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title: 'The Rich Hill tribune. (Rich Hill, Mo.) 1903-1911, May 20, 1909, Image 2',
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i cut h .tl.
A V.e v li-t'.i.' "f,!iiii i-"' h.i
been liii-niT";l i'.l)i"llu I st - l:til
"fan." Tim iinn;it'iT i.f tin"
"Wbito '." tin's r.ot think
enough ii 11"! people ure ;f -flitted.
Kich Hill U rightly nriiufl in
tliniC vs tliiiU or.o. It i- lich
in n.itunil i i'vuii i i's, rich in irnoil
eit'7.'.;n ami rkli in the fiatei n il
fee line nmor.ir 'it.- people thut
liiiilce it '-'oo'l place in v.h'uh to
live. Sum J up for liich Hill.
The Missouri rnisl:tturi Re
journed Monday. Hon. L- M
Griffith came hum last Saturday
vhf-n the business of the ascin
bly was ou r, and did not re
turn Monday for the formal ad
It takus a letter 50 days to
make the roand trip from New
York to AixiMit'me Kepub'.ic, S.
Amtrk-n, and only thirty days
from Merlin to South America
This is because wa have no tuer
chant marine. Is it any wonder
that Geini.inv ut'l to- South
While tii.' loierntiif nt is en
KKed m ill- task of building a
big navy, it seems that more at
tcntion should ti.j paid to the
merchant marine. There are
only eleven American vessels en
gaged hi canyii g no ri bandi-e
across the Atlantic Doesn't tlii t
Rich Mil Improvement.
A trip around this city tod iv
would convince the most slo p'i
cal that Kich Hill is improving,
probably more that at any time
in the history of the town. Kv.-ry
where houses are being raised
and enlarged, carpenters and
painters have more than they can
do; the concrete men are working
overtime; the plumbers are put
ting in gas fixtures all over
All these things go to prove
that Rich Hill is becoming a !- -
ter place in which to live. Prop
erty values in this city have in creased
wonderfully in the last
two years and with the improve
uients now being made they will
take another upward bound.
Watch Rich Hill grow-
Inconsistency, thy name
Is Woman (?)
"Ineonsistauey. thy name i
woman." sounds very well in
quotation marks but in real
Missouri life it is, Inconsistent y
i thv name is Democracy.
I The Democratic press of the
j fctate. is horrified at the deficit
mthehtate finances and blame
; tho Republican administration
; A Republican governor i t
i must be remembered has b i ii
in control live long month-, d
j looking at it from a D"inociatn-
htand-point it is really wonderful
i that the state is not bankrupt
The critics seem to forget the
' warning; sent the 1 gisl it u r- t -
I years ago, (and Demon ,, . v
the way) by State Tm;;sm.i
Gnielich (Republican) that tlv-
: v.erc appi opriaiiaun j loo nm. ;
I ntj.nntr. 'PilO iih.iiaii ii'u ....
propriated, and spent by a ten
ocratic administration. No
lladley has been in charge not
quite live months, and tho Dem
ocrats (who appropriated the
money) look at the books and
cry about the great di.ti-iK
coming from a Republicm (I -ernor.
"Cousistenc,, , .
YMM Crald) Deal
' ir ol Ihf. f f si Imwa Men In
i!:ls Sfclioti Pif d TacSitay
I id a : rd t 'i abb, i Hi' of ti e bet
k M' Si) and m. isl i peoted nifli
i in this section di d at bin homo.
Jjust wostof Kich Hill, Tutwln'
afi rnoon, Mr. Crabb hnd been
! so i imy ill for a lonif time and
! i.i death came ns no sorprino.
! Mr. Crabb who bint lived In
this vicinity for year, was one
of the widest known citzens of
Kich Hid and a host of friend
mourn his death Obituary will
Big Wool Bu)ers,
II Loeb, of the II. Loeb &
Hi os. stores has been been busy
the past few weeks buyinC wool
of Haes county f irmers. Mr.
Loeb started out to buy 50,000
pounds and is at least getting
lots of wool. The sheep and
wool industry in Hates county
has grown greatly in the last few
years and is an important feature
of Hates county's farm products-
PROMINENT AMONG BIG MEN
Sir Ernest Cattel Ranks High In tha
List of Those Who Accomplish
Sir Krnet Cussel, the famout
I-ond'Ui banker, is a close friend of
he kinir. He has niadu a Vast for
tune !nd 1ms expended ft large pro
ftion of it on pliilanthrepy. Th
of a Cologne banker, he mad
li's way to Liverpool, and baa
climbed the commercial ladder from
the lowest rnnjr. After three years
in a grain mcrvhant'B offii-e he ira
si ill earning l is. a week. He then
went to Indon, where lie entered
ti e service of a firm that had to in
vestigate the atTairs of a famous
financial concern which had got into
crave difficulties. In thU task h
showed such remarkable aptituda for
the disentanglement of complicated
financial matters that leforehe was
23 he had made a reputation for
himself. The young man then went
into business on his own account,
and the finances of Argentina occu
pird his attention. Among his roost
important achievements are tha
amalgamation of tha Vickera-Mtiim
frin with the Harrow Shipbuilding
works, the inauguration of tha Cen
tral Ixmdou railway, the raising ol
China's big loan after her defeat by
Japan, and the negotiations fol
fmancing the Xile irrigation work
HOW IT HAPPENEO.
"So you've locn fighting again,
Pkk!" exclaimed the employer of a
little darky of nine years, as the lat
ter reported for duty one morning
bearing the evidences of a sanguin
"Yessah," responded Dick.
"And I suppose that, as usual,
your brother lleury has giu-n you
that Hack eye?''
Duk's countenance jrave eipres
si'in to a fit kly grin. "No, sah," k
added, decisively. "I done had ls
eye already; but Henry he done lay
on de color, ail right!" Harper'!
V, i klv.
A SORDID 60UU
"i'ou think I'llruary is an ca
MVc,' am-wereil the rlightly eu-
H-rsl itioiis nan.
"I'.nt think of the great men h
were Lorn in that mouth."
''1 hi v are worth considerkiir. But
! think of the thort time between tt
j Cut of February and the rst of
Ir h, end the montUy bills coroicg
in just the eame!''
NOW OPPOSES THE CORSIT.
Carmen Sylva, jun of Uoti
mania, has done a great many goo4
tiiin .'s, but now she. m. ins t cava
Hari.d out noon & very foolihh cam
paign to exterminate tin? eon. Sha
nsks w.uikh and irls of turp to
biiyiott virseti, hieh, lie says, dis
figure the natural beauty and injure
the lualth. JSut ho is not likely to
have many converts.
"You seem a bit dpressel to-itf
and yesterday jou were so bright"
"hut, you see, I had to chn
my minJ to watch, uij tsT V!ll
::r:rr intlnd to ck idle
Ik's Excustt Somswhal Ineonjtstent
In Vitw ef Occupation
"Zeke," drawletl tha oM farmer,
ai bo thawed out his whiskers, "I
want yeou (o go down to the wood
piJa and chop up some kindling."
'11-r-rP exclaimed Zeka, as he
blew his flngm. "It's too cold."
"Wall, thfn, go over to tho barn
yard and milk the cows."
"Can't pa. Honest, I'm freezing."
"H'ml How about cleaning the
snow off tha porch ?"
"Yeou'll have to excuse me, pnp;
my f ogera are jest like icicles."
The old farmer was thoughtful.
"Wall, all right, eon," he said,
lowly. "It shan't b said that I al
lowed any of my children to get
frost bitten by working in freezing
weather. What be ycou going to do
now? Sit by tha kitchen fire and
warm four hands?''
Zeke grinned sheepishly.
"Ko, pap, I am going down to the
lake and fish for pickerel through
tha ice." Chicago Daily News.
THE DISAPPEARING HOR6E.
That which was prophesied half in
jest a few yesrs ago is now actually
coming to pass. The horse is dis
appearing from England and tha
board cf trade returns afford the
proof of it. Anyone who notices the
traffic of London will understand
that the trains, the motor omnibuses,
the motor vans, the private motors
and the taxicals have driven tht
bona off tha streets, and in all the
proyincial towns the same thing is
going on. And it is not only in the
towns that the change has taken
plare. The trams are spreading out
into the country,- serrices of motor
omnibuses cover the roads, and even
the farmers are getting rid of their
HAD REACHED THE LIMIT.
There is a farmer near Shubert,
Keb., who is mighty tire! of having
his farm tramped orer by hunters. A
few days ago he set to work to com
pose a notice on a couple of barrel
tares, and nailed them to a tree
where they conveyed to tha world the
following startling information:
"Kotis Trespasers will be perse
cuted to the full extent of 3 mongurl
dogs which aint nerer bin overly
hubel to Strang rs and 1 dubblo
barl shot gun whitch aint loaded
with ofy-pillers, dam if I aint get
tin tired of this helraisin on my
prsrty." Denver Tost.
STOP MOURNING. TO SHAVE.
Tho board of rites has obtained
tho indorsement of tho grand coun
cillors to memorialize the throne to
the effect that as the ceremony of tho
end of the year will bo performed
toon and tha people should keep
themselves clesn to attend to their
business, therefore both officials and
common people should be allowed to
shave from tha eigth dsy of tho
twelfth moon (December 30).
AN SLICING 'POSSUM.
As th lira 'possum fell from tho
tree top into the erm of the old
eoloTed citizen he exclaimed:
"I ain't never had much book
larnin', but ef dis ain't a cl'ar case
er do attraction er gravitation, I
give it op. Pat 'powum sho' didn't
coma down from dar on his own ac
count" Atlanta Constitution.
ON AND OPP.
On the stage ha says : "What a
vision of loveliness t How fair her
skin, how white her hands and what
a wealth of golden hair about ber
In real life tho same man says:
-Ain't sht s psachP'Detroit Free
AN INQUIRING MINO.
1ty wio tj a tary inquiring
mind," Siid Mr. Uajkton.
"I bv olsemd that," sntwerod
Hiu Csvesne. "She can think of
caooga questions to keep a crowd
waiting half eg hoar at s tieatcr
"a htv s good story to tU a."
Wait to hear ?"
Il U in dialect?" 'Vj
"Nstt uocb vain glory sloal him."
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Lot I. 2 Jc 3 blk. II A t.'l J L.k. f.
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Moore l.niiitwr Co,
AlllolHllA 12 fiiKNi.ii-, In .e.
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lllntiu McIioIh & wife to l'nv.i'
IVrecviil Trunt Co.
All Lot 2 l.lk. 2 William -u.l n.1,1 f
C. U Riiteman & wife to tieere
All ImkL 4 1'iiXe'n mill toA.lii in m
Zt-lpllil K, I'lliuree Bates Co.
Lot 1 & 2 blk. 101 lilrli Hill jnu
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