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ticoats l n bluo
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Made with a gun
erous fulness, of a
good quality taffeta
This is a splendid
crSmitIi D. G. Go.
When Hate county's veto tns
ronght up in tho official count
"uosdny a mistake vns discover
ed lliat caused a threat deal of ex
ilement for a time. The Globe-
Democrat says of it:
"When tho count reached
irti t-a County it was cdiown tliut
Gmeliih, tho Republican candi
date for lieutennnt Governor,
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(Ji:, It. Dowei.i.,
1,'lllor niul Manager.
Subscription price $1.00 porjear.
(Tntcred at the Kich Hill
nfiice a! nocon J class matter.
The Missouri Sunday School
Convention is in session in Chilli-cothe.
The Treasury department has
issued a warning that a New
Counterfeit 5 silver certificate
is being circulated in large
Bryan says he don't want to
run a fourth time, but will if it
is necessary. "Wonder whether
the "necessary refers to Dem
ocracry, to tho Commoner, or to
the price of lectures.
Une man cruelly defines a
Democrat as one who pays elec
The political speakers have
stopped hopping across the Atlas
and are washing up their rep
The G. O. P. sale recently ad
vertised for March 4th, 1009 has
been post poned indefinitely.
This year's corn crop is esti
mated at 2,050,000,000 bushels
Bryan cot only 10 electoral
votes out of the northern states
while Taft got 19 out of Missouri
Boost Rich Bill.
Gas in Rich Hill by Christmas,
The Republican National Com
mittee has announced that the
list of campaign contributors
will be published Monday.
When the vote is Republican
it seems to take some countiesa
long time to report.
An exchange says that when a
fellow calls a gril a "pippin" he
means that she is
the apple of
All China has to wear deep
mourning for one hundred days
for the empress, and semi-mourning
for a yearthey have beeu
wanting to do this for a long
tialfs County Gives I rlgttt.
THE STHEPOULTFiY SiiGW
Will Ba IK1J at Trenton, Missouri, De
canter 8 la 12, MM.
The poultry breeders of this
county are ttrj-cd to attend this
show and exhibit their poultry.
Tho Missouri State Poultry As
sociation now lias the largest lueiu-
was mv votes siioh in mat ; b.r hip ot any in America, aim
countv. This was immediately 'setting the pace for all other state
gone into by the precinct vote shows. Mirsouti made a fcain of
and was shown to be a clerical ft, 000,000 last year in its surplus
error, therefore not affecting : poultry products, largely through
tho result in that coauty
but creating consternation for a
time- One precinct vote in
Boone County was not carried
out by the county 'clerk in mak
ing out his returns, but it's vote
is thought to included in the
This mistake if overlooked
would have changed tho result
and the excitement can be easily
The official count has at last
begun and will probably be com
pleted today if the slow counties
Of Special Interest.
Next Sunday will bo a day of
special interest to the congrega-l
tion of the Walnut St. M. E. !
Church. At 11 o'clock a rally
in behalf of the benovolence fund
will be held. A special sermon
will be delivered by the pastor
and at 7:30 P. M. the district
Superintendent, G. J. Hunt of
Carthage will preach arfd admin
ister the sacrament of the Lord's
Supper. An invitation is extend
ed to all to attend these services
Mrs. Dr, Price Dead.
The concrete walk on the north
side of Park Avenue between
"th and Cth, is about finished.
The latest freak of fashion is
to have blushes tatooed in the
cheeks. The druggists will like
ly object to this scheme.
What about Gompers' claim
that he controlled 2,000.000 votes?
South Carolina went Demo
cratic by less than UO.OOO.
The American fleet is being
royally tieated on its journey a
round the world, each nation
seeming to outdo the other. In
Japan the whole nation laid off
to show the sailors a good time.
They are now in Australia and
their visit lias been one continu
ous pagaent. It would be a good
investment if this country would
send a fleet around the world
every five years. It does much
, to promote peace.
Mrs. Emma Price, widow -of
Dr. Price, an old settler in this
section, died at the home of her
daughter, near Schell City, Tues
day morning, aged 3 years
Funeral was held at Balltown
Kiasar Wiihelm has agreed not
to talk any more. Isn't it great
that Germany does not have a
Vernon's Representative Bead.
The representative elect from
Vernon county, John O. Morri
son, died at his home in Nevada
Monday of cancer of the stomach,
aged 72 years. A special election
will be held to elect his success
Some new brick crossings rare
being put down on the South
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It is easy to buy clothes in this day and o
age. but where you buy your clothes is a g
very important matter lor you to consider 5
Some stores bank on cheapness-others on f
This is a Quality Store
But our excellent clothing at our reasorf
ablo price, is cheap., and affords you pleas
ure and contentment, while a cheap gar
ment at a , cheap price is an expensive
proposition any way you take it. and
brings nothing but aggrevation and dis
Adlers Collegian Clothes
in the height of the tailors art.
quality and stylo These garments
1 full and running over with gin
snap . Tho young fellows arc
satisfied when they put a Collegian suit
on. Thero is nothing to find fault with, S
nothing to criticize, not even tho price.
We want to seo you in hero soon, as we g
have some swell stuff to show you. If you ?
want snap and up-to-daty stylo see us
Rair.nals toa S
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The Time ofYear
For KcttitiK remly (or Wintrr u t hand. You will need
NKWSIIINHLE HOOF. TAR FELTS & JUJiWEJt
Hoofing for vmir bmn mid out-homes. We ctin upplv
your every wnnt in any of ihcc articlt nrnt at pricea as low
aa any. Come in and u or cnll l'hone 31 and let til
(,'ive you any infoi iiiMtniti you nmy want along thi line,
Williamson 51 Lumberman
p.one 31 Maple Street,
the i merest created by its state as
sociation. This is the oflicial
oranizition of Missouri and re
ceives a $4,000 biennial appropria
tion from the state. Missounaus
ure taking hold of thoroughbred
pouliry with a vengeance and the
state show affords you an oppor
tuuity to get in touch with those
who are in tbe market for eggs or
stock. The surplus products of
the Miss uti Hen last year was
The t-tate show pays iu cash
prizes ou reus $10 for first, $5 sec
ond,$a.50 third; aud on single
eutries cock, cockertl, hen and
pullet, $5 for first, fj for second
and $1.50 for third. In addition
to payine the largest premiums
paid in America, 50 silver cups are
also offered at this show, and other
The show will be cooped with
uniform coops which are furnished
free to every exhibitor, and every
thing done to make the show as
attractive as possible
Missouri now pays Dearly double
the premium and only charges
about half the entry fee charged by
most of the best shows in this
To the Missouri breeders rvbo
are members of the State Assoc.
tion, and who make the largest
and best display of one variety:
First prize $20 in gold
Second prize $15 goM
Third prize $10 in gold
Fourth prie -ts n gld
$10 in gold for first prize; t$ in
gold for second prize to the ladies
of Missouri makiug the largest aud
bes.t display of poultry.
On Wednesday night some of
the best speakers iu the Unit :d
States will lecture on ptactical
poultry topics. The Annual Busi
ness meeting on ihursday nignt
Trenton is a city of unbounded
hospitality with 10,000 inhabitants,
situated in the richest agricultural
portion of the state. It has three
first-class hotels and many smaller
ones and other means of entertain
insr visitors. Great interest is
taken in the raising of fine poujtry
by the breeders of the vicinity.
Tbe leading poultry journals
give write-ups of our show, tnd it
means something to you to win a
prize at a show like this. Heim
lich, Riggs, Rhodes, Thompson
and ISmhans will do the judging
Your Mock will be given the besi
of care. Ribbons will be up
promptly and t lie pmniiinif paid
before the close of the sdiow.
ICntries will close Wednesday,
December 2d, at midnight. Write
for a catalog and be sure to make
an exhibit at the MLvsouii State
Show. We vs ill insure an abio
lutcly Mjuare deal to every exhibi
tor. T. IJ. fj'iisenbcrry, Secretary,
R. R. TIME TABLES
Missouri Pacific Time Card.
SOUTH BOUND, HT. LOl'IK AND K. C.
No. 208 Leaves 11:..9 . m.
No. 210 Leaves...., 10:i8 p.m.
No. 20 Leave 8:40 ft in.
Wr.ST BOUND, FT. BCOTT UKXTKAI,.
No. 407 leaves 1:45 p. in.
No. 499 Leavpa 6:I0 a. in
N'o. 20 Arrives 5:30 a. m
So. 207 Arrlres l:fW p. m.
So. 205 Arrive 10:0. p.m
CAST BOUND, KT. K'OTT CENTRAL.
No. 408 Arrives 11:4a p. ru.
V.v 11(1 Arrtvpa 10:ftTn. n?
H. A. IUil.KT, Art.
Frisco Time Table.
TBAIMH P It PART,
No. 112, l'aaaenger 11.45 a. in.
No. 144, Mixed 4 00 p. u.
No. 141. Mixed 10.10 . m.
No. 141, Pnum'ntcer 3.30 p. m.
No. 112 connecta at Linton with
dajr trains for Texas aud Oklahoma
No. 144 connects at I'leaaantoa
with bkst train (or Texas and Ok
lahoma points, and (or Memphis
and the sonthoaat; also with lor a
pa'iiircr (or Kansas City, arrlvlcg
a Kana' C'ltj 10.00 p rn.
li. II. Conovbk. Aft-t.
BUY SEED COBS NEAR HOHE,
ForeFga Graia Mast Bare Time U Find
Proper riace in Soil.
When corn grown in one section
of the country for a number of
years is moved to another sectiou
vhere soil and climate are differ
ent, the plant always undergoes
more or less of a change during tbe
first two or three ..years before it
becomes "adapted" to iu new con
Tbe definite effect of climate in
modifying the corn plant is bhown
in the following experiment; Seed
of two varhies of corn. Snow flake
White and Iowa Cold Mine, was
obtained from Iowa aud grown iu
Nebraska for two year5. In tbe
third year seed was taken from
this, and seed was also obtained
from the original source ia Iowa.
These were all planted in ad
jacent plats at the experiment
station. A marked difference was
ohowu throughout the experiment
between the different pints. In the
Snowflake White variety the stalk
from the seed that had grown in
central Nebraska for two y ears had
decreased almost a foot in height.
The car was 8 8 inches lower down
aud the ear ahrank almost 2 inches
shorter, while the plants from Ne
braska seed bad an average of 1.2
The weight of boiu tulk and
ear was found to be heavier in the
corn grown ftom the seed just from
Iowa, but the proportion of car to
sulk wan higher iu the acclimated
The Nebraska coin averaged
about 200 Kjuarc inches less leaf
aiea, which was to be txpectcd tf
grovn in a drier climate.
ield of graiu was in favor oi
the home grown seed.
Similar conclusions were indi
cated from tbe variety of tests of
the twenty-two varieties that were
tested by the co-operating farmers
iu various parts of the state.
Thirteen were Nebraska grown,
four were from Illinois, two from
Iowa, one from Indiana and two
In these experiments the signifi
cant fact was revealed that not one
of the nine varieties outside the
state ever took first or even second
place in the average results of the
These results do not indicate
that the varieties from the other
' states are poorer seed than our
own. Their low yield ia due to
the fact that they are not at first
adapted or acclimated to Nebraska
The lesson to be learned from
this is that to get the best results
in corn growing the seed must be
home grown and grown not only
in tbe same sute. but in the tame
locality. T. L. Lyon, Nebraska.
Tcmpleton and Hales have r"
modeled their oflieo rooms. Tho
partition was taken out between
tbe two room and a new one put
in another place. A vault lias
been put in, and in fuct they now
have tlio best of cfliee rooms.
Tne Tribune g
can please you g
when it comes
to job work.
I Lot us show
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Died at Jcp'ln.
Mrs. Fred Hunter died at her
homo at Joplin yesterday morning-
Funeral services will be
held today in this city and tho
remains will bo laid to rest in.
Green fawn cemetery. Mr,
llunter is a nephew of Mrs. J. p.
Moore ond Mrs. VA bmitli.
R!ch till! Deputy Resigns.
Nowt Minton, who for two
years bus been Deputy sheriff
in Kieli Hill, ban resigned and
expect to movo bis family to
Neoda.tha, Kansas next week.
Their many frinds wish them
well in their new home.
33 1-3 Per Cent off
ON ALL TRIMMED HATS
All week, Ending Nov. 26.
Don't forgot to got
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