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JMCil HILL, MISSOUKI, THUJLSDAY SKiTKMHKUo. 1910.
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VATSON & GRIMM
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To each child buying books
a Pencil or a Ruler.
Special Sale On
ft TABLETS, 400 PAGES, 4c
S3 R v. r-s-j
" h- v.- with us this veol: Mr; II.
jr.. ire of Coast Products Co.. who
u-. ::c: pirating CALIFO BRAND of
avc Quality Canned Fruits and East
t Vi ."(.-uibh o. He will treat you cour-
-u.,ly. Any consideration shown him
ii he highly appreciated by us. We
; r. ch cf all orders taken by Mr.
li ui.il guarantee goods to be as
RICH HILL MO.
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Use Y,r l!tic in Stat k.
S.GthSt. Rich Hill Mo.
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Read The Tribune.
NOTICE TO PARENTS AND UAP,0!ANS
Provision fif thff CornpnNory
Attt'i d.mce Law, (Approved
April 11. l'.WO.)
1 livery child between " nd 11
y. ;w s (11 and between 14 and 1C
, ' "') not regularly employed.
i ii:u t attend someday school Bt
;i throe-fourths of the term
: -. !i year.
i No child can beexcused on
i i-' iiiirie to attend. He must at
''.! t'i" first three-fourths of
ii iLi In-fore beintf excused on
- t.';U iif-count.
; f'ourts having jui isdif tier,
i .!;-' a vs df the 1'eace in l ural
I i-ts and in cities having less
"i ).(..") population) may ex-
u cliildren from attending
, - ' for the following reasons:
I-;. Parents can not sipph-;---;-.r
clothing. 2nd. Child i
i. :ly t physically unable U
;;rd. No public school
Inlv.-o and a half miles of the
'. Labor of child is
j !::- o- ary to support the family.
Child has completed the
( aon school course.
. i No child between b and 11
c;.ii 'ne cu. ployed in mine, factory
I .-.ri-;h(-p or store unless excus-
! .' t .;..( the live reasons or
: .i- L!.;Iit from teacher that
i,is a. read- attended three
. ' -.i t.,s i.f tiie term of that school
y v '-.
it is the duty of attendance
:;.;. oi s and district clerks to
!.''...'..- parents and guardians
; when cliiidien fail to comply with
i '.i.i- pruvi-i ns of this law.
' . 'i':.e penalty for non-attend-f.
.lis n parents or guardi
ar.J it is a maximum tine of
,-.'i r iipriMmment for ten days
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7. P. r ill. gal employment of
ti.kl, ti.e employer is subject
! l .i line of fifty dollars and cost
l'.e:.V School Hoard shall
; ,. this synopsis in news-
! i f ti.e ditrict, or post in
. i - l.i- places ten days before
Lev. McFarlane, who with hi
family, lived in PieaHar.Un sever'
al years and who moved away
about a year apo, was arrested
in Auburn, Neb., Tuesday on
complaint of T. N. Uotkin, of
Foster, Ma., charging him with
selling mortgaged pronerty.
Just before McFarlane left f'-r
Nebraska lie fcold most of Lis
live Mock, consisting of several
cow, and in the lot were two
that were covered with a chattel
mortgage and held by Botkin.
About a month after McFarlane
hid gone Uotkin learned about it
and came to Pi'-asanton and ex
plained the situation to 'he buy
ers of the cows, one being W. C.
Dyer and th othr b-ing the
puhlihf r of th O'trvpr.
Kff i't- r.. iM htiv- M
Failaii ii. ui. i-r bui h
refused on the plea that be could
not raise the money. Botkin
took the cow from Dyer and re
ceived the price of the cow in
cash. He still kept trying to get
McFarlane to settle the matter
but got no delinite reply. In
fact every indication was that
McFarlane never intended to
settle the account.
For several months McFarlane
was i n Chicago conducting a
"Divine Healing Institute" ad
vertising to cure all kinds of dis
eases with prayer. Later he
went back to his family at Au
burn, Neb., where he was arrest
ed and brought to Pleasanton to
stand trial for selling mortgaged
He could not give bond and
was taken to jail by Sheriff Ire
land to await the preliminary
which is set for Sept., ia Judge
Somers cCice in this city. Picas
Let Strauss fcroificrs
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For Sale One Jersey Cow giv
es gallon of milk per day,
and nr.P VHH r nlil lartnr II..f..
i also 5 bails of prairie hay. In
quire Maj. lisun.
K2MG0MERY BRITT WEDDING.
M.-.r.tomery, son of
i. ;u-,d Mrs. II. N. Montgom
.. . ' : t:.c ct.'ur.try east of the
. . r. I'.i'.d Miss Alice Britt, were
: ' -i in marriago at the home
L-ride's parents, north of
; liv.'.'.c, at high noon Tuesday
v. . 'i.n.i, of Apploton City
-'i.g- The principles in
. event are among east-
!.ti fitnntva tn.t am)
i' '!' j:.n' young people, and j
h' st of friends iu Kiel-,!
i .i v. f!i as in the community J
i' t'.ic.v haw grown to niatur- (
. v. :i w ill j in in wishing thcin '
- .i -a.iing through life. Mr- j
i MiN. M. intgouicry departed'
- : : !t an extended v'uit I
!'!!; i and other western'
ulier hii-!i they will re-j
uilot'ie groom's farm, near!
I-.' i .'-e. t. reside. Kich Hill
A siting atTray at Horlon last
sy i;ig!.t proved quite a ser
. i - :T i .-. James Shields, who
returned from Oklahoma
!' ijiiel man nnd Kobert
. : .'iv i- snid to be the young
tii who i.Med the knife. But
i i ds were passed when the
i i w.ts drawn across
's tibdotnen in Hiding a
' mis wound. At last re
rts the ii:jurud man was got-a.-'iig
as well as could bo ex
. c'.i d. Mcti Times.
M;.-s J.iM'phino McKeynolds
ii;-; !i d home Sunday night from
r llutler visit.
Ni -s Mary Wilkinson, of
i. .u H.v, Kaiis., arrived hero Mou
' d.iy u.'u nuK't), where she will at
i ttud bchtKd the couaiutf term.
Books for two counties
School sundries of all
kinds. Second Hand
Books bought, sold or
exchanged. You will
not go awav dissatisfied
An immense stock of
school sundries Come
to us and save time
"Jht Rfvall Store"
Ilichllill, - Mo.
We refer to your Fall and Winter
Suit and Overcoat.
You'll surely be pleased rith the
Superior Style-The Distinctive Qual-ity-The
Permanent and Satisfactory
Service cf the Clothes ycu will re
ceive. And you'll be astonished at
the reasonableness of the prices.
Call and see our samples.
Suits S16.00 up. Trousers S5.00
up. Our tape line is ready for you.
-Our f. &M, BarA"
Cleaning and Pressing Kicii Hill. Ma.
; PHEASANTS AT BATES CO. FAIR.
i Deputy Game Warden John
Harper was a pleasant caller at
j this oSice while in town Tuesday
and informed us that Jesse A.
A SCC3 POSITION.
Cvr. bo had by arrbititus vonr.ir
men and ladies in the telj of
"Wireless" o r Kailway tele
graphy. Since the (--hour law
Tolerton, State (Jaaie Warden, ! became elective, ar.d since tho
had made arraneements to make "Wireless cxxj-aaies are estab
a display cf phe.Kar.ts at our ' lishing static r.s thrt ughout tho
l..e io.iu:g var-! euunry wiero i a grvai s.iortagu
t . . .
ities will Le shown: 'of teVgrai he
j beginners from $70 to J.O per
i month, wit's g,xJ chance for ad
Two pair of Gulden.
Two pair vl Silver.
Two pair of S .vir.h.v.
Two pair of Hooves.
Tvo pair of ll hutt.
Twenty eai h l-.r.glish grown
hens ar.d clis atul tho saaie
number of young chicks.
Tho llugl.sh pheasant Mr.
Harper staud, is the kir.J the!
stale is tv be slocked with thisj
fall. AmsterJaaj Knterpriso.
SUTLER ROCriillE RAlLnAT PROJECT
A. A. Shade of Kau.i C.ty
was in the city t .voi r tiiree days
tills wtvk Unking over tho field
in regard to the prv p ed Butler
Kockvihe tlectric railway. The;
ivmmerclal club held a meeliug
Wednesday evening at wh.cli Mr.
Shade was present a:id d.scussed
the trailer with cur business
Uicti- After c. ts.Jering the
matter for some t.iue the club
referred tho subject to the rail
way committee for further con-!
sideration- Mr. Slude's idea;
was to build the rvwd from p.ut. '
lor to Kocku.'.e and then eteud'
jit to Kinsas City and S.Mtugueid!
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imuvt ikepuoi.can I'rcss.
vanceusent. The National Tele
graph Institutioo of PorllanU,
Ore., operates six oSiciil 'nstitu
ti..ns ia America, under super
visl.m cf K B. and Wireless
O.V.eials and places all graduates
iuto pvaitior.s. It will pay you
to write them for full details.
Uead iLoIVji-nu One dol
lar a year,
LAST UEK OF
I bought too many goods
and need cjsh for bills cora
in due. So I shall run a
Stock Reduction Sale
I'ctd I have raised th
money I must have. My
less your gaiu. See bills
Sdle Starts Saturday a. m.
3000 Toit Cards each ic
A M P lialley
105 S. 6 TM ST. B.rCa HILL. M9
"He Sell It for less-