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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 7 March 1907

-1 THE TRIBUNE vrovr.F t h i k k v, i N A N M tt K. H I e K Ml V , F.d. sod rulw men 1111.1 - Missorm Hasten Slowly. It Is not well to bp too eager to t quite- wraith, especially when It cn tails long hours of work and constant anxiety. The other day ft rich mer chant cT Illinois, traveling In-England, wrote home to his Boa. who Is carrying on the tniHlneFs: "I tin a middle apod man," he said, "and I am just h arr.lng that It Is wisest to hasten slowly." In the anxiety to grow rich, he had made too much haste, and had suffered seriously in he-eilth and in Iho reasonable enjoy met of life. He Lad worked all day a nd nil night when occasion appeared to demand it; he l.d taken no count of days of rest, or any other time. It was work and scheme, scheme aad work, all (he time. He had at last awakened in bis eld age to the fact that he has made a great tuisi&Ve. No one depre cates work, cteady and persevering; for the young maa 13iat la, in nitny Instances, essential to any kind of su...

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. — 7 March 1907

NEARIi'IG TKE END The Cross cod Redirect Examina Hon of Mr. Thaw FInUbed After Five Daya. SOKE FORMS OF INSANITY Jro.n May Ak For Lunacy Commit- ion Howard Nesblt Expected to Testify In Oppoeitlon to Hi Sister' 6tatementa, New York, Feb. 17. Mrs. Evelyn Nesblt Thaw's long ordeal on the wit ness stand at the trial or her huisbaiid for the killing of Stanford White, ended Tuesday. Mr. Jerome finished tin cross examination which bad last ed through nearly five court days, at the morning session. The redirect end re cross examinations were brief. The completion of Mrs. Thaw'a en- mination followed the unsuccessful effort of the prosecution to draw from Abraham Hummel certain facts relating to the affidavit which Mrs. Tbaw is said to have made in Hum trnl'a law office. In this affidavit, tt Is declared there was an allegation that Thaw had beaten the pirl while abroad In 1903. when she told tlm NEW STUDY OF v-t!'-- if- - vx-x ft V rv if Sketched by a New York Artist, as Thaw Stood Next t...

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 March 1907

The Tribune (il (. 1". ll( CKIMIY, NaXMH K. II I ( hl'HYl Kilitorfl ninl riililihlicrs. UtiliHcrliitluu price f 1.00 irrycar. I'litcrcd nt tlio ltlch IU!l post otllet? ns wx-ontl clans nmttor. lAWCtN'CLViLMS. Tim Tiwu'jiK Is nuthorll lo an nounce the following candidate for i Sty ofliees, subject to the will of the jwople nl the priny election: Tor Muyor. JOHN K. MAKT1X. Tlie first pension blanks, under the new Pension Law, to arrive in tills city were sent to the G. A, 15. Post by Hon. D. A. DeArmond This is mentioned for the pur pose of giving due credit to our Kepresentative in Congress for , his prompness and thoughtful ness in this matter. His action is duly appreciated by tbe mem bers of the Post. 1'LKASAIST GAP. As wo rend so much news from all parts of the country wo are going to let them know how we aro and what we are doing. Tho Mi9Bes Chra and Ilon Fox were trading with PleaRant Gap merchants Friday. The social hop at August Fisch ers last Tuesday night, was well attended...

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 March 1907

r T TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTV THE Very Best Goods AT THE E Very Lowest Prices 3 IS OUR MOTTO. We have just returned from 2 the city where we purchas- q ed a fine line of spring goods for our store. New White Goods. New Table Linens. New aists. Long Silk Gloves. Finest line of Ladies Childress Shoes in town. and t t t Ladies, trade who know you want thoroughly with ladies just what and keep posted in style. S. L AMES, BAZAAR. PnONE NO. 1x6. Money o Loan. A A AAiAAAAAA Alia AAAA f LOCAL BRIEFS, jS Subscribe for Tue Tribune. Send us the news b lrf. Oar telephone U No. fi2. Jos. Stover and wife have Rone visiting awny down in Indian Territory. I bare a few thousand dollars to loan on easy terms on good farm property. II. P. Robinson. Read the Tribune, f 1.00. Miss Harriet Cole returned j Monday noon, from Kansas City. W.W.Barrow Isold enough to be benefitted by the new pen sion law. I Miss Ida Crabb left Sunday for Kansas Citr, on a business mission for the Bazaar. I Miss Hattie Stapleto...

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. — 7 March 1907

THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES rr MEREDITH NICHOLSON Anhw i inr. wn camr." mo I) 4 HI SOI." tic. loprngn. tM Sy iktja-lart ... v CHAPTER 11. A Face at Sherry's. Wo fchoolt bands slimy and I loft lilm. going down In an elevator lillod with csger-ejod, flexions men. I, at least, had no cares of business. It inado no difference to me whether the marl-.et rose or fell. Something of the spirit or adventure that had been my onne quickened In my heart as 1 walked through crowded Hruadwayd. past TriDity church to a bank and drew the balance remainiug on my letter of credit. I received In currency slightly Joss than $1,000. As I turned from the teller's window I rati into the arms of the last man in the world I expected to see. This, let It be remembered. was in October of the year of our Lord, nine teen hundred and one. "Ooj't mention my name an thou lovest nil'!" Raid Lanranoo IVnoan, aud he drew nie aside, ignored riy band and otherwise threw iuto our m-oti:ig a casual quality that was f...

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 March 1907

?9f ftf99Mf I WHAT WESTERN CANADA DOES. Satisfactory Yields of Wheat and Good Price. : MISSOURI STATE SEWS s Judge W of ford Dead. Judee John W .Wofford if t tie crlm liml ruiirf, died lit Kbukus City irv nt- Ij lit !),. age Of (''J. lU Blhliclit tomati trouble. Ho hud been iif flirt ed Tlth It for a dozen yen. 1'or lx Jiionths he had ttuffered greatly from it and while he often inhlnkd on Kitting as Judge il was apparent to Lis friends tliHt he was 111 and should bave been at home.. He would not ad mit that hi; was pick and when asked, stiout it wot;'.d declare thnt be f-It well or at least wa merely undergo ing a if ni;Krary spell of indigestion. John W. Voff.)td was born In Haber sham county, Ga.. August 14, 1S:!7. He was of Scotch-Irish parentage. At the boiJnnlng cf the war he wax married to MIwi'c ornella Trcscol, of Charles ton, -S. C. He. enrolled with rhillips 1-egion, composed of Infantry and car airy, and which was afterward disbanded- Ho remained with the caval ry and wj...

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 March 1907

1 1 -.i.i in. it, k i ii it i J ( ( I vmif-n frt t tV'r i I ' i ft f J; v. j Opposite U. t. 'stentOuic ) WASHINGTON D. C We have quite a lot of blank Affidavits, Oil ond Ga$ leases, F?rm leases Oath of Oilice, State ments ot election expenses that we will sell to those needing same, at low i.s can be gotten any where. LOUUI2 DIUECTOIIY. Illcli Hill Lodge No. 470, A F & A M., meets 21 ami 4 th Monday nights. AHTt Wick, W.M.; B. Dirk, Sec, Kith Hill Lodjre Xo. 412, I O O F meets every Friday night at Odd Fellows Hall. T Kelso, N G; L F Caldwell, JScc'y. lUch Hill Lodge Xo. 2S9, K. of I, meets every Tuesday night. -Ed Mc carty, Jr., C. C; John Connelly. K. of It aud .S. Osaice Lodge Xo. 18, K of I meet each Monday night. Truman Kel-t-o, 0 C; J ISelhnau, K of K and S. j Itieh Hill Catup Xo. 1311. M W A. meets every Thursday night. W W Ferguson, C; J K Martin, Clerk. Victoria Camp No4SS,Royal Neigh bors ot America; uiaets d and 4th Monday nignts In K P (280) Hall. Mrs Millie Hickey, ...

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 March 1907

i r ;ljt irj . o tt ur tuttttt tt rrnTU) it Turn mTTi? 1L Jlii-jLlZ 11 UJLVLJLU. iliLiLiLdlU JLL ii VUUU) VU JJnI JHAo VOLUME 17 RICH 1IILL MISSOURI", THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1907. rro. a? J. K. DeJarnett has sold off all Wo will give you the Tkiucnk his personal property and his and McCaU'a magazine one year farm and will make ono more ef- for $1.00. THE PANAMA CANAL fort to become reconciled to a home in the far west. His Dem ocratic friends here have never give him an office but we'll ven ture his Republican friends out there will elect him sheriff of the county in less than six years. We will give you the Tribune and the New Idea magazine one1 year for $1.00. i lrirre Imported by ft Mam On t!i Ground. , Prompt Pajnnnt I To 8nbcrlbTS la Arrears If nu are i" arrears to the Tri tc'SE pirate call ind pay up. A number of reader are behind f Time flies and so docs the dirt in the Culebra cut. Last month was the banner month- The output for last month was &0v T"i0 cubic yards. This gre...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 14 March 1907

THE TRIBUNE OKOIMK HI KHIY, ) t,, . K A.V.MtC R Si 11 kMlV, lA- 1 men hilu MISPOCRI A Taris doctor "has Invented serum that will stop gambling." Itridge whist cures guaranteed. If tho women keep ll up sonio of the men will begin to suspect after a. while that thpy want to vote. Along with the revival of old fash ioned nightcaps It might lie well to renew the early-to-bed habit. Will the new Fix-wheeled antomo W!e run over 50 per rent, more peo ple than the four-whee; I kind? There seems to be a widespread tendency to allow somebody else to make the dirt By at Panama. Some of the people who think the naval display at Jamestown will be too warlike are uttering belligerent protests. t Of course we want tit communicate with Mais If W'shible. Tha Martians re great canal builders and,, we need their advice. Kaiser Wilhelm is going to visit Alfonso, perhaps for the purpose of telling that young mau bo to make a hit in politics. The rich are getting theirs at lat J. Pierpont .Morgan's dogs ...

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 March 1907

fx V AODEST WAR STORY. Declared to b That of th Returning told'tr Killed by Hn Father. "The saddest war story that ever occurred has never been fully told far as I know," said a ninn who fol lowed Leo to the aurrender at Appom attox. "I believe that M-s. Client nut in brr 'Mlary from Dlxltt' made a brief mention of the Incident. "1 lad forgotten It until I read the book. Thru It cane hack to me as I heard It from one who was at the funeral. The man who told It died 20 far ami. ' The soldier had enlisted In Georgia, from his home, where his father re mained undisturbed during the strug gle. The young man had fought throueh the war without a scratch lte a slight wound which had left him slightly deaf. This Affliction he had never referred In any of hla le'iers. "'A"f"Wth surrender he commnnl catewl with hlB father saying ho would reach home on or about a certain date. Travel, then, was uncertain, and bo waa nor. positive aa to when be would an tve. - "His father prepared to receive hi...

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. — 14 March 1907

The Tribune ;i:. r. iii i ki.HY. Nasmk It. lit KKIlY, I alitor nnd I'ubllMhora SuhHiTliitinn price f 1.00 per year. Lnt'To.l nt the lllrh 1 1 111 poat o 11 Ice n second cIiikb mutter. Republican Tickets. Tor County Supt. Public Kchoola, C. Arthur Chambers. OSAGE TOWNSHIP TICKET. Trustee, H. P. Kobinsou, Jr. Constable, K. Wbeelbarger. Assessor, ieo. S. Ptulth. Collector, W. T. Duvall. Justice, of tbe Peuce S. 1.. Colo, U. S. i. Pro well, M. K Fry. The first two are to be M embers o Townnhlp Board. AWOL'NCEMENTS. The Tkiuvse Is authorised to an nounce the following candidates for city oflices, subject to the will of the peorilo at the spring election: For Mayor, JOHN K. MANTIS'. Alderman, SonJIi Ward, (.'HAS. T. VAN DCNTHrSKN. School Director, U. 8. U. Prowell. The Tribune endorses the act the of the legislature in appro priating $100,000 to erect monu ments and markers on the Vicks burg battle field to the memory of Missouri's troop's on both sides in that struggle of '61-1j5. It is ...

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 March 1907

rVMim f ITMTftTTTTTTTIV PI ill 1 a 111! Come To-day. t On Thursday, Friday, r i of this week, we will haya r on display one of the very F finest lines of MILLINERY C trtr brought to this city. Be sure you set it at it's best. Come'earfy. Money o Loan Our shelres are loaded withnew foods in 3 all other lines also. e htTt purchased largely for 2 your benefit this season. Come and take adrantage 3 of the many bargains we hare for you. S. L. AMES, BAZAAR. THOSE WO. 116. Subscribe for The Tiubcne. I have a few thousand dollars to loan on easy terms on good farm property. II. P. Robinson. Read the Tribune. $1.00. Subscribe for The Tribune. Mr. Jas. B;ulpy and wife were in the city Monday, shopping, Mr. Lester Poulter was in the city last Saturday, and reports the sale of his father's personal property as bringing fairly good prices. Miss Bertha Bowers lectured at the Walnut St. Sunday nicht to a large and appreciative audi jence. The house was well filled (and all who heard her well pleas...

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. — 14 March 1907

THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES Br MEREDITH NICHOLSON Aaik t "rne mm came." r.n BAKESrtfN." tit. lirlut lm tor I9M-Unnil i'v pv CHAPTER II. Continued. "The bits chap In the lead is my friend PIckPriaK," I answered, and Iarry turned his held slichtly. "Ves. I suppone-I yon weren't loek ins at the women." ho observed dryly. "I'm 6orry I couldn't see the object of your interest. Hah! these men!" I laughed carelessly enough, but I wai already aiimmoninK from my iiiosiory the grave face of. the plrl in buck. her mournful eyes, the glint of cold in her hair. Ilckering was cer tainly finding the pleasant places In this vale of tears, and I felt my heart hot against him. It hurts, this seeing a man you have never' liked succeed in where you have failed! "Why didn't you preaen? me? I'd like to make the acquaintance of a fvw representative Americana. I may .need them to go ball for me." ' Pickerius didn't see me. , for one thing: and for another he Wouldn't co bail for you or mo If he did". ,...

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 March 1907

MISSOURI LEGISLATURE. Condensed Iter Regardlij the Hap psnlngs at Jefferson ' C .y C jrirg the Wtik. Thr hotue TiiCKiliiy i ntui ths. w ri al innxImiiM freU:!it iMp 1,111 linlot m ij liy Cluvrnior Klk mid Aifonwy Cwti- rl HutUcy. '1 lie bill 1.4 Intended m H'jiii-ily defect In lb law fna'-fel two f-;ir ko. Tim pi-nat TiK-Fclay im'seil a Mil rlvtna. tho rtli-- of the stale Ihe rlslit to fix th rati charged by public utilities Riuiitt'd by frani'll1 Thf anti lobby bill a a f'fial or der f.r (taiitiagc in tli Tu-f J.iy !!iu':nlr.(? but tin-re ft only 18 of the 34 neiiators present an J ft wuh laid over ami Friday. oiiide ifK l;il . onli-r for The wnatn pnssiii thp Mc-Uftvid bill IncreahltiR tlif atat tax oU ilraiiifclmi'S fnm 1''0 ti $.''X) per ynr. The e!fet of this measure will bo to Increase the aini'ml rvfieR of the Ktiitf rn-iPtn IGnO.fMiO and $700,imici. The Semite rlatiuht'Tt'd Keimey'a Sunday ltd l!tt inn bill bv a vote of V2 to six. The w n.it i uu. iWI Cill was jass. d in tit...

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. — 14 March 1907

9 o o o o o o o o o o o a 3 o s o a 0 o o o V 0 0 o o o 0 . a i l 41 ii i V . B. nn1 in . . ... !! - v.vi n ",1 s i ni ' fr.-' rv.rt mi ; il'ivr Uf Svuit IRhDE-HSFKS lOpposito U. S. Patent Offtci WASHINGTON D. C. Order of Publication. (Fir4 Insertion Mi-h. 7, l7,) BTATK OK MihhoT'KI, 8S County of 11a tes. J In the Circuit Court In vucation March 6. 1007 Oporpe Lonj:, FlaintifT. V8. l'.obert lU-verly Prico, F-lcano Hens' li".v. U. .'. Swallow, C A. Logan Titlin I.inkx, diaries Kearney Thomas Carney, H, K. Hammond, Stewart Hantiuan, Jr., nud John Wilson. IVfendnnts Now nt tills day coined the l'Inintiff lieiYin, liy tiU Attorneyn Tcmjilt't.in - Hale and tiles l)U pe tition, nllepliij; nmotijr other tiling that defendants above named are non-rewidentu of the State of Ml sour! and cannot lie served with the ordinary procenn of law In the Htnte or Missouri. 'hereupon, it is ordereil hy the flerk In Vucation, that nuid defend ants lie notihVd ly publication that plaintiff lias commenced a...

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. — 21 March 1907

in mm imrmm m-mm mmmmm i 1LLL. VOLUME 17 RICH HILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCII 11, 1907. 70. 29 IHEE 11 Wheelbarger will make an excellent constable, and if elect eJ wiH serve tho people as well as any man that has ever filled the office- If you want to vote for the best men in town cast your bal lot for those whose names are announced in the Tribune. There may be others as pood, but one thing's sure you will vote for none' better. Sheriff Beard brought an old man, crippled with rheumatism and paralyzed, to the train at Butler last Friday night from the Bates county asylum to put him on the train to go to a broth er in Kansas. It would have made any citizen of Bates county feel proud of his county, as it did us, to hear this man speak of the excellent treatment given him and others of the Lords poor at our county asylum. He said "they certainly treat us poor folks well out there." "They've got mighty good people out there now and they take good care of us old cripples." They treat us...

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 March 1907

THE TRIBUNE . v. . . NAN NIK U. Ht'V hUa, "' """"" men ma . . . MISSOCRl Mot Wholesome Sport. Throughout the middle writ, In ivlher putts of the country, athlctle rondltloim In the high schools, colleges tod finltei sides had reached a state t disgraceful and aoi'dld arrogance when, Ivo years ago, a conference of the governing bonds of nine of the I -Jins Institutions of the Interior look the niBttfr under consideration. They found high srhool boya who had been Induced to leave school a year o: two ahead of time In order to enter some college which a willing to stuooth the In4i?)cctual (Kithway In return fur a!U!Ic services. Prof" elonallsm was rife, and not only winked at, tut vlmost openly eooour aged; and rivalry was so keen that vea middle-aged professors fonnil their relations with professors laothet colleges strained by the hostile feellns between tbe ndci graduates. The de sire to win. and the hoie of uiaklns money by winning, had killed the true spirit -of sport. The governi...

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. — 21 March 1907

SAID THAW KNEW Fir.t Expert for Stale Declares Him Sane When He Shot Stanford White. STRONG POINT FOR JEROME Six Alienists All Declare Thaw to Have Been Sane The State Rests Defense Ha Mora Experts. N-w York. Mutch 14.- After fore noun H'snlin occupied almott entire ly by Idi-tilct Attorney Jerome in a hitter deiiuin .'iution of the defendant ami his wife, the tiiii! of Hurry X. Thaw for the murder of Stanford Whim a adjourned shortly after M ocloik Wednesday until Thursdiy inorr inc. Aliiuhain Huri.n.el aciiin took th" Hand. He bad testified before, the. arrival of Mr. Smith that tie saw Kcd.wi Nohhit at hi cjfficp October CT. '." ''., after her return from 'Did oil, after a conversation with Kvolsn Neablt on October 27 dictate unini'tiilng to a t-ton.ii;r-.iphcr?'" anked Mr. Jerome. Mr. nelniaa promptly objected on the (round that this was not In re Initial if any testimony offered by the defence. Mr. Jerome proceeded to artue the pciiitt f law Involved. .Mr. Jerome" contention 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 March 1907

The Tribune. ii:o. 1". Ih kkiiv NANSIK 11. llU'KKDT, Kdltors nml rubllHhcra. gubncr!ptlon price $1.00 ixryenr. Entrwl at the ltich Hill post office as m-conJ class matter. Republican Tickets. For County SupU Public Schools. C. Arthur Chambers. 0SGE TOWNSHIP TICKET. Trustee, H. P. Kobinson, Jr. Countable, 12. Yheeltargr. Assessor, ieo. S. Smith. Collector, W. T. Duvall. J ustiees of the Peace S. B. Cole, IT. s. O. Prowell, M. L. Fry. The drt two are to be Members O Townnlilp Board. AN01NCE!KEN1S. The Tiubl-xk Is autborlKMi to an nounce the following candidates for city offices, subject to the will of the people at the spring election: For Mayor, JOHN K. MAKTIX. Alderman, South Ward, CHAS. T. VAX BENTHL'SEK. School Director, U. S. C. PKOWELL. J. 121). JONES. Postmaster Martin will ad dress the 8-hour day celebration at Panama, Monday, April 1st. The Ohio river valley is having another flood crisis. They don't often have two floods in one win ter, but they've cot them this year. One in...

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. — 21 March 1907

VTTTYTYTVYTTYTYTTf TTTTTT ! SURE t Wo have sold lots E of stylish hats t lately, but also E have lots of them 3 yet, as we keep 3 our stock replen- 3 1 : ished so as to tje 3 : ready to fill your 3 E order promptly. 3 Get your order iL 3 E early for your new 3 Easter Hat. Our shelves are C loaded with new goods in Z r all oth r lines also. e C have purchased largely for t your benefit this season. r Come and take advantage 2 of the many bargains we have for you. Money to Loan. I have a few thousand dollars to loan on easy terms on good farm property. II. P. Robinson. S. L AMES, BAZAAR. PHONE NO. 116. itiiiititiiiiiiiiiiiiiit f LOCAL BRIEFS, j Subscribe for The Tribune. 8eod u the news b wire. Our telephone In No. 52. Dr. Slater's dental office will bo closed hereafter on Monday ! and Tuesday. ! Rev. W. II. Lint preached two excellent sermons list Sunday to appreciative audiences ut thej Walnut Street M. II Church. A new scholar arrived Satur day night at the home of Prof. L. F. Robi...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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