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Riorum Missouri, thirsday, nov. 191908.
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SassklBt's Kleth Nates
Miss Telia and Mrs. Snsia
Densyero spent Tuesday with
Mrs, Hot per.
Uen Hand lias been quite busy
plowing since be purchased the
ninlo team. Says he has to give
the mules exorcise.
J. A- Borron and daughter
Mrs. L. Robinson, of Rich Hill
were calling in our bun? Monday
The persimmon trees are load
ed with froit or ware some few
days ago but they are disappear
The barred plymeuth rock
chickens are going out of style.
That sounds funny, does it not?
Even Gabe is Roiog to try some
Mr. Win. Wheatley made a
abort trip to Butler Monday
not wanted on the jary until next
We can guess, at one guess,
who Gabe'a new neiee is, that is
coming from Wyoming.
Madame Runior is predicting
at least two weddings about xmas
Taft has announced that he
will call a special session of con
gress after March 4th to revise
the tariff. The first step of car
rying out the platform.
According to reports the state
ballots may not be counted until
after January 1st. There seems
to be a hitch as to w hat officer is
authorized to do work.
Mrs. K. M. Creasy spent Sun
day in Butler with the family of
Elmer Kyman, of Kansas City,
visited friends in Rich Ilill Bun
day. Mrs. Frank Koonta is Waiting
relatives in Kansas City.
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In order to induce you to
excellent bargains in my store, I will make the follow- C
ing caih offer
limited to the month of November, 1008;
A full and complete line of house paints, inside and
out, Hughes A Pareell famous standard guasanteed
rnl .... .99 jKr gallon
Hughes &. Puree!! guaranteed Barn Paint .59 yer gallon
Extra fine high grade cylinder oil, one gallon
toeachordjr - .aa per gallon
Good grede black machine oil, one gallon to
each order. . " - .13 per gallon
Leaded Shell, black powder - - .39 per box
Loaded Shells, smokelott powder - - .54 per box
Nails, common wire nails 3c per pound - la. 90 per keg
All sized prckages Standard Stock Food at 03E-HALF
Hubber roofing 1 ply complete ready to put on $1.65 roll
Rubber roofing a ply complete ready to put an $1.00 roll
Rsbber roofing 3 p!y complete ready ta put on 345 roll
This add cut out and signed it good for Si applied
en purchase of any'iiove in store.
CONDITIONS: The above prices are good only on
condition that you bring a copy af thi "add allftng, pro
perly signed at bottom one add for one order enly,
I have lots of bargains in ths store far you not men
3 Name -
Game hogs continue to Ret in
their work onDthe ducks in ths
Marais des Cygnes bottoms, and
it is no infrequent sight to see
Kansas City parties of three snd
four with from 100 to 150 docks
This may be sport to the Boxall
ed fiportsmtn, but to the casual
observer it looks mere like wan
ton destruction. The game war
dens should get buy and make
some arrests. Butler Dern.
On a north bound train several
nignta ago a hunter boasted that
he had killed 00 ducks that day.
Ilia seat mate a?ked, "Do you
know who I am?" "No!" "Well,
I'm the state - game warden".
The hunter sat quietly a few min
utes and then asked the official,
Do you know who I am?" 'No'
Well, I'm the biggest liar in the
state of Missouri"
Secretary of State Root has
Riven out a statement that be
would accept the senatorship of
New York, but is not seeking
The untsual has happened.
A Chicago man who had ember-
tied $700,000 was arrested and
sent to the penitentiary, all in
Balcher's Comedians left yes
terday for Kansas points. They
opened their season here Satur
Mr. and Mrs. W. C Hedden of
of Maple View Farm speat Sun
day at the home of Prof. I F.
Robinson on West Park Avenue.
Mr, and Mrs. Bnel Smith ef
Snd and Poplar Streets are the
prood parents of a baby boy.
Mr. James Shumate of the
South side is visiting relatives in
Tie Lyman Twins skowed to a
good house Tuesday night, and
those who attended were pleased
with the performance.
corse and soo the many
Lie Fit Trusses for Children
Appletoa City 20-Ricb Kill 15.
The Appleton City Academy
defeated the Rich Hill High
School at Basket Ball on the Ap
pleton City courts, Saturday af
ternoon, 20 to 15. The first half
stood 12 to five in favor of Rich
Hill but in the second half the
Academy reversed the score.
Frank Wilson played the star
game for Rich Hill, be throwing
every goal made by the team.
Geo, M. KeMo&g Is Dead.
After eight months of severe
illness, George M. Kellogg, TO
years of age, died at his home in
Pleasant Hill. Mo., shortly after
midnight Sunday. Mr. Kellogg
was the proprietor of the George
M. Kellogg green houses in
Pleasant Hill, and was widely
known. His death was due to a
complicationof diseases. Bricht's
disease being declared the fatal
malady. Eight months ago he
was taken ill of pneumonia and
from that that time he did not
leave hie bed.
Forty years ago Mr. Kellogg
came to Missouri and settled in
Pleasant Hill. About twenty.
five years ago he started a
market gardening fans at Pleas
ant Hill and later developed it in
to a large floral establishment.
The Pope eelebrated the fiftieth
anniversary of his entrance into
the priesthood at Rome Monday, i
Seventy thoasand people parti-
cipated in the celebration. j
Editor Williams of the Metz
Times, was a Rich Hill visitor
Elder Berry, of Salt Lake City.
Utah, was in Rich Hill this week
in company with two other Mor-
v- . i; . r
swt Mmton was in Butler
Very little crowing was done
over the election in Bates county
by either party. After election
Bates county people settled down
to business in the same old way.
I'p Statr room t rent la tl
Kuhn liutldlrg ou North Cth t
A. C. Kuhn.
Miss Leuora Thompson, of!
Adrain is visiting Miss Maggie
Burk of this city.
Albertus Fry of Monter.unea,
Kansas is visiting his nnclo M.I
Fry and family.
A slyjt guq was accidentally
fired in the lobby of the Tahuage
House Monday ind caused a lit-
tlo excitement for a time . Some
hunter must have thought he
would see ducks swarming down
Park Avenue. As it happened
nobody was injured.
Mesdaas D. B. HicLey and
Chas. Bcasley were Nevada visit
Saw i!arr and wife snout
Tuesday with relatives in this
Let us fit your child
with a truss and have
them wear it according
freak Uectica Cets,
A number of freak election bets
were paid in Oklahoma last week.
Tom Petts of Shawnee who stak
ed his reputation its a dignified
man on the election of Bryan,
roiled a sack of brad from his
place of business a distance of
eitjht blocks on the main street
of the city. He made a wager
with Elmer Carson before the
election that he would give this
exhibition if Taft were elected.
A big crowd watched the per
formance. Chas. Chappell, a hardware
merchant at Shawnee, made a
wager with L G. P.ttman a Dem
ocrat, that the loser was to give
a six o'clock spread to a party of
friends. Chappell was allowed
to select the menu and the list of
Before a large number of citi
zens of Newkirk, Ed. Denton,
Owen Thomas and Ed. Reed,
Democrats hauled Sam Thomas,
Chick Cline and Fred Groshong
down Main street in wheelbar
rows iu fulISllmtnt of an agree
ment made before the election.
Thomas had a card on his back
reading, "The Republicans ride
Democrats walk. I'm coinsr to
Cop" and Ed. Reed was placard " ertmenti of the nirer
cd "Iraid mv dollar, did rnUt 8itJ Kriculturrl College and
ed, "1 paid my dollar, did you?
I'll vote for Taft next time." It
IS rPOrd(1 that t ha fnl!fi!nn i
of tlmse wagers drew a larger
crowd than a circus.
A well known Muskogee Ra-
publican bet a he could name
thirty-six states that would go
1 ,r Taft and in addition bet $10
t,iat lie could name four states
that would roll up big majorities
lor tart. This proposition look
ed like easy money to the Demo-
crat who covered the bet. In the)!. " .ur
final show down the Republican
1 s $3 but won $10 an New York,
Pennsylvania, Ohio and Kansas.
Freak bets had their inning at
Oklahoma City. J. R. Combs, a
traveling salesman, paid a bst
made with II. D! Rose, a Re
), , '
wheeling Rose down ):. ...day
in a wheelbarrow.
A Democrat at Antler, bet
prominent Republican there that
if Taft was elected he wonld
never nga.in shave his beard. He
stands a chance of going through
! the remainder of his life with a
L'.md mmof ".lf.if,
T.ddy's word "fraw.led"
tn.tliing an effort to gvt into the
tax r tiirutl to i;u U ttiil
iui.t Utxt ttH.ttt t tl.e homo
uf Mm. Mclean lia I'arh Av.,
tuTu lie v 111 jjive
m ni.ijr u!l ntuJ.'iit, tu
t hoM ItiW ritil n !iilt- l
ti t Iiic p.irl-ir for tnutk.
The St Ir.uis Republic attri-
vhxr tu fe;jT. Jn lh
Ejeratic vote in Miasotm
in the DsniO-
.stay at homes. The Rer
stay at homes. The Republic is
j r.ght In favoring a closer orgici- j
; Kition, but it fchoald V, the cg'y
fact squarely ia the faie th.it the
b:tf Democratic majority is ro!
bsxer here. In St. Clair cocr.tr i
of which we feel qualiJc-i toj
spea, the immigration Las been
largely Republican and the eai-
gration largely Democratic. Not
only is this a fct bat population
.as a whole has not been more!
ithan stationary, while the school!
! census would indicate that it has j
aetuauy fallen ol. The c.ties of
the state have grown abnormally
and the towns may show a heal
tby increase, bat the rural popu
lation will do well if it shows Bp"
as many people as ten years ago.
farmers Wlstcr Isstitatc.
The Missouri State Bord of
Horticulture, which was created
by a special act of the legislature
two years ago, announces that
the second Winter Institute un
der the new organization will be
held in the Auditorium of the
University at Columbia Jan., C
1909, during "Farmers Week."
Special features cf this meeting
which make it of special interest
to fruit growers and others; the
big frpit display; three hundred
dollars in cash prizes offered for
horticultural products exhibited;
opportunity to attend the sess
ions of the other farmers' organ
izations eight in number, which
will be at the same time; a chance
to see the largest collection of
western fruit in boxes, and be
instructed by an expert in the
fine points of crradinrr and
I ing appies and pears in order to
secure big prices; opportunity
to visit the different buildings
experiment station. It is also
j pointed out that the Agricultural
College's short course for farm
ers will be just beginning and
that the 'men in attendance, to
gether with the regular Agricul
tural students, will be doing
some of their usual work in but
ter making, live stock judging,
pruning and propagating plants,
etc., etc., all of which will be of
great interest to practical farm
ers. Because this is a leisura
they are ured to take a few
days' vacation and meet with
some of their live organizations
and acquire a big stock of new
ideas concerning their business.
' 0uo !b9 pf buttcr in st
, Wh, ftH uk
:ini: Niagra when this great power
is to WMU,
I Now comc the ne' thal AnE
; U',U,J rivenUy d;vored
)fro-si Count do CasteHiane and
then married to the Pricco di
j Sagao, is again seeking divoixe.
Who'll be the next.
Pfurtoed banks closed iu Chit
'as a result if iho deitlis of ti c.
: F.mjoror ai;d Etupres. Chan:
;of Administration seems to a
! Empires as well as Rfi ablii a.
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'i 'tf is now on and is dravwi:; j b
Blaze at llorioi
Ci'iifs! V.i:z:.i::iV.::i ef C, F.
The ! of C. F. Trie, at
Hortcn, dti,trojei by re at
an early hesr fcniay tzcrtlzz.
The V.3z had g .'ea ci:dr g-yI
head way be 5c re it wis discover
ed, nothing co?-M be done toward
sivii-g the b'Jilrgcr the stock
cf gors. A entlesioa fc j
name c f Cil Bursll renide-i La
rooms over the s'.cre, and it is
5spposd the re criglnitei frcn
his sV;ve or from his a defec
Mr. True carries a lrge iVck
of general me rcl.it -lis a-.-l
a bis bcsise8 wita the
ia ihe Horlon n;ighbcrho. i, II
estlmaUs his lew at $t,Cll. 11-carrlc-1
ins s ranee the arzoast
of $2,0CO, one-half the t: cf
roods. TLo store wa Ixated in
a brick b-:id.iig, the only on a in
the little town. Every stki of
wood aboct the balldlrg was O'-n-sumedL
though a pcrtioa cf the
wails remain sUndlrg, which
probably can be used ia aise tLs
structae is rebuilt. One cf the
companies represented by U. S.
G. Prowell, of this city, Lssaed
Mr. Tree his net stated as to
whtther or not he will again en
gage in business, bat it is qiiite
likaly that he wilL Monday's
The teacher of class Nembcr
three of the Baptist Sunday
School cordially invites Ler
pupils to meet at her home La the
North-west part of town Satur
day of this week-
Mrs. Mary Steuda of East
Chestnut is still quite sick. Her
daughters. Misses Agae and
Aliie of Silida. Colorado are at
hometohc!p take care of their
Mrs. Mary II Gross leaves to
day for Sjivia, Kansas where
she will spend the winter. The
Tribune will follow her to her
A great many people around
Rich Hill are beginning to kick
on so much hunting on Sunday.
Hunters should be careful and
nctshocttoo much on Sanday,
as they can be prosecuted.
Ii tV ntv fc.irtitlf.e rumedy.
Tb fct that mony eta tuy.
uprkr ta anything on the maiket.
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