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CILt TO BANK ROBCLttS
Ecjslind F'ace V.hcrc
Several small boys were t-h'y-ir.g
around the fair grounds or.
the east tide Sattmbw rii' ii i) ;'
and found two bills t in in tv-o
and thrown down. J hoy bruu-lil
them to town end rtpoibd to
the bank, and several citizen
with Chief of Police In nc !.
went out to investigate.
In the Secretary's ofiUo ti e
party found a bar of soap, an
empty money sack, some rubber
bands and several ''straps" or
paper bands put around money
bugs to indicate the 'amount of
money in a sac'.: and by who.-,
counted. These articles were
identified by authorities in the
P. A M. Bank. Tliis hr.d cor
roberates the story of Mr.
"Wright heard the robbers J
going east in the alley bac. of
the bank. They undoubtedly
went down this alley and to the
fairgrounds, where, the no-ney
divided, and then they prol-
ably came back to town nd
mixed with the crowd, I, ..ungj, .tj ;,r. i!. c:.ue, however,
neit day. t i ; u ium .-e in tho opeixtion
The mystery of what bee:'.:ne t(t v; j U.o.m, there was a de-
of the robbers after the expj-'-Civae
ion is cleared up, although the jr.ue of 151, 0.W. Tho October
find does not aM-t in locating : -siaiemeiit of lic Missuuii Pucitic
them nnless some Sherl. It: r.r.cctvd a larger trade than for
Holmes can find a thumb print ti.e ha me u.ui.Ui the previous
onthebar of soap telling who did j-VUr, as there was a gain in the
the work. (operating revt-uu of ;'"Jt':,t100,
u.j t-Vk.tl hu-g.V increas in the
TKiinn snlin'rilicrs who are I
in arrears will con
calling aiui vUh"g
rnnnts at once. Wo
to improve tho paper
takes money to d j this,
call at once and you as
us will be tenefitted.
Tl.e latgofthe Place wo.,eun u
the bank robbers dnued Hj'j ftS the iUVfMV m lhal
atils diH-s ono g-.d thing; jUeB1 ,,tt!t autUl ono ltl,rd o!
hushes any fooh.lt and rw- tvrlvd for OvW0r.
fiit rrrwtrta that hav been CUCU- .
iui reports This is a creditubio unowmg, vn
j;a co at leas;, inuajuuvu as
Eggs for Hatching Wio.v
m.. ,.!. l?iL. S ('. llrown
Leghorns, 15 for 5(V: Ilodana, 15rl
for tl." Mrs. Jess Milher,
Hill, Mo. tf
Four negro. were ln:g
one time by an Alabama snob be
Cause they had been burning
Stores sad warehouses. They
Mrs. U. F. Moore and daugh
ttr, cf JJutler, usucu n-,m. ,
a this city last week- tov,- h..al ujoutuvl l'A'7 aLoUid b
cuuipurvsvcly good, unless the;
r.fil I S I (i 1 iyiilulM"' ,K'-i""a,
I have two farms of 2
acres each, all fairly well im
proved, to sell at right
140 acres A fine stock (arm.
Good house, 2 large biuns,
windmill, tank and other
$25 per aero.
The northeast quarter of
Sec. 8t Twp. :;., Kan go 111,
160 acres of nice stnoth lar.d
Good T riun Icnse, cud
I am, 5 l-'t; t'co
Farms of to acres in.d ui)
at right prices.
a a s - f
i,"!sscufi Pacific Earnings.
T i m.t re-pecls h- statement'
tko Mi-v.ui i IVc Ky-Co for
d- month of Nowtnl cr was 1 -ss
f.ivoa.ble than that fur the pre
Slll 'lll ). OS I HI' ( HOCIS I'l
V.ic t.anio were felt to a irreatfr1
..v..n i v ail t',.. m h oU dui ir "
e.xfnt i Hit loo ra.no.tuH wui u.
'":ir than during October.
In f.u t, although th; cnditiona
that brought about the pnnic
came to a head atx'ut the middle
of October, the rffett of what
fi.ip; vi.i'ii m au firt'ei uuihik
tU- !:o-t two wks of that month
extent in rrulroadtn-Pic prior to
wan not re:;eciej to any greai'
Novembtrl. For sever al months
beforo conditions in Wall Street
i ftiuif iii viraftiM iv r. -
es-r, th- .-an.iiigcf not a few of
ih railroadi !iad been steadily
d'.-criMiiir. On the other hand,
on soiiu- of the large ay steins,
noiablv the llK-h Island, large
jlK l-, s
wore md during,
July, August and September.
The Missouri Pacific did very j
well in September an to its gross . among the crowd and asks for cannot be used because the ap
i fceipts.tiie increase being $2'J0,-. change for a $5 bill. He counts ; proacber have not been built.
J i.i c'4iip-iris..ti with tho cor-'.
li.!j,!:u,..!r i;,ni,Ui nl the rv-
in tho net operating rev-
it ul operation than during the'
.. . i. s i i.. 1
8c-jHb.utttiecreso of Sv.twu in j
iyv.iv i. -v ..v...
i . . . , ii k-. . m i 1 . . ii iiii.hi il n in
and it i n'f .nuuiu;i, nuftter, iiicio
Please j wus a uet i e..e of i mJ.Ooj in the
will as !gos ieve.pi, but appaieutly
tiiC U-uOLellieOl. IUi 40iM to von
Itrui too cost, oi owcitiUuu tu a
'very lew vi too iaigj ri;roua
! oioma were uOlo to get mucU
r , .,,
oiiug ttieui a.ja even su lair
jptopniou to i ao Sailing utl in
limine. Hev.tni.sool llio auiiiilvr
j gios revenue lor ovvmoer, a
iai ger itccicaso lu net varmngs
Oy over jlOO.vX'O was reported
Uin lor Uvlouer. It tnoMia
tsuuii I'ttcii.e iuatiiigt uieiit uid a
weti in the matu-r ot controlling
UapeUses lvr L'eCeUiOer as It Uld
AsuXvUlUcr (liio stau-ment lor
ial fin lau.to m lao ututn cd
busue-AS ii.ti.C. '. vi.
The one story frame housoof:
Mt.-, t'o.ite, oil 1st rtiol Cednrj
bunted Saturda !
t!!" i ll :g at one o-:o.i. Ktel'.V-l
t!ii;.g burned hut a trunk j
Hi d a few i hairs.
.niilnrin wa-.tvirr.i-d 1: uoout
11 uVIock Saluidar i.ikht and it
was found that the Parker Cigar
Factory on H. Oth St., whs in
ihtme, Tlx' building vv.vs Mived
but the Mock of tobacco wan
ruined by tho smoke and water.
Ceo. S-.tiith, v.h. ha
been i-iling lel.ttiViH la t!.'
:tV l.U' !i Weolv. Llail'.'-it to I.Ol I
lii-me in Huiivr Fiida.v. lhr
d lv. ht.-r, M iv Chas. Ihirrows
went hi n o with 1-vr and sp i t
tho day hi Hut ! r.
l.-t lave jcur ii scrit V-..U,
SOME FRAUDS AhD G'AFJS.
A FfiW tf ta UfohS VU'.l'i
fcf . firareri izi U- X.
,,mL. ..Knn,t. vr.rt-o.hn.
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nd we will yive a brief outline;
ttt ., -mmAn
(jliHEN OOOm CAME.
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iiie Rriir ms.cs ioe I'cisoxi
ininn ne js going w a.
i . i : 4 1.
money for a httle, and show.oii
cr" havs it. the crook wrai " ie
Tl 1,..-, t,r. ni l, v.i
P n1 switth . tnrf
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attes V" J1'! ;
i fD ",m ,n" ,""" W'
until lie gets nonie, as soine o ,e
will rob him. When lie untie t
tho bundle he finds a pile of
newspapers cut the sii of green
backs. SHORT CHANGING.
The short change artist us
ually follows the circus and goes
the chahge siowly and cti rectlj
in his palm so the viciira can see
; that it is correct and then tarns ;
; it into the hand of the unlucky
ione, holding some back by gripp-j
ing it with the muscles m the;
palm of his home.
THE UJST RING.
This is a clever scheme that
has ben worked of late years.
A prosperous individual comes
into a small place wearing a big
diamond ring and after staying
t awhile, loses it and offers a big)
reward. In a few days a tramp j
Rpprollcj,eS some person who!
knows about the loss and ? j fcl good to thick that people
fers to sell the ring he has ffusil ' tn-St to see our aper, and would
Of coarse the man approached j suggest that they keep their con
gives him $25 for it and tries to' science clear by depositing a
getthellUO reward. The ring dollar and receive the paper for
tarns out to bo an imitation 'one ear, and not tak another
worth probably 75 cents and both j man's paper, at least until ie has
thw man who lost tho ring and '
the tinder are both out of sight
THE SHELL GAME.
This is to old to explain but
atM'iinu tt-tirt A1 it. iinn riT
it can rent
assured that ho will como out later aute railre-td Tuurs
loser. day. It began at UxU o'clock,
GOLD BraciC GAME. ja. m., and ttio bridge was com-
This is worked a good deal like plete 10 :W p. m. Ta boat
tho green good gama Tho ; - delated because the water
promoter really has a gold brick ' the ditch got so low it had to
nd a duplicate of at that is bacK us and uig deeper to gt
aorthto and kiimolimo dnrinu
the transaction switches bricks.
A recent game has come to
light where a man is gotten to'
FAI) CA1 F
I Uli OILL
A gciud 6 ufiv trft ulvirtnn
tv bivU 1 1 111 ft room Intuit. lou.
lu aouii r.-plr, Oaro, tl.Uk.-a
liuu-K', coru vtio, ih itt wuU
Irtill ntid Ix-irU'. Kd toll Iti Mil
ni.-iil jiirtv for vlilel.rn inl frvilt,
.siiiip at f UJO, t( titki'U lu i,i
lino drlvliiir tiorm.
U. S. G. PROWELL
RICH IHLL. MO
Mphi, nam at the top cf a
n a book. for southing r
and later hwv,v.r that a
an ijn i.jji.uy i...; .;r-'i i n r
ti. ',. of the fch-'t iri'l Ii;
:grii. hi name to the rote.
in the ricar, while, il.f
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b-nc and the graftr has d sap
Vie might goon and cnuu;eraU
hundreds of such schemes to get
Mj'.cii turns one against t;;e
itranger, The majority of
! strangers tho' r honest, or ar
.ron. graners ana tnieves so a
person should treat
You may be travel-
!c yourself sometime. But be-
, ware of the other man's t'arr.p.
; jjc j, rrt iSnt;r,
gie his money awsy.
Bridge Nat Isci.
The bridge over the drainage'
ditah on the Rich Ilili-Butler road
teen finished some time but
, lWpio mho use this road are
icompiaining because of the alow
nss ja attending to this matter
as they have to drive several
tnik-s to gtt across the ditch.
This matter shots Id be attended
to at once, as people living north
! of the ditch cannot drive to Ilich
Sniped Kis Paper
A aubscriber came to this of-
nee list week and complained
that somebody was always run
ning away with his Tribnne. We
sevu it himself.
Ar.stfcsr cat Crsssij Rsilrczl.
ThO Dredge boat at wcrki
..n r.t t!.;a .i-..,hH
uunun tb vt . i ii o v. . . J , ti v.-atu
laeir UOUe Ooal BClOSS IUO true
Somebody cut the Isarness cn
the horse cf Geo. Phiibrick to
pieces Sunday night while he
was attending church in this
city. This is one e-f he most
contf mplttble, cowan v tiicks
that can be done and if thelO
guilty parties are rppieher.ded
they should be punished sou re
The Postallsw requiring pish
hshers to put pistago on ail pa
pers sent to dehquei.ls gov s into
ctTect April 1st. See that )i-u
are on the safe side as we sh.ll
comply with ihe law. If 30.1
have rel ieved a statement p!eae
alliiid to tho matter at once. II
you haven't, you will revievecr.e
in a fa.v days.
S3 tliitlir.3 Kdtcs
After March - this paper will
ii. t club with any vthcr paper.
Wo are trying t piint a p.ipr
w tilth tho money w.'.hcut ar.y
pn'tt.iun.'S and think that th
readers of the TuiniNt. w;,!
aivvwvtli when we say we vie
net want l gue our prcSt to
he rational p. t relic.! v
Th i"r f T' - "T-,. . . ,
who was krr Jdt-.I f re th-a r.-rn
fiUil bridge cot-r the Mirt.'s Je
Cypres river, foar miles r.orth
of this oty, was fozrA at I t.
Saturday ft-?rnn bv t:.?-
i "ttehargtr ae&rcLIr f arty.
inf txxjj was 1032-1 ;n the ry.-t-tora
of the carrc-tt about CO yard
below the bridge and as is in
excellent tate c-f pre w; ration.
The IkkIj had been in the watr!
for ten days. j
Tl.e boy's fathtr was cn the'
bridge when he was dro-xz'ii
and had sided in the s--rch f r
the iKxjy those long tea days. The
body was brought to the Wheel
barger Undertaking rooirs and
the corner noticed. Ti;e. re
mains were, taken to Cleveland,
Ohio, Monday for LariaL
Trower wato have been trar
rlek within a month. lie was a
nephew of the superintendent of
construction company fnr
wfiicn be was working and the
company had told Mr. WLetlbar
ger to spare no expense ia tini
ing the remains.
A- Ci- Keast left Monday
for Sprisgfeld where he will at
tend the M. E. Conference. He
-hn r -.J;.: .
v .iiliUji lil l'i.5'ltil,,
We will give our readers a
chance to read the St. Louis Re
public, daily rural route edition,
and tho Tribune one year for
l.oO. It is perhaps tho best of
fer we have made in this line.
Get our prices before buying. Al
ways in the market for Grain,
Seeds and good hay.
copies Elevator Co, R
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A M. ClaKiv, W. C. Su'Nt.iitiut.n, Jv. "i Vu.ivi
Pres. VleoPrc. CLier.
Commercial State Bank,
U1CH HILI MISSOURI.
Capital, Paid Up. S23,000.
J, M. MvKlliKKS. A. M.i LtUK. W, C . 1'UM: t St.VK Lit,
t'. A. LAN.:. JS'.KT. NVtl.S.'V,
2 We invite new ace
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o every aeon
ivti'i co:is.t rt iv 1 ,
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Tt xr.cst tc-z'.?ttzi'ut faira f tr A:i th r.cvt
ict'.;'.nt: to!4Farr.i c.Kth?:: a:.j-.vrrt4 tj 4
dract.val farmtr aui cipetuatvr L"ii.d wbit
yoa w sr.t la nukst if; c:i.
One Year 25 cents.
Address Tilt! WEEKLY STAK, City,.!,-.
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Geo. C. Conover,
DR. G. X. SHARP.
j Ard Maunfactorer of
FamiJj Kmdirft. : :
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