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OPERA DRUG AND
P. B. HICMY, Proprietor
Opera Mouse Bldg. Rich Hill, Mo.
I'fltsy SatiiutUon spent tlr 41 h
with liis family in tlu city.
Mr. Kitty Crrasty ami sort John,
pent the 4th in Uuilcr visiting
J, V. Moore lias been on tlie kick
llt a lew day the past week, lut It
The Uazaar it still teliint; their
china at price that will turptiae you.
Go look at it.
()car Newton came flown from
Kama City to visit hi parent and
friend over Sunday.
G. (j. (Took, of l'rowell Si Cook,
visited north western Kama, re
turning home Monday.
Mi lleryl liooth attended the
State Photographer Association at
Warrensburg this week.
Kay Thompson and brother,
Cliff, apent the 4th and Sunday
with Kansas City friends.
Summer tourist rate to Tert'e
Spring ia to Mo. P. Ticket on
Stale daila May 15th to Oct. IM.
Arnold Cillessen will try hi for
tune at Springfield, Mo., for a time,
having left for that city yesterday at
Simon Loeb it the lather of a
bouncing baby boy. Simon't smile
it wider than ever ard hi step a
light a air.
Our young friend Joe Winchell
hat been quite tick during the pas-t
week, but 1 reported getting belter
at thi writing.
J. O. YanVoorhi and wife, who
, have been visiting relative in thia
city, have returned to their tome In
See the tpicial line of hat that
!.( ; W. Moore, e.!itvr of the
Murrie 1 th j lt'ire, wat a p-a'anl
ea!!ratoi:r sanctum on "Mir last
publication day. lie lias just put
into bin rllice a new I'routy power
prt't and ssill now grind out
Moon:" local newt than ever.
Oder Creighlon, the gospel
wagon evangelist, who started to
Jerusalem some time ago, Lit re
turned to God's cvuntry again,
lie enly got at far at tinful New
York, wh-re he found the Lord to
this world in possetsion of all the
meant cf transportation and
wouldn't let him across without
enough filthy lucre to pay hi pass
age. . Not being used to old Char
on's tricks and lacking Messianic
power to divide the waters of the
sea, he failed to get to the end ol
hi journey. Usually our duty it
right at our own door ; all we have
to do it to look out and tee it.
W. K. Hoice it t ill quite
TIIK HTATK KOitMAL.
The State Normal School at
Warrensburg hat become a great
training school for teachers. One
thousand four hundred and thirty
six students attended the past
year. The last legislature, in rec
ognition cf tire merits of the insti
tution and its growing needs, ap
propriated for maintenance and
buildings, $137,100 three times
as much as for the foregoing bien
nial period. The Regents will at
once expend 11,500 for books,
$1,500 (or scientific apparatus,
$i,ooo for walks and repairs, and,
in the near future. $50,000 (or a
new building. The faculty will be
enlarged, and advanced courses of
fered to high school teachers.
The Summer School is twice as
large as any other State School.
I Tuition has been reduced from
' c no to ti chi a term. The Sum
i f . 1 . . j .-it
are to be told at special price at the er acnooi, secono lerm, wiu open
Bazaar. You can eet one for 10c. . JUDe 3-
At the Haaar you will also hod
a secon t table lull of hat. These
are worth up loji.oij and will go
for the small mm of 10c See these.
Mr. W. M. Walker, hie of the
Planters, St. Louis, ha been ap-;
pointed manager ot the Crescent
llotrl, at Luicka Springs, Ark. J
An illustrated reading of lien
Hur will be given at Kairvicw school
house Friday evening, July loth, I
and at Keith Saturday eve, July
Iith, by 1'iof. Chamberlain.
Jrtome Grant, mail clctk, came
in to spend hi Uy cilf with home
folk and reunited wctk Wednes
day morning on the Kansat City
and Joplin mail route.
Kxcuision tivkctt on ale via the
Mo. Pacific Uy. toColoiaJo, Utah,
ami South Iko(a,June lit 10 Sept.
30th return limit Oct. 3 1 t, one fare
plus 50 cents found ti ip.
Human Lech, wife and ilul.licn,
aimed home from St. Louis the
first of the wek. Mr Loeb ha
httti abriit for tmiie time looking
alter business intriesta at other
Special eacursiort to Denver via
M.i. Pacific Uy. account Interna,
lioual convention 1'niieJ Society f
Christian Lndcavor July 1st to toih
final return limit August 31st, lo.
On account ol visit ol President
Mitchell of U. M. W., we will tell
round ttip ticket to Pittsburg, Ka.
and itturn, one fare plus fifty cent
on Jtilvy and 10, return limit July
1 1. K. A. lUu.fcv, Agt.
Mrs. A. C. Cute, her daughter,
Miss Loi and little Liiiia, her son
Noljnd and Mis. 1). L Sinallcy,
diove over fiom Rich Hilt Satur.
day, to spend Sunday with Mis.
lithe Smalley, icluininjj to Rich
1) ill Monday, accompanied by little
llany Smalle.-Uichaidt Progress.
On Sunday. June jS, 1003, Mr.
Johnson Shol e, one of Hate coan
ty's oUfrst citiuis. died at hit home
in llmlu t the age of yl. He
vsas the latl.rr of Mr. C. Y. Shobe
of lb' Ci'V, and ol Mr. Shobe who
g4e tl.-e nan-.e to the Shobe post
nU';e. Ail of hi ihdditn weie
jicriit t the f.inual except one
who live m Tesas, which occuncd
on Mond.tv, June i-y, front the
Chiixtian ihiiict' o sshisU deceased
. lit Issu tucutUi.
or one a little better for 15c.
Dr. G. N. Sharp's genial face
appeart on our ttrcett again. The
Dr. wat badly bruised up in the
runaway, but it still in the ring.
V. 11. Fisher and family have
removed to McLouth.Kans. , where
Mr. Fisher" it in business, and
where he hat recently purchased a
Jamet V. Ingram and Mis Pearl
Withrow were married Sunday af
ternoon at the residence of Mr. aud
Mr. A. C. Sampson, by Rev. W.
Treva, the little".daughter of Mr.
and Mr. N. Connell, fell and dis
located ber wrist last Friday. It it
quite a painful injury, but is heal
Otis Potter accompanied his sis- i
ter, Mrs. 11. G. Wrddle ol Neva-j
da, to Denver, Colorado, last !
week. Mrs- WeddSe goes lor aj
summer outing to the Colorado
"Gabc" Hedden wa in the city
Tuesday. He brought in hi usual
jag of "gab" for the Review. II
all the Democrat were like "Gab"
there wouldn be any boodle alout
Jeffrrton City, 'vou bet cher life."
Juhn Hall, who worked on the!
McGinni ranch, died Mond night
and wat buried yesterday. He bad
been aick about two or three weeks,
rwit i.rtout until fomlav. shftif
he became worse and died Monday
There i no eacuse lor the ladie
and children going bareheaded now.
At the liaraar you will frid a tatle
full f trimmed hats none of them
vvoMh le than and you can
have vur choice ' for 15c. Just
think of it and then go see them.
To convince )ou that the Itjjiar
is selling china for almost nothing,
I lead these price. They will sell
you 6 tumble! for toe, b SAuee
dishe for 10c, a good tieJ vege
table dMi lor ice, 6 cup and am
eer for jc. and many oilier I at
gain at ptoK)itionatcly low pi ice.
Six hundred and ninety students
are now attending. Full particu
lars may be had by addressing
THE STATE OH WAS. SCHOOL.
tlx-T run or,! I'!l mit t! 1 V 'I'-; U-jr Bf. t- t-naJ', I"
li"irr t Wat '..ztf.n v;t r ' ,4 i,,,v , . , . T ., T..;
I link Lrw-i, T 1 .. J. 1 I) - ...HI !
a in ttf city day 'A week ! wrk. T!- n tki'irr 1 1 fm-. no I : ''""'I'i'.wl !t t 4 to..
Shaking i.ano witii ci 1 incest.
CarU of Tbanke.
Some time ago the undersigned
were all mere or less badly injured
in an unfortunate ruoaway, and
brought home in a helpless condi
tion. Our neighbors and friends
came to cur assistance so prompt
ly and unselfishly, that we think a J Utah and SoutK Dakota, via tie
public eapression of our thanks I Mo. P. Ry Tickets on talc
Mie Die .Griper an!
Flammang hast beta elected tub
tilu!e tcther in our public ,hcf.
Mis Rnth ShattucV arrived Tues
day on a vacation via t to her father
Col. S. M. Snattuck, arid her sister.
Mittet Lina and Laura burnt
are taking a short outing visiting
their aitter, Mrs. Crotssrhire, up
A. C Sampson wat elected sec
retary and C. G. Weeks treasurer
of the school board, at their regu
lar monthly meeting.
Our John bad a little sick spell
Tuesday. Too much 4th of July,
lie's able to do bis work now and
eat bis allowance again.
Master John Creasey is hoidicg
down the messenger' job at the
long distance telephone cce,dur.
ing the sickness of Master Cleo
Mrs. Frank McKibben came
down from butler, where Frank bas
a job with the Cash Dept. Store, to
pend a few days looking about
Bert Martin, of the railway mail
service, has been promoted from
the third to the fourth class id the
service, with a salary of twelve
hundred dollars per year.
The Baptist State Ministerial
Institute convened at Blackwell,
O. T., Tuesday last and elected
Rev. C. D. Spillman vice presi
dent, and Kev. J. R. EIdrid;e
treasurer cf the organization.
Both these - reverend gentlemen
were formerly pastor of the Baptist
church of Rich Hill and their
friends will be pleased to read of
Capt. Wm. Klotscbe was io the
city Tuesday trading. He says hi
boy and irls want a buggy and
as they have been so good to work,
be just thinks he will get it lor
them, which is right. He says
bis corn is all right and with favor
able weather the rest of the season,
will do well. He ha quite a fair
crop of peacbe, and altogether it
fairly well pleased with the outlook-
Special excursion to Colorado,
i ,rM.!mi S r-nm it it ( iir'tov
" 'n t A'l.vil n ,!i!-.f. Sli Im.t !
ii5 '- aw! i-lv: '.y fof
cunvntSlr. 1 U In f'.-- v;r r'r '' l i ' ,J o-i. !..- t t, . 1 Tsmi.y Ms tu rtnuf
.ni.m.il.,.1. 1 1. 1. t. ! i It. I.' .U.f U If, n t v n : , r r.T- -( c.-'u'ifwrUrt.-!. fir'sn.tmi will
Joliaji.,,. .. , .,., m -i-.vu. i ' rr-jr'i rv-wi'. Shi? wa brirtt
and appreciation is due them, and
we do now hereby publicly express
our heartfelt thanks to each and
every one aho so kindly remem
bered and assisted us.
G. N. Sharp,
The big annual celebration at El
Dorado Spiings, Ma., wiU be held
this )ear on July 20 and it. Spec
ial arrangemen t are being made for
the accommodation of all visitor
and the program will be the bett in
the history of the town. Don't
miss thi event the greatest ot the
season. C. V. Clahy,
Ch'm Publicity Com.
Walnut Street M. i: Church.
There will be preaching at the
! Walnut Sticct M. E. Church next
Sunday at 1 1 a. in. and S p. in.
by the pastor. '
Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.
Junior League at I 30 p. m.
Fpworth League at 7 P m
P.pwnith Lesgue Bible Study
Class Tuesday evening at 7:3
Piayer meetirg ThursJay 7'3-Ctl-vs.
C. JA4ts, Pastor.
Thrrv U iimrx' t'trrh tu ttilK (-'-
iloii of ttn ronntry tlmn rill other
tllwaw-a put tosvluvr, nu.l until tin
bjt law )'r w aupiwl t In
liM linu.H. tur is limn iiitii.. jran j,.r inv. rniu.'lit
1 It I. u... 1 .1 I .M. .... '
aud pntKiiUd ln-nl rfiiu'iltcft, iiihI
liy coimtimtly fuillii)' to miv vsltli
ltK'l tr is line lit, pnnKituuvd It liu-u
rnlilf. K U'luv hiipriivoiiciitrtti to
n- tt constitution Ulwiu' and tln iv
furr re qui iv eonittlt uttonal tritt
molit, I twit a t nturrii t uiv, jiuiiiii
tintursHl tijr F. J. t lit m-v A, to.,
Tolmhi, Ulilo. U tl' lll.V VoUKtitU
tlounl iiiiv on tl iniiikot. It t
tiikru lllt.Tltull.V In il. t("iu 10
Imoa to n 1-;iit.'Uif ol. It 'I'll ll
r.n tt.V ml !' M'hkI iid miitoiia ur
bov of tli )ti. Tbi'.v t.fl. rom
tiuudntl dollar rvwai'd br itn.s
11 btlU to ctnv. StU-t Ivir urvuhti
mil ttliiiouli.U. Addiv.
F. J. t IU.M Y Si Co . To.i!, n.
Sold by lru;1-t. '.
JUU'a I uixiliy PjUa m tho Utt.
Flrat preabyterian Church.
There will be preaching service
next Sunday at tt. a. m. and 8
Prayer meeting Thursday 8 p.m.
Sunday School at 9:4 a. m.
Juaior Endeavor at 3 p. m.
Senior Endeavor at 7 p. m.
W. B. Clt ANc ELI OB,
WAN I KI Vul NW MliN to pr nr
I M.iUoii. t ine
om - at I i u in U lsj-NrtiufcU! iJ
S.il.irli'a. !;!'! I I'roniol ion.
Hiutimiioii- ..oon. l'rtt uln (.
Inter Mr t or. liiKt..tVv.i;ir ItiioUlit,
daily June 1st to Sept. 30th. One
fare plus $1.00 for the round trip
G. A. R. SanFraecisco. $45 lor
the round trip via the Mo. P. Ry.
Ticket on tale Aug. 5-14. Final
return limit October 15th, ttop ov
ers allowed going and returning at
and west of Colorado points.
$3.50, round trip to St. Louir,
Mo. July tSibi Special excursion
train leaves Rich Hill at 10 p. m.
arrive at St. Louis 7 a. m. July 19th,
returning Ieavet St. IvOuit 9:30 p.
m. tame date.
R. A. Bailcv,
l!i 04 In Jli'. iirl it ypr If
oiiM rw.ljc alow tt.at w". i f-
t, ure wethy f it. Krx-w. I wtr-!
rulm tin? lrrlJt.i' fif a I'shtii-.I i
i II. S'-orr.,n . t I s.a, : t:
tt'i Wd."'i eunorry, f'ev. R.
j r Jie.I tint f i floral er
Mr. V. .
i 1:. .,.
clati In errry to&.!.p thS .ui.'i-f ' " ' 11 ""1"",'"'r il 1 T'.U. sr! .! foe thw N-w
adfJl. lytn-jiow th- aw.t V,i. - Aftx't.-. C: fU. .., .,-,1 f.pany. W tMnV
er that we mny rn i roj. tA etf--tMj Ur uk r.n i n , rr f fp , t ml)f
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! of t f t t iv r.
IX Tft F'i 'Ws h-'v f'ra lit fsM'l,
and run!i throtigSiotit tl i-t fjsrr.! " '
ll-n. It iaav r!l kitowa Iisrt that? F. BirlViVd-r 'hivtrm r K 1
M-rv rati'!; la t t stt.,rr tn t L. ' 1. l- 1
ronnty lt ffl tf thy 1WJ ;! ivfJ J TVr nvf.njrat t, NVnr
Tbi- flit'iriHi ahosr thi. TVjr Ar' -" at at -J l ri HcTr i u .lU h t;-in m.yruU.
iW. We V-tt iMat arvl -,: It " . n, .. ;t s.;t
Wbn we iVsvrre sift,ry tt 1;1 ; W. II. 4JiUm K t J,r I w m'wt : nurtr wit!
ujw,o our tt?. Vihit tf. ; ruu!nz TtJsr a,J ;;j hr arv-1 t.V ; 'x o'r ' ni'tat tm U -X
yotj aay, taoya. ahall we jj1a rsn- rl II Km t4t 2a rr ca?! bwW' wrrTi.rtna r a. si
lilrin Kxe!t t!u' rij;?.t j??lyti;i.,if to. Tt Kay m. r 'f
That la our notion. Wt'J 111 a-f oixl : U kry t!.I aoafn.
... S !. rw- tfi j a W. r 3"Br lm
t" I St.. . . '
m. ,-i.Mii.-.a ii.j.s:ifi:at8 wvnt, tie B nainj
ISM iki rjur conr i;im w Jarrn.
Ing a pnenmatie. tstie V r t t : ty mot't,
rut In oi-ratioa In tbta city. We'
are not turmt aa to th luZ ! t j
unoVratai)' it U a iKrt (4 private?
: "3 V.'Vr ioja't ttt'l
anap for our eongTwwnsnn'a j-riri.
?. Tbla tube, nm we r-t it. i
See t-.e c.na ti tit B
l" ;.s . i ...
nin from the JctSg a ty to I or x "
fnni' M.toffi'Te, and i 1W!0-J to
obviatet.be itfn.ty of ei:!r eoii-;
Ing bimr-lf or pending to tV p-t-'
ofnif for hi luaiL l eoor-, if t!;i
i tle bnt tle gove-rntijut at Waeit- :
inston wUI lc lor UutVr. we w"t:3 '
Uave to be content w rniUu-r our .
Lick agalnat rwli cliwritiiin.i?i..n ,
right now. BeAUe w It li rixariv oth- '
era we his re Mt that our eonstvM-1
man l bljrnoujrh tnt W'a!i!n?tfi !
to procure frt- usil tk-Urery lor Urn
home eJty. IV-aldVa, tltat w vu!d i
avoid the pucuiuatlc tuli.-rv .ie, f.-r;
oor con;rrenin tonM tli-o tay at
home without tli niIty ot ttitx-j
Ing with the thougbt herd to tw .
met on hi way to &o from the j-xl ;
offitt! ovcaulonallr. It I f.'iid that
our conTvswman ha t-n ot Loiae (
about thni U ta fr.ia the p-t- :
office j.rartlcallT ever aiD'-e Vn-j
gnea adjonrwl; but we know -f(
none outide the home rlrcle who.
may vouch lor this. But the matter ,
ol retirpuient la a privllt-cil i-x-tt.oa. j
We cocteK however that we cannot 1
URdet-fttand . why thi retirement,
should be ao lntne Ouric all
every biennial period except the alt j
werka or two mouth Jut prior to?
each gvueraJ election. The ieojlej
should consider this matter ot our:
cougreaauian'ar retirement during the j
aald six weefca. even if tlcy do have :
to endure it the ret ot th" time.
We had a atuaU cyclone cp lre:
luat Friday which assaulted tie Xtii
aouri Btate HaDk. It took the a'n
ofl the top and one paaixl of tl
thing went atralght through ttie big
plate front, gTaaed cabhk-r Jenkin s
ear and eiauateJ itmrif in t!? vault,
which haipene4 to betandiDg oja.
if Jenkina had not brc-n tH ttcarvd
lie might have captured that ryt iosc
alive and svnt it to the I-osUian.i j
rurrhaae Show at St. Louia. Buj
he ngU-eted to abut the lx.T urid
the thlug got away.
Well, I II have to ijuit. A lot t-f j
ceutkUM-n have eoiite in to talk ,
cheap Katutaa land, and a I-. B. At j
kltinoo h goue with a party, I will
hare to do the ta!Wln lor hiiii.
W. O. Atsii.
Read The Tribune.
Butter S Stissse I
V.'e iitve tie test a-i tr-cit ccti:4;: rsfr -gzx-atoe
tbt we can jet, aal ice? ct t ::rrr a3
cheese ia the f.re-it cf c,3ili at p-ricit tzi
as Sow as cxiers gtt l.t pocdj Laii.el ls-
another car cf GOLDEN PATE!'T FLOU2.
wtkh we g-aractee to t cai friei w'-.esl
and to te as gooJ ;ar as cms t
wheat. Now is the tixe to t-y jeer i:.t.:t sip-
p!y of flour, before tie a.i.s get to prislisi tt
Good liberal discouctj ca 5C0 pcssJ !cts-
Griffith Grocery Go.
I ROM IKt COL MY SLAT.
We aurv1ve1 the jjlorioua 4th. It
waa tlie racketyewt eflt-brattou ever
eiprrk'iuvd l-re; but nobcnly "t
hurt. The pwplr mvnil to hare a
gooil time. A j;ol many goxl Itkh
Hill people- -!i)oyrl the g-ayou-
.li'ILW fc 1 1 Vl ti'.
Hrty, Iir. llucki'by. 1I1 sou notice
that l'rt. O. 1. Auntlo ol I lie !Wor4
got a boom n h-sv lny a:o in tlie
.lolx-lViiKM-rat lor I Jet run lit (iov
erniT on tlie Republican tk ket? fvune
politician clown at JrftVrwon ttty
lauu 11 hi Ikoiu, and it ought to
trow, lie woulil make a granxful
Mr. HtlJa and Mrs. I V. ftoMo
eon ol llkh II1U. spent Sunday with
Mr. Jake King.
Wondfr If a cvrt.-iln Keith tatrhW
or hawn't any hitchir. pot at hi
home? We notic.sl he trii-d to take
one home with him wht-n In town
Sme partW are bty tianllng rcn k
to KUh II IU lor t!n liii liivoo
Ik to pound on who try to Jump
oft and on tlie ear.
fWn I'.and eoiunwinv.1 cutting hay
Monday. He haa --M I.U h.iy I -r ,
.i vr ton ca t hv ears. lv
Miwr. and t'rr vtrrv' ,!,
driving art-und thrxnmh tU -ctsn ' V
Katundciy. Wondr-r It they lot .viol ; (,'
any twlon patch. ):
Had quite a hv!y tiiu at I'uc'. '
Ike Ne.vt xsevlutKiay ulfcht. uiif, y
the IK iiMlTi cr.; to l.-ii d.'tseaj y
We have inansurated the
Greatest Clearing sale in
the history of this "Old Re
Bargains in Every Department.
:lMIRli, 100 MWY TO V.tMJOV. ;Mt.
bun-wer Clothes at great;' reiaceJ fncet
Cs'i) tome ia we'll coanac )uj
,". tQ f .CO Suttt t ..
co to f-';.oa Saits jo at ... .
ud heir prvidiug fKcvr lu lite State r' i l rx"u ,u
S. ute, aiKluo vile IkhhIW would ? ,1"K. u, l"1 rx'-r
be p, nlttst to w rite cbrs V t l.!nd i l,r l-" Hi.turU-t.
CREGOH ASC WASHIKGTC1
lloiifi l.-r vs ill nul that tiny
cm j;rt (ill !!. liiloriiiMtiou nl.onl
t!. loiditiv Mud I-IU'I orU,
Itintttx'V nl. froio il. VVrn
l.-nllua in l iu-l In tlstit I'oioitrv,
mil wil '' 'i-;-'l to v!l
nii'l von. or l!l mh I von all
lli. 1H i ( nr- tlil J vu in)
MMHt ill r.-1'M-in v t ltl- C'tilll 1 .
,.w..u!l ! k. .o-d to tone
j ..11 c !I it I u. or lid u
.! to n!l and " ou. J .i-cir-
l-'U t!t t " tllH".
FF.3WUUCC:R. K!!!, L'j.
tlif M'tri'il U'lilnd hlMrxultist t.itiou.
Now, HrotlaT Auatin I a inojnt
mice and would not ttuutcuatee
th( reinarWa II le kiMw it. I'.ut tl.U
I our liutlm-K aud not hi. He
si olild be a vnat improvriuvtit lu
every wny oa oor, exlWU Jidiii A.
laev. T'' lewim BH-n lu tits-
late out; lit to take tip thi tiooiuVt
aud ins.e it srrow iuto Irultarv uevt
your. Uro. Auvtlri hm lUol a lie
pub'iUau svtaapnpiT lu tld IViuo
enitK' county and city kr tvewrly D
yivtra, and it niau wbo ran do that
U good enough lor mil thing hi par
ty c.sti give him. aud It Utok now a
if the HepuM'.c-aa rty could give It
. caiididati ih'M ) r acinH'thing lir.
Uh houor tHnt U. vUtory d tl
eutoluusrul ot o(tiv. In a Ittatlrr
ol tlii klad It tW M.'srti-r U'i
1 ou t pU. out tlvry liwO not ivt
the p.-li. II pulM-r to l rt w riol.
1Im tlm. t at Imii.l lor UUhmiH
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SHOE DEPARTMENT m ath.
ale Closes August. 1st.
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