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KICH HI Ma MISSOUIJI.TJIUItSDAYSEITEMBEttl.j. 1910.
WATSON & GRIMM
To each child buying books
a Pencil or a Ruler.
Special Sale On
TABLETS, 400 PAGES, 4c
$2,000 Daily Expenses.
520,000 In Hew Features
Rich Hill, Wednesday Sept. 21
3 Ring Gircus & German
Dcst Trained Wild Animal Acts on Earth
Given -to foot (ted cagejn Circus Arena n educated Lion in
eluding Horse Hiding i.ion 14 Trained Leopardi Iigees
Juegais With tigLt rope walking Tiger Troup 6
trained Hours -a Trained Dogs
3 Big Gircuscs! 3 Big Rlnes!
10 friaic u Female Equestrians
60 Mate & Female Gymnasts & Acrobats
i.0 bpccialty Acts 10 Feature Acts
V Miton Ob. auoImUc Ait, in nuuibM -Sweeny Family, 6 male
tiud umale iwu-DtCoostd Family of 10 mid-air artists Ilay.
Ueu tioup b high wire aituls liOttsof tumblers, leaders, etc
Ortat OfctLenr g ot Lions, Itgirs, Leopards, IJyenai, Pumas, Ilay
Aimiii.is, l eats, Monkeys and birds Drove of
DuL'liLb HUMPED CAMELS
HERD EDUCATED ELEPHAHTS
Free Street Parade
a truss 1 mus fctotni CaUope Steam Organ Dens Cages
Elephants Cumels Mounted People
Two Shows Daily Doors Open 1 and7p m
Cheap Excursions on All Railroad!
Master Guy Wln-Ht! y upei.t
from Friday until Moi.d v villi
Ills cousin James Wh'it; ! y.
Hen Rand mo13 a cow ntnl a
young calf to Maurcr Hr the
other day for $"0 (X). Good cows
bring money tiife t jm-.
There arc int tjrir.y pupils can
Rtart to frehool ;n (1 iinifh a quick
as Miss Bessie Uurkhoidcr, only
go two days.
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. D-armond
of Kicli Sundayed in fiis vicinity.
We aro jjt h-ivii g to tni-s the
good thirds this si, u, n.-r and we
never want to pi to tin- shows.
We missed the I J j .t i -t associa
tion at Hutler la-'. we k. who
attended frVm !. ; r p r a iriJ
Very sorry to I. ear of the ser
ious illness of LMniel (,'resap of
erysipelas of the face and head,
hope to hear of his condition im
Everybody was glad to see the
rains la.st week as .-K elt water
was so scarce, yet smne were
wanting to tine- i their wheat so
they could sow again ai.d have
been waiting f. t f.tir weather. '
Ren Rand went to Carthage,
Mt. Vernon, Nevada and cither
points south the j at week on a
business and piiasure trip.
Schools commence at Keith
Monday, Miss Rlan'.he Uurns,
teacher. Also at lliiiside. Miss
Lottie Copc'iar.d teacher. Doth
of these school marms are from!
Heard some one say there was
all Kinds of gospel preaching on
the btreets in Rich Hill Saturday
night, while others said they
never heard talks or sermons tit
in so closely and so near the
same sul jeet. or ucii a crowd to
listen, some who never go to
church. Wo wasn't there hut
wish we had been.
Two of the pro:; int ut farmers
have been taikibg trade or rather
sell and. Moi.day they came to
an agreement. Mr. Wm. Wheat-
ley who already owned a nicei
farm purchased Use J. K. Wilson
farm of acres and will move in'
a few wioiis. We d,. r.ot know '.
what Mr. Wilson wo! .1... re-
gret to lose theci they are fuili
nice people. Mr. Wheatley and
family are excellent people and
will be closer to Ke:th.
Rev- Ntarrir.g's sermons on
Suund.iy morning are principal
to helcivcrs mo! Sunday roght on
the i'ai!g. I si i or.i. r. . 1 1 in botli
sermons the: e is s. ciiet h:ng for
everybody. Toe Sun. lay night'
sermon taking n- I heme "The
Greuiest Sii." bringing with dif-j
terent soiipUire p.tss;(g s the
plain bioie Ic.c.ongs the phiui
bible teacluo'.'s, iveeping close to!
his subject ai.-l having the closest !
attention of his uiuiience, s!' :wj
tirst the sin of sleahng, thiMl of,
murder, adultery and drunken. 1
ness, showing ai! our sins but !
greatest bin, the sin which is'
sweeping this hole universe and '
Christian pe.ip.o siein t,. pay the ,
least attention to, "The Sin of!
I'nbeleif" r j. c; ion of Christ- I
We have received the tirst copy
of our New Mig,.;:'.i:o which is bo '
ing ph i-licd ul Liberty, Mo,,
and edited by Rev. Fowler w ith1
the assistance of eleven of the;
young ministers as associate ed-1
itors. The name of the new mag-j
axine is Grace and Truth and itj
is going to be a blessing to alii
who read it, as it goes forth to!
tell the story of the Saviour and!
to encorrage bible reading.
Seemed like rnont of as scrib
blers played "hooky" lajst tk
Guess we were too bu? watch
ing the rain fall. We are having
nice weather now.
Mr. Bruce Brown is home for
a weeks visit, at the end of which
he will go to Warrensburg to at
Mr. Daniel Cresap is quiu? sick
from erysipelas of the face Dr.
Hulett is the attending physician.
Mis Jese moreland went to
Warrensburg, where she will at
tend school, Monday.
Mr. Geo. Hereford of Rich Hill
io making a concrete cllar for
Mr Sm Litip We understand
'lint Mr Sd in !fir is ir'iir.f to
oi liivi- ntii- Ou 0 m 'so R i y Loi!
is preparing for cylones.
Mr. Will Thomas and family
moved Monday to Joe March's
place. Mr, Ray Black will live
with them. Wonder who will
cook for Leonard?
Mr. G. W. Shafer has dug his
potatoes. Had something near
one hundred busheb. That is a
Mr. J. F. Niswonger received
word last week that their daugh
ter, L.a of Kansas City is down
with typhoid fever. We hope she
will soon be able to come Lome.
Mr. Ed Hedden and family
moved to Rich Hill, Thursday.
Mr. Hedden expects to go to Ida
ho in a few days to look for a lo
cation. The family will remain
here for a while.
Mrs- Mary Sherman of Rich
flill is visiting at the Burkholder
home this week.
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We refer to your Fall and Winter
Suit and Overcoat.
You'll surely be pleased vrith the
Superior Style-The Distinctive Qual-ity-The
Permanent and Satisfactory
Service of the Clothes you vrill 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. Bank"
Utanlng and Pressing Rich Hill, Mo.
Fou Sale A Good House and
Barn in Rich Hill for sale cheap
on easy terms. Address N. J.
Sheckell, Rich Hill, Mo- on or
before the ISth of this month.
Are regulated by the stte
We meet these authorized
prices, but the profit allow
ed will not permit the deal
er cutting them Whtre we
connot lead competition in
low prices we will in good
Any Book Vou Want
Used in either Dates or
Vernon counties is carried
by us. We are the biggest
dealers in this section. Sec
ond hand books bought,
sold or exchanged on terms
that satisfy you.
HAVE YOU EVER USED IT?
10 SL 25 CENT PACKAGES
It saves rubbing, therefore it will
save you that hard work, and
your clothes will last twice as
long. ( It will do all that is claim
ed for or your money back. : :
RICH HILL MO.
Frank Oiiphant departed Sat
urday night for a weeks visit in
"The Re tall Store"
niciiinii, - mo.
SHimUKU MIU RHP
Kirk Gro. Co.
leur Mney Bdck free
I). Same as Etro thing
Use We Hde In Stock.
S. Cth St. Rich Hill Mo.
The Tribune $1,00 per year