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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 31 May 1906

She TRITl UJSfE CEORCE V. Ht'CKF-nY,KJItori and NANNIIS U. HUCKEUT, f Publisher. XUCIt HILL. MISSOURI. Anti Dog League. Although the dog Is generally ac cepted as being the truest fideud ot the human race, he has his enemiej who are loyal to their hatred. An ef fort of these people to pet together and give force and direction to their antipathy has Just begun, having Its origin with Ambrose Blerre, the es sayist and satirist on the follies and foibles of both canities and humans Mr. Bierce, says the New York Tress, has all liis lifetime beea an enemy of the dog and has given a great deal of attention to projects for his re moval from the face of the earth. In the prospectus of the Anti-l)og League it is set forth "that he is the only one of our domestic animals whose existence Is due altogether to hered ity, ne Is an anachronism, a sur vival, a heritage of shame. He is ad dicted to more unmentionable habits than the number of hairs on his tail, and in point of Inutility he dominates...

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. — 31 May 1906

4 0 i I, UES'3 LOST FLAC OF TRUCE Incident Contacted with HI Sur render in Which MaJ. Morgan ratticlpated. "I met, on Ai iwimsttot day." sii l the colonel, ''the officer who receive 1 Gen. Lees fin of truce. Just before the surrender. April 9, U . This was MaJ. George F. Morgan, nt that time in command of the Une Hundred and Fifty-Mth Pennsylvania In Griffin's di vision of the Fifth corps- The division was on duty early that morning. M r gan being well to the front with lines near Appomattox. A rebel bat'ery went into position to check the union advance, and became so troublesome that Gn. Griffin raid to the connttrd er of tlie brigade: 'Tell Morgan to nke that battery.' Griffin had nt one time comman 'e 1 the brigade. and be knew Morgan. No sooner was t!ie ird"r given than th One Hundred and Fifty-fifth charted the battery. The guns were whisked aw.ty, and the Alabama brigade sup port inK the battery swung around the flank of Morgan's men to compel th"ir withdrawal. Instead of with...

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. — 31 May 1906

The Tribun.eJ (ilo. I". illlKI'.llV, NaNMK It. Ill KMl. Pallium mid publisher. NllbKCllpllotl plllf ?1.M MTJTIir. r.nt.Ti'.l n tlit' Kirli Hill office It MH'llllll thin lll.lt tT. pOtt- What is your purpose in lift"? Now boys, up and at 'cm. Harvo .Johnson had the gatT put into him again. Be game, llarve. and stand up to the rack, hay or no hay. The Republican convention for the nomination of candidates for county offices will be held Satur day, June 2:Jrd, at Butler. The township conventions will be held Saturday, June HUh. We told you so. The name was well played. Seven candi dates from one township was enough to beat u wooden man. The wonder is that Weeks and Dawson were saved out of the wreck. They let the candidate for representative get through to be beaten at the ptolls. Cov. Folk took our suggestion and appointed Attorney J. H. Johnson, of Nevada, judge of the circuit court to succeed Judge Shafer, deceased. This appoint ment, from a party standpoint, was just and right, and...

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. — 31 May 1906

Mid-Summer Goods. It's warm weather toggery you want now. Our store is full of new things for warm weather. Summer Wash Fabrics, Sum mer Hats, Summer Hosier)', Summer Shoes, Summer Slip pers, Summer Parasols, Sum mer Gloves, etc. The list is too !ong to itemize. We have the best line you ever saw. Come in and let us thov you around. SeeJur new White Belts and Wh-e Hand Bags. The try latest things out. Ln't forget that every Friday is KEMIS'ANT DAY. L AMES, , BZVR. RNE NO. 116. LULISIIIEFS. I Mouey to Load. I have few thousand dollars to loan on easy terms on good farm property. II. P. Robinson. r Pr. Sla's dental office will bo closed reufter on Monday Ulld TllCS Mi?" Williamson left yesterday a visit with her sis ter at t'lii: Mr. Kdnger is reported ! "' latt' quite sii i; home of Ii'ih pa rents in tllty. City CI .j. IU Jones ami children d to Ilutlor yes terday t J Decoration Day. I'p.f. U tiliinsnn and fami ly have reVI home from their visit to reh in and near Hut- ,er. Dr. tV Co...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 31 May 1906

CHAPTER XII. Continued. So they speed out into the Oct ber Bight, anil the messenger is li ft be hind he has arrived Just a minute too late but then he is in the employ of the telegraph company, and It will be to their profit in the end. The journey is made without any mishap, and reaching the city by the sea. they find the good steamer await ing them. As the steamer starts about iown, 1o take advantage of the flood tide, they go on board at once, and see that their effects are safe. The ladies go below Pick hears Faullne tell one of the officers that If a message comes for her to awaken her at once. Colonel Bob knows noth ing about this business, and as luck will have It, lie Is the one whom the messenger bringing the telegram itum hles against, after boarding La Cas rogne. "Mademoiselle Fauline Westerly," reads the man. from the his envelope. "The lady has retired.' remarks Colonel Bob, indifferently, thinking it some shopping package that has come at the last hour, sent by expres...

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. — 31 May 1906

I?J CONSTANT ACONY. A Went Vlrslnlan'a Awful Distreaa Throuph Kidney TtouWu. L. Jackson, merchant, of Tark- Va., says. "Iirlvlnar about lu had weather brought kidney trou ble on me, and I suffered twenty years with sharp, cramping pains la the back and urinary disorder. I often had to pot up a dot en times at nlpht to urinate. Retention set In, and I was obllgpd to use the catheter. I took to my bed, and the doctors faring to help, hcpan using Plan's Kldnev Pl'ls. The urine soon came freely aptiln, and the pain prad uilly d!-irp'ir'''I- I hare been cured eight years, and thougn over 70, am as nrtlve as a boy." Sold rv all dealers. T.O rents a box, Foster-Miihurn Co., Buffalo. X. Y. DIFFERENCE OF DECREE. Both Prtd Their ITilr In the Mid dle, Tut One P-art Was Much the Yv'idcr. One of the veteran lawye's of rtur llnnton. Vt . Is A. V. Sr-aldint;, writes V. II Kelsiy uf ly.wf ll, in the H istnn Gii. One d.iy when he was trying a f.iM' in the O.itt' ndm ct.unty court he called as a witn...

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. — 31 May 1906

A Food to Work On $k Home Coming For all Kentuckians Over ."(). OiO former i-itiltnt of tlie InviMtioii of the U.ulsviik. riK'rtl;i) ( liih to ItH lioiin-tMiiiiliice'l- fl.riulon to W held In luUvllle iMoleo. Kentucky lun i-m-ivpteil Uw June 13-17, 1'JiMi . ltwi. It will u- thelik, at 2 o'clock p. m. for the itherlnyr ever held 111 the rrviitHt jj; wtiitc of Kciif.uk.v 11:1. 1 j().(H)i) la iilrvjul.v I Kuhhcrllx-.l for no i-n-tcrtjiluini-nr fiiiul. Wed ii.--.il. 1 f June T3 will le Kti-eptlon l)ii.v;Tliurxiln.v .lime H"! 'outer Dav" In liouur of .stlihen CoIUiim FoKtcr the iiiilhor ff My Old Kutitticky Home;" Friday June 15th Dmilel lloone l;iy; Mturdiiy Jue 16th. tin-liter Kentucky Day. l'or this event the LOLISMLLE & NASHVILLE R R Will ell round trip ticket from nil polntM on lt line to ImlMvtlle and lU-lnrn at DM) FA UK pin- i't rent, ticket U-liiii on wale June 10. 11 and 12. limited returning June 23 with privilege of rxtetudoii of limit until July !23 l.y depuwitlna ticket...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 7 June 1906

TV T A jl jo volu.mi: Ml UICII HILL, MlSSOCKI.THUItSOAT, JUSK 7, 19(XJ. 59. 41 RICH nrTuT!T I lou't Nrtrlect IiiMiraiire. Attention Ladies! 1 , ' tlont forget lht I represent one of j the hekt compan:es in the United Do you w?.r.t to look beautiful? Thea purchase one of those beautiful attern hats which are on sale lliii week at "THE MODEL." Benedict & White, States. Geo. V. HccKKBY. Sec Benedict Eor embroideries, fancy collars, hosiery and notions, glassware, tinware, etc. A full line of jelly glasses just in. Give rue your order. Wc have horse, bog anil cattle cuts, and sale bill cuts for all such printing, and turn out as pood nn;it !ob printing as any office in Hates Co. Try us and be con vinced. WftflhluKton Letter.' Not for years lias there been such a surprise in iKlitical and commercial circles as has been caused by the beef scandal ex- fight the inspection provision ojeii!y. Hut they are leaking a great fuss over the amount of money it will cost them and say they want t...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 7 June 1906

Sfe TKI-BUJSfE CEOnGE T. IIUCKFBY,! Editors and NANNIE R. Hl'CKFUY, Publishers. men hi i MISSOURI. Cure for Crow's Feet. The following little sermon may b taki - n heart by man ns well lis worani. tn business or the home Ufa it is equally applicable bdJ breathes of the best spirit to be preserved in all vicissitudes of life: "Ho piiufiy" has Pd to be something of a catrhword. but it Is a pretty good all-around motto for everyday life as 'well. The cook may have pone away In a tem per on the very day of your dinner Tarty it's a way cooks have or the dressmaker may have failed to send home your new frock in time for Mrs. So-and-So's reception, but frowns and tears and grumblings will not help mat ters In either case. It may be that the world contains other cooks, or even that the same one may be in duced to return in time to save the day. And if not, why not pitch right in and do the best you can yourselt with the best grace you can muster? If your dinner does not turn out quite as we...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 7 June 1906

HIT BY A SHARPSHOOTER. An Interesting Incident Which Oc curred While Lor.gstreet Waa Besieging Suffolk. The following incident that bap fiened during ue siege of Suffolk, Va., by Gen. Lnngstreet, is related by S. E. Sprague, of Company I, Sixth Massa chusetts regiment, in the National Tribune: "The Sixth Massachusetts, to which I belonged, although I was detached at the time, was out on the Somerton road. The confederate sharp shooters had taken possession of a house Just outside the lines. A squad ron of Spears Eleventh Pennsylvania cavalry had tried to dislodge them, but were worsted in the attempt and had to retire, leaving one of its oT.cers badly wounded in the road. But the ONE OK FTKARS- OFFICKKS WAS BAPLT WOI NDKD. w-ounded man was able to move his Brm back and for.n to let the bys know he was alive, lie was one of Col. fipear'a pet oiNiers, and therefore the colonel was bound to make a try for him. "Quite a numtr of the men were round the road, but out of range of the enemy...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 7 June 1906

The Tribune. i;h. r. iiitkk.hy, N.tNMK It. Ill KHIY, Killia.r mm.) riiMUIu'rii. SiilHcriplloii price $1.00 inTjenr. l-'.lUrntl lit till' Well Hill Mwt olllcv iih m-coml i Iiihh mutter. Annoancerncnts. Vi nri' iiiitliori! to niinouncv that 15 K ICS W. ItAKTON. of HiniKT TiMviiKlilp vill lx' riimll (lute for t'omity tlerk. Htil.Jatt to the iKi-UIoii f Hit' Kepulilicnii futility ('olive litlolt. V nrv .-nttliorlwtl to niinoiiint' tluit JOIIX l. MtMlKK. of I isnjri' Tnviiltlp. ivIIMn rninll tlate for KfortltT. milijti-t to the action of tlu Itepulillctin ( 'on lit. v Coiivciitioti. Towiinliip Convention. The Kepublkans of Osa-je township are hereby niiiestetl to inert in convention at the City Hall, in Rich Hilt, Saturday, June US, liHHi, at '2 o'clock. The pur pose tf the meeting is to select '2 delegates to attend the e in vention that will nominate candi dates for county offices. fne nominating convention will be held at llutler, Saturday June 23, l'.W. G. A. Dki-ameteic, Chin. Was h...

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. — 7 June 1906

THE LATEST ARRIVALS. A nice new line of Hand Bags. These we bought at a bargain and will give you the benefit. Values up to i.oo for 49c each. Then we have some new BELTS, BEAD KECKLACES Q COMBS, etc. Come in and see these bargains. Our store 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 long to itemize. We have the best line you ever saw. Come in and let us show you around. S. L AMES, BZAR. PHONE NO. 116. LOCAL HUIEFS. $ Subscribe- fr Thk Tkiucse. N.mi.1 tin tin- new t wlrv. Our telephone l No. TiJ. I Dr. Slater's dental office will! U 1ms.'1 hen-after on Monday j hiuI Tuesday, i Miss Itlanche Hums visited' her uncle, Mr. J. I. Uurns, out j north f Hum- last Saturday, re turning Sunday evening. Dr. Hurgessor, of Nevada, was in the city last Friday on his re turn ln'ine from a visit to his brother (ieorp ut Dapinsvillc. C. II. Walters went to the Ne vada...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 7 June 1906

V. ? J. -VaVeV ho didn't say a word to me about go ing. That fellow Is (hanged since he fell In love he usM to be so frank and confidential, and tow he U secre tive. I reckon It docs make a differ ence In a man. though, for that mat ter. I don't notice It it myself." So he strolls up nd down and smokes several clsa-s. watching the parade, and In reality keeping an eye out for Mops Pauline, but. If they do return, he has missed them In the crush, and he makes up his mind, as the shadows of night fall quickly after sunset, that fhey must have re turned by some other road. So he heads for the caravansary at which they have put up. As Is cus tomary, in this country, meals are taken at a neighboring restaurant. It Is astonishing to see how quickly night comes, once tue sun has Bunk behind the mountains that guard the Valley de los Remedlos. Dick halts once to watch the tricks of some mon keys that a roving It. Han has brought from the South and educated. When he goes on again he Bnds lam...

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. — 7 June 1906

V. AILING WOMEN. Keep tho Kidney Well and th Kid ' ney Will Xri You Well. Slrk. aulTcrliiK, laiiKuld umni ar lcarulujf the tsu raune i.f tuil barki ami hnw to cur thrill. Mm. W. (',. Davis, of (Jroeshei k. Texas, says: "Ii.uk S'bes hurt me so I .....it.l I ar.H At m.f Spells of dlrr.ineM I,Vf wrr frequent and VisQ the n( lion of th( K I ( r 1 1 1 y B W MM irrfR" iilar. Snon after I beean taking Diian' Kl'lncy Tills I passed everi jrravrl stones I rr well and the trout'le has not returned. My hark Is fLixx unit strong and n.y rpit ril health hettrr" SoM hT a'l dealers n rn box FoBtpr-Milburn Co . n-iffalo. N Y. PERHAPS IT CURED HIM. Maybe th Wife H1 Been Out, May be 'Not. tli Effect Waa the Kama. Capt. Mark CaMo w.is helnr ronrat ula"J on his sift of JI.'-"0 fmm the Oarncsle here fn?ul !r hr.tvrrr in the reck of lb" Cherokee, relate th New York Triinne. "Th plft was nnctpi-o.." iM Capt. CaMo with a nioiient mi:I!p. ' It was as unexpected, tjmmh by no moans as unpleasant, as the retor...

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. — 7 June 1906

r : :s - t I f 1 .' '"J I 1 Tlie Backbone of a Mighty Nation is good food food for brain, tood for Drawn, food that is strcnthcninc, that gives energy and courage. Without a proper appreciation of this great fundamental 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 Biscuit which have come to be recog nized as the most perfect soda cracker the world has ever known. And so Uneeda Biscuit will soon be on every table at every meal, giving lite, health and strength to the American people, thus in very truth becoming the backbone of the cation. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY 2i h 1 - - $U Congressman Nhnrtel is one of , tin best judges' of public senti j Hu nt in Missouri, us has 1 o n re ijicatedly lroen by his predie jt ion us t the outcome of clec 1 1 ions. lie lias jiit returned to i Washington from Missouri nm! says io finds the Kouublieuns siiri' of ano...

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. — 14 June 1906

T S RICH f TO) 1TT1W TTT fT" IfAi. Ji JD) IU 1X1 volumi: 10 UIC11 HILL, MlhHOUUI. f MUltSDAV, JUS!: 14, 1900. rrrr JL . Tonr tt- tt iO.il JiAiLj Attention Ladies! Do you wan' to look beautiful? Then purchase one of those beautiful attern hats which are on sale this week at "THE MODEL." Benedict & White, See Benedict Eor embroide; ies, fancy collars, hosiery and notions, glassware, tinware, etc. A full line of jelly glasses just in. Give me your oider. WE CHARGE NO FEE CM!!. 1HE CASE IS ALLOWED TRADE-MARKS, Dc rtt.efc rkMrt 14 drcn..ei t fH.nti lr FREC OPINION I pitmUtonti. Con-efDOftdotct cftnfl.leflt.4l. Eitt"ith4 ISM. InxkN at Ch:c:, Cltn.ii.ii4, Del-wl MILO B. STEVENS & CO. .41 H STREET, WASHINGTON. D. C GEO. G. Real Estate, Farm Flour Mills and Portable Mills of all kinds a specialty. Merchandise Exchanged. If - 'i i .it- iunthiM for mle or exchange, call and list ..inn- ;. i. .ik I ij e ao luisinc and Mill find ) ou a linn nilt-r way. CMM I ION' USASONABLE. If ou i.iiii...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 14 June 1906

Sfe THI'BUJVE CKORCK P. HrCKEnY,KJItor and NANNIE R. HCCKEUr, f Publisher. wen im.u MISSOUKl. .. Th Sewage. Problem. Every ftreat city and many lnrr towns are confronted with tb serious trobiem of the sanitary disposition of sewage. The effect of the waste mat ter of one settlement In the water-sup ply of Its neighbor, not felt in a wide. thinly populated country, grows dan gerous as communities by their In crease approach one another. The problem Is complicated by the rapid Increase of knowledge as to the sources and the distribution of disease-germs. tome seaboard cities pump their sew age far out In the salt, water, which largely absorbs and reconverts the dangerous ir.atter or precipitates it to the bottom. Cut some of the waste poisoDs sea foods, notably oysters. Cities on great rivers like the Missis sippi, observes Youth's Companion, tend down pollu'ed water to the cities below. It does not always reach those cities in a polluted state, for sunlight and air kill the germs in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 14 June 1906

Y CUERRILLAS ROUNDED UP. Trooper of the Eith Tenneee Hjt a Lively Time with Rebel Haid er in the Winter of 1803. A lively cavalry raid In the vicinity f lioilvar, Term., In the winter of 1S6H, Is ilesi rihod In a communication i to The Nation.il Tribune from Com rade W. F. Mosler, Company G. Sixth Tennessee cavalry, dated Alvord. Term. He says Col. Feeling Hurs was commanding: his regiment at tbe time, and it was in (amp near lioilvar. Ouer rilla band"! made frequent incursions in that vicinity, and one nifiht the post ttinwn as "mill tost" ai fired upon and captured. The mia romprising the were turned loos, but the c nfel era'es kept ail the guns and equip ments. These des. ents were of u h freiiuent ocrurrcm-e that Col. liurse determined to put a Mop to them, and although It was raining, he mus'ered tibout 3"u ,,f his men and pursued the cncmy. tin tne secon i day the colonel j and VI of his men who were In advaine f the column came to a house on the right of the road. This, was n...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 14 June 1906

The Tribune. ii.l. I'. Ill KMiV. N.WMK 11. Ill I 1.1 It V, Kditor nixl I'ulilndiei . Miliwrltii.n pi See ?1 ' i rji-nr. F.niriv.l nl tin- Iliili Mill P' l.lliee II- t-volld claw- HI.-lltiT. Announcements. We (in- nut linrlx.il to announce that ki;i:s w. i:kii.n. of Homer Tow it t ( : i will l,-u i-atidi-dnt- for I'omity I h-rk. ul t to tin' hi i-loii nf I he le-piiliiirasi I'oiint.v Convention. Towimlilp Convention. The Koiublk.-ans Ostie township nr' hereby roiUe.stol to meet in lonvontion nt the City Hull, in Kit-h Hill, Sat unlay, June Id, I'.HK'., ;it 'J o'clock, pur pose of the meeting into select deloo.itoi to nttejul the con vention that will nominate? candi dates for t-ounty ofiii-es. The muninjitinn convention will bo held at Hutlor, Saturday June sa, i;ik',. (i. A. DCKAN'KTKU, Chill. We arc authorial to nnnoiiiirc that , JOHN l M'HiKl,. of )u;re To'Milii;. willlte ii i-midi-d.-ite for Kecortler. fiihjeet to the nctioii of tlie KepublUnn t'oiitity foil vriit Ion. We that ar...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 14 June 1906

THE LATEST ANIMALS. A nice new line of Hand Ih.r.s. These we bought at a ba.gain and will give you the benefit. Values up t(i.oo for 4yc each. Then we have some new EELTS, BEAD NECKLACES, COMES, etc. Come in and see these bargains. O.'.r s'ore is full of new things for warm weather. Sunn ier Wash Fabrics, Sum n. cr II j:ts. Summer Hosiery, Summer Shoes, Summer Slip pers, Summer Parasols, Sum mo r Clove?, etc. The list is too Ion-; to itemize. We have the best line you ever Sav. Come in and let us show you around. S. L AM-ES, BZR. PHONE NO. 1 16. "6tj,,ft,u,"lis- N,,,jr - "! ve.1 in the (city Wednesday on a visit to her S i'.s, i il.e f..rTni:TKiiii'Ni:. ; sister, Mrs. A. Uennett, and fam- 1 Pv s.i:'l u- I!..- in-utt l win. ii r - t.-l.-.iioi. u No. mis , i:. Kvau and little ('!::!' Hat. her is adding some J daughter lira..', arrived in the in pios. i,,. nts to!. is homeon thejeity yesterday, and Kev. Kyan ,.;Nt side. '..lid family will now soon bent ,,..,..,,,, . ,. i home to friend...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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