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Rich Hill Mining Review
Rich Hill Mining Review
Contributed by Caroline_House

Description: Mrs. J. H. Cook and little child...

Date: August 27 1903

Newspaper published in: Rich Hill

Page/Column: Vol. XXIII, No. 47, P3

Mrs. J. H. Cook and little child returned to Rich Hill to-day from their

Nevada visit.



Miss Bertha Marsh was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Robt. Johnson, at

Butler this afternoon.



Ell Wilson of the country south departed this afternoon for Peru,

Indiana, on a visit to the family of a daughter.



H. Loeb left last night for St. Louis and on to New York to buy goods

for his bug Loeb stores. He will be absent several days.



Miss Ninon Dooley, who had been the guest of Miss [???] Weeks for the

past few days, returned to her home at Butler this afternoon.



Miss Ida Hines, who has been the guest of Rich Hill relatives and

friends, returned to her home at Kansas City by this morning's Frisco.



Robt. Richardson, who has been here on a visit to his brother, Hugh

Richardson, returned to Ft. Scott this afternoon. He is in the railway

mail service.



A darky, giving his name as A. Love was badly injured at the coal chutes

at Nevada yesterday. The fellow was beating his way from Memphis,

Tenn., to Sedalia.



Miss Donna Geiger left this afternoon to spend a few days at Kansas

City. From Kansas City she will go to McLouth, Kansas, to visit with

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fisher.



W. L. Whitney is back from his trip to Louisiana (in Missouri). Whit

took a boat ride on the big creek and spent a few days down in Memphis.



Judge Graves and family return this week from Colorado.



Chas. James arrived from Butler this afternoon and has accepted a

position at the store of Howard P. James. It is a peculiar coincidence

that these two are in no way related.



Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Sailor, who has been guests of Mrs. Sailor's parents,

Mr. and Mrs. Jno. C. Taylor, went to Schell City this afternoon to visit

with Mr. Sailor's parents.



Governor Dockery has appointed Judge Calvin F. Boxley notary public for

Bates county....



H. I. Ebersole of the Monitor Printing Co., Ft. Scott, was here to-day.



Col. F. J. Tygard or Butler was down for a visit to the family of W. F.

Tygard.



Mrs. Jas. McKibben arrived home this afternoon from her visit at Kansas

City.



Mrs. J. W. Jamison returned home this afternoon from her visit at the

State Fair.



The home of Carl Gench at the corner of Fayette and Chestnut is being

re-painted.



John Hickey and Arthur Martin drove over to Hume to witness the ball

game this afternoon.



Mr. and Mrs. B. Loeb arrived this afternoon from Columbia, Mo., on a

visit to the family of H. Loeb.



Miss Lenora Clifford was a passenger to Butler yesterday to be the guest

of friends for several days.



Mrs. Ed McMahan, of Rich Hill formerly Miss Alice Kent, of this city, is

visiting her mother.



Ralph Williams has accepted the position made vacant by the resignation

of Fred Hanely at H.V. Geiger's.



Mrs. A. J. Stevens and daughter, Mrs. G. A. Hopkins, returned this

afternoon from a visit to the State Fair at Sedalia.



Jose Krieger who has been down from Kansas City to help the boys

"batch," went back to work this afternoon.



Miss Myra Frye of Rich Hill arrived here last Saturday and is now

visiting in the Wonder City, the guest of her friend, Miss Ora Carney.



Chas. McCubbin, known as Nevada's poet, was in the city this afternoon.



Riley B., Pat Liston's little horse, won the Free-for-all pace at

Decatur, Ill., yesterday.



Probate Court Proceedings:

S. E. Greer, deceased, M.M. Greer, admr, final settlement filed.

Nora Huffman, minor, R. B. Campbell, G & C, final settlement filed.

Jessie and Frank Youngs, minors, c. R. Walters, G & C, 1st

settlement filed

Wm. L. Feeback, deceased, Eliza J. Feedback, admr., final settlement

filed.

Lewis Razey, minor, Jno. C. Hayes, curator ex-officio, report of

sale of real estate.

G. A. Curtis, dec. Margaret Curtis, widow, order refusing letters.

Saml C. Mauck, minor, Saml C. Mauck, G. & E, final settlement filed.



Peter Crooks, deceased, Geo. Crooks, ex. final settlement filed.

Joseph T. and Ina M. Smith, Annetta V. Smith, G. & C, 8th annual

settlement.

Inman B. Doolittle, minor, Mary Doolittle, G. & C., 2nd annual

settlement

Henry Lutzenhizer, decd. Dee Lutzenhizer, admr, 1st annual

settlement filed.

Christian Schmidt, minor, Christian Schmidt, G. & C, 8th annual

settlement filed.

Abe Kruger, et al, minors, Katherine Kruger, curator, 9th annual

settlement filed.

W. I. Hardman, insane, Jas W. Hardman, curator, 1st annual

settlement filed.

Elijah Kline, deceased, E. F. Boswell, admr, 1st annual settlement

filed.

Robert Hamilton, decd, John D. Moore, ex 1st annual set filed.

L. F. Babcock, insane, Jno D. Moore, curator, 1st annual set filed.

Submitted: 04/25/05

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