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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 26 April 1906

CV.OWCV. P. HCCKKBY.j Editors and KANNIR U. 1HTKI-RV, ( Publishers. RICH HILT MISSOURI. tn Mexico there Ih a Jail which con sists of an oak tree with a chain and etaple attachment. Statistics show thnt criminals arci nearly always weak physically aa well as mentally. The English school of wate-color pRinters Is recognized as the leaders of the world. One hundred and fifty of the 70 members of the new house of com mons are total abstainers. Edinburgh has adopted a scheme for collecting for charity through a central office on the lines of the Liver pool system. Russia iniiKirted last year 3.106.901 Ions tons of coal, and 574.147 tons of coke, both showing a substantial In crease as compared with 1903. There has Just been opened In Hamburg the first of the schools to be established In German cities for the Improvement of domestic ser vants. Fifteen thousand eight hundred and forty-seven police constables are re quired to protect London, and for this protection the citlxens pay 1,300,00...

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. — 26 April 1906

CLOVER AS HORSE FEED. if Tr-Jt Cut In Time It B.me Dus'y r-d Make Fwr red Cut When It First Bloom. TRiur.iPcaArjT kes Story of tha Rousing Fourth of July Demonstiation at Ander ann villa. A SONG FROM PRISON. ft kiWJ WISCONSIN MONUMENT. Hsndsam Memorial of tht 8Ut'i 6!iare In Battle at Pittsburg Landing Dedicated. Another marker of handsome de sign and Imposing In nix? hat been placed upon Sliiloh battlefield at Pitts burg Landing, Tenn. It Is the monu ment which Wisconsin h3S erected n memory of hpr soldier dead and of hr share In the battle which played such an Important part in the early history of the war. The position which the Fourteenth, Sixteenth and Eighteenth regiments of the volunteer Infantry held lu the battle U the site where the THE WIS'ONHIN Mi'M'MKNT. monument has been piai-cd and a suit able Id riptlon on the atone fare of the monument records the share those tegmenta had In the fiirhl against the forces of. Gen. Jihnsion and Iteaure gard. The governor f Wisconsin, ...

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. — 26 April 1906

SPR N.G I n n 1 J a C3 i ; i iiv i A SPECIAL SALE WHICH WILL PROVIDE SPLENDID ADVANTAGES FOR ECONOMICAL BUYING. r n n z n n n r n V CV r-, T: H.V rJ4 lr 7 !? ,! " I ; , v. Rich Hill, Mo. ft Starts SATURDAY. APRIL 28. A Spring Offering in Seasonable House-keeping Merchandise Throughout the Store, at Such Extraordinary Low Prices That They Tell Their Own Story to Buyers Who Heed the Voice of Economy. As a Consequence the Buying Public Will Have An Op portunity to Purchase at Sharp Reductions Luce Curtains. Window Shades, Table Linens, Napkins, Towels, Bed Spreads, and House-furnishing Necessities Right at the Time When Needed. The Store Derives the Benefit In Being Able to Reduce Its Stocks Which Have Failed to Move Earlier Owing to the Continued Bad Roads In This Section. V it Rich Hill, Mo. Sale Commences SATURDAY, APRIL 28, and Continues All Next Wecl 19c WINDOW SHADES Opaque Oil Shades, 6 it. long, with good spring rol lers, dark and light green color, a regu lar 35c value. 5c 10c...

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. — 26 April 1906

WE WANT YOU . . . To Trade With Us. You can find in our store everything you need in the way of Ladies' Fur nishings, from Hat down to Shoes. Our stock of Dress Goods is more than complete. Come in and look it over. Wc are sure we can please you. We received this week a nice line of white slip pers. We have them in all sizes. Don't forget that every Friday is REMNANT DAY. S. L. AMES, BZR. PHONE NO. 116. I LOCAL UIUEFS. Tj YV. ( ). Atkosoii came down from Hutler xonday, on a business mission. Judge John Armstrong wont to 1 tut it r Monday to attend coun ty t mil t. Jot- Winchi-ll spent Sunday with Iiis parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Winchell. We l nvr h full liot of cult for llo'e. Slock or Sale IiilU. lien )ou went niiyil.irg of li'e kind call at the I k i kcn k otlice. Judging hy the crowd that either around tri id, the "th monger" is the most popular man in this community.. Henry Shcppard went to Soda li.i Monday to work for the Mis souri lui!h- Co, Henry i get ting ready to attend t...

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. — 26 April 1906

SI -.Vi'-er' CHAPTER VIII. Continued. Dick's eves take In all of this with one sweep, and then become magne tized by the central figure. There stands Miss Pauline of New York, with a small revolver in her hand; her attitude Is really superb It breathes defiance. Pick likens her to statues lie hag seen of Diana he has loved her before as a beautiful woman, be adores her now as a brave one. When her eyt meet his, the star tled, nJtriost desperate look vanishes from the face of the girl who dares, the plr whom New York's upper Four Hundred have bowed down to as their queen for one whole season. "Oh. Mr. Denver, you have come! thank Heaven, you have come to take us out of this!" Although so brave In the face of dancer, she trembles when It has gone that is generally the way with wom en who rosscss more daring than the generality of their sex. She passes to his side lnstantlv. while Dora, in the exuberance of her ' intense delight, actually puis her arms around her deliverer. "Take us ou...

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. — 26 April 1906

9 MISCARRIAGE OF JUSTICE. President Scores Judge Humphrey'! Beef Trust Decision. rmU ftprrlal Hfixlr la lomri Aaklata: Tliat a llrrUrilurf Art II raaaril fttatiaa Ha latralloa. Wii)ilniinn, I). C. nirs.ii:i dfltvprnl t( WeilinMl;iy Trfhiiltnt lar.- thai the n-ault In a a.clal the concrvna KiaWvetl .f Hie rett-nt OFFICIAL? ARE MISSING. trlnl of the "IxH'f packers" In Chica go was a "nilKciri-l.iFe of Junt U-'." ind thilt the Interpretation glared by incite Humphrey on the will of c-orpresH "Is Hwch as to make that will absolutely abortive." The message, which I moot wn rational In rharacter. Is baxed largely on a letter to the president from At torney Central M:ody, In which the attorney general reviews the proceed ings of the rae of the government egainst the V-ef pai kern. The president pays It is rlear that no rriileism attaches to Commission er Garfield, as what he did was In pursuam-e of a duty imoowd on him "ny congress. He refers rharply, how ever, to the decision of Judge Hum...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 26 April 1906

Republican Convention, u vv t f r; II y w, (; Food to work on is food to live on. A man works to live. He must live to work. He does both better on Oneeda Biscuit the soda cracker that contains in the most properly balanced proportions a greater amount of nutriment than any food made from flour. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY I L.f 1 i A W IT . I . ESCUit ' C-"V -rt s At a ltiiH't iiiK of the Hates County Republican (Vntrnl I'cin ntit tt held nt lint lor, Sat unlay, April '.'I, HHK'i, it whs or dered that a delegate convention f of tlio Republicans of Hates county be called to moot at the ion i t liiiuso in the city of Hut lor, Mo., at li o'clock a. in. SA1LKDAY, MAY 10. l'.Mi. ! for the imrxo of elect in? dele Itatos to the Republican State j Xoni'mutinn convention and the ! State Judicial convention, the Congressional and Senatorial ' conventions and to transact any jollier business wliich may prop-' let ly conic before tlie convention. J The convention, will consist of i delegates appo...

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. — 3 May 1906

? r i r-M.i .4 J.L iiiiilli II TT VdhUMi: Hi UICII HILL, MIMSOUUI.TIIUKSDAY, MAY J.IOOO. So. SO TRJ1BOTM, 1 'THE MODEL" We have just received an elegant new line of the very latest in Beautiful LEG HORN'S nul WHITE CHIPS. Don't fail to see them. Also sots? exceptionally pret ty new fancy RIBBON'S. Our stock is all new and up-to-da'e. You can't mirs it if you buy of us. Benedict & White. Do you like pictty China. You can .'inJ Eomcthin.; to suit you here. We have a well selected s:o.k. Examine it carefully. Bcnfriiri a Co. WE CHARGE NO FEE vj iraDI;-URKS, Be rraoH ll!rli -d dfKrtiticn ( inMici l FREC OPINION U ultitio-hl!. Coftri5r.rpr:tt cMiEtftnl.a. f !i'liK ISM. Cfintkrt t tctC9, Cirttltn, Dttrvit. M!L0 B. STEVENS & GO. 4T M STREET, WASHINGTON. O. C 1 .A..WVA V V, V. k- V . A A -X ft 7. Flour Mills and all kinds a Merchandise I ! v . s . 1 1 : O l i' . il ii 11 1'. ,n 1 il' i .1 :i I 1. 1 r , r V. H . I I ' M I ' cii'r :iit-' ni.ikii i; 11 b.i.i If phi 1 e ig t iio In 01. ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 3 May 1906

fife THIVUJVE OnOUCn P. IIlXKICDY.i Editors and N ANN 113 R. HUCKi:UV. I Publishers. RICH MUX. MISSOURI. That run crow on the Pennsylvania which mad IT hits In a minute ought to be signed by some astute baseball manager. There Is always a disposition In those mho have them to claim that pray hairs are more a mark of Buffer ing than of ace. "There Is no place like home." Refu gees from Vesuvius are said to be al ready moving hack to their old places on the mountain sides. At the age of 37 there died In 1T9S a clerk of the Rank of England who u paid So have been nearly seven and onehalf feet high. Quite a number of congressmen are announcing their purpose to retire. And there be many who will retire, although they are not announcing the fact. During vjueen Anne's relsrn there was shown In London and other parts of England a most peculiar anomaly a German giantess without hands or feet who threaded a needle, cut gloves, etc. Last year 1.2S5 tigers, 5,370 pan thers and loepards, 2,KK be...

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. — 3 May 1906

A TALK ON COOD ROADS. Laying Out th Roadbed and Keep lug It in Repair Ute tha King: Diag. Happenings in Missouri. . v A STOCK FOUNTAIN. Automatic Water Suj jily for Poultry, Sheep, IIoii or Cattle Easily Bulit. The automatic water supply foun tain shown In the phture ran be ar ranged to water poultry, ihrep, hops or cattle. Th construction Is very simple and but little material ii fed be bought by any farmer t ) complete it, Bay.i the Farm and Home. The barrel, a, may le any com mon barrel that will hold water. Th pipe, r. running up from trough, e, ad mits air to the barrel and permits water to run Into ple. d. Any wrt of funnel may be used to fill the barrel as shown at b. A close fitting plug In iiuTted In d. to exclude air. This plug Is changed from b to end of pine. d. when filling barrel, after which plug la returned to li. When the air enter through th pipe, c. the water run out through pile i until It reaches the lower opening; of plle c. when It shuts off the air and the wa...

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. — 3 May 1906

The Tribune. via, r lit Kf III, rulinm ml hllhr irlt Mli The Important Issue With the Republicans of the Sixth Congressional District is not what was done two years ago by Ihf blundering of the friends of some candidate who imagined onv." I ivtrMwis. i thov had the bull by the tail with 9iKln..i'i . I Sile tnpir. OS j - . - .- . a down hill pull, but what will be done now. .I !.-r t Kfh HIM. -OWI'I ' " Iff nbliCrtii Call. Pursuant to cail, the Republi cans of Otigo township, will meet r.t The City Hall. Kich Hill. Mo.. Saturday. May T.th, to select j- delegates to the county con vention to be held r.t Uutler, Hates Co., Mo., Saturday, May lit, for the purose of selecting delegates to the State, Congress ional, Judicial and Senatorial corneal ions. (i. A. Dki.amatkk. I'lmi. SCOTT Emulsion Hon. W. (). Atkeson's name is nioniioned as a probable candi dato fr Congress. He is a good man and a good campaigner, but v. it 1 1 two candidates Hates coun ty will hardly succeed in landing the n...

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. — 3 May 1906

Ladies! Listen to This We have lately received just what you have been looking for for a long time. It is LINEN SUITING a i-i yds. wide. There is eaonomy in buy ing this. Come in and look at this. Have you noticed onr WHITE PARASOLS now on display. They will be all the rage this summer. You will probably want WHITE SLIPPERS also. We have a com plete stock to select from. Don't forget that every Friday is REMNANT DAY. S. L AMES, 6za. PHONE NO. 1 16. ST HWUI IIP I Z it. ' liny Kiotis came down f ro:n j Hutler. and spent Sunday with! liich Hili friends. (i.Mi. Hakes'. raw came up from Webb City, and spent Sunday with relatives and friends. James Kyan has resigned ''is pisition as policeman, and Chris Me:iJ bus Ihi ii acting in his place ad interim. Misses .Nannieana. -same mu iv,, ,!,,.i,v Tm-sdav. and met the t-by spent the aitern.Mii rxinoav with Miss AMie Harnett and her parents at Nexad.i. Mr. James A. Brown, after KjKnding a few days with his family, departed Monday, lor the north...

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. — 3 May 1906

nm , 2 M s ST.OU0MC' r 4-n iie'-Nrau. CHAPTER IX. Continued. As. he reaches the street he sera ihca of tim a figure he trmiM Know anywhere, even if dressed In the com mon parb of the Parisians it is Tor dss Barcelona, ei-bulI fighter find a!l sround athlete of the City of Mexico, the man who waits and lives in hopes of seme day finding a chance to even his score with Pick Denver the man who la undoubtedly in Paris on that mission cow, and will follow him across the ocean to the land of the lilonlt zumas. What brings Barcelona here? Has he followed the American? Ah he steps into the entrance he ascends the stairs leading to the ofllce per haps the visit is voluntary, but more than likely he has received a call to drop in and see the head of the Taris lan police force. Calling at the hotel. Dick finds Colo nel Bob already baskintr In the smiles of his Dora, while Miss Pauline, at the other end of the parlor Is singing at the piano. Dick feels a flash of Jeal ousy when he sees that she...

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. — 3 May 1906

NEWS OF THE WEEK Most Important IlappenJngo of th Past Seven Days. lat.re.ilaa Itrma C..tirrrel from All aarl. af th World Inidraf4 lato Small Space fur tha DrtBI of Oar Hradrra. aa Frairlwa lLart bftjaake. At the subtest Ion of the president. Guv. Pardee has made a forrjial re quest for the ue of troops of the reg ular army at San Franrlsro. The ac tion was taken simply to observe legal forms and avoid complications. At the request of the citizen's com mittee at San Franclnco but 13o0 troops will he sent there Instead of 2r.no as previously requested by Gen. Greely and approved by the war department. Street cars have begun running on several cross-town lines 1n San Fran cisco. The first building permit Issued in San Francisco since the earthquane was for a 12 story steel structure, and whs losued to Thomas McGee. Kansas City's theatrical benefit net ted IG.500 for the San Francisco suf ferer. Secretary Taft has suggested to Gov Pardee, of California, that in order to avoid legal co...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 3 May 1906

Republican Convention. , , . ----- Hie Food of a ONE FARE PLUS S2-00 for Round Trip Tickets VIA Louisville & Sashville RAILRPAD To Nearly All Points In ALAliAMA, FLOmiA, (il'Ult CilA, Ki:STl'(KV, LOUISI ANA, MISSISSIPPI, VIRGIN IA, NOKTII ANI SOUTH C A UO LIN A, T KN N I2SSKK. TUkfti on HiiU lt iiiiii 3nl TiicmIiivm from May to Nov fiiilicr im-hixivi'. yrooil ri-tn rn iii "1 (I.i.vh from ilato ot kuIi-. I'or (urtlitT Informa tion, coiiMiityourliM'ul ai'iit oralilu J. II. Millik. ii. I I A .LuuUvill.-. Ky P. I. Hiili. It F A. Cincinnati. Ohio J 1'.. l'uveiort. 11 A.St. ItiU Mo 11. 1". P.a'iU y, X V 1" A. Chicago, 111. C L STONE. Ucn'l Pan A(t, LaulivllK.Ky. What a Great Convenience Is a fountain Pen. Any jjci ton who will send The Katies City Journal, Kansas City, Mo., I0UR DOLLARS to pay (or the Daily and Sun day Journal ONE YEAR, will be mailed as a PRESENT a beautiful Fountain Pen; fine rubber handle, 14 karet gold point, fully warranted. Ad dress The Kansas City Jour nal, Kan...

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. — 10 May 1906

v TTT) "IF TlTTTT p volumi: 1(( ItlCII HILL. MI.SHOUUI.TIICIJSDAT, B1AY lO, ItKMJ. S&.V7 Tqnrr (.11., H i A II A "THE MODEL" We heve just received an elegant new line of tli? very latest in Beautiful LEG HORNS and WHITE CHIPS. Don't fail to see tiiem. Also some exceptionally pret ty new fancy KI3E0JJS. Our stock is all new and up-to-date. You can't miss it if you buy of us. Benedict & White. I Do you like pretty China. You can find something to suit you here. Wc have a well selected stock. Examine it carefully. Eeredict & Co. WE CHARGE NO FEE tkllL IHE CAit IS ALLOVttO TRADEOIARKS, Etc. tm4 whiuS h1ri an4 (iefCrieiiOK f ffttp Ur rWEC OPINION ! lrntaklit, CrNv"4nct tcntiontil. CtttWKe4 18S4. rtatke t Clitc, Clet'. Dtlr;t. MILO B. STEYENS & CO. I4TM 8TRCCT, WASHINGTON. D. C GEO. G. Real Estate, Farm ft s I I Mm OrtA Flour Mills and Portable Mills of all kinds a specialty. Merchandise Exchanged. ' i. 1:1 t ! ;i -it . I . 1 l" , e . I :i.,i . ;i k I il: f iti I 11 1 1 .....

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. — 10 May 1906

GEORGE K'lU'CKT:nY,iEdltors and NANNIE It niTKEDY. t Publisher, RICH. HILL. MISSOURI. JJecessltiea and Luxuries, One of our correspondent for tunate man finds himself able to cor roborate the elaborate computation! by which the commercial agencies prove that "the cost of living" has sueadily decreased In recent years, and that It Is now much less than it used to be. There Is. we think, something more than a general impression, at least among people of small or mod erate means, that these computations are Titiated by a mysterious Inac curacy, and that, as a tnatber of fact, the ordinary expenses of running a modest household hare in the last de cade Increased nearly If not quite 75 per cent. Our correspondent supplies the explanation. Things really are cheaper, he says, but everybody has bfs transtu-iing Items from the cat egory of luxuries to that of necessi ties, and that Is why the salary or ths Income no longer seems to go as let as It did ten years ago. There may be e.imethlng l...

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. — 10 May 1906

.4 FARMaGAHDEN RAILS AND WIRE FENCING, Old StyU Fencing Giving Way Blowly But Surely to the Mora Mod ern Metbod. In the World of Fashion CH!NESE udjkmz. LMftD STATES StaC7 f ROM S0L7U DROUW PI?MStS Pf-Kt-M. l:t.v: la TXrU'i-rti In Ctir a. HOW TO DESTROY COPHERS Methods Recommended by the Agri cultural Department at Washington. Nearly every district west of th JMs-d-sip i ilver is inure or less In- fe.stel mi tii the pocket gopher, so very d- ft ru.t 1 ve to crop". "o phers may be de stroyed by Mil son, hy traps ami by the us of carbon bisul phide. Poison. 'tig with strychnine in the nmst f feetive means, as It may 1 don" ;;t the lowest ct'st. As recom mended by the Fluted Kiaies de- I :irTiu lit if a,:rb n'tut". I'issolve one ounce of ftryi l;ni:ic sulphi'te In one pint of Kiiimg water, add pint of thhk suiar r n p ttnd stir. Pre-erve in ti (lose s-e!. This quantity in sufficient to uU n ci!i"-La:f bushel if h !- i 1 corn or other grain. Sleep the corn In hot w iter mi l allow It to...

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. — 10 May 1906

The Tribune. Ull. I'. Hit K l. MNMK K. Ml (kMIV. r.flilr I'ublUhart t mo as the j -;in oi mat town ins rceorn in i no ..ru ttinorai' 4abvrltMoiiHt tie Vent . . Sit Month .. . . I.IHI I TnrcrMoplhi ... ....H I Stitnl Copt .. . Km. ml ir. .Hiliuir ! tl-e tl ol ConrrlB lt wt ot,k ai Uiih Hill. tM'ii .la mail raattef put up n reasonable 'oonns" b help vrrt'iiM tin' wheels of pro Assembly whore ho In lt imI thf caucus nominee for ' 'hi ted States tfross :tnl until that t inn' it is an Senator. His const it uont s oaw. unwarranted waste of i v.ili funds to order elect ions held." This is al)oui riht. Wo know a county seat in Indiana that luilt a court house and jail for liitn vindication to the xtent of '1 votes. There were I .'SCO cast , There will be similar vindica tions wherever any of the bolters of last winter Mick up their The Kepubli heads for office. the county rather than allow an jot her town to jrive half the tost, j cans of Camden county adminis KepuMicHii Convent lo t. j W( ...

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. — 10 May 1906

Ladies! Listen to This We have lately received just what you have been looking for for a long time. It is LINEN SUITING 2 1-2 yds. wide. There is eDonomy in buy ing this. Come in and look at this. Have you noticed onr WHITE PARASOLS now on display. They will be all the rage this summer. You will probably want WHITE SLIPPERS also. We have a com plete stock to select from. Don't forget that every Friday is REMNANT DAY. S. L AMES, BZR. PHONE NO. 116. i f LOCAL ISltlKFS. W. W. Fi ii.'ui n has pun- to Texas for a few days outing. Dr. Slater's dental oftice will be closed hereafter on Monday and Tuesday. A hoiix- and lot for s..le. Clore in. At a bargain. Call on (ii:i. V. lh vKi:iiY. .lolni A. Kitlie.ut has pme t Carthage, to take another posi tion us engineer with the Mo. Pa citic railroad. Mi s. M C. Sn.vder, from II. F. D. N. 1, w as in tin city last Friday i ttendmg to business matters and shopping. At W. T. Du.dl's dealer in (general merchandise, is the best place to buy shoos, hose...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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