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RICH HILL MISDOUUI, THURSDAY, KOV 4, 1009.
DEBS WILL SPEAK. H?.;
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IT'S UP TO YOU
Yes sir. its vp to you as to where
you buy your Fall and "Winter suit or
Overcoat. YouSare your own boss,
but you should purchase it at the
store thatgives you a dollars worth
of goods for every dollar you spend.
You have probably boughtCa suit be
fore now and not been satisfied with
it. Did you get satisfaction? Well,
we are dealing out Satisfaction with
every article you buy here. Yes sir,
you can return any article you buy
that is not to your liking and your
money back cheerfully and there will
be no "rag-c hewing" either. We'll be
right pleasant about it and invite you
to come back when you need some
thing else. Wouldn't you like to
trade with a house that's on the
square. Well, come here then. Come
in and look over our nobby line of
Satisfaction Suits and Overcoats for
Fall and winter.
ONE PRICE PLAIN FIGURES
Will .Tell AbouUow freJ D. Wa
rn Was Sentencti
(Jeo. Shafer aold norne fat Ivg
! Thursday, to Mr. Kted of Rich
Alfred Church hs nboutthe
Everybody in this locality
knows Fred D, Warren, who
founded the Tribune and itkc
him in spito of his erratic social
istic views. They have wonder
ed how a man of ik h good
morals as lie canie to be senten
ced to jail for eix month. The
people of Rich Hill are to be told
about it on Thursday evening
November 18th and by no less a 1 week
personage than Eugene V. D'3
three times candidate for the
(inrhl home and buggy arooiidt
b?re, wt wondei who the lucky j
Kirl will be. j
We think our fine rain will stop j
some of the fires. A number of
fires near Arthur, Metz, end!
Rich Hill all of which caught j
from the train. !
Mrs. E L. lledden was visit- j
ics in Rich Hill several days last
I Mr. Borkbr.lder took a. load of
presidency of the Wed States. hj h&d hJg wheal
The admission price will be .'.5c Rrt!Dnd into floar. We d5d Dot
but this wi, include a, forty je&rn whatheRot for bis cat9 bslt
weeks subscription to the Ap- , .
. ,. . ,, his Eour was fin.
peal to Reason of which Mr.
Warren is now managing editor Mrs. Georgie Johnson and
and Mr. Debs as well as C. L.'baby of Kansas City returned
Phifer, formerly of this city, are 'Saturday noon after spending
associate editors. The Appeal several day at the old home, vit
i now attacking the official re- ing Miss Minnie and brothers,
cord of Judge Pollock who sen a b0I SDpper at White Rock
t.-ncfd Wamn and such interet Saturday nieht for the purpose
uas been dieted that the papr Uf buying library books. When
has put on 100,000 new subscrip- yOU want lo buy any more books
tion since sentence was pronoun- j jast jet Fairview know.
CJd. Warren is also alter the
two Missouri judges who set!
aside the two-cent railroad rate
demandinc a congressional in-
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xestiRatmn ard their impeach
ment. It is a singular bold move
to say the least. The Kansas
City Times refused $038 regular
advertising rates to reproducs
one of the Appeal article. Mr.
Phifer was over from Girard
this week seeing about the ad
vertising of the Deb'a lecture. It
Read the Tribune.
There May Be
But There is no Plow Like
The J. I. Case Plow
Many from our neighborhood
attended the sale of John March
j and a fine day they had for it.
Just thick there is a new
buggy at Dr. Shafers, of course
it is George's.
Mr. John Marc bought a fine
pig at the Borronsale, it got out
the first eight as he had no
j license to hunt, has never found
Mr. Roy Duncan went hunt
ing Thursday, we suppose he
brought in plenty of game with
that new etu
Miss Fannie Cotton spent a
few days at home last week.
Mr. Armstrong was buying
cattle Thursday from Cresap and
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tal tny only
(rou cream ol tartar
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STAR ACCUSED AGAIN.
Lore Oak Ycuni Msa Fe:2$ Secsh
Starr of Lone
thti young man vtho
;uilty of attenspUd
ripe &t tii icccut session of the
Circuit C-jurt &nJ lt-t o3 with a
fcne of $1'? o;i account .of . h's
previous "gin.-l character must
now fice a ir.i e serious ckiv-e-Saturd.ty
Miry Laccoarc a
foartten-ycar I1 jiirl of Lor.t
Oak township, came before Jus
tice W P. H.-:::strcet, and ciade
aKiUvit th.-it iii Fchruray 1.
leader Lkctric Charts tzzts,
V. lc. Pontics the popular tad
enterprising picture show caa
ha purchi?e l the Leader Ect
ric Tuatre and wiH rua botiithe
jrh7Ts in the future. Mr. Poo,
tius c.ntetn plate several ioa
prcvcucr.ts at his new place tad
th.j standard of pictures
hovvn will be higher Uiaa ever,
lie !. -. engaged Miss Ltb De'
acistr to p'.ay tlie piano asd
Xlix .Zci Jones wi sisg ih&
...i-'.rauJ songs. These joas..
lid.o are t?.i.roaghiy- competed
,i.:J w;:l contribute their shara
x-i the entertaiooaeot. There will
be no chacge in the price.
Sunday School was rained out ' C.iss r.r:n ' lior when he
Sonday at Bethel and Fairview.
The teachers who attended
the teacheri association from
this neighborhood were Mr.
Arthur Moreland, Misses Fan
nie and ElsieParks.
n years of &ze. A
once issued for
Mrs, Florenc DeJarnett of
Wyoming and Mrs, Susan
Rhodes of Butler are visiting in
Mr. Burkholder has been 011! '
the sick list for few days. j H mor Dri
We were sorry to hear of the j Ch'tter x c e i
death of Mr. Veat Thomas of 'day
j Oklahoma, this is the second
wife Mr. Thomas has lost al
though he is a oung man. He
has the hympathy of his many
friends in Bates a 1. m Vernon
wa but t; .ir'-v
warrant v. as ;.t
the young man.
Ciias Stnrr i tVe son ot John
Stirr, rr.o (.f ?h; best known and
m,t rtspectcd citizens of th
county. Tha young mic is car
ried. The j o :rg girl who in iks
the la'-'st -h'! ;;o is also of an -Kl
family in th.-it soction. Butler
ALBERT WIEK, Reliable Imp'ts.
Finest OunlUy'.ln-thc CUy
Watson cind Grimm
The Iipard Queen-A wild
animal khow in itself Star
Liwenstien the horse buyer
will be in Rich HillFrida Not". &.
Se. his ad in this issue.
When you buy the Red Slur
ohorts and bran you are gettt
fvK-tl. Kirk llrocery Co.
The lUHowe'en mischief-
limits of good taste in aome of;
the signs painted on the window
taturuay ingtii out we .upiv-.so
itwaaaU ia fua and should t
taken that way. Little or no
! j property was destroyed.
Qiiite a uuuber of prairie fires
I were reported last week and the j i
itire devrtment was called to cx-
I tiuguuli one which threatened Xo u
set firy to soma bui'Jiugs aituat-! ii
ed in the aouth-weat part of town ' j.
'Friday vening. The ratu Sun-1 14
day put quite a 1 (feet u at tto; t j:
t!ieiu, h iwjv?r. k Kw
J.:st v., m'U cf
shorts in . I S,; .ii.-
j Ii! MiP..Uy i.i.d
drso: C. : i t; tl o:
trip in '.hi-1 h u
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l and II irry
r rs Fr;
K d Star t!'3'
Rcuieitiber the Kirk Grocery
C . ;. -.vys h;we tho lake s&It froa
thrt e r 'unl sack to barrel for aU
; ;r; v.s and nte the price is
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CANDIES and CIGARS,
"Try our Broi"
TO BE GIVEN AWAY
Many Valuabk Premiums
Ycu arc cr.ti
Ask for tickets.
Op:ra Drug Company
Rich Hill, Missouri,