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; a y THE CHURCHES-
JY nut Strett It. E. Church.
f1 i(ay School at 9:45 a. in.
1 cbing at 11 a. n.
Junior League at 2.30 p. in.
worth League at 0:00 p. m
Preach in a at 7.80 p. m.
Prayer meeting on Thursaay
The psblic are cordially invit
t4 Vj attend
A. G. Kkast, Pastor.
21. E. Church, South.
Sunday School at 9:45.
Preaching at 11 a. m.
Junior League at 2 p. m.
Eenior league at 6:30 p. m.
Prcfichisg at 7:30 p. m.
Everyone" cordially invited to
attend the services.
WlLUAM IL Hargrove,
I R. R. TIME
Kisiouri Pacific Time Card.
HOCTR BOUND. ST. !OrM AND C
Ko. SOS Leaves 11 . m.
Ko. J10 Leave 10:27 p.m.
Ko. 109 Leave ..7:20 a, m.
WHT BOCTfD, TT. SCOTT CENTRAL.
JfK 407 Leave... 1:45 p. m.
Ko. 4S9 Leave 5:50 a. m
So. JOS Arrive -5:30 a, id
ft: 5(07 Arrive 1:12 p. ra.
Bo. ?05 Arrive 9 AQ p.m
AST BCTTJfD, IT. SCOTT CK.STKAL.
ffa. 403 Arrive.. ............11:45 p. m
Ko. 410 Arrive 10:10 p. tr
R. A. Bailzy, Agt.
Jipreeatatlre L. M .".Griffith.
Ureult Judge C A. Denton.
Probate Judge J. A. Silver.
Cherts C. F. Beard.
Circuit Clerk D. T. Embree.
County Clerk C. G. Week.
Recorder L VI. Smith.
Treasurer W. K. Bell.
Pro. Atty. W. B. Dawson.
School Com. A. L. Ive.
Surveyor E. B. Borroa.
Administrator J bo. Hayes.
Coroner O. F. Itenick.
Presiding JudgwJ. F.Harper.
Associate " -A. I). Hyde,
Rich IliU Brick & Tile , Factory
100.000 . 4.. . and 8-inch
Tile In our yards ready for the
t 85.00 "
Will soon have vitrified and
iuilding'lrick for sal at factory
II. M. BOOTH, Mgr.
rje-etlnjfs of Township Hoard
First Wednesday alter first Tue-
tJar In April.
First Tuesday after first Monday
Third Mouday of Novemtier of
achyear at office of the township
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first Presbyterian Church.
Sunday School, 9:15 a, m.
Junior Endeavor, 8.00 p. m.
Preaching at 11 a. ui.
Christian Endeavor, C:.10 p. ni.
Prayer Mooting every Thurs
day at 7:S0 p. in.
Preaching at 7:00 p. in.
W. B. Chanceuxhi, Pastor.
German Ev. Lutheran Church.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Preaching at 10:00 a. m.
English preaching at 8 p. in.
Everybody is cordially invited
to attend these services.
Chr. Bunge, Pastor.
Catholic Church Services
Services ist and 3rd Sunday
Mass at 8:00 a. ra.
Rev. Father Murpby, Pastor.
Frisco Time Table.
No. 112, rtwwenjirr 12.01 p. in.
No. 114, Mixed 4 SO p. m.
No. 113, Mixed 9.30 a. ra.
No. Ill, Passenfrer......... 3.30 p. m.
No. 112 connect at Linton with
day trains for Texas and Oklahoma
No. 114 connect at Pleasanton
with fast train tor Texa and Ok
lahoma point, and for Memphis
and the southeast; also with local
passenger lor Kansas City, arriving
a Kaua' City 10.00 p. m.
G. B. CoKOvxR, Airt.
Excursion rates Via The
Missouri Pac ic Railway.
Summer tourist tickets on sale
daily to Colorado, Utah, Oregon,
California, and Old Mexico, at
very low rates, return limit of
tickets October 31 st.
Home l- ic tickets on Bale to
all southwestern, western and
nort hwcMein tate and Canada,
July 7 and 21, August 4 and IS,
Sept. 1 and 15, Oct. 6 and 20,
Nov. 3 and 17, Dec. 1 and 12, re
turn limits 21 and SO. day from
date of sale.
B. P. O. E., Dalla, Texa.
Ticket on sale July 9 to 13, re
turn Aug. 8. 117.10 for round
R. A- Bailey, Agent.
First church of Chr-st, Scientist
Sunday SchoM, 9:45 a. in.
Service at 11 a, m.
Testimonial Meetirg on Wed
nesday at 8 .00 p. m.
Reading Room open on Wed
nesday from 3 to 5 p. tn.
A'l cordia'ly invited.
Parties sending for back nam
bcrs of theTribuno for a certain
article ahuuld give the date when
the said article appeared. If the
exact date is not known tell the
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The Girl In Rcl
Mr. Alan Rogers, tlio famous
southern critic, says;
When a man gets too olJ to
take a day off when tho circus
comes to town it is time for hlro
to get busy with his will, or have
the doctor In to overhaul his
liver. The man who does not
care for the sights and sounds of
the sawdust arena is certainly
badly out of joint somewhere.
This Scl's-Floto circus is tho
limit. The writer has never been
able to care very much for the
four ring show with elevated
stage and hippodrome attach
ment. How is one man to watch
four rings at once, keep tab on a
bicycle act on the elevated stage
and pick the winner of the hippo
potamus race, at one and the
same time? This is not a safe
thing for the eyes, besides send
ing one away with the feeling
that he has missed something.
When you go to the circus you
want to see it all, and that is the
charm of the Sells Floto show.
From first to last every act is
snappy and up-to date, and yon
can't miss a bit of it unless you
shut your eyes.
But the great hit of the long
program is the girl In lied" the
ittle lady who does the bareback
act. Her name is a mystery.
gentle reader, but she looks as if
it might be Mary or some other
old fashioned name. She is just
a fresh, unspoiled little girl, the
neatest, dantiest little girl that
ever wore fluffy skirts or jumped
through a hoop.
The old-timers sat up and took
notice when she danced into the
ring. In fact, one enthusiast ex
pressed his feelings by. sitting
up so straight he fell over back
wards. There are so many good
features in the Sella-Floto pro
gram it is entirely worthy a visit
when it comes here on Tuesday,
An Gift frand,
An exchange relates how an
old fraud is being worked in
Nerth Missouri, by an enterpris-
ng faker. Equipped with two
watches, one having a faiut the
other a loud tick and many bot
tles of liniment he goes to work
curing deaf people. The partic
ulajr individual worked in a car
riage. By offering to cure one
or more free he gets his victim
up in the buggy, applies the
watch having the weak tick tc
the ear, returns the watch to his
pocket, applies some of his light
cing liniment, does considerable
talking and rubbing, and winds
up by applying the other watch
the loud one to the ear. After
this cure he makes probably a
dozen sales and then incites fur
ther interest by making another
Cash in Aslvanct.
By January 1st we hope to have
the Tribune book'in shape to run
a fctrictly cash in-advance busi
ness, and to do this we must
collect from delinquents. If you
get a statement from us plase
attend to the matter at once. It
is a business matter and should
be attended to in a business like
Where we send a statement
and receive no reply, we wP be
compelled to send the account t
a col'ecting agency. This applies
only to those who have absolute
ly ignored our letters. Plea.se
attend to this matter.
Tell your friends they should
read the Tribune during the cam
paign of 1,08. We have stopped
all clubbing and cut rates but
think you will find the paper
worth the f i.oo.atked for it.
Rich IliU will observe Ibor
Day, Monday, Se;t. 7, 1U08.
U. F. Sanders of Nevada was a
Get Busy -Let's Win.
To the working Republicans of
It la suggested that
In every couuty and city in tho
state "Taft and II adley" clubs
ahould bo formed and, If tho nam
ber of voters warrants, such a
club should bo organized in each
township Rnd ward.
Invitations to meunship should
be extended to all voters who
favor the election of Ta ft for pres
ident and Radloy for Governor
and who sign an application for
Theustial form of organization
should be followed by having a
President, Vice Presidents and
Secretary, The by-laws should
be as simple as maybe, to furnish
a guide as to the purposes of the
organization, and provisions
should be made to make the clubs
active working factors in secur
ing tho 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, 1903
A young farmer who had great
conceit, little discretion and
scarcely any education presented
himself once at a Presbyterian
conference and said he wished to
be ordained as a preacher. "I
ain't had any great learning," he
said frankly, "but reckon I'm
called to to preach. I've had a
vision three nights running.
That's why I'm here,"
"What was your vision?" in
quired one of the elders.
"Wel I dreamt 1 see a big,
round ring in the sky, an' in the
middle of it was two great let
ters P. C. I knew that meant
Presbyterian Conference and
here I am."
There was an uncomfortable
pause which was broken by an
elder who knew the young man
and was well aquainted with the
poverty of his family and the
neglected conditions of his farm.
"I haven't any gift at reading
visions," said the old man grave
ly as he rose from his seat, "but
I'd like to put it to my young
friend whether he doesn't think
it possible those two letters may
have stood for "Plant Corn?"
Cecil Chovertou of Kich Hill
will fill tho puloit at the Chi is-
tian church Sunday Uiorulrg
The business man who doesn't
advertise is like a fellow who
winks at a pretty girl in the
dark. Neither does any good.
Mr. Mack Webster and Mrs.
Florence Cook, both of near
Rhinehart, were united in mar
riage at Rich Hill last Sunday.
The bride i a daughter of Mr
and Mrs. A. Weaver of noulh of
tho river and has many friends
in that locality. The groom ro
cently came here from Knna
and is an industrious young tna .
They will reside in Nevada wheii
lie has a K)bition in tho railroad
yards. The Times extends con
Meeting Dates of Courts.
Circuit eourt imi-ts in liutler 1st
Moiiitii.r In Krtiruiiry. May
County court niei ta lt M'jn(jy ,
FVt.rury. Mny, Auif,, tttl(1 No
Proh.it court meets Sul Mondny
a Kel.ruiry, M,vy, Auijuhi auJ No.
M ka Hk
Why list your Farm, City Property and Merchandise
for Sale or Exchange with real estate brokers In other lo
calities? When yon eiin ir t In tmu li with pnirtlciilly nil f.f tin-in nd
Innnln-iU tht you never lifnrof. nil vr the Ml!..l. ami
Missouri Volleys, I lie Southwest ami Northwest, ly llHtliitf
your ro) i lli-H with the
Central Go-Operative Realty Go ,
Or Rich Hill, Ho.
We hnre eo-operntlires scattered from New York to Sun
Krftnili'eo and Henttl". nd from the Dominion of t'uiuidit to
New Orlennsitnd the Illy of Mexico.
it yon wwtit tn liny or "ell, tt will wt.V you to se us. Wo
have on onr lists, l-'iirms. Itnm-hci. riinii.ition, e rult. Nuar,
Wheat find AlfnlfH.IUee, Cotton. Ornnire . Truck-rlen. oil.
tins, C011I. Tlmlwr. irrigated, Irrliitnlile or Dry liui-U nt.
most Attriu-Mve irh-e. V also hnve sotiin very nttnn tlve
ColonUntlon 1'roinwltlon tn Khihhx, dkl iliooui; Tcxns,
IjOiilHhinu, hlorhln, The Dnkotns, Missouri hikI Moiitima.
We make a specialty of Bates County property.nnd
will be pleased to see or hear from you. Call Room
No. 1, up the first stairs west of Postofliee. or
Telephone No, 162, , P 0 Dox Ka. 69.
Ricli Mill. Mo,
H. M. BALL, Manager.
Das two parks.
lias three railroads.
Has eleven churches.
Has two good banks.
Has good deep well water.
Has its own street lighting
Has some of the largest stores
in the county.
ILis excellent public and high
naa 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.
nas coal, water, gas and rail
road facilities for any industry
looking for a location.
Coming Events of Interest,
Labor Day big celebration at
Rich Hi", Sept. 7.
Circus, Rich Hill, Sept. 8.
Adrian Street Fair, Septem
ber 9, 10 and 11, lOOfl.
Bates Co. Fair, Butler, Sep
tember 15th to 18th inclusive.
Hume stock show, Thursday,
Statu Fair Sedalia, October 5
to 10 inclusive.
Old K.i th i Picnic. Butler.
Appletii City Annual Picnic,
Aug 25 7 8.
Sclu ll City Street Fair, Sept.
RUtiHrds Horso Show, Sept.
11 and 12.
M. W. A. Lw Iloliin?. Pleaaan
tn, Kans., Sept. 15.
I have Home private money to
lnn on a good farm land. U.
S. (J. Prowell.
IS YOUR CHIMNEY DANGEROI't
Of course it is If it is
a alioi I time. Ltd ma build you a
Solid, Doable. Safe.
Call on or address,
HEREFORD & SON,
TE COIt CRETE MEN,
-.iGH HILL, - MIGSOUni
31 PER YEAR
FOB IKE EOT OR GIRL
Any hoy or gtil can use it. Jut
trelch 4 while aiircl on the wsll n!
lou csn Imve sil ktmla of fun. Full
tliiecliun for ui.e is ent with the
Any hoy or girl can secure eight
new subscribers in s short time and
get this Beautiful Msgic Lsntern.
Send for samples for cnvaMn.
Send all money ty poMofTice
money Older or draft.
The KansasCity Journal
Kiisis City, !.
Bsst INVALID'S HOME in thi Wcsr.
inaair4 a tall alaS of kralctana ad
' -o lor IrvaUaaM of all O.ruaia hinr ii
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CHIPPLED CKILDREII 5H5Sa
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amiti soa f( SOOS Oaj
Onb . uravura all .an, lira. Skta,
Sisaa. Har l.lp, I K idaf. Itladder.
t i'iar r-viarrk. I ood aa4
fciMacS Traablaa, Mart ova Utaaasag
Tallanta aneaafllr iraala a koia Vf
avail. CaaltUes fraa aad road.i'J. k .
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built of brick, or will b '
al 111 1 11 IVay 9
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