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title: 'The Rich Hill tribune. (Rich Hill, Mo.) 1903-1911, October 01, 1908, Image 4',
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i:!ltir mill Munntrcr.
SuHHcrlpt Ion ili-v MMt ix-ryt'iir.
cntiTfii iii i in- itii i H'li poet
ollici' ft H'-coinl ch mutter.
When u wmiHu is in tin argu
ment, beauty mots more tl;an
When lie called Roosevelt's
hand Bryan round that Ids bluff
was a loser.
Bryan is having trouble now
over Haskell, lli-gon and Hearst.
The letter U. mwik to Lc Ids
ThoBiitl' r Democrat lells whi-t
IIadl-V d.. w!i-n Cowl. old
nets through with him. Bro.
Davis always va- quiii k j ker.
Toe. Ke.i!.i; r i'i.-i repudiated
Fornkor themselves and tlie
Democrats waited for the Ue-
nu!icins to repudiate Haskeil
The Republican party is always
Brynn is to giv his inule to
the county ina.mg the biggest
Deuixcriuii'". gd'i in the election.
B -.van rrfn-i n n.wspa;i.r and he
mijht better give it in a contest
to belt pi- advantage to biai in the
Missouri ranks hi st among the
states for f unnard products
poultry, egi:- md feathers.
During the last seven years
the farmers f Missouri received
over 0K000 for surplus
A fashion magazine lias made
tho discovery that in the design
for the new $20 gold pieces the
trousers have been taken off the
eagle and lb" goddess of liberty
wears a sheath skirt.
The United States is "losing
millions of dollars every day on
account of the long drouth, both
on account of the great forest
fires and on account of the loss
in crops; Russia is battling with
the cholera; China has just suffer
ed great loss of life from a great
storm Tlv? month of September
has been one of great disasters.
One of the negroes who part'ei
pated in the train riot in Butler
last week is serving a six mortis
sentences in the county jail. This
will insure him good -board and
comfortable lodging during the
winter months. There ouht to
be a rock pile attachment, it
would give the people a chance to
get the board bill back. It is no
great punishment to lock such
people up and keep them in idle
The Voung Man.
Walter F.vuns, who has been a
close observer of politics in this
state for a number of years, re.
marks that nt the Democratic
opening in hodalni, the young
men wrru conspicious for their
absense, while at the Republican
meeting in Springtield they were
noticed for their large numbers.
At Springlield the men on tho
speaker's platform were young,
and a great percent of tho audi
ence were beardless.
This shows that the Republican
paityis tho party of the young
man; the one that shows the
young mail; and the one that ap
peals to III 111.
IJadley, Mitchell, Burton, Tol
lerton, Fulkerson and many
other well known Republicans
am voung men men who are
leading the Republican party in
this state. The fact that the Re
publican party is in the hands of
tho young men assures the
future of tho party.
Yomig man, tho Republican
party will stand thu test-investigate
it, and then investigate the
Democratic party. You will be
a Republican, if you r.re going
into a party of merit. 1
Millions cf ihi Litils Silvers
Seem oba Here-
Wo iei itntistied thu every
other citizen of Rich Hill ami
vicinity enjoyed a kmI night's
sleep last night, frco from the
attentions of the mosquitoes, be
cause we think that every one of
them was busy cavorting around
the couch of the writer. The
mosquitoes are thicker here this
fall than ever before and are re
sponsible for a great deal of in
soinmia. AtKiut the lime that, a
person is Rhout to slip over into
slumber-land, he hears a genUe,
yet penctating voice in his ear,
calling "Cousin." He immediate
ly responds by reaching Mr asd
trying to shake hands wi'h hi
little relative. The mosquito,
however, does not. think this th
pro;er salutation fur kin folk,
and with a repetition of "drain"
he darts in and plants a kiss on
The mosquito is especially
f ind of bald bended people and
they will travel miles to spend
the night with one.
It does little; good to make the
air blue around yourself hv a re
petition of your vocabulary, as
mosquitoes thrive in blue air,
but if you smoke enough long
green tobacco they will leave y u
in peace, because they say that
smoking long irreen js punish
ment enough forone night. "Got
any smokin' "believe we'll light
Carnival Week at the GIIHss.
The Gilliss Theatre, Kansas
City, will have for its Carnival
weelt attraction, "Tony the Boot
Black," an excellent musical
drama, the casto of which in
cludes over thirty people and re
quires two cars of scenic and
electrical e-ffects to produce.
Dave Genero and Ray Bailer,
well known vaudeville headliners,
have the principal roles and their
exploits and adventures form the
basis of one of the most interest
ing plots ever produced on the
stage. There are four acts with
sixteen scenes, each containing
good dramatic climaxes. There
are also five first class vaudeville
acts in which some of the latest
popular songs are introduced.
The Gilliss will have as usual,
mitineea every day during the
week of festivities.
The Confederate Veterans are
holding a reunion at Nevada. It
continues until to-morrow night", i m
Our Prices arc Always Right
We'd be Pleased to Show!
You a Thing or Two in
That part of tho Printing Business
is our "ongsuit." We have every
thing necessary Ito. turn out firbt
o ass work. Give us a tria order
Bring in your work and get'. l
our estimate. . M
THE TRIBUNE. I
"Worst In Ihe UnlliJ Stales"
' Say Autols!s.
While every ona of s I proud
we are Missourians and nro wi'l
ing to f how tho world what we
have, It seems to boa I'.-''
... ., ,
Missouri a roads as a rulu ire
Within the last five years how
ever, the road drag has been
working wonders along this line
and wherever used, a marked
improvement in the highways is
to be seen. The road dra is
something that costs but little
and is a great saving. Bad cn'
verts and bridges are also ex
If any farmer will sit down aud
tigui e the cost to him of having
break downs in harness and
vehicles, or the delays in market
ing heavy loads of farm products,
n account of bad roads, he will
see that bad roads are an ex
pensive thing and that ne makes
good wages during the time
spent uting the drag.
Nevada's Good Roads Club is!
doing wonders to the roads in
Vernon County, according to re
ports, 'and these organizations
should bo established id all parts
of the state. Let all Missourians
get together and eliminate the
ilea that Missouri's roads are
It Was His last Half Pint.
Hero is ore they are telling on
Nate Brown up on Reed Creek,
but it was not accompanied by
an.ifhdrvit the Times -will not
vouch for. its truthfulness.
Wlion returning trora Ken
tucky he .stopped a few mibules
in Butier. Of cmrse everyone
knows than tho counts seat of
Bates has locii very d ry pince the
local oplioiwsts won. Just to
tempt some of tne boys Nate ex
hibited a naif pint of th genuine
Kentucky article. You bet it
made their months water. One
fellow olT.Mt'd him a dollar for it,
and wh'ii Xiite shook his had he
raised it to cvo dollars. JuMthen
the train sttrted and tin same
fellow sin. wed a five dol ar bill,
but no saje was mad.
"Why didn't you take 'Jio five
for iiy" asked a man who sat in
the s .at just ahead of NHt.
"Not on your life," replied Nate
"it's the last half pint I've gof. "
Goto the Burrows Milliijeryi d'r" or '',rt1l,',- 'I' 1
Jo. for your hat and vour Url;' nnd " "ortx'n"
1 1 rpre r-iiiTli-tlou or
WO TO HOOD
DstMsrats Punning Their
Dsnbls Faced Policy.
- . ... .
vyktUlnf Elsf ranch items,! la th
A. . ,
uia woo forming uoioria
Bryan Clubs in West,
I '(Trora tho Bnltlmoro Sua, Deni )
General WlufielJ 8. Hancock. ao
the Democratic- nominee for Ffesi-
ient ta iwo, df-ira tbo tariff was
principally a "local question" that Is
to ey, a Pehnaylranla Democrat Bight
be a protectionist for protection lake.
while Democrat ta Georgia or la
Iowa might bold fast to the doctrljja
of tariff for rerenoe onij. Tho Mast
rbueetts Democrat might be a free
trade without roserrstlon of any kuil
wall th West Virgin! Democrat ',
might be free trader only with re- jl
Tct to commodities which were not
-riniyv?a cy cis own iate. uenerai
Ilaacockt tcoBouncemeut was cnntlri
ered ao iofthions evasion of the tariff
Issue, but It did not produce harmony
in tho Democratic party, and the gon
ers was defeated.
Twenty-eight years bare pawn-d since
General Hancock defined the tariff ss
a local quest len upon which the Demo
crats of each State were frw to act
with regard ctleay to local intereeta
The principle which bo then formu
lated seems to hare been adopted ty
Democrats la the West In respect to
the relation of the Demvratlc imrtj
to the negro. Last week tlie Went Vir
ginia Democratic conrentlon emtxKlled
tn Its platform pianks demanding cer
tain qualifloatlona for voter, dlsned
to disfranchise msny negroes. Tla-ir
plstform slso contains a declaration tn
faror of svr8' coaclie for vUlte
and negro panengera on ratlmuda. The
Weat Vlrg'ola Democrats not ouly re
fuse to bold out the oIItc brani li to
the negro and lnrlte blin Into tUflr
fold, bnt tbey are dotermincit to limit
his politlcsl activity by a dUfrsmlils
log law and to bring him under the
operation of "Jltu Crow" law when be
travels on tlie railroads of Hint Stnte
What are tho Promises?
Out lu Nebraska sad In Kinui tbe
Democratic campaign managers are
orgsnixtng n-gro vnters Into Iiryno
dubs. In Obto no effort will be spared
to secure the support of the n-gri.
voters for the Iemocrstlc national
tU-Wrt. What pledges have been glveu
end what IndiK-ementa have been of
fered d ut appear. But It Is a fulr
Inffreot-e that ,l' manaxt-rs have
prmuloed to do "sounlhlng fo tbe ne
gio. perhas to rentfnlie him lu the
dlntriliutlon of offices. If Mr. Br.vun
should be ele-ted. and al to Inke
Sin h .K'tlnu as the uccrocs may de
mend In reiei-t to the reliietatciueut
cf the tcgro baltsllou disuilss-d from
the army by Preeldeut Koowveit for
the attai-k on Krownnvlile. I.ot week
when the West Virginia Democrats
were de.'larlng for a disfranchisement
law end fT a "Jim Crow" law. the
Ieuncrstl- conreatlon In tbe Twelfth
(Vngre-wloiil district of Uhlo adopted
platform fsvoriug "the enactment
of lews which sbsll accord to ail men
accused of wrongdoing, whether sol-
fsir sid liiiertlsl
to be herd
fore con vM Ion or puuinhment."
Tlsjs appnrently refers to the Uronns-
Ul liu'ldent. It msy also have a
krender invsntng and a nmre sitetidfd
stpiliaitoii and may be eu.-eptltle of
an Interpretation shirk will make
anthem Iemncrata open thvlr eyes
with Muisneiaent snd pnwilbly with ap
prcheusloti. Usee uestioa "Local Issuef"
There seems to be no ground for rea
Musbls doubt tkst tle Dome-mtlc
csinpslgn msosgers lu tbe rit, lu ths
effort t oure negro sup, ' for their
sstlonsl ticket, sre actio, rou the
pitnrljije tbat the rsi-s question (s only
a '"IocmI Ukiie." It Is eilditiit tlit tba
Mouth d'ies not apsrore this lUu of
csiupilgu, but Is pnwerleM to cLe-k It
The Deui.H-rscy of lbs 8outp Is In fail
atvord with tbs pMltloa tsksu by the
Aet Virglnts Desjocrsta last week.
A ad yet It la assumed by tbose who
are trying to get D'gW" t sunert
Mr. Itrysu that tbe sut will set In
hosrty -v-operstloa wilt tho Ohio. Ne
brssks, KniisNS sud llllASls DemcxTnlH,
who are vv-lcomlng tks negro Into free
folloKhii In the Democratic psriy
tid probably promising to smiul ths
decision of Presides! Hoosevelt in the
I Is Ii
ftroBvUle mstter Tbe tln'ory of
I iwiiioi'rats thst tbe rsi-e prob-
luerely a loial lwue Is calcu
late to give tbe Xoutb murb tvueera.
lt)ij Dcnocrata lu thst section msy
qni'Miun whether It Is worlh mblle tn
ele-t s liesnrrstlc president bo ius,"1
ejx-n ll the donr of politic al ipMr
t unity to the rieero.
tr. Ilrynn critieleii Mr. Taft fur
adding to the Hepiilillmn plstform. In
the meantime the niiinl'fr of "pm
mount liMiirs" hlih Mr. Hi .win uh
tracted from the feaiu'rHile pUifn.uj
Would Oil seversl Isre toUluie
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