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f LOCAL BltlKFS, J
J. M Johannea took a business
trip to Kansas City Tuesday.
W. R Tygard went to Untlt r
Tueaduy on buainesa matters.
Danker W, W. Ferguson made
a business trip to Nevada Tue s
day. Postmaster Martin went to
KunsiiH City Hnd
Mr.-. M. R Smalley, of Hume
van in the city calling on friend
IWhI Clerk Harry Drown vis
Hod his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth
Mrs. S. E. Whipple WU r1
the Tribune for another year at
Harry Barber, of Dutler, .spent
Sunday in this c ity visiting his
cousin, Ivoss Junes.
Miss Jessie Cosper passed
through the city on her way
hotne to Nevada Tuesday.
Mrs. S. A. Miller is entertain
ing relatives from Nevada, M.
and Kansas City. Kansas, this
There has been a slow drizzling
rain from Sunday to Wednesday
but not enough waterfall to help
The school board lias decided
to extend the school year one
month longer, making the full
.school term nine months.
Mrs. J. W. Porter 'returned
home Tuesday from a visit to
relatives at Knobnoster. She
feels much improved in health
by the outing.
T. C. Welch entertained quite
a number of church people as
did also Wm. Chapman. Our
neigldwrs did themselves proud
and were glad.
Miss Ida Crabb pent a few
days at home this week, but de
parted Wednesday for Hrton.
Kans., where she is engaged as
trimmer for the season.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C, Nafus en
tertained quite a housefull of fel
low church people, during the
letter day Saints conference.
They know how to entertain.
News came to the city Tues
day that Jos. Helton, aon of Alex
Helton, formerly a baker in the
city, died in Kansas, City Mon
day and wa buried in that city
Tuesday. He was married and
leaves a wife. Eighteen months
ago his sister Georgie died. They
lived in Kich Hill for many years.
The Epworth League of the
Walnut at., M. E. Church held
another of its interesting meet
ings at the home of Mrs. EWe
Strickland last Monday evening.
After the regular business iscs
aion, an interesting program
was rendered and a pleasant Ko
cial time enjoyed until a Lite
Tho Sunday achoul convention
and conference of the letter day
Saints church, extending from
Friday of last week over Sunday,
was a great auceess, both in at
tendance- and spiritually. Quit
a large numler of preac hers and
lay members in attendance,
Among those in attendance w
note Miss Margaret Dclhr, ol
Arthur, Misses Pempsey and
Mat.son, and Mr. and Mrs. Keck
of Nevada. The meetings ere
greatly tnjoyed by the entire
membership, and is said to U
t!e lest cxmferencu ever held by
Walnut Street M. K. Church,
Preaching aerxices at thii
church each Sunday at 11 a. m.
and 7:U0 p. m.
Sunday School at 0.45 n. m.
Junior Lvcgue at '2.M p. m.
L'pwgitb Lv a juu at tj 'Jl) p. lu.
rnyxr irsctirt; tu Thursdiy
fvening at 7:30.
Tho public are cordially invit-
td to attend.
1?. U. TchtutcFi i&tor.
,1as. Smith has taken up his
residence cm the Deal farm.
Dr. I j. I Am h made n busi
news vi-.it to Sheldon yesterday.
Dev. Andrew Wilson, of Reav
Icy, took a trip to Kansas City
Kev. W. II. Virgin is assisting
in the revival meeting at the Dap
tint church this week.
Mrs. J. K. lh.les vent to Ne-
vada last Monday noon to visit
friends and relatives.
J. 11. Kerns, just east oi town,
was in the city last Saturday look
ing after matters of business.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Shackel
ford returned Sunday night from
an extended visit to relatives in
Kansas and Texas.
The revival services at the Dap
tist church have been in pro
gress all this week and much
good is resulting.
Miss Lillian Strong, of Colora
do Springs is in the city visiting
the family of her brother Rev.
Strong, of the M. E. church,
Simon Loeb has returned from
Fayette, Mo., where he has been
for sometime past looking after
Leb k Dros. business interests
at that point.
Fred Hughes, who has had
some difficulty with some play
mate named Yorich, has been
sent to the reform school by de
cree of the circuit court.
W. S. Stewart, the barber,
took his departure for Joplin on
Monday where he will engage in
the barber business for some
time, and probably permanently.
We number among the Tw-
mSK readers for the next year
the name of Mr. Wm. Youard,
the efficient engineer at the wa
terworks station. He likes good
Mr. Jacob Lowry had an incip-
Kent blaze at his home last
Thursday that threatened dis
truction, but the timely assist
ance of neighbors put it out and
saved the property.
Tho Epworth League lunch
eon of the M. M church, south.
held at the home of Miss Rose
McMullen Tuesday evening, was
i financial success and much en
joyed by all who participated.
Geo. Mead, a veteran of the
Civil war and a highly respected
citizen of Adrian, died suddenly
of heart failure last Sunday
while visiting a sick friend. He
was a member of the G. A. R.
An elder of tho Litter day
Suints church named Paxter has
been preaching lately out near
Prarie City and succeeded in
gaining one eonveit, a Mrs. Mer
chant, whom lie baptized into the
faith of his church.
A house occupied by Mr. J. C.
Hicks, corner Mh and Spruc e,
caught tiii last- Thursday aud
was badly damaged. During the
conflagration n chimney fell,
striking fireman J. W. Daker and
cutting him quite severely about
the head and shoulders. The
household goods were mostly
saved, but the house was ruined.
The building belonged to the
Missouri Sittings and bun Asso
ciation f St. Luiis and was in
ln Wediud.iy evening of lant
week, Mtiivh 1st, at 5 o clock at
the hotne of the brides parents,
Mr. uinl Mrs. J. C. (IriggH near
Keaxley, Miss Maud tiriggsund
Mr. Jos. Kobintoti wtiv united
in the holy ImuhI of wedlock by
Dev. J. S. Allen, of tho Daptisl
ciiurcn. iMnn oi tne.se young
Ikh)K? are well and favorably
known in this Motion ami belong
to the fumiliesof our ln-st pecple'.
Tlit y viil tjko up tlitir rc .-iJ.sc
tu Kich Hill and nettle, down at
onto to the real duties of life.
May they live li:g and prosper
itii'J wjtUv tb'J ii2V?s. .
Oaajra Convert! Ion. J
The K.-publi.ans of Osage
township are requested to meet-
in mas convention at the cityjc
hnil in Kit h Dill, Saturday, Mar.
11, llKJD, at 2 o'clock p. m. for tho
purpose ofnominating candidate
for township offices to be CU-
ed at tho ensuing March e lection.
G. A. XA MATCH, chin.
Kockvflla liepnbllcan Conten
tion Tho Republicans of Rockvile
township lyet in covention at
Kockville last Saturday and nom
inated the following township of
ficers: Trustee and Treasurer, W. E,
Township Collector, Clyde
Clerk and Assessor, D. D. Col
linsworth. Constable, Wm. Walker.
Justices of Peace and members
township board, H. II. Bishop
and Theodore Marquardt.
District No. 1 Sam Preston.
District No. 2 John Wilt.
District No. 3 Motts Kern.
Pat Shay was chairman of the
meeting and C. IL Witteberry,
Notice to Teachers.
An examination for granting
teachers' certificates will be held
in Dutler on March 24 and 2o,
1903, and the subjects will be
given as indicated below:
Friday - Geog. 8 a. m.. Gram
mrr 9 a. m.. Algebra 10 a. m..
Spelling 1:30 p. m.. Language 2
p. m., Arith. 2:30 p. m., Litera
ture 4 p. m.
Saturday Reading 8 a. m.,
Civil Govt 8:30 a. m., U. S. His
tory 9-30 a. m., Advanced Sci
ence 10:.'t0 a. m., Physiology 1:20
p. m., Pedagogy 2:30 p. m., Ad
vanced History 4 p. m.
Second list of question will
be given Saturday, on Literature
and Algebra, so that teachers
who hold a third grade certifi
cate and are teaching may have
an opportunity to raise the grade
to a 2nd grade without loss of
Algebra will be given Satur
urday forenoon and Literature
Work wiil begin promptly at
time indicated at the West School
Duildiug. H. O. Maxcy, Supt.
Cli5 Thompson, a former Kich
Hill boy, noxv of Sedalia, was in
the city last Friday on a abort
business trip. His many old
friends were glad to teo him. He
called at the TuiiiCNE offlcv.
Tho TiiiWNK very much re
grt:t the loss of one of tho best
and mot faithful correspondents
the patvr ever hacL "Ezoke"
was always pnunpt and correct
in giving the Deax ley neighbor
hood news. It was given so as
not to offend the most critical
and at tho same time was highly
entertaining and pleasing to
everybody. We recognize the
fact that cot respondents are not
easily fou nil and when we get a
good one wo want to hold them
and endeavor so to do. It is not
often that one remains w ith a pa-
ler nix years but this has been
"Keeke" time and has only been
excelled by one other "sunshine"
Since those txxo first graced our
colum quite a numler of others
have come and gone with the ever
shifting events of life that goto
make up the news that fill the
columns of newspapers. With
tnemaU lias gone tbc giKt will'
of the TKIBCNE m it irots with
Micuojim t.'iei .4 h-.j u.a
tkMMkr. HW ir.M nn.
UM M4 ImllMkMfc Iv. i,
L rr,'!". f
C. G Harnett apent Sunday wit a
Il-refier I trill h in m tirtml
flic frotn Turaday morj in ,.
d tuxm. tin. Slater.
Mie Prrtta l'ntcrard made a
baam a call at tL TatntKX ofTice
lat Friday. She baa gotten over
her threatened pnttttnonia anJ
ktemi about at well a ever.
Ktv. E. P. Andrrton, Vitxxilox
Elder of.tbe Walnot St. M. E.
church, paaaed thtoujh tf e city laM
Saturday and was teen ai tb depot
by the new pantor. Key. K. IS.
Templctod. Tbi wh their firtt
Mr. Dan Smith, who resides in
Line Oak township, was united
ia marriage recently to Miss
Sallie Wix, daughter of L L
Wix. Both are worthy young
people and we wish tbera an
abundance cf prosperity.
Opt. C. D. WmcheU departed
last Thursday evening for Liwton.
Okla. on a vacation visit to tit
daugbttr, Mr. Coll Orr. He will
be gone three or four week and
when be returns will bring Mr.
Wincbcll with blm. Couldn't tay
away wanted to tee iat nacietake.
A daily paper for f LOO a year la
onietblng the public baa loos devil
ed. The CMcago Dally Kcrlew, a
delightful fAtouy dally Riving all Im
portant new, market rrporta and
many totrreattae: department for
men. women aod children. U cent to
aorMrrtbera for f 1 a year. Ij eeuta
for month, M recta for 3 month.
Subscribe to-day. address. The Cbl-
cao Ivlt?w Co., 335 Coca-Cola o
Building. Cblcairo. IlUaola. o
Several oi the Kich Hill friend 2
ot Mi. Clela Ay ret concluded to O
o:ganize a party and take the g
vounj lady by turpriae last Friday g
night. Tbey chartered vcbiclrt g
!rM-. in con-c)ances and took op;g
firit hue of marcb by twos, fuurs'g
i.d kizxt, aud arrived juit in titoe g
tc iret in the tumriw in vnt thirtr. P
and enjoyed by the honest a jg
much at by tbc bostt. The even- ! g
ing iwa apeni in cbe mot pleasant
Hliii)r aud cacti departing gtirC
ook with tberu tond recollection
of the eveningt entertainment.
rosr SUsiif j SUn:o&$,GratU8S
Will be found at the Spencer
Sublet, at the northeast corner of
Kich Hill; and will ttatxi at Si 5.00
for a livicg foaL M:-i:t
(Trout laat ni )
UUa Slater, of Kkb U1U. caroe 1'rt
day, the :ith, and tuade a few day
vUlt at the faouvt of Mra. UalolltK'.
tiraodpa Neptune who bad lvn
kick about a year, died at the home
of tiU on, north of town, Friday
eve at 7:10. Ttte fuoeral win held at
the houte Kubtxtlh at a. ru., and
ttie lod waa laid to reat la liall-
The mild weather I. making the
,rt. of all rejoice, except the coal
bearta ot alt
Mr. KtTwy of California, caiue
on tbeSUnona vUlt.
Mr. Kt-lao jcare a Ulrtlidny arty
tn honor of their tavobd daughter,
Mli Inna K, wlh Iter a
n-turu of tunny happy annlvrrwarkst.
Ctiaa Ivlk'y baa moved oa a place
tutk-a onthraat of town, where
tue lU-dl lirMi. nved.
There will U a bos aupprr gtwn
at the Cbrlatlaa church oa the ev-u-Ug
c-t tbe lltU of March.
Mr. Kc-rwy hna aold hi farm to
Mr. Iluffak.-r. ot llilnola.
Mr. Chnrksi Vluterlotto&t U ittuv.
Idk to Mr. Arutatrocg'a place near
lUch Hill, .
The aitorch by MU lltmua Cnlty.
lu-puUWan candidate tor County
N ho4 Sutirrtntemlont. Uat Katar-
dayevrniug at the etiUep. waaaa
eartasit, a-tu4bk'ssh, wltkh atoa
that ah 1 wrappr-1 up la education
al work. Vxe bi-ie a be IU a
ibauee to Unw ler al!Utk- aud
carta-atotea ta tho work.
Tho' we are haxtutf some gloomy,
daiup weatUr. jtt we ni.-d tLara'o
for the wvlla aud cHUrua t!.i
hnxa treQ in-ttttig low aod dry.
tuaklutl very luovuxcul.t irUt
I bVi.- V'" .'4-
a few tn iwiiwrM a uitw -n t.
Thlric ara quiet aa th l.im rw
lrebiv.y ttlUi atart.sl at artuj
i il r im fo a h P-,r.-i
I'ub'lC C'Til v j - .tj
P'"I" 'i - -a i n I f.tp
tiom lb mi) uxdtt l,ouMr
wl Kurnt to ir-t or tjt it (
erry umt We rot m
pCt J (J to f.Y nT pfemjai
lot the pf iviifijc of itti.nz at ivm
tot oa ati ej'ial e feel re
thai it i to )or intttett - j;ie lie
bm mudunt iht preffirr.ee.
Ke v it-,T thmct, con,pte
4!ity, pner fd other cooJ;tCK
and e ftl mrt ccincti!:
you ui our abut))-, r.J re joor
intetet better tsia any mad order
boue on earth. We mean fcoine
and want your t-.uioet aq-jarely cn j
N. J yHA Vli L. ScSi.
Rich Hj!L NevaJa and Lasatr Ho.
March cimt in hke a ls'iib and
ha been very laabJiLe t?:u far
with a gentJe, rain Sunday and Stin
day nigbt. The hrrt ram for tCTer
at mantha, There bat t-eea mote
tnowrthepat winteT tiaaa we Lave
kn3wa during our 25 jeara mi
dence ia Datet county aud Ie rtia.
thaa tba It it
tvteC ao other
CalIfor Coupons for Busy Bee Graphaphcne.l
Order cf Peilitttisa.
ST ATL OF M Is-SOLKI
County of Uate.
la the Cltvuit Court ot BaU Coun
ty, Missouri. March C, TUe
State of Mlwauri at the n-Utton ami
to the o of C. 1-- Jobnaon. ts-Oftl-clo
ColUsrtor of the Keveaue of liavve
Count v In tin State of MittH,
jdalntifl v-. Jacob S. St.xre. WJIe
llv 1 nxxt l.ip .t.'.ilMV. t.t t.1Vr.
(.111 action fur dvliwiueat tait.
How at tbi diij coumsi tbc plala
tift herein ly her attorn. y U-torel
the Ck-rk of tlh? Urcult Court oil
Batce County la the SUU' ofMvj
aourJ. and ck lu-r rtltlon and affl-1
i.i it iinj i.i.tt,ii 4jt!-r tilings!
' " . . . "
tuat tiie aiKve uaiutsi ot noiioi,
I'ulJJW mait anJ IHunn Stare, are)
r.,n.r..i.i..i,i. 1 j im ntat rf xjia -
ouri. UvrruiKn It U oMt-red by
thetYiurt, that ttw dvbodaata I
tollnsl by j.t4k-ati.u that pUlatiS
ha couimcawd a fuit asaial tlou
la thU courtly Is-.Ulua aud aaiJa-
tlttbeett aal j,-ri-ral B.siureef
wbkh la t ecK-rve tt.e iw-u of the
State of MuHriri lor tii t5i.-;ia.tHnt
Ia i4 tlte ytara 1C and l.Xt
HinouutUii; la IU ttrvaie to thv
am vtii.-x: tos-ttt-r XftttB latvrral.
cota, coinuiJiu and fcs-a, j'.a
Hm follow mf dt.-rii-.l tract id
Uud nii-.i.tto! ia lUitt- ounty.
ottri, tivwtt: Faot t'.t bl . t-Kk
O. la tl? ticy ef I'.nU H IS. anJ tlial
uuk-w lle A ilC u.l.iul U- u.l i
vsa al tlw id i ik-ria .- n-urt
to t Kj'iU auJ h4diu la tK- niy
cl B'tT, l -ts; vcuty. Murl.
catla rrt :.' uJjy ta May. lx,
atj c-t cr lui- the d? tUr
c!. Z'-l to ui4 rxt:tl. a.-
iwrd.v l i law Mim" w.:.l It
Uk.- -j Cvir.--t aaJ j;---.vt
,1.1 4 4 .v.. ..felt li,'
1 .::. u w 1 tl -f v! a -.1-1
cd fvil -it 4.l to wt.iJ.f tU
. l It U t-irtWr or l.nsl by t.V
Court ttal a voj-y brtvif W pula -
Tilt: ri:iN'i i' a v. v. i'
vrii i:ai:ly n:vj v. i:x
or;k It i."! vl--f-J h-w
Uas-I.-r! a ra vr ;'-; yc-i
a&'I i tint 4u;ly. .ayr.
Well r.-a jr V-.y lzs .-s) ;;t
S. L AMES,
HAKES UFES VcVUK EASY'
AO tlsoaa Ktfie faaftarea tfcat texreaa gtxxi bet
ra ftxmd in th Cronett Dress Hno. Mor
atWwrficI vtrr.aa4 srre
(tma vboa gives comioru
A. CiOSSZTT. be.
Free with S20.00 worth. I
wetkfjr tcwpais-r j.rtaU-! ai.-I ''
Iinxi In Datt1 coaiv, yiuwuri.
lour e-ka uriT(c!y, tV' lu-t t -
crtion to t at k.t tLirtj- ! 1
U-fyre the first day ot tb. txi ttnxi
of kald court. A trtje roj-y 4 ti.e
'- Witnr) tuy ban-1 a. ctrk
OC1U t!i!VMl'l With li-r- M.t! (
' 1 - astj court t,rvu.-.ti .Tv-
ct. IKiw tt i'C i:i t'. it.
lar wt tLto th day .4 Mh.j....
J" A' 1 "V -tT'k
I t 1IY,C C t rk.
TliO tiiiie for the Spri:'vi iu!i
ery has come. We h t.e i. i-i
tK'iiie of the ndie.t !'
'Mgus, uie l-itest frv.!nt:s wi
X!i;t .i t- !:.(-
txMUHiul tluux ever.
We have also etupU-xl Mi
nU Vh ll.tt. ef Jcktiixir.e,
...... . , .
Iilto1' ,f "ir 1,1
Uung department t;.:s mmvi
J:ie comes 10 us xmni ;:.-i i u
most fush:oti:iblo n
of that city, where sl.e
!;.. N I.I
U J':!h':i rr tile J-i-.t
I s :is. :, n .s s rxevl ;i 1 1 : 1 1
mer -h at tJage asid l. It.
risss vf Uucagvv All v. h
our tuetlvisi ef lus;!;-s' !... w
kevporily the very l'-t ttif-fi.e-r-
You arv ii!w,l s sure t t ;;ie
stb if y.-u
S. 1 1 A M :
Mr.C. C.Lvk i:
iMii Uavrii CL:-,; 1 1
H.O br:io : L:..
Tt:e growi.i is et v
ivevl hy th.'- v
Wu l i'c;. tx;.