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RICH HILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, CCT. 8 vyrt.
Dr. Cox Robbed.
Mn ar.l Womaa l!c!j i In up on
I ist Thursday nipht about U. '10
Dr. Cox. Hit; veterinarian was
walking ulong the west side of
the Talmage I loust: when he
called to a buggy out in the l root
Here a man covered him with
pun while the woman in tin; rig
"frisked" him. They not 5.00
in silver for their trouble.
The Dr. says he knows the
man but hr.s sworn out no war
rant. He sas the gun Veiled
down cn him was a young cannon
from the looks of the muzzle.
H3l!e)'s CluIIs rerty.
A party of ton young people
went to II alley liluffs Sunday
morning ar.d spent the day. The
weather was ideal and all report
a most enjoyable trip.
Those in the party were: Misses
Edna Jones, Nell Jones, Edna
Cate, AnnaPettus, Kitty Dela
Messrs: Carl Wiek, Beverly
Young, Carl Schwnmb, Marvin
Geoch, Wm. Anderson.
A vacant house bf longing to
Mrs. Minton on West Elm street
was burned about 11 :30 Thursday
night. The tire department
made a very quick run, but the
roof fell in just about the time
the boys arrived. Tho flames
were soon extinguished. The
origin of the tire is a mystery.
Wilder, Gmclich and Swar.ger
have saved tho State enough
money in less than four years to
pay the annual expenses of tho
offices of Auititor, Treasurer and
Secretary of Slate. Will Mis
tdourians turn these faithful offi
cials aside ar.d put Democratic
political) in the offices for which
they have I. -eon nominated?
"Men sneer at women's shop
pin', but when women shop they
don't havetor t at cloves to dis
guise what they've boon buyin'.'
McAlester Daily Capital.
WLlULJ U VUU
FOR A GOOD
Tr?i n w fr
. Gtli Street
Democrat's Great Dill!ulty.
A prominent Democratic work- j
er was heard to say that the great- j
est difficulty the party had in its
campaign is the fact that farm,
products are so high. It is, he
Kays, hard P convince the farmer!
that the Republican party is ruin- j
inp the fanner when he is petting j
more for his produce, than ever j
When the farmer hears a Dem
ocratic orator talking about the
terrible poverty of the poor
American farmer on account of
the Republicans, he merely looks
at him and then prins.
With hops from 5 to C cents,
cattle 3 to 5 cents, wheat from bO
to 90 cents, corn from 00 to K)
cents, epps and poultry high, etc
it :s hard to make the farmer see
where the government under
Republican Administration is
hurting him, or where the Demo
cratic party could help him.
The American farmer believes
in the Republican party.
The Athenian literary of the
High School met at the High
School building last Friday night
and elected officers for this year
1'res., Ilarrold Templeton.
Vice Pres., Wm. Rithie.
Secretary, Treva Connel.
Treasurer, Frank Wilson.
Editor, Fan D Hook.
Searg at arms Faul Delamater
Historian. Ethol Watson.
Die next meeting will be an
open session and will be the pre
1: mi nary contest to decide who
represents the Rich Hill High
School in the county declamatory
contest. One boy and one girl
will be chosen. This meeting
will be held Friday night, Oct
Elmer E. Laughlin. an expert
in his line, will deliver a lecture
each day of the show on "Corn
Culture." The agricultural col
lege couldn't send a representa
tive, but Dean Waters recotn
mends Mr. Uughlin highly.
The Hank of lloldeu brings Mr.
Eaughlin here, standing for all
the expense, lie will aho make
a talk to the boys of the city
Rich IIIII, Ho.
if thoy do not
Elmer Wilsie, of north of tow n
accompanied by two other boys,
went to Hallie's Bluff last Satur
day after pecans. They had a
goodliine until the rain storm
came up when they had to seek
A little eight-year-old daughter
of a family that was camping
there pot lost during the storm.
Night came on and no trace of
the little one could be found.
The search was kept up all right
and not till 9 o'clock Sunday
morning she was found. Tracks
showed that the little pirl had
crossed over the bridpe twite
during the night and had wand
ered up and down the banks of
the river all night in the cold and
darkness. Meta Times."
J. I. Shepherd, of Ft. Scott, the
man who started a riot in Hearst's
Independence party convention
in Utucago, Dy mentioning
Bryan's name, spoke at the V:ttl, ;i- 'O'n, me same year
Opera House Saturday night to Pv..- ssaVxtf to the Democratic
z'good audience. Mr. Shepherd is I Natior.ai Committee as did Aug
a' fluent talker and something of BLlmont. The speaker
a roaster. He scored the Ropub- j eu 1 ,r,t iy over looked these facts
ticans heavy and the only demon- j !i" talking o. Bryan's
strations were at some of his freed..:si from big contributors,
keen salles, not at his argumout. Al ' s"" "'' "c-
Mr K.nt.Mr.l o.nwe.l l,v . i.u casjo ;,i attack the courts even
... . .
.v..,.) 11. .1 )., n.imi,cr;i! !
f..,fi f I'.-.a-lieriU' e!e,-tion ns
his stromr idea was to the Demo.
ro-i,..t i.iurn!r)i tliernnJidato
VMSTIRN PLBLISIiLR GRINS.
The next lot I shall offer you.
ladies and gentlemen, said the
auctioneer, is a dozen cnairs
from a young ladies' boarding
school. How much am I i -.I 'iei'
or them? Remember, ladies
and gentlemen, the wads f gun:
on the under sides of the seals
go with the chairs. How nuah?
When that paper which is to!
publitdiod in Chicago by wnim-i.
pels under way, and nhih nuh
nant sut-scrit)er poes to the of
fice to thrush some one because
ho was misrepresnted in a story,
the lighting "editress" will stick
a hatpin into him if he gets pay.
"Tl" way to win a woman. s
heart, says a North Missouri ed
itor "is to let her do the talking
Our wife didn't like us a bit the
first few times we went to see
her, because we did our half of
the arguing. We shut up and
listened right into her heart.
She's been doing tho talking ever
"George," s,he said, "I waul'
1100." "But. my dear," he pro
tested, "that's hearlv all th ah
1 have on hand at the present
moment and I had planned to
take up a note," ''h well," she
reamed carelessly, if on j f tlie 1 1 ,luue gues a brief c ut
Ml nk tho man who holds ther.ote j 1 .' of t he lues of the Republi
can inako thiius any hotter f. r ' c 1 caioiid..U s for tate c-fticcs
you than I can, why, go ahead
Thus it happened that fho got'
thing,'; to wear j
A recent Democratic sprakor
here put much stress on the
"publicity of cent i i'jutions"
plank is the Democratic platform
and took occasion to abuse the
Republican parti- and idl its
workers, accusing many of them
is same speaker failed to
stat? that t'.je silver mineowners
in l-'J'l contributed S-J."-,0' to
Iiry.;n's campiign fund. Of
thi amount, Marcus A. Daly
conti'ibuted ar.d personailv col-'.cte-1
?l.XO d---i:ar. Senator
Ciaii.-, -f M. nlana, personally
C'liti i be ted J 5".thX So it can
ht: j-eer. that the siiver mining
i.-itereS-.s pr.icticahy tinanced
Br: a:i".s si;v;-r campalpn.
In l.'jl. during the last cam-1
pair wh.n Bryan was running j
for .-r.ator from Nebraska, that
plutocrat Tiiomas F. Ryan sent
$2''.',o0 to Mr. Alien, chairman
of the Nebraska Democratic
and by the way,
bn.ther-in-law to Wm. Jennings
Bryan. Ryan wanted Bryan
hi-eiUp t' t.JV
Supre:re court, and
u.rgii as argnment argument
"J-n-i tr;.j K.'pub.icans. At the;
i s:ii:.e ti::.e he over-l.K-ked
fact i!.l Chief Justice Fuller
was appointed by the only Bern
oeiatie piesident we have hail in
Circuit court opened in Butler j
J. D. Mre is taking a two
wi e!;s vaeation tind visiting rel
:.' .v.w jn 1 Uino'is. '
on in ( l;ii.
option movement is
l'J counties voted
Adrian iooj,h? are t
tuiiidii. a ji.u ., ai c-t-rdi.
1 'he delivery team of the J. C.j
T.ij lor Grocery got 1.k,o Satur-j
day nioi ninp and van up Bark
ae:.ue, mrmr.g neitU on SiXtli
strit t.i They were stopped in
fivi i of D xou'.s Furnituie tilorc
No d.nnupi' was done.
li i.lor Williams t f Melz was
in Kich 1 liii Friday and we sawj
l.ito in company with "G.be"i
P ! led.
the otlicers h.nn'tre-
E G. e and wife returned
Thursday from Denver, Colorado
where they had boe.-i s ending
the s-.i'.r.mer. Coinir.g hoii.e
their train was tied up near Har
rison hie by a wreck and arrived
lure four hours late. Mr. Gee
j reports a most enjox able trip.
The supplement ti this isue
I a v 1 -opsis t f tho state t 'at
long witli other ii tcrca
Oa Ite Ditch.
i Th" !'!. !rfdg tit, no ; Tb !.te-t UU .n r-; r.rl
fi. rir i if 1 water ork pt tr.t .T-.mrtUf at t"
beisn wofk Monday nfu-r a up' h-o U.e Sen -.r r'. S.i-UHed
f.f r-vf i.ii i i, t)njn iiii; wii.c the J ;ni',T t-'a !..! vnrl!,
t harden were bcifip med" in the r,r?T.t Ser.i.r ?-to 1 to
; in .o.;. itierj. 'tl," I d rt-!g ; t,. cr.f.-rt'ir ft -',ra 'tn
!b..s,t !.: U--ti ut ..f rr.o.o.ii'-i'Ttw.f-w x,-x w.tis t- ij,-r;;ty
f..r veral c-ki oo Mcri.ort -f ;,f Kr.'or a 'A i to th'-sr p'.j ir g
al;-ckof water ar.d is w ron-' t'cy ar- tLe i'mf g
nir.gyet. ic-hs.i. At t;.e ' .c. 1 cf tf ; trt
A great many unavoidable . j ttf the c-ore w-3to2but jr.
lays Lave stopped work on the an excitir.g vc,.r. half ti e
dich lately t.iit it i thoupl.t that jSv-civr (Vsr.'-J up on the
the work w i'l proceed rapidly ijSr.k.r. A large an 1 er.ih3-
D;ia t Practice His Preach.
While a jenurk)us grocer was
tel.icg his new boy h'jw cirefui
rie must be, a fly settled on a bap
of sugar. The grocer casgbt
and threw it away. The boy
then said: If you want me to be
careful you are setting me a bad !
example." "Why?" asked the
grocer. "Because," sail the
boy, "you have thrown that flj
away without brushing the sugar
off its fett.'' ClereLind Leader.
Bryan says he is going to be
the nxt President. He is noted
for changing his mind, however.
With no record to boast of, no
policy to enthuse over and a
doubtful nomination to defend
Cowherd is illy prepared to stem
the rising tide of public senti
Every political speaker of both
parties has a large and enthus
iastic audience when the reports
Mrs. W B. DawsoD, cf Butler,
visited this city Friday.
Kur Urt Clan ;Vork
prmjejr toriieil out,
n;l l rt;ioimt,l,'
prl.-. cnit to l'-
Wc Print Anyting!
Sale Bills Circulars
Programs BUI Hds
! Need I
gag-lTT...',, W )33Ssd
t j'p PAYS
To trade v.-ith Tribuuo adver
tisers. Thej- nro all reliable
Urras and worthy of your
trado. Look them up wheii
you nro looking for bargains.
Read tlu Tribune's Advertisement
i ia-tic crr T il was rrei-erf.
Score: S-r.i .rs 17. Jsi.i'vr 1:
Risk l U'SSJ
J farrr;s f(,r
, , ,i , " .. ' .'"
: , - t
the markets cti-e, as will be tie
ce under a M- il.. .can jdxlc-
istrat'p. thy wiiS pay vst al
have their f.irn-. fr e ff jccn
brance. If Bryan is f leeted ar J
a break in prsjierotja tiir.fs
come., many uch deserTirg
young men wid k.e th-t-ir farir.s
fcnd perhaps all they Live paid
cn them. Can the? t:.rd to
risk such c-r..quences Can
they af jrd to sttr,d idiy by whiie
the Rej--blican party is trying
to avoid tlie dangers w hich con
A yoking can seeking to acquire
a home, t bsild cp a business
enterprise or to work cp to Ligh
position in the busings world
can ill af ord to risk the results
which are apt to follow if Bryan
should be elected. Ex.
The Ccnstitatijnal Amecdmeats
One of i;e best educational de
vices erer known in political can
vassing is the CJ jjage pamphlet
containing a ciscussion of the
Constitutional Amendments to t-e
voted on in November.
The pamphlet is published Ba
lder the auspices c-f a publicity
i committee composed cf Gov. Folk.
Attorney Gereral Hadley, Judge
W. M. Williams, Hun. F. N.
Judsoa and other public men
known throughout the stale.
Following each amendment are
arguments for and against its
adoption- The cae on each side
is presented fairly, clearly and
tersely, so that the voter will
have abundant information on the
subject when he govs to the k "..
Ojiist it ut local amendments are
apt to be neglected, unfortunately
but the voter will have no excuse
for neglect with this pamphlet ia
Arrangements have been ma le
to distribute it thorough tbs
'stale, the aim being to reach
1 every man who has a vote. It is
'good work. iVs.1 Dispatch.
Jake Piitti was ia Hume Fri.
CM- I- Beadles, cf Hume, ws
J in Rich Hill visitors Thursday.
Mrs. 11 M. Dickiris..u and
lslie Dickinson, of Hume wvro
Rich ITU visitors Thursday.
i.-z end valuable information.