a& 1 A K
with out collars at ta coed, 7'jc raise, faal cleaa-cp prke
30e Straw Hate 1 r,r..
W e have rua J ii tns!a table of weTer! kind of Ma . 1
CbHlred'e JStraw Kata, tLat k,;-1 Iron t,) V. L--J C;
tVean up prloe..., :..... . lU
Ask to See the New Fall St)Ies in
Hen's Howes Hats,
Farm of 220 acres. 110
acres meadow, "VJ acres tim
ber, 50 acres plowed. Good
bouse and barn and family
orchard, good water,
$25 per acre.
$140 A fine stock farm.
2 large barns, windmill, tank
and other good improve
ments, S25 per acre.
, Large 4-room house, one
- lot, good eas;t side location,
' " ' $275.'
' Nice home in northwest
part of city,
Farms of K acres and cp
at right prices.
J. D. MOORE,
RICH HILL. 310.
farmers and Manufacturers Can!
Rich Hill, Mo. at close of business August a-ai, 1907.
qs on Tersona! Security,-.- ,. .. .... Sj15.Hi.70
g Loans on first mortgage Bates
g Other resources,-
g F. & M. and Rich Hill Bank Buildings,
g Real Estate Gwir.n Farm . .
g Cash and Si;ht Exchasge,
o Undividtd P.of.ts
g County Derosits, .
g Due Banks, .
g Individual Dposiu,
This statement is correct.
. .. . ,. , .
I R. H. Wheeler Music Co.
f THE SALE CONTINUES, v
i Get tlmt now Piano NOW vrhilo oppor- i
:C tunity is knocking at your door. ::
I It may not do eo nin. :
! Sale Only Lasts Till Sept. 5th. ;
CL ! i i 1 11' " '
Bronze V.tiil Received.
Lyndon Pilfer, the cx-zpo:yr
of the TiiixcsE c2.ee. who wis
awarded a medal ted in appro
priation of $2, CX for s-Looi ex
panses several months ago Ly
the Car-negeHero Pd Cx .i
s ion, received the brc--:-e me-Ji!
Monday. It is a handsomy en
graved piece of art on which is
his came and a few words tfeliirg
of his noble act of saving the life
of Paul Burrows. The na e cf
the commission and a scriptural
verse are also placed thereoa.
The verse reads: "Greater love
hath no one than this: thr.t a man
lay down Lis life fr a fri-?nd."
Lyndon is a deserving Lt'lo fel
low, enterprising and Lard work
ing, with the interest of the f-Sf.ce
always at heart. He will gradu
ate from the high sch-l here
next year and then expects to at
tend the State University n'xt
year. It is net every cic2 that
can show up a real hero sach as
is the pride of the Tuidvne.
"Mrs. Wiggs cf th-3 Cibbage
Patch" is the name tf the next
amateur performance "heAded"
this way. It will be giveu stme
time in Septemocr under the
I auspices of the LaJ.es cf tho
Walnut St. M. H Church.
coco aoooo 000 ooc-o oooo o c c a o o
county real eUte. 44.041.77
. .. . 5,000.00 g
ti,t.i T J o
. 15,000.00 g
. 4,55a 36 o
J. W. JA5IIS0X, Ciihir.
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