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f '.Missouri Tacific Time On!.
NOKTIl IIOCNK. XT. l.ol H s .
N.. 208 Imvch., T !
No. 2V0 ln'H vc ''' I' "
Ka. COO Inve ..... T :"' i m
W F.rtT P"I"N l, KT. Hi i I i I' ' i. VI,
No. 407 Ix-Rvco " p- '"
No. 43 laVet n. in
No. 209 Arrive ft-
No. 207 Arrives 1:12 p. m
No. 205 Arrlvcw iM'i pm
KiSTBOI'M), FT. W'UTT IKMKAI,.
No. 409 Arrives I i ! i
No. 410 ArrlvoH livi.)i. re?
11. A. Il.ui.RV. Ant.
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Vn. ll 1'iiKwiia.T 11.4.1 . in.
o Hi. ,:txM 4 l. m.
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Nil 111. r.-iH.-n;;.T it .;! I'. '".
No. 142 ronmits Ht Unton with
day trains for Texn anil Oklahoma
No. 114 connects Ht Plenimntoti
wltitf'txt trulna for Texas and Ok
InlioiiiH point. nnd for Meniphla
mid the Moutlienst: film with local
piiMH. nper for Kaunas City, arriving
a City 10.CO p. m.
(). P. Conover, Agt.
I AT THE CHURCHES-
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W nut Street M. E. Church.
Sunday School fit 0:13 a. m.
Pseaching at 11 a. m.
Junior League at 'J:C0 p. m.
Epworth League at G:C0 p. m
Preaching at 7.30 p. m.
Prayer meeting on Thursday
evening at 7:C0.
The public are cordially invit
ed to attend.
A. G. Keast, Pastor.
M. E. Church, South.
Sunday School at 'J: 4 3.
Preaching at 11 a. m.
Junior League at 2 p. m.
Senior League at G:"0 p. m.
Preaching at 7:00 p. ci.
Everyone cordially invited to
attend the services.
William II. IIakguove,
First Presbyterian Church.
Sunday School, 9:43 a. re.
Junior Endeavor, 3:00 p. rn.
Preaching at 11 a. m.
Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p. m.
Prayer Meeting every Thurs
day at 7:30 p. in.
Preaching at 7:30 p. in.
J. G. West Pastor.
German Ev. Lutheran Church.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Preaching at 10:30 a. m.
English preaching at 8 p. m.
Everybody is cordially invited
to attend these services.
Chr. Bcnge, Pastor.
A!l Prosperous l.'cn.
Cotuo to think of It the Repub
lican State nominees are not
seeking ofllec, because not one
of them needs n salary. They
arc all prosperous men and each
must make a sacrifice to hold ft
In the pmctice of law Hadley
can easily make $20,000 a year.
Ilia salary as Governor will bo
$5,000, and ho must spend that
much to live in gubernational
style at the capital.
Swanger'a salary is only f 3,000
while his time given to his three
big newspapers ought to be
worth $10,000. Gmelich is a
banker, and a man of affairs who
will hardly bo able to serve as
loss to his income far exceeding
the salary of $1,000 a year.
Wilder has business interests
representing at least $100,000,
which renuire his time and
Tolerton has a bank and other
interests out of which he can
make twice as much as the salary
of State Auditor, which is only
$3,000 a year.
Maring can get a better salary
for less work than he will derive
from the State as Treasurer,
i Fulkerson's law practice nets
him twice as much as the salary
of Attorney General, $3,000 a
Judge Cox could make at least
$10,000 a year in the practice of
No, these men are not office
Catholic Church Services
- Services ist and 3rd Sunday
"Mass at ? a. m.Q
Ref. i'aibw Murphy, Pastor.
P,!f, Tail's Marulcas Methods.
Mr. Tuffs method of work
have ftlwny been a marvel to
tlionowho lime been in close
official association with him. He
turns from ono task to nnoiher
with tlm utmost facility, nl'o'-.s
himself to bo intorrui'b d ci h i
vial prete vt s v. bile immerse.! hi
eonsideial inn o( mipoi i v.t t i
ters, and seemingly pwer va-1
ea a minute, w ith it a!! Ue.-oi' r
unruffled and good tmturod. lb.
wa Rt his desk in tln War De
partment up to Vho very m coiu!
of his start to the Philippine in
1903. When but twenty minutes
remained in which to catch the
train he was notified, but contin
ued to sign papers.
'Only fifteen minutes", .-aid
"All right," replied Mr. Taft,
dipping his pen freshly into the
"Five minutes," urged t h
"All right," was Mr. Taft's
response, seizing another docu
ment. Six minutes later the secretary
said he thought Mr. Taft h id
missed the train.
"All. right," said Mr. Taft,
sliding into his coat, "w'll go
Mr. Taft was busy with his
papers in the carriage a it dash
ed to the depot, where the train
had been kept waiting for twen
"I thought it would wait,"
commented Mr. Taft, a he
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i'-"' l!'ii!er l),.. Pricker, W..F. Wolfe,
cit.v 10 hear 1 1 it-' he;. I ,,!,' North, Chnrh'5 Garrison,
lo. Ml Daniel, dies Moudy and
! D in l,ewh went to tho Miami on
a fishing trip last week and bd
n groat streak r.f giKid luck, they
1 1 ;ol the fish to fthnw for that fact.
I The novel experience of tho trip
!w the catching of about 100
i eo"d tlh in the ton of a tree
The evidently belong to the
nr. Kit liil.oHnd were probably
u croK between a red squirrel
ami a hickory shad. All of the
11. en tihove named attertt to the
coi roct nesn of ibo statement and
there are too many of thein for
tbo editor to safely contradict
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;i. of tho
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10 ti,. y
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Tie" Toronto D.ol.v Mar r. nil
Geo. T. Aidl ( bu- D.unb
Aninrtls are b,-i-ing a niove-
it to cole! I-.-. tc the centennial the statement, besides he got a
liberal quantity of the fish and
one of them had a large acorn in
its stomach, showing clearly that
it had been in the top of a tree, o
here goes our confirmation of the
report. Adrian Journal.
of l !io per. ce bet V. 1
tain nnd th' I'id't
have l.t-C'ii nt p'.'.-i
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.1 Mite--. We
't En tin id
iii- cclobr.it ion
von!.l n'oce clo-ely weld the ties
01 ,'1 i--o. !:.:;' f', ,- ' ',Ti the iireat
Ti o Fresh m tin to d Sub. of
l,o High School pltijed basket
bail l.et Friday evening, the
jriit.e being won by the Subs.
Ti.e Hiiirwd fupennte.ident
of the Mo. I'uc. p.issed through
Rich Hid Friday on a special
I bo merchant are busy now
showing their stock of fu.ll and
wir.t-T grd L ok at the ad
in the Tribune. Tliey give you
seekers. Thev offer to serve the climbed aboard- It is better
people more for the good they that we should keep a train wait
can accomplish and for the hon- ingthan that the business of the
or which attaches to service, United States should be delayed
than for the nav involved. because a few papers weren t
The tieoole should recognize signed.
vlie fact that the Repnblican par
Representative b. M. iiritlHU.
Urcutt Judtfo C. A. lK-ntoii.
Trobate Judne J. A. Silvern.
SheritT C. F. llenrvl.
Circuit Clerk 1). T. Uiulirw.
County Clerk C. i. Week
llfcorder I. M. Smith.
Treatiurer W. II. I'.. !l.
Proa. Atty. W. II. H.iwkoii.
School Com. A. L. Ives.
Surveyor i:. 15. l'orron.
Administrator .1 no. Ilayn.
Corouer ). F. IlritU k.
Presiding J utlj;e J. F. Hiu ix-r.
Aiotlate " -A. I), lly.le.
First church of I Chrst, Scientist ty Las selected successful men
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for the offices to be filled by the
A Sad Case,
Sunday School, 9:43 a. m.
Service at 11 a, m.
Testimonial Meeting on Wed
; nesday at 8:00 p. m.
I Keading lloom open on Wed
: nesday from 3 to 5 p. m.
I All cordially invited.
oWtinn 5n November. Thev
hnl,1 hoar in mind that these An oia Knueman was wnccun
men are not seeking income from pop eiy w ,110 enrou-e
thestate, but are seeking to ibrougu He un to u.c :tniu., mo.,
ervtho Btnt. Tliovhava n. Monuay. ms name 1 v..-urK
swered the call of their party to cat, and he started from
w.ii,,, ftn.lifplocted Duluth, Minn, to a friend m Lich
There are i newspapers
published in the Ur.itod States;
about. l,ii t of tbeia f.re publish
ed d.iiiy; 120 are, maniiged, edited
and puoii-lied by negroe. In
A.-i.i there are o.u periodical
publications, of which tlie great
er p.irt appear in l$rilih India
and Japan; tlie latter country
publishes l,;io0 n e w spa per.
Africa ha only -0-.) new-papers
of which thirty are jiublihed in
Egypt and the rest appear in the
vaijout Euiope.m col' :i es.
Dlsapptartiit Appletci City.
According to the Appleton
City Journal, Dr.- Proud us, who
ha for a year or two been con
ducting a grocery store in that
city has mysteriously disappear
ed. Just before the arrival of
the evening south bound train,
Thursday of last week, Mr.
Hrondus tried to sell his business
I John I. Keed, who conducts ft
meat market in the same building
but failed. Since that time he
ha not been seen. None of his
family had any warning of his
intention of leaving. No good
cause can be assigned to explain
his mysterious absense as he
was regarded as a good business
mtin of temperate habits, and
having no pressing debts. Thos.
Oburn, a brother-in-law has
taken charge of the business.
Parties sending for back nuta-
! bers o! the Tribune for a certain
article should give the date when
J the said article appeared. If the
exact date is not known tell the
will put good public service
above personal interest.
Released from Jail.
Rich Hdl Brick & Tile Factory
100,000 3, 4. t ncl 8-inch
Tile in our yards ready for the
$12.50 per 1,000.
16.50 " "
Will soon have vitrified ana
building'Jjrick for Bale at factory
II. U. BOOTH, M&r.
Excursion rates Via The
Missouri Pacific Railway.
Meetiujrs f TowuMilp lurl
Flriit WediieHtlay lifter tSn-t Tues
day lu April.
Flriit Tuesday after Hot Monday
Third Monday of Noiemtur of
rcU year at ollhe of the tuwuidilp
Hill. Arriving in Kansas City,
Mr. West ran out of fund and
started to walk to his destination.
while passing through here he
was stricken and fell to the pave
ment. Marshal Thompson inn
moned Dr. Walker, who pro-
John Edwards, one of the ne- nounced it a case of apoplexy
groes arrested for complicity in J Mr. West wa taken to Mrs,
the recent riot and fight at the Fitchs' and after regaining con-
recent riot and ficht at the sciousness he told his story. He
Missouri Pacific depot in this is without friends or near rela
city and who had since been in I Uves, 73 years old and on hi way
jail awaiting trial, was released to find work with an old associate
last Saturday on payment of a at Rich Hill. When he has suffi
Summer tourist tickets on sale une of $1.00 and costs and trie ciently recovered to resume in
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, ,. . 1 s lamiiii uava uuuru 111 uiowuu 1 nmrni'v tunitiviii, ui'.uvi rwo j-
aauy wcoioraao, uiau, Oregon, - - t. .
,., .. . ,, , ly jau. 110 was costing um raisea 10 lane uuu vo in unuua
vaiuorniu, nuu vyiu .vit-Ajv, m tn 1 ....n,,,,.,,!!, lr
very low rates, return limit ol keep ,iim ia idiencs tnd Pros- Fitch.-Helton Hereld
tickets October dl st. ecutincr Attorney Dawson
Horn c Soke re tickets on sale to thought this was th best aolu-
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all southwestern, western and tion ol the problem, tawaras is
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northwestern State and Canada, "urJ wuu ""7" money's worth
1.1.. - ... 1 v.. . 1 ,Q ocmg at uiuur. x u-iikv.J
Sept. land 13, Oct. 0 and -0, L numhcr of the leading citieua ',ch Hill Thursday
Nov. J and li, Dec. 1 and 12, re- of Windsor, was presented to the K. E. Hoover was in Anion t
turn limits2I and CO! day from officers here. The petition atat- Thursday.
uatoois&ie. ea inai ne wasorgoou ciiaracwr it.mB u,.., ir, t...
15. P. O. E.. Pslla. Texa. and had never been known to . M,irri,vil!. M . xvhere bo is
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Tivkitrnhale July U to 13, re- e any irouo.e. iiru, UJU Unending heboid at thu Morris-
Why rot wear the best mater-
IhI. :.rd l:it styles? See the
Hurrows Mi! v.ryi. Not only
1 heir siui are correct, out so
are tin ir prie .
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ul- . I '.i.' ktv I i H of ti in 111 III lit ell
111,1 o loot i,f! r j.tr!t;K mili-rrlp-ti
en. iii, l to .'.-ii.' 11, "f li'ilie ly
iin-mti f !. .-i. 1 e tiio.l. iii.iifi'.i.'iHy
1 ff etlvi ; po-til.,;) p- rmaneiit; prefer
on.- vv ll!t el' -rl.-L.-e, hut vvoul l con-
cl.il r uny ii p i.'iint v It h-good nat
nr.il (in li'tr.-atiiii'-; f il irj $1 !A p't
lu y. vi It !i eoui'.ii--! n option. Ad
il'i -. wHh r. f- M tiviM. 11. c. Pi fuo.-k
U.K. 1, 1 P'- S'lorfH MnnniiiK' lil'ltf.
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Goto he Hurrows Millinery
Co. for your hat and jour
FOR THE BOY CD EIBI
Any boy or girl cn ue It. Jurt
-in uh 11 while kliret on the wtlltnd
ou ciii Iisvf nil kindtof fun. Full
direction tor ue it tent with tha
Any hoy or girl cn secure eight
new miIivci ltd r in thort tims and
m tint Itr.iuiifol Magic Lantfrn.
Send for :implct for csnvatting.
Send nil monry by pottofiice
money order or draft,
The Kansas City Journal
Our Prices are Always Right
17.10 for round not have a weapon in the tine College.
acre. uuiier uemocrai.
11. A. Hailey, Agent.
Cash in Advancs.
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Ui.iail).ullakulOlf. IIUtlllHI lI.
bLl.10 W Uet.1 ,4 VltlblOWf IIVIIWW0 ttli VCSlbl WlllHlltfl
Carf rointi1 or m-nj r"fot.fi. All tr,Hclni furctitta rAf fa to
mirury or lieurlvu mi1H innl t' a. S .-U.L;!i..f) I r.'Ui bklu-l. fftlleftUtl Ailftc
iT- twd I f uinl i.J o'n-.i, iir.i, ;ur ii fi.r):,i, Or Iran iu er l'iii
( kr( low Utfl 'U H'M I'l'll I,4 ri,M.(NC luifolul. &tt
u ku4 far Mrn C.ji.uHik:uu flu mui co:. uuuli, umii1 bl Uilvr.
MGcmlnal Vcaftnoco .ni
h Sexual Debility,
I faUIM !. c-m cu li t I I lo- r
of "l K'"""- I'.'i' " "'
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1 pof-. Pfi rfcc r,d nor: ,"Urii Wylt
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Hydrocelo and Z?:xll
Plllmnrk nuoa a
V' "Imp Pit !- TiolaU
;i. (),.,',,!l. wkt 1.1 in MiMlift
tfjt, U., Lmrickuciiil j cui4 lUioul L a
e.llnlini Ttrribl !.
e-jirJ .r HI. Bi.xd jui..int it 4 Oil p
lrioi i;ipti peruAutij curco. i
ftr fr boitt v ! "I
W I lurr. 11 full Or;OyllM I
Of w., it. 0e IS fcbd ouio, ol I
,M 'I 'n villi rit,,'r -rrrf I
t Pi..4 t.Ul.l Ul I broOlM S tUSi
-( Muaiuw of Amatowv torn tttm.
on the county.
Rich Hill Coy Wca,
The authorities did wisely In
turning this fellow loose, instead
of keeping him through the w in
ter months. The negro mention- Hy January 1st we hope to June
ed is probably all right but there the Tribune book J 11 shape to run
are tnany fellows who like to a strictly cash in advance bust
spend the cold months boarding ncss, and to do this we mut
collect from delinquents. If jou
get a statement from us plea'
attend to the matter at once. It
is a business matter and should
be attended to in a business like
Paul Laughlin, the thirteen- way
year-old son of E. F Laughlin, of Whero wo send a statement
northwest of Ilich Hill won the and receive no reply, we will U
first prize of $25.00 and a ccrtia- compelled to send the account to
Icate, in the boy's corn judging la collecting agency. Tlii applies
ccntcst at the Sedaha Fair. only to those who have ubMibiti
Mr. Iiaughun Is recogmzeu aa Ny ignored our U tters. Please
a corn expert and his son might attend to thi matter.
also be claased along w ith him
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All vie in VI 13 luttii J iaiijwtvsw.h a-.
from all parts of the rtate. 1 1 1 K i 13 U iN i
We'd b: Pleased to Showj
You a Thins or Two in
"S LiJ L ;
That part of tho Printing Business
i:i our "oiisuitt" WoHayo ovQry
thiii'.; necessary Ito. turn out first-
c ass work. Gio us a tria order
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Brine ia your work and got