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RICH HILL MISSOURI, THUHSDAY, JUJE 27, 1907.
COARO Cr TRADE V.LtTING
k r ivy nuiis
T 1tniT t T. f V t J 5.
Old Members Make an Efftrt to
mer members of the old board of
trade at Secy. Jno. D. Moore's
office was postponed till the next
evening, waen it was uetwt-u w
t 1 11 j
Y-frcrn'7A and take some action
toward making Rich Hill & better
Although only a few of the old
members were present, there
was plenty of interest manifested
and Kevoral (food suggestions and
plans were made which may ter
minate into something beneficial.
In the discussion of local en
terprises was mentioned the ad
vantage of a custom mill for the
farmers of the country around
here or any others, for that mat
ter. Such an enterprise would
be patronized owing to the great
demand. Also the establishment
of a handle factory was mention
ed as it would find a ready mar
ket here for its products, and to
start the brick factory for mak
ing brick and tile was proposed.
The drainage ditch will create a
demand for tile that will be a big
item in our resources. Tue re
pairing of the east bottom road
was also sugeested, although the
state appropriation for our pub
lic roads will probably remedy
this matter. Other things for
the betterment of the town were
proposed, and although nothing
definite could be decided on, the
re-organization of the old board
oems possible. The suggestion
along this lino to increase the
membership is a good one to use
for the betterment of the board
by hating some associate mem
bers who can belong without be
A committee, composed of Geo.
Temploton, Lu Gench and Jno.
D. Moore, was appointed to meet
with a committee from the IJooh
ter's Club, or Commercial Club.as
the case may be, and pursue a
definite course in the way of en
terprises. The outcome of the
meeting might be the consolida
tion of the two organizations for
it will take united effort on the
part of all to bring results. The
business men and others see the
necessity of a league of this kind
and it is hoped an agreement can
be readied to bring these bodies
Hit board decided to meet
again Wednesday night, July
8rd., when the committee can re
port and other matters attended
to that will aid the town's better
ment Ball Team Wlai, 3-1.
The Kich Hill White Sox went
to Ft. Scott Sunday, where a
match game of ball was played
with the Athletics. The game
was close and exciting, neither
sido scoring till the eighth inn
ing. Then Kich Hill took a load
and managed to get two Bcore s
to her credit, while the Athleticf .
only bagged one.
A few enthusiastic fans aecoru
p&nied the team and all were
happy as the result of the victory.
A Happy Mother
will that her lhy It yiropt-rly
curtvl for to do th!a a (rood purgn.
tlie M nvciMitry, Hun; bablv suf
tf r from wonin nod tUWr mother
don't I now It If your bby U fever
ish ami don't ak-rpat lights. It U
troubled with worm. YYblt?'
Cream Vertulfuire will ch-nn out thw
worms la a mild, pWnsant way.
Once tried, always urd. Dire It a
trial. I'rlea SB cents Sol J by Oira
MUse Mary Fry, Kato Put
nam, Ucsaio Alms and Iaahcl
Ashley w ere at llutler the latter
i t cf hht week, taking the ex-tr.l'i'.'.-ra.
Two Children Died at Result
Eating Poisonous Candy.
The St. Louis Republic gave an
account recently of two children
dying recently as a result of eat
ing some colored candy contain
ing poisonous ingredients. Thisjlast Friday and Saturday, and
shows the necessity of pure and
wholesome candy, such as will
stand inspection under the Pure
Food Law and is on sale at all
times at the Higgins Candy Store
on Park Avenue.
To Give New Bond.
In the circuit court last week,
Judge B. G. Thurman required
W. F. Tygard to give a new bond
as trustee for the Falor heirs.
The petition filed by the heirs
alleged that Mr. Tygard was in
solvent, also two of the men who
signed the $5,000 bond given by
him. Mr. Tygard 's testimony
showed that he had mle regular
annual settlements as provided
and the property in Ids hands
was in good condition. When
questioned as to what property!
he had, Mr. Tygard stated that
outside of his stock in. the Rich
Hill Dank, of which he was the
president, he had practically very
little. C. C. McGinnis, one of
the surities on the bond, testified
that he held good notes to the
amount of $40,000, and ras in
debted to about the amount' of
$23,000. Edward Crabb, s mother
surety, testified that ho owned
real estate and personal pi xperty
valued at $39,240 and was indebt
ed to the amount of $23,0 50. The
court was of the oniniom that
bondsmen sureties were n olvent,
tut felt that their indebb jdness
was very large and that M r. Ty
gard could give a new Yxrai . with-
out irouoie, so ordered tnat a
new bond be given in t k sum
double the amount of p roperty
In his hands as trustee tor the
three heirs. Mr.Tygan t was in
hirucwu 10 nie ine new bend on
July 22. Metz Times.
Took First Mom .-y.
The Keeling Art St u dio, tT Ne
vada, took first prize, in , the pho
tographic contest at Excelsior
Springs last week.
The competition xrx open to
the photographers of tho state,
and SO points out nfjOwci'e nec
essary to win. The work- was
graded entirely jt, merit and
the Keeling s Ctdio won the- Told
medal, and second riaca
Perhaps. lr,e crC4jjt Ior the
work properly belongs to Mr.
Keeling who formerly was Mi
Mattita Clay'um, of thiscit. and
a moor! to Mrs. S. 11. Cole. She
was employed by the H. .
IUr.t!i tudo for home time and
wan f ar beyond the ordinary pho-
togr apher iu retouch work. We
re pleased to note the well mer
ed honor and offer congratula
With this issue, the Knnsas
City Sa atliern Ry., resumes ad
vertisirjr, says the Stotesbury
Tribur.o, When the new law
went i nto force January lt, com
lellin g them to pay cash for ad
vert! ting, they quit the country
pai j-s. But after six months
witl iout Advertising, they sec it
ia v orth all it cost and are now
ad - srti.Mngon a cash bash. If it
Iys the railroads, it aurtly will
Pay others. ,
F larl McMannus, of ToImi, Ind.
Ty ., arrived Monday morning on
isit to home folks. Ho has
KO ol plaoe in a barber khop in
li ila and weotus to li Uo the
pi aoc m!y ha can't WJ
f; v,m cM Missouri vt ry i : at a
The Rich Hill Floral Society Hare
The. Rich Hill Floral Society of
the M. 11 Church, south, had a
very successful flower carnival
at the Krieger-Klumpp building
over were ciearea ine
program was very good, although
several numbers failed to show
The flowers were beautiful,
being mostly home grown, and
much care and preparation bad
been taken to make the best
showing. Tlie following awards
were made by the judge, J. R.
Best general display of plants,
Mrs. Sam! McMullen. 1st; Mrs.
J. II. Rupard, 2d.
Best general display of hy
drangeas, Mrs. Jno. Garrison,
1st; Mrs. Joe Kirk, 2d.
Best general display of ferns,
Mrs. Sam'l McMullen.
Best general display of roses,
Miss Alma Ashby.
Best boquet of sweet peas,
M "8. Joe Kirk.
Best collection of sweet peas,
Miss Zetta Walters.
Best fuchia, Mrs. Rupard.
Best boquet of pansies, Miss
Best collection begonias, Mrs.
Best collection of coleu s, M rs.
Best begonia, Mrs. Joe Heck.
Best collection of geraniums,
Miss Geatrude Marsh.
Best asparagns plumosas,
Mrs. B. Kirk and Mrs. Steuck.
Best boquet carnations, Mrs.
Best rose. Miss Myrtle Short.
liest Oleander. Mrs. Herman
The Cassvilie, Mo., Re-Union.
Tlie fend recollections of this
very pleasant reunion, to those
who have attended before,
will cause them to return again
on Aug. 13, 14, 15 and 16, 1W7.
Tlie splendid grounds, half sur
rounded by water, with a fine
natural spring within the
grounds, with a line grove of for
est trees for a shade, make it an
ideal place for such occasions.
One of the best bands in the
southwest will be employed.
Prominent sjeakers will be m
cured. Those desiring privi
leges should address. The IVivl
lege Committor, Cassvilie, Mo.
J. M. Giumes, President.
W. 11 McKinney, Sec'y.
Guy Cook came wp Saturday
night from Io'.a, Kans.,on a short
viit to relatives and friends. He
has a kxk! position at that place
and will hereafter make Iolahis
home. Guy will got along any
pWa ho goes, and here's good
Mrs. Fred Schulu, who re
intly moved toJoplinw ith her
iestaurant and confectionery,
hfcs returned and starteu up
ai.ain at the old stand on East
ln.rk Ave. She decided loch
1UU was better than she thought
II you receive a tvpy of this
pai;r, take the hint and aub
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THC CHiLPrtErS f AVORifl TChtC,
C'tirdnon Llnlmeat Co
T. I. V.' 1 o Mtt.
Many Rich Hill Readers Have
Heard It and Profited Thereby.
"Good Newa trareU lAat."and the
tbouiifuiJ of tad b'wk ufJerera In
Rich HiJl aro gni to Vara that
prompt irlirf.Ia wlthlu tb'-ir rrach.
Many a lame, weak and tu-hing
b.-u-k ! bad do more, thank to
Doan'a KIJdcj ThouaDda
are telling the pood n?w of tbrfr
experience with tbe Old Quaker Ue
tnedy. Here la aa example worth
John J. Terry, painter, living on
W'ashlDRton HC, HarrlHonviiie, Mo.,
eays: "My occupation I bar on
tbe back and kidneys. I waa so bad
with it I could lift nothing aod
acute twing? of pain would catch
rue In the email of tbe back. Tltere
were paina alio In tbe back of ruy
neck and head, and occasionally
dlxzy pel la. There was a continual
wearlnei and I did cot ret well at
night. The kidneys were Inactive,
tbe aecretiona frequent, and accom
panied with aouie pain. I found It
Iropoitfitble to shake oil the trouble
until I got a box of Doan'a Kidney
Pill. A single box waa quite suffi
cient to free me from It. Since then,
I Lave felt aa If I could not ay too
much for Ifoan'e Kidney Pllla."
For sole by all dwUers. Price 50
cents. Foster-MIIburn Co., Buffalo,
New York; aole agent for the United
Iteniemoer tbe name Doan'a and
take no other.
Another Boquet (?).
Mr. Frank Koontz, the jolly
grocery drummer, waa in town
yesterday, squaring himself with i
our merchants. KoonU is a ven
triloquist, and stirs up consider-
able trouble at times with his'
powers. He recently made quite
a reputation for himself as a
"show actor" in "Mrs. Temple's
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Telegram.' A paper at Nevada,
where he appeared last wck,
said Of him: "The event Of the
evening was the mammoth boquet
presented to popular Frank
Koontz, who is not only a second j
Sol Smith Russell, but a capital'
fellow and a traveling grocery''011 P!'') will probably wet tbe J
salesman with many friends and
no enemies, because Frank al-
ways speaks the truth of the
can pronounce. And
it is. Hume Tde-
Of Course It's Easy.
It is easy enough to get rich, if
you want to badly enough, con
fides the Dom.x-rat Messer.ger.
... , ,., , . . .
Work like fury MXtwa hours
day at least, run back and forth
to your meals, hurry your wife
into hysterics if she d.nsn't have
every meal ready just when you
get there; sleep as little as you
can and live; Krasp every dollar
in fciht and di for isoae that
.... , - ,
you think are covered pmch
your iMK-ket txok, shrn.l your
soul and overwork
and vou will mako monov. You
will bo rich when you are old, if
A Package for Sam.
Tlie Hume Telephone, in con
Rratu'atinK Sam llarr on hlspru
mutivtn to secrctary-trt-asurer
and pxnt ral manager of tlie lxv
pie's Elevator Co., says: "Time
was wlion tm attended ti.e;
Hume schools and worked on the !
st'etion dariiii; vacation to tide
hi iu over. He was a member of j
the Good Templar Ll,:i, and
kept himself clean and u:ade
friends. It pays to keep avber
and be honest."
Walnut Street M. E. Church.
Preaihirg at this church tstch
Sunday at 11 a. m. r.dA) p, m.
Sunday Sclerl at t 45 a. m.
Juuior IMguo at p. m.
Ep worth Ls'ague at 7 p. ia.
Prayer u.eetiug on TaarsCiiy
evvnir.g at t.V.
Tliopubhc are cordially ir.iv
ed ta attend.
A. i: KYAV.FiJUr,
And Sujar Ccatel VVA ta Tat,
Chew cr Eif eiL
iinoUriyn It U eaV-T to fail ta keve
than to fail out.
IIct youric If. If you watt to
be respected by other.
Uoort for a hoizp? eottlas wk for
Rich HU1. Dnry the hararar.
Tbe happiet part of lore taakla?
U the mtraory that lire ulu-rward. 1
j Miss Ln Barker, er e tf P2.7
A girl can not I beautL'al "wfti insrle's sweetest yc-rz lidles.
;lt bat abe needn't 11
One great eaune of iBtemperaaoe la
tbe habit of treating. Very lew ever
boy their first drink.
No finer example of devotion la
. M . 1. . I . . . -
iuuuu iujls mi momerc lore; u j
never ccacget or cie.
One can not tea anything about
the pretty glrU of a town by tbe
number gadding the rteet.
Trade at home and tbe money will j
circulate around among yoar frtea Je!
and perhaps cotae back to too. " 1
Don't be honest for policy's eake:
be honest with yourself and others
because It la right and your doty.
All true young men and womm
kep their appointmeni. but It I
' up. 1f M IabIk nrtbn f!inA itm mfriri
Some people get into such a habit
- of exaggerating that they acto&By
i kow hn lbeT an" teUiD3
Th4t lof!uenw cA a tX orvt
young men U rartly overetiwated.
It U the silent efft-ct that ruak him
j traoe P aa1 lr to l oethlng.
Kl.h Hill's mammoth auditorium
, """"" f"''
icoiiK down with a dull, sk'kenicg
ItUatK.orescu-ecrfrvligion that!they VOQld tave to di Dor9
1 iJtu Uliere wbea ttn-y imagine
that they are right aud all other
ere wrong. It'a the heart religion
A young m.in tbut b Iwn away
to school rvuiar.-d that tbe Rkh
Hill girl were gvttiog pretty. Why
-Toor aI-,br ,a
this town sweeter, prattler, JV.lWr.
etc. lhao .By ,.Ue ruttd. Heju.t
ovvrbxAeJ H In the past.
There Are Few.
people wh kuow how to take rare
of tiM-tiiM-We th tuajonty do not.
The :i r ts a rnot Important organ
ia the Iwhly. Iferl'Iue Ut krrp It ta
condition. V. t". hlmpkio. Alt.
I rODUIii.'Il. 1. V.
1 have uie.l IKr-
d Fe r aud find It
the lt BK.iKIe I eter ul. 1
t would not t without It.
It Is as
j ' " wr
IS n IwTtil Ht & iuiutiig 1 w. a
Is Boe for l-aurtj pe.'
era Drug Store.
fcold by Up-
Firt FreibyttriAn Church.
Sunday School, U:13 a. m.
Prcachir.tf at 11 a. ta.
Junker EaJoaror, GOO p. m.
Chritin Endeavor, TxV p. m.
Pivscli'uig at p. m.
Prayer Mtviintf ffory Thurs
day at MX p. ci.
W. H. CiiANOiUx-'K, ls:or.
a bo w u rly a tunnort of th pat.
KrtlUrd'a Snow t.!;i;cu-ut Is tli I km
lit r.u! tent t4 tl twvutwth ceutury,
A p'it! cur I t Iltic-um Atliu,
Furs. tu. i-i rahi N.-t.r!!. etv.
Mr. O. H. lUiu.Tv.u. MatsU rry, Mo.,
ntf: "I te und Saow I.Uil
uieut lor Kl-vULi.iiUukaud all pthi.
I t'sa't r riumh la tt pruiao."
So'.d by lb tivr i'rvg Store.
Tb t:-rx LiiUii oa h-r cli It
Was bU!'..pt-d ip a cUi. l,
ViT ti-r coir j U li.ti lit-nt I Is lraa
Yv U a-.y, it a t! l.r.x.
visitor at BiUir.
Mi&sea Grace Erg-els an I Fn.z
ces Reeves were at liz'r Fri
day. Mrs. Ccfnza Is vls-Irs
frierdj ia Ossawctine, Kikzs.
this we k.
Hay TTatsoa wij a t-.-z't
Essday pesscrer fir irerada C2
& Tiiut to frier is.
waj in towa shcrt :rg Friday.
Mrs. Al lUliltzl izi ti.r-c
children of Flzruxs Cty are Lers
on a vl4:t to f rkrrdi az.i rt'-ves-
Joe Graces, tie S-nz-ie sr.
dealer, waa in town Frl is.y ar i
departed for Bstler en tLe trr.n
Mrs.ELsIe Strkklard ar.i Mls
Mary Pears-on depart i I :r II -bolt.
Kuis. Friday r'xa en a few
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here risitirs Mr. ari Mrs. C. L.
Phjfer and other mends.
W. R. VanVoorhis arrived Sit
nrday from Excelsior Springs,
Mo,, where he attended the pho
tcgraphers' state convention.
Caas. Fortune is now the night
operator at the Ma Pac depot.
Chas. h&s been working at Pana
ma the past month or so and we
are pleased to ncta of bis pro
motion. IL Reinhelmer had a coup e of
telephone poles removed from
the Commercial State Back cor
nel where the telephone junction
used to be stationed. It helps
Lots of traEc on the Mo. Pac.
Hallway cow since
the S cent
It will ia-
eci iU t:-ec5
l itS a lit' a.A
cr4Je wua Ul"d a
cars to their trains.
Marajrcr Will Stt ne of the Bat-ler-Iiich
U.U Telephone Co. pall
the Tribune social call Friday
afternoon. He stated that the
work on the systeat was pro
gressing favorably and the south
cable would soon b up. In
short time, ho expects every
thing to be in n runnsr.g crder.
Eev. W. C. Martin, father cf
Mayor J, K. Martin cf this city,
preached a splendid sermon at
the Walnut St. M. II Church
Sunday evnin:, t a the sul jcvt
of 'Tne Mluitry f Years
Apx" IIo showed the condition
a they exit.-l then and now,
and ix'ir.ted out warty thing
that might be reir-edied. Ho is
aa eLujuent speaker aad fie, old
The case cf DacU'Is vs, Lrr.t ve
was bncght up in the Circ-ii
Cmrt Friday, at Huthr. Tl a
-ase grew cut cf an eifilr cv.ir
llameEjvar cr sc i
gargcf unknown men tiled tj
string Daniels cp and mke-hk-.i
confess to somcthlr.g. Tl:1.' t:i
however, was dismissed.. Qitd
a number cf witnesses from thd
country west cf here west t)
llutler FriJay toon.
Jo5e Flanjtnacir. Geriv- Ttu:
r'etia, Arthur Cheverton a:: I
Will Ftraiv-a arrived h-ur..
Saturday to spend their su.:r..er
vacation. T.:ey l no t-:i at
tending tl.e University cf Mii-
souri at Ci-lambia and hiie j a-r
rt turned frvta tho 2s,':.-?.-wr.
EsjMsUhn, whiih : y tl.iuk i
tv:ig!.ty Sn, -iv y uul
exhil-IU Many 1 U,.o caJ. t u- i
a liUlo aca.-.vii h'-n tl.-j si. ,
ta the U: U r, Ut ll .y v-,-ru a.".
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