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BIC1I HILL, MIHHOUKI.THL'UHDAY, OCTOIiKIt IH, IVOQ
Our trimmer having arrived S
we lire able to how to tht is',
S talk of Rich Hill and vicinity si
aoine very iM'niitlful hiitn. ;i
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f LOCAL iiRIEFS.
Prof. S (). King pcnt Suncb
with friends in Nevada.
Miss Loma Griggs return'.'.'
home from her visit to Kansas
City last Thursday.
We have just received a fine
line of Queensware and Glass-
ware. Kirk's Gro. Co. Oil I'm
Rev. King Stark tilled his reg
ular appointment in this city
Sunday, returning to Warrens
We saw Harve Johnson and his
best girl at Butler last Thursday.
They were at the fair and wen? a
pretty fair couple themselves.
August Marouardt likes the
Tribune well enough to continue
reading it for another year.
Marquardt is one of our best
Elmer Simpson, in a scrim
mage with the city police , Hut
lor l .t tj,.i.. : - - .
' ""i '"Ulilj Vl-)liJi(i, (J'Jl!
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shot in the arm but was not seri
E. P. Lampkin, of St. Louis, a
son that tills the scriptural in
junction, "Ho nor thy father and
thy mother," spent Sunday in
this city viting his father, Mr. L.
Rev. Perry Long, the new pas
tor of the M. E. Church, south,
arrived in the city last week and
preached his first sermons to
large and appreciative audiences,
Prof. Arthur Chambers, of
Butler, one of Hates county's
most pngressive school teach
ers, will continue to read the
Tkihcnk right along. He pays
his subscription too.
T. D. R;ftor, of Hebron, Neb.,
formerly one of ll.ites county's
leading citizens, took in the fair i
at Hutler last week- He is look
idling remarkably well as if the re-,
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Iancaster performed an opera-
i now ou .urs. venule .Meyers anu ;
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ivuum-u iuuur irom ner sto-jtue i,vr secing statesmanship; spw 01 me
luach that weighed nearly eight and imbued with the impetuous PRth Up fnm the fn,nt Kte end
pounds. The lady is getting i energy of its young president to j intf a" il dl"?J the quiet and
along well and will soon be about ichamre the dream into h realir. 1 comfort of the old home.
Edward Kearch and wife, with
Mrs. Lizzie Hegnauer, of St. Jos -
eph, who had been rixiting tlie
family of Martin Hegnauer east
of the river, returned to their I
home Uii lljursday. I hey en
joyed their vii.it
farm very much.
down to the
rs. Minuul i ILner, mother
of Mr. Hen Hitler, died at tht
Home 01 lier son 111 tins city last
Saturday morning at the age of
Kl years. The deceased was a
native of Indiana and was the
mot'.ier of ten children, five of
whom survne her. Her husband
has Uvn dead for many years
having been a soldier in the civil
war and d.ed m Hm. Deceased
Wiis a pensioner as his widow,
Her iKHly was taken to her form
er home at Corning, Kansas and
buried beside her soldier bus-
band who she had never forgot -
. Wui. Kivgan, Vice Chancellor
of Osage Ixnlge K. of P.. died
liut baturday at Ins home in lm- j
ama, the result of a hemorrhage
of tho lungs. His wife and one
child survive him. 1 ho funeral j
was preached by Rev. W. H. !
Chancellor of the Presbyterian
ciiurcti Monday aiternnoti. lhe
burial was in Grevnlawn ceuu lo
ry under ceremonies of the Is.lge
pf which ho was ft wurthy nd cf
f ATKIR TO SON',
Letters cf a Missoirl fermtr to
I His Son.
wltten from Eureka (tprtn?,
Ark , Where He la On Ac
count of lllne.
Dear Son: Water is the prin
cipal part of this world of ours,
and a very useful and necessary
part. It comes in mists and executive is read in the house,
rains to bless us withjrains and ilie railroads and their allied in
fruit and trrassos. If u-ltlilwhi ! terests are coins tihjvi(ri
from the globe animal life, then many votes. Add to them the
vegetables perishes, and only the j shrieking, vociferating obstnic
minprsl a dnrt u-nttn KitnaJn.ltionintn and tho PuniTr,
llie great cleanser, it refreshens
and brightens the earth and all j une blessed thing is that Sen
it holds and even betters the at- j ator Warner will be there to
rnosphere. In these ruirired
mountains it breaks out in many
Piaces. Springs are everywhere
In nearly every hillside, from be
neath shelver of rock the tinv
J streams struggle out and scurry
iaway to the valiew T!ie snrini'
are benefiting rti. Tine a tr.
U.taler, water drinking is no hard
ship, and I put away as much as
lean. I wish for a nart of t hp
capacity of our old horse Jim. j iaa' rented the west eighty to a
Don't you remember what a bur- man year after year pro
den it used to be for you to draw duced nothing we should be sad
water to satisfy his thirst? ' '-v lacking in judgment if we oon
That was before we bought the ' t'nued the lease,
windmill. What a rest for tired i DeArmond has had lease too
arms that mill has been! Itpays!!oDS- The district is not profit
to use improved methods. Tliislinby leaLsehold. He is an
is an age of improvements; a applicant for another two years,
time of great undertaking. The ! Judging the future by the past
thing most in my mind just now j ne nly raise a crop of doubts
is the Panama canal, for Major anc fears; of obstructions and
Hart's son Fred is visiting him jf'bjections. So lets help get a
for a few days, and the young '; new tenent Mr. Atkeson as a
man i a civil engineer occupying majority member of congress
a good position under Shouts ; Put the district in line with
and Kli'iimu in llm -m 1) ,.,,rl- fall the irrfHt mmnmimt c in
So, I have learned much at first :
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hand about that great project.
i Since (Wtez !,ked down i
across the slws of the ridedi-:101
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01 vnui 01 ui'n and nations to join !
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vi-T.-jj di J'llVU unll ;
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i k, ui il na.i irii inr I ! r .Til
for the iriant;
nation of the New World, under
(Opposition lie had, for, be it;
knwn, the digging of the mater-
1 1,1 will not be so hard nor
''n ns t'u digging of a wayi
through obstacles placed by jx-li-
ticiuns and transx'tution inter
est. The president had the mi-
pie behind him, and he won.
Young Hart says the cities hae
been cleaned and sewered. That
a camp along the lino is prepar-
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draining the swamps before a
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; L-n,lt.r thestf conditions he d-vs
: not ft.ar th,. ovor!, f diuie
IU is t.ntliuiaMical.uttl.e ork
and lm,ud Ul u. in Vl,rt. that uU,
! aadso nuidl totht, ,(1,mMrcLl im
j ,wtam! llfhis lvURtrv. o WM
M.nt lo Vixi!thw., lo x MW
lIiiK,iiluly and nor fow diiYS
j lwrc whh lU fal,u.r ,vj!, hurrv
j biU.k to t,H ist!amis. qii0 filt,u;r
. is nn)l, j f hUlwu.t Wtf
tWn taIk of t,ur ,H,VS anJ tho
Li - Mysl he iseinious of me,
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i i'l IJ, IIM1 I ISiU nuu I 111'
cam a home staying vcupatio:i.
I remember when the unl
fits! up waled to uie us being a
necessary joshossio!. In the
days of the trouble in Cuba.
when the Oregon was organised
to join the Atlantic squadron
and the American jnxplo eagerly
awaited her pHarancu on oust-
ern waters. Rumors ofaSivuii
ih f!t t lying in wait along the
coast of South America cu.e to
U. Tliee were enxioua days
and I vowvd Ihftt, ftj an LuiulU-
American citizen, 1 would do
what I could to bring abmt the
tutting of the canal.
The canal is to be con structed
under the uiervision of the
President and by the aid and di
rection of congress. We want a
partin this great world work.
Shall we send a congressman
who will help or who will hinder?
We ought not send a man who
will horn-Urss and bellow when
ever a recommendation of th
j Qay kav? to wait.
raise voice and cast vote for every
proper advance the administra
tion projects, but we ought to
send Atkeson from our district
to stand with him. To vote with
Warner on the building of the
i canal, a well as other imnortant
', . '
i t lii n it the near vpar xrill K-irT
to the American congress
I am a farmer and likely to
' reason along farm lines. Ifwp
tional life. He will be an expo-
- ct-- "-m-w... . a na-
nent -i pnjgress; a do something
egress man. llie t.th deserves
i''ntitied with tlve great
movements and it oucht to no
lonr In, nl . Kt,
glad to trade the splendid
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1 Kl moUlan anu valley
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ay iroai our
i-irw?.'.t' f..M ..1: . - a . 1
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(Trout lUte iV. Krronl )
For Jadsre r Ooanty Coart.
J udge John Arm st nng of t!ic
Southern district, whs elected
two years ago and was the unani
mous choice of his district for
Judge Armstrong is native
id Iliinois, but came to Rites
county in the Spring of i"2.
I buying and improving a farm
one and a half miles southwest
of Hume. In Nov. he
bought theTlios. McCoub firm
near Rich IL11, (snid to be one cf
the boat in the ixunty) and took
;ssesion at once and where he
Ho is a farmer, liestok mis
er and shipper and au ail anund
first cla.vs business mau. He is
now fevdmg nearly or. hundred
headefbigf.it cattle which will
go to the market about the time!
the Judge is re -elect eU to his
second term on the County Court
bench. He is more of a business
man than a politician, but his
two yeni pit experience w ill be
of great alue to the incoming
Judge, Harper and DvAruioud.
His family cvmsiata tif A wife jid
for rratMit J ad feu
Ooo. P. Huckeby, candidate
liean ticket was born in Vkrry
county, IndL Miy 7. 1-41.
He graduated at tiie of -n
and served we tixe ;n t;.-? 1-:.
Indiana Cavalry cntlidlv.-rg-I
for disibihty. He wa. adzil::
tn the bar at New Albany, ltd.,
in 10, and came to ll s.n o un
tyinl-rJand fo- a yru:-:.t
RchooL In 10 when Rich li;.!
waa founded he was n t:.e
ground and started the fcr-rt
newspaper in that citv. S !-.
that time he has been P-tcar-r
a couple of times and has h-id
other offices of honor if not pro
fit, and is now proprietor of lint
TiUBCNK vt that city. His !;f
has been an open bok, cp.n
whose pages not a blot can be
loana. lie is a consistent rr.m.
berof the M. H Cliurt-h and a
stalwart Republican and
whose motu is "do ritrht be
cause His right " Hie widows
and orj)hans of Hates c,uaty
:m l.. . . . 1 . . . .
iu w proiecieu in t!;eir rights
when he occupies the t Sice of
,'t'or Ireldlnjr Jmlxe of County
It is generally cenceoiL-.l that
the office of Presiding Judgy i.f
the County Court is one of tV
most important in the county director-,
and certain it is tl.it
the private interests of tiie indi
vidual Uxpaycr demands that he
look carefully into the cjualinca
tions of tins candidate whoui he
aupjwrts for that positi-ni. Tl.e
Republican party recognized t!iis
conditkm, and, by the s- kxtUm
of a business man of rvcogniied
standing as its candidate, invites
careful acrutiny on the part rf
the voter as to his qualifications
and ability to aatisfartonty fill
this Important place.
R. F. Harwr, Republican can
didate r Ires';ding Judge, is in
ewrr tiense a i-!f inado i,.,u,
IVrn in Alliens county, Ohio, ij
111. IL F. w a.s ten years
of age. his father dU d and ho
then assisted in supporting v.is
mother until her second mar
riage. Ttien he made his home
with an undo, who helped l.ie.i t.
a.tuire an education, ami in l--i
went to St. Josep!iv M,... wth
the intention of going to IVs
iVak. He finally concluded t"
vi;t Denver, and accordingly
paid a freighter t.'i for the pnv
ilege of walking, together w:th
his board. While in Col- ru J ),
bedeviled abi'ut one year to
mining and working ou water
improvements. During the en
tire late war, he was a member
of Cotujiany F. First Colorado
Regiment, and sred ia th.ti
state and New Mexico. In i. ;.,
he was mustered out at IVnxcr
and aoon returned t .-iw
Ohio. He was married in tv,
while ou a furloiiL-h r,. ) ,..!.!
Iwime, to MisaOlue Young, a na
tive of Athena county, and after
hi discharge, with his wtfo s-t-t!vd
In Johnson county, t!)i
tiite, but came to Hates county
in the spring of In.-, luring pur
chased land in the fall of W-7.
Hi farm consists of m i-i,
tliat will compare favorably with
any io the t-ounty. His improve
uients, Uitideut a o.t of I,!h,
are among the bet ia the t.'n
hip. llrt nr.d his wif, have
t!u-ve thild ren, Tli.idl.-ui s