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RICH HILL MISSOURI, TIIUF.iDAY, JULY it, 1907.
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f LOCAL BRIKFS. 1
Sunday was a beautiful day,
although rather warm to st.it
about much. '
The addition to the Christian
church is rearing completion,
and will be a splendid improve
ment. A small crowd of Rich Hill
young folks spent Sunday after
noon at the dredge boat near Pap
inville. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mill and
daughter, Miss lona, of Apple
ton City, spent the Fourth of
July in Rich Hill.
Misses Flo Miller and Retta
Forrer departed Friday noon for
Kaos City, on a few days' visit
to relatives and friends.
Frank Wilson, formerly of the
New Home neighborhood but
now of Iowa, is in the city on a
visit to homefolks and old friends.
II. G. Stephens and Tamil',
who have been visiting relatives
in this city, returned to their
home in Kansas City Sunday
Mrs. Jos. Higgins departed for
Colorado Springs Saturday noon
on a trip for 'he benefit of her j
health. She will be gone three
' months or more. !
If your interest is in Rich Hill,
join hands on a Homo Coming
Week for the fall Reason. Have
an old fashioned good time for
one week, at least
Rev. -A. F Ryan and family de
parted Friday noon for Kansas
City. Kans., where they will
make their future home. The
beat wishes of tho Tribune g"
The fourth of July at Rich Hill
this year, was net observed aside
from the carnival which was
here for the week. A large
crowd from Sprague, Hume,
Panama, llutler, Nevada and the
surrounding country was in evi
dence, and there was no disorder
to apeak of. The carnival and
soda fountains did a good busi
ness Will Weeks, of Duller, deputy
county clerk, celebrated the
fourth In grand, old style Thurs
day morning, beginning with the
son-a newly born one. It is
not often that a child is ushered
Into this world mid the scream
of the eagby the roar of the
craker, etc. All are doing well
except Will, whose enthusiasm
atill knows no bounds. Here's
health to the youngster.
Wt CHARCC NO fCC
f j mi cas i n mow
Xj TRADE-HARKS. Etc
?Mf k tkotrti t4 MCrttlM tl(
Ut mil OPINION I .
tt CiiiMre, Ctttl, Btrtk
. ?4!L0 B. STEYEHS & CO,
MTN STNIIT, WASHINQT9H, p. p
DR, G. N. SHARP,
I) HUGO 1ST
And Manufacturer of
Family itemed I e. i i
Have you a cough or are ufferttis
from a cold? If so try lr. ishnrp
tXHKJlI AND LINJ M:MKDY.
It you are troubled with In illation
or itouiacu trouble umt
J' or all palim and achea apply
The teotrd remedies have e tired
then, they will cure you. 1'rj thriu.
Eczema and Pile Lure.
HtKE Knowing whnt It la toiul
ir, I ni kw rurx ok t haiuu:
to any afl'.ieted a poIUv tur f.ir
liruia, Kixlt Itltntiii, V.T) lN-lrt,
l'lle m l Mvlu iMiMiifc'H. ltiMf.nl
jvllt'f. lna't !irter longer, write
Y. VV. Wii.imu. 4 Mnuhnttau
Avesup, hew t,m. j:Jona tuip.
riKE rooD MW
Requires Food Products to Stand
The recent law for the purify
ing of food products now makes
the cheap grades come to the re
quirements or keep off the mar
ket. Quality must now be put
in consideration and for that, if
nothing else, should you go to the
Higgins Candy Store for candy.
Our stock U clean, wholesome
and complete. Just call and see.
County Court Proceedings.
The foreign insurance money,
amounting to $4,022.00, was re
ceived from the State Auditor
and apportioned to the different
towns. The apportionment was
governed by the number of
school children, $0.417 for each
child, and the balance divided
equally among the four funds.
The a pportionment follows:
Adrian, J14I.11; Dutler, $412..'),";
Rich Hill, $491.70; Hume $vU5;
Merwin, $10.24: Amsterdam,
M: Amoret, $09.30; Foster,
$'H40; Rockville, $92.lC; Pauper
fund, $742.5; Salary fund, $042
5: Contingent ind, $042.0"::
and the Bridge f ---d, $042 5'.
A swamp lap 'iteri was. is
sued to David P'.vt'rrls, ussitfnee
of Win. Carter, for some lands in
the drainage district.
Dram shop license granted
Jno. M. Heck, of Rich Hill.
County Treasurer Dell pre
sented warrants on tlx? different
funds, amounting to $29,7rl.47,
W. R. Dell was allowed $141. 37
commission on river drainage
After allowing bills to the
amount of $r3.44, court adjourn
ed to meet again the first week
in August -Dutler Dem.
Bates County Mines.
From the annual report
Slate Mine Inspector R.
Thomas for the year 1903, the
following fucts in regard to the
coal industry in Dates county
are gleaned: Number of mines
in the county, 37, of which 15 are
shafts, 0 slopes, 5 drifts, and 12
strip pits. Thirteen of these 'sentence of court-martial. With
mines are operated by corpora-'out regard to the technical na
tions and are capitalized for $ol,-1 ture of his termination of erv
t.tO. Acres of coal lands in use, j ice, whether "dishonorable" or
4,11"'. Kegs of powder burned j "without honor," appellant has
during the year, 7,4Cf; cost toj failed to show that he was di9
the miners, $ir,Ml 1. Thirty-one j charge! under circumstances
mules are used in the mines, "honorable" w ithin the meaning
The total output of coal for the
year was 17-.2M tons, valued at
mines at $217,:jr'.. During the
year there 'were seven accidents
in tins hiines and no f.tUlitie.
(It might be well to add that
the above stutUtiei apply nearly
entirely to the Rich Hill field.
Although milling in this locality
is not to the extent it oneo was,
there is a vast supply of unmined
coal in this region and especially
e.ist of town.
Rich Hill Loses.
In the game of base bull on the
fourth of July at the Rich Hill
fairgrounds between the Piem
an ton Millers and the Rich Hill
White Sox, the home team lost
out by a score of 1 to 2.
The game was full of errors
aud not as gtnxl as the score
might indicate. A huge crowd
was in attendance. The match
ed boxing match between the
two Chester boys was a drawing
First Presbyterian Church.
Sunday School, U.l a. m.
Preaching ut 11 a. in.
Junior P.ndcuvor, ",A p. m.
Christum Kndeavor, 7 M p. ni.
Prf-sching at MM p. in.
Prajer Meeting nery Thurs
day at MX) p. in.
W. li. CjlA-'-U-Cii, Pitcf,
By the Assistant Secretary of the
Department of tbe Interior.
Division of Pension Deser
tion. Claimint's . crossbill,
wherein she charged the pen
sioner with the same acts. of
cruelty and desertion which she
now alleges as a basis for her
claim to one half of his pension,
having been dismissed for want
of equity by a court of competent
jurisdiction, at the hearins after'
issue joined and proofs submit
ted, she is stopped to question
the decree or retry in tbe Dureau
of Pensions or before this De
partment the same facts upon
which the court based its con
clusion. Marriage Remarriage D i
vorce. The claimant having pro
cured a decree of divorce, affirm
ing the fact and the validity of
her marriagta to Joseph Duzby,
subsequent to that to the soldier,
she is estopped from setting up
claim as soldier's widow so long
as such decree remains judicially
Line of Duty Origin Insan
ity. The claimant became insane
while in service, within a few
rrv'" f.er enlistment, and
v "aiyed on a surireon's
.' .U insanity resulted
ay.!!y vihi'. 'r-e. mere js no
eviuJ jt he suffered from
sunstroke or heat prostration
while in service.
It is held that the claimant's
insanity as not incident to his
military service in the line of
duty, but was evidently due to
causes operating prior 1 3 his en
listment. ServiceHonorable Di charge.
Soldier's company was mus
tered out of service at a time
when he was undergoing con
finement in pursuance of sen
tence of court martial. About
six weeks later he was released
from imprisonment, and sent
"from" Port Pickens. There is
no evidence of a format discharge
and the War Department holds
that he was dishonorably dis-
operation" of the
of the act of June 27, 1?A and
h is, therefore, without title un
der said act.
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T. lOV1. MO.
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We will givw you tin Tt.iAM:
and tho New IdoA mugaiiuo otiti
j'wir for f 1. 00,
Uaivtrsity of Missouri Complttei
lledical Ccumln St.-Louis,
-'information from Columbia is
to the t-fTect that the final ar
rangements are practically com
pleted, whereby the last two
years of the work of the Missouri
State Medical College will be
f rn r a ff. a C T..: T.,
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cm ifiaos oeinsr auccesrii . t hp'
est and best supported Medical
College in Missouri. Tbeassim -
nation of the Barnes' Medical
College Hospital by the Univer-,
sity, and the association of this
plant with that -at Columbia,;
make possible the giving of the!
last half of the Medical Course
in SL Louis, where the clinical
ficiiities are greatest, and the
first half in Columbia, where
there are all the advantages of a
great University in a small town.
The new arrangement, decided
upon Saturday morning, is the
result of the acceptance by thej
Hr,ard r.f VrU,ra r f the. Rr..
cus i'ut:r el ur. I'incitney t rencn
T'd his associates of Barnes'
r, , , ,. ,
Medical CoLege and Centinarv
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uosp.iai. inus me Ltiversity
cf Missouri acquires as a gift
these institutions, estimated to
- "" - " c'5"
;on ine new arrangement wiil
not go into effect until Septem-';
ber, l'.O". The labaratory years, j
Freshman and Sophomore, will;
continue to be taught as hereto-!
fore in Columbia, no change at
all lipinf rnsfl.i in fhesa r.
ai oeing maac in tnese years,
nor wili the maintenance of Par -
ker Memorial Hospital in Colum-!
bia be affected. From being the
versity, the Medical College, asa;)j(tfuer.,iri? lrisniacaut.
result of this
movement, js ap-;
parently to become in a short!
time the first College of Medicine '
west of the Mississippi River.
Wldte'n cream Vert'a'.fui-. the grent : U'TU ux wwk-ttU!l, fl;"'fR j park, or other land used f-r pub
worm ta,.dleiue. Why not krvi. that ; V-v "ur !ri" Tl,,.h co'.orel port-raj,; pcrwjse. or
mile on bHlij 'u fitce. If you Veep
tlil medicine on hand, you w ill nev.
itk anythini; ele but umile Ca
h! fa-e. Mr. , l'.lackwell.Okbi
"My baby wm peevltdi auil n-tfai. j
'ould not eat and I ffa inl h-
would die. I used n Im t ( !
White' Creaiu Vermifuge and
hn not had n kk dav eltnr. ,
German Ev. Lutheran Church. !
ounaay-scnooi at ;.,v.) a. m. s
Preaching at W. '.O a. ui. I
Thome: "How Fares the Chris j
tian Who C.ik-s With Ch-it." !
Knglish preaching at -lp. m. ;
Theme: 'Tlie Scriptui.. D-c-i
trine of ConveiMun. "
KverybiKly is ct.rdially initca;!i
to attend these services. !;
Cmt. Di-NciK, Pastor, 'ti
Cecil Clieveiton, who accom
panied the Hume I.O. G. T. bar.d
to Fulton. Kan
on the fourth, 5
did not have a very c nj ya'tU o
time. He t:ited that th band'o
boys wero badly tuaUvl bv the o
loui!j ot toe town ana su!:er
ed the loss f a gd horn in the
runaway of their team,
which : o
had boon liberated. Thev
probably think twice or thxtjo
times before g.ing back a-tin. ; S
Claude McQuitty and Miss'g
Hilda Schult. of this city, w-ro j
granted a marriage license at jo
Dutler last w tvk. ANo Herman j o
IMr.non and Alice Smiley, of Rich a
Hill; and Fa d Graham, . f this
tity, a;iJ Jo;e Fugu:i,
. ! O
C f O
nprague, w-rv giair.ca i.eiiNc.-i o
N. I. ltel'.t'U has DnUixl hii
fn,;!v f,-..i i?;.t, it ii -;,.i
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uueiuif to imam i.ere pci m
neutly. Mr. lldum tun a c.u-S
ringe, pointing ani trim-.iii: g ' o
And Sugar Coated Pii:s to Tatte,
CLew or L'.gtiU
When yea M i:k Lsockinjr.doa't
The Carnival La gone nc j o
lot of ui'twy.
Whn two ci ffU'&J fa'l out.
jT.Ti.t. rt . 1 , - . v -. !
u-:irt!tt ; aa T
hox to betoro ea - Us -
juh - ,!.
CU,u.! on yoor trow c-.bt eaoi-?
a -bralai-tonu- Eruh awsy
cloo' aa 1 l-. t tbe un th!D.
It tafci-s a l!s iratUerin? to at
what conctitut- hnrnaiiitr and bow !
tK-ar maa U to the ar tribe. ;
If women propoi-l an4 maa !U -
pod. could yoa Iznayla what tie
divorce court would expo.
If ri-j enjoy th- band f-onrt. io
1 . ' ' '"" - '
i know max im muic la upl'Wittw.
Ioi60DfHi Ivy i-lav havoc w;th a
' i- , . ..
girl gooJ looks but there a a coa-
isolation that it t
I 'VVhen you hear a person try to
' tear down religion. J it -t it down
that he i uj(t d.titute of mch
prtneipk' aud pity hint.
Wbenyou see a pirl who i after
nearly every lellow he er, juct co-
; an her aam Un t iMjiDeijow.s minors to Brnoke the3 c,
! time on the divorce docket. I..
his premises is guilty cf a mis
! I demeanor, and ran h nsr-.u
Th.-r u a difft-rer.ee between bar.
T'?'1 ? Vm
U4 Ihrt 1 . j k r.f iiiir.ir r
Wl.::,. ,.,any ioj-le r.i'.l about chil-!
drvn b.ivin f. many ;.rivii,--f .
we n't.iuU re:'K-t:i!-r iiue wou'Jj
nt in.jw how t i ue ti.-ir libertr if .
; it h.l ftlw ay b--n d-.-niM them.
The bo.v nnd g!ri were oa retail
t l.-iji !m,-ii rv-nt-rt.-.l a firwi rt.!
Everybody wa out f .'r a oJ time
i an i iirom; xiicui ni'i more man
t heir share-
A tx rt.iiti. vve-t young lady of the
t 1'iil prvatiy nirprim.il her
t'rii-iiU ly ukiu l? J'n H'rlui; j -j
ronton. werB.o-. to eat. a, he j Sidaty Fer,joa Del
I Ui'-puiH-d tli f wj touti. tau'ul-i
iliMhhe nupiHl the character of! Sidney B. Ferguses., Svn of
te rooti-r had o:uet!iinz to do Mr. and Mr. C H Ferguson, o?
' lib the me.it.
'Tn Ut optimit and jns.iu;it
The lilfr-reiice i droH.
Th, i't!ui!t f thr be.!hnut.
The -imlt. the hole. Ev
tty n;iu a h..id. x k.,-n cor-l-iTule
Mx-ur.ty U va&tiv
The .-r..l -;ly lu.W !v
ni.iu l.ii' v tri:u t witt,
t 1 I, !..;. l.t!lm.;
tr hi- ui n ,.r A tl.V.e
l- I tit lltt-v t . . t , ly ,?Si.Iiu(,hI
lit (tt'.v even, rw.ivety la
di i;oiy , u:..rrtn i
llivaase it it ivat, r ta
hiet.v. tnrrni.i.ii; jir-f.-r
- rjKrn ttN-f m n I v. !i 1 j. Ktl
hw their rMiip, and,
ye.i r.j iirr mtrvty-
!-.U 4 tl V kin I. ln'! vhiU
h ii't J Ihhi-I ,. uf ,rtt
it enttiit;.y In H trl t
1u.-.ikm U n-utcti-.l
to t-irtiU:,.,; arv U i.l.
Of New VU
ti' ink ... r.
Ue Insurant? Mjs,
RICH HILL. MO,
Tta Eett of Eadts Are Bad Vhea
Ptoj.lt Keott It.
at B'fct t:t:re ffr.i.
Jot -! la tL raors.:.
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; i c.
, joha i..mBJ!a, n oa ,roa
tKn" Kl looy I'1V.. j-rvr srt1 t tie
u.j-ra Vng Virjf. iv '
, y.'T k:
; A aot trosb rs. bit tlr u
bock. If I nXor. tjr lVc3;t- J to
jaal tbcre woss!4 b abirr'.tjljns
1 ny err. Tb ot Laa' Kilcy
! I'i-I rnnord tb? wbo trn:iS.
ji do Dot cow rirJr bt k!J&ey
U-t with ta bow aiid I civ tb
Clt for till to boon's Kt!?r v:.
I OT ty a3 tirr. I'rV Ul
Koter-ifilbara Co.. B.ralo.
w Vort; ti.'.t f rtLUs.:t-l
Inif :nbtr tle ti&e Ioa' &r.i
taie do otber.
Xew Cigarette Law.
Boys under 1- years of se
cannot puff cigarettes ca the
streets after July 1. There's a
law against giving cigarettes to a
minor. It provides that anyon
who famishes cigarettes or al-
Aorncm nsw an1 i Va w . -I
' by a ceof $o) fortherst of
fense and 1C0 for the 'second.
11a maw. ' V. T " 1
i thirty days. One sectic-a of the
law is devoted to the cigarette
cocaDr ot the 4"rah rah"
ct'. It says: "Every person
under the age of l and any
rr.ir.or nar.il r.f mr -i.-
demy, college or university, who
shall smoke or use cigarvtte on
.any public road, at ret-1. alley or
plice of business or atnusmett.
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor,
and punished for each offense by
a fine of not tuore thaa $10. No
komis Free Press Gazette,
jthc Sprague r.elghborl.ood. died,
at the family home Wednesday
j Dcve-so4 wju foru.er'y ia the
;c:upy iJ Cowlca- M
' Men CVv but went wet tv i
' iruv hi health. Hie trip fi.K-xJ
;V benv&t hi:a so he returned
IU w.ts al about years.
lud WU U f Irt-ll. L-ntW'n.L
g I respcvUxl by all wiW knew him.
g Tlo faceral tvl place FriJiy
g.Uiirning and ijitercicut w&
o , txdd ia Gixvn I awa cvtewrt-ery.
o ' ,
U out tl cted r. Vu C t Wl ft
tt bad buitkt att-1 p t u; w tci
t.vle lu jmr iihiuiu.
oiiM-tttttMi tt lltcui;at yijr hv,r,
Jvit try Heel 4 tie, tUe lver i ul.i,.
A i-x-UUe ure ke tVii.tttnti.io,
ltifnt,t aud alt llwr eoiuj.uiiatt.
Mr. K . Vl. Worthy Tn.w. wrtirtt:
"H l lt-rl.tce hi ty frint!jp
,r yeir. Wur.U en-l rxfeewr
hat 1 thluk tcbout tt livery 1h!v
In my h u urv hapy nd t-'
1 o Jt to lierbl'ie." S.-U
I'jr t'.n-rt Itrtu Store-
Walaut Street M. . Chx-vfu
SuiuUy Svh..l t'J.lii. uk
Juukr I-agMt c i ii v in.
F.pworth IM.-mt ?a jv n
Prayer wu vu Thur-uiy
. ewiiikg at h.CO.
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