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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 10 May 1906

K A I FT 5T.nLOXE it AM.."' CHAPTER X. Continued. A temptation to filter assails Pick, but he laugh at the I lea what ex cuse could he have for seeking assist ance? Uecause a man. or several men. walked by and looked up at the windows of the house In which he boards, he must, forsooth. Imagine they mean him harm, and seek their srrest, when, truth to tell they may have been flirting with one of the maids domiciled on the top floor, i lie walks on. I He has lost track of the two men whom he followed so far and turns to retrace his steps. For the first time he notes the fact that he la in the slums of TarU. Around him tene ments arise, from whose windows, in years pone by, has sounded the slogan of the Revolution, the war cry of the Commune. Here red-rapped men and Amazons with streaming hair came forth from thoir lairs to form the mobs that swept the s:reots of I'aris and reddened the Seine with the blood of aristocrats. Interesting as this portion of the faubourg might be In the day...

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. — 10 May 1906

Vs. The Corn Broom Few women In thi ie helie it i the broom ii better than tht UinfU sweeper, but tkers are many who think ll it mora economical. Jim fcrure il cut fur yourself. A B.siell will lt lonper than fcf-r torn broom lht cost nut leu than $15.00 to wherea tbe bet B,w;i can be boticht it troro $2.50 to $5.00 Beyond the Rreat economy in direct cost of the Biel, just consider bow it save time, labor and health, doet the work in one-aquirter of the time, with 95 lraa effort than the corn broom require , make no itoUe, raise do duct, and an invalid can nte it. H'Jr a CrcoM rln Pi-ll tnv, rn4 a, i'tlt, and w ill ppr-el r-a f rr of cnry a beautiful r-miinc irUix cjJd cm I'-Jl BO annunf aa U whtterrt. IMssell Carpel Ssrrptr Co., Dept. 17 Grand Rapids, Mich. (Large! Swtwper aUketa la lb Woe id.) Ask yoor physician what bethink cf the sweeper from a san itary point oi view C0JJCEHNIX0 CITIES. In Ave years Krjjpg town tf E.sea ba lu n-a ed 13 p- r cent. Cologne, w.t'i Is 4-t.O (i ievj....

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. — 10 May 1906

t t Republican Convention, P i- I I w m r -.-a" ONE FARE PLUS S2-00 for Round Trip Tickets VIA Louisville & Nashville RAILROAD To Ne arly AH roints In I ALAUAMA, PLOIUDA, GKOK ;1A, KKN-Tl'CKY, LOUISI ANA, .MISSISSIPPI, VIUGIN IA, NOICTI1 AXI SOUTH V A KO LI X A, T EX X ESS EE. Ticket on Kale lt and 3rd TucmI.ij k Irom Mny to Nov einlxT incliiHivc. tol return ing I'l iliiVK from ilnte of. mile, for further Informa tion. i-otiMillyourlocitl itjjent or ikMioh .1. 11. MilJikfii. I P A .Louisville. Ky. K. I. Biu-li. 1 P A. Cincinnati. Ohio. .1. i: Mivenport. OP A.St. LouIh.Mo H.C. ltullev, X W P A, Cliiciigo. III. C L STONE. Gen'I Pass AJt. LoulsvilicKy. What a Great Convenience Is a fountain Pen. Any person who will send The Kansas City Journal, Kansas City, Mo., FOUR DOLLARS to pay for 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, Kansas City,...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 17 May 1906

HIL voi.u.mi: HI IIICII HILL. MlHSOCUI.TIlUItSDAT, MAY 17,1900. W 91) "Vt "TM" ' W!f 1 'L J " "0 RICH I 1 . "THE MODEL Wek.vejust received aa elegant new line of the very latest in Beautiful LEG HORNS and WHITE CHIPS. Don't fail to see them. Also some exceptionally pret ty new fancy RIBBONS. Our stock is all nw and up-to-date. You can't miss it if you buy of us. Dcncditt & White. Do you like pretty China. You can find something to suit you lure. We have a well selected stock. Examine it carefully. Benefit & Co. -ra WE CHARGE NO FEE TRADE-MARKS, Elc tnt rvv kMcfc tffurtiiti ef tietif FREE OPINION I Mlrxtafttliti. Cerftronifnt confidmtnl. B'tncHrt t Cbict, Cleln4. Dtrit. MILO 3. STEVENS & CO, I4TM STRCCT, WASHINGTON. O. C GEO G. 2 Real Estate, Farm Loans & Insurance Flour Mills and Portable Mills of all kinds a specialty. Merchandise Exchanged. If '.n I ii r .inv'.'n! ft ale or rxthiint!!, call nl list P 1 'iA s.iii.i- a! :h ii .n 1 an .hi l-uMiie ati.l will liml you a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 17 May 1906

6e THin UffE GEORGE I Hl'CKKHY.I Kdltors and NANNIE R. Hl'CKl'.IlY. Publishers. IUCU HILL. MISSOURI. The Transvaal mines yielded S104. 000,000 north ol gold for the- year 905. There la hardly a king in Christen dom to-day whose wife does not over top bim by head. In machinery, big or little, Amerl rant stand at the head of the class; In Industrial chemistry they are at the foot of the class. The right band, although more sen sitive to the touch than the left, la less sensitive than the latter to the effect of heat or cold. But will all the profits there are to be deprived from It, you won't suppose for a moment, do you, that the sugar trust would permit the fruit crop to fail? If a pan of sliced raw onions !s placed in a room ia which there Is diphtheria they will absorb the poi cos and prevent the disease from spreading. The onions should be re newed every day. A bow-legged man usually possesses more than ordinary strength. Why? Because his legs, In supporting great weight, bend In...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 17 May 1906

GUARDED ' LINCOLN'S BODY. W. W. Irurgin Claim Peculiar Honor ia Connection with Last Bltea Over Martyred President. Says W. W. Durgln, or Stoneham. Me.: "I was the first orderly detailed to act as bearer at President Lin coln' funeral. C. I). P. DeWItt was asked to detail some one for the serv ice and he selected your bumble serv ant. "I sat one man tbU side of On. Crant. Don't remember who that of ficer was. (Sen. Howard. Gen. Han cock and Gen. Hooker were there together. "After the funeral I was ordered to ro on that m!ancho!y journey with r "'. .1 ' , I .' ' f ' -:..' 1 : .VI .' 1 ;J-';-.yvAxif..--. ' 1 ' ; a: V4 . i MIKE'S CREAT SCHEME. V. V. l.-URiilN. the remains of the martyred president to their last retting place. "There were la orderly sorpcants. Capl. Comley and two lieutenants. Kroin Wahintrton we went to Mary- land, where the remains lay In '.a:e f r four I. outs. Then we went to Har rlshurg, rblladelhta. New York rlty, Albany. IlurTalo. Cleveland. Columbus. Indianapoli...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 17 May 1906

"Tllf7 T T5T TJ 17 I ML 1 111U 1M-. UKU. I'. IICCHMlY. NANMir. ii. in t uritv . R'ltiora ttfl t'Mltllhr 4tibArMtft"lHitti Site Veat .... 1 1 .Pit I TMer Monili .... Slnflr Cot11" . . .O.t I r- . . i . 1 1.. ..I Al I'n.no In h jw,.l nfl'.r m Km lllll.ie wsn.l clf tnil mllT Champ Clark would male a "Jim dandy" Democratic cnndi- date for president. Hie last census or I Mi -.s, just ! iii.li -ites a nonnlation of , u. i,i. ii an s a pit, ui.tn. ii over I"... .All IIICUMW "i, over 7 l,i Nn in live years. Speaker Cannon is 70 years oltl ami still viperous enough to enforce the Reed rules in the li.iie of Representatives nnd give the majority power to make laws. The paper trust has thrown up the sponge and agreed 1o dis band nmler a decree of court. Now we'll siKtn see what i -fleet it will have on the price of print paper. The Republicans will hold their county convention next Saturday for the purpose of se lectin delegates to the State, .Im'iiiial. Conjjri-.ssiona! and Sen atorial conven...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 17 May 1906

Ladies! Listen to This fB 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 ejonorny 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, BUAR. PHONE NO. 116. f LOCAL BK1EFS. $ Mori- IK'inorratk- t aiuliilatos wort in tmn lat Saturday than usual. Will K!p-i t is at !itim an h vi? it t lii parents, Mr. ami Mrs. (Jus FaV'ort. Dr. S!. iter's uVntal office will b cl-s'-l lxTeafK r on Monday Mini Tiifsd.iy. Tlio ll.Mior CoiinHlians have ivturiH'd t the rit.v, ami will .Hltml tho theatrical vacation at their Uii h Hill home. Hur old comraiie, Amlrew l)u tat is not tfettinn any belter. He i still ahle to he up, hut don't let ut una h. At Y. T. Dinah's dealer in general merchandise, is the best pl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 17 May 1906

5 I f Tir I r ; r ax x a a ...... , . -. 7 WW! CHAPTER XI. Continued. Dick loses his breath, he Is so tmatei to see the New York girl here. What has brought her? He fees that she is wrapped in a heavy cloak and has doubtless worn a veil over her face. "Why have you come here. Miss Westerley?" We asks, somewhat shocked to see her. "To save you," she replies ia some confusion. "What? You knew I was In dan cer you have been warned o this fire?" She nods her head eagerly. "Yes, she came to the hotel almost Trantic with apprehension, and beeged me to warn you. The boarding house w'as unknown to her." "You mean Juanlta Lopez?" he cries. "Yes, (he beautiful Mexican girl. She overheard the plotters, and learn ed enough to know what they meant to fltf ;fn";oMlf flr'Seek -wTnfJ. but eoulT i)ciT 'find" bil ' hf "fWiCf rim.TA l.ist:.r'"jirt "she cin'p loroe.'.nd T hur ried as fast as.J f iiil'i, tut',1 i-eat!y feared I came too !.i;e". How U4d rr.a escape, Mr. Pouter?" '. "I was not In the hous...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 17 May 1906

Happenings frt ni aailalUnr. A'fmrii of ilijire1ntiiiis without pre rrtleiit In (h in mini; district was ills eoveretl m the Jewell mine, trap ni!i from Ji'plin, rei-ently. The. entire un (lerKrouml equipment of the initio ha 1 been completely illsorpiinlei during the nlKht and three men, salil to be Harry MorrU, C. Cranmer and an other unknown, are being hunted by the constabulary on a charge of mali cious destruction of proiKTty. When the day force entered the ground it was discovered that several hundred feet of tracking had been torn up, the !r jitpes to the machine drills dis jointed and smashed, picks, shovels and other tools twisted anu ruined the column pipe In the shaft uncoupled end the working clothing of the min ers either destroyed or hidden under broken earth. The motive for th deed Is unknown. Mlaaoarl Tnrkrn' F.lerfloa. The Missouri Society of Teachers of Mathematics and Science, which closed Its annual session at Columbia recent ly, elected the following officers fo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 17 May 1906

$r ; fl P Soda Crackers H tt and fl i ONE FARE PLUS S2-00 for Hound Trip Tickets VIA Louisville k Nashville RAILROAD To Nearly All Points In A LA CAM A, PI.OICIDA, GKOK iM, Ki:X ri'CKV, LOL'ISI. ANA, .MI3Sl$MtPlf V1UGIN- I A, NOUTII AM) SOUTH CA1COLINA, tknm:ssi:e Tirlots oil n:ile 1.1 ami ilnl TimmI ivh trim May to Nov. eiiilxT liirliisivt. koi nl rt'turn itiiC -1 ila.VK Iroin ilute of Kale. For furtlii-r Informa tion, consult yourliH-iil ngeiit or u.Mto-n .1. U. SlilhUen. I I' A .I.otiUville. Ky. I-'. Ii. Kind. 1 I A. Cincinnati, Ohio. I. Y.. lai'iiiott. 1 1 A.St. I.oiiU.Mo II. f. IlaUiy, N H V A, t liiiao. III. C L STUMT.Ccn'l Pai Ait. Loultvillc.Ky. What d Circat Convenience Is a lountuin Ten. Any p-:ibo:i who will bend The Kan:;:fs City Journal, Kansas City, Wo., FOUR bOLLAKS to y:iy for the Duily ar.l Sun day Journal O.NE YE R, will be mailed us a PR Li RUT a beautiful Fountain Pen; fin? rubber handle, 14 karet cold point, fully " warranted. Ad dress The Kansas City Jour nal, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 24 May 1906

ILL mUBOT .-!' ,1 Q VOLUME 10 UICII HILL. MIHHOUUI.TIIUKSDAY. MAY '-'1. 11MWJ THE RICH : Don t j;lect Insurance. Attention Ladies!! , 7 - : dont forget that I represent one of j the best companies in the United ; States. Do you want to look beautiful? j Geo. 1 Hickeby. Then purchase one of those beautiful pattern hats which are on sale this week at "THE MODEL." Benedict & White j We have, horse, hog and cattle ! cuts, and sale bill cuts for all sm h 1 I printing, and turn out as good ' neat !ob printing as any office in Hates Co. Try us and be convinced. Sec Benedict Eor embroideries, fancy collars, hosiery and notions.glassware, tinware, etc. A full line of jelly glasses just in. Give me your order. McGRATTON 30500, 2.23 1-2, full broth er to Gratt, 2.5 1-2, will stand at the Spencer Stables, Rich Hill, Mo. 10.00 cash for season. $20.00 for living foal. .'15.00 if paid Jan. 1. Owner of mare to assume all risks. Fee due if mare changes hands or location. Foal and dam held for fe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 24 May 1906

fife TRI-BUJSfE CEORGE P. HUCKEHY, I ndltcrs and NANNIE R. HUCKEUY. 1 Publishers. RICH HILL. MISSOURI. Foea to Ilamu Health. If one were to ask. a number et phy sicians what problem most Interests the tried Ira 1 profession to-day, nine out of ten would reply: "The mystery of cancer." There are other disease which are quite as hopeless as can cer, some that are more painful, and one that cause more deaths; but there Is hardly another In the face of which physicians confess themselves o helpless. In many directions, says Youth's Companion, the progress of medicine during the last quarter-century, chiefly during the last decade, tias been marvelous. The discovery that consumption Is not hereditary, and If token In time may be cured: the association of the mosquito with malaria and yellow fever; the serum treatment for hydrophobia and diph theria; the isolation of the bacterium of smallpox these are all recent achievements. Two great foes still defy the doctors. One pneumonia which ran...

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. — 24 May 1906

A WOOL-TYING BOX. Convenient Device Which Aldi the Email Shipper In Market ing Hi Wool. A very useful device for tying fleeces 1q a compact bundle Is hown In Il lustration. It is made of' one-Inch boards Muged together on a central square piece. Thin is one foot square and the sides a are three feet loag at HOW WOOL TTIXfS IIOX 13 UAUE, the bottom and II Inches at the top The pieces b are rut one foot aqua re. To use the bos, explains the Farm and Ilonie. strings are laid across, as shown by dotted lines. Then the flee-e l.i placed upon the ce-ntir piece and the edge folded In. The two aldei, a, are drawn upright In position and then the two sides, b, are forced up ward and In until they are perjx'n dirular. The small clamp, c, may then be hooked over the sides to hold them solid. The fleece may then be brought down Into the box and the etrlnss tied. It makes a compact bun dle and leaves the wool even ujKja the outside. A COOD COW. Stcry of One Animal of Jersey Strain VTbo Paid Her ...

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. — 24 May 1906

5C Foralargofrinrl IIUCK TOWEL, 18 x 34 inches, with rt'.l border, heavy quality, worth 10c each, during this salo, each 5c. ,-r'"S) IT V is,-- ill 1 A iAMILY OUTmuRLlll G RICH HILL, MO. RMY WASH and WHO "sa rrsa ii'aiffji 5 1-2 For full yard wide BLEACHED MUSLIN with a fine soft finish. A regular 7 l-2c qual ity, during this sale o l-2o a yard. GOODS A recent purchase of Wash and White Goods from an overstocked wholesaler enables us to wind up the month with a rousing sale in which we will pass these goods bought at under-the-market prices on to you. The prettiest and most elaborate line of wash materials and accessories that we have ever shown will bo offered during this sale, at prices much below what you have been in the habit of paying. If you will look over this list of specials you will be sure to find at least one item that will make it worth your while to attend this sale. Sale Commences SATURDAY, MAY 26, and Continues All Next Week. Pure Linen Suitings. 'Hit most suitable ...

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. — 24 May 1906

Mid-Summer Goods. It's Our warm weather toggery you want now. stOie is full of new things for warm weather. Summer Wash Fabrics, Sum mer Hats, Summer Hosiery, Summer Shoes, Summer Slip pers, Summer Parasols, Sum mer Gloves, etc. The list is too Ion& to itemize. We have the best line you ever saw. Come in and let us show you around. See our new White Belts and White Hand Bags. The very latest things out. Don't forget that every Friday is RL M.N' A N'T DAY. 5. L. A MLS, BVZWR. PHONE NO. 116. LOCAL IJIUKFS. Money tolARii. j I'.Tygaid attendod tbo I have a few thousand dollars Democratic Judicial Convention, The Denvioratit: Judicial Con" vention wlii'.h met at Kxeelsior to loan on easy terms on good at l'X'Isior Springs, this week. , Springs tl..J wt'.k nominated farm property. LONE OAK. II. P. Robinson. Subscribe for Tin; TiaiifM;. Neud iiM tlio new hj wire. Our telephone I No. .":.'. Mr. .las. A. Urown lias return ed home from his trip north. Miss Heulah Will It: r visited rcluti...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 24 May 1906

CHAPTER XI. Continued. The poor fellow looks plteously at Miss Pauline, then goes to the win dow, and looks out. with his head rest ing disconsolately on hU hands, and bis elbows on the sill. Meanwhile Miss Pauline In low tones describes the recent daring exploits that have marie Colonel Bob a hero and a lion In Parts, while the girl listens with open-eyed wonder. Presently she makes the amende honorable Bob feels a warm breath near his cheek, tht-n his name Is whispered to the softest of tones: . "Bob! oh. Bob!" He answers not, nor turns his head then a rounded arm slips around his neck, and the voice of the charmer Is heard again: "Bob, dear Bob, forgive your little Dora!" With exceeding delicacy Dick and Miss Pauline have turned their hacks upon the couple at the window, though both fmile broadly In "tiro" midst of their conversation when a very positive smack Is heard, imme diately followed by a low cry of, "You naughty Bob." "It's made up, thank goodness," says Pauline. "They'r...

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. — 24 May 1906

Happenings Ilrlt-aatra Maat I'mfr Kara. After 3D yours of tirRiimi'iits pro a ti 1 tun. the railroads lll imt Irmic frr? trnnxirtatln to delegates Httrndlns IxilltUiil conventions In Mistwmrl this ve.ir. The ontor. which lias b'H-n lor wanled to all of the principal railroad oflnrs In Mlwurl. was Issued follow ing the adoption of a resolution by thr ppubllcan state ronimittie on Man h 10, TJ','6, urging the alo!lllon of free transportation for dtdeKuttr. The rail roads will make fpH-lal ratoa for dele pates to the conventions, as Is done for r'rons atirndinK religious pather lnps. If the rallnad companies adhere to their announced determination. 83 they are ple.lped to do. it will mean a revolution in Missouri politics. Never In the history of the present genera tion has it been ncehsary for a dclo j:ate to any state convention to pay railroad fare. I'souilly the (xuii'Uey has txen extended to candidates and ns many hanccrs-on and "rootws" :s carid to go. As a general thing, the Kii...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 24 May 1906

uyy- V S i - j I tu" ONE FARE plus S2-oo fnr Rniinri TYir TiVLhc . '"f VIA RAILROAD To Nearly All Points In ALABAMA, FLOKIDA, GEOIt-1 G1A, KEN-TUCK Y. LOUISI ANA, MISSISSIPPI, VIRGIN IA, NOKTII ANI SOUTH CAKOLIXA, TENNESSEE. Tlrkt-tM on Hale lt ainl onl Tntudtiyn from May to Nov ember liK'htlvt, jrtHul tvturn ln '21 .la.VH from date f wale. Tor further Informa tion. 1-onnult your local tiKi'tit or n.Miet.1) J. II. Milllken, l I' A .bouUvllle. Ky. 1 1). Bush, I) P A. Cincinnati, Ohio. J. i:. Kivenport, IP A.St. LouU.Mo II. C. IValley, X V P A, Chicago. III. C L STONE, Ccn'l fas Ajt, LouUvillc.Ky. What a Great Convenience Is a fountain Pen. Any person who will send The Kansas City Journal, Kansas City, Mo., FOUR DOLLARSJ to pay for the Daily and Sun day Journal ONE YEAR, wLl 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, Kansas City, Mo. I'l'hU offer expire July 1, Iftxi. Legal Notices. Irie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 31 May 1906

JilLdjLs -JO- VOLL.MP. HI KICII HILL. MIBSOUni.TIIUU-SUAT, MAY 31, 190J. 3f- 40 S RICH m Attention Louies! Do you want to look beautiful? Then purchase one of those beautiful pattern hats which are on sale this week at "HIE KODEL." Benedict & White, Sec Benedict Eor embroideries, fancy collars, hosiery and notions, glassware, tinware, etc. A full line of jelly glasses just in. Give me your o;ucr. wr CHANGE NO FEE .AV1 'J,,ul l,v'E cs is uoto TRADE-MARKS, Etc teni ftiuoH fW!rH 94 4KrtotifM of lMiaa lr fF.tE OPINION at U aateotaiiiili. Ceiretpena.rx. coaftoantia). CiUbl'thr IBM. trtwckrt It Chicaaa, Clt?ln. D.t'Vit. MILO S, STEVENS & CO. 4TH STREET, WASHINGTON. D. C GEO G. COOK. Real Estate, Farm Loans & Insurance. Flour Mills and Portable Mills of all kinds a specialty. Merchandise Exchanged. If .-.! l,.-ivc art) thing for m!e or exchange, call and Ittt vm.!' ,iS ipc its I iiion luihine and vvii! I'nui you a I. mil i:!ir way. CoMM I S ION l K ASOX AIlLt. If oii 1 iin'riy....

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