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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 27 September 1906

.... f DUKE OF DEVIL- ) MAY-CARE 7 i aT fx a j UtviVO W Author of Th Evck WalTt Breed," Eta. (i cr7niMM,fcr D. Antrum a c.t CHAPTER I. THEIXKK. Serene. September night sparkled trn the diamond-studded Mississippi a girdle, broidered with stars, which belted the t-oniber continent. Twin columns of smoke uprose above the trees, a monster's groaning -came, the dash of paddlts. A tlittd in? glare flashed round the hend. then straight down the quiet stretch of river there shot one dazzling shaft of light The steamer Sultana moved arro gantly through the silence. On her lower decks a group of "routers" amused themselves between the land In irs. The whistle blew. The mate shout ed: "Here, Snonball, get your head line ready." The black man dropped his banjo, lock up a hawser, and prepared to spring ashore at Pevll-May-Care plantation. Three ladles rat upon the forward guards of the Sultana. Mr. Ash ton, of Ivanhoe. was a slender alert woman of 50. with penetrating black eye3, and hair that ...

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. — 27 September 1906

Tized, Nezvons. Mothez&k&g 90,000,000 BUSMEL8 F a B " - ' V TV - . aw - - - tar ii thi npia Make Unhappy Homes Their Condition Irritates j VBnnWw.-' Both Husband and Children How Thousands i of Mothers Have Been Saved From Nervou3 ' Prostration and Made Strong and Well. Cr.P !l WESTEKt A SOLDIER'S RETURN. TV w-S -r'f M tj. That during Ms absence hit wlf, supposing him dead, had married Pen ton Whltccotton, who had been Mllcl In a fight with revenue officers In the mountains of northeast Oeorsla. They had reared a considerable family of children. As above stated, the wife was found In her widowhood at the home of her daughter, who was a daughter of Whltecotton. Obi man Plttman Is 3 years old; his wife It probably ten )ears younger. They both look spry for their age. The old man said: "Why, they seem to be making at much over me as they would old len. Grant. Well, they thought they would wear my ior life out In the prison, but I thank God there is a little of It left for me to...

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. — 27 September 1906

li r7 -a - w -.S "rve were cnt to Santiago. More- VI the Ml-o.oi.rl l'-nfle lt.ll 1 if n n r invested in a package of I i X teaches you many truths: That soda crackers arc the best of all food made from flour; That Uneeda Biscuit are by far the best of all soda crackers. That Uneeda Biscuit arc always fresh, always crisp, always nutritious. NATIONAL BISCUIT- COMPANY it i AH TO REPUBLICANS: We ore 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 must be based on the administrative and legislative record of the party, and, that being so, Theodore Roosevelt's personality must be a central figure and his achievements a central thought in the campaign. We desire to maintain the work 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 B...

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. — 4 October 1906

HIT toto RICH EiLiilLdlLi 4: VOLUME 17 UICII HILL, j:ihOL UI,Tl JSOAT, OCTOIiKK 4, 1VOO. 1 - nm m .m ii in! i H s t ft Millinery Our trimmer having arrived vvt are aide t( ahovv to tin i ladies of KUli Hill mid vi.liiity ' SOI1H' VCI V Iteillltlflll llilt. S.' ('unit' 111 urn wv iur new A house and lot for sale. Close in. At n bargain. Call on ; ;Gi:o. l. Hi c KKJiv. f; I Wasi km : Gentleman or lady 11 ! with good leftrence, to travel by ; j rail or with a rig, for a llim of ;i' $250,000.00 capital. Salary $1,- (072.00 per year auJ expense; ala. j r y pai! wet-kly anJ txper.e ad 1. ' vanced. Address, with stamp, Jos A. Alexander, Rich Hill, Mo stock of iK'HUtifilt winter nood. full and Mrs. f. W. Benedict. CiitU wttitt tiUct! h , it,: no 4 . itK ... . ,J l-attir " Ut e 1 ' to mh-tr tiJe ty. " 10 Hof Mk n d K a to CttU I", l. iyC Notions of all kinds at BtNtDICT, v?:.-!.. V i V r . . i V Missouri Pacific Tim Card. SOUTH lHM Mi. MT. Lot IK AMI K. C. So. 2t4 leaves 1:10 p in. No. 210 I...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 4 October 1906

THE TRIBUNE h d. find riih C!K1!!'iK I'. HI ( KHIV, NANNla li. HLI.KKIIV, KICII HILU missovk Ueer are tramping down Connect I cut crops. They must bo enforcing the game laws in that state. It cost more to live lat year than onr.iig any previous year since !. 9 nut. after nil. It won worth the price, In four years $10(1,000,000 has boon pent in the United States on automo biles, and the horseless era Is as far removed as ever. A bigger and better Valparaiso promised. Nevertheless, Done of the civic improvement nock-ties rtcom mend such radical shake-tips. Belva Lockwood gays it Is just as necessary for women to study law as to learn to cook. A good many other women reem to take the same view of the case, and they are not studying jaw either. An English inventor wants London to banish smoke and stifling fops by generating electricity for Its light and power at coal mines 120 mlies dls tant He says the cost of the plant would be 117,000,000, and that the loos from the smoke nuisance In...

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. — 4 October 1906

I trie nnvnl academe at Annapolis, with Cure FcrTh2 Bines :ivi:::inmun irra run Kfta fVI Pf5rHtl ti hi I Lift fcejustd. VThfa a Ar s 1 . t.rw v. V rl-'r.f r A wottjj.b i !-z f irrl ir'n t.-.4t rrf--t. a ;1 t. -ry, i. is ng a fvn'9. 1 i !.'; r l.i . wt - fct.t h b- i..jtf "xitcf a-ft '.be distinction of lielng the oflWr ol lowest rank t" hold thai place, yet tho coat of arm and other family Insignia of tli two families are ttie same, and the)' are Considered t'l have a common ancestor. 71 I 1 V A MILITARY FAMILY. Four of Ten Persons Burled In Ont Plot Served Ihe United State. Of the ten persons burled In one of The family plots lu Trinity cemetery, at Ono Hundred and Kifty-third Btreet and Kroadwav, New York city, four were in tlielr lifetime identified with the military or naval service of the I'nlted States, ard three of thern died as a remit of this service. Few of those who pass the siKit know this fact or have an opportunity to learn It, for the graves are marked only with ab br...

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

The .Tribune. (il'll, 1'. HlTKKIIV, Sanmr It. lil t KF.HY, r.ditors nnd rublUlw'M. SuliHcrliitlou rke 11.00 pT jir. Knlt-rotl nt the Kleh II 111 Iot odioe iih wconl class mutter. The Democrats have noinina Ud Wm. II. Hearst for governor of New York and the Republi cans Cha. E. HurIics. Tlie bet ting in New York city is two to one on the elect ion of Hughes. The Democratic party possibly prefers Hearst to hearse because it likes its t(ea), but the Repub lican party is the one that "hews" to the line and never staggers. The gmd sound sense of the people of Georgia is seen in the disposition to shut out Dixon's Clansman. The mayor of Macon Ga-, has forbidden the produc tion of the play in the theatres of that city. A community that backs up such a mayor can well be trusted to manage its own do mestic affairs. Not only the mayor of Macon has taken this step but other cities and towns have done likewise. fATMER TO SON. LET1EKS OP A BIISSODKI FAHMEK TO HIS BON. Written from Eureka Springs...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 4 October 1906

rrTTTTTTTTfTTTTTTTYTTTTYTT t Rrimful nf ui iiiuui ui I NEW GOODS. Ladies, come in and see for q yourself our immense stock 4 of new goods. 3 Our shelves are full to the i brim and running over. New Millinery. 3 MISS CRABB has just re- a I . lurneu uom me cities and is again eastern at thei partment, ready to fit - you 1 out with the very latest in 3 5 j her line. . j I . Come tn and pick out your a . 1 -1 ii . 1 ! nai wnue ine seiecugn is 4 .Mrs. ox rear or, who nas ueen of the very bet. We hare j visiting the family of Geo. Tero an unusually good stock in 1 1'loton, departed last Friday on this Department. 4 ; line ' J 1 2 2 2 : We have an excellent of ?htes als, S. L AMES, BUUR. PHONE K0. i"i6. 7AAAA44A.4&i.AAAa44 LOCAL HKIEFS. jl Subscribe for Ti!K Tkiixnk. The gas prospector have ; .struck another goo flow or gas. j Claude Brown, has so far re j talking trade. Dryden is a rust imverd from hi cam. of typhoid ier. fever that he can be out again. J Tlu, M(t.;aj ,)f ,, ).iUj;her...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 4 October 1906

jduke of I DEVIL-MAY-CARE CHAPTER I. Continued. Hb leaned over the rail and watched his friend helping the ladies ashore; th dark-haired clrl smiled tnto Joe's faeo as hi lifted ber down from the n4 of the sta.ee. "Just an innocent as If he didn't know one card from another" he mut tered. "Sanctimonious old devil." It did net put him In a better hu mor to see how calmly Joe appropri ated the stranger, and with what gal lantry he helped them ail Into their carriage. Now the smiling rascal sfood with one foot on the carriage Step and talked. The bell rane; Joe reorossod the utaee-plank whistling jauntily, while Duke watched the Ashton carriage drive away toward the clump of tres that surrounded the house at Ivanho. Joa mounted the tteps two at a time a medley of grand opera and self-satisfaction that Iuke resented. So he drew back Into the shadow and let hira pass Into the cabin. The man on the guards eat silent. He only shirted bis chair so that he might look back upon the vanishing ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 4 October 1906

BABY'S TORTURING HUMOR. Happenings in Missouri. To Run Poultry Train. A I'oultrjr rnim.c!e la about to ) InaiiKurntnl in Missouri Id co-operation lih tlie state board fif agri culture, hlc li Im t xpct uhI to Rrcudy lucrt'ano th poultry j.rodiicts. Th lau Involve the iiko of a poultry train. tV.'.ci with exhibition coop for display of the flwKt sppclmons of va rious standard breeds produced by Missouri poultryiucn. In addition, a complete display of every appliance will be wade, Including poultry feHis, Incubator, brooder, bone cutter, etc., used by growers of iiouluy. Expert will be present to explain their uses and to lecture on topics relating to poultry culture In all Its phases. The Industrial department of the Missouri Pacific I planning the Kuitry cru tade, and southeast Missouri will he covered on the first trip. The Itiner ary of the train will close the Hist trip at IJismark In time to be present at the district Mate dairy convention, to ht held there October IS and 20. Th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 4 October 1906

npi.ciai, r.xi :i; unions Mil tlio MltHteul IMcillo It. It. Very LowllfiKcM 7 Scsla Crackers anything you choose milk for instance or alone. At every meal or for a munch between meals, when you eel the need of an appetizing bite to fill up a vacant corner, in the morning when you wake hungry, or at night just before going to bed. Soda crackers are so light and easily digested that they make a perfect food at times when you could not think of eating anything else. But as in all other things, there is a difference in sod crackers, the superlative being a soda cracker so scientifically baked that all the nutri tive qualities of the wheat are retained and developed a soda cracker in which all the original goodness is preserved for you. NATIONAL J3 15CUJX. COMPANY TO REPUBLICANS: AVc r.re anxious to "nave every Republican in clo?e touch, and work ing in harmony with the Republican National Congressional Committee in favor tf the election of. a Republican Congress. The Congressional campa...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 11 October 1906

RICH MIL HA volumi: 17 BICI1 HILL, MIS80UKI.TIIU1180AT, OCTOHOt 11, JSKKJ So. ii nvmj) TT Tlj)TT TTnT iCT? W 1 I taW If 1 ; f X 'a I 1 1 ix Millinery I ur trimmer lutvlnt; arrived wp are alilc to chuw to the ladies of Ulvli Hill am! vicinity aome vi-ry N'utiful but. Come In nti'l kif our new duck of iK'.'iiitifni fiill inn! winter piod. Mrs. r. w. Benedict. 8 On i:tr ti'ii fj If ,r, i n w - - " ' '5 I-si1-. ta c " i "i ' - io " iin h.lr l.;e u ' jii Kf . l'l a. k Ti'.v'-rd h-" - to ' It " ' 1' ,J " i (Jim " - !-, i;, n .'5-. Notions of all kinds at is I BLMDICT, WE CHARGE NO FEE UNTIL THE CASE It AL10WE0 rrrraeaaoiBiwrni TRADE-HAUKS. Elc t4 nfc tk'tcd a dncriotiM ( intratioi Uf fAEC OPINION aa I MtntUkilitr. CrTeafoftca cocMtial. Eitatlih 1864. tranche at Chicaa, Ciia DtriL MILO 8. STEVENS & CO. I4TM 8TRCCT, WASHINGTON. O. C (V Subscribe for THE TRIBUNE. $1.00 per year. : ; SjXcc Sj GEO. G. Flour Mills and Portable Mills of all kinds a specialty. Merchandise Exchanged. If you ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 11 October 1906

THE TRIBUNE NANNili II. Ill . KhliY! ri- nfl Fl'1 men hilu - MiSSOlTJ Tho busy b's cf Russia are bombs, bayonets nml bullets. A proposition to reform the spoil ing of I'.Jornst jorne Iljornsou's name ini-l.t Ef.lko tho public favorably. Mm. rvili; Armstrong W hitney says Kow York ii! oa wear corset. It's cu lm a 3 that a-i.r ii an tay In New? York. l: caie wo have sit-liin' reform wiil 1l".e i cj;;l? of lioMOa consent to drop the "r" i:i Hannah? Chicago F.eoord lio.r.M. ' An !n !la;-i peddler, wh'i never took a b.vh. (iiid at the a?" of ?ft years. If ho bad taken a few in-) misht have poudlinR yet maybe. A echini of cookery has been es-t:!iil-!;cJ In Vienna. Sonic particular f-'fii must have been complaining about 2.U Virona schnitzel. Andrew I.ang says bo does not care for American criticism of bis wrltln.es. Perhaps American criticism of Ms Rolf might touch Andrew up a bit. France Is progressive in many waya, hut tho fleht !t is bavins over ques tions of religions belief does seem...

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. — 11 October 1906

a i .1 i 4 AA . im v ',XJS" Gcronlmo. untamed man killer, un reconstructed avai!, wily, blood thirsty and cruel, now an aged, hope less, helpless, dying prisoner, has told the complete story of his life. His autobiography, which has bwn edited for hlra by S. M. Harrett. with full per mission and consent of the war de partment. Is about to be. published. It makes a long, weird and Intensely In teresting story, as will be noted by portions reproduced here, says the New Yoik lieraid. Mr. Harrett, after paining the confi dence of the old Apache, led him to tell of his birth, bl-s early days and his warfare n other Indians and pale faces. Of his battles with Miles and Crook, of what he calls the Injustice done to the Indian, the old aavage writes: "Perhaps the greatest wrong ercr done to the Indians was the treat ment received by our tribe from the I'nlted States troops about UC3. The chief of our tribe, Mangua Colorado, went to make a treaty of eare for our people with the white wit len...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 11 October 1906

The Tribune. tir.o. P. IlK kkiiv, Xaxmk It. Hvckeiiy, Kdltors nnd Publisher. .Subscription price $1.00 per year. Kiitt-reil at the Pdch Hill post office ns second class matter. Republican Tickets. State. Judge Supreme Court, long term, JOHN KEXMSII. Judge 8upreine Court, short term, J. T. NEVILLE. State Superintendent J. U. WHITE. P.ailrond nnd Warehouse Com. E. W. FLEXTGE. Congressional, 6th Cist. W, O. ATKESOX. JBatcsCounty. Senatorial, 16t'n Cist. J. A. OVEUBY, Henry County. County. For Ilepreentative GEO. CHURCH. Tor Sheriff CHAS. F. KEAK1. For Circuit Clerk W. M. LYLE. For Recorder JOHN V. MOORE. For Prosecuting Attorney P. H. HOLCOMB. For County Clerk It. W. BAUTOX. ForTirasurtT J. W. BOBB1TT For Probate Judze GEO. P. HUCKEBY. For County Collector J. T. WH1NXEUY. For County Assessor P.J. BOWLIXG. For Public Administrator L. B. ALLISON. For Coroner II. W. WILSON. Presiding Judge County Court It. F. HARPER. Judge Northern Pitrk$ W. H. DkAHMOXI). Judge Southern District JXO. ARMS...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 11 October 1906

TTTTTTTTTTTTTf TTTVTTTTTT AT THE BAZAAR3 You can supply 3 your every want 3 in the way of new j and stylish goods. 3 We have all the 3 new things in dress goods, suit ings; etc. Have you noticed 3 our display of 3 good warm 3 BLANKETS. 3 r Prices range from 3 i 85c per pair up. Our millinery de- 3 partment is full of 5 new things also, 3 You can't miss it if you trade at our store. S, L AMES. cuun. PHONE SO. 116. AAaaAaaAiaAaAAAaAAXaaaAA4 LOCAL IJIUhKS. Subscribe for Tm: Tkiulnk. Wo haw joNt received a line, lisi" of ( u't'nsw a 10 and (Hard ware. Kirk's do. Co. Oll -in Mr, .las. Vaher, of Nevada,: visited her parents, r. and Mrs.; W. T. H.igir over Sunday, re-; turniiJL; hon.o Monday, i fioo. W. lu!lt r and tJeo. Med- ley were in too city laist Satur U,iy nti'l n:rt w;i!i their t m com-: rados in the G. A. II. Post. 'good work go tin. R. 3 iri-rlt, liobt. Jtunui ji,nColea miner at the New and Win. Chapman have eat liput j,, m lniIK.s f0 tiow n a shaft in good substantial brick side...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 11 October 1906

SERIAL ST0RY4gg 1 DUKE OF J f DEVIL- V MAY-CARE By HARRIS DICKSON Th Black Woift Bred."Et& CHArTrr, III. Continued He sat on bis gallery through the still evening, and watched the Ivanhoe roa.kuntil be saw a cloud of dust, a mule and negro, coming toward htm. Then he walked out to tho frown of the levee and waited for bis spy the coaciiman of Ivanhoe. "Well, Kinky, what la ttr vDe young ladies Is gwiue ler stay wld ,5isa Ellen Patterson to-morrer an' cle nex' day; dey 'Iowa (ley want ler g er fishin'." "la Mrs. Ashtoa golngf" "No, sun; I'm gw-ine ter dribe 'em fiber in do surrey, an' go back for 'em We'n'silay night." Kinky' news was worth the dollar. He at cn the step of the store eat Ing his can of salmon, and watched Duke ride hurriedly toward Lake Pruln plantation, where AlaJ. Patter- son lived. "-Huh! be sho don't losa no time," the negro commented. Early Wednesday morning the Duke of DevlI-MarCare baited bis test horse and shiniest buggy at MaJ. Patterson' gallery. Ellen P...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 11 October 1906

To Launder White 811k Handkerchiefs. Ii net put whit rilk handkerchief in the tihti.try unli. nm they ie i-atlv In jndrrrd tit heme. Make frnjr lat'irr of Ivoty K'hji and witter, hut tl red ruh tlie imii en the It in.H-t-r.-1-ief or let no.hi. Illn-e and ii'.ti while thimji w itdi model. itelv o i i.r.wm: n. r.M:Ki;u. BEWARE OF THE FUEL FIEND. rVTN'AM I A!H.)-' DVIV' r"-' th hi i,ifit aitd l.i'.-a clu!ft i:h Ui rk ft tei ikj tnua. n in bm ir.ittr 9k for a Ciich. 11' n-:z.ZZ " " . i f-l SK i There Ivan Hilar Boclrty In Prook lyn composed t.t IkIH jmlleetnon. Tim members contribute n certain mount every month which f ays for llithts and flowers uu an altar of j.crjietual adoration. NERVOUS DEBILITY A Ecranton Woman Toll Hew Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Made Her Well and Strorso. ITervous d. bility is the cm-i'iii name for what liio doctors term ueu-.Hsthiiiiiii. It II character;, -ii by mental ill j'rt smou, fit of Hie --blues," or melancholy, loss of energy r.nd spint-i. The palienl'Myrj...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 11 October 1906

; s ) i w n TV i ; u ti r I :. t - - ! . r K.tt 7 Sgr If you will cat more GG 1 ft n fin n nil nun Ui you can do more work, enabling you to earn more money, so that you can buy more needa Biscuit do more work and earn still more money. rATIONAL.DlSCUIT COMPANY TO REPUBLICANS: V,'e are anxious to bave every Republican in close touch, and fork ing in harmony with the Republican National Congressional Committee in favor of the election of Republican Congress. The Congressional campaign must be based on the admin; strative nd legislative record of tb e party, and, that being so, Theodc.re Roosevelt's personality must be . central figure and his achievements a central thought ia the camp aign, Ve. dtsire to ma; ntaia the work of this carupafgn with popular subscrip tion? of Que Do!) ar each from Repub lican To each subscriber we will send the Republican Nat" onal Cam paign Text Book and all documents issued by the Committee. Help us achieve a gr ;at victory. James S. Shermas , Chairman. ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 18 October 1906

RICH -HI i 04 4o TOLUMK 17 BIC1I HILL, MIHHOUKI.THL'UHDAY, OCTOIiKIt IH, IVOQ TTTs i Millinery Our trimmer having arrived S we lire able to how to tht is', S talk of Rich Hill and vicinity si aoine very iM'niitlful hiitn. ;i Come la ami our new if tock of beuutlTuI full and winter good. Mrs. f. W. Benedict. I'.hU M riht4 )om. iu aow M M . M . Lm bet 15c " " pl.t. kin Hd. " Roy, Muck ribUd kaM "I "I 10 )- ft OiiU - - I 1 I r !. 15. M, IK & ;f Notions of all klndl at X I EtNEDICT, I WC CHARGE NO rCC UNTO. INI CA4I IS ALLOWta 2 TEIDE-FIARXS, Ec t4 Mvth ril ti CtMfMlM af ImMtlat rNCK OPINION m iMlmtofehlf. tiwaittl taBrtit, SVtasliis at Ckxae, C ( 4. t.trVV MILO B. STEVENS & CO. S4TM TKCCT. WAtHINOTON. 0. ft Subscribe for THE TRIBUNE. S1.00 per year. ! GEO. G. Flour Mills and all kinds a specialty. Merchandise Exchanged. If you have anything for sale or exchange, call and list tame with rrr. as I mean business and will find you a buyer either way. Commissions Kiasoxapli. If )Ou ...

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