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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 26 October 1905

VV7 01 I Mi 1 T I l ! Fiie Backbone giify Nation ' . is rood foodfood for brain, tood for orawn, food that Is Strcncthenins, that gives energy and courage. Without a proper appreciation of this great fundamental truth no nation can rise to preatness. As an article of food. soda crackers are being used more and more every day, as is attested by the sale of nearly 400.000.000 packages of Uneeda Biscuit, which have come to berecog nized as the most perfect soda cracker the world has ever known. And so Uneeda Biscuit will soon be on every table at every meal, giving life, health and strength to the American people, thus in very truth becoming the backbone of the nation. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY S fwrtr.iltlT oltfAln V mm 8. fttKl Kin tfm fcrvirt mi ret-ma,t lity. J or f rr bnok , Villi f If.. ! Special lionr-ttrkfr's ticket o 'mle. Oct. 17. Nov 7. mul at, D-c. 511ml IC). 10 Atkii'n. t ml .' y Ken-, .eh. New Mrx, OUa. TeK I.n. O1I0, Mo, Wyoming mid S. I) lit veiv low rate. K. A. 13.mi.ev...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 2 November 1905

Y S RICH E rnTTTTT7T7- JLJiil. volu.mk in UICII II ILL, MISSOUKI.THUItHDAY, .NOVIIMIIER 2.1903. So. 9 u is 30TI li Send in Your Renewal and Help Some Young Lady Get a Ilice Gold Match- Our Piano and Popular Girl Context has hardly yot bepun. A few have just htarted to cast votes and any young lady has an equal chance, if she begins to (secure subscription ritfht now. In order to help the Contest Hnd get the girls started at once, we are iroinji to give a beautiful $25.00 Ladies Gold 'Watch, FJjjin or Wnlthiun movement, to the one that brings in the most subscrip tions, (New, Old or Renewal Subscriptions) by NOVEMBER 7th. This Contest only runs about W days in all, a very short time, as we expect to close It in time to give the winner a handsome 4ui.00 HAMILTON PIANO for a Christmas present. On account of the large vote we give for new subscriptions they count up very fast. You can help some of the ladies out if you will use the blank below and mail your subscription direct to us. It...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 2 November 1905

75hc TRIBUNE ;i:o. p. jilckeiiy Editors sud riANNlli K. Hl'CKEHY Publishers lucifiiiLL "' m:-ovui I'ont rtve up hope yet; there sr nil,! Artec n vacant tablets In tho Hall of Fame. The fatuous turkey, fattening on luxurious fori), fed (hut be la popu lar. He U, too. Which would you rs'hr-r? Suffer from Insomnia or know tht you anore tike tuba horn? Moral of the Tagsnrt ease The man who teaches bis wife to drink whiskey is a fool. A livestock census la now planned. It hi odds on that there'll be do kick on tcUing age this time. Dr. Osier has evidently changed his mind. No one hears of his asking anybody to pass him the chloroform. In this his hoar of greatness let Mr. Christy Mathewson remember the fate of Pflug. He, too, was famous once. It Is a pertinent suggestion that the automobile horn should be tuned to a in us! 01 note. Even the awaa song la aoothirg. A Chlcagoan Is under arrest In Kan aa City charred with "bavin a; one wife too many." He might have only one at that A Russian...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 2 November 1905

Fungus Attack on Tlgrph Pol, Tha length of service of telegraph or telephone pol Is dotermlned In auction of th pole not mora than root or a foot and half long. Ia standing po' thla section extends about als or eight Incbe above and below th top of the ground. Thla ia tba universal point of atuck upon 'be Ufa of tha poln. and ta called Ita breaking point. Decay la tha arch enemy of these pole. It aft in at the ground Una and reaches both op and dowa tha pole, but only ao far a tha -condition exist which promote tha growth of wood-destroying fungi. few Inches below tha ground there la lack of tha necesssry oxygen and heat, while at about the aame dlalanca above grouDd the requlilta moisture lalle. Tha exact time at which decay beglna Ita work depends upon- tba ell mate, the character of the aoll and atrnllar conditions. In a hot, moist climate It ordinarily sets ia with great rapidity. But at best. In a very few years after the pole is set the struggle naa commenced. Tha decay girdle...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 2 November 1905

The Tribune. S .1 S 11. I. i fc i. KHIiri4 fbiuhre. bMlf-tlnlHataai nVf I TVr-.Mih. . Sli Month. . .. ..ae I Snl .0l po.iolTu. .1 Kkk Hill." kb ' !" "Sk ii-ty cannot exist unless a controlling iower upon will .nd apislite K placed poiiiewhero; anil tl less of it there is within, the more there must 1m? with out." Hurko. Uncle Sain has nearly -Ooo.tVui in gold in his treasury nml more coming. Members of Congress will loam after a while that it in dan gerous to le caught with stolon public lands in their possession. Tlio physicians nil over the country are after consumption and it wont 1m? long until they find its cure. This is theatre of investigation and no clas of pn fessional men aredointr more in this line than the doctors. Onty(?) Cl Thrown Oat. Those of our citizen who are compelled to wade in the mud on account of the ill-timed order of the City Council, throwing out sidewalks, are up ntrainst it, we mean the mud, until next spring, if not longer. Street Commis sioner Uriben s...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 2 November 1905

THE BAZAAR Ccmu in and seo us. You will find that wo havo our shelves fair ly loaded down with new and seasonable goods. In our Millinery Do partment the hats aro oing almost faster than we can get them made up. We have an elegant line of new Fall Silk. Just the thing for your new waist to match the hat you get from us. Anything a lady wants to be stylishly dressed can be found at our store. Remember our Shoe Department. S. L. AMES, BAZAAR. I LOCAL BUIEFS. 1 Joe Winchell pcnt Sunday with home (oik . Another liivy snow utorm Monday night.. Judge C. A. Denton wat in the chy tor a abort time Monday morn injj. i i i) My-r has rvcontlj hud hi.- ponsion inrrvtuwMl by rca win f Mr. Mayor wnitl in both army Hnd navy during tin war. Mi.Ktno Pipor has n'sign-nl h-r iHitim with the CowR-h- McKibbvn Mer. Co., and w ill bo nmwtlisl by Mis Maugio Van CIvo. A heavy anowttorm all day Sat urday, luh and muJ all day Sun day and rain all d.iy Monday with in 11, 1 .ml aluth continued, made up the weath...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 2 November 1905

fc cwm omm ot FMiOTK &w HILILOW CrtAPLFS MORRIS PUTiJER. Copyiltht by Ch.trlrs Morrhr Puller. CHAPTER XIX. rint Night In the Haunted House. The Inferior of the "Haunted Houae," with the exception of the front room, was In. fair order. There were al room In all, quit comfort ably furnished; end th kitchen waa oil alocatd with utensils and pro vision. I' poo entering the place the first thing to do waa to Iltfht the lamps la every room: thou to open up the prison door and allow Dr. Huntington and hla daughter to remain a while la conversation. While theae two were eonsollng. Lang and Wilson explored the house. "Wilton." said Ixnc. after satlflfj In himself that there waa no one within hearing. "Ton understand why f married Pearl Huntington. I mar ried her because I wished to keep her from the hands of Schiller, and to protect her from Insult. Have I acted Ihe man?" "Ton certainly have, Lang." said Wilson. "If I have done right. I want your . help to continue to do so. In order to ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 2 November 1905

. 4 ! : t ." -. : 1 ' ) t 3r AH'rlaMi' 1'rrpftration for As .tnf the bt'ionchs aitl IV navls uf Promote DiSciMionChrerf ill ness and Hcslon!ain5 neithrr Ojiimn. Morphine norMiucxaL OT Nahcotic. A-aVt, sum- yw,a Arx-rtVcl Remedy forConsCpa Tion . Sour Stomach. Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions . Fevmsh iwss and Loss or Sleep. Facsimile Stgnalurtor JEW YORK. i 1 CRICE. c!v23 Cta. '. IN OfE DAY WIPISE Miw cettt "on rri .,.. QII .FSO MONEY TILL . L. Douglas 3&3.??SHOESE. W. U. Dougfa 4.00 cut COR Lin cannot b equalled at any price. X W l .n .notfi a mahi a n tut n Mi- l tHIILM I HAH Ami Q1HW MAHUtAOtUHtA W. l r. t'' I ilM v iMf nr. ' rllrat mi l.( Up,. mn4 Hrnxtvraflnf yvfeJHWt, .ait4 lb Urft tlt o4 mmy H.tO . lt lkl OH ywi n (a f OI th Mtlv U rrtia. Il I M btla Wr te.lnrr IU(.lwt. M., th lirrnl la t wW am-Vvf i .i root anal iff wn'm Urt m4 u IH rani likfcrfv pmtt ! li l (mmI v)mfkl rufllrf W. I. laxi to J M Imc r IM tMX pradax I la Ik rtd. M I tll na ,h i).lhrmr MMI lh Nn MM la btr ai t...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 2 November 1905

t . f i I Every M M Meee of and Mepliew Uncle Sam should he deeply interested in what he ha mid about soda CMckors, because they are the one food with which all of tlicin are familiar. Untie Sam ha Riven out figure showing that soda crackers are richer in nutriment and body-building elements, properly proportioned, than any food made from flour. This is saying much for common soda crackers, and much more for Uneeda OlSCUlt, because they are soda crackers of the best quality. They are baked better more scientifically. They are packed better more cleanly. The damp, dust and odor proof package retains all the Rood ness and nutriment of the wheat, all the freshness of the best baking, all the puriry of the cleanest bakeries. Your Uncle Sam has shown what food he thinks best for his people. His people have shown that they think Uneeda BiSCUit the best of that food, nearly 400,000,000 packages having already been consumed. Uneeda HiscuSi lit NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY 5 Japan iui! the Unite...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 9 November 1905

rich iliiLL mi TEDS lraalf O volumi: 1(( H1CH HILL, MISSOURI Til UI18 DAT, SOirJlUIlU 9, 1SKW. LIU) U Xi o 8 o o o o o o o o o o o 9 v O O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Use the Coupon Below and Help Some Young Lady Get One Of These Prizes. 1 S400.00 PIANO The City. Mo. 2 $35 00 GRAPHOPHONE phone Co., Kansas City, Mo. a $:!... SCHOLARSHIP. Kansas City Kansas City, Mo. A. Sli.iK) WEHSTEKS UNABRIDGED DICTIONARY. 5. $10.00 HAT. Millor Sisters, Milliners, Rich Hill, Mo. ft. !n..oO REVOLVING HOOK CASE 7. $2.00 FOUNTAIN PEN. T!!E TRICliNE Z J z o r- QL X O Q D () hereby enclose $ ; subscription to THE TRIBUNE, for Address 1 The votes due from this Signed- coococooooeoooooooooooooooooooooooeoooooooKOooooo Distinctively Different, In Every Way the Best. i In-" tvuy (.lolie-lH'iiHR-rHt. li'iill.-ry iiiul exclusively It own. It I l-Mied twice Yery wre-k. A bg KKMI-WKKKLY wi-r. KiKht to ten luro riajrea every Tusday noil Krlduy. One Ihiihir H year. Nothiiijr particularly dif...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 9 November 1905

Wc TRIBUNE GEO. r. HUCKKHY fjANMK n. iiuckery I El S P Editor nd ublltiher F.Ui.1 HILL - MISSOURI Castro gets more ul'lniatums than jicfur postal card and hi wall-space 1 limited. Somebody suggests thorp Is no jute about the sex of Lucifer. This takes the angel cake. ' Nature Is pretty w!b, titter all. When she save Alaska Its cllmato h also tilled it with coat Castro la at present endeavoring to conquer the American language, lit may tackle America Itself next. The Pittsburg embezzler who pnt $10,009 In large bills into the Ore doubtless thought he tad money to oro. Three bears have bwn killed In Ihi Inth, but the dispatcher do not say what stocks will be affected by their demise. An Omaha negro has trained his dors to rob hen roosts, but water melon will hare to be 'lifted" In the same old way. The people who haTe been accus tomed to speak or the Atlantic ocean as the "big pond." bow call the Pana- sn canal a ditch. Statistics show that America makes snore barrels than any other c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 9 November 1905

: SHORT MISSOIRI ITEMS J.bulUm 1 :W1 Creamy Mint Tablet. There, are not 1lfTlult to make and t di lUloua a any bought for Kl t jr rent a pound. . One pound of pulverized or confectioners' ftugnr. thtee lablespoonful of water. ant five drops of oil of peppermint. Ka nt r.re of peppermint will not do. Mil half the (Hilar with the water la a orlu'n I. mil sauce pan. put on the fir and ttir until It bolls up. Take at once from tho flic, and tlr Into It the ri ( of iIih ur,nr and thy pepper mint. W'tii n thoroughly mixed return to the flie and lit It Ixiil up or. re utRln. Remove from the fire and pour Into little tin patty pan or drop on greased paper la wafer the nlre of a silver !ollar. The pan ihould l.nl e greased. If the candy I allow d to note than JiiKt boll It will show clear and be quite spoiled. When properly made it Is creamy white eon'ecllon, and it Tory ho'esome. The New Tu'bint. RtmiP of the most stunning turban ehow for their only trlmrr.ln breast and velvet ribbon. ThI s...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 9 November 1905

TI7 i Elegant New Dress Goods. A lim-. w.-'l ..i..,-t,.,l line ,-f the N,.w Fait l.!.ritsnt t- i ,i( i t m.n l..v pii.-c. A-1-: to sc.. 1 1 MM nt your cm 1 1 . - 1. 1 I ip .it . Vr vr. I t35o to $2,00 . 1 .-..,- II I O u ,.,,,1 . i ,i, values in ' depend v. I' ni"-,-.'cl in ' cimiiI'mh 'fy. MSM( II. mi h mv llnrN ottl I'a IO lhbrfl . $1.50 to 313.50. ua, (brlptlnKti ttt Yr H .! TW Vnnthn ....AO I bin, I. Uf , Rn-rt1 (t-Mmlltif la lh Ml ol CRtl th po-t !r i Kkh Hill, ""rH rt (Mil Th" Kussinns don't appear t be us ready ror ft liberal form of government ns they thought they wore. There seems to Ih b Ktrcnlc of tyranny through the Knsinn idea of government from the lowest HHsunt to the highest officers. Judge llohcrt E. Lewis, who wns the Kepnblicsn candidate for Governor of Missouri in 1K:I, and who now is judge of the court at Colorado Springs is prominently mentioned as the next Republican candidate for governor of his adopted state. His friends in Missouri rejoice in his success. R...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 9 November 1905

Rusii! Rush! iiusii We are crowded with orders as we never have been before. We have secured the services of Miss Kath-j leen Alexander, of Lyons Bros., of Kan sas City. Ladies if you wish millinery that is high grade, real works of art, get Miss Alexan der to make you a hat We make a specialty of stylish goods in all lines. Our Dry Goods and Notion Depart ments are up to date S. L AMES, I LOCAL BKIEFS. Mr. .1. Iitrson visited Harrison vill. Wi ln-d iy afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. C.;3mith, of St. lynjis, nrrived here tint, morn ing to visit friend. Capt. John Shockey from east of tin; rivor was in the city yes terday looking after business. II. Phiibrick and wms shipped two c;ir loads of cattle, and Jesse &tioleonec:ir load to Kansas City Monday ni-lit. T. C. Wikh, si-xton of tht com etT.v, has iJoiip on a iittohis f.fi iu-r h"in in lllumi. And a h- has IwM-n in the burying busi ness fur jiin-1 im hopes to bury t!i moro serious realities of life in a hvti or three weeks vacation ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 9 November 1905

OIARIXS M0RKI3 0111 JJi Tuffof cV Afnv aftWrrfW Zwntv, Z'i tf-n'Jr 'JJc. "TSrlKht 1905, by Chsrl.-e Morris duller. CHAPTER XX. Lng Condemned to FlfiM a Dust. After a few short hour of rout, Wil son and Lsng arose refreshed. With Pearl's help the twain managed to ram up sufficient food. CRSlly pre pared, which answered fur breakfast. With the Inlentlon of giving tin visible exetife to Schiller for further runlsh mtut. and realising thm promptness lu reporting for duty essential If thev expected leniency, they hunted Ropers up and gave themselves In charge. Rogers eond-irted 1-sng and Wilson to a cabin built !n the aide ot the mountain, situated In the north cor ner or the village. This was the en trance to the shaft leading luto the Jncart of the mountain. The mines were practically only a tunnel about 201 yards Ion? by 30 feet wide and 3ft feet hinli at iia highest, point, boarded up roughly, to keep the earth fom crumbling In and filling the anaee. Over a hundred men worked in this...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 9 November 1905

'A TRULYJDEAL VIFE HER KUSBAKOS CEST HELPM ia-oreii Health t the Groat fiourro of the Power to Itiaplr ami Knoouraaa -AU Woman Should Dwk lu One of tli motd, noted. ancceMtful ami Hi-heal men of thla cenlnry, in m recent article, Iiim kaiil, Whatever I am ami whatever hikthh I Lave attained in UiU world I own alt to mjr wife. I roia the day I first knew Inst alia bu Iirro an inspiration, anil the. greatest faelu mat of my life." fa Vl' j) I Sir. Hesti imley J To be each a snoceasful wife, to re tain the love and admiration of her buahand. to inspire hire to make the moat of himvlf, should be a woman 'a constant study. If a woman finds that her energies are flajnrin?, that she (rets easily tired, dark shadow appear under her even, aha has backache, headache, bcaring--down pains. ncrfomncM, whiten, ii-reg--tilaritics or the blurs, she should start at once to build np her avstem by a tunic with specific powers. such " as Lydia C i'inabawa Vegetable ui pound. Following we publish by req...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 9 November 1905

s t 1 I .fi, 1 y f I We CHARGE NO FEE VttHL IHt CASS II ALLOWED V 1 i J TRADE-HARKS. Etc teed eeee. ttvtrk sd deterietie e) liweetiei lee FBIC OPINION as I MteataSiiitf. C .rroei.c ceeSdeatiat. Crtsotieeed ISM. Brancket at CMcase, Cierelsad, Detroit. MILO B. STEYEKS & CO. 14TM STREET, WABHINQTON. O. C c r.nmntiy v?.r;n I ts. eiM rorciru n . f .let, a tui.Mlci.tKt.a o vt iuvvt)ULa sci -3K i (Opposite U. S. Patent Office Dffice 5 WASHINGTON D. Oou't Neglect Iiinurance. It you want good hre insurance, ilont forget that I rrprescnt one o ( ,' the best comp.n:., in .he United States. Gko. I. HvtKKBV. AVIR1CVS GREATEST WEEKLY THE TOLEDO BLADE TOLEDO. OHIO. The ItPKt Known Newspaper tit the Lulled Mated. CTltCULATION 1K5.00O. Popular lu Kvery State. Tin Toledo Itladi i How lntailed lit ItH new IniildiiiK. with a iiumIci ii plant and eulmi'iit, mid fail 1 1 1 (ijunl to any ptililli-atioii U'teeii New York and t'liUtiRo. It U the weekly iiewfpajH'r edited esprvwdy lor every State and Ter...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 16 November 1905

T JniIL(oiDl H aL VJL . no, aaaa' aLn '4 l-.Mim W VOLUME 1 KICH KILL. KI&SQURI. THURSDAY, KOVKMDFJl 10.1005, 0. 11 The Tribune's Piano Gontcst tO Gloss Dec. 9, at 4 P. EI. - Make Hay Mhile the Sun Shines. Our Pi;n Contest will close al 4 o'clock on Saturday afternoon December 1'th. Now is the time for the young ladies to get in their best work, and for their friends to help them. All cannot get the Piano, but thoe that work stand a good chance to get one of the follow ing: 1 S400.00 PIANO The Vernon City. Mo. 2 $35 00 GRAPHOPHONE phone Co., Kansas City, Mo. ;j :.-.X SCHOLARSHIP. Kansas City Kansas City, Mo. 4. $12. WKHSTEKS PXABRIDGED DICTIONARY. $IO.tHAT. Miller Sisters, Milliners, Kich UiU, Mo 5.t. REVOLVING BOOK CASE. Slixt FOUNTAIN PEN. Music Co., Kansas Columbia Grapho Business College, PENSION DLCISIONS tli. AmiUtAnt Secretary of the Department or tbo Interior. 0. z -J z o L o Q 3 (0 THE TRIBUNE VOTING CONTEST. 190 hereby enclose $ in payment of yean subscription to THE TR...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 16 November 1905

TRIBUNE ii:u. p. ju'i ki:jiv ft'ANNlE K. lUVKIIUY R i c i fin li7.". ' ." I Editor and y:.ssoini : fprnllnir of pun!. rould I'm Import. rii variety be described a a butter- I Will, IT t!it wotst happen thu crir ran ro Into vaudeville and pot i0t week. Some female eolleces have adopted the fixittiaM panic, .but they don't play In Company. It Is raid that a prima donna' voice "inirj a storm at sea. Probably the tdorm gave up In despair. ; College girl at Cleveland were dis covered playing rokcr. This may have fcten the class in a; piled society. A Chicago professor advises young rr.cn to make friends. Thi Is cer tainly better tban to make enemies. Admiral Train misfit nave avoided all trouble If he bad claimed that be mistook that Chinese lady for a deer. For several reasons the disappear ance of FohledonrstsefT name from the public pnnts will be a welcome re lief. , It Is estimated that $2'),0nn,f00 Is spent annually for siik hosiery by women who fear that they nicy figure lr. a wrec...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 16 November 1905

rrcMiNa scAL i.MG. S"l Tour lift. Cw-4 fcjr Cttnrs ScttM4 Djf I-f " tf.'t it v.Yv ii. -a- ill ' i' . The Meivs of issourl i. , ra WlnUr Windows Abloom. i Anion (be most easily groan and aallsfaelrry homo plsnt f(ir winter ara winter-blooming but!.. They ar specially suitable for rlty flat, whor wludow garden tliriv wllh most difficulty, lfyaclntb are the boat, be cause they demand only a very lm pie culture, A four-Inch pol serve lor one large bulb, a five Inch pot for two n! all Inch pot for threw. P.o mo hyselmhs ire extremely popu lar, low In price and eaI!y brought to flower on Curls'mas, If potted In October. A succession, planted from that time on. produce a succession of flower throuebout the winter. Three or four bulb way b planted la a alx-lnch pot. or dozen or more in bulb pan or basket. Any good garden toll, mixed with ore-fourth of coarse a-ind. will Frow any ort of hyacinth. I'se do manure, as It rot the bulb. Put n Inch of broken char coal, pottery or pebble In Ibe bot...

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