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No. 408 Arrive
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AT THE CHURCHES
W nut Street M. . Church.
Sunday School at 0:1;) a in.
Pseaching at 11 a. in. ;
Junior League at 2:30 p. m. .
EpwortU L 'igue ;it o:30 p. in '.
Preaching at 7.30 p. m.
-pVayer meeting on Thursday
evenin'vt 7:30. . 1 ,
-Thc-pub5ic are cordinily-invited
to attend. , ,x ,';
n ft Si - A. li. KEAST, llustor.. t
M. E. Church, South.
Sunday School at 11:43. j
Preaching at 11 a. in.
Junior Ivapuo at L' p. m. ;
Senior I'asine at C;Mp. m.
PreachinR at 7:"0 p. m.
Kyryoiie cordially invited to
attend tho serv ices. 4 '
WlMJAM 11. llAitGuon;,-
'" Z- ' Pastor. '
lU'i-rewntntire I. M.tJrlllith.
Ilrcnlt Judirt U. A. IVnton.
Prolxite Judire J. A-Kllvern.
ISliprlr C. F. IVnrd.
Circuit CU rkl). T. Kiul.rve
rounty n-rk i. ttVk.
llecordc r I. M. Smith.'
.Xruaaurtr-W. U. VdL.
. l'r. Atty. W.il. 1Jhwuu.
Hchool t'oin. A. I.. Iv-h.
Surveyor V.. U. I'.orron.
Admltilntrntor Juo. llye. "'
roroncr . r. licuwk.
rreoliiluic J uliT J. V. Hfin-er.
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' r.rtlt'M Smith.
Rich Hill Trick &. Tile Factory
Tila In our yards ready for the
' 3-inch ' .
6-inc'a 1 1
5 12.50 per 1,000.
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Will- aoou have fititficd and
builaing'brick for tale at factory
V. M- BOOTH, Ugr.
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lii!iKr or Knww illy, arriving
attnns.J. city 'to.W. p. in..;
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First Pretbyterian Church. '
Sunday KiiK'-, 'JA'r a. in.
o. Junior Kndt'jvvtu-, 30 p. in.
Pit'iehintf at 11 . m.
ClirUtjan Kndeavor, C:0 p. in.
P'rayur Meoitcjj'.everj Thurs
day at 7:0Q'p.' uw; ' ' !
..; .PrcacLirig aX 7:33- p.' to, , ,
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Genfiail ET;Xutheran Church, j
Sunday school at 9:30 a." tn. J ;
Preaching- at 10:00 a. m. ; i
English preaching ot 8 p. m. j
Everybody ia cordially invited
U) atUnd thesa services. ; j
. "'CiiiL Blnc;k, Pastor.
Catholic" Church Services
Service tst and 3rd Sunday
at 10:30.- . 1 - -.,"','.';
2 Mass at 8500 n 2 7.".'". ,",'?', i
- RevV Father ilurphy, Pastor,
First church of Chrst, Scientist
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Suuday Kc1kx 0:45 a. in.
, ..iM-Tviitt at 1 1 a,', uu-r-: '.! !
,' T;tiiiiiiiiivl Mefetliig on "vVed
hosday lit S:tK5 p, 'iu. "" '" V v 1
Uctulfug'Ki'tom tpen'on "Wed
nesday from 3.t6,5piD.'"."
All cof dially inviled. . . .: ' '"
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boi'KOi tIU Ti ibaiKi lor a eferUin
! articlu' sjiould ive tL? dit when
Uil said article appeared. If the
exact dale Is not known. tell the
Excursion rates. ..Via ..The .
; Missouri Tcific' Railway
; i?pfii fi: c.f U xx iitli ti v-l s on s ale
diiuy to CVj!oradt X'tidi, . Oi epu,
C!iforni, nd Old Mxioo, at
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ST., KtHSiS CITY L3.
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Ifates County ;.tin
must do several
() Soe that your Republican
neighbor votes. . ,. ..,;
(1) Make a quiet huit for votes
the grand-tand play a do no
' ', ;,
(5) If a Democratic friend con
tides to you that he is 'going to
vote the ilepob'ican ticket, don't
go boasting about it to Anybody
but shake his hand and keep
quiet. You don't yrant to give
the Democrats a chance to work
.on lum. Respect his confidence.
.(3) Vole fcitriy tyourseif and
then see that "'the.' other fellow
ote: . ,
(0) Do yoar iork quietly. It
does no good totand around the
polls and talk o the men there
they have;vctcd.;cIti3 the aan
you do not see that needs urging.
Every Republican vote and ve
will carry Bates County.
HAOUY AXD FOLK,
Recently we made the stat
ement that Democrats who were iri
favor of Folk for Senator would
naturally be for Hadley for Gov
ernor The Cutler Dsmocrat at
once called us, and 6eemed air
prised at the idea. Since then
ve liave done a little investigat
ing and fiad that Folk's support
ers are going to support HadJey,
and the Republicans owe the
Democrat a vote of thanks for
Folk stands for the new Demo
cracy in Missouri, and be downed
the "old guard" in 104. Cow
herd stands for the "old guard"
in Missouri and for Butler In
dian ruhi in St. Louis. These
are Tacts that the Democrat can
not deny, altho' it along with
other Democratic papers, has
tried to pass over the St Louis
frauds with pleasantries and
hints never denying that Cow
herd xvas nominated by corrupt
ballots in St. Louis.
..The Folk Democrats if they
vote for principle and not "just
Democratic will vote for Hadley
and the Republican state ticket,
because the Republican party in
Missouri stands for the same
principle that caused their elec
tion in 1904, with Folk the only
Democrat who was elected.
Democrats according to the
election law can support the Re
publican ticket and at the name
time vote for Folk their favorite.
Republican cannot support Folk
without sacrificing their entire
trckvt as Folk's name written on
a Republican ballot will not count.
With such a man as John C. Mc
Kinley the favorite, however, Re
publicans have no desire to sup
port I oik except that in the caae
that thoy miht want Folk if Mc
Ivlnloy is not chosen. Experts,
however, are backing up their
Folk election talk by belting h to
3 that he beaU Stone. John C,
McKinley will probably be nom
mated by the Republicans. Re
member you Folk Democrat,
that Folk and tho Republican
str.te ticket have forked together
harmoniously for four years and
if you are conscientiously a Folk
man, you are for the entire state
in-net. Elect Cowherd, and the
' old guard" ycu downed o hard
lour years ago will come into
power along with Ed. Catier of
$1,000 dollar bill fame.
'Remember, Republicans, that
you throw jour vote on Senator
away when you vote for a Demo.
critic candidate. This is accord
ing to tho primary law, and the
vote oa Senator is only aprkvary
ekx;tiun "tplit primary it is
C-t tl ?:r ZV.zly tzl
tn Cfn:fs:ir:u:;$a5 Will
EdJtorRjni Hill TaiXiCNK,
Di ar Sir: I read aamall item
ui a - RkJi II.il paper of at
week where It stated a Eepubli.
cn of Nevada Mo. conceded Kan
fas to Bryan. I venture nosuth
claim was ter made. If ao he
was certainly w soft. If there
was a diasatisfied Republican in
in this atatehe wiil certainly vote
the Socialist ticket for Bryan In
this part of the country is cer
tainly a "Dead Duck" We have
polled our county and we will
carry it by 400 over all the rest
combined. This township (Cedar)
13 tl. banner. Socialist to nLIp
and there are about 75 Socialists
102 Democrats and 2C3 Republi
cans. This is abont the proposi
tion all over the country.. As
President of the Ta ft and Sher
man clab, I have kept ia close
touch with the voters here and
Kansas never has beu in better
shape except in 1904 but we can
safely say that 2 3 of the Social
ist vote will come off of the Dem
ocratic party and our party is
working in harmony. Just watch
Kansas come to the front at the
very lowest estimate 33,000 for
Taft and Sherman. The claim
01 uryan carrying Kansas is a
bigger joke than Haskell, and is
about as useful as he is to the
Democratic party. I bare been
a c!se observer of politics for
30 years and I never naw a party
in better t.hape than we are out
here to sweep the country for
Taft and prosperity.
A. C. B.
liryan s record: roar years
as Democratic leader of the
House of Representatives with a
Democratic president, and : he
never accomplished a thing. This
shows his many theories to be
impracticable. Bryan is not
near the ido! he was eight years
ago. People like a man who is
broad enough to chango his mind
but do not admiri the man who
is spread out so much that he is
Slitfiif Ztzri III.
Chas. F. Beard, the present
sheriff and candidate for re
election on the Republican ticket,
along with Judge Geo- Temple-
ton, of thia city were billed to
stump the north-eastern part of
Bates county last week and Mr.
Beard was. taken ill Tuesday
and was not able to speak at
Johnstown that eight He went
home and was confined to his
room for several days. His
young sou was also seriously ill
last week. Whilo Mr. Beard
was unable to till several dates,
his friends are at work and have
not forgotten him.
Judge Tcmpleton spoke the
week out, coming homo Friday
night, on account of the bad
Judge Templeton, who is one
of the best known lawyer in the
county has made great gains and
will bo the next prosecuting
Cash la kinrj,
By January 1st we hope to have
theTribiine booktin shape to run
a strictlj? cash in-advance busi
ness, and to do this we must
collect from delinquent.. If you
get a st&temeut from us pWise
attend U the matter at once. It
isabusimvss matter and hhould
be attended to in a business like
Where wo ed a statement
and receive no reply, wo wi'l W
compelled to iced the aaour.t to
a co'.leYtir.s ngcncy.. TLIi applies
ou!y t tho: e whu hivo al oate
ly ignored vur !eiU p.vase'
attend to tbl matter.
The Kin; Snake.
Talk'ng aVut na'c,, Adao!
Derr quaJif. V Laving awn hiJ
:i'.nne tti Kiri ,r.!r in till.,.:, ,"ic. i - .. .
til hi glory in the Marrr.aV.nler.lW- nr ".--t.c
bottoms tlii aorncier. Adam.
b ing a modenf'ow, vlV.i uri
for hi n'putate-n for truUi and!
veracity, has btea Sr Uat re-i
lating his experience. Hit ku
gathering berries and knowing t
little island where they crew'
luxuriantly, be wan his horse
across a s'ough ar, J profxded to
11 his buckets with U,e b'g lus
cious U'rrits that hd r. t ln
theretofore disturbed. In crdi-r
to reach the bibest be moonteii
the body rf a faiicn trre that was
several feet from the proand,
resting on a stump. What at
first be supposed was a Lsge
limb across the tr-, on n-ar ap
proach he discovered to be the
body of a huge snake. Iu htad
was a coaled in the weeds ind
brush on one side and its tail on
the other. The part exposed
was fully as large as an eight
inch stove pipe with spots of a
dullish copper color, as Urge as
walnuts. Adam waited not on
the order of going, but fed pre
cipitately, nor stopped until fc
had put the slough between him
and the monster, and even then
he stayed no longer in the bot
tom than it look for his good
steed to carry him across and
out Adam said from the portion
he saw, the snake must have
been 19 or 20 feet long and he
was satisfied it could swallow a
good sized ahoat He believed it
had its den in the bluffs close by.
Adam is a good boy cot given to
pipe dreams, and we believe he
saw the snake. Dont you But
U. S. G. Prowell was an El
dorado Springs visitor Friday.
W. J. Bullock, of Adrain, was
in Rick Hill last Friday.
Quite a delegation of "rooters"
accompanied the Basket Ball
team to Nevada Saturday night
The first snow of the season
fell last Saturday morning, but
melted as fast as it hit the ground.
The Masonic Grand Lodge has
rulkl that no person can become
a member of that fraternity who
sells intoxicants as a beverage,
whether he be Saloon keeper or
Our Prices qrc Always Right
We'd be Pleased to Show
You a Thing or Two in
;j That part of tho Printing Business
y is our "ong suit." Wo have overy-
f i thing necessary Ito' turn out first-
j' cass work. Give us a tria order
Bring in your
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"If yej ll a'. t!.-i fu...,,.:.! f.'
i."' in tn! fir rA out the (,V:.
V r riTt b a Wr,n t v-
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A drunk t!,e tAt..r Uj wl -ak-.l
Lit K.-,i ti. K.i:tersi !
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' fewer raca!i in tJJ cr.3-iry.
Next weeks' r-?;r will ti.-.J
Jo!.a D i.
Circs. A?t'.T.y Watt II.
Dawon ct bardij Vy-t wl:h
prioe" to hi r-cfrd djrig L'.a
term of. -TL-j. Wbi.'e it i trn;
he has sc 3 rv-1 ornvk-t in a
C!3st.U?r of cae. cn'.'.j
wb.aky fcuiu. Y.t ha.4 rot
nccfrssfs! in larger ca-. Tle
case cf tbe State . pt:.'.?;- t
al for f'.-'ono3 aaj:t cf ,Tr..
DanieLs was xa.T.iB?d bj
Pruwcotins Attrircey Lad rick
during his ierra cf oSoe and ht
decidedthat there was 'tx.ti.ics
in it. Mr. Dawva too-k 53 tr.a
result is tLat tLe State f;:ed t
n.ie a cae and is in f-r c?.
tfitheamoant cf HZ22.ZZ. TI.e
Skill rr.an ca-e was re-na.'i.- J i r
trial by the Supreme Court be
cause of an error in the inform
ation f led by the Praecutlrg
Attcrcey. Or course Mr. Daw
son is young and without exper
ience, but does anyone aappr
that had Mr. Templeton been
prosecuting attorney that such
costly blunders would have been
made? Of coarse cot! Better
look to your own interests Mr.
Voter, by electing George Tem
pieton proseccticg attorney on
November 3. Butler Ioord.
This week we sent statements
to a number of our subscribers.
We want to adopt the Cash ia
advance system January lit,
and hope you wi'l aid us. It i
easy to get hundreds of dollars
out on subscription, a dollar here
and a dc!Ur thre. The sub
scriber, because the amount is
so sm.'.l does cot think it cf any
importance. Sacral hundred
such accounts do made a diJer
ence, however, to the publisher
and he usually needs the money.
Please attend to this matter at
e;--r-- p -cvr -
work and get
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