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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 1 November 1906

t DUKE OH f DEVIL I MAY-CARE By HARRIS DICKSON Author of "111 Black Wolf Breed." Eo. to (Ooprrtffht, l, by D. Apr,!toa ft Co.) CHAPTER VL Continued. Joo Balfour bounded to his feet, caught PuVe'e shoulder and shook Mm. Hut the other man did not look Dp; he only replied wearily: "I didn't know him; never saw Mm tiefore; some poor devil ot a lumber man, I think." "How did It happen?" "'Do you remember that table Just lohlnd the partition la Catalina's sa loon where we had lunch early last night? Next to the side door? It happened right there; I went back again about the middle of the night" "What was the trouble?" "I can't remember exactly how It commenced; there was nothing much. I was drinking a little, but not enough to affect me. I went In the saloon. There was a bis crowd In the front part, so I went Into the back part and Eat down at a table opposite this man. He was eating oysters. I think probably we had some words. He etirsed me. but I ought to have paid no allention to 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. — 1 November 1906

4 BUILT UP KER HEALTH SPEEDY CURE OF MISS GOODE eh la MJ WU by l.ydla. R, Pink hum's Vfftabla Compound, and Write Oratofully to Mrs. Plukliam. . For t'i wonder'nl hlp that shs liaa found Miss Cora .kk1o, ii.'.R K. Chioatfo Avenue, Chicago, 111., Leltevee it lier duty to write the following letter lor publication. In order that oilier women afflicted in the aao ttjr may b -- ..T "a""-. v an i 1 1 1 Miii in nixiiiar ni " Jlliss Cora Goocle bfncfitM an fche was. Mis Gixxle la president of the Ilrya Wvfr Lawn Tennis Club of Chicago. She writes; Sw Mm rinUiam: ' I tried many diffprptit remedies to (wild up my srst'ni, hif-i had twme run tiow n from laof pruisr rest and unrjmn- l.U hours, but nrji tunic nmfl to ti'lp nm, Muthrr in prit advocate of Lydia K. rink liam's Velvet!! Compound f'jr femsla tosl-Ll-s, having uw-d it, b'f-if ninw veant ao wuh (rrt urtw. hn I lvn to take it, orvt in than a inon'a I wnsaMa U bvu'it of and isil of d'vr, and in titrre mnttm 1 rntiralv 11. Hmlly I have n...

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. — 1 November 1906

m Mlee u I i i I l -vii3 of Uncle Sam should l deeply interested in what he has said about soda crarkers, because they are the one food with which al! of them are familiar. nc!e Sam has given out figures showing that soda crackers are richer in nutriment and body-building elements, properly proportioned, than any food made from flour. This is saying much for common soda crackers, and much more for Uneeda BlSCUlt, because they are soda crackers of the best quality. They are baked better more scientifically. They are packed better more cleanly. The damp, dust and odor proof package retains all the good ness and nutriment of the wheat, all the freshness of the best baking, all the purity of the cleanest bakeries. Your Uncle Sam has shown what food he thinks oest for his people. His people have shown that they think Uneeda DlSCUit the best of that food, nearly 400,000,000 packages having already been consumed. da iscuSG NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY 3 ' ' A story hail from Nebraska that migh...

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. — 8 November 1906

MS iLin HA VOLUME 17 BIC1I HIIX,MI880Dai.THUIlSDAT,OVKMni:nil, HKH. 10 rrrT ft ft Millinery ('i I..iilii'H, come in nnd examine our tofk of now FhII nnd Winter Millinery. ' Our good ft art new, fivt.li, nnd ui-to-dnte i' 'X In every particular. & & (.) GivtMinn. trial. We are mire 5 ft ft we can pk'iiM.-you. 1 Mrs. r. W. Benedict. 1 & Gt.lt white riM d, w ft jtc " ft 10 IO ft Mia M U.e ic plain h.l li.lr rfc Boy, ''la k HUMi " ....... . . i, " " . . M Jg( ...... . j5 ft Clri M H M . IO, IJ, Ml, JJC I, Notions of all kinds at BENEDICT, A house and lot for hhIo. Close in. At a bargain. Call on Glo. P. Hcckkby. Wantkd: Gentleman or Udy (with good reference, to travel by jrail or with a rig, for a firm of $250,000.00 capital. Salary $t, 072.00 per year and expenses; aula. ! ry paid weekly and expense ad vanced. Addres, with stamp. Jos A. Alexander, Rich Hill, Mo Missouri Pacific Time Card .NOBTK llOCND. ST. LOWS AND K. C. No. 204 Leave 1:10 p m. No. -10 Leavea ....9;T0 p.m. ...

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. — 8 November 1906

THE TRIBUNE 1HAMS1K K. lit t hUlV, and Pubs. 3RICH HILL, MISSOURI Coloring Life. ' Imagination plays en Important part la tho coloring of a life. "Don't let your Imagination run away with you," Is a sentence that ha chilled. If not checked, most of us. Put imagination li really tho master-builder of one's most satisfactory life-structures, and when It "runs away" with one, be comes a dynamo ihnt moves seeming ly Immovable things. What does Im agination niean? Imagine: building a thought-pattern, a mental model, an Idea!. "Nothing . great was ever Achieved without enthusiasm," de clafes Emerson. Imagination Is en thusiasm's vital principle. Us inward life, Its vitalizing fire. Millions of careers have proved the truth that tt la the poised, the patterned, tho always-aspiring life, the life of the borne, the manufactory, the store, the school, the studio, all places .where the demands' for food, raiment, spiritual sustenance and r.ourishment for the finer senses are met. that It most ...

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. — 8 November 1906

WHAT IS THE HIDDEN SECRET? . Mystery of Writing on Yellow Slip of Paper That Ended Contest for $60,000,000. Scmcihirsjr, in Written Memorandum in ifce Fine Hand of William Weiglitman Humbled the Pride of Mn. Jonei Witter and DroYt Lawyer Out of Court Neither Side Will Talk. Philadelphia. One little slip cf yel-; low paper, covered with fine, closely written lines, but It bumbled the, pride of a woman high In society In Phila delphia; It drove throe skilful lawyers out of court In confusion and assured to another woman the undisputed con trol and possession of the 00,9J0,0) left by old William Weight man. Dramatic scenes are common in the courts of the land, strong situations are not infrequent, but the oldest law yers say they cannot recall a scene quit no strong or a situation quite so cleverly worked up as the one In which Mrs. Jones Winter and her counsel confessed utter defeat at the lianda of Mrs. Ann Weightman Walker and her lawyers. Id the, Orphans' Court, presided over by Ju...

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. — 8 November 1906

The Tribune. Ui.o. 1. Ih.i'Ki'.nv, XaN.MK K. Ill CKKTIY, Ivlitors niiil ruWlHhfm. iiilrrlptlon jiiico $1-00 jmt your. r.r.tcrol nt tlm JCK'h Hill post oil'n't' ii wtouil i.laxs mutter. Lieut. Peary, of the American navy , in his recent Arctic ex ploring expedition, scored anoth er triumph for the universal Yankee. Ho got within two hun dred miles of the north pole. This makes a newT record in the search for the pole and is the nearest approach to it that has ever been made. The election is over and we imagine all our brother editors are as glad of it as we are and that is no little. We got fully as much out of the returns as we exacted.' The party in Bates county did fully as good work as has been done in many other campaigns and in the districts the canvass was as ably conduct cd as could be expected in a nor mally Democratic stronghold. The will of the people has been accomplished. So mote it be. Kecords Submitted' to Show Democratic Treasury Methods. The following correspondence ...

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. — 8 November 1906

T T YTV Y TYY T TT T T YTY Y Y Y Y YY YY AT I THE E A Z A A ft 3 We havo received 3 a splendid line of Boys Shoes. Also our now stock for ladies and children. For good, warm underwear come here. We have a 3 splendid assort ment from which 3 tolselect. We have ail the new things in dress goods, suit ings; etc. Have you noticed 3 our display of good warm BLANKETS. Prices range from 2 85c per pair up. S. L. AMES, PHONE NO. 116. Read the TuincNB. $1.00. Kind n tlie new bv wire. Oar telphotn N- 52. Mrn. Andrew Wilson, of the Keavley neighborhood was in the city Tuesday., We have just received a tine line of Queensware and Glass ware. Kirk's Gn). Co. OlMiu Mr. W. T. Hager return; f LOCAL BRIEFS. jS ounaay irom a umi w ner uaugn- jn the ciiy yesterday Unking after ter, Mrs. James. Waller, at business malu.rs and made a Nevada. j business call at the Tribune of- Mrs. Mary J. Hall and Mrs. 'flee. He is one of Bates coun M. C. Snider, of Carbon Center, ty's most substantial citisens and were ...

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. — 8 November 1906

hnaBnrift namft.B ggfi-' " t 1 DUKE Of ? MAY-CARE ( CHAPTER VII. Continued. After some little time, Joe reascenil ed the Etair alone. , He let the cellar door drop into place. For a moment or two he stood there nude-chled, as If he had half a niiud to open It again. Then he shook his head and went away. About hnlf-past two In the after noon Joe's returning stps rang sharp ly on the flags. Before he reached hia front door, Jim, the negro man, had opened It. "He's gone, Mister Joe, I Jos couldn't keep him no longer." 'Gone?-' "Yassir, went away about' 12 o'clock; here's de noie what he left." Joe tore it open and read, scribbled In pencil: PAr Jf: It" no U3t. k can't hide. Fleas tntiulro If that poor devtl left a family, and do all you can far them. Ther' nome money in the I'lanter a bank that I iha'n't nerd. I'm that. Ion't bother about me. N. P. B. 1 have taken jour platoL But Joe did bother. Even the netrro could see that he was Terr much dis turbed. He stopped for no dinner, but t...

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. — 8 November 1906

4 t Happenings Condition of Stat Fund.. Tlin rwrt of Btato Tnamir-r Gme lli h, at Ihti clime of buuliipsa OcloIxT 8), showed a balance iu the stnt treasury of $2,141,721.53. Tim balance at tho clir of busini'ss fv-i'tpintxT So was $2,07,fi(i9.03. The receipts fr tho month jiiftt cloned wer $278,85. 77, ami tho disbursements amounted to $210,713.27. The receipts Into the game law fund were BiirirUlnjrly small, amounting to but JSC2.C1, riiraini-t an expenditure of $2,445. 70. This Imiirateg that less than 9J0 llcen&es were taken out In the entire state during t'.ie month. There Is still a balance In the fund however, of $11, 212 1". There are three counties In the state, Oregon, Ozark and Shan non, all presumed to be pretty gix.i game counties, In which but one license each has been taken out dur ing the past year. The earnings of the Missouri penitentiary for the month of October were $22,095.84, aud the disbursements for the same time $23. 403.25. There Is a balance to the cred...

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

V ( n M yoida Biscuit Cotmty Officials. representative Geo. Church. Circuit Judge C. A. Hentou. Probate Judge J. A. Silvers. . Sheriff M. Morris. Circuit Clerk C. M. Darkk-y County Clerk J. F. Ilerrcl. recorder T. K. Lisle. Treasurer W. It. Dell. Pros. Atty. A. 15. Ludwkk. School Com. A. L. Ives. Surveyor E. JR. Borron. Administrator S. T. Bronddus, Coroner W. H. Allen. Presiding Judge J. W.McFadden. Associate " Jno. Armstrong. " P. A. liruce. Subscribe for Tue Tribune. LOIMJK UIUECTOUV. Hlch Hill Lodge No. 47'J, A F &. A M., ma'U 2d and 4th Monday nights. W. F. Tygard, W. M.; B. Pirk. See. Kkh Hill Lodge No. 412, I O O F meets every Friday night ut Odd Fellow Hail. T LcUo, N U; L F Caldwell, Sec y. Kk-Ii Hill Lodge No. K. of 1'., meet every Tuesday night. Fd Me Carty, Jr., C. C; Johu Connelly. K. of It aud S. Osage Lodge No. CO. K of P meets euch Monday night. Julius Llgert, ; C; K It Tarver, K of It uud S. llkh HiilCnmp No. 1041, M W A. meets every Thursday night. W W Ferguson...

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. — 15 November 1906

TD" :CH HELL 4 TOLUMR 17 men hill, MiMsouiti.TiiUKsoAY, novljiolii 1ft, 1SKMJ K. It THE Millinery ft) . (! ! ladles, come In oml examine our atotk of now Fall nml S? g Winter Millinery. Our gooda it) -....,..,-,...,., Ui..M,uu. v- In every particular Ulven Irlnl. We re mjre A; we can pica you. jp Mrs. f. W. Benedict. -! I m o CitU white riblcd how, u,: now M .. M ldlu Ur 15c " M pl.ia wH.w title $. " Hurt M.k ny.c Ium - - - - I "'"- ti ' C.rl. - l. u. , yjt Potions of ill kinds'at I ! 8 BiMOlCT, WC CHARGE NO FCC baitt. IMC CASi It AUOWU TRADE-TURKS, He t4 nll itotrk tr wri(lM f im(if( ( tntt. OPINION M I MtU.rt. CwtntwdiK, cl4ittial. trtiklttlw IM4. MILO B. STEVENS & CO. HTf) tTRIIT. WASHINQTQN. p. P Subscribe lor THE TRIBUNE. S1.00 per year. GEO. G. If XlUl iJO VVA Ul AAA Flour Mills and Portable Mills of all kinds a specialty. Merchandise Exchange. If you have an) thing for ile or CKchangr, call and lid tame ih ire, pa I mean htumcti and will find you a buyer either way. Commi...

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. — 15 November 1906

THE TRIBUNE ;t--nit!r' hukhiv, I c , I-iANNlK U. Itl'vkr.ltY, Hoi r '.)!, i, men HILL. . Missovni Whers to Begin Reform. The temperate temperance man. the reformed refoimcr, the healed physl clan, are not easy to And, even among the great ones of earth. Hence It he Jiooves you tad me, explorer In the cosmic bughouse, to go slow along the reform pike. Think how Ions; Georgo "Washington practiced before he was able to conquer the habit of drumming .with his Angers on the dining room table. Wc can still read in his com jmonplace book aji tho. rules he laid down Sor reforming-himself. Yet he never pot over the Impulse to rip out a swear word, and sometime let he rip. So, It Is not surprising that when the revolution came and he was chosen to lead the fisht. In other words, when ho was on his way and did not know where he was going, he shucked tear or two. There were hundreds of reformers in the vicinity who would fcavc taken the job with a merrr ha! ha! But George, knowing how difficult...

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. — 15 November 1906

V THE LATE GENERAL Congress Remains Republican by 323 Members While the HUGHES DEFEATS HEARST FOR GOVERNOR OF NEW YORK The Entire Republican Ticket was Elected in Kansas Including Congresv men With the Possible Exception of Governor Hoch, who Will Hare a Small Plurality. The Legislature will be Re publicans Also. The Results Elsewhere. Topeka, Nov. 8, Thursday morning the re-election of Got. E. V. Hoch, re publican, geems reasonably certain, Although the democratic committee etui claims the state tor William A. Harris by a plurality of 3.3uo. Ac cording to figures received by the te publlcan committee, 97 counties out ct 103 give Hoch a plurality of 4,150. The democrats claim that their fig urea on the same counties give Har ris a plurality of nearly 2.000 and that the official returns mill give Mm over 3,000. The eight couutlcs Btiil missing are la the western part of the state. The republican figures are partially onflruied by special press dispatches. Marlon county. Gov. Hoch's h...

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. — 15 November 1906

The Tribune. ti:. P. Hi ( m:ky, Nannie i:. IIvi kkijv, Killiora nml PuMIkIxts. StitiKcrlption price f l.W por j-par. Kntore.J nt llie Itlch Hill post oiliee nn wi'tmil clans mutter. llolconib ran; Barton ran; Church ran; and wo "also ran." c Evidently our friends didn't go to the polls and in the lanpuae of a Virginia statesman, "those who did voted for the other fel low." During the campaign the Tki HUNK indulged in no personali ties &nd gave vent to no animos ities for the very good reason that its editor had none. Uattsand Henry are coming Bates county elected two Kepub licans, a sheriff and a county judge. Henry county elected one, a prosecuting attorney. Thirteen Republicans in one neighborhood just northwest of Kich Hill failed to go to the polls and vote, and fifteen in one sec tion of Kich Hill failed entirely to vote. The congressional election in the 10th district was just what Ave expected. The Democrats cay put up a man like Culkins and elect him, but when the Re pub...

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. — 15 November 1906

VTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTV at THE BAZAAR Wo have received a splendid lino of Boys Shoes. Also our new stock for ladies and children. For good, warm 3 underwear come here. We have a splendid assort ment from which 3 to select. We have all the new things in dress goods, suit ings; etc. Have you noticed 3 our display of good warm BLANKETS. Prices range from 3 85c per pair up. 3 S. L AMES, tttZAUt. PHOSE HO. ll6. Read the Tkibcne. $1.00. Send ua tW ncwi by wire. Our,' ok'l,',onp In No. .li. A. 11. Froguo is arranging to la up a store on North tfth St. Walter Vail came in from St Louis yesterday on a visit to his parents and friends. Truman Button lias gone to Dennison, Tex., to bo a painter for tho M. K. AT. railrwd. We have just received a tine line of Queensware and Glass ware. Kirk's Gro. Co. OU-in Jacob S. Young came In Sat urday and renewed his allegiance to the Thihcnk list of readers. IH Ballard is having another tustle to keep on his feet, but we hope he will be able to be out! ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 15 November 1906

2 $ i n?trrr t DEVIL- T v MAY-CARE By HARRIS DICKSON Author of Th Black WoJ'i Breed." Eic lp.Yrt?hMMby l. AiT'tmm Coo CHAPTER VII I. Continued. The plrl came running. Monsieur Victor IndioMed Mrs. Ashton's foot with a gesture most delicate and gallant, laid h!s hand upon his h'art mid bowed himself backward from the room. Arthemise, deft and quick, with comical shrugs that sent the girls gig gling atinin. stripped Mrs. Ashton's foot and bathed It bo speedily that the old lady forgot to grumble. The maid Broke no English, but her keen eyes missed nothing, and Ehe was gone the moment that they needed her no longer. "These French maids put me In a fidget remind me of a wasp buzzing around," grumbled Mrs. Ashton. The girls were wandering about the large room, commenting on everything. "Look, Alice, at that tapestry; It j must be a thousand years old. A cru sader; see the red eroa. Just think of it, we are ia the very room where a pirate used to stay IaStte was a pirate, wasn't he? Maybe...

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. — 15 November 1906

i;egro troops punished Entire Battalllon of Twenty-Fifth Kegiment Dismissed. Fruit ri, will not nfT.in p'v1 dred with l't: I .S AM 1 ADI.l.t ss DU.S, sod Um coliun ar brit.lit and i'mt. If a woman laui'.hs at a man'a Jokea It'a bee a ue be Isn't her husband. T-eivin' Fi-jf1i H tder straight Be rigxr iTitoie ef rsi It. theliow t'b'eo. our denier or lx-wm' laelury, l'eoria, 111. 7. L. DOUGLAS 3.50cV3.COShcc3 wear t thi Moaic HURT, DRUIGC OR SPRAI7I All things come quickly to who wait on themselves. those Frralilrnt Mouaavrlt Ordrra That llriitttiHiriailAMons of Urn. (arllnslon lla Kafarrrd. Vtr'iinglou I'lijirocodentod In the til.-tni (,f army of the United Bute? Is the action of the president, Jui announced. In dlnmlsslriB In dls Vaco from tliat army aa entire bat talion nf negro troops Ikjcsuko of Ujelr failure to diseliise the Identity of so'iic of thilr number ho had lon fiillty of violence and murder. Aa ar evidence liowerer, of his Inten tlon to bo fair to tlia colored troops th...

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. — 15 November 1906

i TA 11 I s f i I 1 5 ! k jw 1 tx-gjg L Food Value off a Soda Craclcer You have heard that some foods furnish" fat, other foods make muscle, and still others arc 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 propcrlyManced 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 Uneeda Dlscult should iorra 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 bcinj too small to mention. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY fcouo ty officials. V Kepreseu Votive Ueo. Church. Circuit J ud?r ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 22 November 1906

THE RICH MIL! IT IV 0 KICII HILL, MIH8CCKI.T JUUSDAT, OVi:MHCK2, J0 ,1 Millinery codil' In and examine P our at nek of new Full iind Winter Millinery. Our good nretiew, frenh. nnd tip to-diite In every purl U'ulnr. Give u a trial. We urc mire we can phase you. Mrs. f. BcncaKtt Gift. hit nUcd Kmc. i$c i Iff' Ij.fi.-. " li itt M pl.la wh.u tiW ti llor Mack rit4d how OitU is ij. o, j it S; ! Nptions of all kinds i I BtNtDICT, I WC CHARGE NO FEE UNTIL THE CASE It ALLOWli Xj TRADE-HARKS, lie. Jaa4 rmrfh ktcli t4 crillM l lnr1l r run opinion ia Mitiiiti. tiirMiic claUal. ErttklnhW ISM. Irkwtkw at Ckicat, Clmli4. Drtrc'V. MILO B. STEVENS & CO. UTN STRICT. WASHINGTON. D. C Subscribe lor THE TRIBUNE. $1.00 per year. B. GEO. G. $ Real Estate,Farm Flour Mills and Portable Mills of all Jrinds a npecialty. Merchandise Exchanged. If you have anything for tale or exchange, call and liM kame iih ire. a I tneati lnismei and will rind you a burr tliher way. Commissions K k ason able. If )OU conle...

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