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RICH HILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY i3, 1507.
f LOCAL BRIEFS. '
Oionr Kinif was a passenger
for Nevada Saturday.
.Beverly Young was a passen
ger for Nevada Monday noon.
Mrs. C. L. Phifer, and son
were Chautauqua visitors Satur
day. Marvin Gench spent Sunday
at Appleton City, visiting rela
tives. Ovid Miller departed for Kan
sas City Friday noon, via the
Mrs. Carl Gench was a passen
ger for Sedalia Friday noon, on a
visit to relatives. ,
Mrs. Henry Klumpp and child
arrived from Hutler Friday,
where fche has been visiting.
Mrs. J. W. Hrown and little
daughter, Irene, were visiting
friends and relatives west of
Editor J. D. Williams, of the
MeU Times, was in town between
trains Friday, bound for the Ne
Jay Wiison, son of Banker J.
T. Vilson, departed Saturday
noon for Galesburg, 111., where
h will work this summer.
Dr. Geo. G. Lane, Arthur Chev
erton, Dan Walters, "Happy"
Hulett, Claude Brown and Kenith
Berry were at the Chautauqua
A. C. Hess, of Sheldon, and.
Miss Atta Moreland, of Rich
Hill; and Ilobert Baldwin and
Miss Mabelle Harris, of Apple
ton City, wero married here
Wednesday by tho Probate
Judge. Nevada Herald.
Mr. Frederick Arnold, of Colo
rado, and Mrs. Ada Bell VaiiBen
thusen, of this city, were mar
ried in Kansas City on July 2nd.
They will make their homo in
Pueblo. The Tribune congratu
lates. The band boys from Hume,
who played at Fulton the Fourth,
apoke highly of their treatment
by the better clas.n of people of
the town, who were not responsi
ble for the "rowdies" who try to
raise trouble. But such an ele
ment is In every town more or
lests and booze is indirectly re
sponsible fr their conduct..
Wt CMARQC NO fCC
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FH( OriHlON Ml twMkit.
SttM it (Uill, Claralaat, tir.
MHO B. STEVENS CO.
MTM ITtltT, WAtHINaTON. 0. O
DR. GL N. SHARP,
t) Hl'GU I ST
And Manufacture r ct
Family Itamedlea. I I
Hare you a coua or are uff.'rtng
from a cold? It try Ir. Mian
CXM'OII AND UNO It KM II DY.
If you at troubled with Imitation
Of atoioavh trouble uae
For all pain and achea apply
UK LI KK
Thtee tented remedies hate cured
thera. thy. will oircjou. Try thorn.
'Eczema and Pile Cure.
V tl E Kikowlisit what It U to aut
fr. I wllljrlve n.r.K OK CHAlUiK
tninr afflicted a ionltlv cure lor
TVwuia. halt ltheuiu. F.ryalpelaa,
I'll. and tkio lMiwmx'fi. luntaut
.ii.-f. iKm't Buffer Iviuirer. write
V. W. William. 4i Mauhatlan
Ayuu". Nw ork. Endow tiup
Friftuli and ubiciihcTi to thit
ppr will conftr favor upon u
by OfJcriiij their legal noticei
printed in thi puper. Tf.ey cu
thin ic for IhcuntUc whether lit
Hurt In Mines.
James Woodson, of the south
west part of town, had & misfor
tune of badly lacerating his hand
Monday morning, at the Carr
Bros, Coal Co. mine which near
ly cost hira his life. With his
brother, Charles, they were en
gaged in pushing a car of coal
out on the entry when a chunk of
slato fell, striking James a glanc
ing blow on the head and throw
ing him back, fell on his right
hand, breaking the last three fin
gers and spraining the thumb.
Trie hand was dressed by Dr.
W. II. Allen and he is getting
along all right altho' it was very
painful. He has much 'to be
thankful for, however, aa it was a
narrow escape for his life.
Wanted for Forgery.
Geo. Miller, who wa fined In
Justice Jeter's court in this city
last Saturday for common as
sault, Beems to bo having plenty
of trouble. Soon after he left
here Saturday night for Rich
Hill a message came to Constable
McCann from Kansas City, in
structing him to arrest Miller
and hold him until an officer
could come after him. Constable
Stangle, of Rich Hill, was noti
fied and he rounded up Miller
and took him to Kansas City,
where he will have to answer to
the charge of forgery preferred
against him. Batler Dem.
For a Newspaper Man's Club.
A movement is now under way
among the country newspaper
men of the state to establish a
clubhouse for the use of mem
bers of the State Press Associa
tion and their families. The sug
gestion was first made by Philip
Gansz, of the Macon Republican,
president ot the association, at
tho recent meeting in St. Louis.
Mr. Gansz'a idea was that the
association should acquire a tract
of forty or sixty acres in some
location that would afford the
best advantage for boating, fish
ing, hunting and scenery.
A Small Elaze.
The fire alarm was turned in
Friday night alout lOulO o'clock
for a small fire in the northeast
part of tewn near tho old Itetcher
laundry building. The building
was only a shack bolontring to
Mr. Almy, who had omo car
penter tools stored thcrr in and it
is not likely any insurance waa
carried. Tho tiro boys made
enough time in going to tho sce ne
of tho conflagration but they
failed to start in time.
Lamsr Vln, 5 to J.
In the game of ball at tho fair
grounds Sunday tho Lamar Gal
loways chased the local White
Sox oft the field to a tuno of 5 to
3. Tho gumo was decidedly In
Itich Bill's favor up to the
inning, when an error was made
by one on our team lotting in
fourscores. It is discouraging
to lose a gsmeintbe moment of
victory but tho Whito Sox have
the material and may demon
Firit Tresbyterian Church.
Sunday School, 9.13 a. m.
Preachhig at II a. in.
Junior F.udeavor, CXl p. tn
Christian Endeavor, 7:0d p,
Presching at f .K) p. nv
Prayer Meeting every Thurs
day at ?:00 p. m.
V. B. Chancellor, Pactor.
Jos. lioavloy was up from Ne
vada Monday, to visit his now
grand daughter. Ha rvturnvd at
Curly Myers departed for
Ou:aha, Ntb. Monday noon, In
tho Interest cf;Th'3 Trackman
Kerada't Assembly Proving a Suc
cess In Every Respect.
The second annual assembly of
the Nevada Chautauqua Associa
tion is exceeding the hopes of
the management as a success,
financially, socially and other
wise. Although Cbuutauquaa as a
rule always come up to the stand
ard in entertaining features, the
people usually do not patronize
them as they should. But this U
not true of Nevada. Everyone
there seems interested in the
movement, as is indicated by the
large crowds in attendance from
Nevada and neighboring towns.
The opening day, Wednesday,
July 10th, was a record breaker.
The famous Kilties Band gave
two concerts which pleased all,
and it was a feature worth going
to see. The rest of the course
was divided up with lectures and
talks, inters ic reed with excellent
The Virginia Jubilee Singers:
were on the program for Satur-I
day and Sunday, and made quite'
a nit witn their songs.
Ail the lectures sx far have
been strictly high class and ele
vating in every respect. Sunday
afternoon the humorous dis
course of Father Daly was es
pecially interesting. Father
Daly is interested in the home
less boys and girls throughout
the country and his talk was elo
quent, appealing and interesting.
He gave some excellent exam
ples of the necessity of this co
ble work, and showed it was a
common cause, for Protestant
and Catholic alike. There were
other lecturers during the course
perhaps equally as good if not
better, whom tho writer did not
have the opportunity to hear.
In all the Chautauqua is a fine
thing for the people, town, etc.,
and should be encouraged by
All the World
know- that l'.alhird' Snow IJnl
uient )ia no aii'rior for Khoutna
thnii, SUIT JuintM, Cut. Kprslnw.
Lumltnjro and all jxtlti. luy Ir,
try It. and you t ill nin ny us Jt.
AnytuMly who ha u-d Ballard'
Snow l.lalnieut U a living proof of
what It doe. All ws nk ul you 1
to tevt a trial but Ho. I'riee, 2.V. '
and ft.00. Hold t.y Opera Drug
ali ii f-it ot.
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tirwow W ia CuJart
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All for . . . . $1.30
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Subscribe f.r Ti Thuvnc
A Victory for the Working Child.
The New York bglslalive aes
sioa, lately come to a do, was
oc of unuo;l interest in the
ma'.terof labor legislation. On
en of the tlr.st d. ys the r..gc
our BUI wan Introduced
prohibiting all children under
six'oen years of age working
la factories of the 6tate of New
York. This soon became one cf
the most popular measures of
the session. The especially val
uable feature of the law which
distinguishes it from any other
Child Labor Statute in the coun
try is the requirement that these
eight hours must fall between 6
&, tn. and 5 p. m.
Lively opposition against this
particular feature eft he bill de-
veloped in the lower house. Op
ponents denounced Ibe inelastic
ity of this arrangement as un-
reasonarjie, ana several attempts
were made to amend it. But in
the end the particular merit oj
this bill waa recognized, inas-
! much as1 it makes for real en
forcement. In future, factory
inspectors will not have to dis
cover how many hours a child
has been at work in any factory
but its mere presence their be
fore eight in the morning or
after five in the afternoon will
in itself be a violation.
A wave of public sentiment
carried thi hnn-.ani trpasTirol
triumphantly through the legis
lature. ' It was a fore-gone con-
UH7 w1 uugaes
would sign the bill, as he had
rec:omended this very step in
his inauguration message.
The law marks a real gain for
j-, . : . tL.i r- tt i 1
the working child. In New York I
City, especially, where the dis
tance between factory and home
is often very treat and the trans-
oorUtion facilities very poor, a
working child often arose at 5
a. m. in oraerto reach work at
fcpvpn nVlnrk. And pvpti if ho
leftworkat six o'clock, he was! MauW! is more to PritLao
forced to travel home in ihTfJ
great crush hour, when facilities
are at their worst and travel i? :e-iuii"ry with thoe otherwise en
must exhausting even for adult !aw- 11 u t5i approach to
men and women. : jthejurtyrvJ Nawriw.
This leneScent legislation will,
therefore, give the working child j wliT 0(',, a o rtain youn? Udr ia
an additional hour for kvp in!,hu ton" ,lkc l,,iw'u- M
the morning, and an hour for re- j ,,-v "f i"-rtj '3
eontir,n i ;..), . 3"oii"K l-dr the otlier day. Tbe an-
v t v uviwii iiaiia. tl Olllitll 9 '
Home Companion for August.
How to Do It.
Says an exchange: If vou tKt 1
your lttti tooter and tlien lay
away your horn, there's not a
soul in ten short d.iys vflU know
that you were born. The man
who jyrvthers mi mrtk-inn i
man who plows all day, and the!
man who keeps a hump ,0.; is the.
man who makes it p; v. llie!
man who advertises with short
and sudden jerks is the man who
blames the editor because it nov-j
er work, lue nan wh gets
the business ban a strong aud
steady pull, and keeps bis trade
and paper from year tc year
quite full. Ho plan h's adver
tisements in a thoughtful, honest
way, and keeps forcvor at it and
until he makes it pay.
Just the Sa
th Tlie ceremony
t e r.
wife began to wv:
Cop.v UslY. I
"Wbat'a the mattot?" ak thej
new husband. 'l never t ld you j
tlist I didu't know how to cook,")
boblH'dthobrivle. I,nvt frvt."!
said he, "Til not bve anvth!r.gj
tocoAik; I'm an od'.tor. Kx. !
Walnut Sttett ll. E. Churc a. )
Sunday Svluad st 'J.lj ;v. ui.
Junior l-.gm at 2.;U p. id.
I'pworth I a,:uo at 7 A p. r.i
lryer rovtirg cu 'll.urst.:.'.!
evorJr.g at SAM.
11.o puV-ic ru t t d. illy invit
ed to tttc;!
a f iw man
AnCugar Coited T&s to Tasrt,
Chew or Digest.
Tt naiita;:''p.ia 1 oa at N-fvala
acd tbe jfj!on tirt4 Aojwt .Ut'a.
If actios. Klou.!rtbaworts
thea why do wor&-a prwltt ia t'.'t- j
ins to kick a.
you :i know it a
Ixjre o f.iea iv;n at tLe tJUr
that It Is no wo&d-er ttTe .r o
Some girl are o cold hearted ttat
we god t -e wty ti"y ho&3d foa-"!.
tvaa 0f tbe wtb-r
Kriendhlp I a Bwirch cn tLf rail
road of life that oit-n mki rnasr
'in - tb rough one Ik-dfor tai2pris
It Io-n't matter tf a girl 1 a
teutiftil a a choice Cower, if
hasn't a n!r dlposft'on. le faiJ
to l? attractive.
Ilow brtathe a t'.zix of rtikf
when be a girt !nt &.Ans with'ty. M'.MoarT. to!t: X'S ti l-'ta
him Tor h! tnooey, wj-ial'.y w ben ! tow (S aodf'r(4t. fa t '.-r -st
he doesn't r)wacr.' "ifyt aod tity iY. la tu- I: - s
M.1I fo ComjMiB.T'a rrzl bA
, , J twin to Xtpf towa (fi" Ct v n-t Kica
, ,. jilii. Jil-MKitiri!. ITtlit'.-J f-r-.r
lfach.Id ta not taught obedit-nce utaura the tLt Ircalaata s'or
in lt' early tralaing.tber? wUl Kieiy named ti&ioi to ta- ao&e tit. -
! be a holy terror Jn the bouie a.ftr
; few ytars that will want to rxn
It U a poor plau to wait till ocr
frfctds are dead t oing thir pralwf
j when sometima a single word wPJ
l lift a drooping heart and oj-n the
ie-r to the bcaat! fct fympathie
The idea of holding diLonetr at
j a premium and raakicg thievet ld&l
a tab way to vie w life. DUbon.
ty new paya ia the outcotne. tot
i relnuullUB ioevnaute aua ne rraj
. nm c uc sonu.
f. -V-..- ... - " -
pi.'u-ea the p.McfRor on prouud of
j t'r ral;"'r wHd.-ati nj oe
; um nv lUDur oi iiw uucu joe vj
carvtal Mudy atid tlioro expUcatloa.
thutl write tire. l.lelttDlng;,
1 urfiMv unit Viutlioria In
ur.nre. In l-t ioi)jny ta
the country. Utt- unf
er tlmu ot livra.
that I write Lj Mock luaur-
uiirM In t li liiit,.tt. mill (il.Ut
Mock lt!uraN , n,
oMi-t an 1 lfirv-t l:ve kt-nh In
artne coiupauy ii lti world.
1 hat ! write Mriu Hllr
urmv in the iirli,'r4 Mmpj
iuil-r ltu.uruv i o. tln l.ri
company 114 kind ta the world
Tint I write Iturjftary ant
flute tit! luturnuxe
TliMt I w rite all kind of Hnrtli
autt l.tlilu lui.r.:iiV in tie.'
Aiuci ic.iu .ir ty t'o d Nrw
ork. lte l.rrt turrtjl coiu-1
puuy la A.t;i tWtK. j
ttuU 1 write Aeeid-f.t a.l
lteiith Ii'!r HKv, la i:.- Actual
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are uuiju.-ti,nrl npuudMi.
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fact bare o fater?t. eitber hxiit'y
or i?ri:y. and hare oevef t-a Sa
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tSe TrtttA- of the Methoi.t K;l
efi"sl Charrb aDd the uakaowe hrrin
of L'raaia .C JLattiu. dT3i. tie
aad apt-ar at thi "ourt. at th
Deit tenia thereof, to be tvrjn cad
holdea at tij Coart Hook 1 the
eity i4 Butler, Sa aid eoaotr. on tl
Crt Monday ta Xt.it.er. 117. an 1
I no ir f.-f.irr tit tint rtn.r .f
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jccpt fcereti piji'ine.). axr;::E
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A true copy frota the record.
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