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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 22 November 1906

THEJTRIBUNE CWHtfiK '. HI' HI IIY, J ... ,,, r, kanmk in Kl . I-. p i V , 1 Tit The .Tap certainly la Bharper than serpent's tooth. New York's chauffeurs have struck their employers fur mure money. For once tho jxvlestrian escaped. A magazine Is to be printed for the blind. Thoso who won't nee have Hi ready their favorite periodicals. Having dipped his hands Into its money chest, the duke of Marlborough has no further use for the Vanderbllt family. Clergymen must now pay full fare on almost all railroad lines. What they losn In cash, however, they oui;ht to gain in self-respect. And now an Englishman talks of the "joyous American face," Of course the English face is notoriously animat ed and cheery. A Cuban editor has been wounded 1n a duel with a military hero. He should have remembered the old Bay ing about the pen. The rullman company declares that its sleeping cars are hotels. It doe? not go bo far, however, as to surges! that its porters shall hereafter bo re ferred to as chamb...

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. — 22 November 1906

STANDARD OIL Department of Justice Begins Suit at St. Louis to Kill Giant Trust. The Petition Fihd Att That the Combination De Declared Unlaw ful and Restrained f.oin Doing Businets His'ory of the Mo nopoly HQ J How It Is Allege! to Restrain Trade Its Enormous Profili. The War en the Standard. St. Ixiuis Petition filed in Vnlted States circuit court asking for disso lution of Standard Oil trust nnd per petual injunction restraining "0 con stituent companies from working with or paying dividends to parent com pany. New York. Standard Ol! shares dropped la points, making net loss of 150 points sine Roosevelt's war on the trust began; total depreciation In stock since president opened crusade, llSO.OO't.OHO; this notwithstanding quarterly dividends of $10 jr share. Flndiay. O. Prosecuting attorney directed by Atlorney General Kills to keep grand Jury in session; all Stand ard Oil officials tuny lie Indicted; of ficial of Standard Oil company of Ohio Indicted agreed to surrender. St. Iu...

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. — 22 November 1906

The Tribune. (ii:, P. HrrKriiY, Nanmr 11. llrtKKiiy, Kditont nnd Pul'SUlicr. Subscription price $1.00 peryenr. Knterod nt tho Well Hill pot olllce a wcond clans matter. Governor Folk wants a law against lobbying. We have no objection to him getting it. It wont touch us. Senator Shelby Cullotn of Illi nois will be again, elected to suc ceed himself in the United States Senate by the legislature thi winter. The result of the election in this state shows Missouri is more nearly a doubtful state than any Democrat was willing to admit three mouths ago. That fifty thousand stay at home votes did not materialize at the polls and the election returns indicate that tliey are clean gone forever. much more reliabln Uncle Snm is as nn employer than the D tno c.fRtio party. It looks to nn out sider that Governor Folk should h ive appointed the man hi party had elected, for he wm evidently the man they wanted or they not have elected him. The United States Attorney General has commenced several s...

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. — 22 November 1906

V I t ! TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT HERE! HERE! A Chance of the Season. t Yon Can Buy Millinery Next Week, from Monday Morning until Saturday Nig t at Prices Never Cefore Offered In This City. We have an im manse stock of Xmas goods, and 3 in order to have room to display it t we must sacrifice our millinery; so next week wo will make special 3 prices on this line. 3 This will be a fine 3 opportunity for you. Don't neglect it. S. L. AMES, BZR. PH05E KO. n6. 3 Monr jr to Loan. I have a few thousand dollars On our fir at page we givo the name d of Henry Baker and W. C to loan on easy terms on 0od,T1,ornburK a having been elect- eo uircctors or. ms uappy nm Telephone Company. Later in- farm property. II. P. Robinson. LOCAL HKIKKS. 1 t.a - f u Read the Titmi'NK. t. Send UN till telephone I No $1.00. lrr. Our Mis KuU King, of Nevada, spent Sunday with Prof. S. O. King and family. We have just received n fine Jine of Quconsuaro and Glass-1 ware. Kirk's Gro. Co. Oil -m i 1 Subscribe for Tub ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 22 November 1906

DUKE OF DEVIL- i t MAY-CARE 1 By HARRIS DICKSON Author of "Tht Biack Woif' Brwd,' Be. (Cororht.lM,bj D. ApplrUm Co.) CHAPTER IX. Continued. Monsieur's race brightened. "Oul, ul, ma'm'selle wish to we zls apart ment But tla is mjr chamber, I sleep In here." "You sleep In here?" Alice repeated, vaguely. Anita glanced at the man and wondered what ho meant Alice continued beating on the door. Monsieur Victor shrugged his shoul , der at the persistence of these. Amer ican girls. "Arthemlse, Artherulse," he called, and clapped his hands. The maid came, and a few words passed be tween them In French. "Ze room is not yet prepare, ma'm"selle," Monsieur Victor apologized, '"but " "Open this door, open this door." Alice demanded so vigorously that Victor took the key from Arthemlse and threw the room open. Alice stepped inside with Anita Immediate ly behind her, both their faces turned toward Mrs. Ashton's bed. They bare ly crossed the threshold, then halted, c'aring and bewildered. There was ...

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. — 22 November 1906

INSOMNIA CURED Dr. Williams Pink Pill Rsstorad . W rocked Nsrvoa lo Normal Con oitlon and Good Health Followed. Tho nilT' Ti-r from nhi i1i j.micm too of. t. u r(it to liuhit-foriiiiiitf lrujf In ! r to Mi-tiro tln cov t l ri'M. lUit t1i' t ol inlni il lr Iho u' of opiatis i lnl it fio-hiiiR nnil tho bom fit u but li hip nury at li t. Mil !l. A. ll.tih.T. t M ni.Mlir..t tii-of, Manrlit it-i , II. is living tvi touro of Hut tiulii t'f Halt ii'i iit. fch; snys: "I r-oivoil a liM'k of mi ajxijilto't 10 character. It win no sv-ra Unit l!io t-ii.'ht nf Iny i;iit t-va was flf f iH'icd, t-uu-tnir ino to kn ohj.i ts double. I wna ronfliiiit to my bed nlnut four , week, nt, one t ittio tK-iii tnMl'V - loo tr tlmt I cnull uot t: well. "When I rouhl Icnvo my 11 I win in such a nrr. Tons Ktatetlint Irmliiiothlci intiiij;ljt. i I'd nut evt-n ak t; bo beard. I would net tip mid sit on n rlmir until I As foon as the court assemllerl comj let. y tiie l "lit tiix! tlien go buck to Judo IHtte hand.l ...

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. — 22 November 1906

C3 - Tr Yi""'r? """"" " 0- - ' i I fi'A i I h it, 1 0 invested in a package of 1 1 teaches you many truths: That soda crackers are the best of all food made from flour. That Uneeda Biscuit are by far the best of all soda crackers. That Uneeda Biscuit are always fresh, always crisp, always nutritious. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY ( 1 M i j it j 1 m H i M County OfTlclals. Kcpivsentatlve Geo. Church. Circuit Judge C. A. Denton. Probate Judg-e J. A. Silvers. Micriff M. 1?. Morris. C ircuit Clerk C. M. liarkley Count j- Clerk J. F. llerrel. lUx-order T. K. Lisle. Treueurer W. It. Bell. Pros. Atty. A. B. Ludwick. School Com. A. L. Ives. Surveyor E. B. Borron. Administrator S. T. Broatfrfus. Coroner V. II. Alien. Presiding Judge J. W. McFadden, Associate " Jno Armstrong. ' P. A. Bruce. LODUG DIHECTOKY ltlcb 11 III Lodge No. 479, A F & A M., meets 2d and 4th Mon1ny nlghtB. W. P. Tygard, V. M.; B. Birk. Sec. Kich Hill LodscXo. 412, I O O F" facets every Friday night at Odd ) ellows Hall. T ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 29 November 1906

ffijLI JDSUML iLJiVl VOLUME 17 BICII UILL, MI80URI.THUIlSDi T, NOVR.MIinU 20, 1906. Xe I : Millinery a, a, (V) Ijolle. eome In nnd examine our atock of new Full and Winter Mlllluery. Our good are new, frvuli. and up-to-date In every particular. Give us n trial. We iireoure we can please you. Mrs. f. W. Benedict. I (jitU white riM.rd ho. n.- no - " ijc " l Ladle. " U: IK " IO M pl.i hic M jo Bar Mck tihted huM 10 Girl. Notions of all kinds at BLNLDICT, A house1 and lot for sale. Close in. At a bargain. Call on GhO. P. IIlKKHV. Wastkd: Genileman or lady with good reference, to travel by rail fir with a rie, for a firm of '$250,000.00 capital. Salary $1, 072.00 per )ear and expense; sala ry paid weeklv nnd expense ad vanced. Addict, with stamp, Jos A. Alexander, Itich 1 1 ill, Mo Missouri Pacific Time Card. NORTH HOl.Ml. tT. I.OVIH AXI K. T. No. 2i4 Leave 1:10 p in. No. LMO leaved !t:.V) p. in. No. I-nve :'" ft in. WKHT HOt'M. FT. XITT IENTHAL. No. 4 1" leaves 1 :45 p. m. "o. leaven C:...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 29 November 1906

THE TRIBUNE TRADE CONGRESS OPENS GRADUALLY GETTING AT THE INSID8. CRAPSEY WILL NOT RETRMJT MUSCULAR AILMENTS The Trans-Mississippi Convention at Kansas City. The Deposed Minister Reasserts His Own Beliefs. RICH WI.U MISSOURI An Interesting Task. Capt. Tlllio, of the Fnmch colonial Infantry, who la at the head of tha Ftvnrh mission for the ibiimltatloj of the French Sudan from Hrltlsh Ni geria, has been giving some Interest ing particulars of the task entrusted to him. He la to work In concert with Maj. O'Shee of the RriUsh mission, to give practical effect to the Anglo French treaty of May 29, 1908. That treaty establishes in theory the fron tier between the French and English possessions from the Nicer to Lake Chad. The two missions will now define those boundaries. Capt. Tilho considers that about IS months will be necessary for the completion of this work. His personal relations with the chief of the British mission are exceedingly friendly, and near ly all h.8 officers speak Eng...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 29 November 1906

y, I n.i FIELD Or GETTYSBURG. Reunion of Blue and Gray on Bloody Ground Where They Fought. The white- Iru'i t dove of p are lias perched on tli upraised rlfli" of the F'ntue Bt L'.oodr Anstio, on the f;-M of GettysburK, thfa year, and wit nessed the untisunl spectacle of vet erans of the war fro;:) both north and south sr;ikln:; ham's nrross the fa mous mono wall over which Pirketts men made their glorious but useless chiree. The maw dlsiinrrulshed sur vivors of ti c war mho were present paw one of the ber-t preserved of all the hisioilc siil on thin conlinnt. Gradually the government is acquir ing nil the property over which the (treat three laj ' atruftclo was foiif-lit, anil In. time the ground will bo entire ly the lidlinii s own. to bo preserved forever Intact as It was when I rearhed the limit of Ms northern march. Monument after monument has bet n erected on the field, until the entire pound Is dotted with memen tos of the Kilning incidents of the threat battle. Anions the mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 29 November 1906

The Tribune. til l. V. IlK Kl ltV, Nannie It. lh ki nv, I.ililo!"8 and l'uMlnliors. Subi-i-lptlon price ?!.( ikt year.' Filtered at the Will 1 1 ill jnit ntlloe iim second china mutter. Kx-Senator Francis M. Ctek rell wiil not be a candidate for United States senator to succeed Stone, lie's got a better thing and is not subject to the drugery of a political campaign of any kind. lloth the amendments to the constitution voted upon at the la.st election were adopted. The first one, making the office of Sheriff and Coroner each a four years term was carried by a majority of 42.410 and the second giving municipal corporations power, upon a vote of two-thirds of the inhabitants, to issue bonds for road improvment was carried by a majority of 52.221. OUK SENTIMENTS. Uecause t his or that man wants t j become a United States Sena tor from Missouri says the Mis souri State Kepublican, is no val id reason for the enactment of a State primary law, unless the people conclude thai their sdva ti...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 29 November 1906

VTTTTTTTTTTf TTTTTTTTTTTTTT 3 HERE! HERE! E A Chance of the Sea son. Vca Can Bay Millinery This 3 Wetk, from Monday Morning until Saturday 3 M3U at Prices Never 3 Before Offered In This 3 City. 3 We have an im- 3 mense stock of 3 Xmas goods, and 3 in order to have room to display it 3 we must sacrifices 4 our millinery; so 2 I 2 I mis weeK we win 3 make special 3 prices on this line. 3 E This will be a fine 4 opportunity for T. -ir,4. 3'O'gioioi mie nog to- me Kansas yOU. DOIl t neglect J: Gty market last Monday even- it. 4 4 4 -4 4 S. L. AMES, BAZAAR. PHONE NO. 116. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA . LOCAL Bill KF. jj Head the Tribune. $1.00. Rend un the new t wlrv. Our jclt-phoiM? la No. M. C. G. Harnett, of Nevada, was in the city the tirst of the week. Lou Delamater left Monday for a abort trip through the terri tory. We have just received a tine line of Queensware and Glass ware. Kirk'a Gro. Co. Oll-'-m Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ozee came up from Nevada to spend Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 29 November 1906

. ,' (7 ' W,twvaB') DUKE OF j If DEVIL- f MAY-CARE $ f Dy HARRIS Dl J The E:ck Wo.l' B DICKSON (Ooprrirlit.lW.ttf D. Appietnc ft Co.) CHAPTER X. Continued. Chaudron called Monsieur Victor asi.ir; they conversed earnestly In French. Ha questioned Arthemlse, then went drwn stairs and talked with Mppolyte who was feeding pigeons In the courtyard Vhn Chaudron cam up the stairs apain he walked slowly around the balcony, thorough ly puzzled, not knowing what to think. "Miss Caaeron." he asked, dubious ly, "you cannot be mistaken? Von ore quite sure that Mr. Ashton ram to this hou.e with you last night?" "Ctrtsinly. we could not bave come "here alone." "Which room did your aunt oc cupy T" Anita pointed to the broken knob; Alice t.hook her head stubbornly. "M'Rieif Laboulsse. may I trouble you?" the young Creole bowed. Victor reopened the door; the three men went in together and looked around. There was nothing unusual lr the room, nothing suspicious, noth Ibis to attract attention; an ordi...

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. — 29 November 1906

CARING FOR PETS. PROPER TREATMENT IN HEALTH AND IN SICKNESS. Tf it' liu'lt P.adrr Cipir, ta.tr. Y"ur d.wkr or lwi Peons. Ill has k riS ' factory. A wimiCt bejrln to ill up and take a-.tlce when other women y Die things about her husband. Mr. W ln.lowa p.iiIiib nyrnpt S". Htl l'rH f llllliir . .nt,,,. 1 . lliHl, IpillW! In. Aa(iUiu a4i). iln,ouim aiud IklluUia. Nlnn time out of food policy not to. a possible tea It's Important to Mother. Xnmhx carrfully ery bout of CABT0R1A. aafa and nra rested? fat Infant sod chlklrrn. ad that It Brara tb Gignaiara Is I'H For Ow SO Years. Xba auod To liar JJwa BotubL. Flovra Kept Long In Storage. A Frrnrh experimenter, named Ver cler, has succeeded In keeping certain kinds of peonies more than three te han- 1 jnonths 1n cold storace, with the fio best stoxl the long te& la. WORST CASE OF EC2EMA. Characteristic of the Popular Pugs Wand Reared Kitten Salt Batha for- Sick Goldfiah Birda' Need of Sunlight. Pure are very affectionate and f-md tempere...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 29 November 1906

pa .,.... ncl- County OrCclals. Representative Uoo. Church. Circuit J ndgc C A. Denton. Probate Judge J. A. Silvers. Sberiff-M. 13. Morris, Circuit Clerk C. M. Uarkley County Clerk J. F. Herrel. Recorder T. K. Lisle. Treasurer W. 11. Bell. Tree. Atty. A. B. Ludwlck. School Com. A. L. Ives. Surveyor E. B. Borron. Administrator S. T. Broaddus. Coroner W. II. Alleu. Presiding Judge J. W. McFadden. Associate " Jno. Armstrong. ' P. A. Bruce. LODUE UlifXCTOUY. Ulch Hilt Lodge No. 47'J, A F & A II., meets 2d and 4th Monday ulghts. W. F. Tygard, W. M.: B. ltlrk. Sec. Ulch Hill Islge So. 412, I O O F meets every Friday night nt Odd Fellows Hall.-T Kelso, N ti; L F Caldwell, Sec'y. Kkh Hill Lodge No. idO, K. of I'., tueets every Tuesday night. Ed Mc carty, Jr., C. C; John Connelly. K. of II uud S. Osage Lodge No. Oil, K of 1' meets acn Mouduy night. Julius Llgert, CC; U II Tarvcr, K of II aud S. Kleu Hill Camp No. 11MI. M W A. meets every Thursday ulghU W W Ferguson, C;JK Martin, Clerk. l...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 6 December 1906

.RLICIHI ' IHIJilLlL lit aXxts VmA ml i. T0LU8IE 17 . nidi HILL, MIHSOUIU.TUUU8DAT, DIX KM II Lit , I00 Jt. 1 2133 rsSaKSSSKEKEEraSSX"": S 11 ;38 i 3 I L y 8 U y i U i V P " 1 13 U WiiiSc TRU K Ql T ID o t no L lj I 1 1 i t t s i Of the H. H. Stewart Store, Rich Hill, Missouri. TW (x rl r? Also Don't Forget that It Will Continue from Day to Day Until the Entire Indebtedness is Paid Off. This is an important event to the good people of Rich Hill and the surrounding country-A golden opportunity to lay in their supplies for the season, in Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes. Hats and Groceries at the Lowest Prices Ever Made In This City- There are all kinds of sales: The Clearing, Xmas, Easter, Last of the Month, First of the Month, Fake, &c. All these sales are based on an expected profit. This Trustee's Sale will Figure Out a Heavy Loss, but the Business of the Firm Must he Closed ip at Once, So please note this Partial list of Bargains offered - it being impossible to quote prices separa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 6 December 1906

THE TRIBUNE ?"Cfr. !''!!. t f.a. and Put KANN1K II. Ml Ikr.lU, . V. men hilu MISSOURI An Odd Cure Are yon a sufferer from Indigestion? Here Is a curious remedy. Her. John Spencer of Dulutb, has brought back with hira from Ceylon one of the most curious presents In the world. -"Hiding on an elephant," he 6&ld the oilier day, "behind a native prlneo on a hunting expedition, the conversation chanced to turn on Indigestion, to which 1 said I was subject. The prince at once pulled out a black leather button kind of tblnir, which he was wearing on a tring round his neck, tinder bis clothes, 'What's that?' said I. 'A hy ena's snout,' was the startling reply. What for?" To cure Indigestion." 'How can it do thisT "It Is very simple. A byena gets Its living by digging up and crunching old bones. Now, it pos sesses In its snout this peculiar virtue, that when its nose approaches any thing hard, such as bones, those tough ubst-ances Instantly grow soft and enable the animal to eat them with...

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. — 6 December 1906

lEffiSIDEiirS E Recommends Legislation on . ' New and Important Subjects. INCOME -INHERITANCE TAX He Believes Such Laws Would Curb Growth of Fortunes to Dan gerous Proportions. Hit Views on Negro Question Asks fcr Currency Reform, and Shipping Bill Would Make Citirens of Japs Many Other Important Subjects Discussed. Washington. nc. J. President Ttoose velt' nirMK ti th e ond si-salon of the Fifty -ninth congress deals with a number of firw and Important subjects, chief of whU'h Is Ihe government prose cution of the trusts, tha abu of tnj-inr-ttofi In labor troubles, the neero iUea tlon, th itch, hlng of rlus hntr. J rtweeno.pnal and UNt, a) -litiitr.nl s Ptlion fir the control of largt corpora tions, a f Mit.i1 Inheritance and Income Us law and current) reform. The nicsage opoi.g with a statement of wh-it the lust conrf.-i Intt uiinnlshol, and of (h;s he sty: "I ae,i:n t.m on. mend a hw proh'bifln z all c-o porat ions ir.tm .,ni r . t w 1 1 r.g in the ca-i'.j' i 'Xit n of Ht.y p:.rt...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 6 December 1906

The Tribune. tiKO. 1'. HtVKt JIV, Nanmr It, lllXkKIlV, Kill tors on J Publishers. Subscription price $100 per year. Kntcrod at tho Rich IUll post office ns Hoponil class matter. Senator Bailey down ia Texas is having the time of his life but whatever the outcomeTexas will make no improvement on Bailey as Senator. The war cloud hanging over the Pacific ocean in the direction of Japan will soon disappear. We don't believe the United States will go to war over a ques tion of school children. The Bates County Democrat lias just passed the 37th mile stone in its life journey The only objection we have to the Democrat is its perniciouspolitics but we reckon it can't help that It is usually fair and manly to ward the opposition which is commendable. Senator Tillman "to hell wit such a law" is what went wit the fugitive slave law a few years ago, and Senator Tillman's sec tions got hell then and might catch it again. Better let old satan look out for the hell busi ness. It is doubtful if ni...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 6 December 1906

VYTYYTTTYTTYYTTTYTTYYYYYYT f A. 3 1 Lciicr i pom 3 i Santa Claus. 3 TTTTT Toy Land, Dec. 3, 1906. My Dear Children: I am very pleased to inform you that 1 will be at the Ames Bazaar every day between 4 and 5 o'clock commencing Dec. 10, until Christmas. I shall be very pleased to have you meet me there at that hour. You don't know how glad I shall be to show you those R. R. trains that run and switch all by themselves. Those coal chutes that elevate the car end keep running ever so long, and those beautiful dolls, doll cabs, and banks. Oh, I just can't tell you, so many pretty things. Write me a letter and put it in my office at the Bazaar. The one that writes the best letter I will give a nice prize. Tell me all about what you want so I can get it for you at the Ames Bazaar. Will write again scon, SANTA CLAUS. S. L. AMES, BAZAAR. PHONE NO. 116. Koad the Ticuscnk. $1.00. Send tin the new b wire. Our jelephone 1m No. !2. Frank Kyun is in Joplin on a business mission. "We have just rec...

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