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lines of the
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. E. HOOVER
Tin' 1 riktiriuii-p Nfnn
Uer I'. A M. Hunk.
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S : rr, 3 of Tha Doings of Scir.8
cf Your Frincds Told Brifly.
Herd tho Tribune.
Sheriff Bon rd was a Rich Hill
visitor last Thursday.
j.. k. jarver, Hie cigar man,
was a Ilutler visitor Thursday.
1 have some private money to
loan on a good farm land. U
S. G. Prowell.
Allen, the land man, of Adrian,
made hi regular Friday trip to
Kit h Hill last week.
The new fixtures have been
put, in r nee in me unrisman sa
loon on West Park avenue.
Harold Templeton attended
the Rockville picnic Friday and
Saturday as aTribune represent
Miss Maude Wiseman is visit
ing relatives in Ohio and Pennsyl
vania. one expects to be gone
Mrs- J. Miller,' who was in
jjredsone time ago by falling
from a buggy is improving but
on account of her age, progress
toward her recovery is slow.
Mrs. W. L. Whitney with her
! daughter Miss Mabel and 6on
J Paul spent last week In Kansas
City. M iss Mabel will remain
, in Kansas City for several weeks.
! Miss Louis Tygard, of Man
gum, Okla., who had been visit
ing relatives in this city, spent
last week in Nevada as one of the
guests at a house party given at
A Rich Hill man the other
! night beard something at the
back door of his residence and
took a couple of shots at the noise.
It is presumed that the distur
bance was caused by Bomebody
trying to rob the house, although
it is barely possible that the rac
ket may have been caused by a
neighbor's cow or horse. Evan
Waggener, an old Harrisonville
boy now residing in that city,
some months ago took a shot a
supposed burglar through the
window and indicted a wound, in
the leg of a neighbor's horse.
A traveling man was subjected
to considerable embarassment at
Butler one day last week by his
passion for "collecting souven
irs." It had been his custom
when ho paid his weekly visits to
Hutler to carry away from the
II tel Pennell each time a bath
towel. The management finally
harried of the gentleman's klep
touvmia and last week after his
vi.it caught him at tho railroad
station where they made him
open up his grip and Jdisgorge.
The scene furnished a great deal
of amusement for tho crowd, but
it was killingly embarassing for
the traveling man. Ex.
To Navigate Ttie Osagi
Coal Mine Actldects.
For sometime th M , K. fc T.
railway company ban n figur
ing on a way to connect j-i-enr
service from their main line to
Tho Mongaw Towumi. ('. Im
advertised this resort uiii.l ii is
becoming famous ai .1 !. Katy
is being besieged to arrange a
passenger jervice toil. a' pI.mc.
A. C. Miner, of Sedaha encral
passenger agent for this division
of the M., K. fc T., was in Schell
City Tuesdfy with a view of
es'ablishinga boat line from this
place on the Osage river to Moce
He was to meet a Mr. Mitchell
of Joplin, here, who had offered
t-j place a fifty-five passenger
launch on the mer, and to make
a contract to carry the Katy pas
sengers. Jlogetner they were
to go over the proposed route.
The Osage river is navigable
from this place to Monegaw with
the exception of a couple of
places at low water time and it is
their intention of deepening the
shoals which could be done at
very little expense.
., . ...
;ur- Miner staieu mat mis is
the rnost feasable route and the
idea would no doubt be carried
out. Schell City News.
Broke tils Leg.
teal Estate and
Why list your Farm, City Property and Merchandise
for Sale or Exchange with real estate broker In other lo
calities? In ii you can k'1 In tout'li w lilt prut-MotHy all ot llu-iu hii.1
Im in! r-il I It a I j oil net -r ln-iir of, nil nv.r I lu M UxUl.. nn.l
Mmniitiil :t III i. i lit SoulliMful t lot Nort Ii went, tiy lUtllig
Jour l-lniHTllfii wltll ll.t'
Gcntrnl Go-Opcrativc ncalty Co ,
Of Rich Hill, Mo.
t Imve eo-oiHTntlven nt-al I'-rt-tl froni Now York to Kim
Ktaiit Ufti mill Seat lie, mii.1 from the IK.iuIijWhi of t aiwiila to
New rlt';ii hii1 tlte tlty ot Mexico.
It on iviiiiI to liny or twll, It w I'.l piiy you to wf u. Wo
hiive on our MmIm. 1'itriiiH, It.'tiit lifM, l'hinlMtloii, rult. Nujjnr,
lii-.it mill A lljiKa.Kiet. Cot t i.n. t trit n:t , Truik-linrilel). (ill,
Hit, (tutl, TlititxT, IrrlK'tt.-.l, Irrl.ttahle or lry Imul nt
luort at t r.-u llM- rleeii. e 1ho liuve nouie very Httrnetlve
i'i..ni!;.;ittiiii rrin'ot-llliiim la KnimaM, t iklahoiua; Texita,
Louisiana, f'lortila, 'l'lie lnWotan, MIhhoiiiI mul Moutnuti.
We make a spvialty of Hates CJounty propertj'.and
will be pU ased U see or hear from you. Call Koom
No. I, up the first stairs west of Postottico. or
ne Na. 162,
II. M. BALL, Marui
P 0 Box So. 60.
Sunday noon Frank Ballard
who was a passenger from Mont
rose to Iiockville got off the noon
train here and when it started he
attemped to board it when in
He was successful in his at
tempt but according to his state
ment was pushed off by one of
the trainmen, and in the faJl
sustained a broken leg at the
The limb was set by Dr. C. P.
Bowden and the sufferer made
as comfortable as possible.
It is reported that Ballard has
secured legal assistance and that
a damage suit against the Katy
officials will follow. Appleton
According to exchanges who
give no authority for their state
ments, W. J. Bryan has an ideal
wife. Among other things she
is said to write some of his
speeches. Instances where
women have-been the making of
a man are rare in history and
real fact. Fallierres of France
is said to have been made the
president of tho Republic by the
help of bis wife. But a woman
is a queer critter when it comes
to helping a man. When lie is
on his last pegs and knows not
which way to turn is not the time
she consides a her help needed.
At tho time she considers a
tongue lashing the proper thing.
When he is successful and
is making good money she will
help him to make more and
spend what he is making. In
other words a woman will not
help a man when he nnds it but
when he doesn't she is tho help
ful creature that woul be making
of many a poor cu-.s who goes'
down beneath the waves of ad
versity. Queer critters, these
women. Appleton City Journal.
Tho fatality record for Okla
homa for Ifoi7, an reported by
William Cameron, formerly the
Territorial mine insjcf r, shows
that there we K accidents dur
ing the year, a decrease of 3
from 1900; 23 xi.en were killed
and ICj injured in V), against
44 men killed and i-i injured in
13. Of the 33 fatal accidents
C were due to gas and duht ex
plosions, eleven to jowder ex
plosions and misplaced shota,
11 to falls of roof or coal and 5 to
other causes. The death rate
per 1,000 employee was 3.0, and
119,0-3 tons of coal were mined
for each life lost.
The caualty statistics for Ohio
in K07, as reported by Mr. Har
rison, show that 153 men were
killed and 062 injured in the coal
mines of Ohio during the year.
Only 3 deaths were due to ex
plosions of gas, 91 men were kill
ed by falls of roof, 3 by motors
and mining machines, 2 by pre
mature explosions, 11 by electric
wires, and 13 by ofhercnuses.
The death rate per 1,000 em
ployees was 3.27, and the number
of tons of coal mined for each
life lost was 210,0-1.
I roHKAi.K. A t:xcitxst,r.
RICH HILL WANS.
Atlrt-rtSiwwM uri'W t,! t--J V ;
Crt luwrtl'tn. : jr ;ir Ij l
n-jtMn-jij.-ta intM-rtJ'iri. 6 wor ln rnk!
Wanted limine ir,-fn U, f.sr
urewith for jb printing. Tri
For Sale Gotxl boy's Raddle.
Inquire at this o:.
Bicycle and Gun I-pairkg. !
Joe Anderson, tf
For Sale Mann'a Grtea Ene
Cutter No. 2. Cost $1G. Will
sell for K Jess Miller.
Two good business ar.d two
good residence houses for salf
rent or trade. Dr. Wilson,
"Well," said a married friend
to Will Maupin the Nebraska poet
"I'm in a quandary aa to just
what I should call my wife's
mother. I don't like to call her
"Mother in-law" on account of
all the comic paper jokes on the
name, and somehow there's
word Mother' that makes me
hesitate to apply it to any one but
my own." "Well, "said Maupin,
I can only ted you of my own
DR. G. N. SHARP.
And Manufacturer of
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from a cold? If o trr 1t. Sharr
OOUGH AND LUNG REMEDY.
If yon are troubled wltu lnj:gtJon
or atomacb trouble uie
For all palna and at Lea apply
mere. tO'-r win cureyou. Try tbro
Ilic'jr..'.Q ticket cow
en ale to all toarist
Best hne to OAnn
fetor.e Natiocl Park.
D n't forget the
convex .Ions at Denver
acd Ll.;igo. We
reach .t points.'
Cos:e is ir.d jjk for
ir.f .Tdilkr! a. to rites
Geo. B. Conover,
DR. U. 0. Deputy
RI'-H HILL. MO.
a i a
were married I addressed my
wife's mother as 'Say and after
that we called her 'Grandma'.
When one thinks of the inuiti
tude of cats to be found in every
city, and of the number of dread
ful diseases beginning wjth
cholera and ending with itch
which they are accused of trans
mitting, through tho means of
germs, it is really a wonder that
anyone is alive. But when one
reflects that old maids, who -are
proverbially supposed to bo fond
of cats, enjoy the betof health
and are long lived, :tho alarm
speedily dies away.--Calhoun
W. K Snow and Cecil Chever
ton of Rich Hill conducted ser
vices at the Christian church
Isst Sunday, the latter preaching
in the morning andjthe former in
the evening. A quartette com
posed of Misses Edna and "Nellie
Jones and Merrers. Arthur
Cheverton and Henry Sheppard
accompanied them and furnished
special music lor both service
that greatly pleased tho congregations-
The Rich Hill Diily
Review of Monday says the party
was more than pleased with the
hospitality shown them by the
Metz people. MeU Times.
can please you
when it comes
to job work.
Let us show I
):"ve c;ntj;ni corth tr 1
M. Ilaok. cortb en 3.
of F. al
in -' ft 12 a. rn.
I-1 to 4 p. la.
itisItation and Exaatnatloa Fr
Call atten M day ami cicbt
1'Uob No. 75
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READ THE 1
The program for the 20th An
nual Session of the Bates County
Sunday School Association, to
be held at the Christian Church,
Hutler. Mo., August 11th aud
12th, 11KW, has lnvn issued and
promise a very interesting con
vention. Each school is entitled
to on delegate for every 25 mem
bers. All pastors and tuperin
tendents ate delegate without
election. Eiitertainmen: in But
ler is free. Every Sunday school
in the county tdiould bo fully re
p resented. Ti m es.
The Tkiwne has a gmnl line of
tyi'i KTvhhI presses and first class
printers. We will, print your
letterheads, envelopes, bills
statements, pamphlets and Uiok
lets, and in fat all kinds of corn
mcrcial printing quick and cheap.
Let us figure with you-
Allow us to
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Advcttisir: ia tltcTiilur.v',
On account of death vt Jihr.
Clark and Carl Medley the .'
nd id assessments arw now due
and must bo paid by the lSlh
July 21 lAv
EC.GS:-Purt) bred Bu3 Ply
moutli Rivk eg:s for sale ll.lV
or htlting t.f 13.
f. - IlarrvlJTeaipleton.
Head .u TriVuce,
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Of course it is if it is built of brick, or will be in
a short time. Let me build you a
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Call on or address,
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