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title: 'The Rich Hill tribune. (Rich Hill, Mo.) 1903-1911, May 20, 1909, Image 5',
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STAND N A CLASS ALONE
Tho hi;h quality, dis
tinctive 'style and perfect
comfort of our Clothes
places them in a class by
To get what you want
when you want it, to et it
good and to know that it's
good, to them at a fair price
and to know that it's a fair
price. That is Satfaction.
Remember, that luck or
c "Bnce never enter into a
purchase made here and
there is no time like now to
choose your Spring. Suit.
Not How Cheap
But How Good
uv.Ai and young men particularly we show some
very smart ideas at 810.00 12.00 15.00 16,50 20.00
Oar Prices Will Please Your Purse!
Selling You Well Sell
Personals Telling the Doings
of People You Know.
Will Brown, of Kansas City,
was in Rich Hill yesterday.
Chas. Prico came in from
points north at nxm yesterday.
Miss Laura Dugan, of Bi;tlr,
is in this city the gafAt of Miss
A marriage licrtae wai grant
ed to Ora Atkins. of Rich Hill and
M iss Bulah Hixon, of Plattsbu rg.
Jack Don&ho, wife and small
son; of Wier, Kens-, were in the
Burt Brown and wife, of St
Louis, were in this city Wednes
day for the funeral of Mr. B's.
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Harry Brown, wife and son
David, of Kansas City were here
yesterday to attend the funeral
of Mr. Brown's sister, Miss
Jack Cromwell and Johnny
Orris, who have both been
seriously ill, were improving
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If Vou Are Planning to Attend the
I Edith Brown Dead.
Weil Known Rich Hill " 6Irl
; Dies cf Apoplezj in
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i.tnis cf sMcvtirg your
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Missoiii:; rAcinc-inos molntain
Through the Scenic Centers
Go One Way, Return Another
U-iy o f Mary llith
firui"rly of this city,
lit l.erii fruin Chicago
ti i J.t v f-r burial. Miss
ruun, ilii-d. May 17, 1:k of
xy in I'.il' .iL.'i.
l',ly was taken from the
h 1 1 a,:j il.t-tl t (;,- on Lawn ceme-
htcry win 10 ir.N'rnnMit was made yesterday
p;ja t!.. family !.t after a 6hort
U scrit o by Ui-v. L II. Koepsel.
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rapidly at last reports yesterday 4th fflJ,1.r(Vf!li'-"--r- CU-vtr-i-! V,. J. w. EaAer, ?r
Deputy Sheriff A. M. Wallace
and son, Clay, were in Rich Hill
a few minutes Tuesday evening
on their way to Butler from
. Dr. U- O Deputy the Osteo
path, is moving his office to the
rooms over the Marsh News
Strmd i a the Minor Buildiug
His phone number is 2?4. Call
on him. St.
Rev. W. M. Howell moved h':3
household poods op to the Pres
byterian manse last Saturday
services at the usual hours at
the Presbyterian church next
Second in the series of 'Types
of Character in the Bible" in the
The new Baptist church at
Arthur will be completed this
weeek, so we are informed by
Rev. T. A- Smith. The date of
the dedication has not yet been
R. 11 O'Malley, of Kansas City
district deputy of the B. P. O.
Elks, was a Rich Hill visitor
I Ok INFORMATION
. A. BAILEY
Th: Stale Normal School
Ms I row ii was born in Jop
lin, M. , Jur,- l"7i. and was
; ars, 10 u:i.nths and 23 days
.I : Tin- pall bo;m".- wore Messers
j: Tom Wright. Pores t Caldwell,
)l'A. Mi ('arty. Sw-vo Uaromack,
i J. 11. Ku;:inl and P.J. Jones.
Ki Tl o fan,i!y was one of Rich
3; Hill's c-ldot and best known:
lu-r falln-r and brother having
jiarrii-d on n furniture and
! uiivli-riakin buxiiH-iis here for a
number of years.
I II. M. H.k.1 ll. t!u lliulortaWr.
i-hari of ail the arranpt
j im-r.t s f-r the funeral.
JU'v.:ri.r S . ! .'sol Ji'.r.c S, closes August 14th.
Twv:fy-tliu-? t!i:UrerU rei'attine::', all equipped.
Stuiiut$ ir .'.v j utmt rr.u1ar couises, take graduate
couicis, il.) wnk for County or Mate Credit, or
take 11 vu 'V s fi r cx.iuiin.itious.
This - J 0 1 l;ee;-s uOtenst of th best educational
' lite ,.t ij-i r for Sj-cvia! luiilitin. Ai!Jre$4:
County Superintendent of
schools P. M. Allison, of Butler
was in the city yesterday afternoon.
M. L. Fry made a business
trip to Council Bluffs, Iowa, this
A base ball game in talked cf
for Sunday between the White
Sox and Butler on the local
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R. A. BAILEY
On account of the heavy rales j .
in Kansas the Marais des Cypre ' ;
River is n-v running bank fallSsS ShSS WJ:Sl!J Lit if it,
with a pxd proiK-ct of setting. "''ir-7 Vfsi '
out over the byttoacs. rhedraia-j '--''" a S-. j
age ditch is running bank fall; .
andiscarryir.fr off an immence : Lvr;e and Nell Kasd j
amount of water. I'"41 -Jr. James Andersoa'
Geo. Erasmuses of Foohey's ;ceir Sunday,
dredge b at vas in town yes'.er-; Ti.ere was do singing school
day and says that they bavejat Etvky Saturday eight as
about a mile to dig yet before j Prof. Johnson was on the eici
they conip.e'.e the ditch. It is ex- i Lst.
pected that the ditch will be com t .
plete in about six weeks unless Vm heard a farmer aay they
some acci Jent happens. j lird " v- : -Bome cane acd woald
I rais cane th.- rest of the year.
Wm. Wheiti'ey took a load cf
v.coI to Rich Hill Monday the
rx i sv..-raK'ed 7 lbs tc the sbeep
and sold f,.r 2cts per lb; last
years cn-p scllicgt JScts rtr
Jc Lee and faiaily are visiting
at N. Allison's.
Chas. Akins was in Butler
Saturday and bought himself a
new riding cultivator-
P. U. Parts and daughter Miss
Rosa wer1 trading with Rich
H.'i merchants Monday.
G. T. Morgan is building a
new house. J. W. Houck of
Rich Hill isch.ir.g the carpenter
Tho f.'.rir.ers around here are
all busy plowing their corn.
W. G. Douciaa was in Rich Hill
with son,.? corn Saturday, and
brought ba k s"Uie ujaterial to
do some p!atoi i: g on tlie school
corn or.o day lat wck had a
team t run awy wilts him and
trotting caught in tho lines he
was dragi' -I
1 g for une dis
i and hand were
pretty lud.'y hurt.
Djnamitt fps tvplodf.
1 st l ni.iy
n a a 11 motion
ou South S..'! Strtvt caused
Ci r.siJoral -h CM'.'.orr.or.t for a
fow in;uuti. Tie Kirk Hard
ware (' -inpar.v was burning
so mo excvUi-T -n t.V street and
it t.-v;r.s that a ftw dyr.amite
cais had Ihs a h ft ia . Ikix.
jThe hro expl-b-d ih.eai and the
back :n th
uut.l he I.:
l.-.ird ail over the
tv.vt. Tho uiau that
r h.ad gore!
Ms Mary Wilsoa is at the
New H . .e mine with her sister-ia-law-
Mrs. Robert Wilson, who
is quite :ck.
J. A. lk..rron visited in Foster
and vicinity several days last
Chas. Hodden, and Kemp De
Jarr.vtl started to SherMas,
Wvo , Monday. Cha. has beeri
hero 1 ,3 a visit to his parents Mr.
and Mrs. ' Gbe" Redden- Keep
has boon attending- High School
in Rich Hill the past winter.
Pncle Sam "Is mail sacks win trj
crowded every week Locaus
Kemp has so ujmjv friends here,
Wo aiovcry sorry to loara of
IKnlor. Mrs. M
iH;r wect to
visit h. r mother in Rich Hill and
was lakoa ijjit tck.
Wo heard some young Udios
inquiring who Ja.nc's Rand took
to tho Ihu cuiaureato sermoa
,-ht. Now girls th f
is Willie, guess tho j
U'u and did not!
anithirg was wn.mg
ard tho t-;'o!i-a.
Wheat c'i'.rg in the relgious
cvrus ia Kiih 11:11 last wk
visited ab.at familii'S. Nearly
every f.t.'aily w hero there wer
any grown toys they had out
grown l; Sunday schools, we
say our grown for their mother
would . iv, "we caa't gvt our
grvwn boys l . y to go toSucd.iy
jsc!i---i! ut mat tiiey uso to go
iwh.-a thev thev were vour.-.
Wo h f r much gKl from
this census. 'H.o ministers can
Several g.s J solivitor ia the
our.try around Iheh Ih:l. For
lurticulAr ca.'lt Tribur-ucilco,
1 visit tho
to ones r,o
Are r. t huuU member, it alio
y hei ; tno S j'.