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title: 'The Rich Hill tribune. (Rich Hill, Mo.) 1903-1911, January 09, 1908, Image 7',
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ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE!
At The BAZAAR '
liefiinntng MONDAY MORNING
o Will include ntw M'k, ih'w lir.
new t- nil:iji(!t i it ud wide band of nm-rtion that Wil ever
o 1kivmi id K i c It lliil. Clearance alc of
Cnlr-n-i. won!, j- mtil S i-jc lit 5 and 6c
li !::i;h.im. v.- flii I J i-j k n I 15c at IOC
(iii ,;!ia!ii u ' Mil round 12 -2qtSt3
A n 1.' "..1 I Vnchrd rri!i at f 1.4c
Oue.r.g rhineeS, woith !J 1 -Jl mill lcat IOC.
Oiit tv f? M.ncl' vrrth oc il 8 t-3
Ouiiiii! 11 .i.teU Adtili S i-t J'c
Outing t1.o;ncl, wmtti J 1-2 at
A tiw pair of 1 !t:kt-t worth Co, 65 and 75c at 48c.
ISI.o-kt-is werth Si.po 75c
It'isnLi t v. 01 ii St 25 Mitel i. 51 at 1 ,00
1 n.! t u f.H i
he vlil at tl
O 1 . 1 i t '.
hi- ti.. 11 'o iH'U
.1 . .!,-( I
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O mni' .i i 1,1'it nV ' l 1! 'u- mi f.ile during this clearance g
1 THE BAZAAR I
0 c c o -o -i
Items Cleaned from This Locality j
and Sorted Out in Sizes.
t- 1. f ... '. . - I,..'.. .
Tnos. J..har.i.es. .-.pent Sunday
Wirn!.t!l .l..i,.isi;i ai.tl
K-.etit Sunday in Itutlor.
Mrs. Arrastnith. cf t-sst lark
Ave., has the grippe. j
Uriah Aver was u buviiu ss vis-!
itr to liistlor Ta's.l.iv.
wnw I! .,,!,!, f .-,.i!v aro '
viitir;tf n'l.iiivo jn w liutier.
J.,s. M.iW tn.r.s:u-tMl husi-1
,,t thevour.tVM.at Monday.
Peter Pearsi ii hr n-turned
hmne fnm a trip to Wuhiit'n.
W. J. I.uMi was a s.. i:il is -
itor nl tliis otiU test. d!i.v iiioi n-
Mrs. A. V. P.-Armond, f the
s .uth sido. o.uite si of pin u
V. F. 11 - mV i- ft M n
d. iy for (Iit-i r.'.i-p, Mo, where
tlifj' wiil i:..vi.''!h ;r future l.oir.e.
Henry Siiepp.mi mj Vilki
(riti:iii l..i J tui i;ed to Cohiin
bin. where t!i'y are stuJcuts in
the St..te t'niw-iMty.
Mrs. W. II. VanVonrhis and
little daughter were pii-iisant call-
e. r at this .f!ue Monday. Mrs.
VanVorhis, who w fointerly
M oh K-.sa Miller, taught the ed
itor h'f A. B. C's w bile she whs
t'!U hinn 01 the Adi i.m s IkkiN n
'ttU tuber of years tii.'o.
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Hit u J t t.i,,:'.!y."
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ANU ALL. LlTvtt IHULUXS.
Ballard Snov; Liniment Co.
fOO-KJi Nvrih ScvonJ f -
Sold and ncommendod by
OPCRA DFtUQ oToan,
good ami the finet' line of
U clearance i!e that will inter, o
ihn cimrtncf tale to reduce O
om- before ihe Mock it trokeo o
11 1 - - J I .-"i. - 'U.I. .-PirILlLJlLI.
(.rant btine, & prosperous
farmer near Rich Hill, favored
! thi ofiice with a substantial call
Monday( and hftd the dat on hifl
paper set ahead.
Willis Crabb, of west Park
Avenue, was confined to his home
last week with a sprained ankle.
jbut is R0W Bbe to be down town
; Miss luise Panknin, cf Titts
'burjr, Kan., who has been visit
ine the Misses Wilkinson, of this
city, returned home Sunday.
Geo. Philbrick left this week
for Columbia, where he will take
the winter course in Apriculture
in the State University.
T. B. Suddarth was called to
lI'-rrisonv'1!e ,aHt Satardy by
tli" death of his brother at that
I Miss Myrtle Garner, of near
; Butter, is visitinj? in the city with
i,,.r prand mother, Mrs. M. A.
Mesdames Henry Klumpp and
H.irrv Marsh and Miss Gertrude
Marsh sjK'nt Sunday in Butler.
. B. Pa pet ttid wife, who has
1 been isitin relatives in Butler,
returned home Monday.
John Iine and family, of But
ter, spent Sunday with J. C.Lane
and wife in this city.
We are more than pleased with
the way the TKincNE subscrip
tion list is urowinp.
J. M. Mclvibben transacted
business at the county scat Mon
day. Mrs. Florence Pollinis visiting
relatives in Nevada this week.
- t iir cvnim
1 st lo t till? i.i I'lip' ivo
t; "rh-.sii)l r-n..p v.U euro
. V'.., X ti'. ( "I :
1 1 r , ! trvt to.d i! ,i v. rv
..I ' , i ::i. hit.rt ell It.i
O t.-... find wo lmvi ivo
l. 1..'... il. I r.L-ui".
h i' v Jiit.i a now Jun-
H r.i.d 1 bilwrva liauy t'v-'k
- v t i
llwu-J-nl Wl tiyi .
Claudo 11 Ratekin snd Mis Ida
Copt-land were utarr'fd ht tbr
home of the bride's purer. n in
this tity on last Wed it h.v
ninjr at 7 o'oloeU, Rev. J. M.
Clark,f the First Baptist chur eh,
1"ho groom was (ronip'-ini' 1
by Mr. John Bear. The-bride's
maid was Miss Myrtle Aim.
After the hearty congratula
tions cftlie fifty, invited (juosts,
tho wedding party led tho way U
tho dining room, where sump
tons supper was served.
Many handsome and useful
presents were received.
Mr. and Mrs. Ratekin wiil
make their home at f th and Pop
Jacob Miller, or Grandpa
Miller, as he is familiarly called,
celebrated bis 77th birthday at
his home on west Poplar street
New Year day by having his chil
dren with him. A reunion of
this kind is always very pleasant,
and this was no exception.
Those of the children present
were Mesdames VanVoorbis and
Ferrell, with their families, of
Rich Hill; Jesse Miller and fami
ly of Appleton City, and his
granddaughter, Miss Blanche
Miller, of Kansas City.
May Grandpa Miller have
many more such happy birth
days. "Wer Burgess Captured.
"Wes" Burgess, the young
man who robbed Beasley's store
last October, was captured Mon
day at Richards by Constable
Thatcher of that p!ace. Consta
ble Stangle and the police officers
had a chase here Sunday trying
to catch Bargees, but he es
caped. Justice Pearson bound him
over to the February term of cir
cuit court on Tuesday, and fijeed
his bond at $1,000. Not being
able to give this amount, he was
taken to the county jail t BuUer.
TheTlUBCJCE has just turned
out some half sheet bills adver
tising Tor.y, the Convict." This
performance is to be put on at
the opera house Monday night,
January 13. The cast is made
up of home people, under man
agement of Harry Kelso, and it
is said they give a very credit
ablo show, and deserve liberal
The wolves are reported very
troublesome in tho surrounding
country. A well orgiw..d
"drive" during those tine winter
days might rrove beneficial to
the farmers and detrimental tu
A Mo. Pac detective was in
town this week on matters know n
only to himself. A detective's
chief qualification is knowing
how lo keep his mouth shut, and
'this gentleman was well up in
tho 'Vilcat art."
The change in the time of the
morning Ma Pacific passenger
train from the south affords fine
Plr uinty to the people cf Pan
ama tti.d Ai Uiur to do td. it trad
ing Rich Hill, and they are takirg
advantage of it.
Some of our coal operators have
reduced the pi ice of Imal eal to
seven cents per bushel. It would
Keem that now is an opportune
time for our people t lay in their
We apologize to our Willow
1 Grove correspondent fur making
the mistake in tho heading of her
items last week. ' Haven't heard
from Bellamy yet, but we apolo
gize to this correspondent also.
Miss Bertha Ray, wh is a stu
dent la the State Normal nt War
rensburg, returned to her s.ho,-l
work Tuesday, after spending
the holidays t heme. '
Mayor J. IC. Martin, district
deputy of th-j I. O. O. l l- dge.
was in AdrUn TueJ.ty nigl.t to
InsUll the liuw cci.rj if that
hf ti-it liitt In fnrm S!i 1 tirnV r
tlMi'M It 1 fi r than a
(lir.V. p.otiija, at'x it anl i-Uj J-r'--
j - r 1 ini!nt!ii(i b fii fpjuii, (Suva.
i in.f i,rr: Bii-j t Ijm r go v't -
r Nti't lilyti'r. V-nuk aoiwUrrrf
"l-ii.t," liut Kf! htixU lun
lwii; I J. -ud'-d upon.
I din Un ( 1 j.lTf Hiri-rt f'-r '-', rJ
err- i.f fnrin an l tlfutr l;,ti-U 1a
JU-jno'i.! county, .,, tint ai't.t
t.,r C1.U-nir coyjjiimy, acJ to I
hiiIwJI vi!.-l Isit'i fi met W-arr Irart
W tlllltlt lllf-f-.
Kvery tuati wiiHu to work-rao
5uy ai,d p.iy i.,t V m:r- within two
jrwra, nii j '.!-.irt Id f-r;.;: ct tl)
nine t;rii-. l Mhtful cjliuHt, pur
watf-; tlt-vmloa J-K-l V0 ft
blln-r than I'.at county. No ia
lir!fi. tJnoil farm LinJ; jikndid t2ts
grnnn o!!, mid tlx grvaU-it fruit
It is tin.- bvt ofTi-r you will ever
have. If you ant to own a larta
liom. 1 lit- Co in p any offt-rn work at
ood kiijhi to who liuj a V) or
lin?'), ni!'i l'3int-r at cost to'build
with about JliW ier thousand
1 bt-n? urv prot.ably frora to 6C)
Sf-ad of fuiui!i-s la i;nts couDty
who are landSe, aud there-fore tt-n-ant.
The greftt iiinjority of ttw
w i'd irobatly uercr acjuire a frm
bome on our high priced land.
Now, I want it understood that !f
you own a farm la I'atecout)tytand
are ecjoying robut Lealtb, I am not
taliviiig to you tetter tay la Bate
but to the lacilkis k'nant; to
thope who nave no hope of sculr
in a tana home la Rate. .1 caa and
do recommend thli IlevnoidH county
jiropoi-ttion. Again, I do not care
to talk to tho? w ho are not willing
to work foT a home, but, to thce
able ami willing to work, this is a
mre tl.Ir.'g. 1 went down there lat
k iih two H.itf county men.
mid tin y '.MLith bousbt. I looU-J It
over can.-fally. and roram n.l It to
ml l.tndleM n'u who wlrh to budd a
Thi prtc utUI Fib. Ut U only
7.o. jkt acre; one-twentk'th down,
and the lmlauss la 19 equal monthly :
paytiieuts, wlthut lnterwt. and j
work at good wage for every man
I ei;e-t to po down then? a fain
exeuralon date, January 1. Would
It not tf eemdtd" to tnret1irate this
1 1 ropiw.it Sun nt once, an ! le tvady to
no and ts for yonrseJf on that date?
The trij. will col you atout f "J. but
iio 'is j'arvd to t:i;ik the firt I-iy.
isu-r.t ua a 4; or au K' that U J15 or
$M. ;i-t ahead of the ruh, and
n do-!n ligation.
("inn" mid wv nu'.or write laenow.
iKdny w id te bud fur you.
W. o. A Tier so, :
Itut:-, r. Mo.
P. tv I w ill W in VX-U Hid Wc.1-
iii-i.ii.iy iiii(.-riii.u). Jan. 1j. aud all
Inten-sted may fhid me ty Iniiuiring
t the Triliune oi?i.
Postmaster Huckcby is quite
seriously ill. He is threatened
with pneumonia. The Judge's
many friends hope lo again see
him on duty at the postoffiee in a
Four young men of prominent
parentage have been arrcsdHl on
the charge of breaking into a
s.!nl house near Sehell City.
I the new ackntlSe remedy.'
The- best that money en buy.
fiurvrior to uvjthirjf ca tha rr.rVt.
CaarantM-d to giv irfct ti6.fcti3
Non-gri; ir.r, timuUtiv, cectik,
Crcateit. tnfiwia In iba wurkl
for laJ'i.'csi.a, Cu ea lis Suxs,
111 SltJSUCk, IjuI ii UKt LlS-
Try it and yva iU never.
i . r, cm wiylLL."
J. II. W AGM.R C0P.r
Fcrl MiJiton, lo .(.' S. X
Cured Instantly by
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i GREUT sEniriiiriiiiiL 3
I PA the "Bis Store
Z Until February 1st
H. t0m, M w in, -w
a B rnnf nr i t trri
.A few offerinss from tho Clothing
I Furnishing Goods Department.
I OIILY JIBOUT GO SUITS GLOTOES 3
I left, as Tve are discontinuing this line. 3
t They must go in this sale, regardless of 3
I cost. We have only sizes 34, 35. 36. 3
I It "will pay you to see these suits, from 3
Hen's 75c Overalls for COc
In drab only. A great'snap.
Men's and Boys Wool Sweaters at about 3
E One-Half Price. t
l : - 3
Never before have
been made on good Seasonable Her
A. 2d. Clakk,
W. C Stoneeiukct,
' Commercial State Bank,
RICH HILL, MISSOURI.
' Capita!, Paid Up. $25,000.
J. M. MvKIDtJCN, A.M. ClaKK. W. C. STONLLIURE!:,
C A. LAM.'. . JSO. T. WIIX),
Does a general banking business. We wast your account,
ft results. Our
testify to tho accuracy of this
statement. Got our rates.
Uj Erckea h Vi'i.
tVnver, the 12 yeir old on c f
RobL Cdrr, hJ a leg brv ken Jiat
Saturday in the Crr Puxlher'
cd mine, l.vUd just outh cf
t.wn. The irj-try wascAusi by
U:ir.s Ut. Wt.-le Ihe irjary
w as vwr.f-U it is hoped the httle
fc'.iew wi l s.n recover.
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JLiJiOuti Taci5c Time C4id.
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No. It I-av, ,.
n:' a. xa.
.1.' i. p. to.
So. W.mt -V ca.
wiT fot K.T. tr vtsVKAU
Niv t.. p. UV.
4 UsiTra 9.,Vi,tt.
"" uot n. .
Nviw ? Arrive.. a- ra. ,
Niv l I Arrttv. .Mil, fa.
Sv.t.5Arrtvva 1 V '
ll't tM'M. r. o! t (tAtt.
So. -s Arm. .......
Vi ) Arrtw.....
......lli.'i V. to
l X. 1 ilUV, A&l.
iV of rT.
t?g offer all Winter 5
frrl i 3 r r t
C2.0Q up 2
such Big Reduction
Jno. T. Wixwi'.v,
'Sir1 Ki:i:ij C2S! Hil;:xt
Ti;e '"Sly" N'.choia case, which
wis t rough! up in Bjtler Tues
day was postponed t- Monday.
Jaa 111. Ntcl.ois is l"ilitig tried
for a khvvting scraps ia oce of
the sihK Cs here.
The cases against Ji-ha Gar
risvti. Chss. Tel'.ero, and C.
S'.i ucW, t h e a - )
I charged wit! selliiu l.'-.juv t to U.A-
iK-rs, were broht up ia B-.'.U r
.Tuesday and ttinnnsd to thd
lbruary term of the clreiit
Miss U-iti Bi::;i H l. f. f. r
.Oiratd. Kansi. S-j:u1.v. after a
iwiiday viit with parvut i- V...
(.ht cue if t.
1 r-Lj cm er t..,e-. u il. V:
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