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title: 'The Rich Hill tribune. (Rich Hill, Mo.) 1903-1911, December 19, 1907, Image 7',
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I Ciiristmas Gifts!
We jilivrc on Halo this wk
the finest line of Fancy China
In thecliy. and at the lowest 3
Home very pretty imtU-rns 2
Cutliliuui Howie, HUhers nud 5
The largest line of Doll
ctes In town toaster W agon
and Vv1.h1ik-(V. nil
Drums, Tool Clients, and loll 3
Furniture 01 an "
flnent naKortment of Doll e
evorhnd. In fact, to.va of all 4
klndn, and a itg nm
FfU! Fl'KrM FCHS! 3
They must go ltor Xmas. 2
FcrAXmaa C.lft nothing U
nicer than Table Uneii and 4
Nnpklna. We have them In 3
set and by the yard. Napkins
to match. Look at tbem.
V nlan have a tew of tho
Stlk Petticoat at 13 00, worth
Money to Loan.
Vif'tfffSi!VM,vifi-ifi:-'V 2 PRICIOUt T0NS9 AND fATe.-
I have few thousand dollars XPilAN I UilLi..dI
to loan on easy terras on good
II. P. RotloRon.
HandV-rclili-f of all kind
and price. Com In ana ioob.
S. L. AMES, I
PHOSE HO. 1x6. 3
Items Gleaned From This Locality
and Sorted Out in Sizes.
Mrs. Geo. G. Cook is visiting
tier daughter in Kansas City.
C. C. McGinnis and family are
visiting relatives at McAllester,
We will Rive you the Tunics E
and McCuII'h marine 1 year
The ladies of the Catholic
Church made eomethinK like
$140 at their baxaar last Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Chenoweth
are the happy parent of & link
son who arrived by telephone
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hurst
who arc here from the west vis
iting relative.", spent the past
week with Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Hurst in this city.
Sunday School Election.
The Sunday School Hoard of
the Walnut St., M. H Church.
met at the home of Supt. L. U
Gench last Monday evening and
elected the following officer for
the year 100S:
Supt., L. H. Gench.
Asst. Supt, I. P. Philbrick.
Sec, Miss Nolle Matteson.
Treas., Mr. "Will IVntious.
Librarian, Lyndon Phifor.
Asst. Lib , Laurence Hum.
Organist, Mr. Delia Thifer.
Asst. Organist, Miss Kittle
OCloers of S. S. Missionary So
ciet V. Mr8' Hattio CVffmnn, Proa.
HY rt.JW ISOY.
W. C. Thornbu-rtr made a. busi
ness trip to KU:h Hill Saturday.
Almost everybody is through
husking corn and have gone to
Wm. Douglas was dehorning
some of his cattle over at C. J.
Lane's the first cf the week.
C. C. Pitchford and A. King
were in Ilich Hill on business and
after farm scrplies Saturday.
It began to look Saturday like
we were going to have some win
ter soon the way it snowed for a
Gander Bros., were running
their clover seed through a fan
mill and cleaning it last Satur
day. Geo. Wolfe of Pleasant Cap,
was in this vicinity the past
week hulling clover seed for sev
eral of our farmers.
Sol Edwards has been getting
some lumber sawed at John
Starr's saw mill for a tool and
smoke house which he is going
to build soon.
We have a large stock of th
BOOKS, FANCY CANDIES,
TOILET SETS, CASE TIPLS,
POST CARD ALBUMS,
and many other presents.
Many Gift Books and Book
lets. Fine line Xmas
Postcards. Come in
and see us.
Postoffice flews Stan
Karry D. Marsh, rrop.
The appeal action that startled
the slumbering thought from its
erroneous dream, is partially un
heeded, but the last trump has
not sounded or this would not
Marvels calamities and sin will
much more abound, as truth
urges upon mortal its resicted
claims, but the awful daring of
sin destroys it and foreshadows
thetiiumphof truth. God will
overturn, until II comes, whose
right it is.. Longevity is in
creasing ana tne power or sin
diminishes, for the world feels
alterativo effect of truth through'
every pore. Truth brings the
element of liberty
On its banner is the soul in
spired motto, all slavery is abol
ished, the power of God bring
eth deliverance to the captive."
No power can withstand divine
wisdom. What is this suppoKed
power which opposes itself to
God? Whence cometh it? What
is it that binds man with iron
shackle to pin? Whatever en
slaveth man is opposed to the
divine government. C. L.
A I! HART a AIM'KTIli:
U what moat lintil.- have, but I no
iMTH'flt to them If they have worms,
lie rurt your bntiy 1 not troubled
with them. Hurt? symptom at
way hungry, rtnjt under the rye.
nut irnluln In weight and yellow
complexion. A few doe of White'
Cream Vt-rnilfuic will expel all
worm It 1 a positive euro nu.l
reliable Vrc '2i cent per bottle.
Hold by Op r Druitfo
$200 to loan on good real es
tate security. Inquire of Geo.
P. Iluckeby. 4t
Dr. Slater' dental Cice will
bo closed hereafter on Monday
We will give you the Tuibcse
and tho New Idea magaiiue one
year for fl. 00.
has been suffering with rheuma
tism in the knees the past few
John King and sister Miss
Lizzie, were over from Prairie
City last week visiting Keith
Miss Mary Wilson was in from
Keith last Wednesday. Miss
Mary was in to pay a very dis
agreeable visit, one to the den
tist. Mrs. Enoch lledden and chil
dren, of Bethel, spent several
days last week visiting at Mrs.
IPs parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Mrs. Mary Neat and Mrs. Liz
zie Short and daughter Marie,
are visiting relatives east of
Adrian. They will return thia
There will be a pie and pound
supper at Seith Thursday nighu
The girls to bring the pies and
the boys are expected to bring a
pound of candy.
The Keith folks are getting for
Christmas, having a bog killing
time. J. M. Wheatley butchered
eight fine porkers Monday, and
others will kill this week.
We suppose the temperance
people are glad the election is
over, but we were disappointed
in the result. We were so in
hopes it would go dry.
Miss Bessie Burkholder is re
covering from her recent illness.
Her mother is in from Bethel
helping care for her. Miss Bes
sie is at Mrs. Neat's in the north
west part of town.
Prof. C. C. Woods returned on
the early morning train Monday
from a visit to his family at
Adrian. Prof. Woods is quite a
horse fancier and has aome fine
ones. He sold one Saturday at
don't feel well
lou't lie Hopeless
' Htimit Yourt'!f w hen Tciu'ia crhild
Mrs. I-ucy l-ano. Vice Pre., and, wh r.mna,im or utt J..Ui
Mrs. Laura Pontious, Sec. and cour you've tried ltt of thine
. , ,
Teach r as follows:
No. 1, Mi Jessie iluckeby.
No. 2, I li."' Blanche Burns.
No. 3, M r. Will Pontious.
No. 4, M i Olivia Hoggs.
No. 5, Mt N.innid Hackeby.
No. 0, Mr. CUraSpraker.
No. 7, Mrs. Mary Iane.
No. R, Kov. A. G. JvVast.
No. 9, Mr. J. IV Ible.
No. 10, Mr. F. I Gench.
No. 11, Mr. J. II Ames.
After the business was trans
acted tho host and hostess forv
c-d refu'"hti:ei:ta consistiiii
' .U ... ';'.
and they failed. Try Mallard' fcuow
Lint men t It will drive away all
atheo, prtln and tlfTne and leave
you a well a you ever were.
tkld by Oin ra Dru Co.
P. W. Lynch Is up from How
ell county on a buiiucss trip.
Chas. Marquardt has moved
out to his new home in the sub
urbs of Keith.
As th-so will be our l.t items
beforo XtiiU we wUh theriid
t,f 'ers and ye editors a merry Xmas,
I!m no Buperion, bet many Inferiors.
Th Lt remeIy in th work! far Xadi
iu:k lletiiu Le, etc
Non fripinK, StimuUtlv and E fsrUrt.
Xat aomtthinir tiit don't ajre wi'J
you and take a Lax-Digest and cm kow
nicely tbry assist tvatora.
Harmless and delicious.
At ail dni-f Uta, or dirett on r'it cj
' price. 10c J 15e kiiet only.
Iriklot on getting Lax- Dient.
Esu h Utlet standi "L-D.
j FilMird only ty
J. H. WACNtrV COMPANY
Toft Mkiiton, Ion 6, U.S.A
Imlutlcn New Cm Only B Dtctd
C'uu or "pte." m It l !(!, 1
nai wbirh cannot irbt-a nw t 31
t!Qrul!4 frcra C'lrrwH ij asy cm
Xiat aa eipert m)d vl'h tt ncf
ry ttu And te tin U trva at
to fast lmlla.!l(m of ait x.reUwt
tve eteepUnj the emerald (wh
bfiaatlful (reea tint eannot b exact
ly ot)tln4), the tat'a-ays. which taa
a peculiar fibrous atrurture, ac4 tbe
opaL Tba ral value a:id quality of
Jireclona itonea at eomparej with
tlaas df rnla on their durability, ttlr ;
hardneaa, tbelr rel!aDc to acraich-i
In and "dulling" of fare and edee,
Erea our Anslo-Saxea ancewtor, a I
aw a week ago In th fine collec
tion recently dog- up at Ipswich
by kilst Larard, maa gctc of
Klaca and rante, eayi a wrttr in U
London Telop-apb. It la only In mod
ern timet that the art of makirg ar
tificial "precious atone" bad reached
a dogre of perfection which, to tar
as decorative purposes are concerned,
leave the natural atone no claim to
The Sensible Kind. Onts that arc
P Useful and Inexpensive.
OBJECTED TO THE SUSPICION.
For Hotter, Sister, Wife or "Dc
A Ncr Cloak,
A Beautiful Ru
Pair Fine Shoes,
Kr, Shachley'a Slight Misunderstand
ing with His Physician.
Mr. Shac.kley, who bad been ordered
by bis pnyaldaa to lay aside all bis
business eare Tor three months and
take a vacation, reluctantly complied.
At the end of that time be returned,
looking and feeling very much better,
and bis medical adviier congratulated
him on bis Improved condition. "I
didn't like to speak of it at the time,"
said the doctor, "but when yon went
away I strongly suspected you of bav
ins myocarditis." Mr. Shacklev crim
soned with mortification. "If I cad
anything of yours in my poeeesMoa,
doctor," he said with strong feel
ing, "or ft you suspected me of baring
It, you eaght to have told me so right
then! Ton don't think I am a thief,
do yon?" By a hasty explanation of
the nature of myocarditis, the doctor
mollified Ms Indignant patient and
averted a scene. Youth's Companion,
A Ne-w Fur.
A Pair Portieres.
A Dress Pattern,
Pair Vana Slippsrs.
Box "Topsy" Hose:
A HeatherbloonT Petticoat.
Pair Warm Wool Blankets.
A Fine Warm Comfort,
Pair Warm Over-Gaiters.
A Japanese Lacquered Box.
A Tafietta Silk Petticoat,
A"Bissells,v Carpet Sweeper.
Warm Silk or Wool Scarf,
Wool Tarn -O Shanter.
A Box Handkerchiefs.
forfatiicr, Brother, llastiana or Gentle
Horn Lena Imbedded In Tree,
A ram's born that was Imbedded !n
a tree 1W1 years ago Is a curiosity that
Jansoa Elder, a forester ranger living
at Paisley, Ore, has discovered. While
ramblng la the woods In 1SS8 ZHder
cams across a yellow pine tr In the
base of which was imbedded the horn
of a mountain sheep. Me did not then
kave time to make a thorough Investi
gation, bat since be became a forest
ranger be bad occasion to go to cut
dewa the tree. He took a section of '
the trunk containing the born to Lake- .
view. The born was a little to one '
sid the center of the tree. It was
not curled as are the horns of moan-!
tain sbeep nowadays, but was almoet
straight. Counting the ring of growth, '
tb tree vu shown to be 213 years
old. Outside of the born were 13
rings. Indicating the number of years
that bad elapsed since the mountain
sheep was caught and held fast by the
yellow pine. The bom was soaked
with pitch. It Is ten inches In diame-,
ter at the base and 30 let-he long. I
A Fine Umbrella,
Pair Cuff Buttons,
A Coin Purse.
A Watch Fob.
Pair Kid Gloves,
Invention as a Business. j
Commenting on a recent article
whose writer laments that more per
sons do not take up inventing as a
regular builness, the Electric Ruvlew .
(London) says: "We doubt whether '
Inventing in the hlgheit sense can bo ,
mad a business to be Wmed by any. (
body. Inventors are born, not made. ,
Our own country Is not lacking In the '
divine inspiration. If we are to judfe '
by the number of patenta applied fur; j
a different conclusion mlttt be ar- j
rived at if w were to Judge by the
Quality. America srrf'r to be the
special breedlog ground of t! Inven- !
tor. T!i peculiar mixture of all rc
la that fortunate land anoar to bare
produced a kind of superman who
alone Is capable of creating snrh dia
bolical Invention as the cash regis
ter and tb automatic telephone exchange."
A Fine Pair House Slippers
Pair Crossett Shoes
A Box Iron-Clad Sox
A Box Topsy Hose
A Fine Pair of Suspenders
A Fine Silk Muffler
A Suit of Warm Underwear
A Leather Suit Case
Trunk or Valise
A Jap. Lacquered Collar Box
A box Linon Handkerchiefs
A New Fancy Vest
A Fine Dress Shirt
A box Linon Collars.
Above is only a small list of Xmas
Suggestions. Thousands of other
sensible gifts are here. Come
and see. We can
Fait st Home.
The former sexton had been ar
rogant, bolkteroua aod Irreverent. To
do the wrong thing at the wrong mo
ment was hi specialty. He retired
at the end of the jear by request of
the trustees. The new sexton a
colored man. and from the very fi:t
gave Intense aati.ractioo lit mox.
meets were as aoft a a TV.'; !vr
were never !auimeJ. nor did he own !
window wi;h a bang. "TVhere d: I 1
that man receive his training T" at'ed O
the elated pastor one eveuing !:'. I
attending a tneetirg of the trustees, j O
"In the Tuilman service." grunted a j
member v.ho wus battling tte bay j i
fever, "a here he as tAutiit to ba j q
a regard for tte comfort of tte sleep-, i
W. C. STONKUftAKKlt,
Jno. T. Wilson-,
Commercial State Bank,
KIC1I IIILI MISSOUUI.
Capital, Paid Up. S25.000.
J. M. MvKllll'.KS. A. M i ti;K, W. t SloNt:i
c. a. i.am:, jno t. wii.son".
Tea k.vs aj ImImU
k tea mr aA m4
tiJ-ctw, !.. n Ul-i.
I. s;.3 i '. S-..V.
Jam Ruii! Lewell Raid ng.
IIave yea er right!)- rouiiieret
what the mere abiUty to read beau?
Tlat It I the lj that aja.iu u to
the hole or!d of th.nfl.t and fary
and luiKginatlo: to the c-.iany ef
sjt and saint, of th. i-vt and the
wttiiest at their wi-nst and !tl!et
nioroent? Tbat It enaMes n ti ar-e
laltb the keecet eyes, krar i;a th
Cnesi ears, and l!ta to the se'.et
viics of ail time? Jaaiea Ku5.i
f Jo rn frej''i.
Crandi a la tt-y dsr. -rt fu U'.-Jal
(It around e .5 f d.v a th y dj m,
Tt.y w m . i t t t.vi.e a.t i U.
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Docs a general baa.'iir j business. Wt war.t J0vr acccar.t.
IN THE TRIBUNE frota
a, v. v i v
testily to tho accuracy of
statement. Got our rate;-.