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

ra P. Hl'CKEHY.I Editor and george EH V, I I'M cnv, ( v N ANN IK R. 11ITKK ubllshcrs. RICH HIM MISSOOU, W now have large svi rjittm this Is not (he editorial we; it means the 'United Slates. ... Castro Is fast approaching the point where a threat to whip J. J. Jeffrie may be expected. The new president of Brazil is Dr. Alfonso Morelra Penna, How long will you remember it? Man learns by experience, they say, and yet hints about gardening begin to be of interest again. rierpont Morgan Is going to Europe for long rest If it's in Europe, it Is a cinch be will get It. They are raising Persian lambs in Arizona, but Bnd nothing quite so In nocent as the tenderfoot. What we need Is a revival of that moral code that called a liar a liar, whether he was big or little. "Most people are born too modest," says Mark Twain. Mr. Clemens has never mixed very much with politic ians. The Philadelphia doctor who says that lobsters cause Illness should try one some night without what goes with It. Mark ...

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. — 22 March 1906

Evening Wrapt a La Kimono. Klin oiio styles hare Invaded the realm of evening raj in the shape of an Interesting cuAt made of satin, the front rolling back and the tuff turned back In typical kimono faith Ion. Roth front and cuff are trimmed with embroidery of the Jap npf type, done In the color of the wrap. Another wrap, cut In some way wr'ilch make It drape from the shoul ders, baa a pointed fold falling from the middle of the back down almost to the waist, like a mock hood. If a bordered material la used, the point la edged both aides with the border, which runs down both fronts as well. Or. aometimes. bands of Oriental em broidery make the trimming, the point further emphasised by a tasjsel of Ilk, which dangles from the very tip. A Smart Cloth Gown. The old-fashioned Idea that the best gown was the silk gown has long since been forgotten, and now we we gowna of much more style and cost liness developed In cloth. The shop are full of exquisite textures and the woman of fashion w...

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. — 22 March 1906

The Tribune. UKU. I. HtCKKHT, KARMK K. HVCKKHT. a.MMtrart l;abllbr. 4a(MrltttaiHti Anr Vsf I TtirM M I inf Cop .. . KnMwrt .ym!in tit ct ol Cont..H. llw pol oltVe ! Kii;h Hill. J '' " "' 11 will .strike most people that tliitt plan of a Cleveland church V, I compote with loan sharks by lending to its members without interest is a Ion g step towards practical Christianity. Hut the t'olden Kule should work both ways and the borrowers pay promptly, as to give others a chance. The St. Iuis Court of Ap- pea U has settled the question of ' 1 ,, ,,. Wo wil not now publish the mat- u hunters license. The court 1 , ; . . i, , ter of the defense of Judge Den const rues the law to mean that a . .,,.., hunter is not required to ta .1 to liiint m ins own use to bunt in bis o innv .-- - -ountv. If he hunts outside of i.: mil. 1w inixt lmve a imsi.xmi vi.u...., ..v. license, No one is allowed to ve- t ceive game unless it has been I lawfully killed. ill' ""'t'v. Armstrong then stated No man should...

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. — 22 March 1906

LADIES, WHY NOT? Why not get your Millinery and fash ionable ladies' goods, from hat to shoes, of a ladies' store, who make a specialty of ladies' goods, who are experts in this line, study their business and will have nothing but the very latest. Remember, we correct all mistakes, and sell the best for the very lowest price. See " Miss Crabb for the very latest in Millinery. S. L AMES, BAZAVR. -s, i t WW.W. I.IMKFS. i Subscribe for The Tkiucne. W. V. Huttuws wsn, in the cn Tut'kd.iV looking tn.itu-t . atitr fcuiinr ; i Dr. Slater's dental oftice will be closed hereafter on Monday and Tuesday. Mis Myrtl" Carner, ofner(the city la-t I tut r. tnmo in Tuesday on a vi-: it tober grandmother, Mrs. M. A. Coudra. Misses Lula Khodes, Dicy and Kwth Burns, -d .b.plin, came ui Saturday to;itierl the Presby terian Church's -Tith year ani vcrsary. W. I). Kern was in, the city Saturday looking after business interests and ordered the Tlit lil'NKsent to his nephew, A. J. Davenport, down in Oklahom...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 22 March 1906

CHAPTER IV Continued. For answer Dick steps up to the Unit vehicle at the curb: the driver has crawled InsiiK', for the night air in cool and there can he no telling how long his patron way be detained; wae people seem to enter that office and never come out again so far as the public knowledge goes. "Is this the vehicle that brought the two ladles from the Grand Continent al?" lie asks, In French.. The driver answers In the negative, and they pass on to the next, where the same question Is repeated and another disappointing reply given. Thus a third and fourth vehicle goes in review, without any success. Only two more remain, and the last of these happens to be their own fiacre. 80 Dick takes the remaining chance, and wins! When he puts the same question t the man the Jehu replied In the affirmative; he brought two ladles from the hotel mentioned, and is hired to wait for them. "la there anything wrong about that?" he demand, feeling a trifle alarmed, perhaps, because he may have b...

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 March 1906

HOSPITALS CROWDED HAJCSin CF PAT1EMTS T.'C"EH Wra, rinkham's Advioe Fares Muny f rorj thl t;d o4 Coetly Expsrleno. It la a sad but oertain fart that I farerY year create In the numberof opera tioii performed upon iimfn la our hof-pitaln. M or than three fourtha of the patients 1 t I n g 'on loose mow- wrhite beds are women and frirla who are .waiting or recoTerinjj 1 rom opera tion' made neceary by neplect. r.vtrf one of these i.mieuU had plenty of Krr.ln(f In that bearing down fee!lng pain at the left or right of th abdomen, Drrrooa exhanstion, pain in the Bin all of the back, pelrio catarrh, dizziness, flatulency, displacements or irregular-Hie. A 11 of these symptoms are Indications of an unhealthy con dition of the female organs aod if not heeded the trouble may snake headway until the penalty has to be paid by a dang-crous operation, and a lijfetime of impaired nsef ulnes at hest, while la (but csrs the results are fatal. f Us Luella Adaxns, of Seattle, WaJl., -writes: Dear Mrs...

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

I cila and HALF FARE PLUS 52-OO VIA for Round Trip Tickets . ... . , , . K 0 A nCnVl A RAILROAD To Nearly All Points la ALABAMA, GKOKGIA, KEN TllKV, MISSlSllPI, VIH U1NIA, SOKTII AS I OUTH C. ICO LISA, TLSSFSSEK 'J'ickt't on Kale Marxli iOtu ami April ft! ami 17th, trKd ri'tiirnin 21 lny from tlnto of mi It. For further inform;) tl n. C-'MiMUltyourlocal aja-ut or addroH CASCATONt C0MP0LN0, A Superior Tonic and Kenn-dy J for all Diseases irism from u disonK rcd condition of the Liver, Stomuch und UowcU. Cures Indigestion, Sich Heau uche, 3iliotiiier-s, Con.stipa tion, und ucts us u KTHeial tonic in the treatment of ner vous debility, cutaarh, etc. Price, $1,00 per Bottle. Vor sale by all Dealers, and CumiiKui. MrdieltiA Cutupu py, So Uib St., KicU Illll. Mw. i Our Clubbing Rates. The Hiclt Hill Tribune nJ Daily Globe Democrat The Tribune and St. Louia Daily Republic The Tribune and Daily Kanaas City Journal The Tribune and Daily K. J. Star and Timea e The Tribune and Twice--wetk Glob...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 29 March 1906

IB ML. FTR' T"T BUM IL VLIL 1. J volumi: i UICII HILL, MISSOURI. THUK8DAY, HAKCII S'.I.IBOa 2fa. HI rrrj" i ; You'll forget Vour Troubles When you mm- tho.-e licuuliftil cri'fi- tiollrl in a 1 1 i i . i :v i v i-e it "T HE MODE L" N ri 1 1 1 1 ! i i r i iiimV k ' I'lii- rv.'JHOll I def.-at d I In- A Hytrin ii 4 in that they did not Luow tin' value of five lillllllt-'S. Hy lo-iiii.' n tiui" in ircttltisr our pooiN 1 1. f. !-i- t In- p'liiMi'. plea Ma;: imr iMilniii.-ra 1 1 1 . J lin: tlicin IH'ST tji a i.i i v i i'-1 it-i'A 1 1; s rvLi.s for thi'ir tn iM-v an-1 to nil those who HIV interested jri lll;il r.u MII.UNKKY they iral'i i lie advantage which will il wa folio. v tin- immediate irnip 1 1 1 c of oii, .i t inn i i.'. t In- n-comiii ion of n hat c call "the value nf five liiliino-- " Yorit satiska' TioN is on: aim utvful at te.il ion is civcii in every ih'trtil no m itt'T lio-.v lari" or how tuii'ill the order ilve tiw your order iiinl wv Mlmt c i nn i!n lnr vuu. ai.u'av- ui:i.(o...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 29 March 1906

4 gfr TniHujm GEORGE I. HUCKEItY,, Editors mill NANN1K K. 1HTKKIIY, , Publishers. wen hill. MISSOURI. int.' re will he something doing nmong the J's when phonetic spelling fctrike California. Tsai Tse may have princely blood, but tils name sounds like a combina tion of a sneer a nil a kiss. "Wealth lessen happiness," accord ing to Mr. Carnegie, hut he caa't prove It by t'uele Russell Sage. Jerome K. Jerome says America Is cverstipplled with humor. It Is very crenerous of him to call it that. Both France and Germany can count on the malevolent neutrality of Castro, if that will help them any. Mrs. Cassie Chndwick has now been deprived of plea by the prison warden, which is rather kind than otherwise. A Chicago dog has been left the In come of $20,0(10' by bis fond master. Now we know the meaning of a "lucky dog- Convince a man that eyeglasses will make him look Intellectual and "he will at once develop some optical trouble. The suicide of a boy violinist Is iinootineed. Musicians as ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 29 March 1906

- AJ ljr TV Ii i vtxx'',"J'Vy I tk 0 . yl y A I Hxv.'C'-' 2H U-X'CJTV CHAPTER V. Continued. "When may I you. monsieur?'' ii'l to hear as she halt from upon the threshold. "Ah! this is T ties lay nltrht nearly Wednesilay morning. Von speak of sailing on what steamer?" "The l.a Gascocrie." ' Ah. yea. she leaves Havre on Fat tireiay at five a. ir. To reach her you juit Paris on Friday." "At seven In the evening." "I will try to s nd In th report that time, you shall have It before you sail, whether we meet with suc cess or failure.'' "I am greatly obliged V "Not at all it It myself who has he does not share his daughter J heen placed tinier oblix.v Ion. Good miration for try chum." 'augh the clirht, Mamselle Westerly. " J sheriff, and Iick U compelled to Join He gently c'osee the dor, resumes j In the merriment. M seat, and pit his finger on an j "Perhaps he has 1 anted of my electric button. Almost as quickly as a lack-In the-hoi leaps- Into view when the lid flies back, a door opens ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 29 March 1906

The Tribune. UKU. V. MltKHHT, NANNIB K. HlCHKItV. K1llorBMi1 lblltM. nVfit Sla Month. I TKrrcMaoltit ... AO I Sltl CoM ... pmi ot Ktcli Hill. wooimI ' Tlx" apiointment of Judge V. W. (iriHi's puts another railroad lawyer n tin supreme bench, but tin1 Judge litis not "been in tl mphv of the railroad "long enough to hurt much." The Democratic talk of prohi bition smells strongly of faree if nothing Hse, We onee had an ac quaintance who always talked prohibition when he was drunk st. in fael that was the surest iuduationoflKs worst tntoxica-j. rAx. The tion. Fins acquaintance bor()thor was:,rankKepubhcan.butdruniiT1)is c((ul(1 d(,nejust lie vol en me ifuiwiiiut uimi. sober he was inclined to be lib eral to legal offeners, drunk he was strenuously for law enforce ment against all violators. See the analogy. "When the devil was sick, the devil a monk would i lo, when the di a monk was he. lo, when the devil got well, devil ' ... I Shall Missouri be Republican. ! This important question s...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 29 March 1906

LADIES, WHY NOT? Why not get your Millinery and fash ionable ladies' goods, from hat to shoes, of a ladies' store, who make a specialty of ladies' goods, who are experts in this line, study their business and will have nothing but the very latest. Remember, we correct all mistakes, and sell the best for the very lowest price. See Miss Crabb for the very latest in Millinery. S. L. AMES, BZR. I 1,01,'AI, H1UEFS. Subscribe f r Tin: Tunics i-:. Dr. Slater's dental office will Im- Hosed hereafter on Monday and Tuesday. Auotli'T promoter in town. t , i (let subscript ions ready i nml in r.ii l.v it you may loose a j fi'i'tui.!. Mi-.,. Chts. ll.i I'nnvi returned Monday from llatler, where she, had been r.tiii'd by the sickness , nf her toother, j H. V. (Je.ger, it merchant who advert is.-s in tli." Tkihcxk, visi ted friends at Ft. Scott, Kas. over Sunday, and hadn't returned yet Monday when we inquired fur him. Wammi: I -: f i c t Manager lis pool .it;". i and dutrihutr amiU-v s.iMH jiS io...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 29 March 1906

"BEASTS F BUB? ED EM H)itr lea:.ts of burden, the horse and the ox, known for their strength, get their food from the vegetable kingdom. WHEAT FLARE CELERY ! i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t s la made from the wheat, tho most important cereal that Nature produces as food for man. It is so scientifically and hygienically prepared as to render it not alone nourishing, but cleanly and acceptable to the most delicate stomach. Does not bind the bowels as do most breakfast foods. Consumers should be on their ruard against food articles tbat are made in a haphazard manner as they are kely to prove deleterious to health. Palatable-Nutritious Easy off Digestion and Ready to Eat Can b served aoL Put la not lor few minutes; or caok la bolting milk to a muih. I" m nirbn era - i . ly U L4k&dGi For Sal b I aweaweli m-etrtatteMefat f . , Grocers I 2V. Price, the famous ftad eepert, the creator of Dr. frirVe Cms r.kmg Powder and Delicious W taeorinf Extract, Ice Cream Sugar and jelly Deeeerta, haa never been ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 29 March 1906

GANiiON WOt! FIGHT HOUSE VOTES TO DISAGREE WITH 8ENATE AMENDMENTS. CONFEREKCEjra BE ASKED Republican Insurgent, Backed by th Democrat. Lost by Vote of 175 to 15ft Fight Began Early. WASHINGTON'. The MaUhnod flpht in the house broke out im mediately after the Journal had born rend. Representative Halztll of Pennsyl vania moved thnt the statehood bill ith the amendments be taken from the speakers' table the amendments disagreed to and a conference asked of the aeiiMte. It was carried on viva voce vote .and on record vote by 175 to ir.O. About 10 Republican voted with tee Democrat les In the negative. A Duty to Perform. Representative Humphrey of Wash ington, a Republic.-in Insurgent, arous ed great applause In a five minute speech In which he declared that al though his side as In the minority in the bouse it was in the majority tn the country. "It Is our duty to give statehood to Oklahoma and Indian Territory and leave Arizona and New Mexico to the future." he said. Representative Wi...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 29 March 1906

i do more Incursion lUtes via tlie- M. O. 1. San Francisco. Los Augclo. mid intermediate points, $25.00; Fort land, Seattle and Pacific Coast points, $26.00: Spokane and inter mediate point, $23 50. Tickets on sale daily up to April 7th, and from Sept. 15th 10 Oct. 31st. Homeseekcrs Excursions On sale via the M. O. P. to all point vouth and west, March G and 20, April 3 and 17, at very low rates, j uiiiiiuuiiii telling laic (j.DOi K. A. JJailky, Agt. HALF FARE PLUS S2-00 VIA for Round Trip Tickets Louisville & Nashville RAILROAD To Nearly All Points In ALABAMA, GKOKUIA, KEN TUCKY, MISSISSIPPI, VIH OIXIA, NOUTII AND SOUTH CAROLINA, TENNCS.SKE Tickets on sale March '.titu titxl April ."d and 17th, good returning 21 daya from date of sale. Furfurthcr informa tlun. cotiKiiltjourlix.ulnp.ut or udilicH C L STON E, Cun'l Pat Aft, Loul.vlllo.Xy. CASCATOM COMPOIND, A Kupn-ior Tonic uud Kenicdy for ull Diseases urisiut; from ii disordered condition of the Liver, Stomach uud Uowcls. Cures ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 5 April 1906

MILL' .TRUBUN1 volumi: in KICII UIIX, MISSOUin.TlIUItSDAY, Al'HIL C, 1BOO So. ft;h RICH You'll Forget Your Troubles When vnii t'iii lfaulifiil trea- tin: ill at "T HE MODE L" .il ili'iiu mi ' K,ii!: l lic rvimon 1 ..(.:. I. .1 1 i !n- M-!i i.ui- K that th.'y i Lhiiv lii.' volut' of five' HI ii"t li 1 1 no-s. I'.v .i 'tc tilth- in t-t t i nil f mr U -..iN 1 1. : t; .',!.!-. iili-.-ifini on r i-i - ;.!.! a hiu tin-til I'.FST t j i a i.i i v a- i ! i ' i-i a ri: s TYi.r.s for I li'-ir m.i-.i-v mi l Ik nil t!i'.-o who ;ir.- iiiii-r ti -I ::i ni-;u ii: iii.ui:ky ttl.y LT'iil ' nil :l llt.-ltfvK which will ill v i -f. i! Ii i - tin" tnum-dinte uriom Iiiir i n i , i t u ;,i ; !. i In- rvi-iimili Ion nf wh il w r c.i!l 'thi' value of live tiii;iiii- " You: v t i i ' "i ii n is on: aim i '.iri-'ul ii i ;( i.iii in uivi-n In ovi-ry li-t i il n i i i 1 1 1 In i iv l.ir nr limv ton 1 1 1 In- it-' ' r ; i i- hb vi m r unlcr n : 1 ! 1m ! w i- :, n i in ir y oil. Al.U'.W -i u i;i. o.ii":. "THE MOD...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 5 April 1906

Cfe TIUVUJVE GEORGK T. m CKKBV.i Editor and EBY, i IH3Y. NANNIE II. IU.CKI riiiiiisiurt. juca nu.u MISSOURI. Yon may be good and till not te happy, but you will have more peaco of mind. In Mississippi a ninn I? Recused of Vllllng his wife llh sardines. This sounds fishy. A German subject has expressed the wish that th' kaiser might have corns. Three months. This is surely the ape of miracles. Fifty doctors called In one day on a Philadelphia girl and she still lives. Now that somebody has called Mr. Edgar Saltus the Bernard Shaw of of America. Mr. Saltus seems to have a case. "The advantages of wealth are trifling.' says Mr. Carnegie. But think of the disadvantages of pover ty, Andrew. rresldent Quintana of the Argen tine republic Is dead, and Vice Presi dent Alcorta takes his place. Correct hour almanacs. ' Jerome K. Jerome says that Ameri ca Is oversupplied with humor. But "is it really possible to have too much ot so good a thiug? Manchuria will he wholly evacuate (by the Japanes...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 5 April 1906

Dressing the Hair. No moie doe 1 1) well groomed girl dress lor frunt hair In great ""PI1)' rolls that nimbi down on t Ii fore head to Intel her eyebrow. No more do the eyes sparkle out from under lier tangled frfs.se. like a skye ter rier's orbs. Thin wa once the fash ion. It has "gone out." The best hair dressers have firmly tab Died It. Girl are now combing their hair in such manner a to disclose to all observers the pli Hsant fact that Providence lias really given them nice, smooth, white forehead. In one of the coiffures now much In vogue little curls are besprinkled all over the top o fthe head as If they yrew there. Another mode Is the essence of sim plicity. It M "early Victorian " You Iart the hair tn the middle, comb It out each Hide and arrange It to stand out over the ears. This demands a tiet for the back hair. A pretty Innovation In the dress coiffure In the weaving of a ribbon of liver, gold or tulle across the head, anion? the puff of hair, ending In a V.not or bow o...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 5 April 1906

The Tribune. UM). 1'. MltKKBT, NANSIK U. HICKKRT. Kriltorasstl I'ablUhar. ixitu l.e I Sir Monrh I 1 htr MivtK Single Cor Kmrrrrt cvoinf to th Kl of ContTTiii th po- uh.c jt Rich Hill, hcmuI di wiill mama K. (J. Kitsch, ii tourt house t iar.t f St. I.ouis. has kt'n employed to draw tlic plans for the now court house; at Nevada. T!i building is to bo three stories hiirh and cost !7a.iXH Work on the building is to com menee alsiut July 1st. senilitv :. to bo listed n!on side desirable and would usually much! WILLOW (UIOYK. of Kiplinir's "Man Who Was When Madame do Stael was banished twice by the haughty NalHioii beeauso her pen was niifu'hter than his sword: when Harriot I eo her St owe could say the List Avord in her immortal 'Tilde Tom's Cabin" that was vitally instrumental in chanrin$r the civilization of centuries, free in"; both slaves from their mas ters and masters from their slaves; when that jurat martyr to the cause of vice annihilation and race emancipation. Frances K Willia...

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

SLIPPERS! SLIPPERS! SLIPPERS! We have lately received 7 Mors of tin. finest slip per iir.tl oxfords ever brought to Rich Hill. We can certainly suit you in size and price. Call and see them. Our Klzee and Kins B hats ar- certainly the hats that please the la dies, for they are going ery fat. t )i:r stock of dress gxds is certainly" complete in every particular. Don't forget that ev ery Friday is KKMNANT DAY. S. L. AMES, BUUR. t X)VAt HKIEFS. I Money to Loan. Mrs. A. Heclingcr. of the Pap I have a few thousand dollars hisMlle noighborhiNi, was in the to loan on easy terms on good farm property, II. P. IIohinsox. Subscribe for TnuTiuiiVNE. Dr. Slater's dental office will bo dosed hereafter on Monday and Tuesday. H. Vail Las sold his property, where he !iv lives, and will lirohaiilv 1 eiiioe to the? east side. ! Mr I.... ... J .1 4 . . ... I. rns.-o t Hat. her came in'"u ,,!M"U " """ a ' c ity several days use past weei; i returning home 1 uosday after- Subscribe for TitK Tkiuitnk. j S...

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