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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 14 June 1906

i. Try StGECSXT. -ws CHAPTER XIV, lt't Diamond Cut Diamond Now!" Pick brushes the dust from his rlo!h(8. Peyond a fe-v slight bruises he has not suffered to any r xtent from the rough treatment to u.ih he has Just brtn subjected. Something like a make Is under his foot he puts his hand down and discovers the lariat which his absconding enemy forgot to take with him In his flight, and Thlch Dick now proceeds to wind around his body unlementh his sack coat at least It will he positive evi dence as to the truth of his story. lie walks on, on hand touch-In: a trusty revolver carried now In the j-ocV et of his loose coat, through which he would not hesitate to fire if !.ece?sary. Thus Plcls Is prepared for all comers: he does not know how many felmilar traps Lopez may have He soon reaches the Iturbe and passes In. One of the first persons he fees Is Colonel Bob. and the latter looks as him In a quizzical way. as though wondering where Pick could have bten all the time. Dick raises Ms coa...

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. — 14 June 1906

t V IS , Happenings in Missouri. UUai.arl la thanali.. iiii iit I'fiii H nitle Mute ronvcii 8t .lifi.rvii C.ty w.n notable for tin' pr v.i!" ir e of modern lint wev.her lrel .Him to; tl',M ib'ie.Ml,... T'litOl'tiM hiilK icallM. 'Ihe old thin- etn crmic i)rc:s wan inn In evidrrce Tin Tiihniie n porter mi only two ,f the old tiiin' pmy ft'uMK It Inn. Colonel Henry A. Newman of lUndolph conn ty wouli not cli;'iire his hat jiny more than w,,-,i!d Colon.) J. West doodwlr The bitter Is, believed t') have obtain- ) liis headioar at the time tin. Mormon! Were drhf-n out of Missouri. It i 1.1 i ;w sf.l that sort). Mormon elder los' It. When t ln Saltlts Hl'lf (iii.ell out t ( Cahlw. II county and t!iat Colonel thiod "In found it and has worn it on Fta'e occasions cwt (dine. Colonid Newman Is thimnht to have obtained bis hat In the mountain of Tennessee while I!u hati.-in was making lils race for tl.e presidency. Coventor iHii liery. It it mid. wore shi"i for the first time nine he had his fi...

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. — 14 June 1906

v, ' k i Every Meee and Nephew of Uncle Sam should x! deeply interested in crackers, because they are the Regimental Reunions and Eorty tfaird Anniversary Battle ChicLamauga, Chattannoga. September 18-20. 1906. On Septcmlier is, l!0t. w ill occur the fort .(-third mniivei vary f tlie Hnttk of t'liirknuwitia. It Is pro-pow-il to ccli'l nntc this lr.t'ii.nralile event with u reunion of the Mirioim rvulineiilH that i.irtlcipattj in this liielllornlile lint tic ninl the viiHoiin linttli-H fought (iroiiml Clmltiiiniii;;!. Tills reunion will Ik- Ih-M i.i rhh-ka-nianua National I'nrk. SeptetnliiT 1. 1'. nml Si. ami the present Imlii-a-(Ioiin lire I lint it will In- tli.. largest Jitnl most notuhle -i.-i t Iiit; iic ever held In the- South. On til.' nlmve date, the rciiinauts of the iirntiiM f twelve Kt.ltew. compriin:r Tlie f.il- lowing: J'eniinylvaniii, Oiii. Mich- liran, Indiana. Illinois.. Vil.i(Kiii, 1 MlnncHiita. Iowa, l.r:olvji. MiK- loiirl. Kiiiikiik nml Kentucky, will hMMeuilile, i...

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. — 21 June 1906

mi: TKIBUMJE I LL jTjI volumi: in UICII HILL, MlOUUI.TIIiriWIAV, JIM: tit, 1 IMXJ. So. 4 J .2 SC . . vtv rrrnur IV B ' Attention Lquics! i ! ' , Do you want to look beautiful? Then purchase one of those beautiful pattern hats which are on sale this week at THE MODEL." Benedict & White, See Benedict Eor embroideries, fancy collars, hosiery and notions, glassware, tinware, etc. A full line of jelly glasses just in. Give me your order. WE CHARGE NO FEE UNTIL THE CSg IS ALlOttED TRADE-HARKS, Dc m4 f9l tt rwr ?Lt ( ln,.ti Ur FRCC OPINION at to ntrnUo.t.t!. Ei1tb!ith4 ISM. rtneket It Chicaa. Clcln4, 0tri(. MILO B. STEYENS & CO. I4TW BTriTT, WASHINGTON. D. C r.pn r. vJL-Vi VJ. Real Estnte, Farm M-f 4 m Flour Mills and Portable Mills of all kinds a specialty. Merchandise Exchanged. I( c.u linve ainthinjj I r ia!ior rxchaiif, call rihI list !:iii)t- Ai'.ii ire. h I ilic.ui hiiMi.ctt iitul will tiiitl )ou hiivfr cut.cr wy. Commission's Uhasonablf.. If on c(intin) p!.iic nmkniK a loan,...

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. — 21 June 1906

'fife TT.imJJVE CEORGK T. lU'CKKnV.IKdltnri and NANNIE R. HUCKEUV, f Publisher. RICH HILL. MISSOURI. Woman ana Business. Thousands of girl arc sent out Into jthr world with what U called finished educations, who cannot even give proper recipe for money, to nay noth ,lnK of drawing a promissory note, draft or a bill, or understanding the .significance and Importance of uusl- nesg contract. Such a woman, writes O 8. Marden, In Success Magazine, iprefented a check for payment the psyicg teller of her bank. He passed it back to her wilh the request that t-he be kind enough to Indorse it. The .lady wrote on the back of the check. "I bare done busines with this bank for many yeaa, and I believe it to be a'.l right. Mrs. James B. Brown." An other society woman In New York presented a check tor payment at the bank, and the teller told her thnt it as not signed. ""Ob, do they have to be signed?" she responded. "What an f.wful lot of red Upe there is about the banking business." I know of a J...

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. — 21 June 1906

( X X K . V O Chapter XIV. Continued. "You go In a carriage, of course?" asks Dick, la a mattir-of fact voice trangely at variance with the tumult racing Inside. "Certainly; I have spoken to the driver." "Who may he be?" carelessly. "Tent man over yonder; the one with the rather respectable figure and dress. He has a pood vehicle." Dick Rives the fellow a keen glance. "Humph! t guess he will do." he mutters, as though his thoughts are far away. "What time are you to leave?-' he ska. again. "At sight' "It Is seven now nn hour hence plenty of time, plenty of It. Miss Pauline, have you any objection to telling me where this house you are tlmul to visit may lie situated? You see. If you are heard of r.o wore. we would like to have a clew to work tilon." She is amused at his tone, and laughs, though IXira looks a lit tie alarmed. "Whati that? not heard from again? I hope Miss Pauline doesn't mean to run any unneces sary risks. I really feel too well satisfied wp.h life, a I find It. to h...

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. — 21 June 1906

The Tribune. Ilio. 1'. Ill ckKHV, N.tVMK It. HlCM-llV, I'.ilitorM Mill I'iiIiIImIuTk. Kiilmcrtptloii price f 1.110 jT.vi'nr. Kntcrcd tit the Itlt-li Hill oMUv IK HffOllll chlMM lllllltl T. pOht Announcements. W my nut linrlnil to announce tlwit i:i:i:s w. p.aktox. itf 1 1 1 tutor Toiviixhlp will lx u Candi dal" fill' ('unit y Clerk, hllbjfl't to the decision of llil- lapilhlic.'lll ColIlltV Conv.-ni ion. We- urv mithorixeil to announce th.it JOHN" I). MOOIti;. of Os.-ige Tow ii-hlp, will lie ii inndl date for Kecor.ler. auhject to thi ne! ion of tin- Ucpublicnn County Convention. VVe hiv autliorixiil to announce tliut .CHAS. JU KHK. of Ione Oak Township, will n candidate for the noinlntitloii for HhofifT. mibject to the dfcUlou of the Keptiblican Connt.v Convention on June -3il. Tlit' name of THUS. I, lMU'tiLAS. w ill U roH'iitiMl to the Kcpiibllciui Count j- Convention km u candidate for the nomination for Circuit Clerk. We nr.- authorial to announce that K. l HA 1 1 1 ' I". I X . ...

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. — 21 June 1906

HERE For Bargains in Summer Dress Goods. We are offering an excellent quality of Lawn for 5c a yard. Other fine summer goods at proportionately low rates. Get a new dress for the 4th of July. S. L. AMES, BAZAAR. PHOHE HO. It6. " IUMl IMJI t'tV 7. Subscribe for Tin: Tuibcnk. J. Kd. Jones was in Hutler Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Cleve Young of St. luis, is in the city visiting friends and relatives. Dr. Sinter' dental oftice will n' closed hereafter on Monday and Tuesday. W. C. Iledden was in Sedaliu l.it week on a visit to his son, James and family, on his return from Salt Kiver. Editor Funk of the Hutler Re publican Fre, favored theTui niNK with a pleasant call during the convention. Marshal llrouddu, of the Kan sas City Court of ApiH'als, was in the city to day serving papers iu matters pending in that court. Uur Democratic neighbors put their best foot forward in the cu tertainmcnt of the delegates to the Republican convention t!ay. Want i;t Wheat, Com, Oats and Flax. Will pay highe...

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. — 21 June 1906

FARMaJ?GH1DEN MEASURING HAY STACKS. Eules hy Which the Quantity in the File May Be Accurately Ascertained. A pood rule for the measurement of hay In stacks Is reco mm ended by the Kural New Yorker, and is as follows: Mean length, times mean width, times mean height to ehjulder; plus length, times mean height of ridge above shoulder, times one--alf the mean wid:h at the shoulder equals the volume. FIRST STACK. Height. lereth Width to Shoulder. IxL-!0 eijuiila vvi ou. ft. Ijclnit shoulder. 6xiixi2 equals r..;6 cu. tl. aluve shoulder. FK i iND STACK. f7" xtn .jallC'iUu. ft. I cl"tr sVM'r. LTxi i-xli.a equals " cu. tl. auuve siri.l'r. Where the stack has the Inverted V-shaped top, with the shoulders weil defined, it will be seen that the vol ume above the shoulders is given by the product of the length Intra the height of the ridge above the should- MEASUREMENT OF HAY STACK. er multiplied by one-half the width of the stack at the shoulder, because, as Illustrated in the sketch. If the s...

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. — 21 June 1906

V STATEHOOD PASSES UNANIMOUSLY Not a Dissenting Vote in the House Against Conference Report. AflrrSlx Yours of Struu'Ele, Oklahoma and Indian Territory arc (Ivt'ii the Klsht to Form a Stato Arizona and Now Mexico to Yolo on tho Proposition Important Pnnislous of the IS i II Speaker Cannon Kxplains. Washington. P. C. Oklahoma wan formally Invited to come Into tl.e Vnlon of states Thursday afternoou. An Invitation wag also extended to Arizona, but the conditions lmos"l were such that the offer will be de clined. The 2.0(0,ft00 jwople livinjr In what Is now Oklahoma territory fcnd Indian territory have It altogether within their own power to form the state of Oklahoma. After such a titter flzbt the door to statehood wag opened wl'h almost ridiculous ease. Not one vote In 3SC waa raft a;Unst the proposi tion and no roll mil was required. It. tonic exactly 20 minutes for the sihc to be made which were per mitted and the motion to le carrb'd whleh formed the propowil state of Oklahoma and...

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. — 21 June 1906

ml- i . ft V ( U U n !; t ' I Uneed h s Regiments! Reunions and torty third Anniversary Baltic Chickafnauga, ChatHtinoa, September I8-2C. 1 9 DC. , . i . , , . , , , , , ; , ' ' "' nul iMr!,r lilt- f I I II II l il lull tT.S.I IV Ol Tilt lint tie of ( Ii k;iii;uii:;i. It. in jiro jiowetl to i-t'lfliratc tliU mi'inonilili event with n ivunioti of the vnrioiiH nsriinoiiln that t.irticip.ilel In tliU ineiiiornlilo luitlle nml the vuriouM lintlleK fonuht uroiiiiil riuittjinoona. This reunion will he hehl at Oikkii-iimu-i National t'ark.SeptemlHT 18. 1 n ml 3). nnl the vrvt-eiit liulk-n-tioim me that it will 1k the larfht Mini innt noialile titlierln ever hehl It) the South. On the uIioti Oaten, the rt'iiinuntx of the in infc'H of twelve ftaf'-n. comjiriKiiic the fol lowing: i'etnix.vlvfiiiia, Ohio. Mich- 1'HII, llllIltlDM. Iilillll's. iKCitQHill. MlniieHota. Iowa. NeiiniKku, MIh-oiii-i. Kaiixan iiml Ketitm-kj. will liKM-iiilile. many fur the tir-t nml liKt time since they mareheil from ...

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. — 28 June 1906

MOT "nun BJB1JI VOLUME 10 KICII HILL, MlKMOUUI.TIIUitSOAT, JIXIJ -', JWJii. 5. 41 TEDS LL Extraordinary Redactions I FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS. S! Up-to-date Millinery at $ "THE MODEL." gi Your choice of any hat in stock at cost. Corhe at once and make ? your (election. ALWAYS WELCOME. Benedict & White. 1 Have you seen our hand some line of CHINA and RACKET GOODS? Also a great display of FIRE WORKS for your 4th of July supplies. See BENEDICT. r.. wc CHAnai no rcc ttBIM. IHS CASI IS UUSU TEADE-rUEIS, Etc t4 il ttrtt 4 SmcHiIIm H toi.Mli FREE OPINION M lnit. EUMtl IM4. Breach it Clucf. Cl.l, dMi M1L0 B. STEVENS & CO. 4TM STRICT, WASHINGTON, . C GEO. G. t : w m Real Estate, Farm Loan3 & Insurance. Flour Mills and Portable Mills of all kinds a fspecialty. Merchandise Exchanged. If you have anything tor sate or exchange, call and list same with me. as I mean business and will find you a buyer either way. Commissions Reasonable. If you contemplate making a loan, call and get my f...

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. — 28 June 1906

Sfe TRIB UJSfE CEOUGE P. HLTKEBx, I Editor and K ANNIE It HUCKEBY, ( Publisher, CUTTING THINC3 men KILL . MISSOURI. Arbitration Displacing War, Anyone who has carefully followed "the arbitration movement during the decade since 1895, Including the work and results of The Hague conference, to aajr nothing of the nearly 200 cases f dispute settled by tnls means in the previous go years, knows that arbitration can no longer fairly be spoken of aa an experiment Arbltra tlon is not any longer an experiment nor even a series of experiments, aays an Atlantic writer. It Is now the settled pn-ctlee of the civilized na- tlons when dispute arise between thcai, and la universally recognized In international law. A government which will not try arbitration before resorting to arms is, in these days, scarcely considered respectable. War, Instead of being the general practice of nati3ns, as it was a century ago, when serious disputes arose between them, is no longer resorted to except In rare Inst...

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. — 28 June 1906

RAILROAD RATI: BILL Important New haw Tor the Regulation of Interstate Commerce Has Passed Colli Houses and Received the Sanction of the President. DUTIES OF "COMMON CARRIERS" ARE DEFINED IN THE STRICTEST TERMS Heavy Penalties Provided for VIoIallons Thirty Days' Notice of Change In Kates. Pares and Charges Must be Given Provision for Appeal to Interstate Commerce Commission. Following ts the text of the rate bill Ms passed by congress and approved by the president: An act to amend an act entitled "An act to regulate commerce," approved February 4. 18S7. and all arts amenda tory thereof, and to enlarge the wer of the Interstate commerce commis sion. He It enacted by the senate and house of representatives of the I'ulted States of America In con press assem bled, that section 1 of an act entitled "An act to regulate commerce." Bp- showing all the rates, fare snd rhsrgn I for transportation between Jiffereo; poluts on Its own route snd betweeu points on Its own rtrute snd points en tr...

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. — 28 June 1906

TTlIBUNE li i. p. ihtM-.iiv, N.IN.MK It. lll'llsKllV, F.dltora anil 1'iihllMliern. Ntilmerlptioii prlii- 100 ieryenr. Filtered nt the nidi Mil! pout otlice iim wennil i-liiKN mutter. Republican Tickets. State. State Hljperllltelldellt J. i;. WHITK Kallroud mid Wim-limine Com. K V. KLENTtJE. Congressional, 6tr. Dist. W. O. ATKKHOX. Bat nCounty. Senatorial, 16th Dist. .1. . OVEKHY. Henry County. County. For llepn-seiitnllve ;i:o. ciifkcii. Tor Sheriff ( ins. v. r.EAKH. For nreuit Clerk XV. M. I.YI.K. For Iteeorder JOHN 1. Moo UK. Eor I'niMi-iitins Attorney P. H. HOLCOMIl. For County Clerk It. XV. B.VUTON. ForTrenurer J. V. BOBBITT. For Prolmte Judirc tiEO. P. HlCKEItY. For County Collector J. T. WHINNKKY. For County Aawanor T. B. BOWI.INC. For I'uhlic Administrator L B. ALLISON. ForCoroner K. XV. WILSON. 1'rvHidliig JmlKe County Court It. F. HA UP Ell. J udgv Northern Ilntrlct V. H. DkAKMONI). Judre .Southern Dlntrk t JNO. AltMSTUONO. Vote for the gas franchise and show your loyalty t...

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. — 28 June 1906

HERE For Bargains in Summer Dress Goods. Wo are offering an excellent quality of Lawn for 5c a yard. Other fine summer goods at proportionately low rates. Get a new dress for the 4th of July. S. L AMES, BAZMR. PHONE NO. u6. f LOCAL KKIEFS. 1 Subscribe fr Tiik TKtlilWr:. I' rial) Avers w-nt to Kansas City the tirt of the week nil a buines t rip. Dr. Slatcr's dental office will bo 1hihI hen-alter on Monday ami Tuesday. Harry llincs, of Kansas City, uiit Simd.iy in tin city with relatives ami friends. Mrs K 11 Kibv, of Kansas City, is v isit ing her parents, Mr. and M r. Ivl 'rabb. S'. V. Burrows, of I'apinsville i inity whs in the city Saturday 1 n iU i n n after business. (loo. Wiles and w ife seiit Sun day in l''t. Se it t, Ka.s., the guest of Will Ogdon ami wife. A heavy rain early Sunday morning gives the Marais dos I'ygiie.s river another threatening llspet t. A splendid ruin visited this i ( inity last l Yiilav night accompa nied vv itii vivid lightning, thunder and heavy wind. ...

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. — 28 June 1906

2Y irNOVYOIKf Chapter XV. Continued. In front of the door Dick halts his team. Lights abound Just here, a number of colored lanterns hanging from the trees. The music of a foun tain can be heard close by, and the air la heavy with the Intoxicating per fumery of flowers. A carpet has been laid upon the eteps, for these Mexicans of the upper class know all the wrinkles of Fifth venue or the boulevards of Paris. As the pretended driver hands the ladles out, he gives no Indication of hla Identity, but Dora looks at him closely Dora, whose eyes are to sharp that little escapes them. He does not know whether she sus pects or not, but sees the ladles mount the steps, at the top of which they are met by the senora, and all vanish from Ills vision. Dick looks after his horses. Sev eral servants approach him, as though cxlous to talk, but they get such abort, surly answers to their questions that they soon give up trying to make the acquaintance of the boor. Thus Dick is left severely alone, ...

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. — 28 June 1906

'FINES FOR THE PACKERS. Freight Broken Must Go to Prison la Addition. Happenings in Missouri. Amtar, Morris, Sniri, ? aaa Marllaalua Kallroad Hurt aiB.OtKI Kara fur Hraatlaa. Kansas City, Mo. AftT vigorously scoring dUhonest practical of railway companies, shippers aud their audits lo riving, recrltlcg or procuring unlawful concesfcluna lc freight rates, Judge Smith MtTherson Jn the rolled States court here Friday pronounced sentence upon the follow ing convicted corporations and per sons: George I Thomas, freight broker four months' Imprisonment and a fine of $6,000. L. B. Taggart, chief clerk to Thomas three months' imprisonment and a fine of H.Otm. The Chicago, Burlington ft Qulncy railway, a fine of 15.000. Swift & Co., packers, a fine of $15, ("0. Cudahy Parking company, a fine of $1 3,000. Armour Parking compnnr, a fine 01 15.00O. Nelson Morris & Co., packers, a fln of $15.W0. Ilcuardinn the equal guilt of all th Indicted corporations, Judge McPher ton said: "I assess ...

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. — 28 June 1906

J JT -JZ- j Tine II Food Value o2 a You other of these Regimental Reunions and torty third Anniversary Battle Cbickamang?., Oiatteimoca. September 18-20. 1906. On Kej.t.'inlT 1 lOf. will occur the fortA'-thlnl anniversary ol the l(att If ( I liU kiiii)nii a. it 1h pro loel to crk-brntr memorable veit ltb a renuior, ,,t the vjirioun regiment that ti.tr t Winn ted Jn thi wvtworaiik Iwitlle hikI tin- rnrtouK kuttk- !.iiKbt nrfiiiiiiciiuituiiit:ii. TliU reunion will .. wt nt CblckM vutuiw National! 'nrk. Septetutwr 18. 13 mid 3i. anil t Ut. orew-nt iiilicu tiunu nre that Jt will lie the larewt ami iuot noU.Mu (.ntherlnj; ever U-kl ia tiv- 8rotii. On the above dates, the renu ,antn of the nruile of twelve Mat , comprising the fol-lowiux- IVnr.pylvanla, Ohio. Mich Jjrnn. In.lianj minoi, IhcoiinIo, Mlnnenotii. iowa. XcbrnokM. Ml HonrL KaiMaH Htid Kentnckv, will imwmlile. ni any f-or the flrxt nnd lnt time Bluce they inurvhed frotu It blood-Htalo ed fields, tortv-three yearn nmt. tiere it o...

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. — 5 July 1906

MIL -rr IK ,1 JJJMQ vuLUiMi: 10 niCII U1LL, MfNMOUUl, TlIUItSUA T.JULY 3, 11K). 5o. 4 Extraordinary '(I) ' n,w. ; IIUUULUUII5 iliSutrt FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS. Up-to-date "THE Millinery MODEL." at Your choice of any hat in stock at cost. ; Come at once and make your selection. ALWAYS WELCOME. Benedict & White. Have you seen our hand- (J; some line of CHINA and ; RACKET GOODS? Also a great display of FIRE- WORKS for your 4th of;:-' July supplies. See BLNtDlCT, 1 WE CHARGE NO FEE UNTIL THE CASf It ALLOW 2 TRADE-MARKS, Etc tn roocH ttck 4 f?eri0ti ef !mtat InfRECOPIMONll to titUk4il. Cormo!ic cMSOootial. Eilkll4 1864. Br.DChet at Chicato, ClwlaM, 0rtr.it. MILO B. STEVENS & CO. I4TM STREET. WASHINGTON. O. C 7- I irl 1 lilt lim. K Real Estate, Farm Flour Mills and all kinds a specialty. Merchandise Exchanged. If m.u have anything for ale or exchange, call anil lit vmie miiIi ne. ns I mean buMnest and will find you a Inner ciiiitr way. Commissions Reasonable. If iiu c-int-ii!i!:ile...

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