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The Rich Hill tribune. (Rich Hill, Mo.) 1903-1911, December 29, 1910, Image 1

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MJMUER 10
ACCIDENTALLY KILLED,
RICH
A CAR OF
rw": ARFLOUR
JLL:T RECEIVED.
Newt. Conu ll,rr the Ea..t Kiid'j
" rri,l"nMv killed l h
H .1 f '
.4
. Ii y u want the best use
li 1 D STAR FLOUR
Try our Red Star
SHOOTS AND BRAN
JAMES CASH
GROCERY
"The
Clothing Hospital"
R ANK OLIPHANT
,tw I'o. P. &. M. Bank Ruilding
Rich Hill, Missouri.
Tiir iriii wad
NIL NOV ILHIl
Is nearly hero and we
trust that it may be a
happy and prosperous
. 11
ono lor all
OUf. GROCERIES HAVE
mm test
O' p. li t years. It you
li v b un our customer
' yuu know this; if not,
w will welcome you at
'iiiK- cl an store with
the fi esh goods."
KERK GE10. CO.
SOUTH SIXTH STREET,
usBErracsft ear rarrr nnxztr
RICH HILL, MO.
feint urday morning
Mr. (!onnel was cm plowed as
operator of the put; njill which in
some man nir had lecame Mop
ped up H " r ttr p. ff
I and entered uiacii.iiH to,:i.'.ui
tit out. In om manner trie
machine started and Mr Connell
was pulled into the machine.
The lower part of hi body was
badly crushed and his neck was
broken.
Mr- Council , a pioneer ci'i
zen of this c i t and was greatly
esteemed as a friend and neigh
bor.. He is survived by his wife arod
four daughter; Mrs Ci'IS nrt
brake-, Mi- I ,i Me' ... . .J
Minvil.e f'lrt , Mr. i, ., , , e
land Miss Tr, v C ,ii.e I. b !,le
numerous ,th-r relatives
The funeral was held Tue.dv
afternoon a' 2:00 '. 1.C !n! was
largely i ,1,-ii 1 , . m .
were c ,n u, t ,i Im II Vi. i
ward and interment wa-, made
in Green Lrwd cemetery.
Marvelous IMscovrrirs.
Mark the wonderful progress
of the ape. Air llights on heavy
machines, telegrams witjmut
wires, terrible war inventions to
kill men, and that wonder of cc;n
ders, Dr King's New Discovery -to
save lift when threatened with
jo ughs, colds, lagrippe, asthma,
j croup, bronchitis, her"orrag".,
1 hay fever and wlim.pirp c,i:li nr
! lunjf ttoul.ie ',, all l,r..nu iil
afftjouH i l,s r., -qo' It re
' here in-tanil.i . I the -uret
cure. Jarnen M, Uliuk, Ai.'
ville, N. C 11 II .V. 4. writ, s it
cured him of an oiis imie coou'li
after all other r,-n. it I ; lar, d 10
Cts. and $1 00. A trial bottle five
Cuaranteed by all h ujjkm.hI '
Its superiority xs unquestioned
Its fame world-wide
Its use a protection and a guarantee
against alum food
The low-paie powicrs are made from " phosphate alum," or "sodium i. rrl
nVate,' which is a!ro alum, a mineral acid, and that nukes the food unheatiiul.
One pound cf the irritation (25c) powders contains five ounces of alum, a
miner j I ;x-.icn.
Food baked with alum talcing powders Is found to contain a portion of the
alum unchanged.
The continued use of alum made food impairs digestion, causing dyspepsia.
I he careful housewife when buying; baking powder, will examine the label and ukt
only a brand whose label shows the powder to be made from cream of tartar.
"Read -the Label
rmm
"WELCCME THE NEW CITIZEIS"
Local News.
CLEAN
'EM UP!
What is left of our
big Christmas stock
goes at COST.
Lots of
Fancy- Stuff
Toilet Sets, Manicure
Sets, Shaving Sets,
Tin Boxes, etc., be
sides a fair sized bunch
of toys.
Opera Drug
Company.
Sau oor Chrcks.
Phone 32.
Under the above caption the
Sbelbina Democrat, edited by
Hor W O L Jewet, a former
Mate senator and irfluential!
Democratic leader, says; j
It i reported that some mem-j
bers of the Missouri legislature,
will oppose any appropriation for.
the Iininitfra'ion C..tnmiion,for
tt r-Mn th.-v ftar more Itep
ubiicans than Democrats will be
brought into ihe state Wehupel
this is not tru.'. People arej
coming from other Mates and
from foreign ImhiIs, to Missouri
and we hhou d welcome all pin
lpeople.no matter what their
1 religion or politics. If the truths
the truths of Democracy are not
power ful enough to nach and
convert those in error, then they
and we must sutler the conse
q iences Hut we do not fear
these new cit:z- :)s. I t ti em
comu and help us to build up this
ureat commonwealth. Wo need
their help, and we can do them
Kxd. We shall preach to them
true Democracy, and trust to
results.
Within the past eight years
thousands of people from Illi
iiois, Iowa and other Kepublican
states have come to Shelby coun
ty, jet the vote shows that Dem
ocracy holds it's own here
There are still, as has been the
case for many years, about two
Democrats to one K' publican.
Immigration has not I tut our
party here, nor do w e believe it
will. Hut. if it does, we t-hall
welcome them all the same.
The Democrats in the leislai
uie can only iiijure their parly
by playing politics. Dy disre
garding iuch things and K'K'is
latino crnostly and honestly ftr
the interests of all the p,oplo ul
this slate, they will strengthen
the Democr atic party.
A Happy New Year.
Don't forget to make acme
tfood New Years resolution.
Dr Tracy Spencer of Kansas
City spent Sunday here.
Gus KeinfcarRer spent Satur
day afternoon to Butler.
Miss Nina Richardson, has re
turned from her Texas visit.
Jos. Krei:er of Seattle Wash.
is spending the holidays with
relatives here.
Ed Mclieyno'ds and wife cf
Harrisonville visited relatives in
; his city the Srst of the wetk.
Frank Maver of Knas City,
-pent Christmas with relatives
here.
TheTEiBCNE, one dollar for
one year.
John Kreijfcr of Adrian spent
the first of th week with rela
tives he'r,
Misses Eva and Retla Kerrens
of Ratier are visiting relatives
here.
Mr and Mrs Gas Mayer of
r'riiiklin Kliia-suixa.. visors in
this city during the bxllidays.
Murray Anderson spent the
tirst of the ec-k with friends in
Kansas City.
j Miss E ia Fry wno is attending
Central Business Colleje at Se
jda!ia arrived home Tuesday to
speed her vacation.
i
j Rort Iniiey who is a student
at University Mfedical College at
Kansas City is visiting his wife
and little daughter in this city.
Watch This Space
For Our Ad
Next Week
Rich liill,
Mo.
Mr and Mrs MorU Badgley of
Kansas City and Mr and Mrs J
Deiamater of Pittsburg Kns.
Melt; the guv. sis of Dr De.ui.,Ur
and family of ihit city during
the hollidays.
The following 6tudentJ from
Missouri Univcsrsity are spend
ing the hollidays here: K.'ui
Ieb, Lula lUrrows, Bel'o Wat
son, John Creasy, Cleo Craig,
Luther Fry, lUrold and George
Templetou, Walter Gardner,
Howell HiH-k, Jas. Hand, anu
Ivan Corbin.
Watson & Grimm.
We hope that you have had a Merry
Christmas and wish you a Happy
New Year.
W33BK33

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