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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 15 February 1906

( 15be TRIBUNE 1EO. T. HUCKEIIY I Editor and eMNNlE R. HUCKERY Publisher KICH HIU, Russell Paee say "a ninn rannnt have too much monry." That's our experience. France has solved the problem of what to do with ex presidents. Let them live la flats. Mr, Schwab continue to receive condolences on the C,Ono,000 resi dence he must soon occupy. One pleasant feature of the revolu tion in Ecuador Is that II was ail over Kith before we kmw It had happened. "Who was the first advertiser?" asks the Philadelphia Record. We don't know, but undoubtedly he found It paid. And how about personally conduct ed excursions to Mars when the camera fiend tackles thought photog raphy? Theatrical nianacers wi'l "drop Shakespeare." However, this Is bet ter than the usual procedure of mur dering him. Dramatic art, says Orleneff, the Russian actor, seeks to make suffering fashionable. Humanitariauisui seeks to diminish It. If the doctors did not use Imposlns Latin names for their remedies should we have as much...

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. — 15 February 1906

THE HEWS OF MISSOURI r-7rir mm Natty Pony Ccat. A Jaunty )lttli coat In the polo or ff-ony stjle. This smart little afTa!. Is of t)i ack typo ami reiuhe a 111 tie below the waistline. It has a short slated ff iTt that marks cross between the empire nd the box roat. No prettier atyle could he be fferted hy every young woman ami those of doubtful age can easily have a little of the uncertainty re moved In their favor by adopting thla natty Jacket. While, the long redin Rote or princes coat, aa it also la failed, la worn a great deal and la an undoubted fashion favorite, still the Ion; coat has been with ua for so many seasons paat that It la pleas ing relief to awing In the opposite direction to the extremely ahort polo -oat. Thla atyle will be evident In loth cloth and linen tailored aulta the omlr.g apring and aummer. Carried out In linen, the poriy coat would be exceedingly effective and rot difficult to achieve If one baa a knack for home dressmaking. Cor rect lines,, of course, 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. — 15 February 1906

The Tribune. OKI. V. Ill I KF.IIT, NANMK H. Wt t'KKllT. Kclltnra n1 Pnlillhr. 4 obirlptlnrKi OntVo.r I.O I Thlr Mmili , Si M.mtln a I 5lngl Cupl M Emnr1 cclln to ll cl ol Cotrel ll poo office tl Rich Hill, Mconrt cU Kail malla An even hundred graduate from the Naval Academy at An apolis, Md., received diplomas from Secretary Bounepartc Monda V. The Drainage survey has been completed and estimates of cost made and it all foots up about s4M),(Kh) and about three years to rinupletc the job. The Kepublicans of Hates . - !. . . 1 . . . ..ti.-ftli l"um) 0,1,0,00. tl.in!.- n'miit f.mdidatps for COUn- I ty offices and tlie selection of n county central committee. preliminary to a lose analysis Last Friday Congress passed t,r all the facts in the given case. -l-M private pension bills. Seven- ;s h-yond them, and their deil-entv-fi ve ,,er cent of the benetici- ..jt,m.y proluls them to a distor aries are reported to be blind or tin of rrt.,njsos rather than beu rmiien. Jtheir recognition and ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 15 February 1906

Auction Auction Auction iiJ .11 water damaged goods will bo offered at public auction commencing SATURDAY EVE, FEB. 17, at 7 o'clock. All such goods posi tit ely g es to the highest bidder. These sales will con tinue each evening thereafter until all damaged goods are gone, when we will replace with as line a stock as was ever oifered for sale in Rich Hill. E. M. Chamberlain, Auctioneer. S. L. AMES, DVZUR. Money o Loan. I Th Flood. I have & few thouKRnd dollarH , On last Thursday morning to loan on t-asy terms on good wnen we cntcn d our office we farm property. 1L P. Kodi.nson. Itead the Tribune. Hrnd tin the Dews by 9 A)V, IMILFS. 1 Sub-cribe lor THE Tribune. Dr. Si.der's dental office will be i hereafter on Monday Ulid Tiu'mIu.V. A li. um- and lot for sale. !... in. At a bargain. Call on Ci.i . IV IhvKi.iiY. Vi;:::..riah Close, of Cen t. i I..v:i. is bere V.sltintf i.l n .t ).r, Mrs. Nancy l tin' family of J. Ed I'ni.i' ouirt and Probate ln'iiir in session at li.iir, iuii- a ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 15 February 1906

h.-w-t W.wir ICC! -l 7TtJPi- AW V CHAPTEf? I Th Beli of th Jardin Bullier. Paris la unusually gay In the early Mil, and her boulevards are thronged ith people, many of whom come from various parts of the world to enjoy the whirl of revelry experienced here s In no other city on earth. The gardens of the Closerle des Lllas, known also as the Jardin Bul lier, are profusely illuminated, and as night advances those who promenade or dance Increase in number. It is one of the sights of Paris, not whol ly a fashionable or hardly a respects able place, but thousands annually visit it, for to do Paris and neglect the Jg.rdjns Mabille or Bullier would be a mistake, since their notoriety has become world-wide. About ten o'clock on the night in cuestlon, two men, undoubtedly Americans, saunter Into the Jardin Bniiier. Their dress and general ap learanee would attract attention al most anywhere In Paris, for both wear broad-brimmed, cream-colored Ie!t hats, and wear their hair long. One is rathe...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 15 February 1906

lUch, Juk IU;1ihe Fre. Everylmdy loves juiev, tender radUhea, Bnlwr Vuwt tlit, henee )i oilers t send you slmolutrly dee stillinrnt rnd'th s-ed in keep yu in tendrr raJihvS all sum Incr long and h.s sjtett Itutii' atKutis srsn boob-. with Ita wonderful surprises s"d great bargain in seed at btigam pruea. ret) The enm-ronus crops on our seed farms the pat M-tton cirnjx-l US to Iwiue ttoS priial catalogue. eSO THII MOTICI TO-DAT. and receive the rsdialiee and th wonder ful lvtvia Hook flee. Keunt 4c and we add a package of 0 mot the meet fashionable, serviceable, beautiful snnnal flower. John K. (i'.'t Seed Co, Lock Drowet V .La I'rowe. Wis. Still In Doubt. T?eporterl'nrp, to what do you attribute your lone: hnlr? Old Inhabitant I don't know y It. young feller. 1 be y't several of those pntent medicine companies that's dlekeiln' with in. lilrai!') Tribune. Marvels of English, "Ah. your language! E't ecs o difficult." "What's the matter, count?" "First, tls novel ect Bay ye lr.an was u...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 15 February 1906

n 1 i I i 3 t r I H o! a Mighty Nation is good food food for brain, tod for orawn, food that Is strengthening, that gives cncrpy and courage. Without a proper appreciation of this great funuaiiicuUl truth no nation can rise to greatness. 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 Biccuit, which have come to be recog nized ss the most perfect soda cracker the world has ever known. And so Uneeda Eircult 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 i I . A lumli ol hii Old JtrMilnit. Wnnvn Ijittlftii'KI 1 a d ut Id homo in Now Home Township, ' Tun. L'.MIi. l'.HMi. His lu-.iiili had lin'ii (leclin'my: for ii mi mlier of iiinntliH but he was only routined to his hod for nhont ton day, lie was horn Ann. 11, Is:? I, inj Washington Co. l'a. his n-jro lieint...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 22 February 1906

rTrrr L Ui il n In! ll VOLUME 10 KICII HILL, MISSOURI Til UltS DAT, FIIBUUAHY 11HKJ. So. S'i Trj TT iikLJiVLy PCRWAHEIITLY CUHC3 CONSUMPTION, COUartZ. COLDS, t POtfCMma athia, manse thsoat, HOA&zxHzaa DO HOT DELAY UnU tha drain ca yeur ayntam crc4ac prmar.ct Amiability. Th human brUunjr machinery H a wonderful 7trr ef tub and calla. To hara jrood haalta it mutt bm kapt in foed cri.r. A COLO it coGtldovd of no impor Unca. yat if it wm known by h" prc?r ttama cf "threat Inflammation." orconf tlon ef tha lunfiT iu itrwni charactar would ba appre ciated. Whan a cold mikH ita apeaaraac mm it eoca SadlaJrd'a Cera ! Sm which n'.l 4ti,y rrom ft. COUOM ui CROUP Hraja Prompt Action. SNOW LINIMENT appUad to tS throat and afcart ta ror4rfal raliaf, whit Ballard's Horahev Sjrrvta riU ratxdi? th oUnt r'orr" of cougar. IT IS THE OMLY CQUCH KZ.HTOX THAT WILL FOSIIIVTLY CURS WfKOOHXa COUCH AJNO CRQUF. DE3T FOR CHILDR:.'. ( SAFE AND SU2I j) Ballard Snow Linlsint OLO AH9 ftXCOUMSMCKO T OPERA DRUG ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 22 February 1906

T5he TRIBUNE MX). P. HUCKEHY i niltor and KAXXIK It. HI'l'KKIiy Publisher rich hill .. '. "iirssouru A trade mile nays "heavy ehoes move slowly." It sounds almost like a truimu. A Rot-ton lien wag sold last week for $750. pho must have come over la the Mayflower. Admiral Togo Is coming over here In April with two armored cruiser. Oil up your banzalsl Of the 6.S17 new books published In England last yertr, probably seventeen were well worth reading. The new king of Denmark Is In his 3rd year, and may be considered thoroughly safe and sane. The shnh of Persia has "in-anted a parliament," and will no doubt run It entirely to his own satisfaction. It wouldn't be so embarrassing to tell folks what you think of them if they wouldn't return the compliment. It la not true that the motto of M. Anatole L Brax, this year' French lecturer at Harvard, is "Erin go bragh." A Cincinnati woman has 1.000 ca naries. When we move to Cincin nati we shall be careful not to rent the next flat When a woman...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 22 February 1906

1 PITIFfcFlTT-TIAIIHT!lPn- A WAPPV RRliTatr? THE .JEWS OF MISSOURI J Ceremony that United In Marriage Miss Roosevelt and Congressman Nicholas Longworth Takes Place In the Famous Cast Room In the Executive Mansion at Washington Before perhaps the most conspicu ously august assembly (hat ever graced the famous Fast Room In the Kxecatlve Mmalon, Miss Alice Roose velt, Ideft daughter of the President, was united In marriage to Nicholas Jjongworth, Congressman from Ohio, f.hortly after 12 o'clock Feb. 17. H was the fir?t Wblte House wedding In ncaiiy twenty yearn, and. according to the usual reckoning, the twelfth la number. Si u-e the day that Frsrcea Fo'som ttfan.c the brt.de of Grnvcr OcrclanJ t the White House many things have happened. A new era has dawned upon the country. Nations pay the United States homage now; there were but the formal amenities then. And, moreover, that was the quietest of weddings, where this one was all that tas'e and display and unlimited octal power could ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 22 February 1906

The Tribune. . ft MtiflHCHV, (. A.N NIK 11. Mli'KKIlT. riiior i rmiiiiit, obrlptifeKti nV..r 1 . I 1tf M onlhv. Sin Mnih I Kml V-oyiM . 03 Km. n i' cot.line in Cnrmrtt.in h p..-l mine Ktih Mill, Monil .! mum )n . ivt Thursday tin city 'f lint mi ft cil Ix'ii'ls tut lion mount ,,f s7ii.ihh It i- witter works ami s::o.(KH fur mi fit-it if Yighl plant. Alutiit ;". otos ivcru fast in nil and out of tliis muiilior !!!) wen; against tin water works and : I against tin liK-tt plant. Nevada has raised over r.OtHl , for ; Chatauqua Assembly to bo hold in Juno at tho Iako Hark i Assembly grounds, it will be a success. ,,. , Nevada is ' : fortunate in iiavm me vor. '"'M j natural advantages for such an assembly- in her beautiful l-silci Hark. There was a case in court Tues day afternoon, wherein a bank at Newton, Iowa, sued 1. A. Hartz. of l'apinsville, on a note nivon by i ' ..... I Mr. Hartz to a so called itnplo-j ment company for some farm im plements, that proved to bo worthless. The comp...

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. — 22 February 1906

ARGAIfJ Como in and boo our Bargain Counter Here is whore you can got goods at your own figures. Mrs. Ames goes to the city markets Sunday and these goods must be moved to make room for the big s line of now goods that will arrive soon. S. L AMES, cum. f LOCAL MIEFS. 1 J. M. Johannes, of Sedalia was in the city Sunday visiting his family. Dr. Slater's dentl office will be closed hereafter on Monday and Tuesday. Mr. John Costello, of Coluni bin Is In the city visiting her pa rent. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. O. Cir cle. Mr. W. T, Duvajl, at Rattle Creek, Mich., is Mill improving, with every prospect of ultimate recovery. Jos. P. Smith a veteran of the Civil war went to Eldorado Spgs. Monday ti try again the virtues of prh g ter. No more, springlike day ever shown in this aection than yea terday, but the wetness prevent ed any garden making. W. W. Ferguson, of the F. & M. Hank, attended a Modern Woodman Lodge at Rutler Mon day night. Just to keep in touch. Chas. Quevnor, of Pleasant (lap, w...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 22 February 1906

- K V, .'HI V' V 4 ST.arcC BTUUOPE CHAPTER I Continued. 'Tl,-h! Col. Poll, your reasoning powers are tally remiss. I c:in tell jou exactly what broitpht the Mexican l.;;i.i'po to la belle Franco, aitd at the h.ttr.e time explain why I have come to ::.ls Questionable but charminply ::' la!!." "Then prove me wron?, Pora. and I give you n:y word I'll adir.lt try er nor." he Fays. eatrerly. for he wl',1 be f.r.ly too plad to discover so'tie ntnell oniting circnrr.str.nce to excuse her jrfsence. 'Tie nd yotir head closer. You know tl'tit my mistress. Miss Piuline, is the owner of the preat Fl Dorado Mine 1 1: a t is, she owns about half of the rtoik and controls the output, which Is enormous, exceeiiinp anything In 1 1". Mexico. The opposing syndicate i I "I suppose no. but you ran rest an-mii'-'d I don't Intend to b't n,y hug 1 prow did in waittnp. Miss Madcap. I Now that you hae accomplished our purpose, I surpose i:u will let me see you home!" F.'itt looks distressed. 'I'm so sjrry, C...

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. — 22 February 1906

Nervous Women Thlr SufTwrlnfT Ar Usually i)ua to rn) DUordtri ferhap Unnupcli A MEDICINE THAT CURES T. Crtn wo dlsrmtA -j i ---- i-' wclDknown M'-'faj't HimI A n.i-t-i.'fi n women tire ner vous ? How often do we hoar the expres sion, 'l nra so uer- vous, it seems as if 1 should fly; or, "Don't finT-lc to me." Little thin? annoy vou mid make vou Irritable; you can'1, sleep, yon are unable to quietly and calmly perform your daily ta&s or care for, your children. The relation of the fierves and pen rratire oriiuis in woman is so ciee that riine-tetith of the nervous tiros tra'.ion, nervous debility, the blurs, sleeplessness and nervous Irritability arise from Rome deranperucut of thu orpanism which mnkea her a woman. Fits of depression or ro.'.lencss and irritability ; spirits easily affected, bo that one minute she lat:phs, the next minute weeps ; pain iu the atx'.ominal repion and between the shoulders; loss of oiee ; nervous dyspepsia ; a tendency to cry at the lcaM provoca tion...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 22 February 1906

! I ; f i LOW RATES VIA Louisville & Sashville RAILROAD TO THE MARDI GR AS NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE, PENSACOLA, TU-krt oil alo February Slnt to (Hill ilUlUillllC tllllllH HtDflllHIl I" irri it .V'W lrli'aiin, Moltilf of iVnmn-olii la'forv noon triirunry Ttli liinit-il to n-turn Marvii ": by tli'pimlt ami oyintut of ."0 ct iitn f ti'iihioii ut limit ran W m-cim-ii M.irxli 17 1 it. llRNi. For rates, time t a bleu iiml Ix-aiulfully llln.tratel booklet uivinjr a history of the Mar ti I (ir.tx, Hililrt-iut. H C Bailey. N W P A. Chicago i E liavonpart. I) P A. St Lou' P D Bum. D P Ai Clntinnat J H Ml!!!ksa. O PA. Louisville C L STOM.tien'l Aft. Louisville. Ky. . CASC10Nl: C0MP0LND, A Superior Tonic and Keiuedy for al! l)ir.taes arising from a ditontored condition tf tin Liver, Stoniat h and llowels. Cure Indigestion, Sich I lead itche, ISiiioUMiesM, l'tnstii.i tion, ami acts as a general tonic in the treatment of ner vous debititv, cataarh, etc. Prkr, SI.OO per Bsttlt. lr sale ty all Deale...

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. — 1 March 1906

I TE LCH 0 I If l III & VOLUME lO UIC1I HILL, MIHHOUUl.THV aaOAT, MAUC11 1,1003 HI TRIBUE Grand Opening! Only two more days un til the Grand Opening at THE MODEL What says Fashion about Spring Styles in Milli nery? Our window will answer in full the above question, for we are show ing the very latest styles newest shndes, in AM T1IKIK KPIUNU KMAUTY. An early display but not ahead of the demand. Don't forget the date. Come one, come nil! Everybody invited. KATtMlDAY. MAKCIi 3. BtMDICT & WHITE. KING OF ALL LINIMENTS CU3S WHUMATISI! Ar ALL PAIN m m mm mm j. uaieta, im,m.tmirt.tiini. riM, JT I Oirtl aa. caica iicxchi, lumico I I J I 1 i iJ Tir o.or, conciia nutcut, a.ita m NiW i. cmh wvs v iniinit it(. iioitio READ THIS RiiMARKAELE CURE "X w Baech f!a(-t4 wtth rhccmitifin, viilc TA. C. h'kd, 1titU, tc1 ricfc Co., K-di, ''going fcbotit on crutch toii tuncntifr prrt 3el of pfciu. wt UduceJ ta try Bl'.r J'i boow Limmrnt, which Vnrnt mi, ftrr s:n? three SOc buttlr. 1T1STUH ilUJATEST...

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. — 1 March 1906

T5hc TRIBUNE 5KO. P. HUCKEUY ANN IK R. IHCKICUY F.dltor and I Publisher m;ssouiu HlCH HILL After all, wr)y lire artificial Iamb chops any worso than mock ruluco pie T Piirnetia! d'Uzea pronounces Ronl a sad flirt which rhymes appropriately with squirt. China is petting civilized fast. It l already beginning to pick quarrels with other nations. Korea asks a Joint protectorate of the great powers. This prove that she needg a conservator. The Holy Land Is to be lighted by electric as well as Israelites, under a concession from the Sultan. Alice Roosevelt fs said to have twenty-seven hats, but we'll bet she will insist upon having a oew one (or Easter. Still, as a concrete and impressive warning to over-capitalized American women Count BodI may serve a useful purpose. There is a tariff war In the Balkans. A great Improvement, at all events, on the other kind of war that section Is famous for. It will astonish everybody to learn from a Philadelphia paper, that "Pbil adelp'nla Is the most...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 1 March 1906

0 II THREATENS VETO RATE Bltt MUST EXACTLY FIT ROOSEVELT'S IDEAS. WONT ATTEMPTTO DICTATE But If th Senate Does Not Da a H Will Lpiet Bucine. Roosevelt Like, tha Whole W'ASHlNGTON.When tfce senate, committee on Interstate commerce meet Friday, lo vote on a rnte bill the announcement will bp made auth oritatively that President Roosevelt ulll not attempt to prevent amend ment of the Hepburn bill; that lie will leave the committee free to exercise its best JudKctneiit and. if possible, compromise its difference; that If a bill l reiHirted which does not meet Ms aproval and In that form Is passed by congress he will coutenl himself to exercise his vote power. This an nouncement will be made as the result of a conference here between the most active persons' sup-Hirtlnn the house bill without amendment, but will be delivered to the committee by a senator who has supported an amend ment providing for Judicial review of an order of the interstate commerce commission. The conference at the ...

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. — 1 March 1906

The Tribune. iif.it. '. HKKtliT, II. lurmnf. allot- PbllBhr. 4 beri prior Buii . !. I TWMoit.. SlKflr CopM Sib Mon.l. tmrrc.1 IC :.illn lo lh c ol Conffl It po.lorli a. Kich Hill, reonil cl.. wll mna V- liuiii- Si-ir.itur WanuT and tin1 I'loM.lenl will soon .settle tho Hutlor IV.st onU-e titflit und pt it nut if tin- way before the county eanipaiH opens actively. A ear load of hunters and their iiecoutrements all destined for the club house and lake near At hoi came down from Kansas City last Sunday to engage in hunting on their possessions in this vicinity. Nothing like good roads. Geo. Craig and Walter Joss just south east of the city have joined the good roads company and began dragging their lKirtioii of the public highway on Uural Koute Xo. I, Tuesday. Their good ex ample ought to le catching. We commend their enterprise and gM.d citizenship. I Jew K. R Templeton preach ed the third of his sermons on the Aixistjes creed last Sunday and acquitted himself well. He didn't take the...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 1 March 1906

AltGAIRI Come in and see our Bargain Counter Hero is where you can get goods at your own figures. Mrs. Ames is in the city markets and these goods must be moved to make room for the big line of new goods that will arrive soon. S. L AMES, BAZAAR. f m LOCAL BRIEFS. J ! ft Dr. Slater's dental office will be closed hereafter on Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. S. Holloway left Monday for Spokane, Wash., to make her future hoine. Mr. Gustie Pearson and Miss "Winnonalt Close, of Centerville, ! jay Money to Ixiaii. j A Colonial Tea I have 11 few thousand dollars ' Tin following is taken front a to loan on easy term on good M"l"l.V Mo., paper: farm property. II. 1 Rownso.w Sr. O. Atkeson was in the city Sunday to attend the funeral of Cupt. J. C. Martin. Col. S. V. I)(Kley, of Butler, was in the city bunclay. UI course he came down to church. Wallace Hatcher and family departed Monday for Spokane, Wash., where they will make their future home. Misses Fannie Hayes and Laura Burus favored the Tri bun...

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