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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 9 August 1906

GEORGE P. IH'CKKIIY,! Editors snd NANNIE It HlCKEllY, ( Publisher. men HIM MISSOURI. "The Burial el Sir John Moore." A writer ia the Critic has GlscovereJ why the author cf that old-time fa vorite of the school readers," "The Eurial of Sir John Moore," never suc ceeded In writing any other poem which was considered worth printing. It arrears that "The Burial cf Sir John Moore" Is nothing but a transla tion from the French cf a poem by I-ally-Tollcndal. an officer of the Trench army, who wrote the poem after the death of a fellow soldier. Here are two stanzas from the French poem: le nn fle tambour, nl la marche funehre. Nl le feu cy e--lda(s r.e marqua on depart Ial )u brave, a la hate, a travers lea tenrbres Homes nnui portanle la ca davra au rempart! ! mlnult e'etait l'heure, et aolitatra el sombre La lune a peine ofTratt un deblle rayon: La lanterns lulsa.it penlblenient daas 1'ombro, Quand de la balonnette on creuta le ftazon. The opening stanias of "The Burial ef Sir John Moore...

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. — 9 August 1906

4. S rVddiers of fortune, among men are ot uncommon those who wander lout the whole wide world necking adventure, now mining Id Africa, now frvlng In some South American war, now fifihtlnn tluela in China or India r where not, spurred on by an Insa tiable lust for excitement. They may do conniderablo harm or considerable pood and generally end by setting themselves shot and so pood by. Hut when woman la cursed with the same spirit she leaves a wake of tro.ible that Involves many other men and wonion. She must use men to secure those things for her which she bene!f 1 unable to secure. Men must be her tools, made to do her bidding under the influence of her fascination. In everyday life there are, of course, many minor examples of this, but now nd then s woman arises who wanders over the two continents Involving In lier mehhes men of International prom inence strong men generally thought to be proof ai;ainst such things. In the eld days such somen used to Ciake history; today well, 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. — 9 August 1906

The Tribune. til.o. 1'. HtVKKltY, NANMK U. IIvckkhv, IMItorn nnd Publisher. Subscription price, f 1.00 lcr year. Kntered nt tho Well Hill potd oHice n second class mutter. Republican Tickets. State. State Superintendent J, V, WHITK. ltnllrond and AVarohouso Com. i:. AY. FLEXTUE. Congressicna!, 6th D!st. V. (). ATKESOX, Bat8 County. Senatorial, 16th Dist. J. A. OVEKBY, Henry County. County. For representative OEO. C1IUKC1I. Tor Sheriff CI IAS. F. DEAKD. For Circuit Clerk AY. M. I.YLE. For Keeorder JOHN D. MOOKE. For Prosecuting Attorney P. II. HOLCOMI.. For County Clerk U. Y. BAUTOX. For Treasurer J. AY. BOBBITT. For Probate J iidge JEO. P. HUCKEBY. For County Collector J. T. WHINXEKY. For County Assessor P. J. BOWLING. For Public Administrator I j. B. ALLISON, For Coroner IU AY. WILSON. Presiding Judge County Court It. F. HAKPEK. Judge Northern District V. H. DkABMOXD. Judge Southern District j so. ai:mstj:uxcj. 'Hie speech delivered by Judjje DeArmond at the convention that nominat...

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. — 9 August 1906

4 4 a Money to I-oan. I have a few thousand dollars to loan on easy term3 on good farm property. II. P. Robinson. NEW FALL HATS? 3 4 3 Yes. we have 3 li urn nlroofltr A 11 2 Mrs- J- M- daughter J 3 I arc visiting relatives and friends Coming i:vei.t4. j VnL , Jmer nrad,cy j, at ,j01n5 TlioOld Soldiers EVunion at ! from hi stay over ia Kansas' Subscribe- for Thk Tunics E. Mr. D.trr, of the I.V.iO's Ele vator Co., spent Sunday with Duller friends. new and up-to- date. 3 in Kansas City. Mr. Fritz .wclgort, of tho Car- Come in and seei"1 CVnU'r eii.w.riiwd, was , , i r . , j in this city last Saturday. them before the 2! ' . ... ... i . . . , f j Ji-'V. .. m. i larii lilted Mi log- selection is broken -!ul;u.in)p(,intlneutunht!l(; Nova. 4 We are new goods constantly, Rpp tllA Ifitocr nr. 5 1 rivals in beads, belts, etc, We can supply your every need, Ask Us. ! da IJ;iitit Church, k-.st Sunday, We Rise have the "New ' Oar old comrade Andrew Da i cat is still confined to his home without ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 9 August 1906

IT S T.IlCvGu liIlUA,fc, . wv ' CHAPTER XX. Continued. Attain they are In the saddle; two "more hours' riding w'll take them to the mine. They ran r.ee sninke rising In the sunny atmosphere telling of houses la that quart v. though a ridge the same that contains the wonder ful auriferous deposit that has made the name El Dorado Inown through cut the whole world conceals them as yet from the gaze of tne travelers. At exactly a qusrt-r to twelve the cavalcade draws up before the mouth of the mine, where the are greeted with cheers by the g.-oups of miners who, having been wsrred an hour or more before, are awaiting to receive them. A number of houses have grown up Bear the opening of the El Dorado some of them dwelling places for the engineers In charge and their families. Miss Westerly has been rigidly severe In ter management of the mine, and there are no liquor joints within a cer tain radius. In fact, as far as she con trols. Besides, the mn employed In Tarlous positions of trust ...

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. — 9 August 1906

DAZED WITH PAIN. Happening in Missouri. Th Bufferings of a Citirtn of Olympl, Wash. L. B Rnrlinm. of C16 East 4th EL, Olymrdn, Wnssli., my: "Six year bko I got wet and took cold, and wan toon flat In bed, aulTeilnfr tortures with my lark. Every move ment cmtBed on eeo tilzlnn pain, and ths persistency cf It ex hausted me, to that for a time I was dared and stupid. Cm the alvlco of a friend I begun us ins Dean's Kidney Tills, and soon ro for the better. The kidney secretions had been disordered and irrccular, and contained a heavy sediment, but in a week's time the urine was clear and natural apaln and the passages regular. Gradually the echhiR and soreness left my back and then the lameness. I used six boxes to make sure of a onre, and the trou ble has never returned." Sold by all dealers. 60 cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co.. TliirTalo, N. Y. A woman Is never satisfied with her self until she has outdone her neigh bor in some respect. it V . 1 ticed a chanre Ml.aottrl anni'il I'rtnl ...

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. — 9 August 1906

i Regimental Reunions and Esrty third Annivtrsary Battle Chlckamauga, Chattannoa, September 18-20. ISOS. On Ss'!itt'iiili4r is, 1906, will occnr the fortA'-thinl aiuiiverary of the l'.nttlc of Chicfcaniiiusr.'v. It is jin-iiost-il to celebrate this moiiior.il. lc event with a reunion of the vnrlotis regiments that participated in thin memorable battle nnil the various battles fought around Chattanooga. This reunion wilt tie held nt Chlcka liiaua National i'ark, September IS, 1'J and Ui, and the present Indica tions are that it will be the lurp st and most notable gnthcrlnjj ever livid la the youth. On the above lates, the remnant of the armies of twelve states, cointirlsiinr tlie fol lowing: IV iinsylviiulii, Ohio, Mieh lirnn, Indiana. Illinois, WUcoiimii. Minnesota. Iowa, Nebraska, Mi Bouri, Kaunas nnd Kentucky, will iissemble, many for the tirst and lat time Kinee they marched from Its blood-stained Held, torty-tliree year ayro. Here is one of the preat opportu nities for the educ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 16 August 1906

J on dir a ji. - volu.mi: 1 KICII HILL, MI.MSOUKJ.TIIUU8DAY, AUGUST 10, IttOO. So. 21 i a THE TFT) (T7TUT This sace b;!oi2 to "THE MODEL." Watch it for Bargains. Benedict & White. . VE CHARGE NO TEE tlolL IHE CASE IS ALLOWED CJ TRADE-HARKS. ttni rnuoS ltrh t4 ilftcripticn iifiti(H r run urmioN i M"itt'iii. Crrpe4rnc conKtfentUI. itib'.ihMl 1864. Bnncr.fi it Chic, Clrlntf, Oelrt. MILO B. STEYENS k CO, 4TM ETBEET, WASHIWOTON. D. C Subscribe for $1.00 per year. GEO. G. COOK. Real Estate.Fann Loans z Insurance. Flour Mills and Portable Mills of all kinds a specialty. Merchandise Exchanged. Wt It Mii li.nt mi) thing for n.iic in c v!i:nge, c:i mihc a :iii ii'c, a 1 iiinui I usiiii'.s nu. I i i 1 Inner iitl.tr wny. Com )ou i.oiit( mpl.ttc making a hcfoic placing the loan. .V fcs. 1 1 1 All ilDVETISEMEFIT IN THE f i results. Our advertisers will . ., . testify to the accuracy of thisj m-r,4-,i- L4- s.,,. ,..4-. ! ouuiumouu. uuu Our Clubbing Rates. The Kuh Hill Tiihune nJ Daily tilol e ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 16 August 1906

CEORCE P. llUC KEHY,! Editor and NANNIE II. HL'CKEUY, Publisher. 1UCU I11I.U mssouKi. Helpless Cities. ,' The dnnj.Tr of an Ire famine Id 'Washington emphasizes the fact thai a great city is pitifully destitute of rcsouues and is the weakest of hu iiniin organizations In the ability H hook out for itself, says the Washlug ;ton Post. It is dependent upon tin? ;otitslde world to an extent little .dreamed of until a mishap in the itornplicated machinery discloses the 'relationship. The food it cats and the water it drinks must come from outside, and an Interruption of a da In the steady process of supply causes untold Inconvenience, and threatens dangers and disease. The helpless ness of a treat city was Dever liette: Illustrated than when the earth trero Med a few seconds under 8an Fran cisco on April IS last. This tremor did comparatively small damage to buildings, but It worked havoc by snapping water and pas mains, elec tric wires and railroad tracks. In an Instant the city was dep...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 16 August 1906

A CP0t4 7f ASilASTl. ) A CIO Pi-'.HTZP J !3tS. s I ! 1 o t Narrat.ve cf John Cale-as.. Ori tho !"h il:iv of September, in ! tho Jtar l'."."1, I ;u a passfiir ou , tme of the f inuiMs CatiaJian ocean i I:mrs. llj'l I lorvwrn, Iidwcvit, tin' ctranise Sia(-:iiiiK d ii in the voy- I s'..oui'i have ijst;xi!n'J u.y trl p. I always !iko a berth to niys:f. b it s the stoaiiier lal n:iir' than tin tui'ial ('ornpU'iii''at "f pus?i-i,p'rs. I I. ail to phan? one with another ierou. The (xitencies of tl:e situation pave Me tho coiuiiaaiuimiup of Mr. Ooiuiaa Oraung. I u just Retting Into my berth Bml for various rea-otiH I rhose the top one win ii, to my Kiirprise, I saw my oompatiion take a roil of rope trom hU txRket, wlmh he piacej on a 8-a. ' 1 w a'it you. Mr f"a!e ;is, to d '.Tie favor to take this low ami firrn'y UTiire ii. e to the heith with it, so that ty no issi!ility wl .tteser I cau is . Ji e ' ' Ii nt l s irp-ise.i at ri'.v ri'TieHt." l; continue,!. 'The truth i. I ar:i a tin.aa: b -...

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. — 16 August 1906

The Tribune. iiv.n, 1. HrcKriiV, Nannie It. Hi ' kkhv, Kdltom nnd l'lit-Hidier. SubHcrlption price f l.M) jxr year. i:ntml nt tin- Klrli Hill iHt olllco iu) wconl cUkh matter. Republican Tickets. State. .state Hujicrlntendcrit J. T. WHITE. Kaiiroad and Wnrc'liouw Com. E. W. I'LEXTtiE. Congressional, 6th Dist. w. o. atkkhon, Bat a County. Senatorial, 16th Dist. J. A. OVEKBY, Henry fount;-. County. For Itci'rcwMitutlve (iEO. ClIl'IlCH. Por .Sheriff ( II AS. F. HEARD. For Circuit Clerk W. M. I ALE. For Kecorder JOHN 1). MOORE. Eor 1'rowcut.Sns Attorney P. H. JloLCO.Mll. For County Clerk It. W. BARTON. For Trenmi ror J. V. BOBBITT. For Probate J iiilct' oeo. r. urcKEi'.y. For County Collector J.T. WHINNERY. For County .MncHnor 1. J. lioWLIXC. For Public Administrator L. B. ALLISON, For Coroner It. W. WIUSON. 1'reHldliiK JiiiIko County Court R. F. HAltl'KR. JildsT" Xortlieril District V. II. DkARMOND. Jude Southern Dlbtrlet J NO. ARMSTRONG. Jud;;e Suireme Court, long term, JOHN KKNN1SI1....

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. — 16 August 1906

TTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT 4 NEW FALL 3 HATS? a Money to Loan. I Miss Alice Francis Las return I have a few thousand dollars 'oil from her visit to her lather et to loan on easy terms on good Oreonfiold. ThIltch Illil Flr. rr(. p.nty lh!ef r cntly in- While we are driving to make-! '1 the pro; ,erty of V. T. Iu- farm property. II. P. Robinson. le for Tin: Tkikl'ni:. Circle unl wife art Suiter it 'I IfgO in;,' tli" old M.Miors' ro-union at Nevada, this ivivli. J. T. A rm.-t rong, of Arthur, was in the city Tuesday looking after business matters. Uriah Ayers departed Monday night f. i- Colorado he will be gone two weeks or more. . lour street fair asuooe by bring Vii!I and t!e-r pirve-s on thee-a-l Dr. Delainater and M.r. I'.oji, i ing together the very best, not!de, in the night time, and ittolen Yes, we have 3 them already. All 3 new and up-to- 5 date. 5 Come in and see 5 tli mn hpfnrp the i , IT ; , 3 IM Johannes, with his family, SeleCtlOll IS broken I has removed to K.msa, City, ...

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. — 16 August 1906

J? i -Of-" St:01..CWiCv .'' PAnH'OfNE ,7 X,V ( i Vv'f tVY-lr. . CHAPTER XXI. Continued. "What Is It?" she says, Innocently, and then something In the ardent pnze he bonds upon her, causes I'mil tne to blush, the blood leaping to neck and foteliend lns'antly. Pick never saw her look so distractinply lovely. 'They have a pood raJre In the set tlement here, capable of doing his duty: become my Stirling wife. Hea ven l;nuws I don't deserve you, Paul ine, but you love me even as I do you: I have even gained yoi;r consent to n.irulntr an early day. Let us be mar ried at the mine. His darin? proposal almost takes her breath away. "But li U so very rudJen we have .not known each other much more Ithnn a month." ehe rasrs "I feel as thouch I had known jou ,for years that life was nothing be fore you crossed my lath. Our com paratively brief acquaintance U no valid objection, my dear girl." With a ooer's determination he ;punlies the question, and the woman who deliberates Is loft. "I have no ...

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. — 16 August 1906

Bid NEW SHCE BUILDING. It If Dedicated by tv.e W. L. Douglai Co. at Brockton. Tr. tlt-ilii ntli.n 11 Hliurt lln.t? oro of tin in Kiii,inl!r..Uun iiml JoIjIiIiik I.iiiim- iniJiii!: Mutt-d liy tin? V. 1 Ik'iiKliiM Hii to. i k a .;irt of li tiinm liinlh liiiimitaciii: in;; (ihiiit ht Muiilillo :ik li.jir k 'J ly Hit- tl.nMniMliiK itil tittviiimn to diiail .ar;i ti rii-tic of Uio Jinn iri a!) :h ini.lfttiikln-rs. Tin di'ilif au.ry 11 ip.'i am Inclinled ijicn Ikiiisc from 11 11. m. to fc j.. in. "wi'ii ronci rt t.y tlio M,-t- Cay on tra and the jrs-i:if of a l!oum lau-rcr to niti-m! to the wlt-ties of nil. Tli'- lnill-li'ia Itself nfTor.livl a feast f'ir t!iP f yf. csj iTially t!i offices, 'Al.itli art- ti,arn!s hi many ways. l-"ittt' n tho'i';;.uJ invitations wore sent out. Inrliilinir ovt-r ll.wii) to tli re tail ilf-aH-rc in t!.e I'lilti-il States who luwl the W". 1. ItouirJas Co. (-Inns. t!ie others pnir.c to f-!io? man'ifiiot'ir rs ami a!i allicU lti.fcir-ttk-s In Ilrrxk ton unci vl...

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. — 16 August 1906

tvjsJl- a, "l c- t ' - ' yf NATIONAliBlSCUrrCOMPAmf r fl H , Regimental Reunions i nd Eorty third Anniversary Battle Chlclamaug a, ChattanncSa, September 8-20. 1000. iJHit leof ( hirkniin..U(ra. It is pro Tml to celelirat-. ttlU memorable eve nt w tl. n reun',on ,f ii,,. various r,,V, ", I iS. U.'at V'nrtlcipatoa in this l V ';'Ujt' "''l various hi tie fonht . .r..iiiiiin,nttAiiooK:i. li ml ,t,,,"- 1'ar-k.Sti.tomU.r 18, rim, r V." J'' tlu I'M-nt fii-lU-a-, ! tthtu niU tlMl.-uwt ehl 1,1, I,"t''l,,,- tbeimff ever .t;tJt " S,,"lh- Un t!'e J'"ve ..f t i ' remnant .f tli.! armies i-WvinJ. tf t.'H. comi.rilns tlM'fol i ,f onnsvIvauJa. Ohio. Midl ife.. ' A"1 ttIia' JIUnolH. Wisconsin. Miiijurfota. Iowa. Nebraska. Mis evuewi. K uiiKiid n.I K-entuckv. will r-nibi iij,in.v for the first and last VJtiu Himv they mar died from it blood- taiued llHds, lortv-thrt-e yearn r.iKo. llc-nUoueof tle ;rrt.nt opportu nities .or the iMlucntit n of the vootb. Hon t fail to take vr tir elill.ln-n and ediow ...

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. — 23 August 1906

C MuLLd-lLi iin VOLUS1K 10 BICH HILL, MlysOUKl.THUUSDAT, AUGUST 23, ItKJO. JLJiilJil! is Have you seen the New Tall Street Hats at "THE MODEL." The kind that sell at sight. You will pronounce them the greatest values ever of fered for style, quality and workmanship. Also a nice line of caps and ribbons for the school girls. Call and see us. Benedict & White. fOR SCHOOL "; Hose for the boys and girls. Tablets, pencils, pens, ink, ! handkerchiefs, ribbons and . laces. Come and get ready for cchool. Tinware, gran- ' ite, glassware and china. CLMUICT. fit (O C.I ( (!) (O ft. ft) (; ft) ft! (..'J. we charge no rte UNTM. THE CAi IS ALLOWED D -,1 X to '.a. XjlEABE-IUEKS, Elci t-4 mm;S ,t4rli tmf OMrtoliM lntea rncc opinion Miioimj. CfTMKeM CM(4tlal. tUklS 1864. rjtcke at Chfc, Ctetlana C-ttrcit. M!L0 B. STEYEKS & CO. I4TM S)T)CET, WASHINGTON, O. C ft; () v (O t (i (i Subscribe for THE TRIBUNE. $1.00 per year. tin GEO. G. r" si Real Estate,Farm Loans & Insurance. Flour Mills and...

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. — 23 August 1906

THE TRIBUNE :Kci!'jr v. HI KKilY, J III llv S.il , I .1. (mil I'M.-, KK'll HILL mis-vuvki Nv.al progrcus U now o rspl-i ih it. a In'th-shlp become obsolete bfo-. it. i built. If i-")vmlir and Guatemala hav tir.y tno.-e fight In them lot there turn loose on (he mosquitoes. Tlif hotel clerk will soon be sut ferir.g trom shirt front sloop, due tc tlir pent wt Ighl of the diamond. i'.r.'i.l ss il i, the pure food la (iis (,t protect sawdust from bein, ti 1 1, aled with breakfast foods. L..;r!".u !n rt Indifferent to dls nrm.mcat. H has decided to bull tiii.-x r.'.iT Dreadnoughts Instead ol fj'.r. rif.m-ft having cut off loo salarj of tho guillotine artist Is almoel equivr.'r.'it to cutting off tbe head ol t'ni Ii-.i.k i;aa. It !s said that the New part baby 'i-9 parents gave It llO.OiMi.OOU cries rll the time. It shows the baby needed cfistotla instead of money. A hotel for women la New York arnouner that it will not receive any guest over 35 years old. That iranktUv removes all restric...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 23 August 1906

r 1 hh. DUfLDINQ AN ICE HOUSE. Net 6a Expensive cr O.fflcuit That Every Farmer May Not Have Onr. If farmer live la a auction where there Is ice every winter, there should be no reason why he should not have an Ice house, and have It filled each winter. Whore lee has been used In summer the housewife soon regards it as a necessity. The accompanying Illustration was made from a photograph taken ?y a representative of tie Prairie Farinor and shows an leo house that has been in use for some 20 years. It has been filed regularly evsvr year, and the owner feels that It Is as much a part of his farm work i planting corn In the Spring. It furnishes a supply for tho refrigerator in the kitchen and Th Farm Ice Houit. In sums comfort and economy of food I curing sumn'er. This house Is 12 feet wide, 16 feet long and seven feet to the eaves. It is built of pood lumtier, and sided with only one thickness. The door In front la seldom used, since the Ice Is put la and removed from the door thown on...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 23 August 1906

The Tribune. (iKO. 1 1H(KKHY, NANMK It. Hi t KKUV, Kdltors nnd Publisher. Subscription price f 1.00 per year. Filtered nt the Plrh Hill post ottice as second class matter. Rcpublicon Tickets. Stale. Judge Supreme Court, long term, JOHN KE.NM8I1. Judge Supreme Court, short term, J. T. KKV1LLE. .state Huicrlntendetit- J. U, WHITK. Knllroad und Warehouse Com. E. W. FL.KNTGE. Congressional, 6th Dlst. W. O. AT K EBON, Bates County. Senatorial, 16th Dlst. J. A. OVEKBY, Henry County. Ccsnty. For lloprwntntlve OEO. CHI KC1I. Tor Sheriff CHAS. F. PEAUD. For Circuit Clerk W. M. LTLE. For llecorder JOHN L. MOOKE. Kor Prosecuting Attorney P. H. HOLCOMU. For County Clerk K. W. BAHTON. For Treasurer J. W. BOBB1TT. For Probate Judge GEO. P. 111CKEI1Y. For County Collector J.T. W1UNNEKY. For County Assessor P. J. BOWLING. For Public Administrator I... B. ALLISON. For Coroner R. W. WILSON. r, . . Presiding: Judge County Court U. F. MAPPER. Judge Northern Dint riot W. 11. DkAUMOND. Judge Southern IMs...

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. — 23 August 1906

TTTTTTTTTVTTTTfTTTTTTTTTT INI1W 3 FALL HATS? Yes, we have 3 them already. All 3 new and up-to- J date. 3 Come in and see them before the 3 selection is broken 2 We are receiving 3 new goods 3 constantly. J See the latest ar rivals in beads. belts, etc. We can supply your every need. Ask Us. 3 'New 3 r We also have the Idea" pattern and fashion books, and are now ready to supply your wants in this 4 line. S. L. AMES, PHONE NO. u6, 3 4 tkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk f LOCAL BRIEFS. J Head the Tkiucnk. . $1.00. Dr. Slater's dental office will bo closed hereafter on Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. J. H. Williams came homo Tuesday, from her visit to Pitts burg, Kas. Miss Sallie Iluckoby returned Tuesday evening, from a week's visit to friends in Nevada. Miss Fvelyn French, of Kansas City, is visiting the family of l)r, Ames, at their elegant home on the east m'uIo. Mr. and Mrs- J. C. Griggs have returned from a ten day visit at Garden City, Kan., much pleased with their trip. Miss Boula Waller, the...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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