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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 19 July 1906

A POST OF DANCER. Green Recruit Went Through All the Tortures of Actual Encounter with Enemy. When the pulse of the nation throb-, ted In response to Father Abraham' call for 'Vcveniy-flve thousand men," j be n.an to arms was ao great tiiat i the maximum number of companies j tras exceeded by the enrollment of j beardless boys in some instances. The j veterans of the Mexican war were In request. One of these was deemed t-uflUienl to season a virile company. The ri.w young men were eager for the fray how eager we all .remember ! rajly, so many bright boys went brave-j ly to their death. j The Twelfth Pennsylvania rejlmont j In the three mcnths' service were s.a- turned on the Northern Central rail-j read; they did guard duty. That rjad j was all im:oitant It was the great highway over which the troops that were to fight tho union's battles were dispatched to the capital. The regiment was uretched out over an Interval of 30 miles It relieved the First New York infantry. If my memory s...

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. — 19 July 1906

Happenings Mala IfftnrMMrr llrpurl. The it ii ri i:t 1 rii1 if SLt!i Snr- Jlltelll'ellt lf lll-lirilli-H W. I). Ylltl- cilvrr Ii.ih ifc:i r--i'i v 1 fiiim t!i Irlnii'r, ami will l- (tlsfrlliniKl t. ni'l.lly RH m'k-I! At: purine Dip M'U-c-ral ii.t'i'av:il in life itisiirunee twit ters hist year, StiiH'rltiUMnlcnt Van dlvrr lecume 1111 I m pi iria n t figute, owing to the ilraMlo iiie:isiiren he jii ploynl in lirinpin? tome of the )ir; New York riimpniiir- to tiiiie in rs-fpi'i-t to the laws of Missouri. The rt'ixirt thowg tliat In iiito of '.be lis ( lot;(ir-ii that hi.ii Keno'l tio rerorj cf nianr of the compiinies in lS-t., th Insurance butlnp8, as a whole. In Missouri, was j.'rvntir lu vuluin than rvcr before. Exclusive if fraternal Insurance, the total premiums ;aid for lif; Insurance in Missouri lu"ins .the past ye.tr wan $5...2r..:;2Jl. Pur ine the Mine year th coininiei puiil Ix.Iii -yhoMcr a total of $1,977,772.0-,. Thin left a balance of f 1 4a.7. The fire companies also mad...

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. — 19 July 1906

i , i ' ( ) n r; ft tii.:. 4 1 do .v,v ink Regimen tel Reunions anJ tcrlj- . third Anniversary Bsltlc Chickamciiga, Chattannoa. S:tUmi,.T 1S-2CU ISC". Oil Scl.teiulier . I'.i'X': will t lie tort .V; lir ! ,-t nniver-a ry i t: Pattle of liii kainau.i. Jt is posed to cctelira te l!iU i: . ! r.. '. event with a r.-miioii -f i v.ni-r.s i repiments that nan U ipn o - ia tii.s Iiieliioralile l.a 1 1 le- iiiei tie- v.irini.s: lint ties fought aro'iud t im l i.-i r i J lll n-tillloll Will ( Ill-Id .'It tllek.-l.j iii.riiu .-:uioii;w i art;, xp-iiii imt is. lit and -a. and the i'.-.-i:t indiea- lioax are that it will ! t n--l.-iri-.-t ,. , .- , ami nioht uot.ilae aatiK-ria- i held in the Nmtli. on ;il.ve Oaten, tlie reiiiii.-uits of the ti rmi,- ' j.f twelve states. eoaimiVi!.-' 1 he f. d- ' lowing: Pelilisv Iv.im.l, Oiiio. .J.eli-- liran. Jadiana." Illinois. Wisc.-nsin. Minnesota. Iowa. Nelmikji. Mi. Miri. Kniitas and Keiitnikv. wi'.i llHseiul.le. n.any for the hist and S t-t Mood stained f...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 26 July 1906

TTriTn TP VOLUMK HI UICH HILL, S::380UltI,TIIUItiAY, .11 ,'I.Y 20, 1 tKHJ THIS TRIE mwk Extraordinary Reductions I FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS. U-to-datc Millinery "THE MODEL." You" choice of any hat in ; stock at cost. , Come at once and make ? vour selection. ALWAYS WELCOME. v Benedict & White. I Have you seen our hand- 'i some line of CHINA and ' JACKET GOODS? Also a full- line of notions of all kinds. Give us a call. V A bouse and lot for sale. Close in. At a bargain. Cull en J Geo. P. Ui t Ki uv. Wanif.d: Gentleman or lady wilh good reference, to travel by i rail or with a ri, for a firm of $250,000.00 capital. Saint v $- (. 02.00 per year and expenes; ala. rypaid weekly and expenses nd- , vanccu. Address, with its nip, Jos A. Alexander, Rich Ilii!, Mo BLMDICT, . Missouri Pacific Time Card. NOHTII HOI'M', T. I.OCIH AMI K. r. No. 2t licnvcs l:lo ji id. No. -10 leaven !:". p.m. No. L'lXJ Ia'HVea -"MMl a 111. WKMT Hof.VD. FT. KCUTI OI.NTHAI,. No. 4'!" I-ave 1:45 p. in. No. 4oy leav...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 26 July 1906

CK0RGI2 P. HCCKEUY.I Editors and NANNIE U. HUCKEHY, ( rubllBher, RICI HIIX. MISSOURI. So Abiding Class cf Rich Mn. It is quite jn necessary In this coiifl 1ry to feel alarm about the rise of a permanent class of very rich people, declares Charles V. Eliot ia World s Work. To transmit great estates U hard. They get divided or dispersed. The fceirs are often unable to keep their Inherited treasures, or If, by the help of lawyers and oiber hired agents, they canage to keep them they cease io accumulate and only spend. This is one of the natural effects on his chil dren c-f the very rich man's mode of life. With rarest exceptions the very rich r.ien of to-day are not the sons of the vtry rich men of 30 years ago, but are new men. It will be the same 30 years hence. The wise rLh father will try to put his sons into thc? benefi cent professions and occupations which have ttrong Intellectual and morai in terest, and in which pecuniary inde pendence Is a distinct advantage. Such are the pub...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 26 July 1906

HAD THRILLING EXPERIENCES Dan vet Man la Civil War Bepeat edly Escaped from Hit Con federate Captora. Every old soldier who give worthy aervlce to his country has a :ory to tell that the modern per.entl n would delight to hear, and one such Is re called by the recent death of Patrick OCoanell, of panvers, at the ase of 6.1, says tl:e Ito&ton Transcript. He wig a respectable business man, and h .8 beeu commander ot the local Grand Army post, as well ns president of the first Mhks.h hw-etts unloa of stirrlved reliel prisoners. Only 15 yeirs old when be ; ,.. t), U) Gmrs. t.roKnall( h ) (Hs enllatei tn the servU of the ralon, la UuirulM,p0 il!niM.lf n tne w. r of lsl2 June. 1SCI, OConnell was take,, prl- anJ wa8 knjWQ M the Hero of So oner near IVtewuurg. Va. He wis . . - . . h f. r?t sent to Llhby prln In Kb hrn nd nnd then to Ileile ls.e, where h? Buf fered much. End was then ft irted for Aiwleronvllle. Cn the Fourth or July O'Cour.ell Jumped fr..ni the moving train ind got to th...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 26 July 1906

The Tribune. il'.O, I'. Ill ' K I- HY. N.VNNH-; It. Ill M.liY, 1'ililiMM iiimI I'hIiIIhIh'I'k. Siilwilpllon ilii- $1 Oil er,venr. ijit.nii .-it the nirii lini ixt- Otlilf 111 mVOIIll c'ilUM lMUltlT. Republican Tickets. State. Sin te 'Kniierlntendeut .1, r. whit i-:. Ktiilrojnl ini'l Warehouse Com. K W. FI.F.NTUi:. thf retail UHM-rlinr.N at JcT.Twn Tho diuVrrrco bflwwn Kopuo City lust w.-ck, iiin.n- other ijt.;m ,imj j),M, era tic i,.dminis- Congressional, 6th Dist. V. . ATKKSON. But s County. Senatorial, 16th Dist. .1. . OVKI1RY. Henry County. Coonty. Tor Kfjirfucntnti ve ;i:o. (Tiui; ii. For Sheriff CI I AS. F. For CIrtuit Clerk W. M. For lleo.order JOHN 11. uf.aki. I.YLK. Kor I'roteeutliir Attorney P. II. HOLCOMIS. For County (lerk 11. W. BAKTOX. ForTrensiirer J. W. BOBBITT. For Probate Jml:re UFO. P. III CKKISY. For Comity Collector J. T. WH1NNEKY. For County As4tor T. B. BOWMXU. For I'ulilic Ailiiilnltriitor K. B. ALUSOX, For Coroner Ii. W. W1UXOX. l'rexiillnji Jii'ljje County C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 26 July 1906

VYTTTTTTfTTTYTfTTTTTTTTTTr TAPE GIRDLES A new lot of these popular corsets just received. We sell them at 50c each. All our Summer Goods is marked 3 E way down. It must be moved 3 t "to make way for E winter goods E which are already 2 E arriving. Now is your opportunity E to get good goods J c - v cheap. S. L AMES, BVZUR. PHONE HO. u6. 3f LOCAL MUEFS. "J Dr. Slater's dental office will Im closed hereafter on Monday and Tuesday. Judge C A. Denton and family tire spending a week's vacation at Eldorado Spring. Mi'sm's, Ileritian ivnd Simon attended the funeral wr. vice of Judge Sum I'vy ut Hut ltr Tuesday afternoon. Aug 1st is suld ti bo dog day. K.i imv our don tax or get tho dugout of iho way of tho mar r-hul! Iy that date, Killing will begin then. At a roi cnt baseball game at KiohJIdl a young man pit hi anUlo bone fractured and U now going ft bout on crutches, and now j:oiuoh tlx." Hutler Jleinocrat and jells us that a young in an named Ih-rn tt, member of a Johnstown basil hall c...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 26 July 1906

! . I &Sr.flLClfiEi 1 CHAPTER XVIII. Continued. He begins to experience a feeling flint up to (Ills time, has beeu foreign to hiM nature fear becomes a factor An tho game. What if this American towns him before all th"? people will Barcelona, the pride of all Mex ico, the. hero of a hundred Victoria la the arena, ever dare to lift his head In public Spain? lie would give year of hi life for chance to beat this accursed gringo to a Jelly In the presence of the peo ple. How fiercely he would send those powerful fix's of his Into that tare which mocks him now with a atiillehe would mar the good looks rf the other forever. Back and forward they push, cau tiously sparring, and each watching Icr his chance, though every' unedu rated eye ran ace that Barcelona' only hope Ilea In a audden coup .ie trace, by means of which he will fln 11) hla antaKonlut. I'ick does not dcslrfj to prolong the affair beynad a reasonable time he lias already dono what he wishes with the bullfighter hiid him...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 26 July 1906

CLEANING THE BACK YARD. Justice Brewer, of the Supreme Court, Calls It Good Work. II Kara t aria Ham la l.Hatarhlaa a lireal Maa. flat lb ( nualrf Mill Ur Hrnrntr. Milwaukee, Win. "There Iih been a pood deil of 1lturbonre ic the boly polltlo the pat year and I' U Ilke'y to rontlnue. The nation 1 engaged In tbe butlneea of cleaning lioue. I'nele Sum Is dtturbin8 a preat many. There are a great many thnt wish be would not be io partl lar. The truth of It Is. we have been a Ions tjme. fixing up or.r front yerda. They make a magnificent ahow-Ins- We have forgotten that every houe has a hark yard and have nut teen B8 particular about It. We are goinir to clean the back yards." These were the woids of Justice Da vid J. Brewer .of the supreme court of the Tr.lied Stn'e-s, In en address Wednesday nlifht before a large num ber of life liiRiirance Hirent J ho have been holding their annual convention In Milwaukee this week. Continuing Juftice P.rewer enid: '"An n result of the work now going ...

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. — 26 July 1906

A Foci So Work Regimentdl Reunions and Eorty third Anniversary Cattle Chickamauga, Chattannoa. September 18-20. ' 1006. On St piemlter In. l!W. will occur the fort V-l liinl aiiiii wrsar.v oJ the ltaltle of ( liickamauiiii. It 1m pro pi met I in tvlelirnte this inemoralile event with i ivttniou tf the various rt'iiiieins that p.irt icipateil In thin nit tin mi Lie I m i tit anil the various Ituttlc.t foouht nrioiml t 'hatt.nnooa. 'hi reunion will l.e liehl at Chickn maura National Park. Septeinln'r 18, !'. nml -'K ami the preheat indica tions oe that it will lie the l.iret nml iiioi-t iiutalilt fiatherin ever held in Hie South. On the nliove tlatett, the remnants of tint iirmies of twelve Ht.ites. ompi icinir the fob loHio': I'tim-vl vani.i, llliln, .Mich igan. Imli.'tun. llliutOK. liint-in. Minne.la. Iowa, Nehrawka. Mi Houri. Kn;. Has ami Kentucky, will iinn?!ille, mauy for the tirKt ami hint time Him-e they inariheil from Us Mood Mnincd fields, torly-tli ret' yea ik t;o. Heiv i on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 2 August 1906

THE RICH BULL volumi: 1(1 K1CII 11 ILL, MM ".L'ltl.TIIUItSIAYt AVi:iT 2, IIK) extraordinary Reductions !l IN Millinery MODEL." Up-to-date "THE at Your choice of any hat in J stock at cost. Come at once and make your selection. ALWAYS WELCOME. Benedict & White. ', Have you seen our hand- ': some line of CHINA and $ RACKET GOODS? Also a full line of notions of all !;, kinds. Give us a call. BLMDICT, WE CHARGE NO FEE HAUL THE CASE IS ALL0WE3 TRADE-HARKS, Etc i tend met, tVrlrS i4 4ncrtetM T IkhiI r w nit gpimor t Mnautf. CtrrenoKdKct caS4Atl, Cfti6lit) 1864. rtstket it Cktts, OmtaM, D(.L MiLO B. STEVENS & CO. I4TM STRCCT, WASHINGTON. D. C V i mi MilllWIIIWwTtl Subscribe for THE TRIBUNE. S1.00 per year. I GEO. G. COOK. M Real Estate,Farm Loans & Insurance. r. 'J Flour Mills and Portable Mills of M all kinds a specialty. Merchandise Exchanged. L If you have n ) t hit; jj for sale or exchange, call and lint same with me, as I mean business and will find you a j lnirr either wa...

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. — 2 August 1906

'ffife TRITiUJVE CEORGK T. HCCKF.IJY, I Kdltors unci NANNIE R. HICKF-UY. Publishers, 1UCII HIM MISSOURI. The Fascination of ths Marest. "Thrift In thy slrk'e u1 rc,,p; for the time Is come for thee to reap: for the harvest of the earth la ripe." There Is a fascination In the harvest that weaves a wisp of romance Into the sheaves that are bound up these long, sun-flooded days, where the harvest of the earth Is rlre. It Is not elone a selfish rejoicing In the knowl edge that a generous yield means an absence of want that awakens the uni versal Interest In the sturdy army now marching aps.lnst the battalions of bearded grain and will move north ward gradually as the harvest of the earth ripens In regions where the sun bines less ardently. There Is some thing Inborn In even the most urban of men that causes him to feel a thrill of Joy at the sight of a great wheat field waiting for the sickle. It Is not lone the hope of profit that causes the student to hasten from his books and the man...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 2 August 1906

-(GARDEN V CULTIVATING THE POTATO. The Merit! of Level at AgMnst Hill Cultivation Better for Dry Weather. There are two distinct ways of cul tivating the potato level and hlil cul tivation. The latter Is the older meth od and many farmer still follow this llan, Irrespective of the possible value of level cultivation. I believe that a pood deal depends upon the year and the kind of potatoes planted. I have found, however, say a a Will county till.) correspondent of the Trail ie Farmer, that 1 get Jutf as satinfactoty results from level cultivation as I used to get from hilling, besides I have the advantage of keeping my ground In letter condition. During a dry year I have found cerlous objection to hilling the crop, for the reason that the greater sur face exposed by hilling aids evapora tion, in the accompanying sketch, which I have taken from a recent bul letin from th? Maryland eiperlnient station. Is shown a typical potato vine. Suppose that the soil about this vine is hilled. Th...

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. — 2 August 1906

The Tribune. ;ro. p. Hum ii v. Nanmk U. Ilt KKIiV, I 'alitor and I'iiUUIh r. Mit.Hi iiillmt .ilie $1 u per year. I'lil nil lit the Kith Mill post- lilil'l' MI'OIld l'lIMM lllill lT. Republican Tickets. State. state rtllMrinteiidellt J. V. WHITK. Uailrond and Warehouse Oom. K W. K1,KNTUE. Congressional, 6tt Dist. v. (. atkkhon, lintteCouoty. Senatorial, 16lh Dist. J. . OYKKBY, Henry County. County. For Kepreseiitatlve ;i:o. t iiftu n. Tor sheriff (HAS. 1'. Ill'.AKD. For Circuit Clerk W. M. LYI.K. Tor Kccorder JOHN I). MOUUK. I'or Prosecuting Attorney P. II. HOLCOMB. For County Clerk K. W. BAUTOX. ForTrenmirvr J.' W. BOBBITT. Tor Prolmte Judge UF.O. P. HICKKUY. For Comity Collector J. T. WHINXKKY. For County Awewior T. B. B()WLIX(. For I'utilic Administrator U B. ALL1SOX. For Coroner B. W. WILSON. freshling Judge County Court 11. F. HAKPF.U. Judge Northern IMstrict W. U. DkAUMOND. Judge Southern District JXO. AltMSTl:(). It may be there are nineteen families in Washington City who can...

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

jTTTTfTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTrTT TAPE I G I RDLEIS 1 A new lot of these popular corsets just received. We sell them at 50c each. All our Summer Goods is marked 3 way down. E It must be moved 3 to make way for t winter goods t which are already 2 t arriving. t Now is your opportunity to get good goods cheap. S. L AMES, BZUR. PHONE NO. 116. E t kkkkkkkkkkkkki $ LOCAL IMIEFS. Road the TuinrNK. $1.00. Dr. Slater's lnt;i ofncs will jt tlux'd hereafter on Monday and Tuesday. The base ball game was won by the Kansas hoys by a score of f t.C. Tin Kuhn building' on North Oth stivot, is being put in shape for occupancy . Mrs. (inn. Ijiiwson 1ms return ed frm h'r visit t relatives and friends at F.ldorudo Springs. Miss Xita Jones and brother, 1 iss, went to Butler Tuesday to visit with relatives for some time. Why t'retand Worry Minn nr t him n neverv cold. Vimi iifol im'I fenr iii'uiuoii1ii or other ptilmonnry dlwnwu. Keep fiii1li'. x It ti Itulinrd'a 1 1 un bound Syrup a positive curr for fold, fo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 2 August 1906

0 . it By the aid of that most marvelous modern Invention Walter Wellman, Washington correspondent of the Chi cago Kecord-Herald and noted arctic explorer, is making a third attempt to reach the north pole. Of the count less number of attempts to conquer the elements of the far north few, if any, have ever excited the Interest of this expedition of Mr. Wellman and tits chosen companions. It this thing of going about It in new way that lifts the Wellman expedition to a plane high above all previous efforts in point of Interest that places It in a class by itself. The devices fixed upon by Mr. Wellman were selected because they were the latest offerings science has made which were available for the purposes tif the expedition. The two expeditions made by Mr. TVellman, one in 1S94 and the other In 1S97-9S, like those of all other ex plorers, were made on the theory that "o Svitrxec n AT . eVw. .w i-H G Room t 'irua tut Ah .rjo C OQAQ HChOK Showing the equipment material of the chip. of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 2 August 1906

s-r.nLOXE CHAPTER XIX. Continued. I'rtsi-iitiy evpry pan In camp Is re of the coining attack the sounJ of axs rlrEing on the timlitr is heard some kerp guard while the sxrmn stre ncthen thi-ir do fcnsos. Hick personally superintends the fastenings of the horses, tied In the mouth of a little Ihnd canon that runs off fro:n their camp, fciid make . natural corral wl'h the help of a few lops stretched aa n harrier at Its mouth. The animals tre precious to their progress, and they must take no chances of losing them through a stampede. Itetween the two Waders every de tail Is looked ln'.o, the men fcaTe plenty of ammunition, and know hour to use It. There mill be dreadful slaughter hen they open on the cVs peradoes whom Meiican gold has tired to attack them. The desperate renor has Indeed adopted dn prate weans when he conses to this. His tians are work Irr badly, and he has reached th-e low est level such & nature can descend to, when, utterly regardless of human life, be determine...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 2 August 1906

I; VV oi a R U I s I FIte Backbone Mighty Nation b good oCKi ood for brain, tood for Drawn, food that is strengthening, that gives energy and courage. Without a proper appreciation of this gregt fundamental truth no nation can rise to greatness. A. - f f nr.A trvl.i rrarlcrr; are beinp used more and iU &U (U UVIV V .jvrwu I J more every day, as is attested by the sale of nearly 400,000,000 packages of Uneed a Biscuit, which have come to be recog nized as the most perfect soda cracker the world has ever known. And so Uneeda Biscuit soon be on every table at every meal, giving life, health and strength to the American people, thus ia very truth becoming the backbone of the nation. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY I I " t ( Ll Regimental Reunions and forty third Anniversary Battle Chlckamauga, Chattannoga. September 18-20. 1 0OO. On Nc.teniler l !. will mrnr the furt a"-1 1 1 1 r I tiniiiverrinrv of the I'.attl.' of ( liick.-iniauira. It in jn- : joed Id celel.rate thU memorable' event wit...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 9 August 1906

1 I TIBDE TT1 CM TIT" i ll, If Tf .VI VOLUMC 10 mCU HILL, MlSSOCUI.TIIUltSDAY.DACGUST, 11KK5. IHLiLJii lJi.N Mf o (I) CI (') (J This space belongs to 'THE MODEL." Watch it for Bargains. Benedict & White. A houso and lot for sale. Close in. At & bargain. Call on Geo. P. Huckkdy. Wanted: Gentleman or lady with good reference, to travel by rail or with a rir, for a firm of $250,000.00 capital. Salary $1, 074.00 per year and expense! ; sida. rypaid weekly and expenses ad vanced. Address, with stamp Jos A. Alexander, Rich Hill, Mo MUsourl racl&e Time Card. NOKTH BOLSD. KT. LOIIH AND K. C, Ko. 204 Leaves 1:10 p. m No. 210 Leaves 9M p.m. No. 208 Leaves .5:00 a m WEST BOUND, FT. WOTT CKNTRAU No. 437 Leave 1:45 p. m No. 409 Leaves 6:03 a. in SOCTH BOUND. No. 209 Arrives 5:50 a. m No. 207 Arrive 1:10 p. m No. 203 Arrives 11 M p.m. KHT BorND, FT. SCOTT CENTBAL. No. 4"4 Arrives 12:43 a. m No. 410;Arr1ves 9:43 p. w K. A. IUil.kt, AgU WE CHARGE NO rtC IMt CASE IS aLLOHES I P . lira ni...

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