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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 31 January 1907

THE TRIBUNE Oo-K 1'. I i 1 ; ! M I li.'i.L The Su; rriiit-on cf P'afro?. F-..ti.r:i are rapei sMiiows, hut. tin !r notion that re.'aia "( i Is are uttlit. ky r.ot-lilh !( tl 1:1 i.ll b.l.ue tltei l- f.. M, ) Irf-nlie'a V,( liiy, Th steamer S..ra!.e:a, 'vhb li sunk oa the Hud eia river aeveial -. by col lision wt'h the Adirondack, had long H-en accounted urJiK'Uy by Hudsori river c.ip':!ir..-i . I!r misfortunes be gan !? her ii hi getting agroun 1 ! lnHtfr!(ii:s)y sni cf:en when til: was new. tho-ii f!,c had .".r- of the most sh'i'rul and fwi f.jl cf ; ;:!' and it na b-.-'i- way to pel stuck ia the for a f..Hi(j lot; stay. An unlucky ship which li.i.l a vary eventful history was the Cro'ivmyshlre, which wan re cenUy wrc-ched the foist of Chile. She was built in Scotland in 1ST?, and her q.inrtT crcl'try of life a f-i'l of traced v. Oa July 4. IK'S, she sank the I-Tvr.cn imer La Ikiurgoiaei lu a li.-ion, f.C2 lives l'l:is loft. A few years ago the caue.M f.re, narrowly es caping total...

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. — 31 January 1907

J L r O ' New York. "IIil's there in lP I the ro:,Fhir i hi a vast Pii'Pto, contain- j ii.a nany thousands of atWs. In on j of the most Airortrll a Mil beautiful roKi. which belonpa ns of ! to a I frcaV. Ctiiutnuntty cf which the !ar;- i mi;ority must, toon fa- aw ay. j Si un miles tbis estate run along j tho font! try roa!s. Ppurs fmm the l 1'rrkshirt s cross It ami lovely va!i ) a j lie bTtirwn. J In on of thf'sp nl!')s cltistera at e rtur) of hi'ps wblrh have tioly atv I cuiuulat'.wi during a biiii.irt l yi-ara and more. Co4 LoiiRt tbey arp, welt btiWl nx'.i nrizf, f.)U"l with every ron vniince ami -onifort. aud BurroimJ P1 with trins Rardi ns, stiadt-i drives ami ibM-p fru'itfHl oroliards. It look liko a little parajiito In nmmer. The I lacp would b giiitab! for a frrpai cbatli6bl or educational Institution, a PiinliuritiTTi or minttnT U'nrdcr en tori risp. There are tnaay rirh farms la the sr:at 'state. In tbn bauds of thoe who Iiiipw bow to n:ar.nKe it th would form a holdis o...

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. — 31 January 1907

The Tribune. ii ii. 1. 1 1 1 ki.hv, Nanmic K. 1Ikki:hy, Lditors iiii'l I'iiIiIIhIkth. Subscription price ?1.00 peryenr. Filtered nt t lie ltlch lliil poet-1 Otlllt' II H WCOtld C'lllHH UillltlT. JtAten C'Minty Kepuhllcsn Cen tral Coruniltte M''liigr. The Bates County Republican! Central Committee is hereby J called to meet at the Court House j in Butler, Saturday, Feb. 2, 1907 j at 1 p. hi. for the purpose of arranging the date of the county convention to nominate a Repub lican candidate for the office of County Superintendent of the public schools and for transac tion of such other business as may properly come before the ; meeting. All members of the committee are urged to be pres ent., A. E, Lyle, Chm. G. A. Dulamatek, Sec. it that $ 175,000 the United States paid into the Treasury of; the State in the common school fund to be loaned to the farmers of the State as the county school fund is loaned. Then it will bring in a revenue to that fund and thus save the federal and confeder...

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. — 31 January 1907

rTTTTfTTTTTTTYTtYTTYTTTTJT I Clearing Sole! On Millinery. t See our bargains 4 in hats -worth up Money ro Loan. I havt few thousand dollars :to loaa on easy terma on good (arm property. II. P. Robinson. Largest line of exclusive ladies' tr s An E for 50o each. J These goods must 3 t move. 3 t t t goods in the coun- 3 3 ty. Wo are mak- 3 E ing space for our 3 new and stylish 3 line of ladies' goods soon to be tput in stock. E t S. L AMES, BZR. PIIOXE NO. u6. Seymour Williamson spent Sunday in Nevada, Jack Coyne has returned 'from a visit to friend-i in Kansas. Mrs. J. N. Barrows is visiting friends and relatives in Nevada. We will give you the Tkibcne and the New Idea magazine one year for $1.00. J. II. Williams came up from Pittsburg, Kas., and spent Sun day with Lis family. - The Republican County Cen tral Committee will meet at But ler next Saturday, Feb. 2. Col. Harvo Johnson of Butler, was in the city last week visiting his mother and other friends. Miss Clara Weeks, daughter of...

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. — 31 January 1907

rrr UUAkJi - Ui.' MAY-CARE By HARRIS DICKSON -. Author of "The I?1 Wotr Freed Etc u nr,.ut,nta,ii D. Arriooo c. CHAPTER XVIII. Continued. Anita looked up at him steadily, her lips half parted, but dumb and ex pressionless as If she had not heard. "There- another thing I wanted joj to know," he blurted out, desper-att-iy afraid that his courage might fail him before he told it all. "When thry arrested m this morning 1 knew nothing about Mrs. Ashton, and thought, of course. It was on this charge from Vleksburg. I made up my mind nt cnee not to talk until you went home it might drag your name through the newspapers. They would be saying that I came down here to see you, coupling your name with that of a fugitive from Justice, and I could not endure that. "I was standing in front of Pedro's rafM that night when you and Alice and Mrs. Ashton got out of the cab; I saw you go Into the hotel. After that I "walked the street all night. That's how I happened to eec the am bulance but thought ...

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. — 31 January 1907

c: iV s 1 MAYOR OF GUNDURY Says l'runa Is a Good Medicine. Hon. C. ltrooks. Mayor of Bun bury, nhlo, alno Attorney for Farm rn' Hank and Himliuiy luUdiug and Ioan Co., writes: "I Imve the utmost confidence la the virtue of Peruna. It la a crr.at medicine. I have lined It and I have known iiutiiy nf my friends who have obtained beneficial results from Its ii'i" cannot praiht 'eruita too T!EJtK am a hort of petty allmcntf which are the direct result of th weather. Tli!i is wore true of the ricesslv heat of summer and the intense culd cf winter. Imt is iir.rtly true of all seasons of the year. Whether it be a cold or a eourh, catarrh of the head or U I complaint whether the liver be affected or th kidneys, the cause U very liable, tc bo the same. The weather isllshtly deranpes th mucous membrane of the organs ani the result, is tom functional disease Peru n a baa become m itandbr it thousand ot ho met tor minor alt meat ot thlt tort. Aik Your Drungi.it for Free Pcrunt Aim me for 1907. ...

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. — 31 January 1907

1 1f. f i i r I III - ' cjWVvv i, 'TV u n -. t ) u i i tt: if, .n J J I i .... J 1 , i t- fel.VJ--- Closed Hands. f r t. ,.f ..'1 - '. "! ' v i-' f-i'C ( fUpponila U. C Patent Ottice WASHINGTON D. C. Tkm . rCn II tnttraal htTfc Stat, i h.n t av nhtf th.la. We have quite a lot of blank Affidavits, Oil and Gas leases, Farm leases, Oith of OlTjce, State ments of election expenses that we w ill st II to those needing same, as low ss can be gotten any where. Wt-CaH'e Mataalaa'Th. ! P-MAiaa! Uk'. J '. r.r,..,lcr.rt.tat-U it Sara 1 rr-, j-.rih Haay. -) - rwn; cnW" twwt ""i11 t a A4rua 1 H ft MCC-AL.lv tU, IMV IM WI c.,k .mi,t Swat era. hie k!q or air Rims, Uiveii Atvny to Hoys Free for Oetllnjj Clubs of 8ubcrlp tlous lor the Weekly Journal. Any boy who will secure io ne-y subscriptions for the Kansas City Weekly Journal at 35 cents a year each, malting a total of 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 o...

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. — 7 February 1907

,r 'i i RICH 1DL1 LL ill A Voltjmi: IT RICH UILU If USOUUI, TlIUIiSDAY, rCIUlOAUY 7, 1&07. TMBTO12 Ki:L KSTATK TItAN.HFKIW Al Swan to II L Danied 20 a sec 2 West Point', 'flOO. .r JohnC Hayes to M R Powes r tl I if part blk IU walievs aa uuuer, i riper Hide llosci lm. FLNSION DECISIONS Of p.. run m ! ilm Infer) i for Boys and Girls. g Heavy Double Knee, Heel, g: P and Toe. Wo better on the t :S market for warmth, wear j 0 1 and durability. If you are , wanting anything in that ;j line call and see us before i . . buying. I PRICES RIGHT AT ;: ELNtOlCIS :i 5; Park Av. Kirh Hill, vu i S i:,-t 6tli n.t 7t!i i (; ).i . .? Vlim direct M ' I l.ureb Preic SuiuL'.y fa Ju l. tin..' at t:i.- couieu cacn u 1 1 a. in. and 7:;.i p. m. . hooi at ': W' a. Hi- ) p. in. ...; p. m i'oursa.i, J amor ague at -Epworih weague at 1 Til, i . lti . 'H eveau.g i't . "Iliopubic arc cordially invit ed Ul alien. I. A M Ryan, Pust.ur. li tr.ibyt jri4.i ' I'di. Sai.il-.J IOOi 9: ( S m- Pie.MiH ul 1 1 a. m Juni...

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. — 7 February 1907

The tribune men hilu - ' - Mispot ni Japan baa dee-idcd (hat Togo Is not 4o fy rs fur on California. The sea serpe-nt has been seen off Sweden by lierr Ankarkronn, It was probably a re.'loctiou of Sits name on tho water. Clnderolia, it appears, was a real person, a fact which offsets In some measure the prevalent suspicion against Santa Claus. The chauffeur now appears to hold the inside track In the matrimonial i ace, where once the coachman was counted an easy winner. Hark Twain gays that the American people desire a monarchy, but then It .Is Impossible to tell when Mark Twain 6hould be taken seriously. It appears that some persons believe that the czar of Russia has not yet troubles enough, and bo they aro ac cusing him of writing pwtry. Once in a while it is the man that Js unreasonable. Here is one suing Ms wife for divorce because she did not die, as she said she would. ' Paris is said to be startled by the proposal of Sarah Bernhardt to play Mephlstopheles, and yet she has be...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 7 February 1907

WRITTEN BY ABRAHAM LINCOLN Happenings in Missouri. j JMl. A' Ol G&TltfmA, rjv it?f; cJi(,i!''v,'Wr;.;.'.' The hctr zinj $c tftxtnicJcrcpiVjls'' To eJf t-ieir vJov3 Y'crc iJrV axo-Jnd. ATI A tarn in f c.rV No svW &y shied rau'cCo b&cV-Jobed, A Cried BriJ.'nJ EuCnp'iw'd (fe bodcVi'cy pay, JX J Th'fV stolefdo V ' t jjcy itfeczel An clJ incj vorr cut if a tcu&re . cojli be. A V" Te tvrfge (hey bordered WitJ cib-ipfy gwJnd-pir;eT. if victejor ea.cb crfcaJTJre a. gay v'txlepfipe. r TcJa.re ra,d eJip'J mrrrL tfc Jc&tictrj-raLil; $ The ad a. hsarrrTO I e cctfcZ:t baX; The cvtlC-Wipd flayed JWjpart,- Weai;e coiflJ. bufv'fr, t!vy Were irjihd.W)jLf d vjJ L!rtx?? A Th ix&r Wort & blot cjj tJ)et evdtf A! Wear it Jy: sltvJ The JJj 1be tear a.nd WiyodcJcWrcfeJcv'e-rrf efccrr 0 9 3 (5 7 D C? 1 ppiTTI.E GEOROTF. wan(vl to P31 ( jsortii' one a vftli-ntino. nj hrn v Ma tinub' !" ?iik;i 'm1 that h might rRll on to M ft!r ij it'.r-t !h uc.r !.n with ecthiisl.-.stn. She wnt wi...

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. — 7 February 1907

The Tribune. . i !.(. r. Jlt lKKPY, Nan MS It. llrmr.BY, Editor and PubltHhcra. NnbHorlptlon price f 1.C0 peryear. Entered nt tho Kletl Hill pcwt ollicc an Bocond class matter. Ceil for Kcpufc'ltsi Cci'sty Cc: ventloa. cation. TL(i St. Louis Republic ol Mandaytaidt "Toe U?imt Army ol the Re public it the influence which ha obtained suceets lor this bill. Practically no other interest Save been heard on the measure either in the Senate, where the bill original ted, or in the House. Senator McCumber, 'of North Dakota, chairman of the Senate Committee on Pensions, bai.tnc credit tor originating the biltt tic brought it before the Senate on Jan. tt and it wai passed after less than one hour of debate. The discussion diJ not touch it. The Republicans of Bates coun ty will hold a deiegato convention at the Court House ia Butler, ny drree wpon the advisability of Mo., Tuesday, February 26, 190(, eervice . pension, - but only upon at 1 :X) o'clock p. m., for the pur-1 iae amount it would co...

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. — 7 February 1907

VTTVTTTTTT TTTTTTTTT TYTTYTV I Clearing Sale! i On Millinery. t Sco our bargains 3 P in'hats worth up to $2.50, k for 60c each. These goods must 3 move. Money to Ian. 3 Largest lino of exclusive ladies' goods in the coun- 3 1 E ty. We are mak- : ing space for our 3 new and stylish 3 line of ladies' 3 goods soon to be j put in stock. I bate 11 few thousand dollars to loan 00 easy terms on good farm property. II. P. Robinson. Head tho Tiuut'NE. $1.00. We will uivo you the Tuiuune and the New Idea magazine ono year for 51.00. Jc"l) Mnurtr, Sr., is teponrd cck Miih L."Grippe at hi lume on East Wa nut St MISSION MUNCH. . Mr. Wni. Youard, of the wa ter works station, has been quite seriously sick the past week. . Rev. Guv Z. Moore and little 5 son Lyman, of Golden City, vis- 'ited Mr. J. D. -Moore Tuesday. Mr. Ed Phillips and children left fuesdsy night tor a vi-it to hi r mother, Mr. A. H. Dal.', t Fl. vVotth, Tex. Mrs. Sadie Rockwell, of D!l, l"rx., is in the city, the guest of her pare...

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. — 7 February 1907

SRI V DUKE OF DEVIL HAY-CARE Dy HARRIS DICKSON Author of Th B'ack Woifi Brwd," EU. V (CopTTIittt, 1, bj D. Apptotoa A Cj CHAPTER XIX. Continued. All through the dinner pretty little Miss Derosset at the lar end of the table could scarcely take her ejti away from Mm for fear she might miss PoniethlnK that he said. , . . 1 While old Ben was clearing away the salad plates something reminded Puke, and he began to tell a' very in teresting story of the Argentine revo lutions the story of an American hardware drummer and a fussy gov ernment official, burdened with re sponsibility and gold lace. Pretty Miss Deroeset faced him. scarcely breathing. It was so romantic. In the midst of fcls story tfn door hell rang, lie dropped his fork with a clatter; bis voice wavered, and stopped. Involuntarily he looked over his shoulder into the Call. Anita caught her breath In one quirk gasp and pushed back her i chair. j "Never mind, dear," said Mrs. Chau dron; "Celeste will go." The color went and came...

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. — 7 February 1907

PRAYED FOR NEWS SUPPLICATION OK REPORTER ANSWERED. Remarkable Incident That Started Humble Newtpaper Man on Road to Fame Told of Prince Coneort'e Death. AILING WOMEN. ep the Kldneye Well and the peye Will Keep You Well. Kid- Ncwei.nier "seno'is" are, usually, of little account In the Journalistic world of Kncland. let !t aa a scoop and a most remarkable, one which gave Thomas Catling, the veteran liondon -dl!ir. his first step up the ladder. Mr. Catling, after half a century of work oti Lloyd's Weekly London News, has rvdlened and left active journalism on the first, of ttie year. He was succeeded by Robert Donald, inarutlnR edlur of tl' Daily (.'uronl ck'. Mr. Catling's memo-aM "scoop" was no less than the announcement of the death of the prince consort, Quoen Victoria' husband. It occurred on a Saturday evening. Just 43 years aso. Tho prince consort was ill, hut Ida death was not exected. There were no reporter at Windsor castle exeeut Ihk CutlliiR. loiii;las Jerrold was then edit...

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. — 7 February 1907

V. r f.-'ur . ,t ; oi.iHiu I', g, nnft Fort 1 en f" v : i! is ri H 'l r I t ' io i t iii wmiin H iTiii;ity 7 free Uvl MIL I ! Opposite U. S. Patent Office" W A o n I N Ci TO N D. U. We hnve quite a lot of blank AfTiIavit, Oil and Gas leases, Farm leases, Oiih of Ollice, State ments of election expenses Mat t will sell to those needing same, al low hs can be potten any where. THE KING Of A18 R1HES, Given Away to Boys Free for Getting Clubs of Mibcrlp tlouslortlie Weekly Journal. Any boy who will secure 10 new subscriptions for the Kansas City Weekly Journal at 35 cents a year each, makinjr a total of a.53, 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 cf this Air Rifle 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 3...

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. — 14 February 1907

r i I - ,Lm w ml i ijl VOLUME 17 RICH HILL MISSOURI, TIIIT" AY, FEBRUARY i, 1907. 10. :4 V-V 'viVK V-V 'V' 'iv s V.V . , i'JviV." V. ) ' k rue. r4444-a LOCAL MILKS. ms;o diusions GOOD 11 n 6 lljr the Altfttt Hocretary of 'JHI i T7 ., ..... , ., r f I . to ft) r.i e 0 P ft! Deer Hide Hose I lor Boys and Girls. Heavy Double Knee, Heel, and Toe. No t)ttrr on the ( s . I mantel ior wirmia, wear 9. vot- ( .-4 ..Vi:(, f ...... ... ?! uu uti flvu.t.1. 4.i jrvu iv wanting anything In that line call and tee us before g buying. PRICES RIGHT AT BIMDICIS. rrk Arr. Kith M!H. Mo IU-t. Bin nml 7th. Waltiul Htrrrt 31. F.. Church. Preaching at this church each Sunday at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Junior League at 2:30 p. m. Epworth League at 6:30 p. m Prayer meeting on Thursday evening at 7:30. The public are cordially invit ed to attend. A. E. Ryan. Pastor. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Preaching t 1 1 a. m Junior Endeavor 3 pm. CuriMian End.avor 6:3-1 p. m. Prrachtng a! p ! Ft...

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. — 14 February 1907

THE TRIBUNE NANMK H. HI i RICH llll.U Missouri Telephone and Competition. Every community Hrh has a tele phone service Is likely to be con fronted by the question of Evnutina a franchise to a rival company. Each case mart bo decided by the govern lug circumstances, but every case will eliiiv the peculiarity of Jbe telephns problem. The telephone is a natural monopoly, for it 1 to the advantage of every subscriber tbal ntl u&ers of eli phones should tie 0:1 t"u ..;,ie sys tem with hlin. More tban one system means that a subscriber must hare inoro tlir.n nne insi rnineTit. or be out of communication with part cif the world of telephone-users. Tt ia diffi cult, bowt-vcr. to adjust hnnaa nature to Ideal mechanical condition. Estab lished eompanira. without rivals, lack 'he motive of competition to Veep rates down and service pixid. There fore some communities have w e loomed new companies which promised better and cheaper fcrvice. " Pual ys!em. like labor strikes, arc? on their face...

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. — 14 February 1907

V 1 SEI1SAT1011AL TRIAL OF HARRY. TilflW Synopsis of Proceedings in the Celebrated Madison Square Murder Case in New York. Wife of the Prisoner Tells a Startling Story of the Brutishness and Perfidy of Standford White, the Dead Architect Another Witness Tells of White's Threats Against Thaw. N w York, Feb. 6. The caso of tlii people arfcnt Harry K. Thaw, charted itn the ir.unk'r or Stanford Whit . was presented to th Jury Mon day !n loss than two hours, and !ctv!ay afternoon Attorney John V.. HARRY KENDALL THAW. (On Trial for the Slaying of Architect Standford White.) re?s for Uieasou made the opening tb defease. In which be declared un equivocally tat the defense would rely upon toe claim that Thaw when the murder was committed, was lrrespon alble because ho was a victim of emo tional ir.sPity. New York. Feb. C The defense of Harry K. Thaw, charged ltn th murder of Stanford White, was begun Tuesday when Dr. C. C. Wiley, an alienist from Pittsburs took tho aland and testified that i...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 14 February 1907

The Tribune. ;r:o. P. HrrKHiv, NANMB R. HfCKKBVi Editors and rufol!nhero. Just after returning from tho1 nation. The hot months vert? musical exercises of tho Ilumo. the favorite season for lynching ;; hand last Monday night. Editor . bees, ten of the.se interesting I! Moore, of the Telephone sat. events occuring in Kubwrtpttria rrloe Il.tW per jfnr. down to read awhile before retir ing, ond while pitting with his eft foot across his right knee. I'ntorrd nt tho lMch II1U pout cfl'.ee wcond class matter. U t:r n?p2t:ic53 Ccssty Cca Tho Republicans of Bates coun ty will hold a delegate convention at the Court House ia Butler, Mo., Tuesday, February 2G, 1907, at 1:30 o'clock p. m., for the pur pose of nominating a candidate for County Superintendent uf Schools. Township conventions will be held in tho various townships on Saturday, Feb. 23, 1007, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing delegates to said county convention. The various town bliips will be allowed the follow ing n...

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. — 14 February 1907

t t I Honey 'o Loan. THE Very Best Goods AT THE E Very Lowest Prices IS OUR MOTTO. Mrs. V. B. Hickey will go over to Chanute. Kas.. today, for a 3 j thousand flouui hort xWit wilh h,.r rarcnts. to loan oo eaiy terms on good Capt j M StephcnHOni of the I arm property. II. P. Robinson, Ilcad tho TlUBUNE. $1.00. 1 House help wanted; also farm (hand. See O. Spencek, Rich grippe. Carbon Center neighborhood, was ia tho city Tuesday. Miss Myra Fry, a. teacher in the east side school, was off duty last week with a severe case of If goods are not as rep resented, corrections cheerfully made. Kew White Goods. New Table Linens. New aists. Long Silk Gloves'. -4 3 4 Finest line of Ladies' and Childrens Shoes in town. d UlU j Win. Hern, postmaster at We will give you the Tribune Hume, was in the city Tuesday, and the New Idea magazine one year for $1.00. Miss Ilattie llatchcr, having closed her school term up near Adrian, has returned home, Geo. W. Poulter was in the city ; Saturday and reports '...

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