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EO. P. HI)C'K'.BV,
KAN IK R. MllRiHt.
Si Mon1lu. ....
Singl Cp. .....
rrnrnd ccmrfli't to Kl Cofftt
port ofllc t Rich Mill, m Mtond t 0 -t-t
IlepuiiHean ConTcntlou Pat on.
Stale convention, bt. Joseph, Jul.
Judicial convention Jefferson
City, Sept. 15.
Republican National convention
at Chicago, June 31, 1904,
Democratic Convention Dates.
Democratic national convention,
Ft. Louis, July, 6.
Democratic state judicial conven
tion St. Joe June 21.
D emocratic delegate convention,
Joplin, June 29.
Democratic state convention, Jef
ferson City, July 19.
Japan is e till flapping Russia in
the face and punching her in the
short ribs and giving her an elegant
kick all along the line.
How can a state be out of debt
when it owes $4,300,000 to its
public school fund and levies a 3
cent tax to pay the interest on it?
A Philadelphia political orator re
cently became to enthusiastic that
he swallowed a set of fake teeth.
But then, a man in the frenzy of
partisan excitement is prepared to
swallow almost anything.
Colorado exhibits 500 potatoes at
the world's fair, weighing an aggre
gate of one ton, or an average of
four pobnds each. It is evident
that Colorado digs some things from
the ground besides gold.
This year ends the sixth term of
Diaz as president of Mexico. This
would indicate that Mexico knows
a good thing. So does Diaz. If
the perpetual president runs for a
seventh term it would be appropri
ate that he do it on a "stand pat"
$7,500 worth of bond, net given in
payment of ti e water work netted
the city $6,683, 1.3 and the expendi
tures tor the impiovement of plants
has been a follow,
Gas plant 870,00
Electric light plant 4,132,50
Total 10, 28,50
Proceeds of bond sale 66S3.33
which shows that $3,599,17 more
was expended than bunds were sold
for, and yet not a main extended, re
placed or disturbed.
Again the city plants have cost
the city during the year.as shown by
the report, as follows;
Increased official salaries $3,528,78
Expenses of plants not
including improvements 6,662.75
Interest on bonds
Receipts from plant
Exp. above receipts 6,430.4s
The report shows over draft to the
amount of $4235. iS, which probab
ly covers the differences elsewhere
noted and indicates that much in
debtedness over and above $55,000
worth of bonds.
to Hie Government, W hen tlx-v
ate owned by some one who hold
one of (he old Spuiilsli land giant
they can usually be bought at a Ida
The advent of Americans in the
Inland has greatly stimulated the
development of the oil field. The
Spaniards used to procure illumi
nating oils from some of the oil
wells of Luzon, Pansy, mid Negro
but their drilling machinery, refin
ing devices, and modes of distribu
tion were extremely defective.
During the last twenty-live years
Filipino capitalists have been work
ing at the oil wells and, with the
aid of the Japanese, have develoned
some of the wells that pi odiice the
best grades of oil. The Chinese
also have taken a hand in the oil in
dustry of the islands.
Recently some of the American
discharged soldiers have been work
ing at the problem of furnishing
the islands with their own illumina
ting cils and expoiting some of the
refined oils. Through them the i;i-
titiind Army iin-n roent this nnd
ironH t lake tlie jitntter tip. It
w 111 ho rvnii'iiilioivil Unit niii'i. niiiii
a 1 1nn1 t In1 Corporal Wan litiiinolf re
moved, lifter lie had Imm-ii w al lied by
1'IVmMi'II t 1 1 11 1 ill lint tt) llhinlpaftt
tl Ntirplu too font, mid not ttimiy
o much about It. Holding a pollt
Unl oiilco In WitnliltiKii'ii. mill ills.
inUxliiji (irmi.l Army men, Ik tlK
walking 011 egK. woinctliliiK will
From Our KxcluwiKe.
One of the men who has drilled,
prospecting atoiind Hume, .reports
oil at various depths fiom 150 to
400 feet, which is as deep as they
have eone, and thinks the vein i
struck nt 200 feet would produce a
couple of ban els per day if properly
shot. Willi such favorable indica
tions, there must be plenty of it fur
ther down, Hume Telephone.
Bert Creigler, of Spruce, was in
town Tuesday transacting fusmess,
and as is his custom, made us a
brief call, lie stated that a son of
, LceWix. brother of Judge Clark
dustry has been extended, but lack ; U jX( who hv on ,he at;crs f.irn))
If You llould Increase
Tho purchasing price of your money
you must visit our store and take a
homo with you some of tho good bar
gains wo are giving our patrons.
Low Prices are our specialty. Wo
make them on everything; flour, feed,
salt meat, bacon, hams, salt by the
barrel, potatoes, canned goods, fresh
vegetables, fresh fruits, coffee and
We lieve an up-to-date stock of
Queensware and Tinware.
Successors to A. B. HOLLOWAY.
Henry M. Stanley, the great
African explorer, died a short
time ago at his home in England.
His life will illustrate the possibil
ities of the boy under Anglo Saxon
civilization. Born in poverty, he
was taken from poor house, be
came a newspaper reporter an Af
rican explorer, and a member of
the English parliment.
One of the crvine needs of the
slate ot Missouri is an entire change
of her revenue system There will
lie no change until the people elect
a Republican state government.
One of the changes needeJ is in the
matter of criminnl costs. Under
the present system the ttate pays
half million or more ctunina)
costs which means that bate coun
ty helps to pay for the pronecutioa
of the criminals of Kansas City aod
St. Louis. Stop this state pay
ment ul such cost and let each
county pay its own costs. No ttate
under republican rules pay ucU a
till of costs.
Petroleum In the IMilllpine Is
Americans watching the develop
ment o the Philippine Islands will
be interested to know that Mr. F.
II. Oliphant, the author of a report
to the United States Geological Sur
vey on the Production of Petroleum
in 1902, predicts that in a few years
petroleum will be one of the articles
exported from the islands instead of
an article of importation exclusive-
The islands of Luzon, Panay,
Leyte, Gimeras, Guimaras, Negros,
Mindanao, and Cebu contain petro
leum. There are some rich oil
wells on the island of Luzon, and
capitalists usually prospect among
these before they go to other is
lands. On the island of Panay are
deposits of oil located from 200 to
500 tect below the surface. On
the islands of Negros, Cel u. and
Mindanao oil strata are worked to
good advantage ry native and for
eign capitalists. The position ot
these islands would certainly indi
cate the probable existence of petro
leurri, as Borneo, on the southwest,
and Formosa and Japan, on the
north, contain productive areas that
are extensively operated.
The best oil appears to be con
tained in a stratum consisting of
rock, gravel, and sand, nearly 20
feet in thickness, lying about 400
feet below the surface. Tins rock
is in tome places too hard to pierce
with the native devices, but Ameii
can drilling tools cut it readily. In
other places the .o called rock is on
ly soft sandstone. These oil land
are ordinarily unclaimed and belong
of capital has hindered them in their
work. American capitalists are now
interested in developing the richest
deposits of the country, and have
arranged for the purchase of the
necessary plants. At the present
time there are several well estab
lished and paying plants ir. the is
lands. One which is located at Is
adro, near Manila, is obliged to run
day and night and tax its machineiy
to full capacity in order to meet itsj
orders. A number of minor oil re-1
fineries distributed throughout the
islands are said to be doing a good
business and making money.
When pumped from the earth the
Pbilipine oils are usually dark green
in color. By refining, an average
of S per cent benzine is produced
from the crude petroleum and about
40 per cent illuminating oil. The
remainder is gas cil and tar. From
til!; I.lll! I .1 1 . I : I 1 1 iaiA.l!ll..l. 1
The cost of getting the crude oil. 1,1
is very low as compared wan ir.e;
expense in most other counttie.
Lalor at the wells is extremely
cheap, ranging from to to 11 cents
a day. For this price both the na
tive and Chinese l.iboscrs uive a full
day's work and provide their omi
lodging and sustenance.
was bitten by a dog supposed to
have hydrophobia, recently, that the
Holier mad stone was applied, but
failed to adhere and the young man
was taken to Chicago for treatment.
Hates Co. Record.
I)r Hall received word Sunday to
the effect that his daughter, Mrs.
Joi Gi.izebrook is again in the hos
pital, this being the third time with
in the past year. Her original ail
ment was appendicitis from which
she never fully recovered. The
many friends of the family heie will
regret 10 learn of her continued ill
ness. The Van Ambuig show came
and has gone. That is alout all
that can be said it. Some peo
ple here have sort ot ne feeling in
the rtg-.on of their poekt-t books,
result of bucking a suic tiling.
Cobb V Atkesou iUrnt Hurried
Tuesday moinnig about 3 o'clock
the tiie alain: sounded its dicad
summons to anothrj fire, rue hail
broke out in J. A Cobb's barn and
when discovered the budding was a
sheet of flame, and though the lire
men weie quickly on hand with
hose and cart, 'hey were unable to
save the luul luig. Themr.i ad
joining, belonging to W. O. Atke
suii also caught and was tunned up.
AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FEIiCE
I I I I 111
SU i 1 J la. or 6 la. aptrt
I 4rrv J
. I nt I
'. . i . lur-l, 1 . JL
H r !-?
m i i m m&
SprtUI Hog. Murtc J Cttl Sl;U
St) u la. r in. crt
Made of large, strong, high grade stee! wires, heavily galvanised.
Amply provides for expansion and contraction. Is practically ever
lasting. Never goes wrong, no matter how great a strain is put on it.
Docs not mutilate, but tlocs, ciTicicntly, turn cattle, horse, hojs
EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED
ty the manufacturers and by us. Call and seo it. Can show you hew
it will save you money and fctice your fields to they will stay fenced,
KEEP IN MIND THAT OUR STOCK OP HARDWARE AND IMPLE
MENTS IS COMPLETE AND PRICES THE LOWEST
RICH HILL. - - MISSOURI.
A 11n tinn' draw m ar lur tin
liiiililin ot tin- ritimnin e.-iu.'d. l!n
. , . i 111 i son il i Hi t .1U'' ; l .Oiu na, iniuicti J1'I
HtupvtidotiH nntorv of thi- job loom I 'I
tin U r.m- tli.- iniHiriimtlou hn..-t !-'cli L-M sosne orsi ami hay bui j
diplomatic miotlon having Itii
dlnpowd of with the lnir-Iin-fj t'.w-
One year ago the people of Rich
Soft and crooked bones mean
bad feeding. Call the disease
tickets if you want to. The
growing child must eat the
riht fund for growth. Hones
must have bone food, Llood
tr.u-t have blood fiod and so
on through the list.
Scott's Kmulbion is the rkrht
dititiu eliiirm tciitli' of t!f prc-ddi'iit.
tl f tO.IKMl.iKm h.-nint: Ini u p. ii.1 to
France, and th world. Sni . luilinyr
t'oloiulihi, havliir iui.ii!H'i'il in tin'
result, the actual work of hoUIhk
the etiKluet'riny; proldriii 111 hooh
eoiiiini'iifi'. A eonicrciHv ivim in l.l
at the Wlilto llotiw on 'lindav
with the Canal 'oiiinitKtoii)TM, :m -n'tarlin
llay and Tafl, and th" l'i.
Iilciit, wlu'ii ten. Ia i u hh iiijioiii
ed governor of the canal min' and
tin' civil and workluir rulr t
proiniilat'd. The wir oltiiv will
have the viier'al ovcrfllit of ih..
Work, to which the t 'olnliiUfiiii'i .
will niak" fn'ui'iit n-portx. It l
nniioumvd that a couph- of jenr
will Ih1 llii-thil to colnpliti t l.o mil
veyo, water nupply and 1-1 1 tl'-; 1
tloiin: and It U et liuatcl lliat wln u
the excavation Ihi;1iih ll will cost
f.M.iMi.noo a year for tin- iu-t t. 11
yearn. ThU U really I he old 1 rvudi
t-Htliiuitc of thirty ycnri ayo. Aiu-
pli' tlini' ri'inaliiH for Cnncri to Ket
tle the iiuTchant
has yrne iiKinauce, .!Ke!)ii lul
ome feed mid harne, and h.t no j
n.-urance" The re.ir of Cobb'ii j
houc ".:it oio slightly damaged. It
w.t fort itnie therr wa no wind or
the lire .night have bun much more
M-iioii to nearby ptoprrty. Ue
In the fej-tiu d.i ul Hiicient
Hill voted upon them.rives a bond
ed indebtednes of $55,000, that
they might become the uwuert of
their own gut. water and electric T
light plants. Of thin amount they '1
gave the old water worka company ;. treatment for .soft bones in
$17,500 for the old plant and the -Vl Udren. Littlcdoses every day
bidance $7,500 was to be expended j give the Stiffness and fchajH.'
in the exteiibion of maim and other' that healthy bones fehoulj have.
improvmcnts. The city ha inado
its tirbt repuit for the year kince it
came into pottefchion ot the tytcm.
According to thit report the city,
in that time, ha paid out in lalurict
about $5,35.6$., of which 11 mount
the in.iyor,miirshal, a'derman, ktrwt
Cornmiioner, treasurer, and citj
cleik, in any even!, would receivr
about i,Sjo,oo leaving about 13,
518,78 iucitae in ollicial nalaiiea or
1111 aveiage of neatly $300 per
uiontli incrcttbe. The tale of the
llow legs become fctraighter,
loose joints grow btrongtr and
firmness comes to the toft
Wrong food caused the
trouble. Right foxl will cure it.
In thousands of cases Scott's
Emulsion has proven to be tho
right food for soft bones in
Send fur free sample,
SCOTT 4i BOWNE, Chamlata.
40W-4IS Pearl Stroat- Nmw York.
yx. . J i.tw ; il lUvnl,
lvotnc do t mice were a delicacy
much appreciated, and were nerved
wilh poppies and honey. Certain
emperor wne very fond ot a diUi
made of pheasant and wood-cock
cooked with the hock nnd udder of
ii nm' and a biead pudding mihJ
uvn it. The Komarn ate bian
with mustaid and honey, and
souicd pig'a leel and head cic
common on cveiy lull of fare.
Without the modem facilities for
keeping bxnl fieh, llicy iuti(cd
inariiie ijiii'Btloii j (li.it thiii livii khiuild be lie!:, and
If You're Going to PAINT
If- up to you' to 11 our "PAJIOl'S HAM
M Alt BHAND" at 1 r gallon. If, f,;!y
ct.ual to anil niiich U tter than paint oi pay t
to ?l.fi.". for. In fact, tfa a SI d paint for ijl 'Z't.
If fully Kuaralitcvd and Jim will make n in iuil.iie
if you don't um tN-fon- you luiy. We aUo n II
MI.NOUItS floor and poreti paint. They're n!riht l..
Uillidiiison & Montgomery.
and for the eoiiiph-tloti of eont.-.u- hl cw nji;n.,
plated new Iiiicm of transportation. , .. .,
.... , ,, . eiiiliest podile inoiuent allci
1 here In llkelv to ln a rcadjiiM lacii t 1 '
of the ehaiineU of coiiiineri'', an I
already lloMton U del.-ln waj
and rueaiirt lo hi'p even wliliNew
The 1 K 1 1 a 1 1 1 1 o n t of ( oiiHiierec and
Ijiilior lrtwiied 11 few day nlnee It
iiioiithly miiuuuiry of eoiuiiiere,' ninl
linanee, devoting over one hiindie 1
paen to ii review of the modern tae
Iff Hteiim of t he principal i oinili l.
of the Wor ld. The (iitf.-relit nJ nli'iiiH (j
01 inriif a re 1 n Lienei ai, com e,o ion- . . , , . . . ,
, . , Ins traimphal leant he had
ul 1 1 111 v Inimii xi ii 1 1 it ilii hall in 1 Iii.mj. I 1
are ull .ll..iiHm .1 In eoiin.tion j ton of laiiiphrvy eued at
wa'.cr at the
wa Ihiscii tmiii I lie water. i lie
kw if tent com iei t a w .uted the laud
in,; ot trie Kuni.ui filniig boat moi
ct lf with the fiih al once br
U'onie, lCveiyoue whs compelleil
to get out of the way of tiieir gal
It i ntoiiihing to cmiidcr tlie
amount ot leoil served in thoe
When Juliu t'emer gave
their prui tlctl worktiiK1 In ''riaaiiy
I'raiue, Spain, ltiinxla, I'.r.uil. in. I
i-r count rleH. The '"iiioul favored
nation claiiiM'" U ili'M iiswd and i m
pounded. Thin tlimly Inilletiii
iillown tho fact to tell their own
Corporal Tanner, tho new 1'i-ytlMter
of Will. IiO (tooller Kit lnt olilce
that he Uvun to IImiiiU eiuphiycH.
Anions ot lier he reiuoved Col. John
11, ltoucr of 1 lederlck, ifd. Tim
l ie and when 1 1i teimiu pancl
awv t' a land wheie tutlony is
unknown he led bchi id at incou-
venient to take along wilh him lo,
tKo pipe of ntrong wine tcatoned
with aalelula ahumiiiHtionii,
tingle glati of vs hich would ct
modem drinker ct.y.
Read Tho Tribune.
tlH-aklns of clover reminds ni that
we have our cow mi a "f.iine" i-
Cm rou Tiiiiom turv of n-il and w hite clover, n il top,
ThU U a country of inlve.l farm-1 tllnot hy and lilun Kraw and wear.!
liiiJ. Aliaont enial to tlie Sunny laa-lnj; a tine rade of llt ede aad
Houtli wherw oraiiiffi In tilooin and J venter butter.
the trrowliiK and rH fruit enn !
foiimt on the Kami' tire. We have
Iwople plow imi for corn, mnue plant-
Inur corn, olherm iiltlvatlnu corn and l
douht lexH if w e looked III the riht
pliiceM, wo would find nhock of coin
not jet "liinked." .Si a mo n or no
iihoit there Ii alua.ia Hoiiiethlli
1 . 1 1 r III corn.
W e not lionii' n.ifely from our trip
to lileh Hill, arid even I tlimn dur
ing llu paxl wti'k alniiixt w lnhed we
hal Hot come home at all. It !
Iioiim' cli-auiuu tiiiie, and a we are
ntiuont out of K'rU lo help do that
kind of w ork, vve have In n endlu
a hand and It U alioul an at i lit - It like
work a anytlilae; w ever trletl.
Hut we will likely have mnue more
tirU pretty oou and then wt will
help clean hout"' an we have alw aya
If thene raliia eoutluue vve are lla
hlc to have a wet Hprll pri't ty mooii,
Imi t then w e are gi t I liijj Unetl to that.
I lur oi l friend and iielhlor, Win.
ThompMoii, has hU coal nhafl In
working order, but Jilt now he In
l.iudlnt; nioru water than coal.
Uiir iM'tter-half U not having very
uootl aiieeiHta In the poultry Iiun1iiim
thUyi-ar. Only uliout one-half the
e.:je. wet liatehlmr. Itnt ulie Ufortu
nati' In ral-inif nearly all thu ehleka
V traded for aome ! laL win
ter, (tot Mouio patent hive and are
K"li'B to try the lev liilnen on
luixlueHM prlaclpaU. Have had n
few old faliloUfi HtaiiiUaiit"uuniH"
fur II or -f yearn, Imt have not Kotteii
rh Ii off of tin in. Aw white t lover U
U ttlurf tnoiv plt'iitlful vve hope (or
U.tter aucceta li) tho future.
c. . Iliitt.,
We had anot lu r !; tain Sunday
arternooii a;i I II w ill l.e Mi-veral day
It lore there v ill l.e any faruiliij;
1 rank Hi hunter w u haiiiinn nolim
hay w hlch he ha I tumuht la.t Sat
urday, Henry lit' iiii.I iljrur I'lllpot wer!
ciiHlvatimc koiiii of tli.tr coin tint
1. liter part of lat Week.
Sol. Kdwaid w it Uit;ii(j n la.
Uvea near llutler lat Saliiritny and
William A. Itrookx w t re Haw ing
hint week ni;alti afor having -,-n
Idle for about throe nirU. They
will Hooii ! tluii now untuiowi
their lulil aw ay,
Mr. I'lllpot and family weiv vUiU
Un at hi jiou I i iir liit Sun.biy.
1'I.OW iiov ,
( 1'ostrr Time. )
The Kich lid! dem iciaU otrove
hartl t nominate the r.tndid.itc lor
tneiifi', but failed. They are not
ore head lliouj;!;. '1 hey will vote
her trmi;ht at the poll.
Mi. W'el b h .i biiilit a house
down near Kich Hill and will have
it moved on lot north of ihc chnol
houc, and have it lived up for lent
The Miner Union of the New
Home untie it one of the I.irjjrt
in ll.eve pml. It nieiiibeiliip now
Humbert abuut one bundled.