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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 27 December 1906

FAVOR CAR CLEARING HOUSE -SPELLED down. WHAT CONGRESS IS DOING SENDS METCALF'S REPORT- THE TRIBUNE NA.s.Mitit.mutii)! " IUCH 1IILU .... MISSOURI Anyway, Anna Gould's troubles r now countless. Wonder If Mrs. Russell Sage has Count Iionl on her list? Peary says ho piefer chigs to air ships. Not as a steady diet, but for hauling. Emperor William says he la an opti mist, and his moustache bears him out. "Arabians when they meet a friend shake hands six or cl.ght times. Thrn ?3 they trike hhn for a loan? The wages of sin remain about th name. All others are being marked tip ten per cent, or thereabout. T.vfvi if Ontario should harness Niagara, it would not be the first tin that beauty has been commercialized. The cable say Kin? Menelik hasn't one foot in ths grave. It la therefore unnecessary to ssy that Abyssinia la still unpartkloned by the powers. Acting on Mohammed's wisdom here the mountain was concerned, n Iowa town has moved itself to a railway that would not come to the town. Fea...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 27 December 1906

TO THE VETERANS O. A. R. OF THE ITIie following iwin wns w ritten by the wife of a civil ar vftfmn ait. I wnt to tlie National Tribune. The author, al- tli.i'iKti nearly 71 years of OK, and It is many year sime tlie vir, hns not fr-a-'.lten the heart throb of the lonx aK) 'Tmi easr to nmrrh in the niornuiK. When lienrt-throba and limbs wit strong. V hen bluet of life- buifle m calling-, l.lkc strain? of l,esitiftil sons. V hen the drum tup tailed you to ac t!on. And comrades were by your aide. So easy to march in a coi.ittiii. Kadi firmly stepping- aide by side. How bravely you entered the conflict, t'lieers aroeted each moment of tune. And tumor was crowr.li.R- your efforts, When life seemed almost luMlnie, With friends standing by to support you. And lift thir voices In prnise, To-.:r htart never tired, but only ia sptred Totir fistf of success to raise. When th work draneed on In the evens . Ire. And the frunds that cheered were (CMie. n-l liie prnises cf men nerl silent That pip...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 27 December 1906

The Tribune. Ct.n, P. Mr .mv, Nannie II. Hi m hy, IMUom find Publ'mber. NubHcrtptlon prlro $1.00 jrjoftr. Kntrrcd nt tlio K'ch IMU pout- .lllkO US WtOlKl C.lllfc JUIltltT. . Someone says John D. Ilocke roller's income is $GO.OOO,000 a year. We wonder how they found it out. Tlio war cloud that hovered over toward Japan has blowed over as we thought it would. The tempest in the San Fran -cisco teapot has about fettled but the tea is slightly over drawr and hence somewhat bitter. It is no more difficult for Pres ident Roosevelt to write a mef sage than it is to write a book. And he uses just as plain English too in theono as he does in the other. Bishop Chas. C. McCabe, bet ter known as Chaplain McCabe died in New York City, Dec 13, the result of a stroke of apoplexy Dishops Fowler and Hamilton of the same church are very sick men and may not recover. Archbishop Ireland comes nearer summing up the situation as it is in France than any man whose opinion we have read thus far. Ho thinks ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 27 December 1906

A Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to All. During the Holidays e take the opportunity to thunk our patrons for their most liberal patronise toe past year which is closing so Kuccfssfully for us. We realize, that our prosperity is througfi your liberality, and wo are making preparations for a still larger and better line of goods than we have ever kept, and shall ever strive to supply you with the very best goods at lowest prices, and shall always be glad to correct any error and make all goods equal to what we represent them to be. Never hesitate to call our attention to anything proving to be not as represented. New lines of goods will soon be coming in, call and see them. "We are pleased to show goods regardless of whether you make a purchase or not. We Hre al ways glad to accommodate our customers in any way jossible. Ladies, we now have a new line of silks, see them in our win dows. Our motto is Honest goods, Honest prices, and never try to fake or fool our customers. S. L. AM...

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. — 27 December 1906

DUKE OF DEVIL- 1 MAY-CARE J By HARRIS DICKSON gillvve of "Th Black woif Brwed." W - - M ' " CHAPTER X!V. Continued. As he stumbled Vance turned bait round; his back was toward the other. Agile as a psnther. Puke sprang upon him and caught the wrbt that held the weapon. They grappled, wavered, struggled against the wall, among the tables and chairs, but Iiuke held that surly weapon and kept It pointing toward the celling. His owo pistol dropped from his pocket, A table crashed beneath their double weight. "Sanrta Maria!" shouted Tedro, running in from the back room, and dodging bark again even more quick ly. From his position of safety be hind the door he screamed his fran tic suggestions to Miguel aud Tanny, who were trying to get behind each other and succeeding alternately. In bis turnings and twlstings Duke caught sight of the waiters. "Here. Miguel:" be railed, breath ing very hard, "take this pistol." Tbe waiter closed in at once, and between the three they made quick work of V...

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 December 1906

To offend we should always be nrv willing; and the Inclination to Ion friend rsther than a Joke would be far from ua. gulntiliaa. The realest cause of worry on Ironing day can be removed by using Dvflance Starch, which will nit stick to the Iron. Sold everywhere, 1G of for 10c-. Otto RrMlck. the noted marine en gineer, of Hamburg, now proposes that a heavy wheel be mounted on a verti cal ail, so aa to prevent the rollins of the ship acting on the principles of the gyroscope. To prevent that tired fueling on IronlnR day Cise Defiance Starch saves time oaves labor saves annoy anre, will not stick to the Iron. The big 16 oz. package for 10c, at your grocer's. Cheap Sterilization. Tests mado In Franco Indicate that water can bo sterilized with ozone at the cost of about a cent and a half for every one thousand gallons, when the procesa la carried on on a large tale. A Great Outside Remedy. Most palna are of local orlitin a "crick" In the back, a twinge of rheu matism, a (soreness all ov...

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 December 1906

i y Every ' fe Meee asMl Nephew ofl Uncle Sam should be deeply interested in what he has said about soda crackers, because they are the one food with which all of them are familiar. Uncle Sam has given out figures showing that soda crackers ate richer in nutriment and body-building elements, properly proportioned, than any food made from fiour. This is saying much for common soda crackers, and much more for UflGeda DlSCUlt, because they are oda crackers of the best quality. They are baked better more scientifically. They are packed better more cleanly. The damp, dust and oiW proof package retains all tne good ness and nutriment of the wheat, all the freshness of the best baking, all the purity of the cleanest bakeries. Your Uncle Sam hasshown what food he thinks best for his people. His people have shown that they think Uneeda OlSCUit the best of that food, nearly 400,000,000 packages having already been consumed. ssda IDSscylS NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY states where protection forchi...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 3 January 1907

0 TTOTLTT Hi -.A mimmi JL. VOLUMF 17 15150 KICll HILL MIHHOUKI.TrungDAY, JASCAUY3, 1SK)7. ac TEDS in Notice tO Rich Kill Earlal ASSI-i1'1" elation. On account of the death of Mrs. Anna Eason, who died at Nevada, Doc 2, and Mrs. Jane Hutton, who died Dec. 20, the J!7th and oth assessment are now due. It. J. Booth, Sec'y Jan. 1, 1907. Jesse Van Dyke and wife, of HufTalo, Kan., are in the city vis iting relatives. C. K. Walter:) and daughter were in Nevada . Monday and Tuesday attending to asylum business and visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Hueker idge returned Monday from a holiday visit to Mr. and Mrs. AI Huckeridge at Webb City, Mo. WE CHARGE NO FCC tllli. IHC CAS I tt aUOWM TRADE-HARES. Dc 999 VtiV'tf 94 9CVv4i0(l f Iwf4 l mtC OPINION u la twitoMif. Cwtwhwk twl 4rtit, trtkiitfc4 ISM. raacttt ! C ., Ctot4. hMt. M1L0 B. STEVENS & CO. 4TN STRICT, WAKHINOTON. 0. 6 An ounce of Pre vention is worth a pound l mm i-.-tw' - i.-,r- . It worth rrmr to onoa hra'th than any ether mndk...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 3 January 1907

THETRIBUNE flKonUF- . HI , K MIY, j 1. ... . 'MANSIt U. Bl XhMiV, KA- 'J1 rU men inuu - - Missouri Duration of Life. A European statistician, hat pub- ' fished carefully prepared figure of longevity 'which tend to throw rather remarkable light on the rela tion, first of progress, and secondly of climate, to the duration of life. It would appear that Germany, with a population at the time of 65,000,000. counted less than SO centenarians, or In the ratio of one to 700,000; that the ratio la lower still tn Denmark, where It Is one to 1,250,000, and In Belgium, where it la one to 1,350,000, but that It rises in Sweden (1:600,000), Eng land (1:260,000), France (1:190,000). Norway and Scotland (1:100,000), and Spain (1:405,000), till it attains an as tounding; height in the Balkans, where ftoumania can show one centenarian for every 6.000 iohahitants, Servla one for every 4,600, and Bulgaria one for every 1,000. The obvious deduc tion would be that climate la evident ly a powerful factor ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 3 January 1907

i j Y V A . m in w . -3 i - i dfTIID CUBAN REVOLUTION Aug ? -Pprlsine; of ina'irgpnts in west ern Cuha. ?J IU v o I o 1 1 n spreads and ge frntnfnl dH-ides to raise 11mV" men to fgr;t FeWda. "O lni.rg-nis unlr arms in Ptnar iol H'o pro vim-. U Heavy righting In Ptnar del Fao provttxe. ft hand of 10 In surgents toot I jta Fajan. tranta CWira province. 2 i iowernment of fera anmewt v and many leaders In Proi tvfi of Mi taitui and Santa nr surrender Trlirr Tuft. rp. 10 Crulaer Le-s Moinea satis for H-eaiiora land from fruttrr iVnvrr at list ana tut immediately ordered to re turn to vesael, guard lor American is ra ti n left. 14 President deMdrs lo aend Fee of War Taft a nil Apst re-. of Male Iia on lo Cut to Jnveatigat conditions and lend , lnfluen- to rniori" peace. Kura e. on of Cuhan con g re as irrania Prea Palm fulleal power lo carry on war a at r. at lnur:ents 15- -Palm ortl-r i.iir,i(jn of hostilities. Jfr-Taft a rut Huron arm at Havana and I) n erf or ta for reat-e. imlt .-iiut...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 3 January 1907

I The Tribune. 1". Ill ( ki nv, N'AN.MK R. IllH KEBY, LMIUirs an1 I'ubUnherf. ubripliou price $1.00 per year. Knlered at the Klcb. II 111 poet- oilk-c as ocoud clans ruattf r. Wo most heartily wish each and every one of our readers a happy and prosperous year. 'Hie total valuation of property in Hates county, including rail road, telephone and telegraph lines, personal and real estate, foot 9 'up the. wagniiicent sum of One of the most disastrous train wrecks of the year just closed, occurred in the suburbs of Washington City Sunday even ing. Some twenty-six were kill ed outright and about a hundred wounded. Let the affair be promptly investigated. The Missouri Legislature be gan its regular bi-annual session yesterday. The people want a 2-ccnt railroad passenger rate, a just and equitable 6chool book system, a good beginning at a system of good roads,and a great many other things that they will not get. After hanging in the balances a few days the sun has began its journey northwar...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 3 January 1907

Clearing Sale! TTTTT Bargains in ail Lines : These goods must 3 move. Largest line of exclusive ladies' I goods in the coun- t ty. We are mak- 3 ing space for our t new and stylish 5 line of ladies' goods soon to be put in stock. S. L AMES, BAZAAR. PHONE KO. n6. . LOCAL BRIEFS. 1 Subscribe for TheTuibcne. fcni it th nctra hy wire, telephone U No. M. Our We will Kvoyou theTitiBCNB and McCaH'a magazine one year for 1.00. Dr. Slater's dental ofiice will be closed hereafter on Monday and Tuesday. j Mrs. John Staples, of Har- wood, visited hea friend, Mrs. . Ceo. Davis, several days last- wtHk- "Grandma" Davis who has leen so near death's door for wine time, is reported nt this writing to be somewliat im-i irovwl i lm,u ' J. T. Weathers, of Pittsburg, Kans., came over und spent Sun- day and attended church at the old kirk and visited with friends Monday. He made an nppreci- . , ,. ... . ...... J ated call at the Tkiulnk oftkv. Miss Maxie Hell, a popular saleslady in the store of Mrs. S. ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 3 January 1907

DUKE OF f DEVIL- Y ?TAVP A rr A Dy HARRIS DICKSON Author of "Ths Blaek WoU't Bmi' Bo. (Copricht. 1W, O. ApplMon Co.) CHAPTER XV Continued. Then be mw the girl straighten her self, an unshrinking determination flashed Into her eyes, such as he had seen In few men's, and never In a woman'. It told him plainly that her time for fear had passed, the hour for endurance had come. She shrank no longer, she trembled no longer; the truth was out, It stared her In the face, and she met It like a woman of the Romans, i Joe tried to slip away. , "Walt, she said. And he waited. 1 Half-way up the stair, she turned; Joe was going out the oor. "I'm Just going out to see if I can't catch a cab." he explained. She looked at him a moment, doubt ful whether he was telling her the truth. "I shall go alone if you leave me," Church bells pealed from every tow er; worshipers hurried through the doors, and votaries of pleasure strolled along the promenade. In God's vast cunshine there was abundant room for ...

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. — 3 January 1907

RISES TO PROTEST. FAMILY CLOCK MAKES KICK WITH IT USUAL TICK. Tired of Continually Being Mad tcitprgoat, Tlmepiec Threatens to Co on Strike Dlimal Re cital of Won. "I'm fi'ttlin neTToim prostration," rfmarserl Hip family clock to ttn Jai anose vane. "Just cibwrve how j-rky my hands arc; an J I shake ro I can't keep my tick on straight I'll hnvo to po to a sanitarium for net and re pairs wion or I sball be completely run down. "No, It Isn't ape, nor overwork, nor even th 24 hour day that Is doln It: It's the strenuous exclteutent of family life. You cannot Imagine what a Jar It is on my nervous system to be forced to live a constant lie. That Is what I am doing. For instance, the other morning, about two o'clock, I was jnclns quietly alnp. almost d;r. Ins. when suddenly I heard the click of a ley In the hall door and Healthy fmitstriis creeping alon; the corridor. All at one thu Ush's Cared m ami I iiw the master of the house blinking at me me! As though I were renoon tI! for his tro...

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. — 3 January 1907

Vry I,w HriioM via Luisviile & Nashville R. R. TO 1'OINTS IN ARKANSAS. INDIAN TERRITO RY, OKLAHOMA, MEXICO, TEXAS, NEW MEXICO and LOUISIANA. November 6 and 20. AND December 4 and 18. Liberal Iceturn Limits, For rates and further information address v i) r.usii. n c bah.ky, I) P A, Cincinnati, X W P A.Cbicago J K Datkm'iiiit, J H Mii.i.ikkx. D 1" A, St. Louis, D P A, Louisville C L Stone, Jen. Pas. Agt. Louisville, Ky. WANTLD by Chicago wholesale nud mail order house, assistant manager (man or woman) for t hi county and adjoining territory. Sal ary $:J).O0 andexpeuses paid weekly; expense money advanced. Work pleasant; position permanent. No investment or experience required. Spare time valuable. Write at once for full particulars and enclose self addressed envelope. Address, Ufc.v- ritAU Manager, 134 E. Lake Kt. Chicago. We ntrirtir oMmii I . a. and hon nm fud nuxUtKeu-iz or pHtoci ltiTcuuon lei i "nw?TP ncif x eve ---nii n MIPU1. I'lBIIM to ! Opposite U. S. Patent Office WASHIN...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 10 January 1907

TjTjTT jLlTl 1? 77TD 7T TT T73 I i i i I M :! M volumi: 17 KICII HILL, KIliSOUKIllSUl-SOAT, JASCAItY lO, 1B07. 5 lt l J) """plTTT'" ' .r;,.,v.i ii.iSfli I Here We Arc! I NOTIONS Oh' ALL KINDS, a- Tnll.-t-i. jM'tH-IIw, nwr, crrpe fj, paper, p'ljMT nnpkitm ( I'liif, nullum. iMHihi ami p,Tr, y thrCnil, fclioe Incca, linir pins, ;j! handkerchiefs, towel and tow. WantedTwo young men to trsvel for a lar gr Chicago hou and learn a good buSnet in which a promotion cm toon be had. Lib era! cotnmUiion from the tlart. C. C. Pindlktom, Manager, Grn Del., Joplln, Mo. botm, hone for men. children. tad!- and ft: .-A and $ VAT( 1IF.S & JHWKLRY YVhUIi work m-mly promptly done. w In the Millinery Hims lint. !js velvet. oUku, thlffoim, veiling ( nml rllilion. :'S Wiitcli thin apace, you will And aomethlug especially In- 5 tetvMInu aoon ri, i.ac i: nnd f.mbuoidf.uy SALE SF.XT SUTIUUY. BLNtDICTS J Park Atf. JMrJi Hill, Mo. IU U 6)1) nnd Tth. A GOOD fA3'. PAFta f EE. Any subscriber who will renew his...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 10 January 1907

THE TRIBUNE f; I. . .1; (J ,' I.. , ( . K h I! V I . . MSSIBK. .C . KHiV. M "" r"' LK1I HJ1.U .... MlSSOl'F.l Fp Jlina reform seems 1o have lit Sraily fallen thru Itself. ''Kvlrcme ciuoltv" roveia A multi tude? of sins, though It in not spr'riRc allv mentioned In Iho decalogue. Many women are acting AS gondo liers In Venice. The mon object and aro organizing unions against them. Tim most despicable cocaine and DTdum fiends are the ones who sell the stuff to evident victims of the habit. During the year ISi'ti SC'.'O deserted wives have been relieved b"y the Por Ln poor lav cfr.cl.-.lc tt a cort of ?1 2. 000. A great majority of cases of matrimonial troubles resulted from drunkenness, which breaks up homes, at least temporarily. A Heme doctor has discovered that tea made with melted snow is m cure fur nervous disease. The doctor de clares that he has cured reople wi,n this elixir when all other remedies have failed. He melts the mow over ft lilow fire, and then hoila the water. It Is...

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. — 10 January 1907

AT FORT DONELSON. Old Soldier Give Interesting Account of Hit Flntt Battle. My first experience on a battlefield as lit Fort Donelson. My regiment, the seventy-sixth Olilo. had loft It re cruiting camp at Newark. O., in Feb. 9. 1S12. and about the ICth. I think. we reached Paducah, writes an old soldier ia the National Tribune. We went down the Ohio river from Cincinnati on transports, and arrived at Paduran In th( evening, but did not go ashore. I was officer of the guard that day and rlsht, and just before daylight a trans port t aint! alongside and tied up to our boat, and lieutenant jumped aboard and greeted me with the first Informa tion that had reached Ph.Iuc&Ii if the -apt ore of Fort Henry. That day sev eral traniirts. heavily laden with sol dier and army supplies, our regiment Included, and also a number of gun boats, went up the Cumberland river to mak? attack on Fort IoneUon. We lancet: K)t two or three, nillea below the fort on Friday afterneoa. the lalb. and Immedi...

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. — 10 January 1907

i i he Tribune. I i u. I'. 11 U Kl II Vv S.INME II. Hi M !1Y, J'.'liii.rM it ml rulillHlici-H. SiiliMTliitlin price $1.00 rxryenr. Kistoml at the IMch 1 1 111 oltli c ns tuvouil chm matter. post- The wages of RKH3 coal minors in Colorado were raised three per cent Jan. 1, 1907. Let's see? Didn't the people ujsa iu Tosas hold a primary election last July and elect Sen ator Bailey as their candidate for senator? If the Republican party nomi nates Secretary of War Taft for president in 1903, ho will be elected by a tremendous ma jority. It won't be long before the peo ple of Kich Hill will be ablo to go to Duller and return for 43 cents instead of having to pay Go cents as they do now. A clear saving of about 17 cents each trip. Enough more people will go how ever, to make up the loss to the railroad company. The Legislature held only a short session last Friday, but it was long enough for fourteen bills to be presented in the sen ate and seventy-seven in the house. Not a good day for ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 10 January 1907

rmrf MTTTTTTVTTTf fVVTTTf 3 ticanng aaici Bargains ia ell Lines 1 4 41 Thcso goods must 3 move. Largest lino of exclusive ladies' t goods in the coun- 3 ty. We are mak-J ing space for our new and stylish 3 line of ladies' c . goods soon to bo put in stock. S. L AMES, cazjub. PH05E KO. 116. 3 3 c luill It I) I L" LV 7. I A AM UJUUI O. - Subscribe for Tue Thihune. Hv.ii.1 ua th wwa bv wire. Our ll-pbo te Nik V will -jriw joo Jhe Tiuucxe and Medul's magazine one year for $1.00. Dr. SUtcr's dental oSice will b closed hereafter oa Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Oppenhimer, of Pleasant Hill visited the family pf Simoa Jxb (ver Sunday. Miss Alloc Ix?b, of Tonkawa, Okla., I in the city visiting her brothers Herman and Simon and other frionda. Bert Martin the postal clerk came in from Kansas City Mon day and returned t duty after a abort visit to home folks. Mr. Gx. S tough, the gas man, and some other gentlemen, of can iul were io the city vhinday looking over the local gas situa tion. Ge...

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