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UIC1I HILL, MIHHOUUl.THV aaOAT, MAUC11 1,1003
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KATtMlDAY. MAKCIi 3.
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WANT V D Utlirht, lu.n;l
youn nun from Kirh Hill to pte
par lor paying position in Ciovrrn
nirnt Mail s'rvicr, ilox Our, Ce
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Subscribe for Tin: Tkjihni;.
(Juido Jaeger emit factor, spent
Sunday with his family in this
'Fi-l !nrniq 1 rb. o, I.1
Notice lit lu n liy plven. That l?t tern
tctaiii4'iit nry upon tin' ewtati' of
Wnrrvii l.ittltfltM iIiic-ium!, have
Imvii grunted to the tinih-riiK-r. hy
tin- ItalcH County Probate Court, in
Itntin ( 'ounty. " Mixsi iiiri, ln'nrl:i;j
date tin- Mil day of lVhni-iry. l'-i.
All iktmciih having claim ;ii!it
wilil . Htnt.- an- n-inl.v.j to .-xi.ii.it close student of the bible having
thom to,ncforll..wn,,wiU,iu.,nt.;midtho j fa
yiir from tin wit of vavi hi trs, or ;
tliry niiiv ! pn-elii'l'il fr.ni mi
W-iieflt of mu ll tat-; ami tf ouhl '
claims Ik' not -xhlMtc! within two
ycurw from tlx claU' of the jmlilii a
tlon of thin notice. t!nv will In- for
Maki.ukt i.s I.i r II. I TIM n.
U. . A.
DR. G. N. SHARP,
Ami Maiiiift.ctiirrr t.
KMinlly ICrinr.li.i : ;
Have you n roiili or it re uli.riii..
from a col, I? If mi try tr sii:u
oftiil ami MM; i:i:mi:dv.
If oii fin- troutilc.l w iili iii,ii:-tl.iii
nr t-irufu li troiiMo uc
For nil p.-chiH ulil in In uppl.v
Tlicno tcitti'i h'iii,',!i,' li;ic i nn1
hern, t In .v 1 111 cure mi 'I'm iIh ih
And nil nttnl troiiHc tii-.ii,.l l-v n
W'W Itllil Wollilrl (ill imtlioil. I'll, eurvtl
piTuiaiirntly er iiiniifv niin,!i-,
Iilwaxe of Woiui'i). Wo uro h! well
i't(iiippis to tfoat lIlMMM I, of U Olll, II.
Many w lio Inn t tuiiti ri'il for vvmii mini
liy lloliio treatuiriit. Wrlto for qn, il,in
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CASCUOU MIDltlM CO.,
Rich Hill. V.o.
Uulinit Mrert l. IM'liureh
Freaihing at this church c.u-h
Sunday at 11 a. m. ihkIT,:'.1' p. m
by the pastor.
Sunday School at !" a. m.
Junior league nt p. m.
Fpworth In'ague at 0 :;' p. r.i
Prayer meeting on Tluirsuay
The public are cordi.illy invit
ed to attend.
li. 11. Tl.MI'l.l.lUN, Pastor.
A house and 1'
Close in. At u barg
(J 1.0. 1'. HlVK) liV.
,iin. c.ul i a
Capt. J. C. Martin.
funeral of Capt. Jas. C.
Martin looit place Sunday after
noon at the Itaptist Church.
The sermon was preached by
Kev. J. M. Clark, a comrade of
the confederate service. Frmn
the sermon we learned that Capt were present at the funeral.
Martin was a native of Alabama, thurch was filled to jver
being born in that state (si years : Cowing plainly showing the high
ago, that he became a member of !efetem. iD which the deceased
the Baptist Church flfty-three ! wa 5n thi community
years ago or when a boy but 15 where he lived years ago. The
years of aire. That he was a t1? was laid to rest in Green-
nines in ins nie. I nai lie mar
Kentucky lady in his
younger days whose funeral the
speaker had preached in this city
several years ago. That soon,
after his marriage he came toi
When the Civil war
broke out Capt. Martin enlisted,
as a matter of course, in the Con-
federate service in Co. "C."of division of untold wealth in IIol
jthe N'isouri regiment to which land, for the very good and suSi-
ne attacneu lumself. Nasinthe cieni reawjn tliat tliere is
tight at Lone Jack and other none to divide. Our minister to
places always acquitting himself Holland has issued a special bul
as a man of courage should do in letin cn the subject of the "Met2
his service of four years and six ger Millions," and this is another
months. Capt. Martin was a of those estates that do not exist;
toacherin the public schools of
Widi Hill for many years and
here he formed the acquaintance a Baron Mrvzger, he lent no mo
of his second wife who was also ney to the King of Holland, and
a popular teacher in our schools the jrovernment of Holland has
and subsequently he married the
th. ii Miss Kita Kithcart now his
widow. While livintr in this citv
he became county n-eorder first
l.v s.,-,intin..nt nn.l thon v.v
and then by
e!.- tion. and from the recorders
othiv btHiiine a bunker at Mer
win and from there he removed
to Oklahoma- here he died. De
fore his death he made all arrang-lin-p.ts
f..r his funeral und at his
request three Confederate and
ihret? Federal soldiers were to
!' his pall bearers, walking side
by side by his coffin "thus typi
fying t he cos.it ion of hostilities
and the reunion of discordant
forc's." The pall bearers were
Capl.Thos. O Nvil, 8. C. IVttis
and Jos. Stover, of tho confeder
ate, and H. Conpr, J. W. Snider
and F. P. Smith of the federal
service The preacher spke of
lh warm iwrsoual i.t txilimi'nt
ix-twivu him and tin d'easi'd
jandthe worth and merit of his
character nd hi lne.st atorling
lc!u istian character. We do not
reineinlx'r the text of scripture
the preacher used but the mi b-
During that Irving period
v l icit Hi'inrn so iiftcn butler
i:v'.n lurv ouMU-.-s, backache,
uk headache, jr other pains,
tin re is luithing that can tvpial
Dr. Mile Anti-rain Pills.
They stop the pains, soothe the
nerv e. and p vc to
the relief so much desired. If
t.ikeu mi tirt indication of
p. on or misery, they will allay
the irritable condition of the
nerves, and save ou furthfr
t'.::Ui i:v. These w ho xitc them
M regular intervals hive ceas
ed to dread thc.-ic periods. They
euiitaiii no harmful drugs, ar?J
leave no cfiict upon the heart
or stomach if taken as directed.
Tiny pive prompt relief.
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Id del McJical Co EUart. Izl
ject hit discourse was the life
and character of Capt. Jas. C.
Martin as viewed by a life long
friend and christian brother.
Capt. Martin left surviving, his
widow and four children. The
widow and two smaller children
lawn 'cemetery. Not in sheet
nor in shroud w(? wound him
ui t, i ii i ? i
LaJ i,n B",u'ci ""'"s
11,4 rest' with his martial cloak
There Are Xo MMtger Millions
Another bubble has been
pricked and the lurid dreams of
the' Metzger "heirs" is rudely
shattered. Tliere will be no
"tlitv are myths, will- o'-the-1
wiss fakes." If there ever was
not detxisited a vast sum in thei
"Dank of Holland" with which to
siuare up the ancient accounts
Wltn ,1irs 01 t!ui lamented
Dutchman. Kansas City Jour
Th Duty of Today.
"The uaiKjt is the pride of the
American; the proper use of it is
a sacred duty. The American
who does not care to vote on elec
tion day deserves disfranchise
ment or exile; the American who
boasts of his political indolence
proclaims his shame. We must
stigmatize as a most serious jer
il of Democracy the not infre
quent mdiiTerence toward the
jolitical life of the country mani
fested by respectable well mean
ing and educated citizens. Tliere
are the men who often eschew
politics, while the selrish and the
reckless, men who have private
ends to serve and cart? but little
what becomes of the country,
will never be absent from caucus
or voting booth. If there are
corrupt municipal administra
tions, ignorant and venal legisla
tures, is not the fact largely due
to this, that so many of ourciti
tens, otherwise capable and hon
est men, rind no time, have no in
clination, for the polit icd nuniii
tion or the public service?
"SiMH'ially worthy of the M
tention of the loyal citizen are
the caucus and the primary. P
means of the caucus and i f the
primary a few men are often
able to impost their illuiona!
whole party. These wirepull
ers' and 'slate makers' take the
plnce of the people, and frustrate
popular suffrage. " Archbishop
New Iteviiue Collwtor.
Andy Nay lor, one of App'.etn
City's lnst known cititens and
representative Iiepubliean work
ers, will after March 1st, sue
cixh! Judge Clark Wix, i f Pates
county, ns iK'puty Internal llev
enue Colhvtor for tho Pifth lb
vision of Missouri. Judg Wisj
has tendered his resignation loi
take e'.Tect March 1st.
The appointment carries wllhj
it u p-k1 salary and Mr Naylorj
is ivuh.i y fitted to tlisi barge,
its duties in a manner highly sat-
isf.ictory to the department and
credit able to Itiinxvlf. App'eten
Kead the Tvjlxssk. $1.00.
sul u the rx." t) wi.-r?. Our
U-tf'ho&e 1 No. Z
Geo. E. Login, cf "Ne-.adi, it
tended charch ia Eicb Hill Lis
J. H. ViV.sor?, cf Dacforta, Mo
sp.'nt Sunday with his family in
Mrs. Cora Jamison, a sweet
singer in the Christian church
choir, was a caller at the TtlZiCS E
olKce last Saturday.
Mrs. Jas. A. Brcwn is at hoxe
ag-din from Danforth, Mo., wnere
Mr. Iirown is engaged in the
Tlie Vernon County courthouse
at Nevada was sol I last week to
to M. IL Cox fvr 401, that being
the highest bid for It. He has
forty days to remove it in.
Lawyers Templeton & ILv!?s
are still busy as nailers attend
ing to court business at every
county seat along the Lexington
and Southern branch of the Mo.
Mr. Linton, the cast sid? livery
stable man, had a big auction last
Saturday afternoon and is said to
have sold off a,j th persiaal pro-
I?rty he had, with a view to re
moving back to Kansas.
J. G. Kae called at theTr.lECNE
' oce lt Saturday, and in that
honest Scotch way for which all
Scotland is celeb rated, planned
down the cash for another years
subscription to the Tkibcxil.
We hsve ote a lot of Hank
t!i.'a it," O:! and Gas
-"arm irac. Ooh of Ol'ice, State
nrnts cf tleciio'i rxprnvc that t
t!I to iiioe nrnl,i.g ait, -w
s, ce t:c sjoorn any h:-re.
Tlie Presbyterian Church
folks will hold gospel song evan
gelistic services lxg:nr.ir.g Mch.
P.li at T:o0 each evening except
Saturday. Tliere may be ser
vices for the young people also
each afternoon at
Walter Vail, one of the young
men who is a crvuit to the city,
visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
II. Vail two or threv days last
w-k, returning to h
railway mail clerk
i l fit . : r s , 4- i
..... . m i mJ;C.j V " r
Good health depends mostly upon
tli'v food vc eat.
Wc can't be healthy if vc take atum
or other poison daily in our food.
Dr. Price's Baking Powder !3 abso.
Intel y free from alum. It h mad- f:or.i
pure cream of tartar and addi to th
hcahhfulness of die food.
ric Bio P-.'i:x Cj.'
THE OLD HEINLE
i i i t 3 ; i if j t
Tho grcalssl cf
a perfect zzz&:z
Hiss f hs nz:l cr:r
Subscribe for TueTe:sc"U.
Miss Ethel Kirk Sucdsy
with Butler friends.
J. W. VanDyke asd fariilly livc
returned to Rich Hill t- make
this city theie future and tn-a-nent
We hive a fll !Ut of cut fo
Horse. Stock or Sale Bills. bea
you wer.t anything of tie kind call
at the Tkidvxe o;Tl;e.
Mrs. W. C Stonebraker wrr.t
to flemmirg, Kas., Ust Situr
day to visit her daughter. Mrs.
Joo. Cow an.
Mrs. John T.
J. Larson w ere
a; the TiciHt-Ni:
coco i r.e diy
A letter from .V. 0. Scott
us he has removed firm Foster,
Mo., to Morrison. Okla., a.r;d ho
wants the TliiUfNt se::t to tho
new add res fur which he re
news in advance.
The Salmon banl; cotter has
Uyii taken charg' of the United
States bankruptcy court. Our
Henry county uoighbors will
now find out the tl.fTervncv
twivn the I'nit.il States curt
and the State o.urt.
t . w m , .
i- vi.i r thir tw $ol 1 Jt
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