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HAPTHT CHI'IUH HKItVifE!. .
I'lvnchlng 1st. ud 3rd Sin Any a,
11:00 a. in. nnd 7:30 p in.
funduy Hchool; 9 4"1 a. m.
B. Y. P. I'. 6 30 p. in
I'rayer meeting; Wednef dny:
7:39 p. ir..
Hldle cI.ixh; Tuesday: 7:30 p. w
F. W 8ta rhino
The hour was p. m and eight
The paper three hours late
The editor cussed his fate
Composite worked at an
At last "thirty'-is called
Then the editor smiled
The compositors yawns
The press grinds
Printers will know this yarn
When the paper is behind.
The above was set up by the
Tribune devil to fill a hole lat
night while the drama he de
scibes was being enacted.
The TaJmage House is painted
V.' nut Street M. E. Church.
S lr.day Scho at 9:15 a. m.
ISoaohinj? at 11 a. m.
J'mior Iauc at 2:00 p. in.
K;)worth Ijoajruo at G:o0 p. in
Prfiu hintr at 7.C0 p. in.
Trayer rafctinj; on Thursday
cvoninc at 7:30.
The public are cordially invit
od to attend.
A. G. Kkast, Pastor.
Calls for and delivers
Personals Telling die Dotngi
of People You Know.
Mrs. N. I). II. Hun, nf Is-n'
Sutnmitt, is iitin,r r'l.iiivf in
J. M. II' l;riH and w ife haie ro-
turnrd from Mulberry, IC'iimis,
Mr. Ik'hiis will !! out h-i and
move to Kiinsns pi?rmanentlv
Tli TriLuiK' phoiitj No. i ',2.
Call ut up and si 1 1 U4 th'; person
als. We want theru. W'e know
how to appreciate news items
phoned into this i "cv.
J. lvl. Jn"s, who ri-ce ltly re
tired from the poitinn nt city
clerk had Ik "ii in this responsible
position for oitfht y irs
and deserves prct credit for the
way he conducted the afTYirs of
the clerk' o"';ce. Ed i now tak
ing; a vacation and this week is
in Kansas City.
Ii. H. Ko 'iis'-i bjrins a series
of free lectures in the Christian
church Tliur-day. April 22, at H
P. M. To- initial lecture on
"fjow we jrot our Ilible" "vill be
full of interest." Ail people are in
vited to these lecture. Especial
ly all who de-ire a better knowl
edge of the "I look of IJooks".
Miss Mary Fry, who has been
teaching m-iiooI in Summit town
ship the p 1st winter, returned
home Saturday the term Laving
Frtd Jew at. of Uutler, was a
Rich Hill visitor Saturday. He
was on his way to New York
where he re enters the navy.
Mrs. Erma Ikidyle and child
ren, of Kansas City, are visiting
relatives in this city.
Ivan Coitm sp?nl Snnday
with his parents ner Hume.
J. El Jones is spending this
week in Kansis City. " '
The Tribune is prepared to do
iour printing right
Miss Myrtle Heck, of Kansas
City, is visiting her parents, J.
M. HeeU aii.i wife
Henry Khunpp was a Kansas
City visitor F' ul 4
W. O. Jack-on. the Hutler at
torney, w as in Rich Hill Satur
Elder J. W. R 'ers. of Hume,
was in Rich Hi l Saturday on his
way to Ja-per, Mo.
J. R. Hales wa-a Hume visitor j
last Friday. Mr. Rales says'
that Uuiiie struck gis last week
but that ffuring that it is the
same vein that plived outoll this
little city -t veral years ago, they
are goim to dull 11 .lot lie r well,
going at !e:t-t ltK feet deep.
R. W- Crawford and family,
who had been visiting J. M. Hol
land and wife, rtt irned to their
home in N. xa.la S.aurday
Clark Meads de-d rtt his home
in Hume, sh itlv alter midnight,
April 1."'. l'.K'.t, at the e of 0j
years He had leen in ikt
henlth for a .g time, and suf
fered a j i f at il. nl. Tlie fuiu't nl
were conduct. -d from theChrisl-
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in 11 en 11 1 c 1, r 1 m 1 "tinn , -.
Elder J W. R"gers, itml inter
llient mailt' in the lltltlie ct'llli'
Joe (Jiavt-, of Spraguv, had
the mi-foitun.' to run a rusty
nail into his foot last Tlmrsday.
Hh was ti l ilg to bi nd the lillllj
sti nobody would step I'll it aud
it passed Ihio'igh his sht' solo
into his h'"t lb' was confined
to his home f r several days and
it h not though" I'i tt any com
plications will t.i .to' the wound
Cut in. 11 ok i ii.it i, Si. 1 in 1 1 r.
Stilt. 1 1 s, I '. . o : I a, tit,
S in ! ' - I II rt, ie.
1 ni tin 'i 1 ! 'iii m mi Writ.
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The Elks Minstrels.
The Elks Colonial Minntrel wi!l
take place Thursday night, April
-''tli in the Opera lIou', under
the direction of XV. XV. Smith, an
oxpemnced minstrel director.
Mutic will be fur.iished by tho
The company '11 be composed
of bend men. . male co!ot:1
j w "o.- vi 1 un( f t . 1 ' 1 u T
i',f male voicts, and an
I original band. Tlie Etks enter
tainments are always rich and
this promises to Ixi better than
ever. The nc-coml part r.f the
prigram promises to be excell
ent and the best ot Rich Hill's
talent will appear in specialty
acts. The third part will be a
very e'ever sketch that w ilt be
Watch ior announcements-
' Dora Almeda Davis Hereford
was born May 20, 13 in Ark.
She died April 14, l&XJ after an
iilness of onlj a few days
' Early in life with her parents
she returned to Vernon Co. Mo.
where she made her home until
Juneli, 190S when she was unit
ed in marriage with Wm. Burr
Hereford of this city. Resides
her sorrowing husbind and in
fant daughter, she leaves a father
five sisters and one brother to
mourn their loss.
I INTO IHE WHOLESALE FIELD.
I Franic Kiitz and Will Pontius
1 have purchased an interest in a
1 film exchange for moving pictcre
'shows in Oklahoma City, Ok!a.
, and Frank Kiltz has gone down
, there. Kilti and Pontius have
Ix:-cn running the Star Theatre
I here for more than a year and
; are familiar with the business
j They will continne their bui
j ness in this city-
Tiling Cerr.Icj fast.
With the drainage ditch Bear
ing completion oce of the busi
est men in the country is the
owner of a bottom farm. Witti
in a short time nearly all this
land will be tiled and used prac
tically. It is reported that Mr.
Warnsing, the owner of the big
Iyeb ranch, will build a system
of dykes around his place and
thvn with thorough tiling keep it
Joseph G. Sbeely and Miss
Lulu Pyle, two prominent young
people of the Sprague neighbor
hood, were united in marriage
it the Catholic church Tuesday
mornici at 8 o'clock bv Rev
Father Murphv. The Tribune
A, 11. MiKire wlmlins '.h-q ctn
ducting Mc Kibbva'ai -ig salo
left Monday fora brief viit with
his wife in Iowa
Hon. D. A. DoArm n 1 h is
sent in a denial that he hid any
thing to do with th pardoning f
M i s. Fred Hanley, of Adiiin,
is visiting rcUtives and friends
in this city.
The highest prtca pxid for
poultry here this season vt.i
Tuesdty, when hens brought
1 2 e mts pr p mud, E;s.sith
sun lime brought IS 1-2 cents
Res t Mattesou is now cu the
The I4der-Kivtric enjjii e
went on it strike Saturday an.)
the dynamo bad to tm l4n n Id
Price's bakery and bitch-d onto
eiiginti in order that the show
could run Saturday night.
S!.sy lk daa't Lave miuh.j
t!. ,-tr l .ada, do lLr. Ik-rue?
l' 'tie -Nop, not a tl.t r !.'..
W have 00 dinplaj Irge ar.d i;'.raci?e la t
S; rir.g wsAn. AW the r.eur
Pjr.?ss JojLacc5, Embroideries,
Watch for r-urar. :. :. :. ::. . t , f
S-e the IyiU'-t Devf;lopf2-r.l :z '.VHITE ijf
PERMANENT LINET4 THREAD FINISH
. I"ss Whites waitins. i,f-r-g. r.i-'twir
Yoa must th's r:-:--v f iO-r-c.
High School Notes.
Weeks Happenings Jlrotcd Rich
Kill's Kigb ScfcooL
The Juniors of the High School
have cha ifenged the Seniors for a
debating crr.test to be held at
the Rryant school building, Apr.
0th. The challenge has not
been accS t-'d.
TL? Juniors, assisted by the
Sophs, FresLk-s and Subs, are
preparing for a banquet to be
given in honor of the Seniors. It
will be hell sometime in May.
The Vestal Clab will meet next
Friday night- An open session
meeting wiil be held.
Alter the next meeting the
Athenian Literary Society dis
band for this term. Tbesociety
has had many entertaining meet
ting this year-
Opposed to Sling. ;
Dotald hid been to Sunday
schot.il. and -n coming home was J
asked what he had learned. The
lesson was a story of Joseph,
and small learner was evidently
very full of Ids subjec-t-
"O 1." he said, "'it as ab out a
bo', ar.d his brothers UK'k him
and put him in a hole in the
ground; and then they killed an
other bov, and took the first
boy's coat and dipped it in the
L!ood of this boy and"
"U'.i, ii". Donald, not another
boy!. Lis siter interrupted,
horriti -.1. Rut I-n&ld stood his
"It wa-", t.Kt," he insistevl.
Then he added, "The teacher
s.. 1 ..; V bjr. 1 d:a't ustj wjrds
like that" Woman's Home
Compar.i n for May.
ONE CLIMATIC EFPECT.
.VIL-:.rJt-;.t,,Mcli,osc 5c Cigar
lo" t i"l.
l"l Kl Uil ki.
said. "You vv in etc t:..' eiT-.x t t-f !
Ar.ru. m t!;...-.n- ti t!- Tt -(
j ten l io i l .'f a t"-.t.l tjoT than j
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to itciie where is the 15 1 flai
in tcn-n to luy ro-r f'rrctrit-
we'l try J. C. Tijlcr thtn j'?
kcow ar.d ycu wl tcce 44; La.
i bouta bisth btreet.
j J UST ARRIVED!
A fresh car of WHITE CCOSE
; FLOUR. Try a sack; it will
'please you. Al.-o ty a pcuci of
Slejfr Eros, famous cofee.
Jones Gro. bo.
Spring Offerings in
SliUNt, 1 1 A IS V. ILL A Kim tl
Rogers 6c Leedy
Sl'Lt I.L i'iUCi.SON A MCE
LIN L t:' i.KMv.Lii. ltiLV
WILL s:-;i..iu Yi'C.
COM ill IX
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Heck & kuble
When in town
I"! at i n;
j Pa k Resta u ra n t
! Good Meals
D. .E FORTIUS
r,' i ri n
Gart'm -v.'s jrd 5t-.d rvta'.vts.
j ! 1 it I U T U : Mil. !!"! -;
!'i . t t:.:'.0 ii lire. Wc - j tt
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Harris Uruo Store