Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The Rich Hill tribune. (Rich Hill, Mo.) 1903-1911, June 03, 1909, Image 2',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: State Historical Society of Missouri; Columbia, MO
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
U );:. VV
j House Hunting Time
funic Jiliintr u itti r..!vlcr.
f If vhh w i-h to (i vni l n II
A flic n ii)lc;i ii n ( o!i-
llCctl'd Willi llnllKM llllllt-
f luir eote-lllt 1H. We (J 11
convince you ilit H"s
rlu'MpiT find hct'er to
Buy a l!nme
J limn t pay rent.
Rich Hii! Ileally
jLo:m & jnvcsinientCo.
.I.-.W. I . .iiuwii!., 1 ICMiClil 1
' I, at i-i i - u r i ri . . " 1
J NO. I) M()Oi:K, l'n-Hl lent
i . .'i . iv i i o i i , -irri i ;i rv. a j
vr i t 'r ic
C (i nnil OdMolliiu
2 to 40 llortif Power
Stationary or Portable,
("nil on or uildrcKS
l'"l'i lite T. Klltx.
Your Life at Stake
When you need medicine you
get the higest quality prepared by
competent druggists at
Harris Drug Store
Calls for and delivers
laundry promptly. ...
The Joy of t Editor.
The editor sat in his easy chair
And smoked his pipe of clay
And conned the troubles o'er
That had gathered from day
And watching the smouo as it
His eyelids I io slowly closed,
And he dreamed a dream w hile
all was btill,
As lie sat in his chair and
And he thought the bub.serib
ers nil came in
To pay their subscription
And he thought the paper had
& new dress,
And he had some new
And bo us he's dreaming on
Let us leaving h'un lying
For the only joy that an 'editor
Is to sleep in his easy chair.
The fanner who thinks that
autos ishould bo kept off the road
the nicest, scliish individual.
Crc-,.1 Lc,'r;3 cf'CJj Fellows Eler.Is
(KMcc.s for I'o Coming Ytar.
Sprineji. h Mu. M h y The
election of ofll.-er for tho Mis
souri grand I "Ire I. O. O. I'1. re
suited ns fn!i ,s:
I). K. Pirn if ICansa City,
grand m.islO'; F.x (iovrriinr A
M. Pock cry, Gallatin, deputy
unind master; John M. Hrynnt,
Itiirlinulon Junction, grand war
den; (uciun J. F.itin, St Joseph,
if rami rcpiesentativo for two
The other ofiiecrs of the grnnd
lodge, win) wore chosen at the
regular ejection hist full are J.
W. WilUersonof St. Iiuis. grand
secretary ami C.'has. P. Vogel,
St. Lcuis, errand tirasuror.
Ijucian J. Kistin; judge of Hie
circuit court of St. Joseph was
elected grand representative to
the sovereign grand lodge which
m-el at Seattle in Septemle r. '
l.l w on ii,..
, I. ..ii., i
The ufneers of the Kel eUah 1 11 -'"P VVtl vvouKl ,hink of c"IH"'n'"
aemM.x eVi -l-d are as fol-, in- We believe that O.vney
l,nv: . lent with foul play."
Mrs. Stelui Itoter, tlio St.j 'n,p :,uou- --uspi.-io,, of foul
L uis president to succeed Mrs.jP1- are not taken serior.sl.v here,
Mary H. Huron of Jamesport;
Mrs Susie Moyer, Sedalia, vice
president; Mrs. Iona Sullivan,
lvanas L'ily, warden; Mrs. Allie
V.. Poundstone, .Toplin, secretary
Mrs. Bessie Brite, Hieive City,
e trrand lode .selected Co!
umhi.-i as t!ie place for ti-ddin 1
the re.xt annual session. The
resolution introduces one year
ao to make Kansas City the
permanent meeting place was
voted down. This leaves St.
luis the regular nieetin place
Headquarters of the Krand lodge
will remain in St. Louis
Trustees of the Odd Fellows
Orphan's Home at Liberty were
chosen as follows:
O. P. Gentry of Liberty and
Judge G. G. Lydy of Springfield,
three years; Rev. II. A. Sterling
of Smithton and E. M. Alexan
der of Paris two years; A M.
Dockery of Gallatin and S. M.
Clack of Webb City one year.
Stolen Cattle Came Back.
The cattle which were stolen
from the pasture of J. S. Bell be i
tween Nyhart and Foster some j
clays ago and which was reported j
t ) The Democrat last week have
returned and seemingly of their I
own accord- One pecular cir-,
cumstance, however, is that a j
bell upon one of them was care-i
fuly mu filed with an old glove
There is no doubt that the cattle
weic stolen and were in hiding
not many miles distant from the
pasture from which they were
taken. The thieves were either
unable to run them out with the
watch which Kheriif liullock liad
caused to be made of that section
or became frightened and turned
them loose. It is not likely that
efforts to hcato this liotne talent
which seems to be cngaced in
the cattle stealing business will
cease because of the return of
the stock Hutler Democrat.
The Senior class of the High
School were royally entertained
by Miss Georgia Ferrell last
Thursday evening. The evening
was spent in playing games, sing
Delicious refreshments were
All report a delightful
The park bench lias become
A '!') pound cat fish at the Hotel
lunch counter attracted a good
ileal of attention and w as respon
sible for several "You ougnt to
have seen one I ."
The uioht essential iiualitica
tion of the average gossip is t
I amity 5t U.i): crl.
Adulph Wood, an cng n. r for
the lohi I'oi I laud Cement Com ,Hl
iy, residiu,r in I l:it i.ih a
lnother of Orren or "Own e"
Wood, t ho young num who in
found dead in n buggy near l ch
(Jill Sunday morning, left ' .st
night for Pub Hill to invest),? ite
the circumstance stirniuiiil 11'.'
his lirot her' deal h.
In a telephone message from
Uich Hill to hi wife i,i i ct
this morning, Mr. Wood ''a'c.l
that the youim man had hi en
hot through the heart, lh re
were three empty shops in
the chamber of the revolver and
but one bullet hand pierced the
body of the dead man
"We do not belie o Owney com
mitted suicide," said Mrs. Wood
tliis morning. "(le was sueh a
jolly good ffllovv Ue nevMi tails-
,if ,lM','r "''""'
tl';,t !' l'ul ;uul ll,s
li'iir liims'lf would lie ih list, i
savs the .Nevada I'ost. 1 he tacts
in the case were brought out;
clearly at the coronet's inquest
and it was undoubtedly ca.se of'
Which Wds the Crjzirst?
Two men arrived at the N'ev.oi t
asylum one day recently who
puzzled the folks in charge very
sorely, says the Lamar Demo
crat. One of the pair talked in
coherently and rather thickly
about various foolish things,
while the other maintained a
quiet reserve that indicated no
desire to be interviewed- The
man in the office looked thein
over doubtfully for perhaps a
minute, finally he gave it up.
"Well," he tinally he asked,
"Which one is it that is crazy?
Certainly they wouldn't send two
crazy fellows up here to
Then the quiet self contained
mtn spoke. "I'm the one that's
crazy," he said. This man here
is the sheriff of our county and
he started to bring me up to the
asylum, but he got beastly drunk
and I was afraid to let him keep
his revolver, so r look it. He
kept on getting drunker, so I
took his handcuffs away from
hira, and I thought if lie got loo
bad I'd handcuff hiui. He's got
the papers, showing I'm crazy,
there in his pocket.
From tlie Telephone.
Dr. A. Edgar Hillings is now
located in Hume. He will oflie
with his brother. Dr. A. I
Mr- Homer Humphrey, of Kich
Hill, was in town Tuesday, in the
interest of the People's Klevator
The school board Saturday
night, employed Miss Mollie Nor
man, of Nevada, to teach the pri
mary room. Mrs. Kate Seymour
was given the second room.
Room No. 3 is yet to be tilled.
Fidelity Camp, K. N. A. will
have appropriate memorial ex
ercisesat their lodce rooms on
Saturday, Juno 'th, after which
Jthey will it pair to tlie cemetery
and decorate the graves of fallen
neighbors Yfith flowers,
It took eleven innings of hard
ball playing to decide the game
with Harnesville, Saturday. The
Ja hawkers took a batting streak
together with a bunch of errors
on the. part of the home bovp,
and won 11 to 'J- It was the
Colls tirst game, but after they
are thoroughly broke they w ill
be hard to catch.
With a few jag on the patrol
wagem look like a joy wagon.
WAS A CIT.ST, r:()T r.'.TI.OYE
And Mtin Wlio llc.',:'i lie Knfw
Brot.-fvviy Vv t Ore l I.M tl"t
JoUe V.'aa On.
'1 he man who Hiou lu- ktii-w his
Hrendvi iiv in.il' I took t,i nil ro lm c
liis friend lit il r ju. -f j'i x nia
tivo of a lhoaihiay liolel. lie lcil
the hv 1 1 ronh ( Li- iiuiin nt rini-e
and marched ri;hl t:; to the im
inactilnlc, fiinii;;, eiihlnT-juckcIrd
man who wn leaning in front ef 11. r
"Seen Smith niciund ;''
"No, I haven't," faid I lie iminui'
tihito one in tla' dinner j ukct.
"V hen will lie he in:'"
"c.urt t. ii."
"DV happen to knew where hi
"Haven't the faintest idea," said
ti.e sinn? our, i h a note of irrita
tion which wa a.' as "poirt
are, either." 'I'lu; man v. ho thought
l.e knew Uroaduav and lit- rights n
i fre.iienter of lioti !s ;ir.v ii ritahio
"Well." said he. 'i. ely. "a l
floorwalker of t!:is l-.i:--!. ioid sn-
c.:iv Ul the to facilitate the
ifoiirs oT visiiof., with i .ipiiii it ih'e
Old toiirtes. do.-i"t it s cm to via,
in short, that yon on-Jit to know?"
".Ic?" salil the ieiuiiK id itc, smhi2
one, iinpert'.n-h.cily. '"I'm a ;'!noi
I iisiness iniui dr ii'i d in for ii mc r.
Kullv ..c d dinner it v.as. too. (iood
He walked nwnv. So did the man
who thought li- w Ii road way. lie
ro- .d the stf et ;i ii. 1 kicked the
I hick end of the Times hiio.hlli.' MX
i'l -'-, then -eiit home in di-uro-l.
t w York '1 in -
It i." F'.irelv in.
iv;''.'.' th"t tl e
:rir.o'ine can mr !' icim.!, Yot
lie !ot-s of a p-od niaii.- of d
ivorc tiiat enorieitv. and one alway
'ikis to think id one's mother a
cx-.kimr . pretty. Millais ledainly
ii.idi his irinohncd ladiej of t'ae
dx ties 1''k (harming in hi iniinit
vh'e black and whii, '''l-trations.
The present writer ha-, u Vt his
ye? a eopy of the p-ii:! 'hii;:aas
eimUT of All the Year Hound,
vhich contain" a full pae advert ise
icnt of thes nmain articles. It i
li-aihd "PtT-i'iied f.r tlm Homo
Virile." What a a-t hmne i srele it
iiuiit have Ix n.
WHEN SHE MADE CAKE.
"This is lovely nniM f.wid," sai l
she. tii! in;; the t ake at the lii-h tea.
'Did you make it? Wondt rfnl. I
t.cer tried to make iint 1 food hut
)ice. I took all d.iy to make it,
a!kinr very lightly while it was in
!he cn. hardly d.iring to Loathe
Th'-n when it vas done I put it in
!he .-idcl'Oflrd. The n tt iicrnirij;
they had to ue a d- rriik to ni"e
the pidcUiard in order M Mi.vjt mi
ller it. That i-. that's the .-;..ry my
hn.-hand tells nhont it. Von know
!iov lei-hands are."
FRIGHTENED BY JACK FROST.
One day, when the tin rnionii ti r
Middcidy took a d nward (!'.iii;;f,
little jfimmie came rmmin Vm
from kindergarten fnim: vith
fright. His excited mother impl'msl
in explanation, .liimnie infiirined
in r that on h-avin the kindergarten
fr home the ten. her had told him to
i.uttou lii(at tightly and jj t l a. k
home a Kiii us po---ihlc, for .lack
J'rost va t omiiijr.
THE THREAT TERRIBLE.
Hcir.s Ihit. fat!., r, that l.iiu-1-S'i:iie
foreign count an he will th)
Knniothil; terrible and iniful if I do
not marry him.
Father -He ill. He ill hitiyj to
ro to work. Cornell Widow.
"Mv dear ir,' I ri-marked, im
coyed, "you are inrao.-. Why 3ro
you ut lare?"
,-Sh !" he hisicrcd, with a sly
pi nt ure. "Not a w.r.l ! p.. n't you
know me? Fin the outside man or
HE CAME PREPARED.
Waiter (to departing cu-lemer iu
fi'.fhionahle restaurant) How did
you iind the fh.ik to-nih Ifr.
Sarto.-tio ('ustomcr )li. ay
iniurdi; I brought u sjiijihisi nith
"I had an cg for break f-.-l thii
"Vf!, and it a m bird." i'rinvc'.
'Ilio KeAsj.aj-ir i- a itdictieii of ti e aitiors of a
coiiiimieit y. 'I he lit'c of if neumity deper ds iifen
its.'utioi's. 1 he a t ; ol II .? people arc told in thf
columns of the paper. : : :
'11. e ativiy rf the lusbv :; run is told ly their
auvntii.iep,- o - J, -:i y li:t; lli'c ; i d at tivity.
to e;s ukUi
T Old rl'flM Dorlftf
1 t ;nlr o.liiui In Al- i
9 r ;nl
. .'.he';' J rt 11:9
.-Sexual DcbiUty, Yi"::
: .'i H!'i-t,.ii'i; r,M t.fcr
d'-M M tl, f t ' .9-- t ft;
1 . .-.r.i t 'r r-t 3 i.fi en ii
"i ('t.rn', e it J t't t fc. 4 n 'i u , 1
- i! I- , cri n i.-.il ': . . 'j
: r (-- P. a.. h; for (i - ri , ;
! rS f"t ifJ J t ' "U L, ft ! H
liU i. ft" - 1 T!5 ' 1.3, r -
-j it JO ' 0-f r
ij--c c : r v -. . ' . .
AT THE CHURCHES 1
poooooocoaoco&ooooccc-o-uncorr-c .c r oc c-cocccr .
M. E. Church, South.
Sunday School r.i '.):l."i.
Preachiier at 1 1 a. in.
Junior league at p. in.
Senior I j. -ague at t';:M p. in. ,
Preaching at T.r, p. in.
Kveryone ordialiy iuiit.-l to
attend the services. '
Wll.l.tAM 11. lKC.;0:, 1
Tin: cnui HANS' ciii'ia ii. ;
t'.mvKH ;;o .....I Wai.m i m.
li.l !c School I o : I ii. iii. '
l'lot, Siiiiin Su i :
t.'ienmii ic ii iic.l I'n'.u! ii j; ti.
vi'.cs ill ii n. ni. mill 7 : V5 P ,p ',
s and i.' I, J .i.iy e( run,
'l'lainmi; tor Service Cl.is ! v '
Cloisiinn hnde.tvoi hut! ihj t t n
Simdv ;it y : v" P- m
Siiinl.iy ni oiimj tin jr. t The
Supt'i n.luril 1! ici,
Sui.d.iy rvem ij ml j ci--1 I t
llihle proti n lc I t- (i...l !. .ik I v
fulltilli d I'li j io c -1 5 tl t'Ol ..M.l
''Conn and e v . i . . ton e-o !.'
I.. II KeH'Mj.,
MINI - I II.
I'm ut II er C'iiiiim. Si ii'Vioi,
Sundnv School, o : )
Sei ice ni li m ni.
Telimoni:il Mi-i-iiiij; on
ne'd.iy ut 7 ; p m.
Itf.ldo. Kootu ept-ll on
lil-ndsy li on t lo 5 p. in.
All itle t'oi .ti.ill in v ilt d
Walnut Street M. E. Church.
Sunday School at '.Ma a. in.
Pneacliing at 1 1 a. m.
Junior league at '' ; p. in.
Kpworth lioague ut ."n'iD p. in
Preaching ut 7. .10 p. in.
Prayer meeting on Thursday
evening at 7. ill).
Tlio public ure cordially invit
e 1 to attend.
A. (1. Kkast, Pastor.
HAITHT CHI' m il HI It V ' 1'. s ,
i'reaelilnii 1st. mid Sri Mil ilny.
II ihi ri. in, mu! 7 ;jn p fl),
rtainl.-iy Hel I; u -I.', n. m.
H. V. 1'. t '. i p. m
Prayer iins-tlu; W. ilii. , ,in ;
r"n p. in
Uldle cliin; T ii.-miI m y : 7 p.m
J", W S I lll.-IMi
jt ST., r&ksas cut t:a.
- IM!it 1b ar mrA InrrMl ftipaf a A
lciu, ur JJ Iran' tnlal xrttctio-
Kstrcaj snJ So.;!:! C;s2a:2S.
V-irlT.eil ''I'mJi'i eilP
- IT. I - Of lb lft.nl If. f
r. t. f BDA,fuiiy CU1C13 il:TUV pB.
'" C -I p :. I J U.
.4 ;-j 1 tt ' i i !e;' .1 :i crtttt
Pact Hl.ium or ArDB io Mrs.
Catholic Church :;,.'!vif.ts
cervices :st end rJ Sunday
Mass at S:oo a. m.
Ktv. Father ...urpl.y, Pastor
E.rst rresbyteiian Churrh.
Siiiid iy Seh.d, V.ir a. iu.
Junior Fnde.ivor, o ia' p. in.
1 'reaching at 1 1 a. in.
Christian Fndeaier, i'.;;.) p. m.
Pi aver Mot-ling v. r Thurs
tlay i.t 7 p. m.
Preaeliir.g at :V.'I p. in.
Crrman l.v. Lutheran Church.
Simd..y schmd at '.' a. m.
Pn ne'.i' v ut jo.:;" m. i:..
F."ii preaeliiiig ut K p. in.
Iv.ervbodv is c.oiii.i' v intited
to attend theve serti. ..
I'm:. Hr.M.i;, Pastor.
Til 3 District C. E. CcrvenSion.
To Th. i .1 Pistriet ('. I! Cm-
, tell' l 11 hii ll Will lo held ill
1 1 ii 1 1 r, June 7, promises to
ho , . f the be.sift.-r !.. !d. The
: progiiiin has many good things
ji it Moie for u s. M r. Ivlar
l ( ' t ( ii nil her, Pros id-mi t of t ho
i Missouri Christian' I'.nd.-.ivor
: Fnioij will bo there. Mr. (uy
; Withers, the enthusiastic mis
moo my worker, will also bo
! there. Mr. K il l Idu.i .i) of 1 1,.,,.
I ei , Pr. l 'r.uili S. Ariedd i f Iv'.ui-
s.is C.li', ai.tl many K insas City
I it o I I'liinoll o! ki'I'S It ill help
i.nko thii I'oiirtceiilli Annual
coiicntioi) a grand suecc.
U'ljcii want ymir so i ity to
gi-t. l!r. I'enellt of tl.i" e'i client
tioelingr Tell yiiiii-hci i' . ly about
the Convention and In'. sure to
send a dciecate.
Sec'y "f .id Hist. Is.ihel Watson
Met ALL rMI HSS
t -. , .1 ... .T.r, .rr(r- I I.t. i.r-Ml.rilv ir
.'..'..' II.1--T l tc...-, S I ,.,,,,
r... ..( j: d 1,-ui. in e r I'. i,. Su an.
I .' .. t-i l- ,1.11,1 ii.., . I. uc .1 (i.
i.v i.e.ia iinkr. r..t i,, , j.,!.,,,!,,,
M-( ALL'S MAIAINK
Mt. .iCoifc n.ns lay ftl.tr IjO.-mi
. ', t ' I -M.H ...1 ,.,, n. 4:.(..l. , ,.
..I Mlirt, ili.,.i,.li, ; ,
) a. a Mmi(, l..n. I.e. J r.l. 1 !. i l.
i.'(OB, W-W..I i..orv, !.. o. , to..'. I.
V M (.o.illi t..ul..r I, u. l...i,i,K ( j.. r .e.i. ....
h..' .o.l U..O. t-l Mi. l.i !...
1.. A. -Bi.l . r -cl I.. .,, , . ,c
.,.,.1 . . m.a p . H,
I HI MlUt (0., M to It tt. tflk H. MW lUlt