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RICH KILL MISSOURI, TIJ U.'i jDAY, OCT. 15 tvA
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Gov. Hughes Here.
New Vcrk Ixctutivc Here friday
Afternoon for a few Minutes
Spelt from Train
Governor Hughes, of New York
was in Rich Hill a few minutes
Friday afternoon, bin train com
ing from Fort Scott and Koing
south to Jopli li
lt was not known until Friday
morning that ho would speak
here but'a crowd of 100 was at
t!ie depot when the train arrived.
He spoke for thiee minutes lind
made a good imoression in the
short time he had.
He spoke briefly endorsing the
administration of Roosevelt and
nrging the elec tion of Taft.
It is regretted that Hughes
cauld not at least have made a
fifteen minute talk here. He is
one of the foremost men in pub
lic life today.
la recognized by press
public every where. All
pleased and delighted with
readings. Multitudes visit her
parlors daily, and are happy.
Her power excites the wonder
Rod the admiration of the most
skeptical. Gifted bv nature with
marvelous ineditimistic powers,
this remarkable woman may be
consulted on ad matters pertain
ing t the human race. All
strictly confidential. Hours. 9 a.
m. to9p.ro. 4t
We are sole agents for the
E. L. Bee and D. B. Fik Pattern
hats. Burrows Millinery Co.
E. F. Montgomery and family
drove over from Clinton Satur
day in his automobile and spent
Sunday in this city.
-NV fcs.Ni-; fr-Vs S r
Bo So (So Prowell
S. Gth Street
Mssdanes Crcmwall end Delani
tsr Hurt Friday. Mrs. Emmet
Wear Injured Sunday.
A party of ladies composed of
Mesdames Chas. Beasley, D. B. 1
Hit-key, 11 D. Olsen, W. II. Allen,!
J. It. -Hales, J II. Cromwell, G. !
A. Delamater, Chas. Burrus, j
H. M. BiKith, J W. Jamison, H. I
Harris, M. Wilson, H. B. Marsh,
Henry Klumpp, S. P. Smith, J.
M.Clark, Wm. Evichie, and Miss
es Cooper, of Wic hita, Kans., and
Fdith Moore, of St. Paul, were
the guests of Mesdames A. B.
Stone and Bminctt Wier at &
nutting party on the Beall ranch
north of town, last Friday and a
most enjoyable time is reported.
Coming home, however, an ac
cident happened which was a
shock to the entire community.
The horse driven by Mesdames
Delamater and Burrows became
unmanageable and ran. The
two ladies were thrown out and
Mrs. Delamater was quite ser
iously injured, altho no bones
During the excitement Mr?.
Cromwell, who was riding with
Mrs. Hales in her hih trap,
jumped and in the fall broke one
oj her lower limbs in two places.
None of the other ladies were
hurt. Both the injured ladies
are getting along nicelv.
Coincident with this accident
Mrs. Kimnett Wear, who was one
of the hostesses of Friday's un
fortunate party, was quite seri
iously injured while returning
from a day in the woods Sunday.
With her husband she was rid
ing in a wagon and just before
they reached home one of the
wheels carne off, throwing Mrs.
Her left arm was dislocated at
the elbow, the bone tearing
through the skin.
Dan Walters, who has been vis
iting relatives in Iowa, returned
Rich IIIII, no.
nfiftj! c o 77
Aro unpleasant things to wear
if they do not lit.
WE MAKE OURS Fir.
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By Supt. A- L. Ives.
Tlie Bates County Teachers'
Aso!iation will be held at the
Court House in Butler, October
22-23-24. A full attendance of
the teachers of the county is ex
pected. All teachers who attend
full time will receive their w ages
for Thursday and Friday. School
boards can not refuse to paj
teachers for these days. (S c
tion WW, School Laws of Mis
souri.) Good reM)rts are coming from
Amsterdam in charge of tl uir
new Principal, Prof. J. 1. G;.;i.it-
in. Miss Minnie Kobinson has
the primary department.
The plan for county grauation -;"s--i.e left the district, the
is the same this year as it has v!.oni was put into good
been for the last three years, j t'!,r"Is' anJ !'t-r(? a prosperous
Two scholarships each-one to j ,ku-Sunday schco! still running
the boy and one to the girl as r- -t her work. She
are offered by Rich Hill, Butler I (vrt:iirJi" revived the life of
and Adrian.. Other high schools j ' foainrJmty in one respect
may make the same or a similar ial l ast-
offer. These scholarships will j
be awarded to the pupils making!
the highest standing in thecoun-'
ly examinations next .vpni.
Prin. W. T. Hoover of Adrian
writes: "All the Adrian teachers
will be at the Association and do
their part in making it a success. 1
We will also have two contestants
in the county declaratory con
A . T II It
lest, t iease sena me o h
of the reading circle b"oks
r . .r- 1
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inff U)Q IlHU tH l!iO SUKM i
Misses Lula Rcckhold, Mabel
Sleeth, Anna Shouse and Ilattio
;uwr,iourrurai hai.M.i icacn-.
ers who hve close neighbors nn.l
who teach m adjoming districts f
,have voluntarily organized !
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,veacners meeung vi u.e.r own.;at liis ,vmnt wl.i.-i. ci i.ksl
, iney mwi ai lea si once a month
. .or .iuu, nu .mp.cMemeni. an.. ;
: the discussion of problems per-j
j taining to their school work.
n 1 o 1 1
Kockville has a new principal
ithis year in the pi-rson of Wm.j
1 W. Morris. Of his school !
rues: oik is openmg U ;
.well, but our seventh and eighth j
graces are very much crowded. !
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ilie sciiiM'i tioara lias decided to
( add another teacher, making tie
;in our corps. We shail now be
' able to do some good high school
m 1.1 f... 1, 1 .0:... '
1 " .10. .1 Mw.i wiieie he has bee n en
test is meeting with favor. lhe'.,i .. ;., , . ,
" 1 a oj -.iiit'ss i rip.
rules governing the contest have j
been priuted and scut out to all; Mr. and Mrs. D.ive li. i.ci t if
jtho teachers. The final part of !
i this contest will bo held in But j
llersoine time in March. The
Inuoilswill all stand un in line-
and sped in the old -fashioned i
way. The three who stand on
the tioor longest wid be declared i t-,'u!l in KIc!i H':l Sunday. j
the winners. Three prices vid .jlsi.s i.j.;,..,, lTVl K'
beawarded. The first pruo is,;,,,s and o,,,-.., Sherman ail W:
ilS in cash, offered bv the Mis ,1. . h i ;
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souri Statoi Bank and Walt n
jTrut Company; the scomd
pri.:e, 510 in cash, olTered by the
Company; and the third pi L .
in cash offered by the Geo.
F.'.iis Jewelry Company.
How mi.th work should a
teacher dc In ho-- many wajs
should she touch the lift of the
community in which she teaches'?
I am not ku re how far a teacher's
WOik Should f'r.; but I know what
Miss Hattie Lester did in con
uection with her school work last
Spring. She was employed
three rr.r.nths in th Crooks' dis
trict in Charlotte tow nship. Be
sides doijw jrood work in the
c! c-'lrrm. siie rrgar.i7.-d aSun
dy scii 1 at the scho.lhouse
up an c-i.tertainment and
with the proceeds biug!4t an
i .'::.. 1 t,r some t me s'ie at
t. In r own Suniiay sc !; .ol in
1 ut :. j-in t ;lt. iLiOrninc and then
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the oiio in her district
j in ti.e afternoon. "When scliool
poiii.iiariS in St. Louis
tii such rnthcsinsm for
I Cowherd Hnd other Democratic
candidates for nomination tliat
one hundred and thirteen derd
Democrats came out
giavt-s to vote at the
piiiiiury election -at least tl
! are reeoniej as hav;
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li -n.oera'.s 10 are in 1
an.o' h.T wi'!.i
, w "r vonoeru ne win surc -
jly win. w th such votes it ought
lo be dead easy to elect him.
tJ r ,u fur -r, he, d he will sure
( lub roMns ''".U
A Lam" printer jrot into an
argument on the Vt Sue 1 it
Fr-.lay im-rnir.g and to e-iip'.a
s .- -reu-u ks. heaved a brick
v,;i!l t)i ,.!ass n, c I)oj.M,t H
,vtaur.int. He was arrested
Mrs. W, W. Ferguson, who had
!"v?i -visiting relatives in Fayette
. .. ,ul1
.) lt. rr,.., ' i u
ms.-n umi son tilen. Mis, V,, H
N.a, V. Housrhton and wife l-if ll
t;t.liL.her and wife J lUr.'t
1 were among the
;t'i;d Settlers' day,
latsie 111 over
Monday, driving through
Pu-saie c.ur.e down on the ni ht
tr.,'ii Ydt. sday to seetht-ir sis. k
iv ' itiu , C. T. Va:;Ber.t!iusen.
l)r Hmbaek, of Nevadi .-a-!
;ter.ded services t the Christian'
! i.e. o jii.i is. vl .iiss Iusv;e.
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, 1 1 a 1 11 'i.u-i in .1 : r iv .s 1 1 id.i v
Mr. W. 8. Montgomery of San;
I'taiu isce sri ived hei
'on a visit to the fait.iiy tf his;
Cr.cle It. Mattv s Hi.
i:i m cakin Rich Hi I Monday
1''. 1' -. nrii;g on a
i (j 1 f. r:i Nm:i!.i nj
t in lit ftllfr
altho li e
? 1,a i;-,t t--ri ar.n-iiiC-Watc
h fur rs't scr.
d j et.
Gne cf fo Brit Kesri Yut K.i
Yrar. Ks CBtrai;cti Stalsard.
in the 0tj l,fp-je Saturdar't
afterr.o-jn to a good crowd and he
is the test s;eaker the Demo, j
crats have had here- i
Dx !?ry is a forcefal paker
and is posted on current
f'lel his spef-ch by telling!
uie democrats tt.at irthey want ' the petit jurors,
ed a place at the "pie counter"
whon Bryan makes his splint ! N"r!3r :1 Kilh hlre
mcnts, they must stay ori the f r U:Urs (w '-Jfz-Kr
ing line in his behaif-his intro-'.yOUCg caa U Mi l
ducloryjoke. ! schorl. Sop;it!(.T.;l hte 1
Bakery and Shepherd x.nt. a-j bay by n"xt "ltnifr
diet each other as to the panic of Ben Rand w;'! coxcser.ce
l'.'". S'uepherd, who spoke i gathering in his c-'rn cr p In a.
here some time ago says we had - dsy. lie Li have to work
a panic because we have no bankjoist to keep cp with tlioseyourg
guaranteed deposits law. Dock- j he recently parchaised.
ery says it was because of Roose-' Price
veit's policies. They do not seem j Joba r(Jy acd Uailj ,.r Vir
to know who was to blame CI?J and Arch v5j t,f
, Montana visited at Mart Wheat
Jo..n Dowel!, of Adrian, spent !eys' Saturday and Sunday.
oaiuruay in ims City wita his
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ivanaas city, wno red been the
guest of Miss Harriet Cole, re
turned home Friday.
For Kirt C! twt Work
I'romj.tljr turnJ out.
ninl t rvmt.l
prs.. com to I ,S.
We Print Anyting!
Sale Bills Circulars
Programs Hill Hds
F M. Bank Building
To trade with Tribune culver
tirers. They are all reliable
linns and worthy of your
trade. Look them up when
you aro looking lor bargains.
0 Read the Tribune's Advertisements, o
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f!:iV-s tou?.j a 'tho ;:': r.- t a:
irr.: kn-Ts th rrwl.Vfr. r;l
r--'J of the cour.ty and ha t.'.e
inu-rcsts f t tU c-sr.ty at -art-Mr.
I in his rr r..'. ifiirsar. 1
is c-- f-tent to t.i ti.e cUe
-'"f.t hy hi!n. Th lo.le cf
p? ' ' J" 't i r.i
- - juk .' ,.
1 Bstkr tiiii
-rt i ci:e cf
! sprained ankle whll working oa
-the mad r,rM;-ir !t
We were very &crry to k-irc of
the serious hlcess cf Professor
V&r.Benth-jysen, of Rich HIIL
We hpe he wiil soon recover and
be able to take up bis school
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day from the Sedaiia flr. It
Mrs. Gabe c. n't came l.c-Ejesoc-a
he will be goicfe to Wyc mirg.
We went o see thl dredge boat
the e ther day fur the first tiiie.
We supposed everybody had
been to s.-e but have heard quite
a number say they have not seen
the wonderful boat. It is only a
few m;ies now and every one
should go. They w id not regrtt
I the trip
We were in Butler Wednesday
visiting Mrs. F B. IWron and
seeing the rid v tilers shake
hands and have a good time.
BjTl,ey cerlai:.l enjoy these aa-
Bjnual gatherings. IVhtical can
didates were conspicuous. Glad
to see every vi ur. Hvard i t onei
candidate x bachelor) say ha
was getting a'.ocg t;uy kissing
th babies. Keith, lUavley,
New He:::e, Fester, iu fict til of
Bites county was well represent
ed. Heard the president caliiug
fer abe ta come and wake tho
spetvh he was on the program
fer but Gibe was i:j Sedai'.a hst
eau.gto the big.:.ticinspeak.
Mrs. Mary Sherman, who his
Uvu visiting reiitives in Foil
; Sv-. u the p.tst few weeks, uiee
I heme S.iturda.
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