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title: 'The Rich Hill tribune. (Rich Hill, Mo.) 1903-1911, July 12, 1906, Image 4',
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WMIS I!. ill Kl llV.
Kditors (iti'l l'lil'llslii'iK.
SuliHtTipHoti pri('( $ I.(iO pel jciir.
Kntirvtl nt tin1 Kirli Mill po-t
(ltn.v iin hi-cnnil elusi in.it tor.
J. V. wniri:.
Railroad and Warehouse Com.
i:. w. Ki.i:T(ii:.
Congressional, 6th Dist.
W. O. ATKKHON.
Senatorial, 16th Dist.
J. . OYKKRY.
H AS. 1
w. ai. i.vi.i:.
JOHN 1). Muoi;r..
Eor l'rosoeutitifr Attorney
P. II. linLooMi;.
For County Clerk
It. V. BARTON.
J. W. KOBUITT.
For Probate Julirf
i;i;o. P. lll'CKKP.Y.
J. T. WHINNKKY.
For County Aumesnor
T. B. HoWLINU.
For l'utilie Administrator
I.. B. ALLISON.
For Coroner .
B. W. WILSON.
Presiding Judge County Cuurt
K. F. HAKPKIi.
Judge Northern IitrU-t
W. II. li:Al:.Mo.M.
Judge Southern Ii.-trki
J NO. AllMSTKOMi.
A surplusof sjt"i,(KKi,(HX) is very
gratifying to a "stand patter.''
It is easier to build the Manama
canal with a surplus than with a
There is a general complaint
all over the country that munic
ipal governments have abused
the powers they have, and yet
there is a large number of poo
pie who insist on giving them
more power to abuse and vote
The Democrats, by just such
games as tho disfranchising of
the old soldiers, h ive In Id the
,3umM,i..im"un m ur o ..-p i
for the past forty years. Judge
. , s i i. .,...,..,... i
Evans certainly I. new that lie
was wrong in rendering the de
cision he did, and if he didn't he
Certainly knows it now . Repub
Geo. 15. Ellis, Secretary of the
State Hoard of Agriculture, com
piiments the Tini.CNi: with a
copy of the Hoard's ,;-th Annual
Koport. It is full of informa
tion for the oi n grower, soil re
storer, !ie .stock- breeder .Mid
dairy man, besides statistics
showing Missouri's production
in agriculture for the year l'do.".
It is a very interesting report.
Two remarkable speeches were
delivered an tho fourth of July
by two remarkable men. One
by President Moosevelt at Oyster
Hay, the other by W.-J. l'ryan in
Ijondon, England. Every Amer
ican citizen should lead them
both. From tlie loaders of the
two great political parties of the
count ry, each of t hem show forth
the hope and aspiration of not
only the nation they represent,
but the Ai:gio -s (.von l uce to
St. Joseph think she has
yanked t n lid t!T, hut l!ov. Folk
is just yank enough to sou that
it, I'iK'k en. We nre not ono
of tho (Mivcnmr's partisans but
we bi'Iiovo In- is honest and in
earnest and we Kiry in his pluck.
Hepurt of Secretary of State.
Secretary of Slate ,Tno. E.
Swangor reports having received
and paid into the State Treasury
taxes and fees for the month of
June, 1'dOO, as follows:
Notarial commissions 5? (UK) 00
Domestic corpor. tax 10,240 (V
I. . i
Land department fees
Manic inspection fees
71 a or
Chairman Evans wants to get
up a proper and suggestive em
blem to be worn by the Demo
crats as a campaign badge for
the ensuing campaign.
The baking powder can in u
miniature form to be pinned on
the lapel of the coat, has been
suggested, also a gum shoe to be
worn as a stick pin.
How would a red nose suit?
The red nose would be sugges
tive of the headlight of the rail
roads that have charge of the
party machinery of the State.
In Tliis Itace Suicide.
County Clerk Ilerrell has fin
ished casting up the school enu
meration for the county, as re
turned to him by the district
clerks. The results are not such
as we would like to record, as
the figures denote a loss over
l'.Kja of ;X" school children- The
records show that there have
been an average decrease of 15
a year since 1H'.!7, notwithstand
ing the fact the oouuty has in
creased in population since that
date- This year's enumeration
shows the following results by
School enum., 1 ',.", - :4:
I oss - : :i:
Losses and gains by township;
Loys: Mingo 1, Spruce H,
Deepwater .", Hudson 1, llock
ville 27, Mrarie 11, Mleasant Gap
.'.! Deer Crock 2:5, Mound Id, Mt.
Mleasant l., IxneOak 1(, Osage
27, New Home ll, Charlotte 1,
Homer 17, Walnut 7'l, Howard !',
Gain: Summit 21, Shawnee 27,
Grand Kivor a, West Point ull,
Will some one figure out just
how and why this is, and how
loi;g it will bo, at the prcHt-nt av
erage yearly decrease, before
Mal -. will be H childless county?
ThU is what Koosesolt would cull
,.;.,. Macule with a vengeuece.
J n the above it ill le noticed
that the loss in Osage township
is 27. When the enumeration
the school children was taken a
short time ago in the JJich Hill
districts which is two miles wide
and hix mill's long, the increase
of last year was noted as 111,
hence, it seems that the country
districts of the township have
lost I-!"1 children of hchiml Hge
during the past y ear. What has
become of those children? And
is there a proportionate falling
odof the voting population? If
there is a proportionate falling
o'Jin'the vote of tin; township
w hat w ill be its effect on our Pom
ocratie brethren next November.
Those who are raining rlaah
nd KtroriKth Ly rttfuUr treat
nhoul.l rontlnua tha treatment
In tu.t wiMttmri airialler ili.u
and a littlu ool tmlH wit h It wtil
fcw.y Willi t,v HlHutlKill
wliW.li In atl m lit t to f.O ty nro
ciui la tluriria tho healail
i.4 l"i l'-t iif.l,.
Moll A ,i Hv Ml, I l.,-. l,.
"V- ''' .'- Voik.
t i.ww All
The committee that had In
charge, tho Fourth of July cele
bration have paid nil tho bills and
deserve grout credit for success
fully' managing the financial part
of the days enjoyment. They
can show n clean bill and faithful
service. Wo are informed that
each of the three churches
whose representatives had
stands on the grounds mode
quite snug amounts for their
Crop reports a few week ago
were almost Anything but en
couraging over the entire state
and the rural population could
not be credited with very high
s p i r its. However, conditions
have changed, and very rapidly,
too. Kecent rains and warm
nights have given the corn and
other grain crops the stimulus
they so much needed and mea
dows and pastnres, etc., are coin
ing out well. From very dis
couraging, reports on crops
have changed to very encourag
ing, and business men over the
entire state say that the effect is
readily noticed in their trade.
TttEASUlCY MAKES GAINS
Secretary Shaw Find Surplus
Instead of a Deficit at the
End of Fiscal Year,
Secretary of the Treasury
Shaw issued the following state
ment regarding the treasury
surplus at the close of the fiscal
year ending June :0:
''In making comparisons be
tween this and the previous fiscal
year the following facts must be
taken into account. The deficit
last year was $24,OtK0OO in round
number. This included (.iXKV
WW extnioi-rfjniiry expenses on
the Panama anu. 'J'Jy? actual
deficit on ordinary expense
therefore, in mund numbers,
$1,000,IKH), This year the sur
plus is $2ri,(M,ooo, and in addi
tion, there has been jwid oil th
Manama canal $1,000,0H0. The
actual excess of revenue over or
dinary' expenses is, therefore,
"The difference between FI,
.'.00,000 excess and $l,00O,0O0
deficit on ordinary expenses is,
therefore, Cd,r00,0 0 0. The
treasury, or ordinary expenses,
is stH.a'oo.OOi) better otf at the
close of the tWai jr,jr than at
the close of the risen! of
THE CEMTKAL COMMITTEE.
A Warm Meeting Katurtlay and
the Ketimii Upened Up.
The call for a coinmittee meet
ing w;u honored by a goodly
number of the old members of
the Ifc'mocratic Central Coinmit
tee, although some were absent.
One of iJie Hutlcr editors ap
peared v,th a carefully fricaseed
resolution, a whole tray of bon
boas fir Mr. Peeler, assuring
hi ui that the county was pros
perous, the ring dodighbvd aiid
the Democratic party v,v,s qut of
order, Uu.hnic,;ijly ,d.i.sf;;;uclvsed:
according tu the nlnl oots coud
not go lehind the returns. Hut
severul of the more thoughtful
members pinted to the Novem
ber handwriting on the wall and
they decided to "take ihe lid o!l"
and look into the catch, then
was surely a tartar somewhere
in the net, something rotten in
Denmark, the' choice of the par
ty, sentiment of the iooplo had
been grossly perverted.
After a wrangle, cracking of
lxne, the committee decided to
meet Monday and ojh ii and r
count the ballots and see if they
could discover the "nigger in the
The committee did not look ut
uny other office but that of hher
itT and they counted Angle in In
good shape, leaving Johnson mid
Peeler high and dry, wrecked
ships on tho hhores of time and
eternity. The unexpected has
happened and there U hwearlng
all oerthe kingdom of Mute.
Kiih Hill is quite iv summer
home for actors now. There is
the family of Prof. Chamberlain,
the family of Win. Mekhcr, tho
family of "Doe" Wright, the fam
ily of "Mob" Sacra and several
actors without families all good
clever people as one meets any
We are glad to note that the
new city marshal shows a dispo
sition to enforce the curfew ordi
nance. Let the law be enforced
or repeal it. Public sentiment
can be expressed in resolutions
adopted nt a public meeting, but
when this sentiment is crystal
ized into law it becomes an ex
pression of public opinion that
the people want observed and
obeyed. To see that this is done
we elect officers and expect them
to do their duty. When they do
this duty the people should ap
prove and they usually do ap
Clinton business men have in
augurated a monthly sale day,
which has proven so successful
in other towns. The Democrat
says: Every month on a fixed
day, an auction day will be had ih
under public auspices. F-ichife reat Stock Reduction Sale
of st-K'k to
merchant is expected to stimu
late public interest by
a valuable article out
be auctioned off. In addition to
this the public generally is in
vited to bring articles for sale.
Such a sale will be of special ben
efit to farmers who can bring
their horses, cattle, hogs, farm
ing implements, vehicles, furni- ,
ture, in fact anything they wish ',
to be sold, and be sure to find a
big crow d and many buy ers, for
the sale will be well advertised
loth in newspapers ; r.d by hand
bills. The only expense w ill be
a small auctioneer's fee.
Mo. Iuc. Special Exctirolons.
I 'iiijauvj 'V 'ott. KiniM.i
ul.r 12 to if, i)ij.'.;"f iiinl ou.'-tliiiil
fur round trio. rvi(ii July -'. i
('liVUtauijUi at ioja, Kruis.. .)id,vj
I) to one (art' unj oui'-ttiinl Jf r f
roil mi trip, jjood ri-tyrn July 2rd.
wti I Shoftliotu- udiau
tlou, tii'kt'tt on hale July I,' to
final limit .tuj,'. ?i.ll to W or
land. M'yu., mid rt'tijrii.
i'lttliiir Cliautaiiipiii ' iiil,l r
at l'ittnhiir. Kaiirt , July S to 14,
with final n tuni limit July M, ?2.1
lor rouiiil trip.
SainniiT tourUt rati-M Meiivor, Col- ;
orado Spring" and I'ik-Mo, flvM
tor round trip. Pate of nalc Juni'lj
SVyt. ro. final limit Oct. 81.
Summer tourlxt raica c-'t. bout'.
ftS.V) tor round trip. Ticket on
ale July 1 to Sept. 50, final limit
Siimnu'r tourUt rates to C!ilcae4
111., f2'i.7,'i rotnel trip; tlckctx on .ilc
July 1 to S pt , filial limit Oi-t. "I.
rikm IVuk (V uti-nulal ( Vli-t-rn t Ion
IhMiviT, Colitrado Spring it n i
I'lli t'lo, Colo., tl. ki'tH oil hillr Sept
P t' 22 lin lii-ivo. film) limit Oct. J-
tH.m for M iml trip.
SllMilTH Mild S.lilnlM Kl-llllfill A. !
Moclatlon nt I "it I it in rr. Kiiih , lick.
i'Ihii'I mlii All;'. . to II, tlii.il linill!
A ok:. I"'. t2 :!H round trip."
Ki'pulill.an Stnti JiKllilal Coiivrii-
tlon at JclfiTHoii ily, Mi... Hi !o t
on Male July 2-'i iiu-l 2l, I'nuil limii to
return lulr ;), .1() round trip.
IS. I". t. KlkH nt 1 leaver, Colo .
for rouiiil trip; ticki-tn on Hale
July 10 to 10, linal limit Au-.
Train No. 201. July II, will have- a
lis'ivr for till point. Any one iii
alrliiK upace In tliU kli-ccr tuny ob
tain It ly culllnif on UKi'lit. Sleeper
will be H 1MJ t-itra.
Sam Low k, Ajfcut.
Frmco Time Table.
Iu 'fliK t NoveinU r Pi, 1'hCi.
1 1 A I N M lill'Alil,
No. 141, raxm-li-r l:'.!d p. 111.
No. Fd. Mixed 4 IMI p. in.
TKtlSH AIO:l K.
No. Ill, PaxwiujiT n. Ml p. 111.
No. 1.V1. Mixed ! () 11. 111.
No. Ill eoiiiHH t at I'lviiMaiitiiit
with day tritiim iiorlli and Huiitli.
No. I.i4 toniifetH at PiiMMiintmi
with butt train for 'I'l-Xiiit umlOk
lalioiim polntK, 11 1 ul lor Miiuplilrt
itlid Wie Koutlii-iikt; itlco Willi lorn)
(iiuwiitft-r tor KuiiHiiN City, nrrlviiiK
at Kuuiiii Htjr ID :!0 p. m.
J. U, CuNovr.K. Aut.
We have quite lot of blank
Affidavit, Oil and 'VHr,
Ftm lcre. Oiih ot Ollkc, Sinli-
iiinili id election expeme l!nt
will el! to thoe lierilin same, at
I'jw catt t KIJPcn ny wlme.
"Close out every dollar's worth of Spring and Summer
goods, every piece of muslin underwear and every pair of Ox
fords immediately, irrespective of cost or loss" is our instruc
tion to the salespeople in every department. The consequence
is the Greatest Bargain Giving Carnival in the history of Kich
Hill retailing, now in progress here. Every department is
Brimful of Bargain Surprises; the items quoted in our large
circulars arc tut examples of hundreds cf others, equally mer
itorious, that will greet you at every turn when you enter our
doors. Remember every piece or yaid of goods offered in this
sale is strictly seasonable, this year's dependable merchandise,
guaranteed up to the highest standard of excelleice and will
give you as much satif faction as though you jaid regular
price. Attend this sale a r.d receive the benefit of thfe mard-
ffA CirlniT Anriirluii ll inc Tot r : ni tVi u-K.ltf a! lV.Ia
fi ing to keep it i
I d;ate buying, b
U month, now is
ing to keep it up; we'll save
but come this v. ec-k noi r.xt week lor next
s the time. Bcgininj; Monday morning, Tuly i6,
and ending Saturday, July 21, M 10 p. n;.
SEE LARGE CIRCULAR FOR PARTICULARS.
S. B. COLE,
Manufacturers Agency for
Farm Implements, Wagons, Bucgie?, Harness, Cream
Sepcr-itors, Gasoline Engine:, .1-i-ld Seed and Fruits.
Repairs for all makes
;v. have iicic in stock th.)
fairs. Also rf,ai..J fv
pjders solicited, which
f ... ,77 T. -." .
, Vt A irri'-i iu. in niKiut thhm
iftK I lit III .
t 1 1 I 1 1 VJ I T ' .-""lilll
VhU aAPA, ; .t rA-i AX4
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HOME Vi5ITOfi;, CXCURSIONG
mom lL cifit Of
miSSOUIIS PAPIST I RAILWAY.
etGIi:ATLY Itl '.lit CI ! UATES LAST,j
IMilANA, WLSTLliN OHIO, LOUISVILLE, KV.,
AND INTtdVtOIAI K POINTS. . . . .
ALS3 MrtUHiLlE, tQK3, 1'U VX.J .0 OrtlKJSRD. IT,
SeptemLer 6U1, 13tli, 2QIU, 27th and Cutcber 11tfi. Return llm.t, 30 d.iys.
DON'T Mlq THI3 CHANCE
To U1 th ld hunt r.J
fon rftHricuLAft. iauiitc 01
Our Clubbing Rates.
The Kick IMI Tnl line and U.iiiy tili.!c Dtiuocuit
The Tnl'ioie and St. I.oui Daily Kepiil he
The Tiil'une hiu! Daily Kuih.n Ci:y Joiiiiial
The Tld'iine .out Daily K. C Stiir mill Tnui'i
The Tribune etui Tvv icc-'a wet k Oiube Deiiioci at
The 1 illume mid Th ice-n-i 1 U lie public
The Ttibiine and Weekly IC. C Joiiiu.d
The Tiibnne mid Wti'vlv K. C Sl.ir
The l iilniiie and Toledo I i i .id e
The 1 1 iliuuu mid F111111 .S. Fiieide
I he Tid'une mid Rtv. Itl II'iAi' W-nd tin. I Weik
li t) Tiibui.c Hiid Woiiuin Home Cuinji.oiiuii
The Tidune and my it. no uiintd.h-.e in the S.
GOING MERRILY, andwe're go
you much money on yoi,- imme-
ery not handled by
C"!'A!-"i ION MOW BR ar.d
iha BBCXBYE and MIL-
wi'l le .'died with dispaUh.
RICH HILL, MO.
ac jour friends of olttr dy.
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