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RICH HILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2j, 1507.
f LOCAL MIEFS. I
II. P. James and family Sun
dayed at Butler.
t. t. licaty was an arnva,
from Duller Friday noon.
L. F. Robinson and little daugh
ter were visitors at Butler Sat
Sam Barr of Butler was down
Sunday, mingling with the
Ileber Hudelson arrived from
Kansas City Friday noon, on a
visit to old friends.
Misses Francis Guthrie and
Amelia Forrer were passengers
for Butler Friday noon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Depcw and
daughter, Miss Tone of Sprague,
were in town Thursday.
ir. j as. Lowacr nas moved
bis family from the Shobo neigh
borhood to the north part of
Mrs. II. R Medley arrived
Thursday night from Kansas
City, on a visit to Mr. and Mrs
Bagby, of the East End.
Mr. and Mrs. Watt Dawson
and little daughter, who have
been here visiting the past day
or so, departed for their home at
Butler Saturday noon.
Another fairly good sized
crowd attended the band concert
Friday night. Although it may
not be true, the crowd does not
seem to appreciate the music
like they should.
The county press is unanimous
In its desiring a new county in
nrmary. unfortunates are
something that are always with
us, and many times it is not nec
essarily any fault of thoirs. A
good home for such people would
bring them happiness in old age.
It matters not whether we are
divided by creeds, policies or
prejudices, it is a common cause.
Build a substantial infirmary
and the blessing will be two-fold.
- Cecil Cheverton was at the
Amsterdam picnic last Thurs
day with the Hume I. O. G. T.
Band. He ssys he had a fine
time and witnessed a good wrest
ling match between Gotch, of
Missouri and a Kansas champion.
The Missouri man won. Ho is a
brother to the versatile editor of
the Amsterdam Enterprise and
it looks as if ho could be em
ployed to advantage by taking
charge of the scrappers who
want to whip country editors.
Svcn schools, thorough,
practical and up-to-dat.
'.' Position! guaranteed to
graduate! of the book
kteping and thorthand
court. If interested.wrlte
for illustrated catalog.
School optns Sept. and.
EfBj. J. Parker,
DR, G. N. SHARP,
And Manufacturer of
Family Kecuedle. 1 1
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or stomach troubla us
For all pain and ache apply
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tr, I will Kirn Jr" KF.K OK CHAH(iK
to any afliu-tl a piwlUve ture for
I rwuit, rflt , Ithfum. Frylx'U,
11Ihi and Mitu lMarn. luntant
r!lr. ln't uni-r Ktftirer, writ
y. W. WiMttMit, 4 XI klanhattaa
Ars, ? ls.rk. kt?l5M iitup.
Defendants Held Over to fttxt
Term of Circuit Court
The preliminary hearing of the
Daniels case, which has caused
so much comment lately, was
brought to a close Friday after
noon, the defendants, Curtis
Leneve and Lewis Phillips, be
ing bound over to the Circuit
The case originated with
blackmailing letter written
about two years ago to an old,
wealthy farmer named R. A.
Robinson, of the Sprague neigh
borhood, demanding a few hun
dred dollars to be placed in a se
cluded spot. Death would re
sult in the failure of the plan.
Instead of complying with the
demand, Mr. Robinson let the
matter drop. A few friends
thought they knew the miscre
ant and volunteered to string up
a Mr. Daniels and make him con
fess. This was done and Dan
iels denied all knowledge of the
The trial, however, was
brought against Leneve and
Phillips for being instigators in
the hanging. It was first taken
to Butler but thrown out of
court owing to a technicality of
aw and the preliminary bearing'
was given here Thursday and
riday of last week,
Quite a number of witnesses
were subpoenaed and much in
tercst seemed manifested in the
proceedings altho' it is generally
believed it will be thrown out of
court in Butler.
Last Wednesday noon, Percy
Lne ana Anna Connell, both
well known young people of this
city, sprung a surprise on their
friends by going to Butler and
The groom is an enterprising
an energetic telegraph operator,
having recently been promoted
to isorae other point on the Mo.
cilia He is deserving and
faithful to his trust.
The bride is the beautiful
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Newt
Connell, of the East Side. She
s an excellent milliner and has
been In the employ of Miss Alice
Loch and the Loeb Bros.' store
for a number of years.
It is not known where they in-
tnd making their future home.
The Tribune congratulates and
wlrhca the Lanes of their lives
bo conducive to health and happi
ness. Young Miscreant! at Work.
The local telephone workshop
was looted about a week ago by
some smaii oors ana nuite a
number of dry cell batteries
stolen. A hand cenerator and
ow other things were included.
The boys were caught with the
tolen property in their jkipscs-
aion. It was returned and ow-
ng to their youth, they will not
be prosecuted and their names
not mentioned. The young mis
t-cants will probably learn a
esson from this that will not
soon be forgotten.
Keep tb Work Up!
Hie Cemetery Association is
coming fine with their work. A
force of men have been employed
at the cemetery, mowing the
grass and cleaning up generally.
About 120 members already bo
long and the canvas has not yet
been completed. Hie charter
will arrive soon and everything
be ready for a fine organisation.
Everybody boost the association!
It's a good thing and something
in which all are more or loss in
teretlod. Gd will surtly b '.its
T Start Monday, Sept. 9, With
The city schools will not bctfin
with the first Monday in Sep
tember this year on account of
Labor Day and to give a week
The arrangement of teachers
Is somewhat changed. Prof.
Leedy will have the East school
and Prof. VanBenthuaen will be
principal of the West building.
He will also teach a few high
In the resignation of Miss Su
san Ilaswell, the English teach
er, the vacancy was filled with
Miss Julia Flammang, who, it is
thought will gire satisfaction.
She had a grade. class to teach
which has not as yet been filled
by a substitute.
The subjects in the JJlgh
School, of history, the sciences
and some mathematics will go to
Prof. Smith. Miss Flammang
will teach German and English.
The teachers will have the class
es divided so as to hare an ex
tra teacher over the library all
the time. Of course, some
change will probably be made
yet but all bids fair to have a
fine term of school the ensuing
year. A good enrollment is ex
pected and the demand for grad
uates has caused many to start
to school before the chance slip
ped past Our schools are a
necessity and it behooves every
taxpayer to praise the work that
has been done in the past as an
evidence of their appreciation
Sunday Right Blaze.
The fire alarm was turned in
Sunday night about I0.K) o'clock
for the blazo at. Jesse- MUlerV
home in the extreme north part
of town. The cause is said to
have been a lamp exploding. The
flames had gotten much headway
before the fire company put in
its appearance and the neighbors
had saved nearly all of the furni
ture, excepting a dresser, bed
and a few other things. The
house burned to the ground and
a smokehouse nearby was moved
out of reach of the flames. It is
stated that about $300 was in
sure d on the house and none on
the goods, which will not make
the loss so great. Mr. Miller
was in Kansas City at tho time.
Clat Zepp departed Saturday
night for his old home in Illinois,
which he has not seen for 13
years. He will have quite a visit.
T3 c:ntxnnr FAvorjrf toxic
w tlimiW mm ml
5tI!ard-5naTf Llnlmcut C
T. loiut, aia.
Onra lrue Mot
Hauy a Kich Hill Houiebold "Vill
Find Them So.
To hate the pain mi l ar lif of a
bnJ back removed; to entirely
tit from nouojing. tiaitgerou url
"inry disorder 1 enough to make
any Udney sufferer jrratnL ToDll
how tLI great ctmns can be
brought about will prove comforting
word to hundred of Ekb Hill
A. H. O'llear, stone cutter, livltg
on 1'lne tit-, Dutler, Mo.. eays: "lo
dged, I fan my tht Doan's Kl?D?y
Mils have dons we more good than
ay other remedy I previously tried.
1 m-d to suffer ltb pain In my
baok and Intense pain In my back
and Intense pain In my loin. I wa
6ny nUttiues and bad so litule en-
trW I was unable to work. Mj
ifcldneTigave me trouble. Including
cramping paia acroH the abdomen
and frequent oi-cretlons. The pain
In my back extended np to the pltn?,
giving rue a peculiar dtaagrevable
sensation In the baik of the head. I
procured Doan'g Kidney Pills and
tbeytraae me positive rrllef. lean
twommend the remedy with cod
Jlderiee." For sale by nil deak-ra. Price 50
cent. Fotr-MIlburn Co., Buffalo,
New York; sole agvnta for the Uni ted
IU-memler the name Loan and
take no other.
Death of Mrs. Fred Rowden.
Sarah Frances Rowden, be-
lovea wife of Fred A. Rowden
T-3 rttntnt. r.t T .IT- ml
i .iim-s unci a.
B.ieppard, was born Sept. 19,
If 70, was married June 24. lb9C,
afcd for eleven years and two
months was a devoted and loving
wife and helpmate
years sne was a member of the
Baptist Church, always trying to
follow in the footsteps of her
Savior, hdping tho bkk-and try
ing to win souls for Christ. For
alut 13 months, she had bean
a' great sufforerer from that
dread disease, consumption. Oa
August 2lth, a few minutes be
fore 10 o'clock a. m., her ccntk
spirit took its fight to the God ! the antomotlle fiuetIon, espmwlcg
who gave it; there to meet with t!H lr contempt far the 'awfai' thing
many loved ones gone before !wht'a tiK-v should naie that the
She had three brothers and t.'"''' l -...
. customed to them. When .lae bicj--
sistcr waiUn her in that bless- jc first Into existence. th hort
ed home. She loaves to mourn j had conlpslon fit; then the trolley
her loss, an adored and loving J CHn sv t!ieu " awrol frtg-bt and
husband, her father, mother, twoi tUe auto uow Wurk oa t,,vlr J""1"-
brothers and Ave sisters, be-lB'Jt tofn,WI; ons bare
.. , at-,,' ,J- jcometotay and the sensible -way Is
sides numerous relatives and J to g, t your hon to me t It and the
freinds who hopu one day to meet ;ixt time the h r i;i not I o
her around the gret , white ;trou!,l,'ulu-
The funeral was couducted'
from the BaptLst church cf this i
o'clock, by Kev. Inlow, of Joplin,
Mo. A larce crowd of fri.nd
and relatives were in attendance.
Among the relatives at a dis
tance were: Mrs. C, M. Taylor,
of Bolton, Ma, K. M. M-a'dow,
of WesUino, Mik, J. V. y. adow.
of Cleavland, Mo., and Mr. and
Mrs. Geo, Rowvlen, of Iola, Kas. f
The intermeut was mado in
Green lawn tvmetery.
south-bound Mo. lcitx-
which is duo in tins city m M2, J 11
p. m. each U.iy, was aerailed xory J0'-"!1 aaJ nt' is
about a milo south of town r ear ! factory manner ia wh'.cli you set-
me old .Mine 15 switch, Friday
afternoon and five or tlx cliches
were derailed. A little excite -
ment was tecssioiud but r.o one
wus hurt, which is iridevd fortu
pate. Tho M. M i T. Irain came
to the Hcene front NeuuU and
picked ap the passengers w hile
the work traiu gt thirds
straightened out It nHuird
several hours, but the niht train
was not delayed on account t l
The nd bed is idd U be
worao from Nevada to Ku h lit'.l
than any I'.ace vl.-i-.g tho line.
Tlie attentioo of the t iwlncd f.i
cials should l o directed totrd
this part of the line bvforo .seme
aw Jul iccivicr.l ixar. -
a rrw rmns
And Sugar Ccattd tlllt to
Chew or Dijest,
A J!p Utn a month and two
l!p woull be dB? ro'i If c-&e of
tlrf'ta almt-d h'i:h.
A person that do not ar;,rate
good mo!! mill mrly rrtr hjir
any lu the bereaftr.
When a girl hsa co&Sdetrf la a
young man. It 1 a nilzlty mean r
that wonid take advantage of her.
If a girl doe not lore, thr noth
ing under the sua that wlil change
htr anl- U ! Eatlw Time.
Calm net la tie face of da-wrtrr U a
fjuality we rarely see and It U that
which proclaim eorae men heroe.
No one U big-hearted enough to
be friends with everybody. Such a
person would not be a true friend to
Ltmseifor herwlf, as the caae may
be. To have clone friend, be one.
A horse and delivery wagon be
longing to a transfer man start 1
Into UarrUon'a saloon tlie otb-r day,
and vm almoet to the door when
stopped by It master. vi ho evi Jentlr
I-ft him outride. Ho'
A young jpenort the othT uzht.
desiring to .peak figuratively to LUl
icompanlous, aid: "Well, lets retire
to the arm of Morphea. One of
Itbem remarked: "That might be
j 'her yoa're going but I'm gotmr to
ln tb ba-r'"
& ..!.., i . .
(the party line wa In town the
other day and went to the local
office and called up Butler. Tohow
hi appreciation for the 0kk er-vk-e,
be tipped the ceratur Z) cent.
Thinking be wa a flOD-mstwcrtl-er.
he aid, "another nkkle, jleae-"
tie then Lad to eplala it wtut a tip
and the girl felt like the am-- pro -
verl.Ul amount that had U-ea bDd -
Many persons have been hrard on
The Eternal Question.
To live within one tuUary
1 hiird uo oue cu doubt It.
But tb'r no doubt 'twere harder
To try to live without it.
Rich Hil!, Mo.,
Aug. i3, li07.
National Benevolent Scitly,
Kr-isss City, Mo.
Gentlemen: I taka great pleas-
y claim fora'cident to my!
iarsJ - ldn heartily reommend
your Sn-iety U eerytu needing
Fer farther information
i this m viety,
U. S. G. Prowcll.
U lsr:f:ce V-:z,
HICH HILL, MO.
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tp tli liii.ii !3; Ltf:: r-M -tatA,
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UvwiU A3 of lot firetSi ai l ;s
'A la Uf k use b-zz-'r-i fir. J t
tiW.f In th(rtty of l:.h U.:l: &;-,
lot -reo Mil la lUg t.n tTrvir-!
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CorrspaayV; llrt Ad i.t.-vj t t-ve
town (sow eitytaf iili if-
wtir.h drd of tnt ai cv-Vf
V K-sre tu ys.-nt of : -r o o: rtsis
pror.iw,ry t.olrm ia --. 1 Ci c
la t'S payrrfSt A aj J yf,::;..',ry
oot- m t;i a t. ;:.rwt tyf'-ii;
VVHrtj-.i. the ri trtt
provide that Sf ;- L. V. Ua
asd I.'ijra ?. r-r ???- x- jsr
tii cbt la a; J iVl 4 tnt.t .
mf.XMrl. or acy part Vr.l ortL:-te-rwt
the-ro-oa. wlm tu- cr
aoy part tb-rrof i.r.-an
and payat4(f. accord :es t' t? trie
tenor, date asd rCt ...f 1 lvt.
tben t!e wboJ tU be:orie dse atd
WacKm. all of said not at. -J tbt
lntrpt th-n?on hv Xjy-.i-t
and Jtownrrcaracupaid: Sow. tier
fore, notice U b-rviyy srina ttat I,
tiw iia'r:iil trxi-. at tb r
qaet of tie Ir-al tA l-r 1 ontr
of ai J noie. ar. 1 by v!rti A tt.
power T-tS ia te "r.r tb aij
d--j fif trct. aai la t'r r lsr
with t.S t-rir. aol tMi;;:vi, of
a! 1 3f-l of trst, wiA i r-.-i t--
that f0riitIt? nal tate la 1 of
!trut drtcr;!-d. at i,ut'.-c v-aJ'jr, to
the tlfHit bld-Vrfr cah. at ti.-e
FrmtolZev iMior. la tt city of KxSi
V I 'Coaoty. Miu';rf. 'm tise
nix.-n aDd Are o'clock la t! fir-
noon of iald day. to pay cSaad t
Wy aid note, with iatritt. tojw
tber with ttw rot a ad expecces of
execcticg thU trut-
J. W. Jiwwov,
One For the Girls.
Girl, did yoa ever step to
think that boys have more self
respect than the members cf
year sex. querries the Cawker
City Ledger. There is' t.c a
: Joung man cf any respectability
; that would be seen with a young
i lady that was intoxicited. You
i tLigai tearca tac sire'.is w.tLi a
ne totth comb and no
lady who is puling
t quirting tobacco .
a c:-ar or
on the sidewaik. Sotnts girls
have co hesitancy in accepting
the cc-mpaniocship, heart and
hand, of everything that wears
pants. Society will never br; re
fined until the girls demand of
fthe boys the same purity of char
acter thit the boys demand cf
the girls. Over the h.ads tf ti e
young ladies hang the possiUii.
ties of the grv&test moril reform
that ever swept the country.
Step that Coujh!
AVbea a couth, a tk k!:u or nn lr
r'.tatlou 1a the thro.it m.tkr ou
feci uocmfortab, tVe lUIi-ird
llorxhound Syrup. Uvia't wait u
t'.;i tb d:etf h IvyoB J e-o
trol. Mr. and Mr J. . Acdvr-iu,
M , Salt i-ak t lty
"We tUa. luilair t-jv- I.itii
tueiit th Ut mrdU'lke for coijIi
and cold. e hp ui It f r trr.
era! ye.ir; It alwaj ivr ttuu.-.U-ate
relU-f. U very ple.tstut ud ntv
ivrtect twtUficiioQ." iv, iv a j i,
twIJ by Oiw-r I'rvi I'o.
!ins a oc f stjirt-w.nUtu,
Hliite, or blue, or t !.. ;
Four and tweuty hook an detc
That f.it !i up tlie lin t
Aud the binuite tatbr uo,
Whea clami!,v h tiie
To fste mother' hi,
t'o'y e;vtt iu"tVr' rrr.
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Nrw York. rlte: -.fo r efr,
d-ty of elcrucUtbu p-if. !a.iu '. uie
rlieutuat!-.!!!, im-U-r v.rloti ir. ,it
turnts, I wali,:K-,. t to try I'.a'lird'
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kll"S h,t rt rvl- le-t sftf it
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Sold by tpT. Vru' t'o.