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lUCil HILL, MIKSOUIXI. TI!UIUAY, HIIITIIM MM ?, 11KH.
t i it it jA i i ii i r.rrv
Head Tim Tumi. sr.
School begin next Monday.
Old paper for sale Ht this otllce,
5c per bundle.
Mrs. Maude Tomlinson, diess
making, over the Review otlice.
National encampment G. A. K.
Cleveland, Ohio; ticket on sale
Sept. 7-8, tit. 10 round trip; re
turn Jimit October $ via Mo. Pac.
A. C. Cates' son Noland was
kicked in the sMc by a horse yes
terday afternoon and hurt quite
Kldcr Warnke is delivering an,
excellent course of lectures on
scripture subjects at the Latter Day
Sa'nt church, this week.
Guido J.ieger i$ home from
Greenville, Miss., visiting his fam
ily for a short time. He has put in
a splendid system 0f water woiks
in that enterprising southern city.
Don't fall to read The Triih ne,
and it you are not now a subscriber,
come in and get your name on our
J. V. Wolverton shipped a large
car load of hardware and household
good to Lavvton, Okla., last Fri
day, lie took Dillon Stevens
along to help pr.t up building and
get g-od in shape.
Mother write us that they have
solved the problem of keeping their
childien well. Give them Rocky
Mountain lYa each week. A bless
ing to mother and child. Ask your
The recent county instirute is said
t'j have been the largest ever held.
Ceitif.eatcs were issued as follows:
20 hrt, 31 second and 64 third
grad.'. Tliiiteen failed and it are
not c: passu! on.
The Christian F-ndeavor of the
Prtsblenan church entertained
their friends at the home of Dr.
Slater Wednesday evening. Ic
crcsm and cake w;re served and a
p'cas-nt t.ni enjoyed by all,
Last week I went a lout,
Full o! double and of doubt.
Now I'm M.bngnd dance with
1 i,,.i .,., it... l.. r
1IMM T'.'il.V y .'lUUtMlllll It.!,'
liiht. Ask VOIH dlUgglst.
Mis Anna Co.ttes house with all
its contents, was burned to the
ground Monday nijjht. The loss
w as lot A but slie cariied inuraiue
.villi the Niagara I.lsuiancc Co., of
New Yoik, irprecuteJ bv Geo. P.
Huvkehv, and her lost will be ad
justed promptly nnd satisfactorily
A new linn ;.t opened in our
ci v, in an fllice adjoining The
Trim vk, and is no readv to tlo a
land oilier buines in real estate,
loans mid insurance. If you nerd a
luan on jour f u 1 lit call and sec
tin m. If von want insurance, sec
ti in lf Mm want 10 sell v ur
p.-pcitv call -I the. r oilier. Prow ell !
&v: .kie selling the ratth i
To Our Subscribers.
To any subscriber paying up back m
subscription and renewing wo will -M
;7; give them THE TRIBUNE from date J
m till Jan. 1, 1903, for SI. m
$ Any new subscriber will get THE
TRIBUNE from date till Jan. 1. 1903,
$1 Or we will club with
w THE TRIBUNE and
Kansas City Jonrnal..
lit. Kansis Citv Star
M Kir sas t'ny World
(It Pobiual Ueview
W.j St. Louis (i'.ubfl Deliiociat ...
Utt S . l.ouls U ' public i
Maninge license were granted
during the week to, M F. Goodale,
Kansas City, Laura F. Ziiliox,
Kockvilte; Sidney V. I-Imore, Put
It, fitrtha Smith, Spruce; Albert
Jones and Oiiva Peiry, frame
City ; Fied Show and Cory Mars,
Wc took a run over to Foster last
Friday in the interest of Thk Tki
P.I NK, and in the course of our
peregrinations around the city met
that prince of good follows, W. II.
Clouse, always jolly and pleasant;
Postmaster W. V. Russell, an effi
cient officer ; W, R. Bell, a pros
perous merchant; C L. Stevens,
the strong village blacksmith, a pro
totype of Longfellow's poem, and
a number of other good meu and
true who read The Trihune and
believe in the principles of the patty
they so loyally support. Foster is
a good town and as the coal mining
is further developed will improve
more and more.
Postmaster Martin is a theoretical
as well as a practical farmer. He
has more theories than you will find
i:l tbf" bnuL Ami hi ha brut nr:i r.
tice enough to make farming a sue-
cess. He spent ma.n scars in Iowa, j
Nebraska and the Dakotas in the j
actual work of a practical ngricul-;
turist. In his Labor Day speech j
last Monday he gave the people the !
benefit of Lis theory for raising a'
good crop of potatoes not withstand-j
ing a piotracted drouth. Here it is. j
Plant your potatoes in rows farj
enough apait to admit a row of 1
good strong onions between and let !
them grow with the potatoes. If j
this i done, the strength of the
onions wili gel in the eyes ol the
potatoes and the result will be ain-i
pie iriigittion to produce a splendid j
crop. If jou don't believe it, try it.
Y took a lun i:p the road last j
week to the soldiers reunion near 1
Austin, and found a pel feet jam of'
pe.p!c in a spletttlid grove fur such :
a gathering. We met the old vet- '
eratis Pate Lynn and Uncle Jetty ;
jllrovsn, 1 lie pn. commander and
a,'j-" & "! j
manv otl.er comraile to numerous j
mention nutiv nHia.lv. v. ai t.
IIenr, state cominamier lat year,
was the piesiding otlicer and in this
hue he is a model. He always
knows just what to vlo and how audi
when Hi voice i clear ail j
stiong enough to be heard bv cv-j
eijbodv and when lie u on tiic ros-j
Hum he stavs there and keeps'
things movii g for the intellectual j
cnteitainiiuiit of the people and lets.
(lie other ottkris; look after the
cairp. We eiijoved our short visit
with the old romiade very ninth
iind weie highly giatiiied nt the ie
teption we nut after our pait of the
urui'fs wnr completed, Every
b dv .striped to 1 1 j v theinstlvrb to
' ! V 1 f liic" 1 1 ,K,r Mr,r
e I to be lho.,v,r,ds ..f pro,,;,- ,,,1 .he
C V.i 5rVX -C "ii
any of the follow-
$ I K)
I 50 h
A BIG OLA
AND A HHidKIt LOSS.
ex n m tail
Aflir drain .i.1 llnit1 if
ItArrela of Flour C'onuinel.
About 4 o'clock Monday morn
ing last, an alarm of fire startled
our citizens out of their morning
sieer, to soon discover Lcmar's Lig
mill on fire. In a short time the
entire building was a solid mass of
flames and it was plain to see vhat
the whole structure was doomed.
Along in the year 1SS1, Mr. R.
T. Young, father-in-law to Mr.
Lemar, built the original structure
and called it the Farmers Mills.
Some vears afterwards Mr. S. C.
Lemar bought Mr. Youngs interest
and began the milling business in
our city. He has added to and im
proved the original plant until he
had invested about $25,000 or more
in building and improvements, be
sides grain and finished products of
the mill which amounted to nearly
or quite as much more.
It hs been estimated that Mr.
Lemar's loss will run up near the
150,000 mark. His insurance will
not exceed $ 15,000. The regret at
the loss is universal and the whole
community express their sympathy ,
for Mr. Lemar in his great loss and
1- 1 , . 1 .
e relieve u is an universal trait
of better humanitv to wish a man!lanji I resiutnt .Mitchell, w:.o 1S
well who has built up a good busi
ness freni small beginnings. When
such & man loses the result of hisi,ritt Wi,;i '"e
vears of toil and enerev. the whole
community feel the shock and re
grets the loss not only to the com
munity, but to tne individual. We
trust Mr. Lemar will rebuild and
continue in the business. ne ha
made it a success and wc hope lie
will renew his efforts and make it
even a greater ucves.
The friends of Lawrence M.
Griffith and Miss Hannah Resvlev
IIUI 11 1 J 1 I J ill ItIC iilJK'UltU j
merit or incr m.inirrc on Mm f
.1... o iUm ,.f v-
l .1 a s-VJ'S. tt tie IIIV IIVIIU V k t k
bride's pa.ents t Nevada. The
event has been expected for some
time and evciyone who
them wishes them all the
oess there is in wedded bliss.
Mr. Griftith is one of our uc -
cessful young business men whose
lite has keen charac'eiiied by ,
steady adheiance to correct business
principles and hence has acci imi -
latrd some means as well as built
up an excellent reputation for btisi
ness sagacity and pood judgment.
If there was further need of proo I
of hi aacit)' and good judgment,
his choice ol a Liitlc is amply stidi
cient She in well known in Kicti
Hill, .having giowii (torn childhood
to h.Tely womanhood m our midvt.
With the good judgment these two
hut ma'iite-teil in the choice of
paitnrrs (01 life. Iheir will doubt-
less br ail the success their lost of
1 ... 1. t ... T 1. t .
iriCtlvl SI.I I'M 1H ill. I lC i CM
wishes of Tim ritllilSKwii! folluvv
tliem in thrii new ventuic.
We olfei one huiivtit d ililais te
waivl for any cae ofcaianh that
cannot be cuied by H.tl'.s C-t.uth
V. J. Cheiuy. To'edo Ol,.o.r" ' ,! c M,,i
We, the undei signed, h.ie known
F.J.Cheney for the !.ft ,5 c.tis. j " " luir-.uw
and believe him to be peilectly hon-i,Vu" :u lV !-:'
t.iable m all bnsWss tjaiisactions talked just s much I: v.. t-f ti.e
and financially able lo cait fiit any; cause as th.ry hate u-.e:ii! cf iic
ot lig.itivins maile bv their tinn. j c.i'.ie ol the evtrt-me he.it. The
West sV liuax, Utioitsiie iiug -
pist. Toledo. ().
U'!,l!in KT 11 . 11 'i 11 X- ! ti t in
1 . . ...
Wholesale Piuifgists. Toledo. O.
Hall's Catanh Cuie is taken in -
teinally, acting dnrctly upon
blood aod mucsms suilace of .:.t
svteoi. Tet!!juniU sent tiec.
Pi ice 75c a bottle.
, .., .',m ... ;
,.'m I r
IlaU'a Family Fills ate the lct.
.1:1:1 in;: tit to uoiik.
J rwMiiir 11 iiu ij m w m Bii"in vn.i
luiiiien Ke t-rtrtl toNat
loni I Koar't.
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ihe fohovuJ4 was t'ui luhed to:
ivtsbur- Kn fcJ
ipecial dispatch". I
"bejttmber 1 Las passed, an!
the district union contract has gone
'ito effect, being sipned bv all the
coal companies in the district
with the exception of the Four
President Richardson, cl district
No. 141, United Mine Workers.
has not ordered a strike against
tire matter has been re'errei lo
the national executive board.
"All the miners of the Cherokee
district went to work this morning
as if there had been no distur-
! farr. '! n-in.rc r- f t V T'.'t
Four companies went to wcrk up-
on a counter proposition recently
made to the miners The Digl,ur"e from her Tisit to Girard. )
Four companies an; making ar
ransemcnts to met any exigency,
and men are being shipped 111 to
run the mines in casj cl a strikening afier business matters.
They are white miners from West
Virginia. Several n;::i have ar
riv?d at Yaie to act as guards or
special cfticers ir the Western
Coal and Mining company in easel,
"There is a more hopeful fet!-:'
ir.g here now thit ti.e ina:;cr has!
gone to the national board. Tt;e
!fnlttrp ii-il! 1 .1 -rf? r rt K.v al
now at W.lkesbaire. Pa., settling
the trouble in the Hazleton dis -
h .r.ilirjrlr. min.rc
!I: W8S expected that h
come tJ F'ittsburg alter his visit
to the rast terminates "
We re htart-.lv cIjJ ti:e threat-
j er!e strike has b-.-n averted and
! s' coo 1 hard Hmericac common
i snse prevails.
j n i,ihn v.rUut.1
, . . . . , ... .
siibsti:uti teat her t y t:!c
1-oir 1 at th'ir meeting
I S-,'K''" "
cifr.irjj. An i ddiiion
was ills o m
d - 11 i,f ic it'C cf
hiuh schoc ! by adding
e bjok-ki ti'ing, trtu-
. studv in th'.
-.ce and vie-
,ncntarV commetcial law. This
' an exct'-iifut move a':d slmuid iisve
the he.ity appiovai e f the patrols
;oi oui pu!tc kiioo.j. .o oang . jof.n kious, who is anl Has been
mi,n cr wcmvi evtr graduates! for some time qui'e sick, but i now
; (f 01,1 ''!: cf our 1 us,nf ccllejes . thougbt to te improving. Mr. Kious
jlmttl.it w!;t:i tl.ry lKin ;!.s 'ric-:i. now on hit way back to Uoise
j tical v,c"k f a basines hie they Ci-y. Idaho, w here he is engaged
1 ,u c 1 3 lf ta lhc l"'"- :"sh . in bu-iuesi and will probably make
U,!J ""' a "- never,
attended a busmvss r.i!fC- Ail i
they had learned was a thecry ;
tauf-ht by some one wt.iS had :ievtr 1
hd any businets nt:enre and:
kn.nv liilie r pi oical li-isincss.
Our bih Si.!;iif. pi -rs I gixe
Oil I !llui Ills . Siood !'li;'ts
j '"--.ne, N, in -v cm jet r -rw net e.
H I. I i'V (I trtc'ur o ! 11 O l V
lkno.s tiic '.lit-iv but his hid ;i;m t!
! I ,,a-"iU
. ic 1' 1011
o i( s
In tli.s t it h o 11
bet n p j" :.! I i- i!.c r.' i' !-..it
it wi.l be inpiu:-g lo k: ow li.il
(41 tnk as iii li.tic vs a
vv ;i !i mt a uumif .
'. red to by si pro;
, the e.-r "ci;;i:teeti
1 1 w .ts rt !c 1
i t in.il j-;o as
I in. -ic.l and
Th.ii fs ti'C
;-d to t e I'e-lc
; l .tr e to
tote t.t he ti. i :" ci
. 1 . . ... I ... 1. . .
;CllI(1 vxas iu ,...e tU!.is
1 m four .11 u'li nti ntii.c J.r a;u
!cup: ice toimrd f a tl.icU,
, ne of a 1
.i.:.-i tn.i i-
ed bv fi
t a"-! ice t4f
' tlic OM, ,,,.,u.v .., v,o-ed
... ... .s- h.,;,4ti I'tu-.ed Sut,'
t .. .. ... .
l. r tcd
10 1 S l T -
l .nul, Five S;- kk b.,iit. i.
iX lal.OVf.S .HI 3. -
j Mai! Clerk Harry Drown sa
in the tity yesterday,
' ' 1
nor., v.. a. ietstoo, 01 r.jtier
ur tity yesterday after.
Frar.k Gtnch and family are
spending a ihrt time at Eldorado
Mis Majgie Vanc'ere is anew
' clerk in the Cowles-McKibbea Mer.
Miss Nelle Warren leave thhl
wk for Colorado where . will
1 pena rce winter.
j ... . . .. c.
Mis Linnie Sharp vii tie
i guest cf friends in Rockviiie Sat
urday and Sunday.
Miss Pereia Pritchard made a
business trip to Rockville tie latler
part of the week-
-Mrs. F. L. Tomlinsoo re-
; Kans., last erencg.
J. Frank Jackson has been ia
the city during the past week look-
T. W. GriJTinof Pleasant Gap
w3t ; the city Tuesday looking
i af;er business matters.
E. C. Carman, of rear Am
sterdam, was in the city last week
looking after property interests.
' Mrs. E. R. Williamson has
pone on a visit to her daughter
.Mrs. E, T. Montgomery at Clinton
I T J At i nr t-
i're '"Gaining Mi Delmonte
. u.iimiu ui i.iihiuu cuung?, ui
! Jerkin S. Jones and an old
soldier co-nrade called on u Mon-
day, and rendered an excellent war
, song to our entire satisfaction,
Mrs. Dr. Harris has gone to
Kansas City tc visit her daughter,
; Mrs. H. T. Thornton, whose child
tseanor is reported qtute tick.
D. 15. Hickey and wife, with
their gue-t, Mrs. Farrelly and Mrs.
Alcott, left Wednesday morning for
a visit with friends at Chanute, Kan.
Mr. Perry Kious, of Idaho,
; was in thecitvoa Labor Dar takinc
m the celebration and made
is.TKtBfXE a pleasant call, all too
shoit. He had been down in Bar-
ton county to see his father, Cncie
trtnt Ms permanent luture borne.
Tic girl wins love ts bIjtsW
Irritate thf pHwprbv,
Piii I infinttfly tetter
Thn lli Kirl who lovr ti cry.
Tb' ro.Mi who loves ttt fatter
tf( 1u.1v i!.y a M-urry tries..
I'.ul li.-" !iiriii!t.ty UtttT
Tliintlii 1111.11 who love i,i kUk.
Ami ko, thriiuhout evUifinv.
T'li com?. rt w may nuiw.
TtitTt- nothiim ik un.Wyvjnt
Hut iti.-a Ii ic.Uht I suiw,
t'tirrs Kheaiuatisni or Catarrh
lu m luj -Treatment Free-.
l. P.. 11. (Uatanic PilXkl Hahu) 1 thougls bi b v !.-tkirii u;, .t not
ct;e tie orst no .Most Hubluirn I crioulv iui::td aid tie c ttpatit
iitt I ii.tining ti.e poison outofja!! escaped ai.vc i.itii Jut siight
I'.e n .l and bones, and bui'.dutg ' biuie. Thet aucd s.dc'v sit
up ll.e 1 ickeii down constitution. ; tr.eir jour:u e-i.l, Aug. 51, :
Achss and p.i.r.s in the lones or o'clock ii tf-e in -.ti.- vsstii t!t
v.iii, sitiiiim g! ti:d, droppings in 1 same ttjtiii th; t( .i. in i' k !i -d
ti.e to! oat, hawking, pitt!n or bad) i and won tide-1. : vv:t a .uwr ci'i
I ; t ,t'.'.t etc , a'l t:.tppcar promptly aad the fir:d, bie ; t.,
pei;iiaiie;r.'y. It. 11, It. cares
where a'l e.r fji.'s.
Trvjtiueut cf H. H
1. vent mbw -
lu'e'.v fiee !vl piepsid by writing
to 15Uod lt'u Co., Altaota. C
lcf,,be tioub'.e and her mexl.cal
i. :i 1 11 11 !'
. advice given tmd ctircvl. H. 11. It.
. ;:'s revs c lot m 0.1r skiO. Jiid
,V, tie I Uvd redoer and uuie
. ... ... ...... ..
t.v.cu-: i-ii;. nM"i.jj an acne iini
t)ti j c cures by II. U.
f t --
Over F. & H. Bank.
SIjwi Usji-r V-;;.-r '-;
-! S?. -rv-
dny f'tT K.sr---t fVf.
VT. A. Kiti'a.n i.- r-t srawl
ln.tk-n ia a isIk.'hh-'.V X'---.
i -M.J. W.;.:i .:.:.r
MlMrvJ. wn im i ir'. z,'r- fit
day. jri"- ' ' Mf. 3!.rr ui-r.
Mr. at.-! Mi. . J',. V. kT s.r
eutrrtii;ii: S5r. I'arr-':.r s i-i Mr.
AV-ott 4 Yn.ir'i'-.ry. N-l.. tL;.
trais z:'Qf t' i n rqi a
"firm 1:1 t iw ...-ir- tir-r-.
Ka:wi "ir. t r:t.k h i n-.?
Wis. Yr-ll Jfarr.W.a. I.i"U AI-a
and Lyr,n nu '.'l rvj ,-& j;w ,
H121 in tli. swlailA l-'.;.ii'j-s v..'-.
aa atu Vnt. tbl w iai.-r.
Mr. H. .- mk'-T i t.inii'
la? Mr. A. Wr!.;5-t t UA''.;
Tlsit t Mr. awl Mr.. A. K" '.v..
S. l. i-fr.M J,.ft ..-j
nji-'rctni: trra .i'irUiy 1-tr '.Vv
roorc. .1., ? t!iV-; t LrtT- r ( i;
trr' L-rj b ii.Ui.-. f. -r S:-S i'r- . Jt
A. L. MoAt!alTy m v-i t; l.u,.;' r
and fiowMrbcM i:'i-L t. KVU II..;
tkiK week. il! i by
many, esrxfni.'y iu M3.m:,;c cir"V.
S;rtal t.. K. A T. tra'?n i.-vHi
Nvai; 7:Ij n. ia.. Tor. S.-..! .!;..
WednJar Ss.. tt. t'rly fli
round trp. Thi i th til d;irt
tletat"t;iir. Th. K!. !..nea J.i-
trwt lair. 1'nimlrj.rit
j (road rr,-. firvwi.rtu nt t'i.t. iu
turtiin? .".j3 train W-av- ?v-!.t.
ViJto i. ru. liit't in if- Ihi.
KJW .':i.rt.ky. .4 Kai.Ms Or.-..
pn-a l-l 10 ..l u !-r! n ti
I jvttr Ivy rsiiintu rljurt-. S'ii.
and ha oistiii':.-.! 1.. . r
"Luce, ill- U a f r ;';.' ;-n'..-r ;il.d
t-n.ivi.r. S.-J.;. 11. i- I.''
dar at tl. i.t.te f:.;r. i--t
tAlr. I'roi linKt ;... -- -k-I
ra and ftrv-worik as r..!i: tUjir
fl.V roijti'l trifi. tr;ti;i
leAT-a v.v!.-t .ln. ia. i:'t inr.n
kNire Si.t.'i t !; . n., U M . K-
tills K-nt,r-i-r. tis.- rirvt-w
eonvs jnl-nt 'f Tin: Ti;;-i"v. -it
lnpinvtllt, h.i, tukt-u a it.-
niBr tvf ftu.iy at Nm .a!.i. tur t!..
wSntr. W w i!i Is : is; ii'mpm in hi
pursuit nnd t h- nt t;tii;!i.-;!t t ti'.
The rostiv f.-ivn.'s of Mr. sr d
Mrs. S. II. H;-'.e ssiil be s.irprlscJ
to !rara that they tit 01 :i;r turn
on the (mat Nor'he:; ra .'road,
when tiie fearful wrk t?ccu : -l at
Nyack, not far frvutj KaU-pvll. rear
the end of t!.e'.r j-uine.. Tliin
seven prrsius wre k ;ird and forr
teen or more ir.isitc'. I': e ti ua
was j.rst pas-fg- i v j'-.c
at Nyack, when v;-r.c
became !.Hiri;c .l s::d vs ;
srd dj :i !:..- g:adf s:.l
iili the pjNr:ccr tuirt '
. CJU- it
jand Mts. li nn c
I drmci'-liii'g ti:? rear c
! p;o:g vp ll a gei.cl t.
' fire. Fti?u-itteS
which Mr. juid Mis 1! -ne wuc.
1 1c rn ol their v N : v. Tr:is Ii
j are tsken from pn a c letter ti
i Mrs. II i:ie and is of coarse 1 c' ia'
c 1 a . e .
it ts 0.1
Missouri State F
Mo., $i-7o icufd t:ip t(.
; sale Sept. S t t
t :i ii 1ft
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