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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 23 August 1906

"4 . , wr t?or.utxs.i.u. CHAFTTR XXII Continued, . During tMis last brief Interval that laptes Pick has it chant a to shoot onei plsnee upward. The cr.ier cn cloeer's house Is back of them, and to tils alarm he fees a figure in a wln- Cow. Tanlinc, for heaven's saVe. girl, ifle!" be calls, and evidently the one fes addresses hears, for the figure no Vmger stands there boldly la the win (nr, although he Is positive ranllno avlll remain where she ran watch the awful battle for the possession of her tirthriplit the El Dorado Mine. 1 "Lt looee!" suddenly shouts Dick, be Ere his pun Into one of the on rushing croups. ) A flai-h of fire runs along the line of Intrenehments, Just as wildfire funs over the prairie, only there Id accompanying this the rattle of flre araia. It must at .such short range be eVadly in its natnre. nnd the assail ants ttsgger under the Mow. Ia some rases the tight of blood makes men demons, and such seems to be the ef fect bow; Instead of halting they rush pa more...

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. — 23 August 1906

i I iiiiii'nliJs! i Happenings in Missouri. ' i I ' Raised Their Axseetm-.ents, !u the Bliile bor.rd of cuiallziit frm flp.urt-a Riven out recently Hut Mtttro pollir.n street tailway of Kansas Ctly U raited from a valuation of $J.'j'i I. S(8 to t,r,j2,C!'S. The bourd reunited a mm ka il Incrt-nso in (lie asMnsed val uatloo for 1S05 of nearly all the pub lic service corporations of the Mate. The" totul assessed valuation for rail roads .teleyraph nod telephone torn rn!es und bridges Is $ 51. nn lnertase over the valuation for 1904 .f 10,O!)O,733 X2. As deter mined by the beard the valuntlon for piirpore of taxation of the sieatn rail roads lu the state Id 103.981,205 ?3; -!eetrie and street railways. I'!1.202, 119.12; Tr!!g'. tl,7-VU.nn; tcleitrnph lims. 12.408.72.26, and telephone i:ns. J4,E"9.377.21. Tho total Increase li rll cum-s of property t-y the board l-i In round num!crs J77.7fi9.i00, of which pbont il),)ip.t00 Is on the rall ra.l uret railways, etc.. and the rest is on rtal...

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. — 23 August 1906

1 Fcoi of a i i 1 Sofia Craclcer You have heard that some foods furnish fat, other foods make muscle, and still others arc tissue building and heat forming. Yon know that most foods have one or more of these elements, but do you know that no food contains thcra all in such properly balanced proportions as a good soda cracker ? The United States Government report shows that soda crackers contain less water, are richer in the muscle and fat elements, and have a much higher per cent of the tissue building and heat forming properties than any article of food made from flour. '' . That is why Unsoda Dlscult should form an important part of every meal. They represent the superlative of the soda cracker, all their goodness and nourishment being brought from the oven to you in a package that is proof against air, moisture and dust the price being too small to mention. tlAHQNAL : JULCUIT:" COMPANV r r- -rrM v .JZr ..... ..rar-.a,: Regimental Reunions and f orty third Anniversary Battle Chlcl...

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. — 30 August 1906

11. rmTrTTTTTi RICH TRWUNE JLJOUEJ 112Ao VOLUMK 10 UICIJ HILL, MISSOUUI. TIIUKSDAY, ACtlL'ST 30, I9O0. (Hi U II a It a w (i Have you seen the New fall Street Hals at "THE MODEL." The kind that sell at sight. :' You will pronounce them the greatest values ever of- i; fered for style, quality and (r workmanship. Also a nice J?; line of caps end ribbons for !f the school girls. 'V Call and see us. Benedict & White. 5: fOR SCHOOL. Hose for the boys and girls. Tablets, pencils, pens, ink, handkerchiefs, ribbons ar.d laces. Come and get ready for school. Tiuwaie, 1 un ite, glassware and china. BtMDICT, WE CHARGE NO FEE UNTIL THE CASE IS ALLOWED TRADE-HARKS. Etc I,n4 fvih tkrK 4ncriptii ! inaliH FFtCC OPINION t itnliOi.l. Ccrmnenc cortldtntitl. Eitkluh t84. Brtnck It Chicag, Cln,ln, 0triL M!L0 e. STEVENS & CO. I4TM STREET. WASHINGTON. O. C - ; rrT Subscribe for $1.00 per year. GEO. G. W. Ty nnl XT' r. 4-r r-v T? i-k ttl T I , iVUul Ij o lilicr ill lu Flour Mills and Portable Mills ...

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. — 30 August 1906

THE TRIBUNE OKOtNiK I'. Hit KHIV, NANMK K. HI lh. Kl and I'liim IMCIi HII.L It is equally fair, perhaps, lo Judgt chain jf railages by Its mcanea link. On looking (he situation over, th mikado la gladder than ivcr (hat hii subjects arc not like the czar. Motor boats are now being operated on the canals of Venice. As Thomas A. Kdison would bay. the gondoliei must go. This country will be a paradise it Wizard Kdison Is successful In hie experiment for the purpose of making concrete villas at a cost of $300. During (he first quarter of this yeai 1,126 people were killed and 17,170 in jured by the railways of the country; which ah;o shows that we are going ome. A French automobile racer's name is Francois Szisz. If he were to sit up late every night to think of one that would express his business bet ter, he couldn't do it. A French anarchist who Inherited 1.000,000 francs has become a convert to the sacredness of private pmperty It is a lucky anarchist who having in herited the disease...

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. — 30 August 1906

USlNvi CP THE LEFTOVERS. Happenings in Missouri. Along the Hlo CJrani a thousand tales of Mexico are told, but no ro mnnre can equal the adventures of Texas youth who lias been brought bark to his home from the hospital at Monterey. During; his visit to the southern republic he fell under the spell of a fair senorita. and afterward became the victim of her fury. That he escaped with his life was due largely to the dcvction of Cherry Mell no;e, raid to be one of the most beau tiful girls In the world. She rescued lihn from the doadly clutches of the tnlnntaur tree and nursed hlra back to life and love. When Amo T. Savry, a handsome Texas youth of ample mean, found himself ready to accept an invitation of a frl-nd to visit Mexico, he recalled the tMorlea of other gallant young Tevana who had gon down into the bind of the beautiful to find sweet bean and return Bo more forever. "Hut I all cot ao soft a others." he said. This confident young man had a sweetheart In a cottage under the L...

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. — 30 August 1906

The Tribune. it:o. P. Iltkj n, Nannis It. lh iKHiV, Ldltorg niul rubltslier. Subscription price f 1.00 per year. Kntered nt the Plch Hill poat olliec n Hecond c.Um mnttcr. Republican Tickets. State. Judge Sunrcme Court, long term, JOHN KENMSH. Judge Supreme Court, short term, J. T. NEVILLE. KUite BuiKTlntendeut J. V, WHITE. Kailroad aud Warehouse Coin. E. W. FLENTUE. Congressional, 6th Dist. W. t. AT K KHUN, BatmCouuty. Senatorial, 16th Dist. J. A. OYEKBY, Kcury County. County. For Iteprwentnth iE(). CHURCH. Por Sheriff CHAS. F. liEAKD. For Circuit Clerk W. M. LYLE, For lieeorder JOHN I). MOO UK. Eor Prosecuting Attorney P. II. HOLCOMH. For County Clerk It. W. BAKTOX, ForTreamircr J. W. BOBB1TT. For Prolmte Judtre 0.EO. P. HITKEPY. For County Collector J.T. WHINNEKY. For County Assessor P.J. BOWLING. For Public Admlnltrntor L. B. ALLISON. For Coroner R. W. WILSON. Presiding Judsje County Court K. F. HAHPEK. Judpe Northern Irtstrlct W. H. DkAUMONI). Judge Southern District J NO. AUM....

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. — 30 August 1906

TTTTtTTTfTTTt TTf TTYTTTTT I NEW FALL 3 HATS?? i 4 3 Yes, we have 3 them already. All J new and up-to- date. 3 Come in . and see them before the 3 selection is broken 3 We are receiving 3 new goods 3 constantly. See the latest ar rivals in beads. belts, etc. We can supply your every need. Ask Us. 3 : m ' 3 We also have the Idea'1 patterns and fashion books, and are row ready , . .,. .Vie ! to supp.y your j line, 3 ' i 3 i 3 j 3 2 I S. L AMES, $ZR. PHONE KO. lift. 2 I (MV L IIJIIKFS. Read the Tut hunk. $1,00, Last Saturday looked like a regular old time pay day in Rich IIUl. Saturday night the- weather in ; thi.s vicinity turned off M,,u'l'H,,jaetlun to the patrons of tho and has been more pleasant ever since. John Farrar returned Monday from MimieuiMjMs and lM i"ts, in j Wisconsin where lie uttmided the , National encampment and visited I friends The cowboy with their horses wildcau'.e and nil jmrnphnnalia' for their roping contest arrived ! . ... t i .. ... ...,-!. . it A 1 111 J -...

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. — 30 August 1906

V SStfiKWit it r in in r Cs. $ Kllil.V?.C CHAPTER XXIII Continued. Her words are followed Iy a sceie r emotion aa Pauline bends over Juanila and. taking her In l.er arms, kisses her fondly, ber tears falling like raindrops on (he upturned olive face, no faultless In Its rounded contour the one so fair, the other so dark, and jet sisters. "Now I understand why I could not hate you my eister. The good Vir gin put It Into my heart to let love reign instead of hatred. IV not grieve it Is a sweet pleasure to die for vou both." "It is misery I feel .is lh-tigi I could never be happy agnin!" Pauline bobs. The old senor has fallen back, nnd Dirk with one glance sees that he has passed away. "Can nothing be done to save her?" he r-ays, feeling worse than ever be fore in his life. "It is useless, I know (hat I have re ceived my death; a little while and 1 shall ras away from you. Sister, let me die in your arms." Pauline only weeps as she gaihers the small but beautiful figure close to her he...

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. — 30 August 1906

IS THE WHITE RIVEK COUNTRY. In the opinion ol win who linn Irat !i-t much uml observed closely, tht liut truly am! rltflit fully contented people In the t'nlted Hta'c Unity art the mniili landowner In what tl known a the I'pper Whit Itlver Coun try, anywhere from Newport. Ark., to t'ii iIibko, Mo. They r contented be cause their surroundings are Ideal and, until recently, the great, uneasy, dis quieting world, w ith It artificial need and InadcrpiHte romp nsatlonH, hi been to them but little more tanKlble than a dream. Here, still existent, and by reason of their wry railty at this day and time more delectable than In the past, are the conditions which have ever tppenlc-d with Irre sistible force to tl." Independent spir ited AnloSaxn. Kvery man la the supreme ruler of his own little prin 1 cipality; a Knowl-JsinB no r.iao'pr pave the law and isMb!;.' his fem inine helpmeet; crinirine; to no em ployer; ask in no favors from the world, save thcwe that his neiirVjora freely cvtonl sr....

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. — 30 August 1906

rtNSION DLCISIONS SPECIAL EXCURSIONS Via the Missouri Pacific K. It. i p i Regimental Reunions and torty tfi'rd Anniversary Battle Chickamaiiga, Chattannoga, September 18-20. 1900. Ou Scpteiulior IS, 1906, will occur the fortX-thlrd anniversary of tlie liattle of (. lilckamauea. It la pro pped to celebrate this memorable -vVnt with a reunion of the various reKhneutH Hint participated in thU memorable battle anil the various liattles fought n mum! Chattanooga. Thin reunion will be held at Chlcka matiga Nutionnl Park, September 18, 19 and 2), and the present indica tions are that It will be the largest and mont notable pathering ever held in the South. On the nboe dates, the remnants of the nrniltn of twelve Mates, comprising: the fol lowins: I'ennFylvania, Ohio, Mich igan, Indiana, Illinois, YVInconfcln, Minnesota. Iowa, Ncbraka, Mis souri, Kansas and Kentucky, will assemble, many for the first and last time uliice they marched from its blood-stained fields, forty-three years afro. H...

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. — 6 September 1906

TO) ' TT JLll ni. vuioi in J i A. "a Na" mm vi iw W VOLUME 17 UICI1 HILL, MlKSOUUl. VIICKSOAY, i:iTKJIJi:U , JtKKJ, K. 1 1 J j Hare you een the New fall Street Hats S'i at "THE MODEL." The kind that sell at sight. You will pronounce t em 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. roa school ' nose for the boys and girls. Tablets, pencils, pens, ink, handkerchiefs, ribbons and 1 laces. Come and get ready ' for school. Tinware, gran ite, glassware and china. BLMDJCT, .5) ft) ( (S) (S) (I (ft Wt CHARGE NO FCC VKIU. THE CAS I IS ALLOWED TRADE-HARKS, Dc H rrre(im liwotiM 1 race opinio r i MtMULi.ii. Cinim efti9!iit. CiUbltk4 1864. rack at Ckiue, CltrsUni. DtriL f.!IL0 B. STEVENS & CO. 4TM STRICT, WASHINGTON. O. C "1 Subscribe for THE TRIBUNE. $1.00 per year. . Jt lour Mills ana iJortable Mills of all kinds a specialty. Merchandise Exchanged. If you hate an)thin...

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. — 6 September 1906

THE TRIBUNE GKl'tl'lK T. MM-K r l V. 1 . , . , iWA.NMIS ll.HII KH: f Jl- "rt r,;b- RICH HIM, ,Mis?orui Camping In Germany. The Intent discovery in Germany li tamping! P.. JiiHon writes about It fn the Berlin Tageb'att ua "die lieu fM SommerRomsntik." "Like to many new things." he says, "the camping summer amusement fern's to us from the far west by way of France. American youths It was. rir Iiils, students, ho Cist Introduced It." The Americans, he goes on to inform his countrymen, convinced that the comforts of life in cities tend toward effeminacy, make a regular sport of camping. Not only during the sub ptirt vacation, but often over Sunday t.bey go alone, in couples. In fam ilies, in clubs to forest or shore. Sleeping In the open air steels their nerves, while rod and rifle provide ad ditional recreation. Mr. Jullen sus pects (Lot "TrappcT-rorrsniik" a&d inherited ancestral love of adventure throw light on this American pe cialty. Possibly, he add, the rnucity of "ErholungsB...

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. — 6 September 1906

HOVa MAJtKCT AND THE TA RIFF, sJTHE,,npyTq'7-)TI u'm""t i rf.oriat,8 Cfer;s Arv 1 T nua y Exceed Amount of Foreign TratJ. :.? an are ncb fwi:n4 to IN k ' Chicago From a youth's dream. m.., ., ...... through a raaie of dlaslnatlom fren- n 7.7 . " . I" "n'unu ",euu i!e! pambling and the. resultant de bauchery. Into which wag sucked the cashfer who !n turn drew In the presi dent, until the whole structure tum bled with a crash, the fall of the Mil vaukeo Avenue State bank has been traced. Walter Frantzen. oace confidential secretary to Paul O. Stensland. a stripling of excellent promise, saw In dream that which aroused the spirit of chance within him. Through the boy the unrelenting spirit touched Henry V. Herlng. the cashier, and he fell, drawing with him Paul O. Stens land. the president, who had also been caught In the maple meshes. la a dream that came to him the nisht before the great American IVrby ot Washington park tn 1900, Frantzen. who had never been at a rare track In his li...

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. — 6 September 1906

The Tribune. CiEO. 1'. Ht I fcFHY, Nasmk R. HlVKKDV, r.dltora find rubllshers. SuliHrrlplIon vrce fl.Ofl per yenr. Entered nt tho Itlch Hill poot ofiice a kih'()ih1 c1;im mntter. RccnliHcsn Tickets. State. Judg;? Supreme Court, long term, JOHN KF.XNI8H. Jmle Supreme Court, short term, J. T. NKYILLE. Stftte BuiH'rlntemli'tit J. U. WHITE. HaHroad and Warehouse Coni, E. W. FLEXTGE. Congressional, 6th DIst. W. O. ATKESOX, BaUsCoanty. Senatorial, 16th DIst. J. A. OVKKBY, Kenry County. Ccscty. For Keprcwntatlve GEO. CHURCH. Pur Mu'rilT CI IAS. F. PEARD. For Circuit (It-rk W. M. LYLE. For Recorder JOHN D. MOORE. Eor From-cutinj? Attorney P. II. HOLCOMB. For County Clerk K. W. BARTON. For Treasurer J. W. BOBBITT. For Proliate Judce GEO. P. ilUCKEIIY. For County Collector J.T. W1IISNERY. For County Assessor I. J. BOWLING. For Public Administrator L. B. ALLISON, For Coroner it. W. WILSON, Prehiilins Jude County Court It. F. HARPER. Judge Northern District W. H. DkARMOXD. Judse Southern Distri...

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. — 6 September 1906

fTTTTTITITTTYYTTTYYTTTTT ? Y CORSET 3 I Demonstration .3 Commencing 4 t MOTCDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 3 and continuing all next week we hall have at r. store a special Corset 4 it 4 , Demonstration, conducted -J by MISS POJtTILS, j Eipert Corsetiere, represent- j ing the manufacturers 5 j of the c Americas Ceauty Corsets, atoa sttun style mj llllMm CrMt C. MtUfS 3 i We would say to these ladies who have experienced ; r difficulty in securing a perfect fitting corset, that you will find it profitable to 3 call on Miss Tontius, as ' 3 4 she is most capable demonstrator and thoroughly 3 competent to advise you. i 3 I To the first fifty purchasers of the American Beauty Corseta next week, we will give as a fitting souvenir, a panel pic ture of an American Beauty Rose, free from all printed matter. S. L. AMES, mm. , PHOKE NO. 116. 4 .UMULIHMKFS. u HMMHH((((((M( j See Miss Pontius, corsetiere, from Kalamnzoo, Mi h., Sept 10, j EtlJawar. ,j Mias KuU Mtl'hen-n, of 1; j harpe, Kans., is visiting he...

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. — 6 September 1906

I. . .;r'FAi.iiii':; tLtVATOR FOR FARM GRANARY. How the Handling of .Crops Can Made Easy. Be Much hoavy work Is nwssary to put s large crop of com or other grain Into a crib wilh ciut an elevator gome sort. Such a device, !ilf h may be in dialled in a barn or cnu, to ao rs liy power from a gasoline enplne is iilustrateil in lb sketch of elevator. Tarts may be secured ready-made from manufacturers ot these appli ances. The dump, explains the Farm and Home, is arranped so that a load of corn may bo dumped directly from th waRon bed without shoveling. By drawing back the lever, c, the pivoted platform on which the wason la firmly secured comes down and allows the grain to run Into the barn, where It is taken up by the eleva tor. A small por tion of the floor, b. also drops down, malilns a lawr opening for the grain. It Is often desirable to locate a pair of scales in the driveway of a granary of this sort, where they are very con venient for use. Such a crib as here Farm Elevator for C...

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. — 6 September 1906

A HEALTHY OLD AGE I OTTLN THE EESTPARTOF LIFE Kelp for Women PmsMnff Tlirouct Chung of Life FroTidonce liu allotted n earh at leant seventy year (n which to fulfil) oiirtnisKion In life, arid It is renerail our own fault if we die prematurely. i.V AltjAfaryKoelm c Nerrmi exhaustion inrite disease. Thi statement is the positive truth When everything bwom a burden and you cannot walk a few Mock with out fwiTf fatigue, and you break out Into perspiration easily, and your faco flulie, and you prow excited' and shaky at the least provocation, and you cannot tear to be crossed In any thins1, vwi arc in danfrer: votir nerves bare eircn out; you need building tip at once I To build up woman's ccrr oiid system and during the period of chanjre of life we know of no better medicine than I.ydia E. llnkham's Veg etable Compound. Here ia an Illus tration. Mr. Mary L. Koehne. 7l linrfif ,J Af riof . Chtrapo. III., write: " I hv uwd l.jdia K I liiLLsm'Yrvvlrhl ('oniiamiwt for yeara in mv fnii) 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. — 6 September 1906

'ff V ... .u-j S Uncle Sam Regimental Reunion s and Eorty third Anniversi ,ry Battle Cc:ckam diga, enettonnotfa, Severn! ,cr te-20. 1B06. tm , NpytriuUT K l'.KXi. will occur i ... r,,i-tUinl an ulvcnsarv of the t'Httk of l liK'koir(iuKii. It U pro rosed to cele,ra.e this jiiomoruUle event with n rou r .Ion of the various mrniH'iit f,,at i i.irticiputod in thin iiieinor.il.kj viitt. ie an.l the various iKiUl.'H fr .ujjrjit a -ouud Ctutttnnooira, UiU rer I)iu,, wi'il'lKf h-ld at Chieka iiiaiii' xaUona I Turk. September 18, l'Jnw jji IHi tI, j,n.wt indiea a an- that It will be the lurjrest KjV'.I snoiit nrtab!ti gathering ever lie ltl in the .south, on the above t) ntes, the remnants of the nrniics "Vf twelve M.it-, eomprinini the fol- lowing: ri'!!U!..vl ania, Ohio, Micli iiran. Indiana. Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa. Kebrnuku, Miw nouri, Kaunas and Kentuckv, will nsiH'iuble, many for the first Hint last time since they marched lrom Its blood-stained Melds, lorty-three years ns...

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. — 13 September 1906

THE RICH inli.jLd.Ld VOLU.MB 17 KICH HILL, MI80UU!.TIlUlt80AY, UIII'TEMIIEU 13, 1 WOO. X. 2 Have you seen the New Street Hats at "THE MODEL." The kind that sell at sight. You will pronounce t err. the greatest values ever of fersd for style, quility and workmanship. Aho a nice line of caps and ribbons for the school gi.is. CaH end sec Dfncdict & Viliitc. f OR SCHOOL Hose for the boys and girls. Tablets, pencils, peri":, ink, handkerchief:,, rile'cr.s and laces. Come and jtt ready for school. Tinware, gran ite, glassware and china. 1 ' j ' ! ! I ; j ! 1 ' WE CHARGE NO FEE 11111. THE CAiE IS ALLOWED TRADE-MARKS, Etc $m4 mwgti iv(cti nd iucnniic et i.fi!io r ruil OPINION II pa'.rnUDtiitf. CfTfter.enc, cenhdtnt.il. t!ab:nhd ISM. BranchM at Chicago, Cltittar.tf, 0,trt, MILO B. STEVENS & CO. I4TM STREET. WASHINGTON. D. C UUUGLUUU 1UI $1.00 per year. W GEO. G. Tn,,l Tr,.tnt r.. T jLtai isuuua- iiiiii Flour Mills and Portable Mills of all kinds a specialty. Merchandise Exchanged. If...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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