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I R. R. TIAftii
Missouri Pacific Tinso Canl.
NntlTII HIU'M. T. I.'lt HAM' . '.
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I ATT TMr- fiWI !PnWP.Q. 1
W nut Street M. F. Church.
Sunday School at "J: K n. in.
P. caching at 1 1 a. in.
Junior League at 2;0 p. m.
Epworth League at 3 :; p. m
Preaching at 7.:10 p. m.
Prayer meeting on Thursday
Tlie public are cordially invit
ed to attend.
. A. G. Kka-ST, I'a-stor.
M. E. Church, South.
Sunday School lit 'J:ir.
I'rcaching nt 11a. vi.
Junior Ix'ague ut 2 p. in.
Senior I-aue at i!:'.ij p. in.
Preaching at T:"J p. ui.
Everyone cordially invited 10;
attend the services.
William II. llAK;r:ovr.,
lU'prewntative M. iriiMh.
rirv-ult Ju't-.' C. A. ivntou.
prohiite Ju'li' J. A. Sliver.
Stierin-:. F. l-.ini.
flrcult tlrrk D. T. Knit ne.
County OrkC i. AV.n l--.
lUrorder I. M. isiilllli.
Treiwun-r W. 11. Hell.
ProB. Att.V. W. 15. IU1YM.1I.
School ('.mi. A. E. Iv.'h.
Burvcyor V.. It. Korrou.
Aliiiliittrutor Juo. liny. k.
T'oroner O. F. li- ti!. !. .
1'ri-f t.lliiK Jii'Uv-J. !'. H.-i i- r.
Axlat " A. I'. Mi le.
' listen Siiilllt.
Rich Hill Eritk & Tile Factory
100,000 3, 4. , "d 8-incb
Tile in our yards ready for the
3-inch . Sia.50 rtr ,coo
4-inch . 16.50
6-inch . 30.00
8-inch . 500 " "
10-iucu . 8S-oo " "
u-inch . 100.00 ' "
Will soon have vitrif.od ar.d
building'brick for sale at factory
II. M. BOOTH, Mj;r.
Bletliik' f Town!itt l"nrl
Flmt VVtHiiies.lii y 'utter r.rl 1 ue-
dny til April.
Flrnt Tuetil-.v after llfst Moii.biy
Tlitr.l Monday -f ..vnutr of
neb year t tulift ol tin- towi.d'p
ThOia jKls'l Jftir-
f .-ulr Uf In Mr. lr
J AulBor'4 t 1 fLf,:,
Cur fi Svrsii w4 or moin rtTvirV-l
Mnvui or ii.j j ' ot.ilt't tt c. ,1 K -V-t'
Cff lew. oitf sW.tvJi A
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Coxual Debility, Vr:;u ;ti
b.OKirl CM UtC lo4. 4K'. !!' . t lid
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cooococotor. coo . coo; iooocv
Frisco 'l ine T-lb'-
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No, 112, I ;iM-n;ri-r 11.4'im. hi
No. 1H, .Mix. i 4 n; p. in.
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No. Ml, Mixed M id t. tit.
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No. !IJ rimiiet I ;.i 1 n wit ti
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No. Ill CO'llt'M't (ll I'litli-antOil
wltllf.-oM Ir.'ilriM fur Texan flinl Ok
1,'iliuiii't point. nni fur Mi-mpliN
nt).l the nuit heiiKt : iiIho with hn nl
paNKeiiuer lor KniiK.iH i ity, arrmnj
City lO.Oii p m.
ii. l. CoNOVKIl. Alft.
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First Frcibytciian Church.
Sunday Scho. 'JAo a. m.
Junior Endeavor, 8:00 p. m.
Preaehing at 11 a. m.
Christian Endeavor, U:"'. p. in.
Prayer Meeting ev -ry Thurs
day at T:"0 p. in.
Preaching nt 7:"0 p. m.
J. G. West Pastor.
German Ev. Lutheran Church.
Sunday school ?.t 'J.'.jO a. in.
Preaching at 10 "') a. ni.
English preaching at p. m.
Everybody is cordially invited
to attend these service?.
Chk. Dl'Ngk, Pastor.
Catholic Church Services
Services 1st and 3rd Sunday
j at 10 :30.
i'TMass at 8:00 a. m.
Rev. Father Ii'urphy, Pastor,
I First church of Christ, Scientist
J Sunday School, (j:15a. 111.
j Service at 11 n, m.
i Testimonial Mottirg on Wed-
i nesday at :QQ p. m.
j Ueadinir K)Ui open on Wed-
. rt'MJay from 3 to 5 p. in.
I All cordially invited.
J'arties sending for back num
bers o the Tribune for a certain
article t-hmild give the date when
the said article appeared. If the
exact date is not known tell the
Excursion rates Via The
Missouri Pacific Railway.
Summer tourist tit Wetson sale
daily to Colorado, Utah, Oregon,
California, and Old M.wieo. nt
v e ry
lutes, return limit of
tickets Oct ber ol st.
lJoni t Si k i e I it ki t s on sale to
all si mthwi stern, western and
northwestern State and Canada,
July 7 and "Jl, August 4 and 1.
Sept. 1 ar.d 15, Oct. 0 and "0,
Nov. ?, ai d 17, Dee. 1 and 12. re
turn limits "I and J'O oi'y from
date tf Kale.
IV P. O. E . IVi'.P, TVM.
Tic 11 n July t ll's ie
turn Aug. S. $17.10 for round
Ii. A. I5.vll.LY, Agent.
sr., uznz city kd.
Mil( la ml InntMl let.l
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A i fan vlues) furn!.'fct1 fry let tit
nti--;, fr. to tuitit- i'atu u ft d isi t
4 ert:rrr4) r rcnrit tt yuf
I1J CtliUuuUhi llMiiBil f tj 10117,
Hydrocolo end f0;.'11.
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Secsr.d letter Frcra Jis I'zrcli
To the Kith Hill Tribupc:-
Wc are still in the city we
Tt? in when my former letter
was written, ibe surroundings
art: 8o ngro -able and the climate
so much to our liking that we dc-
cWlod to Rpi nd all of our vacation.
hero, with the exception of liort
trips toother town ana io ine
This town i supported mainly
by farmers living in and around
,. me lanu is very ncn anu me
rain fall moderate, and thoe ho
make reasonable efforts make
success of farming. Coffee is
.i : ; l : 1 I -
a ni. i 1 1 1 1
ii.u principal crop idiu -a-.
prrc. .Altera neiu n-.
planted to cotT.e ar.d the trees ;
cultivated till they react, the bear-.
i.,g ago, (about 4year,) liUl;p.irk are iwautiru!. Theirprin
further cultivation is required.. ipa, catSieJral u the finest
Coffee harvest bopins about Dec. !diarch huMiniS i evcr Raw; and
1st. 'Die berries are gathered j their theatre is aid to u the
and run tbrovgh a "P'P"1' j second tint i the worid. We
midline" which separates visited this interesting bnildin.
grains of cr.flee from the P'P. All of its interior decorations are
the coffee is then spread on large th(( finest and Krandest ODe could
KrK.rc, usually made ol concrete,
and dried in the sunshine.
.1 14 1
It is ,
men Racea ana exporvea.
Tliere are some large sugar-
cine plantations near mis pmce.
There is one large sugar refinery
in me repuonc. .aemosiwiue
sugar, however, is Bold to con.
sumers in its raw ia. u mu -
ar is exported, bmail iarmers;s, , esandEurone.
raise acoui me same neia anu
garden products as are raised in
Missouri, except the nll
cereals. 1'otatoes appear 10 oe
the favorite, four crops of them
are raised on the same ground in
less than a year.
Tremendous crops of bananas
are raised along the Atlantic
coast The United Fruit Com
pany operates large plantations
there; and a great many planters
raise bananas and tell to the
fruit company. A high altitude
is not favorable to the growth of
that crop and not many are rais
ed near this town.
The methods of farming of the
natives here are simular to those
we read of ancient times. They
use oxen for beasts of draught
and some of them, it is stated
use plows made of the forks of
trees, although I have never seen
any of these so called plows.
They haul their loads cn two-
wheeled carts each drawn by a
yoke of oxen. The driver, usual
ly barefooted, walks before the
oxen and they follow him quietly,
if they walk to slowly to suit him
ho turns and threatens them
with his goad, which he always
carries, it being necessary to
prod them a little with the goad.
When they plow the driver walks
ahead and another holds the. plow.
The whole is a very tpuiet pro
cess much unlike "cattle driving"
used to be in the early settlement
of Hates county, the early settlers
of tho neighborhood of Fairview
school house will call to mind ft
noted "cattle driver" of those
early days when cattle were used
for breaking tho virgin nod, and
what a voluble vocabulary ho had
in the "preHching" line. Ask
Gal.o if he docs not remember
The agricultural posibilities of
this country are great but it will
take greater poople than the na
tive Costo Eicans to develope thf
country. A few Americans
have settled here and the mostlState.
of them are doing well. It Is ex
pected that a great many em
ployees of the I. C. C. will nettle
here during the f urther progress
of tho work on the Isthmus.
The native Casta Kicans are a
blend of Spai ish and Artoct In
dian. They have some of the
j c 1 11 ailei isiies 01 ooui peoples.
T.n-y vary in color from white to
very dai s, depending en which
race predominates. The wealthy
C ass is fond f dress a d display
J while the more numerous labor
i ti ilass, ca!K d peons, care for
IX thiJJ U-o.c liiau ttU tgv.-rl.VCS-
islonce. Their want of ambition
and energy come from Ii f ; for"
ci.-rii'nii on n im ennuy wiirei r.
, ... '
me oare r.ixx'ss.iric .i .i!are,
so l v firidu and Iherri l.
.... . . ... . . .
no unjiroduotiv.-; portion -f
y-ar ;t;n)jt which th; x jijji i f
provifcion i r(Vjair;d Lut rr -t
abU'n will ktow and niaturo t
any t'uno tn the yer, from Jan
uary to January anin. Oa tliiinj
point, uhich iia Jncid:rita2!y j
UiH-n rifed, it may bj mid tht
t!i fclronifth of our own mirt.ty
. , . . .
tli a(KrPJfaliun ,Ilk!l.y ini)i.
tiduals an.'! !iow m-j
'1 w m in
dividuals owe this to the environ
menH of nurMdvcs and our an
cestors, requiring laior of body
WehaTeroade a viit to San
jose ,,inc wecarr,e here. It ia
t .. cental and chie. city of the
jj .p.jb,ic 8nd u n vreal'hy
and beautiful city. It rus atK-ut
.. )MfJ jli!)alitanl(, ltH MrCf,ts
d .. . ,
, iraagine. lt is said bave cost
."even million colones ($3,255,000
ia Lt g mooe- me citv with
all it luxuries and ts trium)hs
; m ,he dettrative artSj and pos
8tfssing M beautiful a climate as
f u d Ameriran
CODlinent nltracts great numbers
, here from alI part3 of ,he Uflited
The monetary standard he-e is
jthe guld (Spanish meaning
jColnmbus.) IU vame is $0,405
in lT K Mn no mnnpT swn
in circulation is national bank
notes, silver certifiui.05 and sub
sidary silver coins, No pold
coins are in circulation.
J. B. March.
Cartago, Costa Kica,
September 21, HKH.
Jshs L Swacner.
John E. Swanger, as Secretary
of State, has devoted the great
est part of his time to the exam
ination of the banks of Missouri,
and has instituted many reforms
of importance to the banks and
t the people. Through his ef
forts bank examinations have be
come more rigid, and the laws
, v k
1 1 A
governing banks have been more
strictly enforced, thereby mak
iog the bauka safer de-ositories
for the peoples' money.
He has com polled foreign cor
pjrHt ions doing business in this
State to pay llu ir licenses ai d
thereby has addrd thousands of
dollars to the revenue of the
He stands upon his record a
a faithful servant and if elevted,
will serve the people with hone?ty
Dr. IL W. Alien returned
Thursday from St, Louis.
Mesdames M. F. Strou J &i ti
Couipton of Adrian, were Kkh
IM1 visitors Friduv.
Why not wear the t-est mater
ill. and latest styles? Sou the
Burrows Millinery tv. N xter.!y
their styles are correct, but so
ae ll.cir pikes.
r r AM.
' t ;
CM -'-.ir,?y, '
! rffan-d oi r in J'-h
ar.d si nvr r--'
boyhood days. Mr F ':t'-.t i-
succe ful lawyer, nnd mud? a
winn'fiir-raee for C.nirr-t.- in t!
St. Joe district in E4.
Hi is in thorooii s ioo'Vj
with Had ley's por;-:.v a A'b rr.fr
General, and will devote h! fur.
and talect toward c-.iti.plf ting the
work begun by Mr.. Iladley.
Cuss Co. News. . '.
Thc Governor's vr.te Presides ft
The attitude of the p op!c; cf
Lincoln toward Mr. Bryan was
aply expressed in a song w hich
was a feature of an aftrnr-n
meeting presided ovrby .Mrs.
Sheldon, wife of the -governor.
where Mr. Taft addressed nearly
3000 women. When the Univer
oity of Nebrsska Gtee Club con
cluded its song with the fol.ow-
ing there was so much applause
that an encore was given:
Welcome William to ourcity. j
We're had Williams here before j
But we'e glad to how you - --Bryan's
home for four years
W. W. Park. . candidate for
Rreasurer on the Republican
ticket was in Eich lliil, Fi idav.
mixing with lhe vot 16-
S. E. Wilkinson and fatrH.y io.t
., . . .
Friday for Caney Kansas where
Mr. Wilkinson will put ia a store.
Tliis family will be missed in.
ivr. ij. .v. uciau;i r ui.u
and Dr, IL D. OUcn. and wife
spent several days Lvst:-wceJt ia
Ir. G. A. Delamater and wjfe
Our Prices arc
You a Thin?: or
I r;I K J' U .! -r' Ti
That part of tho Printing Business
is our 'ong suit. Wo have ovcry
thir.g nocossars Ztol turn out flrbt
c ass work. Gr-o'us a tria order
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?x it to ti-i.
''An i-jr- i r-,Zl.W A;-:ir
ir,;.;.p. Ar. C'crt il vi."r rn as
&' i tr,r.' t? C. 27i,J0 rabic
inc-he. TT.it arr.ar.t t iJTcab'c
in b" to the gallon, teqbil 2i. (;'
os 2-V'.CX5.y-,-jn-l-, I'.O ?...
"An inch of rain i, in 1..?t
word rain filiirg at ti e rate cf
l.V' t,.ns to the acre," PLllaf.!
Mrs. D. Ii. H cirey rttarti
Totirsuay Light fr-ia a visit with
her mother in Ci.;aj;ut, Kansaj,
Mrs. CLas Dea.!ey and dasgh
ter, Miss Allcne were Neveca
Ttie Gcch Bros, building re
ceived a r.ew coat of paint last
weekst the handsof Pat Johanes.
KH THE BIT C3 E13L
Any toy or prl can ue iL Jurt
:rtich a tti.nt tlifr! on ihe ri'!inj
vi-u cjo Have an kimi.ci uo. tu.i
s d, recall. far oe h cr.i wi:b the
J Any boy or gVl cn ecure eij!;t
; ztt ifci lieau' liui Magic Ltii'.em.
-nJ for np! -for coviire.
Send H mone, by poct!ke
; ir.oiiev or.ter or draft.
t i w n 1 t 1
rjg KanSlSCltV JOUmil
M"S2S Cl!5 '3.
Li V... ' aUi
worn ana col