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

fife THIHUJE 11 1 tors and Publisher. NANNIE XL HCCKEDY KICK HIM. MISSOURI. 7ol1 Cer.crrtlon. As the result of the disinterested effort of David Lubin, a cltijen of San Francisco, the king of Italy has In cited the nations of the world to send representatives to a conference, to be held at Rome, to consider the pro priety of creating an International In stitute of agriculture and If o de cided, to organize such an Institute with clearly denned objects, author ity and duties as set forth In the pro tocol which will be the baais of the deliberations of the conference. Mr. Lubin, soys the Chronicle, of that city, la a gentleman of keen Intellect and broad views, and hla original pro posals contemplated for the proposed institute a scope of activity and of authority In connection with them which seemed to most of us too broad to be even subjects of discussion, aa practical measures, by the present generation, and to be necessarily post poned for serious consideration until the good time...

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. — 5 July 1906

PUTTING ON ; f The Lieutenant' ArroRimce Kot Rel ished by III Men, and They Get the Laugh on Him. S ' k L.v;-t, IE: WAR'S CRIM HUMOR. Into tha Jaws of Death" Hoda Geu. Stevenson and Hla Gal lant Staff. It. whs the delight of the boys of the Sixth Missouri to pet the perioral angry whenever they could, writes an dd soldier correspondent of the Na tional Tribune. The brigade during the siege of Virksburg was encamped down In a gulch betwen Logan's bat teries and Fort Hill (the confederate fort), and It was my business to take the orders from the headquarters of 1he brigade, which was located back of lagan's battery, out of sight of the Johnnies, of course. I could reach the brigade and keep out of sight of sharpshooters by twins, a'mmi two miles around and coming "P throuph the pulch. but laziness or recklessness rause 1 me penerally to go over the rl.Ipe between acme very heavy puns and coming out In plain sight of the enemy 'a batteries. I had been having Rome pretty close calls, an...

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. — 5 July 1906

-The TRihuiSiE.!' l,e D?m-,rnt the , UIMTU'l JtlSt KOUtll Of US o?e CEOIU nann: TilCU As I effort I Fra ncl Tiled t repress bold a rriety stitute elded, wiO Ity an tocol delibe Lubiu city, 1 nd bi po&ala instill auttio! which to be practl gencr poned the g Ir. 1 howe- with tit:u, 1 Hi iVKit, . N INMtC It. Ill I KKKV, Kill tor iiml I'iiIiIIkIktm. Niiliwrlpllmi pilic 1.ihi x-r.vi-ir. Kiitervd it the Rich Hill OtlilV tin MTIIHll lIllKH lllattlT. pout- Republican Tickets. State. stnto KiirliiliH)rnt .1. T. WHITK. t.'iiilroinl iiml Wim-liouw ('(.in i: w. flkxtue. nominated Hon. Win. Hackney vanini jor Congress. A very good Democratic nominn tiou. - W e are sure die ladie of Rich would appteciate it if the new rnanhnll will enforce the Hnti-pit- ling ordinance n little more vigor- ouIy. Some of he men arc cem ingly forgetting ih(lt ,1cre , kucIl mii ordinance. fjnYVW allowed pension for 0un(encH. AiUfsTiNti katkh. The. rates recommended by cxojiiinin;,' mir Keons in their certitic4ite...

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. — 5 July 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 proportion a t el y low rates. Get a new dress for the 4th of July. S. L AMES, BAZWR. -Ti PHONE NO. 116. f LOCAL BItlfiFS. 3 Subscribe for Tin: Tkiuunk. Dr. Slater's dental office will bo closed hereafter on Monday and Tuesday. Wantki Wheat, Corn, Oats and Flax. Will pay highest mar ket price. 1 'koi-i.'h Ei.kvatois Co. Opposite Johannes. Mr limner Kiiiitirnii;)i and hod, Itf t'tlilllllte. K.'ttlM.. lire tin1 Kllt-Tlt of Kich lllil relative. I'. A. Wntier lian piirvhusi-d tin' Aaron Hart ImiMlii on Purk Ave nue late ly oivupleil I iy S. llumi'Htoii Uev. J. ". Kirk of Hume, itl feudist mitt took pnrt lu tin ervtiin at t ! Walnut Street M. I., Church Sunday Slight, Mm. M. II. Chancellor nrrlved In tlieilty M. unlay on it, vlalt to her nod, Kev. W. is. Chancellor and liU w Iff. Oipt. J. 1'. I'row lirldjii "lid wife of Kuiimi 'Hy, ent Sunday vUlt ln the l.iinll...

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. — 5 July 1906

m CEO NAN TUCI At efTcr Kran ite repr hold priet ttltu clJee ilii ty t Joco delil Lub city, and posa mst auto whit to Hi prac gent pom the Ylr. tow Hill jirot whl' Iron Cf T posi ejiti lor rir intc ren Th roe lis It ! con woi lufi lati pre ant la cui en in at qui " th clei a i e th th po th tht or en mi pr. Ce tu) In J At SSl P tu. OK r ar 111! a tn no f.r ro of ta In Tl tn to ' 01 M tl t h P Hi o b 8 8 fey If A'W CHAPTF.E XVI. Continued. "I cannot come; this miserable pro fessor Intends I Rhall remain." la ments Cora. "You wretch!" and Pick mnkes one rprlnti forward, whereupon Trofessor John Is seen to sprawl flat upon the floor, rolling over and over, to get be yond the reach of that Iron arm. and the foot that roema to be propelled by sprlnes of steel, all the while chat tering Ifke an excited monkey. Dora, thus relieved, flies to the side cf her mistress, and clasps an arm around her In a protecting way. though It would appear that the lady's maid was more In need of protection ...

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. — 5 July 1906

A REVIEW OF THE WORK ACCOMPLISHED BY CONGRESS Passed the Meat Inspection, Railroad Rate and Pure Food Bills at the Close-'Many Important' Measures Peccnio Laws-'Most Notable Session in Last Quarter of a Century. . Washington. Ccnfrrei romj'leted Friday the exerution of It legislative prop rn in me ami a;l)rurnel Saluriijy. On the eve of adjournment the dif ference between the houe end senate on the imjRrtant bills pending were adjusted. As a result of the action t:tken the following ineai-iires were laid tefure the president for his approval: The railroad rate act. The agricultural appropriation bill. Jn eluding the meat Infection amend ment. The pure fix'd act The president sipned the railroad rate bill at 11:45 Friday eight- It goes into effect in CO days. Kew Epoch in Leg-'.slat'.sn. Had rothing cite been done this con gress these measures would Maud out us nioLuincnts to the pre eat oa lonal ailminiMratloii. In emphatic uiutiuer they mark the be-Rinnlnir. of a new c;kh h In fede...

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. — 5 July 1906

f - ' T n F7 n Li Regimental Reunions and Eorty thlrd Anniversary Battle Chiclamaaga, Chartatinoa, September 18-20. 1906. On ScpffinlMT In. V.m. will oivur t!ie fort.t'-thlnl mini vt-ritnry of tlm liattlf nf t liii-kiiiimu;t. It In pro pomM to rclclirntf till nit-moralitf ?v nt with a n union ol the vnrioiiH reiim-nta that artu-iiittil In HiIk mi monililo Imttle ami the viirloiiK luiules fought nroinul Chnttfliioomu TIiIk reunion will tie h.M at Clikka inn is lt;i National Park Kt.nt.ami. iu J'.liiml hiii! the litvwiit lii.llrn tloim art? that it will In- the Innrwit ami muKt notntilu aatherlnir ever held in the South. dates, the rviiinantM of the nrinkn oi i w rive Hintex. romprinlinr the fol lowing: lVniiro IviiiiIh, Ohio. Mich- ikhii, inuiana. iiiinotM. vt luconwln. .MinnrKotii. Iowa, NrhraHka. All aonri. .anan nml Neiitiu-kv, will nxM-mlde, many for the tlrat nn )at time ttlnce they marched from It blooil-Htalned flelils, lortv-three "rHr iijjo. Here ix one of the great opportti...

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. — 12 July 1906

RICM EiiiilLJLi i i LP if TT-T i iT? is n VOLUME lO KIC11 IIILU "r-wOUUI.THUIlSDAT, JcfLY 11?, ItKMJ. So. 4i iii Extraordinary Redactions ! FOR THE NEXT TWO " WEEKS. Up-to-date Millinery at y "THE MODEL." !;! Your choice of any hat in C) :' ) (?. ? (I) stock at cost. J at once and make t'aO C) ' '; v (Si Come your selection. ALWAYS WELCOME. Ecce diet & White. Have you seen our hand- $ ,S some line of CHINA and t RACKET GOODS? Also a & great display of FIRE- ' WORKS for your 4th of ft S July supplies. See & BENEDICT, ; A house and lot fur hale. Close in. At a bargain. Call on Gm. P. IIlTCKEBY. A-R.Frogue, of Vernon county, formerly of this city, came up to spend the fourth with old friends A. C. Bradley and his son Har rison have gone to Altoona, Kas. to engage in work at the big smelter plant. .! " ;.ifi.i?' Miaaourl raclfle Time Card. WOHTH UOl'M), T. UH'II A SO K. C. No. 24 Ix-nven 1:10 p. ra. No. 210 Iavea 9.-.V) p. in. No. 2i6 Ix-aven f:00 a ra. wkht MorsD, rr. hoott...

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. — 12 July 1906

We THI&UJVB GEORGE T. lll'CKEUY, i Editors nl KANXIK IL HUCKEUY, Publlshcri RICH HIM. MISSOURI Use of Vacations. Most vacations which fail are tin ucetsr.ful bciau.-e they aie jnisfils. I Is furious that In a matter hfrp In dividual needs anj personal prefer ences p.re r-o Importfint. observes Youth's Companion, the final decision should often be allowed to rest on other grounds. For the groat ma Jorlty of men and women wlia work but who have a vacation, two weeks represent the limit cf time which they ccn devote to rest and recreation. That is only one-twenty-sixth part cf the year, and most person ncd all of It, and need to use It In the wisest way. What Is (lie wisest way? No one hut the person himself ran tell; nd hence the folly of allowing one self to be overinfluen'ed by the advice cf others. One cf the we?kly maga ilues lately contained accounts of va cations In camp, in an automobile, on a bicycle, cn foot. In a canoe, In hunt Ing with a camera, in reoins Fifth avenue, ...

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. — 12 July 1906

WIDTH OF TIRE TO DRAFT. Tigures Taken from Bulletin of the Missouri Agrlcalturtl Experi ment Etation. An Ohio correspondent writes an Inquiry regarding some testa as Pj the relative draft of wide and narrow tlre.1 wagons on all kinds of roads and fields, to which the Ohio Farmer re idles that the bulletin referred to was probably bulletin No. Zi, Missouri Ag ricultural experiment station, which Klves the ret-ults of th? extensive tests by Prof. J. H. Vat;-s. The net load used was always one ton, but the slx-itirh-tired wagon a I45i nndn heavier than the 1-5-im h-tlred one. making the loads 3,2115 and :.SS) pounds, respectively, when the wusrons were not enrumhed with mud. The results were as follows, in trlef: On pood macadam rac tin? draft of the wide tires w;;s !' per cent, less thau the narrow. On Rravei road wide tire was Zi. per rent, less. On dirt roa'.s, dry Rnd smooth, no dust, wide tire was SO K per cent. Ifis. On clay road, deep potie.v mud. crying i n top, wide tire was Z...

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. — 12 July 1906

The Tribune. (il.o. J'. I!r kKliv, WMIS I!. ill Kl llV. Kditors (iti'l l'lil'llslii'iK. SuliHtTipHoti pri('( $ I.(iO pel jciir. Kntirvtl nt tin1 Kirli Mill po-t (ltn.v iin hi-cnnil elusi in.it tor. Republican Tickets. State. Slate ISupi'rititeiideiit J. V. wniri:. Railroad and Warehouse Com. i:. w. Ki.i:T(ii:. Congressional, 6th Dist. W. O. ATKKHON. BaltisCoiiiii v. Senatorial, 16th Dist. J. . OYKKRY. Henry County. County. For lU'pnwnt;ilive u:o. CHlltClI. Tor Sheriff H AS. 1 I!KAKI. KorCltvuit Chrk w. ai. i.vi.i:. For Keeordrr JOHN 1). Muoi;r.. Eor l'rosoeutitifr Attorney P. II. linLooMi;. For County Clerk It. V. BARTON. For Treasurer J. W. KOBUITT. For Probate Julirf i;i;o. P. lll'CKKP.Y. FurCount.v Collector J. T. WHINNKKY. For County Aumesnor T. B. HoWLINU. For l'utilie Administrator I.. B. ALLISON. For Coroner . B. W. WILSON. Presiding Judge County Cuurt K. F. HAKPKIi. Judge Northern IitrU-t W. II. li:Al:.Mo.M. Judge Southern Ii.-trki J NO. AllMSTKOMi. A surplusof sjt"i,(KKi,(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. — 12 July 1906

TTTTTTTT?TTTTTT?TTTTT?TTT TAPE EGIRDLES.1 4 A new lot of these popular corsets just received. We sell them at 50c each. 4 j 3 i 3 . ' 5 AH our Summer Goods is marked 5 way down. 3 It must be moved 1 to make way for 3 WlUr gUUUb ; E Which are already 3 , . . 2 XOW lb. yuui 4 1 4 4 opportunity 4 ' I to get good goods 3 ; cheap. 4 4j 3 S. L AMES, PHOME NO, n6, 1 2 , N, rs p w Uenedict last evening "rTTT777T777T7" ' A neat little sum was realized. f LOCAL MIKFS. ! A goodly number of the Indies Aid Society, of the Walnut Street ; M. M Church, met at the elegant Dr. Slater's dental office will j -,Im. ()f Mrs. HattieCoflman yes Ins closed hereafter on Monday j terday and transacted the routine and Tuesday. j business of the society. Dave Smalley, who is now lo- j 'piio wire bridge the w- cated in Kansas City, visited his torworks Uilaid. The embank- .......A.l.AAAAAftAAl. parents in this city last Sunday. Wantkh Wheat, Crn, tut un( Fla. ' Will pay highest mar ket price. Fr.oiM.K's F.i.KVA...

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. — 12 July 1906

gSTGLTWIE,,. CHAPTER XVI. Continued. In vain 'Jots the hull-fighter seek to riose. The American is surrounded hy what seems to he a living wall of fists. s1 every time Barcelona makes fierce lunge foiward, something strikes him squarely In the chest, or administers between the eyes B blow that makes him see stars. He realizes that the field la lost, since these two men must be heavily armed, and will not scruple to use wen pons If they are pressed. The Mexicans engaged wl:h Colonel Bob hare had most of tbeir enthusi asm knocked out of them, and one by one are shrinking away to nurse their swollen faces. True, a bail-like voice roars oaths, and endeavors to encourage the assail ants by the declaration that victory Is sure and near at hand; but the owner la nowhere to be seen, since the wily senor thinks too much of hia comfort to loin in a melee like this. Colonel Bob's enthusiasm seems to Increase rather than diminish, and the last brace of enemies who endeavor to run amuck with him...

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. — 12 July 1906

"7 Happenings in Missouri. Whr Ik (tic tiini'i-r vlth the Ozark ? I'Ive-lxt! t i'f Hit' f.' .pi of Missouri live on two IhlnW of if. Due -third of tho state in hut f;nrfly Fettled, nl th.Tv.h It hd ib-m'-n-t r:ite. on ktt.d of nc fullness wph th: lie nil npp'e. The profes. or of the college tf ujrrl Cu!tu:v have lien tr:tvellti over I'io plateaus Hnd tho b;!d ktsobs. They have hrciii: h t to CobinMa barrels f the tadl of the 0.sirk:i, and are learn in jj what It wants 'and how to mo ldy the need with practicable effort. On tho vn'mt lots ;nd pfte phuei about ;tliH and towns prows lnvur luitly a familiar ve, ,i. It Is a dis tant and disreputable cxi'isdn to alfal fa, and Is not. d for its ability to take i'r nf tisif it It I'okhaia clover. In the (;irks this I'x-hhara clover prows !ile a cel. nd after this wcel has rrown on land which wn wholly unproductive hcfoie, Kentucky MiiKruFS will come nnd over the pronn.1 with cod. Th.it !s one thin? the collepe of nirrii-.ilt itr lias found ...

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. — 12 July 1906

v ; vi l ... 1 I' i 1 " 1 -" 1 i I I 8 ( 1 4 : -A n anct- anything you chooft rail, for initascc er alone. At every meal or for a manch between r&eali, when you feel the need of an appetizing bite to fill op a vacant corner, in the morning when you wake hungry, or at night jut before joinj to bed. Soda crackert are 10 light and easily dif ested tf.at they make a perfect food at times when you could not think of eatinj anything cite. But as in all other things, there is a ditkrence in sod crackers, the superlative belnj U.needa Biscuit a soda cracker so scientifically hiked that all the nutri tive qualities of the wheat are retained astd developed a soda cracker in which all the criglnal goodness la preserved for you. KATIQKAL JUICLUT. CQUTMtt v Regimental Reunions and Ecrty third Anniversary Battle Chickarnaiiga, Chattmnogs. September 19-20. 1900. on s ptemU r I. Vjug. will occur tlie foiti-tlilnl anniversary ol the I tut tie of CliU'kaiuiiusii. It 1 pro Vosed to celebrate this ...

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. — 19 July 1906

TME; RIOT HILL TOLTOJJm v oku mi: hi KICH HILL, MtMMOUItt. TI1UJISDAY, JULY 10, 100 Extraordinary Reductions roii Tin: :.t.:;t Y.TEXS. U -to-date "Tin: i-i minery MODf.L." Your c.no.ce cj m.y i I' ::o:k r.t cost. Come r:t cr.cc a;. J your y?-fct: '". always y,ti cor. Dene Jit, I u 'id.itr. Have you 5-ai our !i son:? bio of CHINA p.ackht coons? a:; full km- of no;'.c".5 kinds. Glvj uj .-. . si i;LMi;icr. - Wn CHAPOC NO FEE -J TRADE-MARKS, Etc. Srtf rfu;W ifci-h 6r- rt fi ft ler rut E OPINION u to p'r:j, , :,. Ccfip.'riejic ct.r.r.cr. a'. Ettltt lh'd !tC4. Brnchf tit Ci. tijf, Clt-tt !atd. Cr(-iL MHO B. STEVEHS Sj CD. I4TM STREtT. WASHiNJTCN. D. C . s. ;-v.v . . 1 I Ivcal Estut j.l arm Flour Mill:-; and ;iil kind.; a Merclnaidiie 'It -.; iv , 1. 1,.' , I .1 I'M'. .. I . If " : : . i I i i ' t i v. . 1 . i ' . I I I V ' ' ' 1 ' I t ' ! f II . ' .t : i . :. ..' t j i '.. i i' i i i. Illllllll ill hiu -"V IZ ' t if 7 I ,o .v; ; 1 1 hiMl 1 -$. r r HOME ViSiTOncl' CXCUFSIONS j f X : v .u v...

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. — 19 July 1906

ciconcn r. HiTKnin'.i Editors mid N ANN IK R, HL'CKnuY, J Publlshci . net nn.u . Missouri. New Pleasure fleet. A rhlladeiphlan tins ha J a happy Idea, which will enable the country to take Its pleasure sadly this summer, la the Rood, old "Anglo-Saxon" fashion, says a writer la Everybody's Maga rlne. He has Invented a "pleasure railway.' This Is to carry submarine boats or cars that will dive under a lake, pond, or other sheet of water, and run at various depths on the bot tom. A station standi! at the water's edge. Thence starts the track, run ning In a vertically undulating direc tion to the bottom. The steel cars or boats are shaped like a hollow shell. The top part la for passengers. The rest Is to be a fresh-air reservoir while the car is under water1. It Is air and water-tight. On the upper side Is a removable water-tight, dome-shaped fcood of glass, whereby passengers make their exits and their entrances. A running cable pulls the car, operated ty a grip in the passenger compa...

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. — 19 July 1906

L ' O' - -w. v. I ? BATIKJOtMi; V (V v ' ' CHAPTER XVIII.--Cor. Untied. "You bet." Is the on!y comment tUk vouchsafes, tut tils manner ahows bow coolly he takes the stir ring Information given, which may nifan the greatest of danger And per haps death. Truth to tell, he Is worried secret ly, but only because those are with Mm who may be Injured In the mo lee. He has aires dy considered a scheme, wild though It may appear, . by means of which he shall win the favor of the assemblage, and thus crush the Incipient rebellion. It Is too late for them to pot siway from the crowd. As soon as they make a move the very thing they seek to avoid will be precipitated upon them. Some other plan must be tried, and the more Dirk Denver reflects the more convinced he becomes that his wild thought is not such a bad idea After all. At any rate. It suits his no tion as a clever way to win the sym pathy of the crowd, which, like most of Its kind. Is. In general, a good' natund one. ready to swing 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. — 19 July 1906

The Tribune. (il l). P. Illl KI CHV, NXMK K. llltkKllV, I'.dllor nml I'uMIhIhtk. Sul.Kcriillii price 1.H lK-rjcnr. Littered itt the KU-li Hill pout- C'MltV ll HeCOlid fllf. llllltttT. Republican Tickets. State. SlHtl- HUlMTltllrlllllMlt J. I". XXHITL. lSitilroad nnil Wim-lioime Com. k x. i li.n h;i:. Congressional, 6th Dist. W. O. ATKKSON, Bjltf eCOUIIt.V. Senatorial, 16th Dist. J. . OVKKRY. Henry iiiit County. For HfjiroHeiitative liKU. CHtI!ClL For Sheriff THAN. K. UKAKlt. For Circuit Clerk v. si. lyll For Kit-order JOHN SIOOKi:. Kor rromt-utiiig Attorney P. li. IIOLCOMll. Kor County Clerk U. XV. B.XUTON. ForTivnsiiivr J. AV. BOBB1TT. For Probate Judire ;eo. p. hcckkpy. For County Collector J. T. WIIIN.NKItY. For County AwseKsor T. H. BOWLINH. For Public Adininixt rntor I.. B. ALLISON. For Coroner li. XV. WILSON. Presiding Juiixe County Court is F. HAKPLK. Judire Northern DUtrii-t XX. II. IikAUMONK. Judge Soiitliern Iintrk't J NO. AKMSTIIONd. A surplus of stl.iXMVKK) very g ratify...

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. — 19 July 1906

TTJTTTTTTTTTTTYYTYTYTTTfYT TAPE EGIRDLES t t t A new lot of these popular corsets just received. We sell them at 50c each. All our Summer Goods is marked way down. t It must be moved 3 t to mako way for J winter goods 2 which are already 3 arriving. 3 Now is your J opportunity J to cet good goods 3 cheap, l 6 5. L AMES, BVZWR. ?om no, no. k k kk k k AA iiii 4 kkkkkkkkkkkk ? LOCAL I5KIEFS. J Cecil Allies went up to Kansas City l ot Saturday to visit friends a ffw lays. A great many of our iople 11 re visiting the Nevada Chautau nu,i this week. Dr. Slater's dental office will !. closed hereafter on Monday and Tuesday. IVter IVarsoii and wife are st iil absent visiting their children over in Kansas. Mrs. Frank Conch and little ' d.uighter Sehna, sent ..v..,-.,1 ! St t I tt I , tla.vs visiting her parents. W. W. Burrow s and wife, near Fapins villi-, last week. Mrs. Frank McQuitty went to St. I.uis Tuesday, to meet Iter i d.uighter L-llie, who is return-1 ing from an eYten.loil visit to...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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