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Personals Telling the Doings
of People You Know.
Di 1 von Hump tl e Hump?
I'M Orr, uf Kansas City, wii a
Kicti Hill visitor the fifth.
''Wasihi.kan" is simply mar
velous when bundled intelligently
Miss KrniH Slater and brother
John wcrfi visitors here the fifth.
Miss .)' Steele left Tuesday
for a viif. to Seattle, Wash.
"Washcu:anm .os in con
junction willi pxd laundry soup
C- A. Yantrees, of Butler, was
a visitor here yesterday.
Wanted --A farm of SO acres.
Dr. U. O Deputy, Rich Hill, Mo
Will yodry has a lame hand
the result of his experience with
a cannon cracker on the fifth.
Robt,. Johnson and family, of
Rut.ler were amonc the visitors
Web Jones and his mother, of
Columbia are visitinp: in Rich
Mr. and Mrs. Linn Lopan. of
Nevada, were anions our visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Low Delmater,
of Nevada, spent the fifth in this
Jack Meek and family, of Ft.
Scott, were visitors here for the
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Insley, of
Nevada, were here for the cele
bration No rubbing required whatever if
you follow directions when using
"'Washclkan". Try it.
Miss Neta Hurt, of Butler
was a visitor in this city last
Miss Kittie Delatnater depart
ed for Kansas Citv Tuesday.
She will make an extended visit, j
"Washclkan" will not patch!
or sew the buttons on the clothes
but it will do all we claim for it.
Delbert Mcl'herou, of l'leasan
ton, was a visitor here for the
E. T. Montgomery and family,
of Clinton, were here to cc;le
Dr. Chas. OUen, of Kansas
City, is in this city, the guest of
his brother Dr. II. D. OLsen.
"Wasiiclean'' is the chemical
washboard and washing machine
of modern science.
Misses Gertrude Cheverton
and Margie Crabb visited in
Mrs. Joe Winehell departed
lor noints nortu on the noon
Miss Maudo Linve!, of Snyder,
Oklahoma, spent the Stli in Rich
Hill the guest of M. A. Kim
brou'gh and family.
We guarantee "Wasiiu.i.an"
to be absolutely harmless t o
clothes or hands. Try it just
OH Fortune, of Kansas City,
was down on a short visit to his
parents Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
Fortune of this city, Monday.
Get out of the old rut and use
the new and scientific method of
ridding your clothes of their dirt
by using "Washci.kan".
Kail Wilkinson, of Caney, Kan.,
arrived here on a short visit to
relatives and friends last Sun-
The most delecate fabric on
earth will not be injured by the
use of "WASia i.CAN" try it on
your lace curtains.
Jim Cook madj so much noise
morning of the iifth with his
anvils that part of the window
lights fell out of his shop and
the sound wiu heard all over the
jcouiitry in a radius of 15 wiies.
Sunshine's Weekly letter cf In
teresting News Notes.
Nearly nil of th K'c'th fol'
wen; in Rich I. I Monday eele
hrutitiK. Mr. Mrs. J K. Wilson it enter
taininii their children Mr. and
Mrs. James Hupton and family
of Alhi.i, Iowa.
Mrs. Nancy Fugleman spent
from Saturday until Tuesday
voting friends in Rich Hill.
Seems like Uncle Cap- Van
BenThusen is sporting a new
P. W. Lynch and son Oltie of
Peace Valley came up to Rich
Hill Mondav with a load of cattle.
Tiie sliding board seemed to
be the center of attraction Mon
day as we are s old fashioned
we never trv any or me new
slides or swings.
We heard James Borron of
Foster telling some of the Keith
people they would have to come
to Foster for their seed corn
next spring as tho;- were crow
ing the banner corn this season
but there is going to be some
fine corn raised or the prospect
seems that way now.
There was an ice-cream sup
per at Judge Marches Thursday
night of last week. The Sunday
school class upon closing their
quarterly contest found that two
sides were even so both had to
pay for the supper.
Ye scribe was on the sick list
and onlv staid in the park about
two hours Monday. Yet we met
quite a number of old acquainted
and viewed the street parade
We also got a slice of barbacued
beef. The only objection we
had was that there was not seat
ing capacity for half.
Miss Geneva Stevenson, of
Rronson, Kans., is the guest of
Miss Bertha Smith of the South
Mr. D.li. Hickey of Chanute
Kansas is in the citv looking
after his interests here and visit
If you are sceptic in any way
concerning "Wasiiclican" first
remember, there are those push
ing a wheelbarrow who can tell you
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cook of
Iola Kansas were visitors here
for the celebration.
Stella Hooper, of Cherryvale,
Kansas, spent the ."ith in Rich
Hill with her uncle M. A. Kiui
brough. Wamjci.kan" removes grease
und dirt like magic, by a harmless
method, saving the clothes from
the usual wear and tear of rub
bing. This is no joke.
Winehell Jamison and wife
spent Sunday in Hulter return
Miss Amelia Forrero 'arsons,
Kansas, is her e visiting her
parents Mr. and Mrs. John Fer
rer. Homer Kimhrough and wifi,
of Chanute, Kansas, who had
been visiting M. A. Kimbrough
and family, left yesterday noon
for Joplin, Mo., on a short visit
before returning to their homo.
Mrs Phillip Hartz and child
dren, of New Windsor, Colo., is
visiting with John V. Gene!) and
family in the east end. They
will leave for their home in a
Mrs F. M. KoonU and son
Edwin left Tuesday for Kansas
City after spending the 4th in
this city. Miss Dorothy, who
came down with them wilt ex
tend her visit until Saturday.
Miss Lelia Ualfiuch departed
for Girard; Kansas Saturday
where she will visit her aister.
CUILT MANY CENTURIES AG0
Discovery cf 6teno Archee In England
ll of Much InUrttt to tha
The discovery of four Kuhstantitf!
stone nrtlicR under the wrctei-n
facade of Hampton court palace in
1'nland irt nrousing great interest.
The discovery wan made during ex-'
rflvntinn. The arches are Shi feet
long and are parallel m ith each other
niui the palace entrance. It i be
lieved t hey were constructed to
bridge the moat which "lire iur
roiiiiiicd (he palace. The dale l'M'l
is cm on one arch. The tmace that
was occupied by thf nioat has Ion.:;
been filled in. The imnce covered
by the arches is Ftill somewhat
When the workmen examined the
arches they found a curious forma
tion on the inner sides, rcscuiblin::
sticks of horse radish, hut when
broken they showed a perfectly
w hite interior. They are believed to
consist of almost pure lime. Their
presence was due to the trickling f
moisture through the lime of the
stone work. Some are only a f t
Ions;. I, nt it is estimated that they
took ','00 years to form to thai ex
The close relation of inchriiiev hi
insinitr is indicated from the fait
that all forms of inanitv, from mel-
inichoin to imlccilitv, tire found in
inehriary. It is artilicial; it ln-gins
with a slipht maniacal excitation
thoughts flow luiidly; the quiet !
come loijiiacioiis, the modest l)M ;
there v need of muscular action ; the
emotions, are expressed in laughter,
sinirin'' and daiiein?. Now the es
thetics! ideas and moral iinpii!
are lost control of, the weak side of
the individual is apparent, hi
secrets revealed; he is dogmata
cruel, cynical, dangerous; he insist
that he is not drunk, just as the in
sane insists on his sanitv. Then his
mind liecnnios weak, his i-nnscimi
ness dim: illusions arise; he stain
iners, staggers and, like a paralytic
his movements arc uncertain.
WHAT IS A BILLION?
Great liritain clings to its own
numerical system and regards a bil
lion as a million times a million.
Rut America differs, a billion in the
I'uit'-d States being only a thousand
million. This is perhaps the only
iiistancu in which a thing is bigger
in the old country than in the new.
One has to go only a little way from
Kngland to Calais to find the bil
lion lessened; for France dignities
a thousand million with the name
of billion. They are wasting a word
in France in this connettion, how
ever, inasmuch as there is already
a word, milliard, to designate thu
Dumber. The Sunday Magazine.
A WILLING MARTYR.
Mary Ob. Kohert. t ymi lielicv
that t;erm et uprcail hy kifhlnx?
Hubert I duhiio ipilif. I. ut I in aw
(ul keva on Bclemllle i-xiei imenl.
HAD FIVE CAPITALS.
Rhode Island adopted il const itil
tioit ill lsp.' whwh named five enpi
tain for the state, designaling New
port, South Kingston, Ihistul, Fast
(ireenwich and rrovideiii-e as tin'
places for siieccs.-ive honor. In Is at
nil Ulliclldllielit restricted the meet
ing places of the general assembly
or legislature to two place New
port and Providence. In P'oo I'mv
idenc became the only wilt of tin
LAW'S DELAY IN AMERICA.
Justice William .T. (oivnor of thr
mipremi- court of New York is quot
td aii raving, in a public address th
other night, that '"the law's delay
is scandalous," and that, while more
rases are disi)stU of in a year m
Iondon than in New York, a tasi
nn ! heard in Ion.bn iimiit.li.it. 1
after it is brought.
MORE MONEY IN IT.
"I was just reading of u man who
ha a hen that can sing; uiiothi
man h;ot a Inn vhiih wlm-llrs nm
imitate ariou birds."
"I doh't i are for th'-se uiob-v ill
hens. A hen c' onld tuk to th
.1. II ItAim-.Y,
1. O O. I'.
Kpniuue lanlge No I'll' I. ( . I'.
linctH every I Mcmlny liluht. J. I'..
1) U U N. H , J. H. Itanev. Scr y.
M. W. A.
M. W. A. Camp meet every ecel
mid fourth Thursday nllit In em h
m m'li Alonxi Kills V.C., l. M
Hit. le School every Lords Day l.
a. in n ioxev .um.
I'reiieMnir Service every secoiel
aud fourth Iord Day Inem li month
tl:a in. and 7: p. m. AWo S.it-
uriliv iM'foro at T:lin i m.
li. II. Kovpncl
M K lliureli Moutli
t'.llile Hihoiit every Sunday at )o a
in. I. .M . ' . rmxiim " Kiipi
Preaclili n service li i r- I Sunday of
eacli mouth 11:0" a. in and T .i'i . in.
J. K. SfCH
Give J. H. Raney
The Soldiers on the March,
The four companies of the FUh
L. S. infantry who will camp
Hereon ine iui 01 is monini
pissed through Kansas City ;
Tuesday. Arrangements have,
been made for them to camp at
the Fair Grounds. They expect ',
i) reacn .evaiuon me sixteenth.
Hung lady Injured.
Miss Gertrude Marsh was in-j
jued on the tilth. S nne caieless
person accidentally shot ht
ear with a Roman candle.
injury while yuite painful is not :
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traits of students in positions-(
testimonials, specimens of jien-
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list of 1100 students in attend j
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Real Estate Transfers.
Reported by lisle & Weeks.
I. W . (i( U 1 to ,lese I. .Milan
lot -i blk i. P.t 1 l.lk !, lot 1
1.1k 8 South Drexel Mo
Josie 1- "Hie toS. K. Tori l.'ii
wr J Wet Toint
,, DiivIh to C .It. Home a.
Here ce !' I'.at Poone
John It- Whistler to inivnll
PiTclval W m-re we -s t'lmr-
.lohu K. Whistler to iniviill-
lVn lval M acre we hur
lotte Win. ! Wlnwtoti mid wile to
Mary A. iinii lot & V 'i hlk
Willlaiii ld Kkh Hill
Marv A ami J olid II.U.imnl to
I,, y. liciali lot 4. und
(iertrude A. M.tiry to (ie..i
t. Thoinpwoli li UCK ee 'M
2()c lurOnc Vrar
All customers buying goods ol
us after Juh will save 0o on
the dollar by our new copyright
ed t rude chock phi n.
Ask to see our new Special f,
Conyers t Conyer
Read the Tribune $1.(K per
The Section Foreman J. K ;
Davis and his gang at this phu e
tins been oiseoniinueii. We are
also informed that the gang at
Rich Hill has been laid otT and
that the entire branch is und. r
the supervision of S. Mooie at
Hume and that he has been fur
nished with a motor car mi that
he will bo enabled to make quick
transportation fro m point l
point i n the road later we not
iced Sol and one man go by on
his handcar. Don't know about
this motor car huincsH.
Mrs. H. Clay (Iwinn. of Liber
ty, Mo, is visiting her patents
Mr and Mrs. (Jeo. A moid norili
east of tow n this wei k.
Kd. Crabtiee, who has been
visjtii.g relatives down in Okla
homa for a month past returned
home last Saturday
Report all news items to J.
H. Raney. Then )ou will get
ail the news
Frlfco lliue Card
No. Is-. 1 W"er
No. ISO. Mixed 4.00 p
j Til A INS A II III VE.
jNo.ivi. muc.i io.i.u,. m
I No. W. Pimwimer 3,:i p. Ill
No. sS leaving nt It 3't u. in.!
make cotnieetl'iii at I.lntoii fnr;
p. il li In aot t h let si t ll Peel ttu'll,..
f.i. ." w,.,,t I'IIIIitult Jiinlli. ami
Ni 1SI I .ivlli at 4:0t p. 111. ei.li
liectsat Pleaaiitnil w ilh KiliiHiiklMt .
train and it im train for I t Se.itt
A driven at KnUMm City ! o' p. m
Arrive at I t. Scott b.'lo p. in.
il o P. CllMIVI ii A u t
Members of the Go Operative
iRuii.ii Association on account of
the death of G. W G.mnaway
(and .John I'ouclv the ' and ''.
! assessment is due in July.
R. J. Month,
'"Met ween the wA-ood ai third
Uts," slid the wjin alnar ris
n tin' lii-t our in tk.n VWar .? Ikm
-'lay, '"1 !t"id my eaam '.i
Her the railing nM ir- Ml k't-
i ri. ki
nil -nne woawiii s
she streamed and so d;d I, not !
;:1IN' she w.is hurt, but on g.ln r.il
rmeiili s. She )i,id mi (on mm h
ilir to feel the slunk. The ghescs
niliit'.i i d fur a sii ond on her cushion
if pull's nil. I curls, tie ll slqjcd oil
;iito her l.i j i. Tlide win a hiile --
Iteiiielit, I, lit .(HltV S'V'll eurvKddv
juieted iluwii. 1 w.is u.in; down l.i
lpo.)gie, .but the li-her ill the ill-!-'
said he would nil- lid to thill for !'.
'And be sine to I rill; InV om I;l
gt;i"i b.lik.' I s.lid. 'They nro nn
..peii-ie pair and I can't alh rd to
'Ilefure );e came li.lt k I llolteed
that my victim had moved, hut be
brought the glasses. '1 ha trouble
was thev were not mine. Im-tcad of
the $.' p.iir 1 had dropped he hand
ed me a pair of the kind ou ran
buy in hiiv department sioiv fir
!k-..4!l. Wlim 1 told him that he
said h was sorry, but be thought
the hclv had gone. She bad, and
my opera ji.is.-is had gone with lier.
Uf coiii 'e, thr ei hange may have
1m II llliillteiil inuill on her prt, but
the iimre likely Mipp.iitioa I. that
the unman thought she w as jn-t ili. d
in collecting; drtinag. s fur the at
tempted (issunsiwiil ion, Miel I duii't
know that 1 iu blame her."
Ijortrmt Clrrut ntlon
in SpriiKU Vicinity
SpiMiuo lonked liko a de.sortrvl
village indeed l,t,t Monday. All
of her citizens celebrated t h
L'lorioiis fourth nt Rich Hill,
Jfhn lo came up Siitnrday
lorh', vpciit, Sunday with home
Iks, celol. rated Iho fourth at.
J Rii h 11:11 Monday nod retumed
liiis ttiirli mi the Diedge Boat
' ill the oM-ning
and Mrs. Li.vlo. Snow, of
H.irri-onvi!ie. Md t is visiting at
J. 1. Kelso's this week aftr
c lelirating Hie fourth at Rich
Mrs. C. IJ. Frank and daugh
ter Miss Anna arrived home hist
S.iturd.iy from poirts in Okla
homa where thev been visit
ing for .m'vi ral djjs pvt.
Mrs. KUi. snd bby boy,
of Avoi-o. Arit. is vijting h a r
parents Mr and ?Jr. J. K.
Kelso. Tois weolt her husband
J lniliand Mr. Dw ilp. Lee wn
; intet.dinc to acemntiaii y her but
lemjld imi 'i t liis nITiirs in - I ; i f.
i to I.mvo j 1st at, this ti ii". Ft
expect! il to arrive later.
! OiirrtMd overseer J. Jordan
'eng.ig. d (' L Merritt witii hi
' tin eiog engine to pull his road
'grader tln days la-t weeU and
they certainly :riHiid sonio road.
, I f Ja o' can't wet horses he'll u
lo ad the Tribune
thing le-lp it a!"tig.
It's a good
Vllssonrl I'tieilie Thiin Card.
Mill I'M IIOCMi. N r. I.OM on . r.
i No. g"S I'avcf 11:.'. k. (
No, Jpl l-aves p.: p.m
No. S'lti l.cioin .4'1 n m
wot ri mi. fT. miiTT rRirmi..
No. 4 iT l-ave
No. -txa Leave
l :4,'i. m.
h.:S . at
HOC I'M it tr I.
.rrir 5 :." n . at
-'u? Arrle 1;0 p. i
ja.'i n l lu.i p.tm
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NO. 4s Arrlv
So. 41'1 Arrives...
r r m til .
... 1 i ;4-. p. m.
10 07 p. n
Shoe-strings, Tolish, UrusbfS.
South Sixth Street.
All . Dtalcrs
j SIM. I. TMK
i Melrose 5c Cigar
Heck & Ruble
Your Life at Stake
When you nred medicine jou
(jt the lowest qu.tl.ty ptepareJ by
compcttnt diu,;j:sts at
Harris Drug Store
fcl lie Moonshiners' at Alrdorat.
I.nst Saturday and M'tiday
nii t tin' Phillips Sawyer Slock
Company presented "To Die tt
Uawn" ut the Aii ihnne to a laro
and uppieoitativo audiences. The
play was is.d ami he parts wi ll
takt n. Their hill for Friday and
Saturday nicjht ia "The Moon
shiners." J. W. Kakolraw lately of Dal
Ins, 'IV xa was h pleasant caller
at our ollico ves'.M-da.v afternoon,
lie i hero on h visit to hi dauh
tern Mrs.. lt.Kiik und Mr,(Jlia.