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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 14 February 1907

M ! "x ' i ' - 1 kpn.gan.jk, JlfPherporvl KlMiXible lEature br!d Figure irr'IFIinance iasiVeri . i&ltar for Eeveml Dtarj Skat Nw York Vhat that cor.sei les cl i financial interest which .;s usually spx'ken of a "Walt street" ha been liking forward to anxiously and with much speculation for several year has iictually com to. pass la the 'iIoni;e of Morgan." Tbe 'OIJ Man." as J. TJerpont Morgan is gncra!ly called in " the street," has to alt in touts and purposes cone Into retire ment, and ia his place in the tnott famous banking house la America there reiirns In bis stead J. P. Morgan. Jr., or .'Jack.- as he ia nioro frequent ly called and siken of in the Fame district. No one can cry. 'The king Is dead! Lopr l!ve the kinsV for the bead of the house is very much alive. Onlv he baa banded over the practical ti'JminiMration of bi3 banking enn--ert! to his son, while in his uiasnifl iTDt r.tw library on Kast Thirty-sixth rtreet he U spending the evening of his dnys in the pleasures ...

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. — 14 February 1907

I IliSSOURI STATE Mi l f Old Miesourl Mnoit Dead. J'xi:h 13. Kelr, rortiiiUy died fit the hiiio of IiU dt.uiditer lu Kan sas CltJ. Mr. Kesalw was S3 years old aud bad lived to Missouri C7 Xears. In that 1 m ha ai a piano mamifartutcr, a county Jud.e of Ciua coiiado county several terms and was pal master of tbe Masonic order la Hcriuon, five times. At the time of bis dcntl. he was the oldest Ma im In Missouri. He had been an hon orary member of Kansas City T mple lodpe 27 years. Mr. Kemilcr was: horn In Iladeu Iladen, C.cruirDy. in 1S14. There he learned V'iano making. After truing to Nfw Orleans In 1S:0 and Jatr to Philadelphia and Cincin nati, foe made some cf th first plan.- manufactured in Ameri ca, lie went to He.rnion, an early German netilenient la lSt'. In ISSm he went to Kansas City and had lived la retlremcai. ticre cnlil his death. Clock Signal Sa vice. Isaac I). Combs titH bi -n. James G. O. Comba. of Ash Grove, are trying to tatc-rent officials of the Frinco mil way In ...

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. — 14 February 1907

r f r - - - i r s t - : ; r c j - - j P. ! ; i , - ,i i t mm ; -i T. T.;;. n li-l t .IV li t l.rffl ..k, rUprcsit9 U. Li. t alent Ci.ica ? S WASHINGTON D. C , Wc bsve quite lot of blank ACiJ;ivii, Oil ami Gas ?ee, Farm leases, Oith of Oilicc, State ments ol election expense that we will fell to those needing; same, as low is can be gotten ny where. the kino cr aih nsrus. Given Away to Hoys Tree for ticttiu;; Clubs of (Subscrip tions lor the VPeeltly Journal. Any boy who will secure io new subscriptions for the Kansas City veekly Journal at 35 cents a rear ench. makin? a total of S2.50, and will send the names together with the money to The Kansas City Journal, will be giv en an Air Rif.e as a present. The name of this Air Rifle is the King and it is certainly the king of Air RiScs. It is made of polished steel, handsomely nickeled. Genuine black walnut stock, peep rear and Reeky Mountain front Bight Shoots EB shot or darts accurate ly with great force. Length 31 inches, weight 2 pou...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 21 February 1907

THE RICH H .ILILJUIU RICH HILL MISSOURI, THURSdAy, FEBRUARY r, 1907. VOLUME 17 f 8 GOOD Deer Hide llosef for Boys and Girls. ') (i: a & (i ? Heavy Double Knee, Heel, and Toe. No bett?r on the market for warmth, wear j, and durability. If you are j' wanting anything in that line call and see us before buying. lis PRICES RIGHT AT I Bf MDICIS Pi.rk t. lU-i in 1 i.l Tl! ill. '.).. . .-. .... ? .. . Ii Sunday Schco! a. rn. Preaching at 1 1 a. in. Junior Endtavor j p. n. Christian Fndeavcr 6:30 p. a Preachi-g -t ; 30 ;. -1. Pray 1 . i ev , - y at 1 :o o. m. I C. C. McGinnis, it is reported, has hoM his farm out near BpraguetoMr. G. G. Huffaker. N. S. Brown was in the city last Saturday, and reports every thing moving along about right in his vicinity. W. C. Hedden went to Nevada, last Saturday, to attend the 63rd birthday dinner of his uncle, James Hedden. Mrs. Geo. Carson, after a short visit to relatives in this city, re turned last Saturkay to her home in Kansas City. The Rich Hill...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 21 February 1907

THE TRIBUNE NA.NN1JSU. HU KKHV! E'"' nd 1 ul" men him Missorni Divorce at a Meant of Craca. Tliat Gorman i.liIUianphr? who con cludes hl estimate of American wo men with the observation that they are purer lhan Europe's women be cause of our ereater freedom of di vorce utters an assertion that will dopblloss shock many minds. Divorce la regarded by American sentiment as an evil, which it undoubtedly In most aspects Is. What does Dr. Fulda moan hy accounting divorce a moral agent? 'What lie means Is that in European countries a false value Is put upon enforced and arbitrary con tinuation o CLe marriage ilr.te when the marriage, vow has keen broken. When couples are kept together as the Marlboroughs ore now, for social or political reasons, when all true marriage relations have been cut off and the home is ruined, that docs not proteet the sanctity of the home as American antl-dlvorce sentiment seeks to protect it. The reaRon why divorced persons are under a ban in the Vnited States i...

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. — 21 February 1907

Happenings Wr Remarksbl Twin. Itecently In a little cemetery at Illytlti dtile, tliBl beats name, Col. Jiune M. Nevlil, 91 yciir o!l, was burled. H? was the second of tho blili'Kt twin In Amerlcii to die. Just two yenr hln brother, Colonel Henry O. Novlll, had been lild to rest In the turf covt-rtij mound ticstde the newly made, grave. From babyhood tho two had boen iiwcperable and thoy were remarkable In more ayi than In being twins. They were born In Parron county, Ky., June 25, 1815. They married sisters, Ilhoda and Lily Ann Brooks. In 1830 they moved to Harrison county, settling upon farms n"ar where Illythesdalo now stands. Both were farmers, but bad been re tired many years arro. During their lives tb j brothers followed each other In everything. Both served as judges of tho county court and bot'u served In the state legislature. Henry O. from to 1S30, nnd J.ime M. from 185S to 1S.10. and from 1V) to ISS:. On the bre.ikiiie out of th civil war, both went Into the service of th...

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. — 21 February 1907

0 The Tribune. ji:0. I. llU KKKY, Nanmr II. UrMcitnr, Ddltors find I'ublliiheni. Sn(rrlpt!on rrloe 1.00 poryenr. I'ntered nt the lllch Hill poat ofliee as second claw matter. Call for Republican Cosaty Convention. Circuit C'ourf Petition of Confederate. i thim Tennessee 1ms veteran- It has riot been many years apo Ko Alabama. (j-ire.ii inj A tfood deal of tho time last sinco Southern orators and poli- 1m,w bad a population or l,ori7,WO ' week was spent in the circuit ticians proudly boasted that tho( Alabama, M 1,000, nnd Tennessee .ourt arranpinn the docket, re Confederate veteran received no' 1,109,000. Today Georpia's pop- SC(tinj? cases, lilinj? motions nnd pension, and scorned to receive ulntion is somewhat m excess of the hearing of tiio parole cases money for having served his1 Tennessee's, nnd Tennessee's is In tho case of 8. 13. Colo v country as a matter of duty and patriotism. That sort of high sounding talk has been silenced- I.) ts v. r. Every Southern state pays pen si...

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. — 21 February 1907

rr TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT THE Very Best Goods AT THE E Very Lowest Trices IS OUR MOTTO. p If goods are not as rep resented, corrections cheerfully made. New White Goods. New Table Linens. New aists. Long Silk Gloves. Finest line of Ladies' and Childrens Shoes in town. r Ladies, trade with ladies just what and keep posted in who know you want r thoroughly style. S. L. AMES, BAZAAR. PHONE NO. n6. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 A -Ail--A-AaAA--.-AAA-A I f ' LOCAL BIIIKFS. w t.ft.....--fv Subscribe for The Trihune. . . . . ?miki tm iiit mw ii- win-, wur tclfpliotn" In No. W2. We will give you the Tkiucne 9i! McCaH's magazine one year ,,,,,, for $1.00, Geo. E. Iigrin, of Nevada, spent Sunday with his family in this titv. I)r. Slater's dental office will be closed hereafter on Monday and Tuesday. J. M. Hurst, the gunsmith, is reported dangerously ill at his home in this city. Il.s age Ia against him. j Postmaster Martin attended tho Banquet of V,.ung Kepubli- cans, at the Midland in Kansas , . . Cy last...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 21 February 1907

i i THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES Br MEREDITH NICHOLSON amhw ! TRt IM CRANCC." KloA BANIION." Etc CHAPTER I. The Will of John Marshall Glenarm. Pickering's letter bringing news of my grandfather's death found tne at Naples early In October. John Marshall Glenartn bad died in June, leaving a will which pave me his prop erty conditionally, rickcrlng wrote, and It was necessary for me to return Immediately to Qualify as legatee. It was by the merest luck that the letter came to my hands at all, for it had leen sent to Constantinople. In care or the consul-general Instead of my banker there, and it was not Picker ing's fault that the consul was a friend of mine who kept track of my wander ings and was able to hurry the execu tor's letter after me to Italy, where I had gone to meet an English finan cier who had, I was advised, unlimited money to spend on African railways. I am an engineer, a graduate of an American institution familiarly known as "The Tech." and as my funds were runnin...

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. — 21 February 1907

13 THERE ANYTHING OACK OF ITf ?firfT ff.mh'1 - e h pnV.f r ri . nam 1-mm. i. k m dm a a ,... (.t '.ory, , Ak jour ilnipgii-t. Bomo men blamw their wive very time it ralna. u One of the Important Duties of Physicians and Mn. V(nKtw'a Mililnff ffrvp. fn ril,o B lllill.r . I ft in., IM'i' 1V uis vycii-imormea 01 mc vvona KUROPATKIN'SWAR HISTORY The Commander-in-Chief Tells Why Russia Failed. Government Tried to Suppress the Work Mercile Crit.oam of Men and Measures. SPECIAL MESSAGE. Preiident Rooaevelt Urge Upon Corv greaa the Need of Legitlatlon Af fecting PublicLand. Situation. ft, IVleraburg. General Kuuro ljatkln's liifctuiy of tin- H usso Japan ese war which was cmif mealed hy the H'j-fi-aa a-overntuvnt. tins at lai-t In come acr- s.-il.k- il-.-suito the- most ta trvue orecauliones lo jirevent liiis ttallit.i; official indictment frotu reach ing t!:e i u. 11c. The woik Is r.niar Kut. lt.- (or Its historic value as Use cle.s Ing chanter .f the ar from the en of the coumiantli r in-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 21 February 1907

qui i prvt no j-M.-iitftt ulity . i r f' MomiwurtTBlpr HftPVO ' Opposite- U. S. Patent Office WASHINGTON D. C. We have quite a lot of blank Affidavits, Oil and Gas leases, Farm leases, 0th of Office, State ments of election expenses that we will sell to those needing same, as low h can be gotten any where. TKE KING Of AIR RIfLtS, Given Away to Boys Free for Getting Clubs of Babecrlp- tlons tor tli Weekly A Journal, Any boy who will secure 10 new subscriptions for the Kansas City Weekly Journal at a, cents a year each, making a total of 2jo, 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 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 t...

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. — 28 February 1907

THIS MOP! MIULL TRIBUHIKL VOLUME 17 IUCII BILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY a3, 1907. ?ro. j 5 S S GOOD j Deer Hide Hose I for 1 (V) P Coys and Girls. g Heavy Double Knee, Heel, $ and Toe No better on the w market for warmth, wear $) '5 ft and durability. If you are ft is wanting anything in that 0 line call and see us before f 1 buying' I s pmrrn pir.nT at ? ELMD.CTS. Si Park Ave. r.lh Hill. Vo. IVt. 6th End 7th. i 111 I'rPMbjrlrrlaii ( btircti. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. a Junior Endeavor 3 p. m. Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m. Preaching at 7 130 p. m. Prayer Meeting every Thursday at 7 530 p. m. W. B. Chancellor, Pastor. Walnut Street M. twCburcb. Preaching at this chnrch each Sunday at 11a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Junior League at 2:30 p. m. Ep worth League, at 6:30 p. m Prayer meeting on Thursday evening at 7:30. The public are cordially invit ed to attend. A. II Ryan, Pastor. Subscribo for The Tunics E. WC CHARGE NO FCC liallL 1K( CAai It 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. — 28 February 1907

I THEJTRIBUNE nrmt'ir . hi km:y, J mnA ,,, men IIILI, Missorui Yankee Aid to Luxurious Camping. The days are past when men from bvmes of luxury are willing to do what the ploueera of the went called "hitting the grit with a blanket and a rifle." While her and there will be found heroic, independent souls, ac customed to the beet things of the creature life, who do fairly revel In the ban? riwessities of the cruise, the Rreat majority cf the out door enthu siast of this day demand the latest luxuries. And the Yankee, as might be exacted, sajs James A. Crulk shank, in Kectvatlon, is well to the fore in providing novel Implements for the outdoor life. In the number of new Inventions, their wonderful utility and compactness and lightness, no na tion Is within hail of our own. This la not an Idle boast; It Is fully sup ported by the adoption of these new devices Into the regular equipment of the military troops of the loading na tions or the world. Than this no higher compliment could be...

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. — 28 February 1907

N I i Happenings Died In Ron Car. Thomas 1). Winnie, I, I yearn uij, ul oiio time a Lilly hnowu nut tloiieer In Ml mri and then a wealthy jnnn, was found dead In a freight nr til Kansas City recently. Me died of heart dlseaso caused by alcoholism. Woods had been employed i ln ft odd Jet in t lie Mock yard. He ai tiovtr married and In recent yvaia hal no settled place of resident, Twt t.ty years. !".; Woods was prob ably .vi)ith $150.ii.m. Ji? lived In Miv.-s-h .ill. He was a prailuate of (ho Kemper military academy In lh-onvllk1 r.nd Lr yam wgs cm tidcrel a Mieces-tful business man. On- sister lives la Hour,. on, Tex., arid ano'ber iu Marshall. Kansas City' Gasoline Record. There wire 10S fires In Kansas City lat year caused by the explo sions of ga.iollne mc.i's and the care less handling; of gasoline. Thora were !() motor car cxpioslo-n. In thew fires 26 persons were slightly burned, 10 severely- au.l fie fatally. t'hi-f ICiin.T of the fire depiutrrient has it ir.de a rejMirt of f...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 28 February 1907

The Tribune. i;:o. I'. JIitkmiv, iANMK K. IluKr.nv, i;iUir nml ruliHuhera. Nulwriptlon jirli-o $ 1.00 per yen r. Entered nt the Kieh Hill pot- o'lire ns second dnsn nmtter. What lias Providence got jurist Jefferson Citj? Besides being afflicted with the legisla ture she now has a plague, of small pox. la it possible there is a Mis sourian either native born, or an adopted son, who is so fearful he will become on an equality with a negro, that he must have a law to protect him againts such a dis aster while t raveling in a public state in electric cab or on steam car? Good Lord, have mercy on my such poor soul. The State supreme court, by a rejent decision, gives Henry cciaty judgment for 61,000 ag vinst the defunct Salmon Dank v.t Clinton. The bank held this money as a depository of the county, and gave bond for its safe keeping. It is believed the sureties will have to pay about 90 per cent of the amount, as it is estimated the assets of the bank will not exceed 10 per cent, of its...

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. — 28 February 1907

rT?TTTTTTTTTYTrVTrTTT7?TTf THE Very Best Goods AT THE Very Lowest Prices i IS OUR MOTTO. 3 If goods ere not as rep- 3 j resented, corrections cheerfully made. New White Goods. T?ev Table Linens. Kev aists. Long Silk Gloves. 3! 4 4 , 4 ' 4 31 4 ; - 4 4 4 Finest line of Ladies' Childrens Shoes in town. and 4 3 4 4 4 ladies Ladies, trade who know you want thoroughly with just what and keep posted in style. S. L AMES, PHONE NO. 116. 4 4 x 51 4 4 4 ' -4 4 l i x ' . AAA. A-A-AAA AAA kAAkX AAA -A 4 I LOCAL HRIKFS. g Subscribe for The Tiuucnk. Send um tin' new ti win'. Our tt'l'ihitw l N. We will give you theTnmCNl and Mi-Call's mngazino one year for $1.00. Major Brnd!.yv:is in the city Tuesday, looking alter business interests, Dr. Slaters dental oftico will be closed hereafter on Monday and Tuesday. ... , ,,. ... Mr. nnd Mr?.. I). W. Warren , , have- returned from a two weeks , , visit and busmen tnp to Kansas Citv Mr. and Mrs. J M. Helms left it arrives and get ready for sum-yest-erday f...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 28 February 1907

THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Amhar e! "Wr. CHANCE." ZTLfiA IMMlHliK." tit. K-lviiiDl litw tot ti.ii'o-l?jt'il La. CHAPTER I. Continued. I had no intention of Hliowiim hi:n to w that I was irritated. 1 drew but my ciyarette case and passed it across the table. "After you! They're made quite specially for rne In Madrid." "You forget that I never use tobacco la, env form." "You always did miss a good deal of the Joy of living," I observed, throwing my smoking match into his waste paper basket, to his obvious annoy ance. "Well. I'm the had boy of the story-books; but I'm really sorry my inheritance has a stiinpt tied to it. I'm about out of money.- I supine you wouldn't advance me a few thousands on ray expectation " "Not a cent," he declared, with quite J unnecessary vJsor; ar.d I lauched again, remember;!;:; that In my old appraisement of Mm ten ro;ity had not t-ecn represented In lanre fitn.res. i "It's not in keeping wi;h your grand father's, wishes that I t...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 28 February 1907

THE DOINGS OF CONGRESS Iterr.i of Interest From the Nation al Capital. Mere I.Tfortant Happenings In Sen ate and Houee During the Past Week. Reed fimoot Remaine. Washington. Senator Ittt Smoot retains tin seat In the t'nltcd State Sutiate. Tlila a decided Wednes day by a, vote of 42 to 2S. cudlnjr a long content. El(;liteu senators were) paired, making the actual staudliiK ou the resolution 51 for and 37 asalnst. Senator 8moot did nut vote .and Senator Wetniore was abseut and not paired. The Smoot resolution a called up Boon aftT the senate convened. Every Beat In tU naileries was filled and during the actual voting the standing room on the floor of the senate i crowded by member of the house and iTiipiuyes of the seriate. Seldom had there been a proceeding affect ing the standing of a senator thst has attracted kuc.1i marked attention, la the audience were representatives of a number of prominent women'a or ganizations which have been nctlve In circulating and having presented peti...

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. — 28 February 1907

f V ..)..,..;. 'V on Mill f. S '' I'Tfl'O ( r 1 1.-,. I IH III l! I(1 S'ts-r . j'i'-Mi ii ; lv. 1 -lc t r it I i.ari'5LrJ-MOtltSa 'Opposita U. S. Patent Oftice WASHINGTON D. -S3 5 i We have ciuite a lot of blank Affidavits, Oil and Gas leases, Farm lease-.. Oath of Oilice, State ments of election expenses that we will sell to those needing game, low as can be gotten any where. THE KING Of AIR RlflES, Giveu Away to Boys Free for Uettingr Clubs of Subscrip tions for tlie Weekly Journal. Any boy who will secure to new subscriptions for the Kansas City Weekly Journal at 35 cents a rear each, making a total of $3.50, and will send the names together with the money to The Kansas City Journal, will be giv en an Air Rifle ns a present. The name of 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. L...

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 March 1907

TIT) TTTTTTT jlLli iirvLJi1 VLyJjQL U1 iLd. . ll I ll , VOLUME 17 RICH HILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH , 1907. 70. 27 L ta I 1 1 ( ft I t i k MM W W I I LL ii VLILilJ) VU JLNJ . ii ! y 1 1 (PiJ-'V ftjT'?..t:'lr5ia'i!Vi8,AiiJiJ''iJiy)V We ire rneivifig NE.V GOODa IN Eoth Our MILLINERY AND NOTION Departments. If JOB art ranting anything ia these $ Hat call and ie us before boylnj. I PRICES RIGHT AT I EEMDICTS. I Park Are. lltoli HIM. Mo. Ik't. 6th nnd 7th. ff lit tre-abyterfan i.'imreh. Sunday School 9-45 a. m. Presckin j at 11 a. m. Junior EndexTor 3 p. m. Christian Endeavor 6 130 . m. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting erery Thursday at 7 30 p. m. W. B. Chancellor, Pastor. Wlaut Htrvft H. t-.t'lmrt-h Preaching at thin church each Sunday at 11 a, in. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Junior Leaguo at 2:30 p. m. Epworth League at 6:30 p. ra Prayer meeting on Thursday evening at 7:30. The public are cordially invit ed to attend. A. R-Ryan. Patr Subscribe for The Tribune. wt...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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