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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 10 January 1907

' duke of I ! i DEVIL iir.7Av.rAi Dy HARRIS DICKSON Acthor of The Bat Wolf's Ereed." Ete. t'Xfirrighl,i.,Ur t. ArvirM CJ j CHAPTER XVI. Continued. ' "Joe," the other looked up sudden ly frcm the tabic, "where di;l Fhe go? I saw her drive oil that moraine; In a carriage, and don't know whether kbe came back to the hotel or not I searched everywhere. I have not seen her slnee since this happened." ' She la et Mrs. Chaudron's with lier cousin." 'Miss Ash ton wsu taken ill, wasn't she?" 'Yes." "I thought that must he the reason. She did not look well when they drove away." He dropped his head In his hands; after all It did not matter very much, not now; nothing mattered. "Does she know where I am?" He did not raise his head. "Yes; ghe wa3 here Just now; she raw you when you came Into that rjom." Duke tottered to his feet, leaning heavily with one hand on the table. "Why did she come to this place?" "You would not give your - name, and the police wanted to Identify you. No. It wasn't exa...

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. — 10 January 1907

Happenings Barred from Penitentiary. Herbert (i. Howling, it )onrig luua who ln'M !. u woiklng u a for limn for the Slur Clothing ronipt.or In he penitent Uii y, Ims bei n butted from ed liilhnion to (he pitmin ly Wridu llitil. K !!p dnyn ulnrn n letter w Licit Howl- It g admit. writing was Kent to War- j iltn Hall frum St. Kouls by a tuna named "L, Kiitjlo." The letter lnlilrXM-d to "A. J. Engle," and re-cpu-sted prlcos on opium In pouud lots. It Is net kuuva here who I Kntjle is or bow the Setter happened to re;.rh bin band.. Without comment of any kind bo IncJotscd It and a self addressed cvc!npe to Bowling marked lor the g uera) delivery In tiiis city to War J.a Hall. Howling was away on a short vacation ultra the letter was te ceivfd by the waiden but when be re Uiruid Le was Hopled at the prison Titrawco. ttikeu before the warden and searched. No oj.lu;a w-s found on Lis (h i Mm, and he denied that he Intend ed any attempt to smusple ue drug inside tii.-Hi.-a walls. One of the...

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. — 10 January 1907

e tn .111 m it ni'inm ( . m fM,i vn -Tl! :-ir7AinrK ill i r i , w .1 or I-. .lOit l!t .(U n lot ll-.vrb.tt.Mi.n-'IFIinr )IPC m i- . .i I r " f ' -1 -ir t r ili. :v JUpposite U. L. Fatent LKuca J WASHINGTON D. C , We have quite a lot of blink AfiiJavits, Oil and Gas leases, Farm lenses Oath of Office, State ments of election expenses that we will sell to those needing same, as low as can be gotten any where. lilt KING OF AI RtfliS, Giveu Away to lioys Free for - fJretllnjr Clubs of Subscrip tions lor the Weekly Journal. Any boy who will secure io new subscriptions for the Kansas City Weekly Journal at 35 cents a year each, makin g a total o f 2.50, and will send the names together with the money to The Kansas City Journal, will be giv en an Air Rifle as a present. The name of this Air Rifle isjhe King and it is certainly the king of Air Rifles. It is made of polished steel, handsomely nickeled. Genuine black walnut stock, peep rear and Rocky Mountain front sight. Shoots BB shot or da...

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. — 17 January 1907

crrr:'r n HI MI Ml V CLUMP. 17 IIICII HILL. MISSOUItl.TIICJUSDAT. JANCAItV 17.UW7. r1 I Deer Hide Eiosc 1 for I Coys and Girls. $ Heavy Double Knee, Heel, J and To?. Ko better on the nurket for warrith, wear 5! and durability. If you are wanting anything in that line call and see us before buying. PRICES RIGHT AT BLNcDICTS ; Vf.rS Ave. Ki.h Hill, Mo lU-t. Oth an.l 7th St WE CHARGE NO FEE tatIL IKE CASE IS .LL0UL3 D rrlr TRADE-IIAESS. EIc. ?tt rm.fc ikrtrk ft drtrriplio. f l.M. r FRtC OPINION to Mtenu&.mi. tmtt9rit bc co.4ntitl. fii.bl 1S04. Iraacke. at CfcccBO. Clnrl.. DtrH MiLO 6. STEVEHS & CO. I4TM STRCCT, WASHINGTON, o. c HeaKh s More. Than Wealth BALLARD'S lISl'ltKT SNOW LINIMENT AMD I 1 you will n!n-y! I-.3V0 -'vx! ,ial;h. 'Wh.it Is Morn to a mnn than l-imkI h'-;il:!i7 Atl tho i;-,i: y , t j,,. xwrid cuiTl lunku !millii vihrn- li..hli 1 11 l)V. ii. lttltarJ Srwiw I Inlmt li CI 1DCC 'hcumatNin, Cut. Hi:rn; . 5r4ins, Scutari, li 1 U 1. L 3 -"'i t . Coniractrd Mullet,. Lam...

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. — 17 January 1907

THETRIBUNE It. hu kmi, v, . ; RICH HII..U MISSOURI What doc the Kaiser know about good cooking, anyhow? Ho has no fond memories of the kiiid mother UM'd to make. "Man Is a plain i.ceessitv," says on of the women writers. Ob, well, he wouldn't be so plain If lie ""fixed up" the. way woman does. Of languages which so widely dif fer among themselves as to be in comprehensible without particular study the number readily exceeds J;. r.'.cs Prye, th? new British am bassador to this country, has declined to receive a title. He reed not ex pect to become popular with our heiresses. A "wealthy American girl is coing to marry a baseball player. This is cer tainly an Indication that the tastes of the puis have been elevated since the days when they used to pick out dukes and counts. It has Just hecn discovered that Cashavant G. Pandit, a very wealthy liigh-caste Hinda and a protege of the Gaekwar of Paroda, Is workin? as a common laborer in an acid factory at Roscoe, X. 11. Pandit, though said...

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. — 17 January 1907

or -. . 4. . T T . awl .1 i TV" " W. - VOCUABLE RELIC. Old Soldier Hat Watch That Saved Hit Life In '65. C'sijit. C, W. Foster, of Council Muffs, la., haa a valuable relic el the civil war. It Is an olj -fashioned til vcr watch. It was n f.tlily stood time piece, and was all right until It at lut out of service ly a confederate bullet. C". V. Foster captain of company I). Sevi nty-slxth V. S. C. I.. First brigade, Hawkins' division. Gen. Steele's army. ili!K Gen. Can by lt tho taklr.c of Mobile. Ala. Tiny wi-M Jo I'.arnacas. Fla.. thence to Ponsacola. and then by tjulck march through Florida s.auips northwest until they struck the Tensas river, in Alabama, and then south until they made connections with Canby't army In the rear of Spanish Fort and Fort Mtakeicy. Hawkins' division of "Smoked Yankees" was placed on the ritlit next to the river, and the hit divlnion further south, liy dig King rifle pits and trenches and plac ing batteries I la kins' men advanced until within half a ti...

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. — 17 January 1907

The- Tribune Oi-.o. V. Ilt m iiv, Nanmk lilt Kl liV, Editors nii.l Publisher. ubscilption pi lic 1-00 pi ryrar. Entered at the Klrh Mill post ofiice ns second class matter. v, hero it is rim1, itllowod Means t! .'rod their li'.v- a' l!n TK' n -ri '; inm in it im' n In' of- :. ! ) of ll s.ivt'il I riMii tt. Kis I'l l i -mo 1 ii'1 .. s!i.:!i hot l.u-k Hi.' wili has i' ;ir.-v i- The pure food law is now in force. Look out for the label. Senator Tillman may :et Lis pitchfork broken by the big slick. The Shah of Persia is dead. Jle was the most over married man in the world. What's the matter with the railroad block system? Is it the blocks that knock, them otT the trade or do they knock them to gether. The law suits are having their fT.wt. rm railroad stocks. If they keep hammering they may accomplish more than they bar gained for. With all their sins it was the railroads that built up the west. The Republican rai'ty can point to its origin and its first measures in proof of the fact th...

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. — 17 January 1907

ff FTTTTTTTT"TTTT7TTTTTTTTT Clearing Sole! Bargains in all Lines These goods must i move. , J Largest line of exclusive ladies ty. We are mak-J ing space for our new and stylish 3 line of ladies1 goods soon to be put in stock. t S. L AMES, tUZAXR. PHOHE NO. 116. f LOCAL BUI EFS. 5 hU-ml u the now b win?. Our telephone In No. T.2. Tim. Iaderer has returned to his work at Huntsville, Mo. We will give you the Tuna-sr. and Mc Call's magazine one year for $1.00. Dr. Slater's dental ofiice will be closet! hereafter on Monday and Tuesday. Miss Lula Parker ha returned from an extended visit to rela tives in Milwaukee. Wis. Henry Christman is going south. He went to Joplin Tut'--Jtnj day and will visit other points while absent. Tle W. C. T. U. will meet t the Home of Mrs. J. C. Lane, Friday aftermxm at U o'chik. All are invited. , ,,A .- . , THE TUIUUNK editor has nlout , . , . , ,, i thmf hundred buheU of Hon ., i Davis apple to hell. II you 11 wani any, can ami hi-e nnu, Mr. I). H. Hit ke...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 17 January 1907

-' -'vV" rf rj -. S --"- -eft--. DUKE 0F1 DEVIL- V MAY-CARE v Dy HARRIS DICKSON if Author of S "The iQic Hfj'i liie!. Da. Cm. t.'TrM. iw,lT D. Appta-taa CoJ CHAPTER XVII Continued. It rang again. Impatiently, per emptorily before she could reach It. "MSo Cameron? Ia that you?" the voire, she board was trembling with excitement. "This ia Joe Balfour. T4ra. Aaliton ia here, at the House of the Samaritan, suffering from a slight ntUck of amsllpox or yarlotold. She's doing splendidly, la no danger what ever " Anita's knees gave way; f-he dropped the receiver. When 6he caught It up again Joe had pone. "Oh. Mrs. Chaudron Alice!" she shouted, and started to run. At the foot of the stairs everything suddenly became dark and peace came. "What is it, dear?" When Anita opened l.cr eyts Mrs. Chaudron was trending over her, and Celeste. "I I thick. I stumbled " "Poor child, you rnu.it get some sleep " "No. no," she sprang tip; "she's found! she's found! she's well! Mr. Itiifour fonnd her at the ...

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. — 17 January 1907

V SERVED UNDER HERO DEATH OF FOUGHT ENGLISHMAN WHO WJTH GARIBALDI. Cm John Dunng Rendered Diatln Cuithed Service to the Cauee of United Italy Celebrated for His Act of Daring. !t-n. John Dnnno died rocent!jr at Uie Vlc-tnrla Memorial !lo;!tal, Nlf, at llic aeu of nearly SO. He bc-an hU career la the Knsllsh army, anil In trip Crimean war dUtlnsuiblifd liiin-F4-!f as an ofTWr of Hash! ISazmilis. H Uft the KncllHh mtvIc with the rank of captain, and In IKn) began his mmanllc career nnder Garibaldi. At the r?iut of 1-a Farina (who was attln undfr Csvotir'a orders) he tik with h'.m to Sicily a Sicilian jatrlot named Glarinto Soclr.l. who went disguised as his servant. Sci-lni was con!rt'rtiit-f.1 la the patriotic movement In Sicily In ;MS. and prob ably would have been shot If taken. The two landed at Messina, and then took a ruall boat to a village oa the coast, whore thev wore well received and soon gathered voliiuleera, of whom IXinne becan-e leader. Marching and fljiliUtiK their way...

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. — 17 January 1907

TT'iini.tiv f.'.ntlli ' H. l-'in-it-n f . - i- it .r I I "M t-i iti v nt n-n hi r -i llie i t. ik W k , - !- i ' iy a ' I r !t:n.uni m rCpposita U. latent ioe J WASHINGTON D. C. We have quite a lot of blank AfTuIavii, Ol and Gas leaes, Farm leases, O.tth o Ollice, State nienls of election expirees that we will sell to those needing same, as low i.s can be gotten any where. 9 1 the American Magsilnc Ifas Changed Hands. 'when KockHUr I'l.tanertt ft War Hie Woman'.. Home ' ciiiit 1 for .1 f 1 11 11 m r y contain.. I. Ill" I'l'i" For :jO Year. I n I. fit. -n ,(lt,.rvll. ,1. ;,k.(.i;e IMpilUr Monthly In ivhleli II..' IU I..M i..,m, 1 n Ma M. Tiirln-ll, u ho wrote Uii.olu . leveaU noveral aurprUdiia; id.lea t" nml the fa nit ma "Story tf Koi ke, j hi character, Imt HluxintteK them feller"; William Allfit White, the by 11 number tf Milklnc photo-well-known Knnana tlltr; t V. 'fcrnpha loaned exeluslvt ly to tin' Dunne, creator of "Mr. loolcy";ltny ' mnniulii". Atnoujj tin lin-M nt r Htnnnar...

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. — 24 January 1907

1l jJ.1l -A FTH Tu?7i LL JO Ha V0LUMI5 17 RICH HILL, WlsaOUni.TMUHMDAT, JANCAltVUI, 1U07. 59 21 mrrnr hiTW5 GOOD I Deer Hide Hose I (or Coys and Girls. (Si g Heavy Double Knee, HeeL w and Tos 'i market No better oa the w for warmth, wear and durability. If you are wanting anything in that g line call and tee us before s KKAL ESTATE TICAKSFIUtS M A Cailcy to V M Davidson lots 5 and 6 blk 39 Amoret, $500. EC Ilcqua to Mao Springer lot 6 blk 49 Rich Hill. $200. Aletha Garner to Peter Patter son 40 a sec 30 Mt Plesant. $2, 250. W A Updegraff to DM Carnes 00 a sec- 13 Doer Creek, $2,H00. Ana Hunziker to J II Dallard 21 a sec G and 7 West Boone, $3,000. J II Ballard to Ann Hunziker 218 a sec 2 and 11 West Boone, f.,000. Lillie Williams ct al to It J Al Park Ave. Will Hill, Mo. ; llet. Cth niul 7tU. buying. TRICES RIGHT AT BtNtBICTS Walnnt Street SI. B.Cburch Preaching at this church each Sunday at 11 a. ni. and 7:110 p. m. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Junior League at 2:'M p. in. Kpwnrth L...

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. — 24 January 1907

THE TRIBUNE r.Fon.iK-f. hi . kh;v. i ... .... ,., WKSIt II. Hl !, l,Kli, ..... . men hii.u MISOITJ Ths Educated Negro. Ir. Hooker Washington has contrib uted to the Montgomery Journal Ions statement regarding tho gradu ates of TuskcRee, in which he again declares that he It unnble to find a tingle one who hat been convicted of crime In either a state or a t'nlted Btalcg court. Of tuch a record any Institution might be proud; It la the best answer to the unenlightened white In the south who still believe that education "harms" the negro. If he had reported 25 per cent, of crim inality, there would still be reason for Ms carrying on his work. says the New York Post; that he has been abic to show to clean a record is more than ever a reason why his hands should be strengthened, north and south. Dr. Washington is confident that what Is true of Tuskcgee, Is practically true of the other Indus trial schools for bit race in the sou;h. CVrtalnly, Hampton has as fine a record. To his stateme...

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. — 24 January 1907

ttStdti; lALIAICA, IS LAID WASTE Earthquake end Fire Ciue Widespread Destruction in the BeautiJul West Indian City end Contiguous Territory. Late Dij-ichf y Humber of Dtsd May Resch 1,000 and ihat 19,000 Persons are Homeless In the IslandThe Properly Damage In Kingston Alone ta Fatimaled at $ 10,000,000-Movements to Srr.d Aid to Sufferers Have Begun in Lor. Jon and New Yoik. Kingston, Jamaica, Jan. 17. Klnga ton was overwhelmed by an earth cpiake at 3;30 on Monday afternoon. All the houses within a radius of ten miles v.ere injured and almost every house in the qiy was destroy ed. Fire broke out after the t-urih-quako, und completed the work of destruction. The buslneFs section of Kingston Is a heap of smoldering ashes." The hilled number r.bout JO) and thousands were injured. Tba STP.EET SCENE IN Eaat Street, Looking Toward the Completely Devastated ty the Earthquake and Fire. churches, public rflces and bote's nlal offices, and that this was caus are all fion but ther were na fa- ...

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. — 24 January 1907

The Tribune ;-i ii. p. 1 1 i ixi.siY, N.tii; I:. 1 ! 1 1 ivKiiv, Cditor iniil Publishers. Subscription pft-e pcrycar. Lntcred at he Kich Hill post (iiliif lis second clans matter. One of the safest ofTors we have noticed is that of the Apical to Koason, of $1,(Y0 reward to any person or persons who would kidrmp ex governor Taylor of Kentucky, and take him from In diana to Kentucky to be tried for the murder of Goebvl. Conevcssman DeArmond has in traduced bill i the house of irp representatives, which will vest in the U.S. supreme court alone the power to determine whether an ct of Con Rtiss is constitutional. Such n law ought tn be passed without a dis senting voice. Such lawoufht to have been ndopted long ago and we sre heartily glad the member from the CtCs district has proposed it. v Representative GridithhaJ intro duced a bid in the house of rrpre scntatives to create the ollice o! mnpriiknr - rornornl ioni. whosf) .!.... o .-.ace r.n , li mrnrnrtrillnn . of companies nd collect...

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. — 24 January 1907

TTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTtTTTTTTf Clearing Sold On Millinery. See our bargains h in hats worth up to S2.50, for 50c each. These goods must 3 move. Largest line of exclusive ladies' goods in the coun- E ty. We are mak- a ing space for our J - A new ana swiisu line of ladies' goods soon to be put in stock. S. L. AMES, BAZAAR. PHOHE NO. 116. Monjr to Loan. I bava a few thousand dollars to loan on ttnj terms cn jood farm property. II. P. Robinson. 3 4 f LOCAL BRIEFS. 1 Notice-It. N. ol A. Inntallnth.n will I keld next Hon day evcnlnit, Jnn. 2S. Huuuet fol lowing. MemlN-r take notice Nancy Huckeby, Kecorder. Subscribe for The Tuibcne. Send ii the news b wire. Uuf telephone 1 Net. Z.2. Wo will give you the Thiijune ami MeGa'd's magazine one year for $1 AW. Winchel! Jamison spent Sun day in Hutler with old Kich Hill friends. Dr. Slater's dental office, will bo closed hereafter on Monday and Tuesday. Miss Mamie Vanllenthuaen re turned Monday f nun a short visit to friends at Hutler. The Tkihitnk ed...

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. — 24 January 1907

- .. r" m . . , ',, ip&i ei- : j rr t- 0 M B2VII Ey HARRIS DICKSON Au'brw ftf Ths Dlack Wolf i Brsed. Etc Vorf" (i orroirtt, lu.isll. SppMoa CHAPTER XVII Continued. IB lit Anita was watching Utm, lie knew it. lie felt It watching him not so much with her eyes as with her very ftrul, tortured with dcuhU. The girl had long forgot her aunt lying ill In the red ward, forgot the people sround her, forgot Alice whose head she was stroking forgot every thing except ihe one thin?;, the unfor gettable thing. Why was Noel In that prison? Why did be not dmy those Tearful accusations? It wan bo unlike him to be silent; they talked to hira s If he had been a thieving negro, and he said nothing. Yes, yes, Noel had been wild, she knew that nut Anita came of wild tock herself. Brothers, father, grand fathers as far hack as there was any record of themthe Caimrons had been bard riding, card-fighting, hard loving, hard-hating gentlemen. It was In her blood, and Anita understood. But when men impu...

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. — 24 January 1907

IK THE HOME CIRCLE MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST TO THE HOUSEWIFE. Btit Way to Furnish and Decorate the Bedroom American Cooks Not Alive to the Value cf Chives-Recipes. A Rlmplo bedroom la most doslre, bla, and tho mort cotv.rrill. jire rloHcIa are a great convenlm?. Vn iler one of th windows a toi ran b built In which shirtwaists may bo kept, and also serve as a seat. Mir rors may be net Into the walls, framed to mnteh tho woodwork. If the walls are in Rood condition It Is bolter to have them iiainted delicate tint, though It ftives a room a cold appearance. Nothing, however. Is as sanitary or economical. If the walls are painted, the hanslnss ar.d furniture coverinics should be figured. If flowered or figured paer Is used then the material for drai-erlcs and coveiln.es should be plain. In some bedrooms both wall paper and hang Irics are of the same dislpn. The foors. of course, should be of hardwood or be painted. It Is possi ble then by removing the rues and wiplna; op tho flxr wit...

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. — 24 January 1907

i Oil r- !K f fni'r.-:irt on i i.-Titnl i.tv. 1 1 t I've be kt Opposite U. y. Fetent Office s We have quite a lot of blank Affidavits, Oil and Gas lease, Farm lease, Oith of Oilice, State ments of election expenses that we will sell to those needing same, as low hs can be gotten any where. THE KlG OfAia RHUS, Given Awbj to Iioys Free for Getting Clubs of Subcrlp tlous for the Weekly Journal. Any boy who will secure io new subscriptions for the Kansas City Weekly Journal at 25 cents a year each, making a total of s-2-50, and will send the names together with the money to The Kansas City Journal, will be giv en an Air Kifle as a present. The name of this Air KLSe is the King and it is certainly the king of Air Rifles. It is made of polished steel, handsomely nickeled. Genuine black walnut stock, peep rear and Rocky Mountain front sight, Shoots BB shot or darts accurate ly with great force. Length 31 inches, weight 2 pounds. All parts interchangeable. Now is the time for the boy to ear...

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. — 31 January 1907

Jl li o KLin mil i i m n 'ruj J. VOI.UMK 17 OICIJ I5ILI,, MISSOURI, XIUJ:SZAT JAUAUY3!, JC07. ( rt !?' ) to (V- to (-1 I. to v (I () to to ft I.) ?! to 1 GOOD 1 Deer Hide Hose I for ! Coys and Girls. I Heavy Double Knee, Heel, ' to and Toe. No btter on the to . .. .. to maraei ior warmm, wear ana curability. It you wanting anything in line call buying. PRICES RIGHT AT Hon. V. O. Atkison, of Hutlcr, was m the city last Thursday looking after business matters. " W. M. Ilagan. of Hutler has re moved to this city and wllloccu-jTHKTumusE: frsm He Pacific Coast. Los Angeles, California, Jan. 7, 1907. ort py the Farnham property on West Park Ave. Los Angeles, liko many other, vl.i uty and, I thin':, Koti-eihing cn5 thf".:s!v.l rsr rnnnitg the streets and suburban Li .', and on some of the busy - streets, a person ha to "look a liti'-e out," when crossing the I street. The automobiles are reg- pSvereu ana numoerea, ana i saw one caving the number Yours truly, V. W. C. O'Nfcl A BHzy liusa Tt...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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