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I AT THE CHURCHES-
Walnut Street M. E. Church.
Sunday School nt 0:15 a. in.
Preaching fit 11 ft. in.
Junior League nt 2:H0 p. in.
EpworthLoiiguent o:.10 p. m
Preaching at 7..'!0 p. in.
Prayer meeting on Thursday
evening at 7:fl0.
The public are cordially invit
ed to attend.
A. G. Keast, Pastor.
M. E. Church, South.
Sunday School at 9:13.
Preaching at 11a. m.
Junior League at 2 p. m.
Senior League at 6:H0 p. m.
Preaching at 7:30 p. m.
Everyone cordially invited to
attend the services.
William II. Hargrove,
R. R. TIMETABLES 1
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No. 208 Leaves 11:."9 m.
No. 210 Leaves 1:27 p.m.
No. 20C Leaves 7:20 a in.
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No. 407 I .cave 1:43 p. m.
No. 409 leaven 5:50 a. 111
No. 209 Arrive 5:30 a. n
No. 207 Arrives 1:12 p. m.
No. 205 Arrive P-m
BAST ROOD, FT. W'OTT CKNTRAI..
No. 408 Arrives 11:45 p. m
No. 410 Arrive 10:10 p. ir
It. A. Bailkt, Agt.
Representative L. M. (Srlffllh.
Ilrcult J u.l.re U. A. Denton.
Probate Judge J. A. Silvers.
8herirt-C. F. Heard.
Circuit Clerk U. T. Emtiiw.
County Clerk C. i. Weeks
Recorder I. M. Smith. '
Treasurer W. It. Bell.
Pros. Atty. W. 15. Dawson.
School Corn. A. I Ives.
8urveyor K. U. Perron.
Administrator J bo. Hayes.
Coroner O. V. Kenlck.
PresldlDK Judge J. F. Harper.
Associate " A. 1). Hyde.
Rich Hill Brick &. Tile Factory
100,000 3, 4, , and 8-inch
Tile in our yards ready for the
3- inch . $12.50 "per 1,000.
4- inch . 16.50 " "
6-inch . 30.00 " "
8-inch . 50.00 " . "
10-inch . 85.00 " "
n-inch . 'r 100.00 " "
Will soon have vitrified and
building brick for sale at factory
II. M. BOOTH, Mgr.
Meetings of Township Hoard
First Wednesday after llrst Tues
day In April.
First Tuesday ufter flrwt Monday
Third .Monday of Novernler of
acu year at cilice of the township
See. us for printing.
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First Fresbyteiian Church
Sunday School, i' l a.
Junior Endeavor, .'!:H p. in.
Preaching nt 1 1 a. m.
Christian Endeavor, (hW p. m.
Prayer Meeting ever.7 Thurs
day nt 7:30 p. in.
Preaching at 7:0 p. m.
W. H. Chanckllok, Pastor.
German Ev. Lutheran Church.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Preaching at 10:30 a. m.
English preaching nt 9 p. m.
Everybody is cordially invited
to attend these services.
Cim. IJunge, Pastor.
Catholic Church Services
Services :st and 3rd Sunday
Mass at 8:00 a. m.
Rev. Father Murphy, Pastor.
Frisco Time Table.
No. 112, rajwenger, 12.01 p. m.
No. 114. Mixed 4 30 p. m.
No. 113, Mixed 9.30 a, m.
No. 111. Paiwenjjer 3.50 p. m.
No. 112 connects at Linton with
day trains for Texas and Oklahoma
No. 114 connects at Pleasanton
with fait trains tor Texas and Ok
lahoma points, and tor Memphis
and the southeast; also with local
passenger for Kansas City, arriving
a Rons' s City 10.00 p m.
O. Ii. Conovkr, Agt.
Republican County Central Commutes
A list of the township committee
men. You may ueed this tor refer
ence Save It.
MiiiKo Dr. 8. Miller
(irand Kiver J H. Thompson
Deer Creek II. A. McKoU rts
Cast Doolie 11 F. Boiling
West Hoone West Doone
West Point J. W. Zortman
l'.IWhurt Kills Hand
Mound Charles Tluimous
Chaw nee c. V. Fentoii
Spruce I A. ISeaman
Deepwater J. A. Borland
Summit ...M. II. Prloe
liarlotte J. K. Spnrks
Homer Joe Whlunery
Wnlnut Wm. Lyle
New Home J S. Taylor
Lone Dak E. C Ilequn
Pleasant (iap E E. Morllla
Hudson J. M. Drown
Hockvllle B. S. Shsrpless
Prairie Nathan Shockey
Osage Dr. U. A. Delamater
Howard T. C. Wilson
Mt. t'leosaut... Dr. Ly le.Chalrman
First church of Christ, Scientist.
Sunday School, 9:15 a. in.
Service at 11 a, in.
Testimonial Meeting on Wed
nesday at h 00 p. in.
Heading Room open on Wed
nesday from 3 to 5 p. in.
All cordially invited.
'fcTell your friends they should
read the Tribune during the cam
paign of i;o8. We have stopped
all clubbing and cut rates but
think you will find the paper
worth the $1.00 asked for it.
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Cct Busy -Lei's Win.
To the working Republicans of
It is suggested that
in every couuty and city in the
stat 'Tuft and II adley" clubs
should bo formed and, if the num
her of voters warrants, such a
club slwuld bo organized in each
township and ward.
Invitations to memship should
be extended to all voters who
favor the election of Ta ft for pres
ident and Hadley for Governor
and who sign an application for
The usual form of organization
should be followed by having a
President, Vice-Presidents and
Secretary, The by-laws should
be as simple as maybe, tofurnish
a guide as to the purposes of the
organization, and provisions
should be made to make the clubs
active working factors in secur
ing the largest possible number
of members and to aid in getting
voters to the polls on election day.
Special care should be exercis
ed to enlist "first voters." .
Correspondence is invited, and
where the membership justifies,
the State committee will endeav
or to assist in securing buttons,
badges, banners and possibly
uniforms for marching and flam
Walter S. Dicky,
Kansas City, Mo., July 7, 1008
Fassln of the Blonde,
An alarmed writer in the Con
temporary Review predicts that
the blonde type of human is des
tined for early extinction and
that the brunette wi'l inherit the
earth. "Everywhere," he says,
"the conclusion is the same a
dark type supersedes the fair."
To this testimony is added the
opinion of Professor Mason of
the Smithsonian institution, that
in six short centuries a man or
woman ef light complexion will
be hard to find.
We are assured that the blond
es are "burning themselves out,"
becauee they take upon themsel
ves the burdens of the world's
wars, while those of olive skin
remain at home and multiply. It
is pointed out that the blonde is
really less fitted for city life than
the brunette. There are more
blondes in the country than in
the cities, notwithstanding the
.'fact that the country population
is more exposed to the tincturing
effect of the sun.
Dark skinned people have the
greatest resistance to the unfav
orable conditions of city life and
can withstand impure air, dark
quarters, congestion and poor
food longer than their blonde sis
icrs ana oroiners. When a
blonde goes to the city he raises
child ren darker than himself, and
within a few generations a pro
nounced brunette type is evolved
from blondo stock, merely
through effect of urban environ
It may bo an unhappy day
when the world will no longer
numder its quota of blondes. In
a variegation o f complectior.g,
from they verv liirht tn tha rlarLr
there is attactiveness, and the
passing of the blonde would
leave the globe to a monotonous
contemplation o f millions o f
people of unvarying swarth. -Kansas
Parties sending for back num
bers of the Tribune for a certain
article khould give the date when
the taid article appeared. If the
exact date is not known tell the
Meeting Datei of Courts.
Circuit rourt im-U la Butler lt
Momluy la February, May and
County court inw-t lat Mou1ny la
February, May, Aujcimt and No
1'robnUs court niceta 2nd Monday
n February, May, August d No-
lias two parks.
Has three railroads.
Has eleven churches.
H is two good banks.
lias good deep well water.
Has its own street lighting
Has some of the largest stores
in the county.
Has excellent public and high
Has a fast amatuer base ball
Has some of the fastest horses
in the state.
Has one daily and three week
Has two big brick and tile
works one under construction
Has coal, water, gas and rail
road facilities for any industry
looking for a location.
Watch Rich Hill grow.
Dreamed of tier Little Son's
We often read stories of
strange revelations in Dreamland
but it is very seldom that things
of that sort actually occur.
A case happened right here in
our own community, however,
last week, where a dream actually
saved the life of little Albert, the
eighteen months old child of Mr.
and Mrs. Bert Pease.
Mrs. Pease was sleeping in the
house. In her dreams she saw
her little boy playing in the tall
weeds all unconscious of the ap
proach of a mowing innchino,
with its wicked knives greedy
for his little body. Nearer and
nearer came the machine and
more and more intent seemed the
ittle fellow in his play in the pud
die of water hidden In the weeds
The awful fright awakened the
mother and so real had the pic
ture appeared that she rushed
frantically to the door and saw
her husband mowing weeds a
long the roadside. Waving her
arms she gave a frcnaied scream
for him to stop, which he did just
in time, for tlere, within three
feet of the sickle bar, was the
little boy, playing in a pool of
water, exactly as she had seen
him in her dream.
The weeds had concea ai the
little fellow from his father V
view, and one more step of the
horses would have litterally cut
his little body in two.
This Is where a very bad dream
turned out to be a very good one.
Eicunion rates Via The
Missouri Pacific Railway.
Summer touriat tickets on nale
daily to Colorado, Utah, Oregon,
California, and Old Mexico, at
very low rates, rvturn limit of
tickets Octrber 31 ht.
Homeseekers tickets on hale to
all southwestern, western and
northwestern states and Canadn,
July 7 and 21, August 4 and 1.
Sept. 1 and 15, Oct. 0 and 'Jt,
Nov. 3 and 17, Dec. 1 and 12, i e
turn limits 21 and '60 days from
date of sale.
R P. O. lv, Dallas, Texas.
Tickets on sale July 0 to 13, re
turn Aug. 8. if 17-10 for round
Ii. A. IJah.ky, Agent.
Tho Y. M. C. A. boy, who car
ried a messogo from New York
to Chicago in half mile relays
made the trip in 1 1 1 hours.
We wonder how long it wou'd
take a line of base ball player,
placed fifty yards apart to pass a
bane ball over the same distance.
No doubt it would be done in fast
JUST PARAGRAPHS f
r.rceiy Hftt( h cf Pointed Parographs g
Scientifically Swiped. 8
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noioimi loolc i no induction.
The talk of a sano fourth h is
boon superceded by t,:,t ,,f
lha person who loafs twelve j
months out oT the year seldom
does himself or any else any good. I
Don't it ni8ke you hot both
mentally end phykalily to be
standing in the .shade mopping
sweat and have some follow sn ; .
"Ain't it hot?"
A traveling man called at thi
office several days ro with a
great premium offer to catch
subscriptions. We do not want
people to take our paper for some
premium but because they want
to read it. The success of a
newspaper depends upon the
news it contains not upon free
premiums and catch penny
Young men, let us give you the
benefit of our observation. We
have noticed that at least nine
tenths of the 'young men who
have been before the courts for
misdemeanors are those who
take no interest whatever in ed
ucation, seldom reading a news
paper and are always ready t
make fun of other young men
who use correct language and
try to be somebody. It comes
natural to them to discourage the
studious and ambitious young
men of their aquaintance. Their
minds run toward dirty stories,
midnight sprees and bad com
pany. This in a short time means
trouble, a sheritT's invitation to
court and a tine or a term in jail.
Rep blicai Congresses
Passed the Homestead Iaws.
Issued the present legal ten
der. Passed present internal reven
Established equality of suff
rage. P.issed Civil Rights Act giving
all persons equal protection of
Passi d all pension laws.
Passed laws protecting mining.
Established railway mail serv
ice, free delivery, rural free
d olive i y.
Established Life Saving Serv
Endowed public M-hooN, Bgri
cultural colleges, etc.
Passed the customs r.ct, insuring
justice in collection of duties.
Passed International copyrigh
Admitted Kansas, Nebraska,
Neviul.i, Colorado, North Dakota,
South D.ikota, Washington, Moii
tana, Idaho, Wyoming and OUIa
hoina a.s states.
Passed the anti trust law.
Established Cold Standard.
Passed all customs and tariffs
now in operation.
The Republican party has met
every crisis coming before it and
is stronger today than ever be
When You Choke, Raise Your
"Raising the left arm as high
as you can, will relievo choking
much more rapidly than tho act
of thumping one's back" said a
physician, "and it is well that
every omj hhould know it for
often a person gets choked w hile
eating where there is noono near
to thump him. Very frequently
at meals and 'when they are at
,'l.iy tUUicii gtt ik'iud while
Luck aimnlv me,..w ..,;.
- Oi;o (hinge r of nerenliiavigiition
i being I .st in tl,0 clouds.
The eli.'te city of IJo.stoii has
b.'con c the frontier city of ti e
day. Ihindits shot eight pxip'o
there last week.
If disinterested parties were
'ho' iie-i who put in charges of
pei icious activity "peo,i!e might
i c re often take them seriously.
One thing we haw observed a
bout tin? selection of ju'ys, and
that is that the man who has
plenty of time is seldom chosen.
People put more faith in the
judgement of those who are busy,
Mary had a little lamb, its
fleece was white as snow; itstry
ed away one day, where lambs
should never go. And Mary sat
her quickly down and tears
streamed down her eyes. She
never found the lamb because
she did not advertise. And Mary
had a brother John who kept a
village store; he sat him down
and smoked a pipe, and watched
the open door. And as the people
passed along and did not stop to
buy. John still sat and smoked
his pipe and blinked his sleepy
eyes. And so the sheriff closed
him out, but still he lingered
near, and Mary came to drop
with him a sympathetic tear.
Ho; is it sister, can you tdl,
why other merchants here, sell
all their goods so readily and
th.ive from year to year? Rem
embering her own bad luck the
little maid replies: "These other
fellows get there, John, becuuno
they advertise."- Kx.
eating and tho customary man
ner of relieving them is to slap
them sharply on 'the buck. Tho
effect of this is to net the ob
struction fice. The same thing
can be brought about by raising
the left hand of a child as high as
possible and the relief comes
much more quickly In happen
ings like this there should be no
alarm, for if the child sees that
the older people get excited the
effect is bad. The best thing to
tell the child is to raise its left
arm and immediately tho diffi
culty passes away. N. Y. Press
PGR THE BOY 03 GIRL
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