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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 13 September 1906

THE TRIBUNE :row;n i. h i k f u , i . . . , 1SA.NN1K It. Hi t kKUV, RICH HI LI Missouri Pittsburg tonnage and scandalage en m to expand at the s.mif rale. "With com 14 feet hljih In Kansas ne la reminded of Jack and the bean stalk. The widow Sage ! receiving a great JeaI of ad v ico that she docs not con aider cage. A magazine article says "pianos Jhare become so cheap that every home can afford one." Unfortunately too true. New Island 6uu feet hish ha3 risen out of the sea oT the coast of Alaska. Jap poachers will please keep off this one, too. One of the professors says that ""ages ago man was ruled by woman." If hat was the case things haven't changed much. An exchange says the divorce court Is the laundry for a lot of dirty linen. 5!any a man certainly gets his domes tic finish there. This country will extend protection to the humblest seal that sleeks an asylum on its shores until It needs a lew furs itself. A minister near Cleveland cut his jirayer short to fight fire. Most mi...

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. — 13 September 1906

K Missouri State Fair Scdalia. Sept. 29thOct. 5th. 1906 GREAT LIVE STOCK PAVILLION. THE finest building of the kind and the better adapted to the pur poses intended than any in the west. It is 185 feet by 240 feet, built of vitrified brick and 6tone, tile roof, arena 125 by 175 feet, seat ing capacity 12,000, is provided with handsome offices, toilet rooms and modern conveniences. The sixth annual exhibition of the Mis souri State Fair will greatly surpass any in its history, y S40.000 is offered in cash premiums, splendid exhibits, special attractions, Crut Speed Extents, Big gest live stock show on earth, more big Missouri mules than ever before assembled. E-Oery Day a Hig "Day. Ample facilities for comfort of visitors. Business Men's Club will find homes for all. This fair belongs to the people, visit it and you will appreciate the grandeur of Missouri. "Reduced rales on all railroads. Address J. R. RIPPLY, Secretary, Scdalia, for other Information. Publlo Sale Pur Bred Cattla 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. — 13 September 1906

The Tribune. UFA. F. HlTKKllV, NaXMK 11. lit ( KKIIV, Kill tore nml Ful)llnliorH. .Sul.xcrlptlon price f 1.00 jx r yenr. Entered nt the Ulch 11111 pout oflicc aa Bifoml class matter. Republican Tickets. State. Judge Supreme Court, long term, JOHN KEXNT8H. Judge Supreme Court, short term, J. T. .NEVILLE. State Superintendent J. U. WHITE. Kallroad and Warehouse Com. E. W. KLEXTUE. Congressional, 6th Dist. O. ATKESOX, BatcsCounty. Senatorial, 16th Dist. J. A. OVEKBY, Kenry County. Hon. W. O. Atkeson, Kepubli can candidate for Congress, is discussing the political issues of the day down in Cedar county this week. Atkeson can make his own speeches and don't have to have anyone sent along with him to make either his argument or the oratory for him. This is an experience the Republicans of the Otli district have not had before since "Bob" Lewis was their candidate years ago. The Republicans carried the states of Oregon and Vermont by the usual off year majorities, but when they struck Main...

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. — 13 September 1906

VYTTTTTTYTTTTTTTYYTTTTTTTT CORSET 3 I Demonstration. 3 3 Commenced 4 MONDAY, SEPTFMRF.R 10, 3 4 and will continue all week. We have at our store a special Corset Demonstration, conducted by MISS HANNER, . Expert Corsetiere, represert ing the manufacturers of the American Beauty Corsets, 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 I AMERICAN SUUTY STYLE 14 ti'muet Ctrwt C. Sol MU We wculd ray to those ladies who have ciptrier.ced difficulty in securirg a perfect fitting ccrset, that you will find it profitable to call on Miss Hanr.er, as she is a irost capatle demonstrator and thoroughly competent to advise you. 4 To the first fifty purchasers of the American Beauty Corsets next week, we will give as a fitting souvenir, a panel pic ture of an American Beauty Rose, free from all printed matter. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 S. L. AMES, PHONE NO. 116. 3 4 4 f LOCAL IMUKFS. J Miss I!erl lto t!i has boon ; 60 Ml very seriously sick the past week ilia, Ind , last Saturday tnorn but is l cioi ted a im...

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. — 13 September 1906

! .torn C0)(upilie MUxh&e- ; ' iDIDMIIDlILn!LC(0)IMCT ar$' Itcs Moines, Town. Isniah F. Hard Ins and Mrs. Isalxlla Knglebrechl of Pallns county, Iowa, had not found smooth sailing up t lie sea of mutrl niony, although tiotli are, comparative ly speaking, rich. Twice each had been married and twice divorced. When, therefore, seeking a consola tion prize, Harding asked Mis Kngel brecht to bt his, extreme caution at tended hor affirmative response. "We'd better lay down some rules to go by," she Baid, and Itardins agreed. The result was the most remark able pre-nuptial contract ever drawn in Iowa, and, ierhap. In the world. Veteran lawyers siy they have never seen anything quite like it. It arranges for almost every pos sible contingency that may arise In the wedded life of two people. The contract plainly sets forth who shall build the fires, when the hus band may bring home guests to meals, when the relatives of each bhall visit them, how the money is to be divid ed, how often th...

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. — 13 September 1906

Happenings Missouri to Invlt Cummin. In a cinifereiiru be-tvee-en 8eert.tary Itlppi-y 't MI'mihuI stale fair and Gov. l'olk with reference t nrrani; merits for "(iovernor's tiny," OetWe;r S, at the i!atj fair. It was clee i-'.ed V xU'inl a formal luvitatlun to Gov. A, II. Cummins of Iowa to bv Missouri's fcuvfct uu tliat occnslon. The Invita tion tslil lneluuV the? officers uinl me in ters of the Iowa state fair board. Whe-n Missouri's fair lmar.1 Usitvd! the- Iowa statu fair lo Ik's Muln. s re- ce-ntly the members rect-vi-d a tenta the promise from th-ir Iowa co-work-trs to reciprocate ttie visit. Should Cov. Cummins con.-se ut to come he wili I be urpci to remain over to Wednes day. Fraternal day," to deliver an address and a reunion of ex lowans w ill bo held on the fair ground Tlieiba la a iHsltlon to know assert that US, litio lowans have lmalej in Missouri In the last teti years. Barred from Springfield Saloon. Soon after the triple lynching at Springfield. In April. i!f the s...

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. — 13 September 1906

I : TO REPUBLICANS: We arc anxious to have every Republican in close touch, and work ing in harmony with the Republican National Congressional Committee in favor of the election of a Republican Congress. The Congressional campaign mast be based on the administrative and legislative record of the party, and, that being so, Theodore Roosevelt personality must be a central figure and his achievements a central thought in the campaign. V.'e desire to maintain tHe ml of this campaign with popular subscrip tions of One Dollar each from Repub licans. To each subscriber we will send the Republican National Cam paign Text Book aiwi all documents . issued by the CorantiUee. Help us achieve a great victory. James S. Siixrman, Chairman. P O. Box sofij. New York. W have quite a lot of ,blank Affidavits, Oil and Cas leases, Farm leaser, Oith of Oirice, State ments ot election expenses that we wiil sell to those needing same, as low as can be gotten any where. I -OTsJakaW-- - - - - ----- - nip - -...

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. — 20 September 1906

TTT I M ill ii j Li volumi: 17 BICH IIILL. MlHBOUltl. THURSDAY, EIT lOJUIIIt '20. ItKJfJ, MO 1L iLil Jill Have you teen the flew Fall Street Hats at "THE MODEL." The kind that sell nt sifht. You w'l! proiiour.ee t t:n ths greatest values tvtr of fered for style, quality f.rd workaianshrp. . ro a rice line of cars and ribbons for th; school gl.is. Cr.'S and sec us. Mrs. r. V. Eenciict. : ICS SCHOOL j Hose for the toys and jir.'s. Tr.tlets, pencils, pen;, ink, ; handkerchief:, rin-orr. and laces. Come iu-& pet ready for school. Tin.va.-c, g itc, glassware and china, ELUDICT.. V.'Z CH.T.CE NO FEE r tor; h $ Cj TRADE-HARKS, t4 fc tktri t dfcr;pl.o et litix lor FRCC OPINION s ! BiienUfciiitr. Corrri(insrnc eeftHit;t. tfiblihf 164. 8 (t Ctnc8o, C ,, DttriL MHO 3. STEVEHS & CO. 4TM STRECT, WASHINGTON. O. C Subscribe for THE TRIBUNE. 81.00 per year. GEO. G. m Flour MUls and all kinds a Merchandise If yen h.ivc ;niiiiii,j tor ule fcine v tl.. ire, I mean 1 Imn either way. CMM i io 1 ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 20 September 1906

THE TRIBUNE t-iV'Tl'. P f KM!V, J ... ... . MANMK H. Ull'KMIV, la- "nrt T l!' TiJCH KII.U . MISSOURI The doRree-KlvInn liabit. says ths World' Work, cam to us from the tnpli.sh universities, anil the medieval ladse onco meant Romelhlng to elit es' e I men. But now, remarks ths ssriter, it, no lonper has any special ignl!iranoe to any body of men, and tnea of actual attainment are quietly dropping the explanatory letters that re supposed to Indicate their educa tions! achievements. Nowadays a col 3ege graduate has spent from two to Eve years In an Institution where be tcay have catca a substantial Intellec tual meal, or may have tasted instead ft vast number of tempting education al dishes or merely had a good time ad hired a coach to do the required think!:;:;. He may have entered col lege after a thorough training In a Rood f.tliag school, or he may have teen "accredited" by a perfunctory fcchool teacher, and have been really unprepared for aay higher studies. TJnder such condition...

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. — 20 September 1906

StoJrii 1 H f mm, A THRILLING EXPERIENCE. A True Story tf a Very Dark Night In Eastern Virginia. '. lioiiKb I served three years snd four months In (he northern army dur ing the (treat war of '61 to 'CD, and though I participated In 17 heavy bat tles ami many skirmishes and was very often on scouting or picket duty, I have never before written story of any one of my adventures, thinking sometime to publish a book of bio graphical sketches and anecdotes of my war experience. Hut I will relate one of the most thrilling adventures of my life, reserving the rlpht to use It In the book above mentioned, pro viding I ever Ret time to write the hook, says Lyman E. Stowe, in the National Tribune. 1 have read many exciting stories of the great war; blood -curd! I rig stories, hair raising stories; stories that were Intended to arouse a feeling of won der, patriotism and pride In our sol diery ; but I never read an adventure that bore the earmarks of truth which quite equaled this startling un...

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. — 20 September 1906

The Tribune. lil.O. 1'. Ill.'IkKliV, Nanmk K. Ih-rKKnv, I'.dltors and l'nlilinlici-R. . Siibucrlptlon prke $1.00 eryenr. I'.utored nt t he llkh I Mil post oiliee ux stvoml diins matter. Republican Tickets. State. Judgt; Supreme Court, long term, JOHN KENNISII. Jue Siii'icmc Court, short term, J. T. NEVILLE. Stiite BinwriiitonJent J. U. WHITE. llallronil and "Varfhoue Com. E. W. FLENTGE. Congressional, 6th Dist. W. U. ATKKriOX, BatcsCounty. Senatorial, I6tti Dist. J. A. OVEHBY, Kenry County. Coanty. For lleprvsontative (iEO. CHl'ItCH. Tor Sheriff CI IAS. F. I'EAKD. For Circuit Clerk AV. M. LYLE. For Kecorder : JOHN P. MOOKE. Eor Prosecuting Attorney P. II. 1IOLCOMH. For County Clerk It. W. B.VKTOX. ForTrouHurer J. W. BOBBITT For Probate Judcv CEO. P. ilL'CKEBY. For County Collector J.T. WIIINXEBY. For County Abwkhot 1". J. BOWLING. For Public Atlmtnintrntor L. B. ALLISON. For Coroner It. W. WILSON. Presiding Jmlse County Court II. F. HAIU'EK. Judge Northern Iitriet W. U. IKAIt.MOM). ...

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. — 20 September 1906

Brimful ot I NEW GOODS. Ladies, come la end te for yourself our immense ttock - cf new goods. Our shelves are full to the brim tnd running oyer. New Millinery. rTTTTTTTfTTTTTTTTTTVTTtTT HISS CRABB has just re- 3 turned from the eastern cities and is again at the 3 f head of our Millinery Dt- H Z. partment, ready to fit you out with the very latest In her line. Come in and pick out your hat while the selection is of the tery best. We have an unusually good stock la this Department. We have an eicellent of Shoes also. line S. L. AMES, BAZAAR. PHOITE HO. 116. LkkKkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk f LOCAL BRIEFS. Subscribe for Tub Tuihi'NE. Am you looking fur a home? Uuy a lot in Kiihards, Mo. Dr. Ames loft Monday for a trip of several week to various wints throughout tin; state. Jesse Steele, the sttk man, npipiH'u u tine lot of hogs to the Kansas City markets Monday. MoneytoLoap. WILLOW (1 HO VK. Ih.ra.few thousand dollars IWVPrc wind an1 ,,.; to loan on easy terms oo good , aHHt.d through Ii.:t...

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. — 20 September 1906

hi' v; in v " .Vv I HIoux City, la. Think of 115 human roses blooming upon the prairie of South iJakota! With their pretty hands reddened and roughened by toll and their fair complexions exposed daily to the tan ning winds, thai number of real socie ty girls from IV Moines aud other Iowa cities are leading the strenuous life of the pioneer noon what was for merly the Rosebud Indian reservation. i Iomrbuildera jn reality, every one of these enterprising girls secured a quarter section when that territory was opened to settler two years ago. Now tl.ey have turned thrir backs upon the ballroom and the theater nd are herding cattle, tilling the soli and living the actual life of the prairie pioneer. While the majority are farming: or raising cattle, others devote them selves to various enterprises. One is making money and winning a reputa tion through the practice of law; an other has become a preacher; still others act as guides through the ln- . years npo hostile redskins werf, busy t...

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. — 20 September 1906

AWFUL PSORIASIS 35 YEARS. Happenings in Missouri, Tv r 1 I . v Accomodation at 8tat Fair. In amwi-r to luany Imiulrlra from til I'uitrf of tin,' statu K Kiiidinx hccoiil oibilluna (or vUitora to tli suite talr, Beorctnrjr Hlil-y state that tii fa cilities In Hi l;ilta ami on the gruiiud for fevijin fair vlUtnrs liavj always Iftii uniple aud will be bettor tins year Uian over bffore. For tLe utay over visitors IikIoIiik plares are a liiatter of concern. This year the lo cal "information bureau" la la tlie fcamls of tje Sedalla Dullness Men's association with Secretary J. W. Mel lor In direct charge and their head quarters are located at No. 401 1-2 Ohio street, directly opposite the court Louse. Secretary Mellor'a office force la now actively engaged listing all hottls, public and irivate boarding houses, lodging houses, private resi dences and rooms where visitors can l furnished lodging and, in orjer that there may be no extortion prac ticed, a uniform price of 50 cents per ninht f...

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. — 20 September 1906

M Feed Value of a Soda CracEier You have heard that some foods furnish fat, ether foods make muscle, and still others are tissue building and heat forming. You know that most foods have one or more of these elements, but do you know that no food contains them all in such properly balanced proportions as a good soda cracker 7 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 U need a Olscult should form an important part of every mcaL 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 dustthe price bcinj too small to mention. KSTI.QNAXJJ315CUJTa COM EANY TO REPUBLICANS: "VVe are anxious to have every Republican ia close touch, and fork ing in harmony with...

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. — 27 September 1906

M RICH rjibune; 1 VOLUMR 17 men hill, MisHouici.TiiuitsDAT, si:iri;3iiif;ny7, ioo. 5ft- 4 TP Millinery f Opening.! Mir trimmer having arrived v V up will 1k utile t aliow to the 5, lad leu of Kkli llill.nml vicinity Z home very lieuutlful lint on ;? Kit IDA Y and SATt'ltDAY V afternoons, Sept 24 ami 9. f All nr.; cordially Invited to attend our full owning. v Mrs. r. VV. Benedict. ) di : iS-. (V (SI I r.ii lnie 1 ,1,1 J Hot, n; turm " ' " M jot . ) Ldie Ijh ' nc . to pi IB wh.t IlJ tV Jo rVy Mxk nUard Iv iw .. .. - " a 0 -r t,i,u JJt ' Notions of all kinds at BLMDICT, WE CHARGE NO FEE UHfll IMt CM I IS ALL0WE0 TRADE-HARKS. Etc lM nIi ikHtli (! dnent'lM ( IuvmIM lf rntC OPINION M It aaltaUkiliti. CrfMw cnlitl. EitaiiilM4 IBM. raatlMt at Ckicaa, ClnvlaM. SttrML MILO B. STEVENS & CO. I4TH STRCKT, WASHINttTON, 0. 0 RnHcanriVkc. tVxt () fa") i 1.1 (V; S f.1 $1.00 per year. GEO. G. Real Estate,Farm Loans & Insurance. (X! Flour Mills and all kinds a specialty. Merchandise Exchanged...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 27 September 1906

THE TRIBUNE PK?"f'P P Hl KU, J KA .A Put-. N AN N IK It. Ill ( KKUY, men mu. MISSOURI Prof. Behrlng's Discoveries. Frof. von P.chrln), wIkwo tuhor? losla Investigations are more than ever Interesting tbe scientific world, recently made to a party of French tcientists a more detailed statement of his achievements than has hliher to appeared. In this he affirmed that he has been able to prepare a fluid earned "tulose," differing radically from Dr. Koch's tuberculin, by us ing which he had been able to chink the Infection of animals by malignant tuberculosis bacilill. He frankly ad mitted, however, that he had not yet succeeded In developing a serum sim ilar to diphtheritic antitoxic, and that he considered the future discovery of such a serum "extremely doubtful." Tet It was not Impossible that by further experiment the "tulose" could be made to develop curative proper ties. Meanwhile, says the New York Post, clinical experiments have shown that Injections of this new fluid are of val...

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. — 27 September 1906

LITTLE THINGS THAT HAVE MADE FORTUNES Simple Toyi nd Puzi!c Hare BroajLt Millions to Their Inventors Some of the Greatest Discoveries Made Purely Throufh Accident Ediioa and tbe Phonograph. "There's millions la It." The rutin or woman who conceives an idea that In patentable almost in variably has vision of immenso wealth, but how often the dream la realised may be found by consulting the jatcnt office authorities, the men who handle thousands and thousands of theso "children of the brain" that never bring to their Inventors even the amount of money necessary for petting them patented. Hut, on the other hand, there are a great many patents that ha.ro made their origin ators Immensely wealthy, and famous as well. Pne would naturally suppose that the greatest retunia would bo from the larre affairs, auch as the electric I ail toad, the telephone and the tele graph, but such la not the case, for the aruall household Invention, mechani cal toy and p""'''" bave given quick er returns and...

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. — 27 September 1906

The Tribune. (ii:o. V. Hi ( Ki iiv, Nan vik K. Hi i kkiiv, i:l!tors tml PuMislsci'. Subscription price tl.M per year. Entered nt tlio lUch Hill pot oitice an FfTon'l c);ik mutter. Republican Tickets. State. Jmlge Supreme Court, long term, JOHN KHNNISM. Jude Supreme Court, uliort term, J. T. NEVILLE. State Superintendent J. U. avhiti:. Itaiiro.'el und Warehouse Coin. E.'W. FLENTGE. Congressional, 6th Dist. V. O. ATKESON, BnttsCouuty. Ccnnty. For lleprescntntive ueo. curncH. For Sheriff CHAS. F. iniAUi). For Circuit Clerk V. M. LYLE. For Keeorder jonx i. mooki:, For Prosecuting Attorney P. II. HoLCOMP. Fur County Clerk II. W. BAKTON. For Treasurer J. W BOBBITT For Probate Judce iEO. P. IirCKEIJY. For County Collector J. T. WH1NNEKY. For County .Weesor 1'. J. BOWLI.Mi. For I'utilic Administrator L. B. ALLISON. For Coroner R. W. WILSON. Presiding Jude County Court K. F. 1IAUPEK. Judge Northern IUtrict W. H. PkAKMONI). Judjie Southern l!trlet JNO. AUMSTKONU. Ohio, Missouri and Georgia ha...

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. — 27 September 1906

fYTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTTTTtTT Brimful of 5 NEW GOODS. Ladies, come in and sre for yourself our immense stock of new goods. 3 Our shelves are full to the brim and running over. New Millinery. Monrr to Iomii. I have a few thousand dollars to loan on easy terms on good farm property. H. P. Robinson. MISS CRABB has just re- turned from the Head tho TiuiiUNK. 11.00. Send II the i;rw l wire. Our tvllphollH H No. Dr. Slater's dental office will be closed hereafter on Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Win. Bennett, of Kansas City, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. V. Blown. Mis Katherine McMurtry was anions the- Kich Bill visitors to Hume last Thursday. 11. F. Ijimcaster, of Nevada, eastern slH.nt Sunday with Dr. II. W. cities and is again at the j lmca stor in this city. head of our Millinery De- j Mrs. Lloyd McKibben has re- rm- ,.,o "3 1 turnod from an extended visit partment, ready to fit you . M j to relatives in Colorado, out with the rery latest in 2 ' .... . . 3 I r rank Iialston and wife return- ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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