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J LOCAL URIEL'S.
The small hoy hid the right of
wy July ith
It il.d.i'l ruin on the fourth of
July after 6 a. in.
John Smith lays the fourth of Ju
ly only come once a year.
W. V. Ferguson took in the Jop
lin Democratic contention last week
Shoot, Luke, or give up the
gun" wm she order ot cht day last
Mr. Chas. Collins returtieJ to
her home in Roslyn. Wash., last
John A. Connelly, wife anil moth
er, Mrs. Slater, spent the fourth at
A. II. Thatcher is visiting the
Louisiana purchase Woild'i Fair at
St. Louis this week.
1'cople by the carload went out
of Rich Hill Monday to celebrate
the fourth elsewhere..
Dr. Mater will be in his dental
ollice from Tuesday morning to
Saturday noon every week, tf
T. J. Kimhiough, of Chanute,
Kas., with bis family came in Sat
tit Jay to vi'ii 1 is old home folks.
Mr. li. F. Suddarth will spend
the summer at Wheatland, Wyom
ing with a daughter who lives there.
It. A. Juid, wife and sen wrnt to
Foit Scott and other points in Kan
sas, latt Saturday cn a visit to rela
tives. Mr. l'eter Pearson and wife de
parted last Saturday for an extended
visit to relatives at Pittsburg and
elsewhere in Kansas.
All business was suspended after
ten o'clock Monday and the people
would have taken to the woods but
the water was to high.
J. li. March is attending the Lou
isiana Purchase World's Fair, at
St. Louis and taking in the demo
cratic convention on the side.
Mis M.igce Rather has returned
from a two weeks visit to relatives
in Kansas City and Illinois, and the
Ks position at St. Louis:
Mi:s Zciia l'arker went with her
sister, Mrs. Addie Clark and hus
band on a shcrt visit to Spring
field, Mo. relatives, Wednesday.
Duiing the electric storm last
l'ii.liy the lightning struck and
killed n valuable cow for Mr. Asa
Arramtth out in the lirouks pas
Mr. C. L. Phifer and daughter,
Ardcne went to California, last Sat
urday and remained over the 4th,
ititing relatives and celebrating
it Is them.
Charles McPheron, of Kaliipell,
Mont., came home lat Friday on a
vacation vint to hi patents, grand
parents and other numerous friends.
Chat icy is another young man that
gtcw to manhood in our city and
eveiybody likes him,
Mr. A. X. Callahan came in from
eat ol the river Monday, lie
crossed the liver by boat. The
wet weather is interfering with his
work, harvesting a good crop of
wheat. He says his corn is doing
well considering the weather, hut
1110H corn rather backwaid.
W. J. Lawson, W. A. Harvey,
Al Arrasniith, A. C, Uradiey. J.
K. Maitin, John Armstrong, Fred
I'Mrch, Win. M. Done. Dr. G. A..
Drlameter, F. M. Koontr, Uec.
'TrniplcUii, Liiuuct McLaughlin,
Chris Mead, J. K. Hales and G to.
1. lluckrhy attended the Kcpul Ii
can convention at duller last Satur
day. Win. it. lJiyantoue of Cnir good
cit'uen was taken sick sums ten
stays ago and after all was done
that could be done for 'c'mx he pass
e 1 away lat Sunday morning and
was bin ied Monday afternoon Hev.
L. L. Pinuell co'iductiug the funr
al services. Mr. Iliyant was a good
christian man a faithful mei uber ot
the M. L. church south and will be
missed by a large cilcle of friends
and tu'uaiuta:u'cs. He le ft surviv
ing a wife and three n. Mi.
1 1 1 a ii t ssas about 4$ ) tit of age.
'I he suit-Ivors base the s jmp.thy of
tl widd circle of friends U their (e
Kaiit. rain and still mora rain.
Harry Msrh spent the fourth
wish friend al Appleton city.
Jas. L, Poter has been raised to
the $00 list of postal clerks.
Old newspapers, 5c for a big
bundle at The Tribune office.
The Rich Hill fair will begin
August 30 and end Sept. and this
J. W. bobbit, of Sprague, was
in attendance at the convention Sat
urday. The Tri bunk telephone is No.
52. Send in your items by tele
phone. lr. 3. It. White came up from Cor
nell. Kanmi, to fpend the 4tu with
Miss Nannie Huckeby has been
commissioned a notary public by
Chas. McPheron visited his friend
Geo. A. Huckeby at Moberly, a
day or two last week.
There U a bran new grocery In
town. . C. Ogden in the proprietor.
Se hl ml In thl ue.
Mrs. Alum McKenxta Hereford, of
OdittHa, U vUltlug her RTundpurenU.
Dr. and Mm. II. It. Wlnehelh
The Modern Woodmen of Amer
ica are to have a big log rolling m
this city on the 4th day of August.
Miss Lola Parker, from Yale,
Kansas, spent the fourth with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Park
er. Mis. A. P. Hackett of Nevada,
spent the fourth visiting the family
of Mr. J. J. Heck and other friends
in this city.
C. K. Walters, one of the direc
tors of the asvlum at Nevada attend
ed a meeting of the bo ard in that
W. XV. Parish of Adrian was in
the city Tuesday, looking alter bus
iness matters and looked in on the
Mr. and Mrs. Elsperman, svho
have been visiting thesr sister,
Mrs. Chancellor returned to their
home in Ohio Wednesday.
J. H. Cook of West Plane, was
in the city last week on a short visit
to friends and relatives. He used
to be one of our village blacksmiths.
Kev. C. C. James preached a
sermon suitable to !be iS anni
versary of American independence
at the Walnut St. M. K. church
last Sunday morning.
Mr. Lutlr. V lac hell Urr, of Ijiw.
ton. Okhs.. (ftino lu liwt Friday u
is visit to her parent, Mr. and Mr.
C. '.). W lnehell and other friend, aud
everybody who knows Mr. Orr la
I .er friend".
The firt of a aerten of union m. r
vice to las held for tln next two
month, wn held In tif Walnut St..
M 11. I'liurvh laat Buudiiy evening,
ttev. i:. I". Anderwon. V. 1--. lending.
Nest Sunday evening tins nervlce will
U held In tim Ireh;.-terlan church.
Rev. Phil Stark preaching.
Miss Madge MeKinzie, of Colo
rado Springs, is in the city visiting
her grandparents Dr. nd Mrs. H.
K. Wtnrhell and ctlmr relatives.
Little Madge of a lew years ago
has become quite an interesting
young lady with very ladylike ways
Mrs. Helen Irvln, new Smith.
knllapell, Mlit., who U tnt wvlng
th NVorhPn Fair at St. i'ouU, ami
vlt!it Mutlvea in Ilnte county,
n itde Tmk Trihunr utliiv is iliurnt
t nil Tuesday. Mm. Irvin will vl!t
u I'uitler. UarrUonvllle, mid h r
Mrs. W. T. Pylcs. wif cf Ktr. '
V. T. Pyles formerly parlor cf
tie Walnut St. M. F-. church,:,.,,,
was in the city Tuesday uni -d-nesday
visiting with friends. Fto?n
here she went to Yirjinia, west of
Butler, where she will ipcnJ icv
cral days visiting relatives bdore
returning to tier home at Manor,
j.U f.r n slcr ri
I liHtiiirwitti-nt, Salary.
mid r-j)nli C'J.T'J
t.u -r km. I'.CJKi
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ln i 1. aud n -pulra , f,0
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hi-b. Salary .Vft.iX
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Mi.- i lj;wieo!i n.it-iptu
Water, Liht and Gn iKpartment.
! " old OvnatiKieii
- Coal Nj.r,-)
' " SufplK-' retxiini U.5.
supt. ai.iry.". .'
Telrj.hone rental, fel
: and iiKideuta! l'.TO
: Mii-. ellam-o'.iH receipt
! ivit Jraft
W. li. Lewis Dead.
Hou. W. B. Ix'wls, ixiKtmiVHter at
Kldorado fprlngn, died nnl lnily on
Iune2r.. at hi Iiojik- in fl.at city.
He bail Ix.n atllU-tiil Willi tj'-nrt
trouble for a year or two .at and
while hl dentil waa sudden, it wa
not entirely tnsexjwt 1 to bim or
till friend. We nw him May :i.anl
had a rons-ernatlon with Mm in
which h exprww'd lilmw-lf aeex
IectlnK to go suddenly, but that lie
would go In full Uaracfi, and he did.
Un nna nn active Kclilll.'i.ail. a
1...-.1 ai.tr nf.-iitl.fiil fr!.-nl. ii,.!i:'t i;tf.irwater t
wa enterprtMiii? and public npirit. -l I'Ub.Knidnwr-sj iwlary $
always working for h'.s party. !:! " r,,;i1 -IS
city and the intentn of her i-ople. J " Suppll.-- & repairs 121.s
ij-ci-iptu for can
I " " tar
Prof, ltarrett.a liankruitcy. J !;!,. stoker a ilary.... 1.00
Tho people of Kieh Hill were re.-u-! " ,V"1 100.20
ly nurprWd last week to hear that I ' Supplle & repairs M.CO
IW K M. Barrett ha.l f.ll a it 1-: I'l't for electricity..
tlon In bankruptcy. Tliow who
wem!n;;ly understand the flnancinl i
situation of Fror. ISarrett, pay ttii
wm okiDt the only thing he com! 1
do. It 1 known to only a few that
he ha Inn csrryiou a load of ex
ienwi for a Ions time, possibly a
nnruljer of year, out-ii'l of that of
hi own Immediate family, that hai
(roii"ht him to this nituation. An
apparent duty, to one of hi nature j
arvaldutyand binding iw atbrve-j
fold cord, ha comji-lliHt him to j
prws on, hoping fora fortunate tuni
In financial affairs that never came, j Auu.-t an J 1'ivd Hoeper cvlebrat
until the burden became no longer j cd In Nevada Monday,
bearable. j j. v. I". rron wa borne from the
The w ie provision of a bankrupt 't,K;nt v w,ut a few day last week,
law wna Wa only refuge. ThU I b! lu. w,.!it ,at;k Saturday and cik
only rviease from the burden, or t- ( i,rtHi m ttat cUjr Monday.
Ilel iroill ine pressure oi riaiuuriiig
creditor. The step thu taken will
relieve him under the law of the
land, but hi nature ha and will
suffer for vi'iim. liepnune lie lia in
. ... ......,.,..11 ! We met J. 1 Tliiirinin in t-n
vol veu oilier in ill nan ik lai miia-. - i
The onlv drop of comfort to hl.u 1 1 u"-.v. emlllng anu
.in lii.,. .., ii. ..t t... u,u-rn i B"'"i"d In uch eoo'l plrit, we
himself for oilier and did bU duty 'kinder think be ha changed htpo-j
SAUE YOUR r-IOIIEY
end start a Uzi ettcsst. Ujw? ty trafi-;
$1 JWIS' CS.1 CROCtfiY, wttrc jsar tr;se
I keep one cf the Irjst cd test ass:rti tt;:'s
cf groceries ia the city tzi yo-j cia coit ca try
f rices aa being the l3est. I b iy for CASH iz !
Isr CASH and canr.o! and wi.l set L asJrrsc'L
ICE TEA BLEND-
txskets at 35: f tr p5Ji-
f it cp ia cae f o-.-.J
It ii t'.tizt izt vie tu.
PARAFFINE WAX it tzs l:r -C?
jellies and f reserves, and caa't te ttit fcrl,i;;iry
Try our Country Cured Heats.
Have a fair prospect for a mess of
; ronjsilng cans, a corn is shooting,
The weeds osv shooting about a
j high a the corn.
HAD YOU HEARD
of the new department recently
added at the
"Biggest & Best?'
If net, we'll tell yen. We have ml tp & DPXS5
MAKING DEPARTMENT cn cr.r sec cad vr, ia
the roo33s fcricer'.y ccccpied ty cur C.o.k asd kirt
Departsoents. It is under the supervision cf Miss
Selders, a thoroughly ccrcpetest aaJ experienced
seamstress, who will be glad to figure sith 3 ou 03
Materials Mast Ee Purchased Cf Is.
a be , it.
iKtu-id view i-:ihv laovltig to Kaoiuu;
lU-v. Uto Iilie? anil wife, of Kit h
j II ill, were calling in thl Tk lnity lat
We dou't reiuoiiilH-r of ever melug
And still the rain continue t oiiiauy little black gnat. They
come. It I very nam lor larun r 10 rv . uumeruu aim mico a pt-i ourj
care for the wheat and oat. ,ei;i..ken hunt lndUT to get out of j
For a gnat wonder the Tour!. ,!h ir wa-v- A for ourx-lf, we can't j
WMabeautlluldnvnnduiiumU rof oui i.u me ponn very K.-sg
our jvople went to Butler. Some, t ll,ut ,,ru"u fiS!lt tu',u ilh
howevcr, utayed at home and ('-; A e do liop" that w U n V.tf Iietiio
brated by eating lee cream aud hav- .cral gvt throiigh at SSt. Lou I thl
Ing ri rework for the yoimter at ' we. k an I get wttled tu two nun.
nljjlit. J e whl have moiue i-ttk'd weather.
Al Tourtlllott and non patriot-! o many widow reported on one
Ically Jam-d the earth by tirh-.g . v-' trttt inn certain town north of
eral large Miek of giant iou dt r. j here, may N the cuuwe of a ct-rtain
If You Want a
widower visiting that town o often
Farmer have lnvn working le-
J. t!r1gt attended the Kepubli
ran roll vent loll at I'.lltliT Sat llr.I.I V.
,. 't wivn chow er the pat we-k, trying
win. soHian-i reinrn-i io m .,vp u,.jr .rtt. , ls .,ttQk.;
propH-tlng work at Btltk T 'l'liew lay I ,i rip and beginning to fall, tf It 1
morning. Mloa't clear up oou. they wtlllomj
, S llielr crop. j
Our inallttinn I no roiisi'ii iaK' lie . . . , , , I
. (11,(, ,,f tl tova In thl vlcinltr
doe not dUtritiUt.' weather forv- inTP ineutsl thing up tin- pant few
eat only when the rvport a ila.i l-y celeltrattng at lioine. They j
"Fair." All urt-tty wl KiW plea-e : ma nulacluntl eiinnoii out ol piping i
Sanderson & MUson ilari-are asl fercitsre I
Cocan sac joa Dollars.
Below we came a few cf thz cany art;ci!cs tLit we S
have ia stock, tow it: " K
maUe etmilgU uotne to wis So tlw
itlier at l-iivciiw ortti. K. n . u
lerri tnrn lioiuv wheiv ht will ar
rive the latu r part ot July.
Mr. J. J. Watrea came in yes
terday ltom Uirard. Ka. arid stop
ped ovet long enough to see, irtends
and take breath for fresh start
to the world's fair, lie left last
night for St. Louis and after doing
the bifi show will depart for Apa-
Uchicola, Fla., where be will
spend some time as a seaside so
journer. The TmacNK will fol
low hint each week to keep Inm
posted on local home politics aud
Mrs, Molllo Urlgs, daughter MU
I and frii-nd Mi- Foy, of Oar-;
den City. knti.,vWled at the irl ;
home Friday and Saturday. Tin' j
etlmiMe la. He sser on their way
home from the epillon.
Walter Hes-M cam hone' for t!-Fourth.
Ilevelaud Tilnoii and prvtty Hi'
are v 11 ling wt home. i
Frank Jones and w tlx i-i-ent Mm-
ilav w 1 1 Is rvlatlve In thtj iiiM. .Mr.
Jone dells or is gr-at ileal of goN
at the new haft and 1 about the,
htihlent inau we know of.
Jim Ryan nnd s if. drove out fr.: 1
the- Hill Friday evening In a nlee new
run-about Jitn i a hard wording
j-ouug man and dewrvc all kind ir
(iraudma Richard wa able toj
w alk to her daughter'. Mr. Th
Baxtem, to i-pend the Fourth.
Horn, on July 2, to Mr. and Mr.
Cl n N Interliot torn, a nuegtrl
Mi I.iitie Smith went to Kn.t
t'ity 011 the morning d the li-t.
Mr. nwrus, tln hor arid luute
Puyer w ho lot t !! here a few day,
took f. tioii- aud r muli- to Rich
liiil to hiiip lit In Summit.
.vxeral of the farmer h:irecut
Konte of their s heat with rradk-K,
and oiher are trying t procure
theia to crtlln-r tiirir W tieftt. 1 Ik
abuiid.iiu'i' of rain nvm unpr-
1. 11 ted.
Mr. Frank Johimoti fii-nt the
Fourth at home. Ho .y lie like
to !'.e lu Kan.t City,
5,000 rolls ct wall paper at popular prices. diusr
ent patterns of carpet, rr jir.s Ircca Grange t Wiltsa
and Ssxocy Velvet. Also a ce assottn-tct cf Mo
quette, Supericr i!a!:!a!i and inrua Kuks and Fi ?cr
Matting. (We have soaie 75 patterns cf carpet sam
ples from one to two yard each, that nuKs a rice
cheap rug. price 25c to $t.cxx)
j Mr. llodgeim ret urucd trow Jiprlog-
Mre. IVh.-s lVvk ha rettiruiil from : field tt Ii w day ago.
Hunter. Okla., w here be ba I11 u j Th,. Fourths a is fine day. A
J. 11. March will be at his otTwe
with l'rowcll ik. Cook on Monday
and Tuekday. July II and li to at
tend to making out papeis for any
old soldici who wish to legiiter
by aciit for tt e diawmj; of Rose
bud" agency UnJ in tjouib. DaVota,
vUltliiS her ibiughter, Mr, l.lnie
Spark, and her ton, Stephen l'vk.
and I suiting relative at Shot'.
Mr. Reck report rue crop lak-
large uawluT t4 the Sprague eopk
ssetit to Met 1 to tvK-t'Mte.
The Sprsgue twill team w.i lvteu
t'V the Mcti team ou the 4th. but the
lahoinu and ay the farmer 1 1., j u XM y, n. .thll tll s,,, sw 1kx
aw very luy Xiarvtiug liieir -; 44N the Meta U.j wcrv larger. '1 Iw
nu'ii crop ol wneat mm oat. 1 .. ,t,sj to 11 lu favor of Meti.
They head the gralu mil haul it
straight to tho thnwher. and fi'a
there- to market ssherv It t I I b r
t.V a buhi I. That I what fiv:l
Siiukhlue came scry near hav In.?
"uak.c la her liOvvt." Too t ad.
We thought SunntiUte ssa (iici!
MiiiraiV Moore left oa tUett'
a. ta. train theT-th, l'f Hmv ri t
si-.it at Twiu IUi-, K a.
Midi's, t h.,. M;lt.l and t ha.
R Ii y liiO 4(h in Nesad.s.
Mi, tHnUoti u '.i l'i at-.l la Ruticr.
't hey lu.se H iii k KoakI nu'ploir
riK f iu tUc WiWu luiuc.
Our Spring Stock of CoCarts
We base just received a fcce let c! Cl.an.ter S..!;
that please the ee a:u! f t tie pocket tcck. Our stc .k
cf Dining Tables, b.Je licaid, China CI sets,
Chairs, Keeker, Cuptoards. Kitchen Ctine:, C"L '
fjnicr, liuteaus, I tea I'cJi and Cuttias, is ccxjlete.
All ord'-rs for j icture frames rrcrivs pr:::; t meatiCa.
Our Stock of Cook Stoves u Ranges
have the quality aad phce ttai keep thtai Rios.i,;.
We are agents tor the I;:tri; jv Vi: ,te Fc...? I',;.
This feace is considered cue cf Ihi ttst cn t'.s iu!kct
If you ssset god tin er sheet troa wcii., wc i.-c ia
the market at prices as low as god wctk cja 1 e cLr.a
Oar stock cf shelf and cactii hats. ite aad uccus
ware, sve ami to keep full up, aad it i wu t!.
rr.arkrt tegard'.ess cf cost.
Our Undertaking Department
is kept fjU and complete ta every rcipevt. Or t'u
dertsker is an evpett ia his rde5io.i, Lis ;:at:y
ess experience ir vsr'.cus parts cf the Ciuutrv has
qaa!i:;eJ him K'f a Oeaiutle lat tta! d.ie-acr. l)r .
uuJcrtsktr uu le fjnd at cur it. is Jiy a j
The number cl our jhoua is itj.
C.Mue in and see U. Wf i,t trtst jcu k.uJIy u.l
horora! le aud make uod all ot cur ptonsises.- 'V'.J
Sell g ,'cv ta, t'.ic i.is:a'.'.uicnt plan, ii J.-,.iJ.
Sanderson & Olson
Hardware u Furniture Company.