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KICH HILL IISSOL'RJ, THURSDAY, OCT. r 190S.
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Robbers At Work.
S3tr2s KiM Earlan Crtkt into
T.sStsrts and Tried ho.
Bouio time Saturday night t ho
Jones grocery on the east ide
wan broken into and attempts
were made to uet into Wi ight'a
store, westof theTalumge House,
and the GriCith Groociy CoV
ClirUFman'tt Silver Dollar Sa
loon wan broken into but it is
bard to tell whether anything
H.'re i a Yul of torj broken
Into lately and show the activity
of lha robber:-
Gri filth Grocery Co.
Opera Drug II"Ue
-KimbrougV Ili'liard Hall
Roycc Store liooin
Jones' Grocery Store
Wright' Grocery (attempted)
Griffith Gm. Co. (attempted)
Tl)esebaTesllt.knplMeithoroKen,lDa,,,s hUii n,crasn
t .k- . .n,i i.w.led, and death was probably in-
has been left ?n any cfl.ne that
would give any hint nor hxs any
body ever aeen or heard the rob
iJoe Anderson took a shot at
oinebody at hU back door re
cently and this is the nearest any
of them hare come to being
Some overwrought writer re
cently contributed a three-page
article to a magazine trying to
clinch his argument that dirty
currency is not dangerous. Hie
editor of the Butler Democrat,
admitting that the magazine
writer's theory Is all wrong, de
clares he is atill willing to receive
the greaay five and ten dollar
bills on subscription. The oc"
caaional flourish of a greenback
around the newspaper office is
about all thit revives our hope
and certainly allows us to separ
ate ourselves for the time being
from the idea that the "country
farm" is eventually the finish of
every country editor. Cas Co.
Henry Mertcle, of Kansas City,
spent Sunday in this city.
The BEST and CHEAPEST
is to bo found at
ProvciTs Hardware Store
South Gth Street
Full Line of Stoves and Ranges
A Regular 1 10 Range (Cost f:55
A Good No. II heating stove
ALL HTOVKS AT
10 penny common nails-
Paint, satisfartiitn guaranteed or
Guaranteed Barn liint -
Remember on all lines of goods usual to
a hardwaro store I can savo you money.
All Kinds of Stovo Ropairs
Remember my motto:
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
U. 5. G. PROOELL
South Gth St. nichllill.Mo
Broke His Neck.
EHcnCs C;ci is Killd fcj a
Froni a Ires at BsMtcwn.
Byron I)e Good, son of Mr.
iind Mr. J. N. De Good of Hall
town, fell from a tree near that
place Sunday morning and was!
The boy, aged eleven years, in
company with his two arnaller
brothers, an elder sister and a
young conn who waa visiting nt
their home, had gone to gather
iwcans. On reaching n point a
bout one hundred and fifty yards
from their home Byron proceed
ed to climb a large tree in order
to gather the pecans and let
them fall to the ground. He had
climbed almost to the top, a dis
tance of about sixty feet, when
the small limb that he held to
broke and be fell to the ground,
striking the back of his head and
right shoulder. His neck was
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stantenous. His right hand still
grasped the small limb that
broke and sent him to his death.
The lifeless form was carried to
his ho de.
Funeral services were held at
the home Moneay afternoon, con
ducted by Rev; II. H. Kupard.
A large crowd of sorrowing
friends were in attendance. The
remains were interred at Ball
town cemetery. Metr Times.
Earl Kinlocb, snperintendant
of the Rich Hill Brick and Tile
plant has been quite seriously ill
of rheumatism for the last week.
g fcr Rocserelt's Petioles, g
g If I am elected president g
o j propose to devote all the o
ability that is in me to the
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Constructive WOIIC oi uK o
gesting to Congress the g
means by which the Ro.ise- !
velt policies shall e clinch- B
,,lll.u,. Wm. II. Tft at o,
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g Sandusky, 0-, Sept. Hth. o
in Kansas City.)
.- Ucts VHr lb
money back -
1 Ho per gal
- .75 per gal
Nood u truc3,
Tho easy kind?
ET US FET YOU
O 0 HHJrfr,
Winter is here, according to all
signs and the summer wardrobe
was strictly up against it Sunday.
A lew or tho signs we saw were:
A barefoot boy wearing an
A man with a straw hat, tan
oxfords and open work hosiery
visible at the opposite ends of a
A roan with winter clothes
topped by a straw hat.
A dispenser sitting behind his
soda fountain reading a news
paper. A party of yonng people who
set alarm clocks at 5:00 a. in. in
order to get up early for a picnic
in the woods.
You saw all these signs your
self and probably others just as
The cold spell came very sud
denly Saturday night about ten
o'clock nd by morning it was
very chilly. Sunday night the
first frost of the season appear
ed. This did little damage, how
ever, as all crops are past the
stage of damage from frost, and
it did one good thing it stopped
the mosquito pest.
Louis Halett and Beverly
Young were Nevada visitors Sun
day. Tuesdar ihf liti! rfantrh.or ,,f
r H. Vogt near Papinviile wa
playing on the fence at the school
and accidentally fell off. Another
litt K'rl Ml on top of her, tear-
ing three ribs loose from her
bmisl and fracturilJ(f ORe
over Uia ,K,art Dr. ghort was
calld and pronounced the injury
serious but not fataL We called
!up yeterday, (Sept. 23) ard
learned that she was doing nic ly
and was in a fair way to rc
Icovery. IuH.kville lto.it.ter
A hunting and fishing party
composed of Messrs. A, C. Teft,
jJohu Heck, Julius Elgert, Chas.
; Kincaid, Duke Benetield. Jas.
" ,K : ,,ia"f,
ounuay lor souin aiissouri ana
w ill spend ten days on the James
Tho Democratic club in this
city has established headquart
ers in theofilccui Jas. Miller and
have a largo sign bearing the
words "Bryan and Cowherd
Club," ''Democrat Hcadquart-'
ers" Moating across tho front of
Mrs. 11 Williamson went to
Nevada Saturday an was follow
;ed Monday by Mr. Williamson.
They returned homo Monday
n. M. Ball has purchased tho
, interest of Chas. Allen in the
Central Co-operative Realty Com
j pany and will continue tho busi
jnesa under tho namo of II. M-(Ball.
S. W. Wilkinson and faauly out tlda year with about
j will move to Caney Kansas next u.ve excuses
i week, where Mr. Wilkinson will
I put in a now store. The store Those know ing themstKo iu
'nere, (The Cheap Store) wi'.l,11-'' the Tribune en sub
; continue under the management j 'ipt ore requested to call
of Chas. Wilkinson. .and settle.
Cemlng Events of Interest.
State Fair Sedalia, October 5
to 10 inclusive.
Old Settler's Picnic, Butler.
The barn on the . John Van
Dyke farm south west of Kicli
Hill burned Saturday night and
several horses and mules badly
burned, although they were got
ten out. The barn and its cn
tents were a total loss. He car
ried insurance on the barn and
the stock with 11. E. Hoover.
f risco Excursions.
AccountofFall Festivities- Oct.
5th to 10th, 190S. Tickets will
be on sale Srd to ith inclusive.
Return limit Oct. 12th. $3.00
Account of American Royal
Live Stock Show, Oct. 12 to 17th,
tickets on sale Oct. 10 to 17th in
clusive, return limit Oct. 10th.
$3.00 round trip.
Take the Frisco two daily
trains 11:43 a. in. and 4:00 p. m.
Gko. B. CosovKit, Agent
The Hon. B. F. Vix, candidate
for Representative, Sheriff C. F. :
Beard and Mr. Wm. Ih.Uiein ad
urcssvu an enthusiastic Republi
can meeting at Rockville Satur
day night at the opera house. j
The crowd was good and the
interest shown indicates aetrongjJ
Republican vote in that section.!.
Pn!jects are brighter than eer
for thy Republican cjunty ticket !
Dcmacratic and Republican Da)s.
Tuesday, October bill will be!
Democratic day at the state fair. ;
Hon. W. S. Cowherd, candidate'
for Governor, wi'l deliver an ad-!
dress in the forenoon and another i
speaker of national
will speak in the evei i Hon.
W. J. Bryan has been i .ited to
spcalt Tuesday evening. .
Wednesday, October 7lh will,
be Republican day at. the State!
Fir. Hon. Herbert S. Hadloy, !
candidate for Governor, will!
apeak there in the forenoon j
,u" another speaker f national!
reputation will sp:ik in t!ie'
evening. Judge W. II. Taft has!
been invited to speak Wed ties j
day evening. j
These w iU be big days at the
Chns. Burrows tend Sunday
iu Kansas City,
On account of the w inter weath
er the White Sox did not go to
Rockville Sunday to play tall.
Tlie Butler Democrat says
at... a. 1 . . n v a
mo i Air -sstvi;Uivui catuo
'( 'I he Cdr,t j de Un.fttorj
.jcor.tot will UU! it Bsll-r,
j'Ort.f.f-r .'.'!, dating ti.. O.art.r
tTeach-r'As'i.iiion. 1 he win
ner in this onteM; will reprer.t
i the : rfiuty In iii'vr-cour.ty
context to .JiH lt Hi'?nti:;',
i ;Thankgi')iig, at the Western
I. Central MiM.ori Tesn Uf-t'i
; Ar iatioo. T h e e -.i.iei
I have their
educational in.Li(-!i(e f t; Slate
and are -worthy rf :-tr, r. J
ti. n. Supt. Iv- ha a!i th pr
lin-inary arranjit-ni-n!s rrad fr r
this ci.Uiity c'r.let. Tl.i i
au ir.ier-i;'u S(::i't &r
tet in which ih; h'h t!' Is
of Bui:, r, Kkh ',;;!, AdrUr..
and Huirf are el'ible.. Ea'.h
school may le reprt-i.ente.1
by two coiitestanis a by and a
tfirl. Tlte other high schoils ot
tlie ctunty emphasize this phase
of their fail work nd take spec'al
interest in their representatives
Last year the contest was held at
Rich Hill cd both the Adrkn
boy and girl won. Oar school
was very creditably represented
by Miss Agnes Williams and Mr.
Hugh Holiand.- Hume Telephone.
John Edwards, one of the
negroes who started the dis
graceful brawl on the train tw
weeks ago, is still jn Waii
ing triaL Ilis hearing was set
for last Thursday but on account
of the absence of Prosecuting
Attorney Dawson was postponed.
Monte Christo, the old-time
play was put on in the Opera
house here Saturday night. The
house was fairly well filled and
those present report a creditable
performance. Delamater's or
chestra furnished music.
For Hrt ri.itwJWork
proinp lj- turtwl out,
n.t jit rt-.Muali
I'rioi.. -nf to IX
We Print Any ting!
Sale Bills Circular
Programs Bill Rds
I RIonH S
loxraaowith Tribimo adver
tisers. They are all reliable
Iirms and worthy of your
trade. Look them up when
you are looking for bargains.
Read the Tribune's Advertisements.
Missouri State Fair.
H V.iiltj iU vim
The rntri-t f t ti
(ruh d' ; art-. 't are l, .-. ts.si
twWras tacy t...y ,... ut
7'-ar, g:iir.j zt u'r.ce that
Mi.,3ri llx.Mn-.n ti; j-ar
will be the Ur t a3j grea.!t :'a
the ...rf t.l ! Mi-3ri Su
Yi'.r. Tre rtrk-s cf f(C.
are especial-: large, , jn
S-e-p, i.-Aiu ir.n il-.r-e " rt
EJents. TV-- it-;;; r,t .ac;.
est sp&ce in bS-. -; i- S ri.--.e
bai;j.',g t. j,tc.s:t-t.v: a i ,,f
the p?CS ft?. ;i; wiii !, st lm
Fair l r n".. .;-j.,r n.-J TCA -- r
t'ieca t!r ;;, r. Ail ! tl 1 e t
herd4 aid jen ".f Ihe tVci
which hive iffx t n xh.t,:tka at
Uw.iS ard V.'.n!.:n win t it
the 2'i-!-.'jri Fair, ar j the
derfal 6:x-k ho-jr ,f :rer''a
years w:;l .r.tir.-lT ec.'i, f.
SedaUa dsrirg the first ve-k of
October. 3rd to ir;ra
There are two fvaare ter.!s
w hkb are attrsttirg i:c
interest. Tl,e tir-t is th- Mis
souri Faturity Rar-s. s ...
twt-en M.:ouri bnd 3yearyd
cv!:s which were i. c'uud ia
I&l'S; the ether is the Chalk Cjr
Stallion Race Utsetn four of
the fastest trotting sires in the
West. The horses are: '"Early
Reaper." "F!:oct," "Ash
brook" and "Rll O.V owned
respective! by E. Knell of Carth
age, B. B. Johnson of Joph'3;
Messrs. Tvi;,untet A Catron of
Lexington, and L. S. Meyer of
Springfield. Vh of the owner
have put up $2l0i.ki and the
State Fair aciied a hke amount,
making the puree JI.i30.tX). a'l of
which gtes to the winnei of the
The entries in the d-rtnt
races at the Missouri Sra-.e F-.r
are larger tL&u ever this year,
the ec tries ranging frr.m ix to'
nineteen in eci.i harness evtnt.
The stats ut t!, r8tir.
season will lK?at the Fair, among
theci "CiUth-n." who has just
made a worid's record at lVai
bus, Ohio. Tito running rates
will bo Utter thsc in vru.t
years, a jo.it uro card bvh g tho
Cret Missouti Derby."
Cheap ratvs and citursti-r.
rates from tury v here.
Oue hears many funny things
; drifting around thi, o!d world
and frequently ho hvats tUta
! right at home.
j Attain was Undir.g on the
! track t the water tank in Butler
j Sunday and the ckvtnc alarm
j was wilJiy iLu igifg i?s warnifg
, at the crt's.sing when ne t-l)ow
i silting Uhind the writer L. d
; his teat irate what that bell was
;f r. Theither follow m!a:red
!l that it ram? oi. f,n-
of water -ut
in t.io en-its., and
said that the railed kpt coui-t
of how Uiuch water they ucd by
tears i f th.o 1 1 '!.
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