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RICH HILL, MISSOURI. THURSDAY, 50VK31Dr.K 21,l01.
Do You Need Any?
We have all kinds of
the latest rubber
goods such as
Bulbs and Fountain.
Best quality 2qt Fcantala Sy
ringe worth $1.50 for $1.
Best Ba!b Syringe wortb 75ct$
Invalid Cushions worth $3.50
wa will prove we
For Spot Gash.
D. B. HICKEY,
2 J4(XJALliUltlU 1
- 1- or stoves tee Gerlch Bros.
' Don't forget the G. A. R. bean
Nuthern potatnet $1 per bushel
at the L O. L. V.
Guns am) ammunition at Gench
Rolled wheat, steel cut OAti and
t Jiley foud at Hollowayt.
I he first sleet of the aestait via.
tied this section Monday afternoon
A fine line of beating ttovea at
11. 1'hilbrick went to Butler
Nti.ii.lnv. where he will do jury duty
Don't forget the G. A. R.
bran .upper, Thursday, November
at, 1001. at llarkins Hal!.
Kev. Lotpich f Hutler, it
;.-..!.; a sines Ot mcetitigt tt the
tiriti.m Church this week.
A full caiload of Sewing Ma
limes lixm $t2. 75 up, at Johannes
k-v. W. II. Chancellor went to
I. one OA Monday, where ht will
-.i-t in a series of meetings.
ih'Hi.Miiil th'iifa ty It are dotia
iirl-fiiiT tlikii iikmI Ihtna 4i una.
A reit-r to ftocft Miiuiiialu T
mx'to t'V MxIixiii Med lot li Oo. t6e
Ash "ii r ilrutfiil.t.
J. C. Lane went to Butler Mon
Aa iiuiiiHiiif a one of the juror in
the tiarmll imnder case ptovided
the'laMMis don't object.
We have a new, large stock of
liiiidware, h.rntss, stoves, buggies,
etc., to close out at bottom prices.
Ji Imnnts & Sons.
I ickets will be on sale to the foot
! nil ume at Kansas City, Nov. aS,
$j round trip. R. A. Bailey, Agt.
Cbff McBiide hat gone to Mon
tana on a visit during a short vaca
tion from hi duties at switchman
in the Mo. lac. yard.
Dr G. N. Sharp wtll move ht
stuik of druL' from S. 6th St.. to
tne-room on Patk Avenue vacated
by Philips, the tailor.
ttie)l Money! Monajt
We lave 41 00.000 to loan an
f aim t" p- nv at S and 6 per cent.
Pro.U & Cook, Rich Hill, Mo.
' rtr.-. ..... J Sf
,jf A dV i IB. It 7 T , t f A
on Thank striving day but udW they
are good treth the filling l more
likely to cause pain than pleasure.
are filled on that and otbrr daya at
thla office, too. Tbe material sard la
gold, allver or atmalgam, according
to wlebe. Tbe work In skillfully
done and It durability U guaran
teed. New Dental Parlors
DR. II. D. 0L5EN,
Over f . & M Bank.
The best flour on the market
5olb. ior Jt.oo at Holloways.
Hear good music and get a good
supper at llatktc'a Hall to-night
For a good luncn go to Ja. Amei
lunch counter and confectionery.
Reversible Social at Mr. Geo.
Logan's Friday evening, Nov. 22.
Band concert and bean supper at
liarkin's Hail to-night, only 25c.
The Irvin French Co. will be here
three nights next week. Be sure and
Sam Clark has purchased the
WaUl Vrltll t usan IUIVUaiv-U IMS, ( v
Geo. W. Hanman property on eastl"u l ' orae hrr eNr, as ihe
A'alnut Street. - j old timer sy, but brmu-e rbere
tl.i.:h: j u:u -r.. t-... Hire just a good men here as any
The building in which Thi Tki
une office is located is getting a
new roof this week.
Rev. L. L. Kyle and wife are
rejoicing over the arrival of a new
son at their home on last Monday.
The "'Reversible" social at Mrt.
Geo. Logan's Friday night, will be
a unique affair. Be sure and attend.
Pure coun lj honey at Holloway't
for 10c per pound.
Rrhijr at 1 raM 1 eiif to li.tle., uu
lovabi lrl., niaklhf Ibmn hanjvoiu
noarrla-obla wihuau. rtiat'a what
rWkv Mituiiialn Tm will do 85ci.
A.k your drazgtav.
Grsu Opera Company, Kansas
-ity, Dec 9 and to. Tickets on
sale Dec. 9 and 10, return D-c. 11,
one and one thud fare round trip.
R. A Bailey, Agt.
The Rich Hill minister confer
ence will meet next Monday at
tot) 1 a. m. at the study of Rev.
W. B. Chancellor. All ministers
invited L. L. Kyle. Sec.
Frank Martin and W. C. Med
den are two of out good citizen
who were subpoenaed to Butler
Monday morning to act a jurors in
the Gartrell murder case
Cherries, strawberrie. blackber
ries, peach, red raspberries and blue
Da.non plum pteseivet now in and
opened up and on sale at Hollo
way. They're fine. Tty a pound
of them. I
The annual grand encampment 1
of the 1. O. G. K. ol Missouii was
held in Nevada this week. A bire
number of iitor were in attend. 1
ancc and a splendid meeting en j
Uur ottice wav, ifrigtiteneit 1 ues
lay by a pleasant visit frjm Sun
hine, our correspondent from
Kri'h. We ate always pleased to
see our correspondents ami witn
thev would call frequently.
Stat ut Ohio, lily ol Tulado,
Lnca Omnty, I
Frauk J Cbny luakpa oat ti that
h la .fiil"r riarinvrtit Uia firm uf K J
'biiliV A Co . dolnr bu.iuvsa In tint
C4iy or Tolto. t vun ly isiki rstai
Imesa'd. and that '1 Briu will pay
lh sum 01 t)na ttuinlrixt Dollar,
for MK3b and ay.ry cm oft'iarrb
that eaiii-ol b eurd by tba U. ol
Hall's tatarrb fur.
Frank J Chen.
Hwnrn to bvlora ui and anUser ic"l
In my prefiio ihi. 61b day ol U
isrnitsw, A I). IMS
(ral) A W.OImmmi,
Hal a Ca'arrli f ur I. taken inr-
ii.tiv. and an'a dirtily mi tli b wi
nd ruuixxi aurlsx" of the )i.tu
si.nd for eaiiiuoniat. frsva
K.J Chauney A i , Tolet.t, O.
Hold by 1ruvel.'a TAo
Uall't Family Pill art lb beat.
Check weigh man.
Mr. Editor : Please allow .ne
a few words in reply to' the '-old
timer" of the Rich Hill coal field.
We will first cay tt a law abid '
citizen that we have no consti-
tious scruplts agaim-t signing tut
name to an article vein en we are
humbly able to pen. although we j people
have not puiie-J the quill trom thetrg
K:cc lu una suiiuij iut iwciUT
years, as the old time citizen rosy
have done. To the public, my
Iriends and fellow countrymen, I
to av in reply to hf old timer
if Rich tiiil. it you- have. Wen a
good ciiixeu ot Rub liiil, w!.v
you send an article out bctore thr
eyes of the public of which you are!
ashamed, or. in other wort's tavej
. u a . : v 1 1
in yourself to sign your own name
to the same. I wish to say that the
gentlemen who have signed ' their
name to the article '-Check wrigh
man," that they are paid to look
after the interest of the men in the
Rich Hill coal field and the whole
14th district, and we will say that
we are glad that tiiey are men that
are not afraid to step out 'and shot
their colors anyhow, when it is zi
interest to the men who are tm
ployed bv the two-horse coooanJt
waeon who has crumbed them down 1
to tl.r very depths of poverty, and
now at the very last hour be has
conscience, I will say gaul, enough
to stick up an iron clad contract for
them to sign. Now, Mr. Kditor,
we want the reader of your valua
ble paper to give due consideration
to these few words. The contract
that the half moon tried to make
look bright was got up by hirmeli
alone. Now mv fnend. don't voi!
think that the working people ought
to have something to say in what
they should be
work. Now in
M. W. of A. officers walking up to:
the Rich Hill Mining Company. 1
They talked to them like gentlemen i
They aimply ai-k for a checkweigb-
man so that the miners will pet their.
JtlBt JiIlr' , I'W r.y avsa .IKI
rtmh ik.;r fm!li- W An ir.i
ask conditions of the union here be
iust as eonit men here as any
where else and thrv should he naid
for their work the ame as they are
other places , In regard to the
walking deleuaies, e say the man
who gets his living that w.sy gets it
honesily. and we are g1al 'that we
have men at the head of Our organ-
ization to took atter our interests in
district 14. Not wivhiiitf to tire the
editor, 1 want the old timer and the
public at large to know I am a union
man. this isn t ine niimn ctizen.
W. M. Wlt.TTES.
Eoitok Tribune: We
iniustice ot the striKe question, out
it seems to an outsider that the worst
sufferers in the whole bunine are
our merchants and property owners.
Is not the depreciation ot property
values ana the decline in the busi
ness interests of our city due more
largely to this continual disturbance,
than to all other causes combined?
It looks that way to an divider.
Annlhr litu ll-.t likjilt. rilf'rtlia tn
i., ;..,,. .;.... r..v..r fi,.,t
0.11 thev bave a grievance until some!1'" BuUs and Majestic. Johan-
fellow from Kansas comet over here
and tells them, at the rate ot 1 30
a day and expenses at one of ourj
best hotel. Ai.other thing, if 1 am
correctly iiif-irmrd, the superintend- ,
ent of our mine ate all practical i
miners w ho hav e come up through j
alt the grade to their present posi
tion, and if' thee nun can't br
.-.1. .1.... 1. .ii
Illisreo lull 1 u'liir hi i.m uni w.
. ' ,
who can f oiirsluiu. '
The Rich Hill Mmwtiul
ance. tnrougn it comm itee app int
eii tor tne puipose, annoiuucs nit
lollowmg arrangement tor th col
lection and ditr;b ition of Thank.
giving offering to the lire dy
The people ol Rich I Ml ate here,
by requested to make lit rral vtlet
logs of food sod clothing. Ssid ot
tering to be delivered at the aln it
St., M- E. l.huich We lnrsday lute
hoon, 27 Tbe snprrintemleiit
Mn.f ririiiit-il. tt Irt tsil)ll .ht4t!K
1 . I i .. - ii ... . It.. ?....'
are reouesied lo call for nuerins,
i , i rue ii'r rini wiv ami
from the school children to beis.-t,litf H.r rjltssiaf To rare sol
brought to the school bonding on ; ' cunxl ik H. K. B Jet-io
Wednesday morning. JT inst. tii.rl Ha' in) ssfoeh ruakass It.a bWwid
. a: i i'iir ! nii, ibtHs iheore will !
Any town cntviai. pa.io', on, ch.j ,
aoa aiop f
other leron who know ul nrrJi ,f ,4l ba. elw and tha
people 10 be included in tl.e lis of j lit.st p-u H. H H. .f at dru
those to whom ottrring -hooUl U !"" tJ Tnl itnims.ii wit trw
. .. .v. by srHiia? lo Pse Ha'ia)
made, please report same. Mj,hiPAl,lllflli 'sscrik.
place of residence, to . I '-. iMib - r-e nsxdirat aUw fiv
pastor M, E. Church. ' ' ' Or a vVsj im'IummuI U trss ky tt.
Each paitor is to appoint among H B
I S ruu"VVVi tv aws vn i ". i
hi people, three or lour persons
with conveyance to distribute offer,
ing from the Walnut St., M- E.
Church on Wednesday afternoon, at
l o'clock. For the information of
the people we would say that on
1 . 11. . . 1
4 tati year an uornuoni 01 100a ana
''clothing were distributed to need
before Thanksgiviug even-
w t. rvi.E.
W. B. Chancellor,
Card f Tbaofca.
I tb 10 extend thank, to neigh
' or Mi:d friend who so kindly es-
tifcl-fl m .Inrinir lit itln. At mv
the dark hour ot sorrow.
Mas. B. J. Marquis.
Ber.j. J. M arquit died at hit home
in this city Sunday morning, Nov.
17, altera lingering illness. . Mr.
.Marqui wa born Dec. 2 3, in
Sir wart county, Kansas. He bad
been a resident of Rich Hill for the
past eleven years- Jan. 14,1897,
! he wa united in marriage to Miss
Lizzie F rogue, lie was a kind and
loving husband, a dutiful ton. an
honett, upright aud industrious cit
izen. Tbo not a church member
he professed religion some time ago
and I it Saturday the rite of bapt-
were administered by ntv.
Pylcs, of tbe M. E. church Be
sides a wife be leaves a mother, six
brothers and one sister to mourn.
The iunrral conducted by Rev. L.
M. Gee took place from hit late
borne Monday afternoon at 1:30.
Interment in Greenlawo cemetery.
ThkThjeune joint the many friendi
of the family in extending sympathy
to the bereaved wife and relatives.
Juhn Handler, a ton of Robt.
Handley, while out
Saturdao. near Metr.
with a num
ay j t,er 0j other young men. was acct
the, IT. ! dentallv ahot in the stomach, from
th ettecu of which he died a few
hours later. Tbe deceased was
bnrird on Sunday. "One more on-
'gone to his death.'
The Cnpstian Endeavor of the
First Presbyterian Cburcn will give I
,Kveri6Se" social at the home
p w g - . - i
ot iir ueo. I
Logan, on south 6th
evening, No?. 22.
np4iiwi uivc ira iui im a
i a a
Orhuhltui evei.ings entertainment.
Rt I'estiments loc. . I
T'lie Epwonh League of the vVal-
nut Siici M. E. Cturcb will bold
mnc nm, at the parsonage, ou
Fnaay evening All the young
vopic ot the church, witn their
tiunJs, are t.pectallv uivited to be
1 be mite social by the Walnut Si. j
M t Church, at tnii home ol Rev.
"Hl Mf'- ' 0t r 'b,i9,y-
. puipose ot makiug money, but that
the young people may get acquaint
j e2 and enjoy a pleasant evening
a food time.
Best stoves for tbe least money at
That Canadian Northwest tern.
tory revolt it about at foolish a
I thing a we have read, and if any
! Uaurd Mates otucials bave bad any
thing to do with it even in tbe raw
tnotest preliminary stage, they ought
to be removed at once.
Renumber ut on stoyet; a full
. ,,e ; 10,,
Mosey to Loaa
Por from one to thiee year,
tooJ tarui piopeity.
tl. P. RoatMtoM.
j L-asi rimay Riiriuwf uciwrcu
'one and two o'clock, the residence
r . . - k. .
I oi vVi'sixi S.innhotn wa d:cov
. . .4.1 1.
1 eied t r on hrc, and before relief
1 , . . . .
could tie o! 'lamed the build. i g was
! entirely consumed, aud tbe rest
! dv nee occupied by Mr. Wat rage.
next to it, wa Fad)' UamagrU.
1 hi residence belong e J to a Mr.
; Delauey who now reside in lola.
. Kn Both boildingt weie tair.
j ly well injured
Fcx iua. Itrhlur Huw or. r'lat-
j jilea-Tteataeal Frw.
!- ur akitt lien ai4 IturuT Ula -
i r..o.y rrun' uh. u 'lie kiu iisj
t-i ..(.. ul o t la eotinT
w-'cai-a ' osi. nisoiis .
, .'r or asl7 rtava su c-eti T
j fm ra an-l
I w 1 ' (
skn.T Prickly pm tu ba .kti.?
Hint Imoi.T talilKC haiir A II
J' j; v- J
Used in Millions of Home.
40 Years the Standard. A
Pure Cream of Tartar Pow
der. Superior to every other
known. Makes finest cake
and pastry, light, flaky bis
cuit, delicious griddle cakes
palatable and wholesome.
wfcaia-a-aa-s-a-s-si.-s-s-s-s -s-s . I
i P V U I V t 1 VJ !
s j sjy s ai j.
gOt? ?? tte-c4r
J a. Rdrry of 8praj;ne w ail on
,7 , " t.
Hw- II- K (I Pl-ialft-aail avf.n Con.
day at Adrian In churrh work.
. - -.
i-t. ju. Rntoor&! ivent
J ' ivMsaa, i unwuy wonilaz
tt. J unl aiM-nr 8uniinr with
relative and friend at t. Scr,tt.
t Wan r .Nevada, nwnt
Snorlay In tbla city with bU biiuilv.
-Mr. H.O.Cook of Butltr. cnW
down Wedrsmday to viit rvUtiv-.
Wm.Turk of ilorkviUe vm a Ti-
. ftor In our city the early part ot tbe
' "r. C. O. Harnett and MU Ab
1 bte Barntt visited In Ft. Scott
Hook and dfinirhtr.
Fannie, are vlattlcgrvMtire tu Kan-
K- II alee aod wife attrodt-d
vr I'uyn til n.una. v i t J
Lawrene Wallace of Virginia,
rial ted trienda In thia city Saturdiiy
Mr. Thoa. Alrlc returwd to
her home In Arkcuittn. tbelatn-r part
of tbe week.
Mr. Chaa. Falor returned Sun
day from a vlntt to her brother
Frank trabb la tola. Kanwi.
Oua Kk-nleri.-vr returursl to Ne
vada TtfwliiT after a few ditya vUit
with hoove folka to Papinavll.
Jaa. and w'm. Maniuta ol Kau
aaa (tty attodVd the fuixral 4 tU-lr
tTotber II. J. Marqula, Monday.
Mr. J. L. luav returned Sun
day nlitbt frtim a viit In It Svoiu
Her telece acroroiiauh-d her hunie.
Ira ltrr1k-t came over from
Chanute Kanaaa tr a t.ort viait
with LI parvut F. W. I'x-n.tlKt and
Mr. J. W. SnbVr'e fath-r. Mr.
Apt. of hlanaaa. rnmeto trV rlty ltl
Saturday for a vU-it attb hUdaub
. Harry Carter, tvf RockvtlW, waa
over &t unlay to nnvt bl aoot.
kitaa Alice Forquer. who ba bevu
Visit lnc in Sprajjue.
Hkary. who U arteiidiniz
Medical Co4WiT!- In kansai Clty.wttt
Sunday wilU hta rMther l.U"Hkky
and w If ot thl rlty.
Mr. Lynch iiiu d.u from
Kanma Cttr to attend the r.ii rrnl U
hs-r sod. Sbe v til rviuatn
tw r a few
wct k with rx-Ullie.
Horace Huron, the funny man of
;the M. W A. lectured a ti.e Doer
House Tursl eveoi .g, and enter.
j tamed hi audience wiili a gKl lec-
..k t .. !:,.;..
I C C. McGinrii and wile are the
prond esrer.ti of a Untieing babv '
tr -ni.-j ,htir home on
, T .
i Heme oaJe canj.t at Jas. Ame'
Bert Martin and Mis Nellie
Spencer one of Rich Hill nio fac
inatirg young ladies.will be mariied
CtsakaJr I o aTt
Our entire stock cf Children and
Baby Cloaks will go at COST.
Call and see it em and get good
goods at wholesale puces.
S. L- Amis.
Kott. A void b&k eig rovdertt&ade fraav
alum. They look Lke part pewdtn,
and may raise tbe cake, bet aaaaat
B A pcKoit aod no one caa cat fcanaf
coixed wuh k wlSxx. aajary to km2
C. A. Bird and wife who have
rn tbe t?0" their brttthsr, L.
H. bird and wife, were very pleas
antly surpried last Friday rveniftg
by a r. umber of their frienda At
tb proper hour refreshments of
cake, fruit and coffee wete serve J.
The guettt were, Rev. L. F. Clark
and wife, Messrs. Heck. Hollowxy,
Bryant. Akiigg, Duncan wtlh their
wive; Mesdamet Baroer, Taylor,
McCallnch, Springer, McMul.'en,
Mise Springer, Farnbam, Barber,
lav lor and Mr van Linn and VIc
Geo B- Bailee it now located n
lit. own building on South Sixth
St., where he bat more cotsmodioua
quarters and no rent te pay, hence
he can do more work and better and
cheaper work, then ever before.
We are g'ad to tee him coming ta
the front with one el the iattitwtioet
ot the city.
We are in receipt cf the new
premium list of the Batea Ceunty
Poultry and Pet Stack Ataociation.
This it the second acnusl exhibi
tion and it will be held ia Butter,
Dec. 31, 1901, to Jan. 3, 1903.
The premium, bora cab and tbe
special, are larger and better thaa
offered befeie, and the payment cf
all are guaranteed. This meeting
will be interesting and profitable to
I'd leave aty ea(py fceeae
tbe d Use tea,
Kibr 1 baa b w 1 (boo t Cbarl.y aad
wy Rocay Mountaia Tea. alak
f sr d'urtlat.
Monday morning, Gee. P. Hack
eby, who represent the Niagara
For Insurance Company, received
a u it gram directing the repairing
ot the Delauey bouse to baily
scrvhed Friday afternoon. It wU
I e done at once.
Irvin Frencn Co. at the Opera
House next weex. Moaoay, 1 uetday
and edrsesday nights.
It stave tie Uf.
O ajrb'a M.xieaa Sfrea ka
p lanvU a ear la lata aa'f aborbuasa
b'Vb liaa aatuilaba tb twpl. blla
ISsvi m rivets p la all by ke av
ifu.lti g pby !u. Ik bad lung
Lr Tbadueiue said the waald di
b-l r utorninf a4 tdvtasxl to 41.
ivKiiim. tt sliia, aa tt wee
a- tvrr ts.i uo4. He avarsMti a4 a
ur i i tseb't Mtxtva Mrraaaast
ii ab aQiicX R.il4 tl lkr KU.
Tbvy al . svseau lo ft tb 9ftp
tu d.s ot.bar apart. aa4 naeaes.
' txsiasl hr . wills tbtVJtak
Rotirt. tWtor taoreiae. ab waa b
and after log a tow besileeef
rb, b i aloaoai aa wait aa etr. ll
ssaa .liuai IU raiaiof lb J. aad
h& eiabllh4 th fplus
If sseb a Mai'eaa Fyrttj liar a a
l'"UIB t.mJj; V MM Mil astbla4
) J. e K kUttJa,
TrtisU, AibssaeO-. U.
li sx h a M.xteaa 8yres ara a
suuk.'a e.Ki-b m If by aaajrla, aad la
ik ti rvmsvily M wbevyias oc4j.