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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 18 October 1906

THE TRIBUNE K:itr;K v. Hi;.rhT iiy, J K, DB. ...,. NANMt II. hlVkKIll, i, mm mim, MISSOUW Can the Eye Be Believed? TYnf. Clnpnrede. of a Swiss univer sity recently asked a claass of 54 atu 5ents eight simple question concern ing the rooms they dally visited lit the school. "Are the columns In the ves tibule round or square?" "Is thcro a window facing the doorkeeper"! box?" "Is the ceiling In the large amphithe ater plain or decorated," nnd so or.. Forty-five of the 51 students de clared that there aa no window at all; eight remembered that there was a window, but each, and ail attributed a wrong situation to It; one, more sincere than his fellows, candidly owned that he had not the least Idea whether there was a w indow or not As regard? the shape of the columns j In the vestibule, only six answers were correct By way of cos'lmiing the ' experiment, one day a man conaplcu-1 ously costumed burst Into the class- i room, wh?ro he performed cer'ala an-1 tics and tittered certain emphati...

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. — 18 October 1906

AFTER THIRTY YEARS. Eventful LI fa of a Faithful 8oldicr Who Retire on a Pnion. "Thirty yenri that 1 enjoyed," said Ordnance Sprgeant Kelly the other day, as lie was parkins: Ms boxes on "Noncom" street, In Jefferson bar racks, St. Ioui, for a hike to Boston, who;- he !s going into business. - At adveulurou lift; It was upon which the veteran looked hack, and a queer sort of pood time It would seem to the peaceful civilian, fond of his ease, and not luoken to the whistle of bullets or the acrid dust clouds of a glaring alkali plain. Hut Sergeant Kelly sticks to ft that It j a good time for him, and th;it In earning his enviable record under the flan lie has enjoyed life to the full. 1 Perhaps he has. At any rate he has the feeling that a long service Is ended houorably. with every duty done. Mis "Rood times" do not sound like stories of picnics. Among these pleas urable experiences may be mentioned fighting for two days In command of pl.Hoo.l against a band of Minnesota Indians who ...

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. — 18 October 1906

The Tribune. OKI). I'. 1U KLHY, N annus 11. llKKKnv, Editors find Publishers. Subscription price fl.00 ht year. Entered nt the Illch Hill ost ofllee n seond clnss matter. The drainage bonds sold at a premium of over four per cent. This shows well for the project, as well as the confidence of the holders of the bonds in the suc cess of the undertaking. Sam Jones, the evangelist, of Cartersville, Ca., died in a sleep ing car on the Kock Island rail mid, near Perry, Ark., Monday morning about 5 o'clock. He was en route from Oklahoma City, Okla., where he had been holding a series of religious meetings, but had left suddenly without informing a waiting con gregation. The evangelist's wife two daughters, Mrs. Annie Pyron and Miss Julia Jones, and Rev. Walt. Holcomb, his colabor er, were with him. He died in Mr. Holcomb's arms. The party was en route to Cartersville to attend a familjr reunion, the oc casion being the 57th anniver sary of the evangelist's birth. TATHER TO SON, Letters of ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 18 October 1906

AT TlilE BAZAAR t You can supply 3 your every want E in the way of new 3 E and stylish goods. 3 E We have ail the new things in dress goods, suit ings; etc. . our display oi rrnnrl Trrnrm E TIT. A "NTTrT.TR Prices range from a oc per pair up. Our millinery de- partmont is full of 3 : new things also. 3 You can't miss it 3 if you trade at 3 our store. S. L AMES, PH85E IfO. xi6. liiiiiiiiiAiiiiiiiiiiLmx Money to Loan. , nates County Fair A Mace est. I bT a few thousand dollar n)0 Hwmd exposition of the to loan on tiy term on good Bates County Fair at Butler last farm property. II. P. Robinton. . LOCAL IMtlKFS. "5 Hubscribe for Thk Twin; Mi G, Jaeger Is in the city iw a Visit to his family, T. 8. Burns, who was severely Injured last woH by a fall, 1 about well again and will oon he about a i usual. Kev. Perry Ixmg, the now pas tor of tho M. E. Church, aouth. Is holding revival meetings at his church this week. The host heating stoves made are the German Heater and the original Cole's H...

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. — 18 October 1906

DUKE OF f DKV1L MAY-CARE By HARRIS DICKSON Auftior of Th Bisck Wotf s Brsed." Els. (l"P jrrIT ,'. by D. Sppwtoa Co.) CHAFTEE III. Continued. Then he fired -..the par reered sharp ly to tho ripht, and he fired again. Both bullets were truly aimed, but glanced and went skipping harmlessly up the lake. The fish passed them end was now 10e feet away. "Hissed! both times! how could youT Give me the pistol, he's comlns back." Anita bad sprung erect, and stood with cne foot on the fninwale. Her eyes danced, and she frowned at the wasted shots. "It's no use. Miss Camoroo. you can't shoot Into water at that angle." R'ah kept shouting at them from the bank. "Mister Duke. Mister Duke. You sotter let 'im tire hisse'f out. Jess pull 'Ion? easy an ' keep 'itn ns)ving. Him an' dat jeg ain't gwme to part cutr p'ny." I Tee lake was about half a mile long. Duke kept his skiff nearly in the middie, and they drifted. "Here he comes!" Anita almost screamed as the gar whir..ed back, and passed them like ...

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. — 18 October 1906

JOHN WAS IN LUCK GOOD 8TCRY, WITH NO SEM BLANCE OF A MCRAL. Showing How Important It ll for For getful Husbands Thjt Thlr Wives Should Havs Rich and Generous Broth ers. J bn, Kar," remarked Mrs. Horton kori tlio tm'ul.fa&l uibie, "do you know what day this Is?" "Why, yi-8," replied John; "It's the tho--wliy, It's Thursday, of ctmn-e. IlutiK It wherc's that rtli-ndar?" "O, I d.m't trn an that." replied the wife, with a suspicion of tears in her YC'Icf. "It's my birthday, and you lorRot it!" "Not at all. dear; not at all. Of course, I remember that. The date ; i'H Hnl me for a moment. Of course, j I knew It van your birthday. You wait and fee the present 1 have ordered for ! you. and you will be Glled with re- morse at having suspected niu of for- j get tin?. You wait." j John was u wicked prevaricator, but hiB hhifT 'Vent." j "O, John dear. hat Is It T Do Ull I nie." nrced his lf. j "Not now," faid th deceitful John, j "Ifa a surprise, jou know. l!y Jove, 1 i annul hurry dou town...

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. — 18 October 1906

A Feci to WofIs On ,Work! Work!! Work II! Lots of energy is needed to keep np the pace.' In the struggle, the man with thcrtroni body and char brain wins out every time. ' The man of to-day needs something more than were food ; he needs a food that makes energy a food to work on. Although some people may not realize it, yet it is' a fact, proved and established beyond doubt, that soda crackers and this means Unocda OlSCUlt are richer in muscle and fat-making elements and have a much higher per cent of tissue-building properties than any other article of food made from flour. That this is becoming known more and more every day is attested by the sale of nearly 400,000,000 pack ages of UneGda OfSClilt the finest soda cracker ever baked. An energy-giving food of surpassing valuesold in a package which brings it to you with all the original flavor and nutriment perfectly pre served. Truly the food to teork on. Whoever you are whatever you arc wherever you work Uneeda Dlscult KATIOKALIII...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 25 October 1906

mrar VOLUME IT RICH HILL, MISSOURI. THUIti' AY, OCTOIIKIt 2.1, 1V00 5. THIS R I I I i IS) fin Ijtdb, tonw In and examine our atock of new Fall nnl a Winter Millinery. Our good a art" new, frvwli, and up-to-date 'jjj In every particular. Give u a trial. We are sure w can plenm? you. Mrs. r. W. Benedict. GnU Mtt riMcrf kw, i (- mr " - laC " . Lita " W lie " - plil. vhiM likl tc " Raft Wk rbU4 lux ' -5) if (S) , 10 ? J, 4 .MM , , y . . t ? 11 M . Clrfi H . o, I J. am 4 Hotloni of all klndi at f s I BLVtDICT. A house and lot for sale. Close in. At a bargain. Call on Gm. P. HecKEnv. Wantri: Gentleman or lady with good reference, to travel by rail or with a rig, for a firm of $250,000.00 capital. Salary $!, 071.00 per year and expense! ; a!a. ry paid weekly and expenses ad vanced. Address, with stamp, Jos A. Alexander, Rich Hill, Mo Missouri Pacific Time Card. south nocsn. ht. ixirw AND k. c. No. 204 Leavee 1:10 p. in. No. 210 leaves 9-V p. m. No. Ibarra a m. Wr.KT HOUND. FT. SCOTT CRXTBA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 25 October 1906

THE TRIBUNE fIFnilllP P. HITHMiV, I , .a r..,i . KANNJKK. HI CKhK J' ,n(I men mi.! . - Missorui Tho colleges am overflowing. This Is the brut sign of the host prosperity. As a rule, the physical strength of the Bverago wan begins to decay at tho age of 3fi. Three languages arc now being studied in Boston English, Fsperanto and Henry James. Ixmdon tailors declare thai. Ameri ca:) men do not know how to dress. Well, their wive do. Lieut. Laluu 8 victory in the bal loon race probably will move our Ku ropean friends to comment further on American hot air. Pike was not the llrst man to see or climb the peak. Neither dhj. Araer Iciis see America first, but he was the first cuss to write a letter home about It. With her ivl-pound wa;crnielons end IS-fcot cornstalks it must be admitted that the new state of Oklahoma ia making good in a most substantial and ricturcB-jue way. The football season promises to b quite as attractive as usual in spite of the new rules. Already several players have...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 25 October 1906

FIRST PATRIOT OF WAR. Monument to Memory of William Con way Unveiled at Camden, Me. A memorial to William Conway, the "first patriot of tho war of the rebel lion," has Just tn-cn unveiled at Cam 'Ji'ti. Me., the native town of the war heto. He was a sailor In the United Statt B navy, and while on duty at the Pensaooln navy yard, January 12. ISll. was ordered by one of the officers of tho yard to haul down the American fias;, this officer and others proving unfaithful. Conway refused to obey the order. The facts became known, and Con way received the thanks of the navy department through Secretary Welles, and a Bold medal was presented hltu by about ISO New England men living In California. In honor of this sailor the memorial Just unveiled at Cannier, was erected. The memorial consists of a hmte bowlder, to which has been affixed a bronze tablet, bcarlnK tho followinc Inscription: William Conway'a loyalty to his country and his flan was made the subject of official rcrts In connec t...

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. — 25 October 1906

The Tribune. (ii:o. 1. Ilt'CKf IIY, Nanme It. Hi t KKIlY, Ktlitofft nml I'lihliflhers. NubHcription price $1M per yen r. Kntered at tlio lUch 11111 post oilice n twooiiil class mat tor. Where We Got Jt. Wo liuc been often asked upon what vc based the following edi torial in our paper of June 'Jx, J 91X5: How DeArmond Voted. "When the House of Represen tatives pnssed the bill providing for government inspection of packing house business, Con gressman DeArmond from our district, the lith District of Mis souri, was the only member from the whole United States to vote against it. It must be that there are three hundred and eighty Jive of the dumbest men or big gest foyls in the country in the House cf Representatives, or our Dave is the smartest fellow alive. We have no doubt he voted as his judgment dictated, but what about the judgment of the three hundred and eighty-live other fellows. Does any one in the Oth District whoever heard of W. O. Atkeson believe lor one moment that he woul...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 25 October 1906

rrTTTTTYTTTTTVTTTTTYTYTYTT THE You can supply 3 t your every want : t in the way of new I t and stylish goods. 3 Wo have all the new things in dress goods, suit ings; etc. AT BAZAAR Have you noticed 3 our display of good warm BLANKETS. t Prices range from 3 85c per pair up. Our millinery de- c partment is full of i new things also. t You can't miss it 3 if you trade at our. store. S. L. AMES, PII03SE SO. n6. 4 4 Money ln. I Dr. (; A. Dclamater and wife I hart a few thousand dollars went to Kaunas City Monday on to loan on easy terms on good hl"jrt visit, farm property. 1 Mrs. Peter Pearson ha gone II. P. Robinson. to Pittsburg, Kan., on an exten mmmmm ! ded visit to her daughter. Dr. Slater' dental office, will C. I, Phirer visited in Kansas be closed hereafter on Monday City a few days this week and at and Tuesday. tendfd to business on the side. J. W, Irwin, of the east wide, We have just received a tine is reported very low and not ex- line of Queonsware and (Jlass pected to live...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 25 October 1906

TORY 11 DUKE OF h MAY-CARE By HARRIS DICKSON Ai.thir of "Tha Black Waits Breed - Eic Vupr e0t-'7rttlit,l,tf B. Api:Um C.) CHATTEB IV. Continued. DtiVe consulted his watch and shut It vith a vicious snap. He took one look t the bottomless road which led eastward through the swamp, anJ turned to Chalky. "imt a saddle on old Beck; she knows that road t night. I want to catch the south-bound train at Roll ing Fork." He ran a few yards down the levee and crossed to the store by another plank. "I'm going to town. Harper," lie al':ed In at the door. "Look after thli its." "Oh. Mr. Puke," the manager ran out and protested: "that rise In th river la due to bit liere about to moirow, and the levees mey break; you oughtn't to " '"lama It, Ilaraf, I kr.;w I oughtn't to go, but I'll iiy VaV." Put. Mr. Puke "That's enough. Harper; you are paid to da what I toll you. and when I WRr.t your Infernal advice I'll ask for !t. Ycu and the whole place may 60 tj the devil for what I care." Hit stamped ang...

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. — 25 October 1906

Happenings For Signing Hu Own Nimi, Juliu II. in tin of Id' lifounl.iln flnwl ;! In the !lfrl court U Jef forwiti cily, which lit- paid. The (hart a against Oiiifl wu the torvoiy f a ;. la! iimnoy order, fi.r $jr. The tirrkr aras sent by unothrr John II. Ottu, Whose home U at Vprwillh-s am' Vina trial ltd in South Iwkota t" ltiiii.flf, to paid at iJalia. I'pnn ip hIWiik tlni place he found tht the order had al ready been Jiuid. The dcf-'Udaiii, in Ideadln, declared that he w.is cxp.it Ui.ic a money order, hut the Jury ulFre garded hi nt.itenw-nt a'ld found him guilty. After caching the order Hie proeeeu ireri- liter paid to the rklit Ottrn. lut this iNI not Mori he uros. CUtliin. Otten. after paying the fV'd fine, van piven t'ntil the lnxl term tf court to jiy the costs. Two Sisters Fight. y.r. M:iry HIn;'.ie dc. lared vn the witi.tv- st.-iml ft On v ton tiift hr-r sistt r. Mrs. Susie Si hl tumuli, had thiuuu lur into a buriilrisj shock f corn fodi'.er. Mrs. S'hivlp.Rton testi fied ...

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. — 25 October 1906

Hie Baeldione of a Mighty Nation I TO REPUBLICANS: e are anxious to have every Republican in close touch, and work ing in harmony with the Republican Nation al Congressional Committee in favor of the election of a Republican Congress. The Congressional eatnpalgn must be based on the administrative and w i ' i I ! 1 11 legislative record of th e party, and, that being so, Theodox e Roosevelt's personality must be a central f gure ', and his achievements a central thought ia the camprjga. We desire to mail jta in the work of this campaign with popular subscrip- ' tions of One Dolia. t eat -h from Repub licans. To each mt scriber we will nd the Repub'ilcaa National Cam paign Text Beck ad all documents issued by the Committee. Help us Achieve a great victory. Jaw.M S. Shis man, Chairman. P. O. Box 3063, New York. County Officials. llepriMentatlve Itl-o. Church. Circuit Judge C. A. 1 teuton. Probate Judge J. A. Silvers. Sheriff M. 1. Morris. Circuit Clerk C. M. Park Icy County Clerk J. F...

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. — 1 November 1906

THE MOT E 1LA i t i 'A I . w -JLL. JLL U.JLLL-f W JL.M ' LJO 10LUMU 17 iticn IIIL&, BH8KOUUI. THURSDAY, OVi:.MULU 1, 1IKM 1 I Millinery I.iiilli'H, com la nd examine our attKk of new Full and Winter .Jillliiery. Our good are now, frvtdi. and up-to-il.it In every particular. tilvo u a trial. We fire mire we con plene you. Mrs. f. W. Benedict. Girl. white rtli'td h'H. a.' 1 L.)ir M ! e 15. ' pUi rlit. l.ie $t (kr" Wi tiMii 5 to M 10, ij. to, Jjt Notions of all kinds at BENEDICT. I we charge no fee tlNtlL IKE cui is auowto TRADE-NARKS, Eic m4 mk it.teli iti ocrttiM at tmwitiv. lf rRCC OPINION II II UnUlMlil. CfTtK4c cmriMMrtiat. tilaklnttW 1864. , Sn.cH.a at ChM, Owdana, atiit MHO B. STEVENS & CO. 4TN 6THCCT, WASHINGTON. O. C mi Subscribe for THE TRIBUNE. $1.00 per year. GEO. G. Real Estate,Farm Loans & Insurance. Flour Mills and Portable Mills of all kinds a specialty. Merchandise Exchanged. If you have an)tliing for tale or exchange, call and I in Same with me. as I mean ...

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. — 1 November 1906

THETRIBUNE r porta p p. hi ( k mv7 J ... NANMHIt. IIITKKUV; i f d- Pill.. men mm MISSOURI S t !31 don attired and unpolable al cohol la expected lo act as stimulant oa traJc. Tho autoist 'who overspeeds his auto ought to have the new complaint, the auto heart. Prince Henry is now ruler of the fcaifer's "navce., though he never pol ished up tho handle ofhe MS front door. Tho adtivn give everybody a square Coal, and know to a lino how many squares ft takes to produce a &lvcn effect. Pauperism continues to decline In England. At the end cf July the fig ures were 21.6 in tho thousand against 52 in the thousand. What became of tho four tenths of a pauper in the thousand nobody know, but it woa suspected the vlvisoctlonfsts ought to tell. Alfre.l G. Vandorbilt has hired "a little German band" to play dally In his stable bo that his steeds will net be frlRhtesed by the music when he exhibits them at horse shows. Mr. Vanderbllt's scheme is a clever one. but Is the 3. P. C A. suing to ov...

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. — 1 November 1906

LIBBY PRISON TUNNEL. tecrlptlor by On Who Made the Thrilling Escape. So many different stories In regard to the famous tunnel of Llbby Prison hnv boon published that I feel like adding mine to the number, writes MaJ. U P. Williams, of the Seventy third Indiana. In National Tribune. How to pet out of Llbby ti at all times an absorbing topic. Every means of escape was studlel over, dis cussed and carefully considered, until at lift a few enterprising men came to the conclusion that a tunnel was a practical yoheme, and early In Jan trsry, 1SiI, commenced the work, which required weeks of patient and viE'- o-n ti-.il to bring to a practical end inc. C'!. Thon.m E. Kore. of the Seven-ty-frventh Pennsylvania, organized a ttirin-llns squad, consisting of about ol'-itt men who were known to be dis creet, with no "leaky" qualities, and cm! 1 l.ocp the secret from their best frien!.;. A perietal knowledge ihrcuirhout the prison of what waa belrrg iler.e would have Insured Its fa'lurr?. The wo...

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. — 1 November 1906

I HE I III BU NIL (ii:o. P. i I (. k i i v. Nanmk H. IIkkimiv, Krtltors ii in l'liMiHhcrn. Subscription prlee .1.00 perjonr. Filtered at tin- Well Hill post- Olliet! i S"llllil iblSS Ili.lt tiT. lion. J. II. Flanij,'an seems to be after Stone but can't keep him on the track. It see ins to be oft again, on again, gone again, Flaniiran. There will be two or three pol itical meetings each night this week, in as many dilTercnts parts of therounty. Republicans and Democrats alike are straining every nerve to be in the lead on the home stretch. The person alities of the campaign have been in the ranks of the Democracy and if the half of what they say about each other is true they ought to be beaten out of sight at the polls Nov. 6th. The Republicans have in the field splendid State, District and county tickets that every Re publican has reasons to be proud of. There is not a man of them who is not well qualified ior uie owce ior v uicu ne nas oeen notr- inated. Each and every man of 41,.,...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 1 November 1906

jtttytttttyTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT, Money to Loan A Card from Mr. Jt P. Harper. to a- t Al An Open Letter. To voter of the Sixth CV-n- A Caa n in Court. 1 have II few .tirmci.fi it itntlara T"i.n,.. T. ......... . .. . , vh ul-ai. ra mi jo urn voter of the Sixth C.-n-f Prairie Ci'y M.- t tn loan rn ... .. n .. . ... ........ "'''' ' " ,AV ..... wU iiwu v;i .eniocraiic papers or inn grcssionai .;;-,tn t: Kkitoh Tk:;unk farm property. - c miity in it 9 editorial and thro' It may not be runis for m- to Oi th.; 1TM of O 11. P. KObinson. '.. ' ' I.II61 BAZAAR We havo received a spteadid lino of Bjys Shoes. AISO OUr UGW StorlrS' MGnrfe Bagby is in the ' MiS,u,n Jua r ' Mnuw-Isl,a: 01 J" i I r ei. in this vicinity. TJ fa- ... , J city visiting the family of J. Lar- county court, everything would WHS nuauaw, nominal, -d i,y a j ll.-r of the ri is a firmer f lOr ladies aiid 3 son, and other relatives, go to the dog, and that the big c;mfu1' t"nserva! ive Republic an j moderate means, and the wdnr-'-...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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