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RICH HILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCT. 19 too.
J. A. Earncs Killed In Msco
Yards Irlday Ivculrj Uhllc
J. A. Barns, a Frieo brnk
tnan with headquarter at P1-hk-anton,
Kansas, and well known
here as "Barney " wn run v r
and instan'ly killed in thIVic
yards here Friday evening about
4:15. It wt'ins Unit he h-vl
thrown the switch, at Sixth St.
and and as the en trim tmckv'J
toward him he stepped on the
brake beam on tlie roar of the
tender. Hi? foot slipped and he
was thrown atrile of tin team.
One leg was caught in the a witch
and torn off at the hip. It was
wedged between the rails so
tightly that the ppikes had to be
removed to get the limb out.
The body was thrown under
the tender and the wheels pass
ed over the abdomen. The engi
neer knew nothing of the terri
ble accident until he had run the
engine about 100 feet.
One arm was severed at the
wrist but aside from this no in
jury was done to thebody above
The remains were taken to
Booth' Undertaking rooms and
Coroner Lusk held an inquest
Saturday morning with the fol-
lowing jury: Joe Anderson,
foreman, Henry Klumpp, Joe
McCuilough, J. II. Rupard, II. P.
James and C. E. Ferrell. - .
- There were three eye-witnesses
of the accident, Ross Jones, the
little son of City Clerk Ed. Jonea
a little son of Robt. Bridges and
Is recognized by pres and
public every where, -u are
pleased and delighted .with her
readings. Multitudes itdl her
parlors daily, and are happy
Her power excites the wonder
and the admiration of the most
akeptic&l. Gifted by nature with
marvelous mediumistiQ powers,
thia remarkable woman, may U;
consulted on ail matters cum-tain
In to the human rare.. An U' " ainui htreei usi mgm.
strictly confidential. Hours 0 a. Will Fritz was in Butler Sun
m. to 9 p.m. -t I day.
I hao several .tracts of Land in Scott
County, Kansas to trado for land in Mis
souri. I hav(vfracts. from 160 acres up.
Improved and unimproved.
If you want to trado you cannot afford to
pass this by. . t
Call mo up on phono or call and seo mo.
Rich nill, -
a young daughter of Adam Dorr.
Mr. names' father and broth-
r live t (Jlietopn, Kansas, and
tin1 brother came horo Saturday
and tonk the remains therefor
I)ec ntii d was a Royal Arch
Business is at a standstill, so
far as investing is concerned,
..... '"niiui. innv a.y uuttl
it is known who i elected Presi
dent It h evident that if one '
candidate is elected business will .
improve and if the other is elect-!
ed there will be a crash. This is ;
u fact or there would not be the
pre election depression. Can
yon figure c-ut who will improve
business and who will cause
greater depression? Figure on
this as you go to vote.
Leo Ioeb has accepted a
position with the government at
Washington, as an engineer,
Leo graduaU?d from Missouri
University in PJOG and from the
lloston Technical Institute last
Spring and is well equipped in
his profession. Leo has many
friends who wish him the best of
success. He leaves for Wash
ington about Nov. 15th.
Miss Georgie Davis returned
Sunday from a ten days visit
with relatives and friend in Kan
Dr. Claud Allen returned to
Kansas City Sunday, after
spending several days with his
parents in this city.
The state campaign is center
ed in St. Louis this week, and
the national artillery is all train
ed on New York.
Rich Hill felt the need of a
band during this campaign.
Joe Baker, the livervman, was
a Butler riaitor Saturday.
Attorney W. O. Jackson, of
Butler was in Rich Hill Monday.
H. M. Ball and futiiily spent
Sunday with friends in Kansas
The B. l0- Elka gave their
regular dance at their clnb rooms.
Hot ITJater Bottles
BEST RUBBER GUARANTEED
If thoy have a flaw, wo make
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j " t) IM'-'i. '!! J-:'--i'-d by ''15. F. 'or.-;, -r e n. J
bcdamalorCtT " ";S?HSl?S VH;v:i:::r
Cutler the Winner In Contest
Held friday Night.
Butler won both places
in the county declamatory con
test, held in the Butler Opera
House Friday night. The high
schools of Hume, Rich Hill, But
ler and Adrian were repreifnted
and the 'rooters' from the differ
ent places made things rather
interesting. The judges were
Prof. J. II. Scarborough, cf War
rensburg, Prof. G. A. Thiel;E3n,
of Appleton City and Supt. L. E.
Brous, of Lamar.
Archie Odneal and Miss Louisa
Allison, both of Butler, won.
Rich Hill was represented by
Ivan Corbin and Miss Lulu Bar
Charles McNamer and Miss
Li?.zie Cox w ere united in mar
riage at Rich Hill at 11:00 a. m.
Wednesday. Tlie ceremony wa
performed by Rev. R. B. Rup
ard in the parlor of the Talmage
House. The happy couple took
the noon train for Kansas City.
They wiil return the last of the
weeK and go to housekeeping in
the grew in 'a pretty home, six
miles northwest of Metz.
The bride has long been a fav
orite with a larj;e circle of
friends who are waiting to con-
Mr.- McNamer is
ft prosperous farmer andahplen-
did young man who has the re
spect of all. Tlie Times joins a
host of friends in wishing them
many years of happiness.
MWDV 46-RICH tllll 14,
The Rich Hill High School Bas
ket Bail team went to Nevada
Saturday and were beaten by the
' score as given. Hie score does
not indicate the strength of the
leaiis as the Kich Hill boys have
always played on out door
! grounds aud this game was play
led inside. On the other hand
j Nevada plays indoors and if the
game were plaved here the score
might be reversed.
John E, Swanger Today.
Secretary of Slate John II
Swanger speaks at Adrian this
afternoon at 3.-00 o'clock and at
Butler this evening at 7:i'0. Mr.
Swanger Is one cf the most en
itertaiiung talkers m the cam
paign and will doubtless have
good audiences at both places.
Bryan predicted dire distress
if Guld Standard was adopted in
l'.V.. After twelve years of gold
standard the American jHoplo
have so much money that Bnan
thinks they should have guaran
teed bank deposits.
The club house at Ovid is tilled
with duck hunter from Kansas
Geo. O. Circle, one of this city s
pioneer citizens died at his hoa e
just south of town Sunday morn
ing, aged 09 years. He was a
member of General Canby Post,
No. 10, G. A. R. and the burial
services were conducted by this
organization Monday afternoon.
runerai services at me uome i
k-eat TntArmont - rr.A ;
Green Lawn cemetery.
el leaves a wife and
Mrs. Donahue Dead.
Mrs. Mary E. Donahue, moth -
er of Jack Donahue and one of
the f arlv resident of Ti.ir.h 111.
died at the home of Barry C. 'inent are to be taken without ;
Brown and wife in Kansas City, ! d.,ubt about such a matter aid:' Ser.itor is a cec:ber cf
Monday morning. Sotne x -hlical trickster Las ; '"Old Guird" which is -for
The remains were brought to; been busy lately. We have re- j Cv.vherd. Suppcrt Cowherd aa-i
Rich Hill Tuesday noon and after ceived. a number of a circuiiry3 s jpp-rt St-e. Support
a short funeral service, conduct- j signed, "St. Louis Sabbath Ol- j and you cannot coasistectly
eJbyRev. A. G. Keast, the re-Uervance Association. B. F.jb f,'r Cowherd. Tney are of
mains were laid to rest in Green j Reynolds, Secretary, P.O. B tx d-erent wings cf the Democra
Lawn cemetery. ( 7i0". -tic party. IV11 Dec3cratic who
Sheriff Beard phones us that is printed to look as much like
he has been confined to his room i;'? Auti -Salo :n League envel, pu
fjra week with a bad throat,'3 possible, but is diJerect type.
Tuesday being the first day he
was able to be in his office. He
that on account of bi ;g'ser.t us was mailed at St. Louis',
busy waiting ma circuit court
and distributing election sup-
plies he will be too busy to get
around much. Mr. Beard's
f riends are all workintr for hi :n
and he will not lose votes bv
staying in Butler to attend to his
Isn't it a blessicg that Supt.
Ives did not establish the county ;
spelling match duringthe Russo '
Jap war and we hope that it com- j
esrff before Bulgaria and Tur-'
kfv Tilt-on vi.ir in
under the Pn.f. makes us famil -
iar with his habit of picking up a
newspaper when he gives out a
sjHllirig lesson and we 1kjh tlie
contestants will ouly m:i up a
gainst American news.
W. N. Crouch, of Gross, Kan,
died Saturday at his home. Ira
Crouch of this city w as called to
the bedside of his father, but be
fore he arrived his father do-d.
Funeral services were held i.t
the Christian church Tuesday
morning. Burial was made in
Green liwn cemetery.
We are sorry that wo did n t
learn that it is dangerous to run
a newspaper in Bates county a
year age and we conld have a
voided tlie danger. As it is, ve
will have to put a time-lock on
the utf.ee door one of the kind
that open every time a subscrib
er approaches who los g-d
for a renewal.
A freight car was burue.1 . t
Athol Saturday nxu). Tl--e r, .t ih
bound passvuger stopped while
li'.e engine mevcvi sevenu ciinT
cars out the dan;
ger r-ne. The!
is u u k uo w n. j
oriji'in of the c ru is
'1." ir.r-i.i'.j, a't-r.U Mr.'.
II n,.;' ..- .. . .. r . . Ft I i't t-r-
i e; uj;i,y n..j-i-rs ir.tert f v.t -.r i. J v.r
is rnd.'i.'.ted:y a fike ci;: 1 f- r'h: c.v.-k h -;..
. D?j;i'x.'ratic purpose". As it was !
I i i-U-J t ;j ilju .saL.i' typo ip;.;ir
ent'y as "The Misotri I sue"
the organ ot the Missouri Acti-
Sa!-v,n I-igae. cf wh
R;..l:i;-i,n was formerly
h U. G-
jtendant, and a.s it was evidently
mailed to lists which Lai beni
1 ued by the Acti Si!cn League
i purj.t!es, Bewp
; pcr KC'a w :i were -'i11 toi
ascertain the origin of it cahed on :
I Rev. II J. Mo-vre, the prefer.:
sui"i i.ji'.'jUdui n i,.e Lf.'a;.'.1. i-j
find out what the League clrbt-
'know abut the circular. In tne!
1 last is.ue of the '.M.ss'-uri Is3e';
; Mr. Mosre. who is a man c f the
! be-t reirjte. ar.d bisp
;SThercti?ra card o.i thtcr.vch r.,.1
1 ne print is tue bame type as tt.e
' ""- 5 Station,
is a purpose in
r.j i-r.e cau deny,
. a"d it i sj ;.a;a
. c-a ; i' i- n
1 tie S;. l"j,s Sabbath lsvr-
vanee Aocliiti.a h is not been
discovered by any one up to this
tithe. The r.au.e of B. F. Rey
nolds is r;' t in the directory. P.
vi' i is ru'it Usoa oy any
on of cither name we are in
formed. A Liiuib-r of prominent mor
iters as we'd as the State Super-
j illU'n,1,'nl "f l!u? An
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Look for the
I 1 jvr Trcr'T'l Twrniy r.tw Si";d W'i.rrlrr . Wi.tott
Sr ii mi I usr. ,m (lie r.til 31 ijv ti.tve tuvhnc
will I e jM for cash vt t!. hikUliierrxt -'n At a t .4 re.
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Singer Sewing Machine Co. i
T. II. VjnMnt ri, l.oenl Aeitt
ti;..v ltli f. ?. !. Prow ,U. s,.ut!i Stiwt.
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To trade with Tribune adver
tisers. Thoy r.ro all reliable
linns aud worthy of your
trade. Look them up when
you are lookiir; lor bargains.
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,krr ar;i r.' f--f in St.
are -vr- t "r.g OiLe;"l
strrrc!j w':...-n I.-j hi decUrn 1
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ffrtbe Urge el.k. lister t-c
il-s thit if the, ;&C'1 cf t
Lot:Is c-'-ntr-i their gjrerre't
that Le will "bu":;'ei,f a.ui
he is tuik'r. CV.il.erd vs. r
Iettt.-d ' hii r"-ry 'iij ist tL-t
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B-'-'.tr'.s. aglc, f-r Ccx-
h-;rd. if joj ws.ut tifsn li
vote f-r Hi hzi the R;'ui:'
sxii stte t.itt.
't to keep down- the cent
polities ia S:. Lc-is should rve i
y as J the Republican
; A tuap of the United States
turned upUe down !x-ks re-
; carait.-:v i. .
the b-dy cf aa
i elvp:.a-t. Try
it and see.
After next Tuesdi? people will
besla to take &u interest ia tle
i Missouri Kiusas fcxt-bll gauie.
uccount i f t
.' says t.hat on
i s t!:it have beea
rallied durir:g this campaign the J
:.ail factories o'jght to be
a ginl business.
It is a juostia whether Folk's
uppp.'rtvrs wiil cte for Ce.w-r-erd
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