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

THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES Br MEREDITH NICHOLSON Ahr ! 1 JMMISOA." tit. i"frxi fc ts.taifiniii lo. CHAPTER III. Continued. Any resentment I felt a first hear ing the trrms of. ray grandfather's will had passed. He had treated me as well nut I deserved, and the lonst 1 could do was to accept the ienalty he bad laid upon me in a sane and amia ble spirit. This train of thought occu pied me as we tramped along the high v. The road now led away from the lake and through a heavy wood. Prc-ently. on the right loomed a dark barker, and 1 put out my hand and totrhed a wall of rough stone that T-.- to a heicht of atxxit eight feet. "What is this. Hates?" I ashed. "Tills Is Gienarm land. sir. The wall was one of your grandfather's Ideas. It's a quarter of a mile long and cost him a pretty penny, 1 warrant you. The road turns off from the lake now. but the Gienarm property Is all lake front." So there was a wall about my pris on house! I gTinned cheerfully to in? self. When, a few moments ...

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. — 21 March 1907

THAT MAGIC WORD DIFFERENCES FORGOTTEN AT THE MENTION OF "HOME." Little Wlf Forget "Point" Sh Had Meant to Makt, and a Happy Party Want on It Way United. A fniall, frail looking woman, fol lowed ly two youtus men of mors ro bust liber, although closely resem bling ber. litirrleil up to a gatekeeper In the C.ran.l Central station. "Does the train from tlreshHtn com In here?" she anker, anxiously. When the right pate waa found thorn waa nt ill 30 minute to spare. 'IW-ttcr g Inside, Lctty. am! reot." miesestetl one of the brother. Hut lA-tty would not leave the gate Her two brother liHiked significantly at each other, and let ber have her wav. Th-v took turns in carrying the baby up and down. Long before the train mine the conversation wealed the situation They were here to meet Letty's bus band, who nix months ago had gone away because of supposed iirecon ci'.aMe differences hetwevn hlmsel! nd his wife. Out the relations on both stiles had arranged a peace. He waa returning the broken ...

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. — 21 March 1907

o o o 1 41 iiii rnWl. tk u It or i I t I invention tt I Opposite U. S. Patent Office 1 WASHINGTON D. C. Order of Publication. (Firs! Intrrftoa NKh, 7. ;.) Stati: r Mih(H r:i, liHinr:i, 1 Untes. J County of In t lie Circuit Court. In vacation March 6, 1907 (icore I-ony;, riaintifT. vs. Ilobert I'.everly Price, F.lcaun Hens Icy. G. C. Swallow, C A. Lognn Tiiliu Links, diaries Kearney, Thoiunrt Carney, II, K. Hammond, Stewart llastinjrs, Jr., und John Wilson. IVfeuilants Now at this day conies the ri.iintiir herein, by his Attorneys Teiupleton & llules and flies his pe tition, nlleplntr nmons; other tiling that defendants nbovo named are non-resident of the State of Mis souri and cannot he served with the ordinary process of law in the State of Missouri. AV hereupon. It Is ordered by the (lerk In Vacation, that said defend ants U not ifled ly publication that plaintiff' has commenced ft suit njrainst them In this court, the ob ject and sreuernl nature of which Is to obtain a decree...

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. — 28 March 1907

jDiiE RICH HIlL IJJ-4 xami 'mlier's J at tlio Butler March o'clock ivcn in riday 'fire bra, imetic, cienco, d Ad- ?ngag. e any to 'gular ipt. '. and im I Id no Tlil IH'Dt tlier irnt can VOLUME 17 f,t!ceef Stock! ciders Meeting.! There will bo a special meeting f)f the shareholders of the Cowles Mclvibben Mercantile Co., in their office at Rich Hill, Mo., 'April 2Cth,1907, at 7 o'clock p. tn. for the purpose of reducing the capital stock of fraid company from $27,500.00 to $20,000.00. J. W. Bekkv, L. J. McKlHHKN, Jas. M. McKjbben, Directors. The New York World THRICE A WEEK EDITION Ka Vkmii lh. Knsl'.H f..nga(. U ffpok-u. Tlie Thrlce-n-WYc k WorM extx-cta to ! ft better piijN-r In 10u7 than trer In-fore In the courco of the yrar the WmifH for tlie next great l'retildenf lal rnmpnlxti will lie fore ahndowetl, uud everybody will w lh to lw Informed. The. Thrice-a-Week World, coming" to yu every otbt-r day, aervea all the .puriiuHo of a dally, and Is far cheajer. The news iter vice of t...

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. — 28 March 1907

THE TRIBUNE fJFORfiF . Mi l K "NANME It. Mll'K MtT, I ta' mill rm men hii.u Misaorm Scientists have found microbes 'in anowballs. Roll before uting la U future. A Chicago judge is about to make It almost Impossible to secure a Jury In that city by barring topers from service. A St. Loula man throws away gold to save his life. Many shorten their earthly existence by profligate spend ing. la view of recent wrecks the Inter state commerce commission will 're Bent the assertion that It 19 running the railroads. Lots of states bow are enacting two cent passenger rate legislation, but still there are people who regret tie vanished passes. Count John A. Creighton, who died at his home, in Oiuhi, wa count of the Holy Empire and papal knight of St. Gregory, and was the third American to reeedre the title of count, which . was ' conferred upon him by Tope Leo XIII. on De cember 6, 1S94, In recognition of his benefactions to Crelghtou anlversity, Omaha. The richest man in the world, Fred erick...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 28 March 1907

tf IN 1 CDiii'jliLrliiiLtS ' AVcgetaUe Preparation for As -similatinf? lite Food and Regula ting flic Stomachs andl3cwls of rromolcsDicsitcm.Chccfful-! nc?s and Ifcsl Contains npiihcr Opium .Morphine norrtjuicxa. JOTIA11COTIC. 1 (nW . A perfect Romedy forConstipa Tton. Sour Stomach.Diarrhiva Worms .(oimilsiora.Fevcrish nrss and Los A or SLEEP. TacSinviW Sifinnture of yv YORK. EXACT COPY Of WHAPPCW. As. SIGK HEADACHE Votltlrrlr enri ky these Iitlle 111. Thry also relieve Vic tim from prjprp-la, la dUrstlon and Too Uear'y EitU-j. A perte rem. It tir Dimness, limaea. Drowsiness, Tast 'a V.Q Htx'X Ccatd Trcri'i Pala In tic FUe, TOKITD LIVER. They rj-ulnis U Bow ta. Purely Vefrtaiia. SWJia PILL. SMALL D3SL SMiafRlCL Geivi'mo Wert Bear Far-SiT.ila Sicatur REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. iTiirj Of Skin Tortured Disfigured Babies SHOULD KNOW THAT Warm Baths Witli at 1 And gentle anointings with Cuticura.thc jrcat Skin Cure, afford instant relief, permit rest and sleep, and point to a speedy cure of tor...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 28 March 1907

The Tribune. iKO. I'. ill IKl !1V, Nanmk 1!. 1 It kedv, Editor and ruWUlirrs. Sutmorlption price $UK) per year. Entered at the ,Klch Hill post oillce as second class matter. Republican Tickets. For County Supt. Public Schools, C. Arthur Chamber. ANNOIACLMLNIS. The Tiuhvke la authorised to an nounce the following candidates for city offices, subject to the will of the people at the spring election: For Mayor, JOHN K. MAUTIX. Alderman, South Ward, C1IAS. T. VAN UENTIIL'SEN. School Director, U. B. G. PKOWELL. J. EI). JONES. Millionaires "Want Pensions, Commissioner of Pensions "Warner has received up to this time 278,000 applications for pen sions under the McCumber ser vice tension act. lie estimates there will be not to exceed 300, 000 pensioners under the service pension act when all are in. He believes when the rolls are made up under the service pension act it will constitute an almost com plete list of surviving soldiers of the civil war. Men of high and low degree are applying f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 28 March 1907

rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT I SURE Wo have sold lots of stylish hats lately, but also have lots of them j yet, as we keep 3 our stock replen- ished so as to be 3 ready to fill your order promptly. 3 Get your order in 3 E early for your new 3 Easter Hat. 2 fc. UUr 6DC1VC5 HIC -1 1 . loaded with new goods in 3 all oth r lines also. have purchased, largely for j your benefit this season. 2 r Come and take advantage 3 of the many bargains we have for you. 4 4 4 4 S. L AMES, BAZAVR. 4 PHOSE KO. n6. 4AAAAAaAA-AAAAAAAAAAAAA f LOCAL HUIKFS. 5 Subscribe for The Tkibcne. Rend tin tlx n" b wire. tur telephone I No. M. Dr. Slater's dental office will bo closed hereafter on Monday and Tuesday. Rov. IVrry lmg, of tin; M. E. Church, South, has been called to assist in a series of revival mooting at Main City, Mo., and left for that point Tuesday. Mr. C. D. W'inchell is able to ba out nirain but still suffers much pain from the severe shak ing up he got out near i'loasan ton as he was returning home...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 28 March 1907

.ST0RY4'-: THE HOUSE' OF A THOUSAND CANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Aathw el "THE ?Htl CHANCE." HUM liAHlMN." El. copjrigbt li Sj k-utj MmU c. CHAPTER- IV- Continued. I was soon stumbling through rough cnderbriisn similar to that through which we bad approached tho house. Hates swung along confidently enough ahead of me, pausing occasionally to liold back the branches. 1 began to feel, as wy rape abated, that I bad set out on a foolish undertaking. I was utterly at sea as to the character of tho grounds; I was following a man whom I had not seen until two hours before, and whom I began to suspect of all manner of designs upon me. It was wholly unlikely that ihe person who had fired Into the windows would lurk about, and, moreover, the light of the lantern, the crackle of the leaves and the breaking of the boughs adver tised our approach loudly. A bush Flapped roe sharply and I Stopped to rub the sting from my face. "Are you hurt, sir?" asked' Fates so licitously, turning with the lant...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 28 March 1907

k M v ' tv H -BLOW HAS FALLEN Proceeding ia Ibaw Case Stopped 1 Pending Argument Regarding Lunacy Comminlon. THE JUDGE WANTS FACTS HTTXAM FAD1 LrcS T) KS rrt W JO rnt per pat kagr ti'l color num goods faster and brighter colors. A friend In need usually needs all be ran In dure you to give upand then Home. Mn, WIU't In r. rlllxlr, I4tlitfe. ft.fft'-tt. lh yullfl, IfaufM ! Saitlw.larSl. Uwiki. g tlMiit A Pooitivo cure roR CATARR" E!'t Cream Bab We attract hearts by the qulitls we display; we retain them by tua qualities we possess. Ruard. Jerome Aaacrta That Thaw la Suffer Ing From An Incurable Form of Insanity Characterized by Ocluaiena. New York. March 21. The blow which Harry Kenditll Thaw hag Uvea la terror of ever since his trial for the murder of Stanford White began tell Wednesday. rintrkt Attorney Jerome did not make forma) appli cation for tho appointment of a com minion In lunacy, but In an Impas sioned sp"ech he appealed to the con science of the court declaring as ha Rita...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 28 March 1907

rrr 3d77r W V-. rl c 1 S ri f ) '' a i i S 1 . ' ' ' V i f J IH4 "i or i 'to l ii v mi on nil Opposite U. Li. Patent Of iice WASHINGTON D. C Gfdcr Cf rsiKcatlea. (Firl Iustrtioa M.h. 7, I.07.) STATK OK Msn(U-RI, 1 Us, County of Hates. ) In tin? Circuit Court In vacation March 6, 1W)T George 1-rf'iig, Plaintiff, vs. ltoliert ISovrrl.r Price, Klcnno Hen- loy, u. C. Mvallow, U A. Tiilin Links, Oinrii Kearney Tliouwa t urner, 11. K. Hammond Stpwnrt Ilaftiiifirs. Jr., und JohnJ Wilson. Defendants. Now nt this dny comeg the VlaintUr herein, liy h Attorney! Tenipleton A: Hales nnd flies hi w tition. nllejtinjr among other t'.itipa That defendants above named are non-residents of the JStnte of Mis souri and cannot be nerved with tin? ordinary jirocess of law In the State of Missouri. Whereupon, it In ordered by the Clerk in Vacation, that, aid defend ants le notified by publication that plaintiff lias commenced a ult njrninwt tlietu in this court, the ob ject and general nature of which U 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. — 4 April 1907

KM RICH JbULILdJL TRIBUM1 AO VOLUME 17 RICH HILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1507. " 4v i I Notice Of StOCki OlierS Meetlna.! Biwbrrj Plants lor Sale Thcro will bo a special meeting ' By Wilsn eouth of of the shareholders of the Cowles-1 Iey Mo 40 cts a hundred McKibben Mercantile Co., jn, or $3 00 a thousand, their office at Rich Hill, Mo..1 April 2Cth,1907, at 7 o'clock p. m. . n. . n. , ,. e for the purpose of reducing the Black CiUy is the Spencer capital stock of ail draft stallion- See him. Ho is irom (.wu.w to $-0,000.00. J. W. Berry, L. J. McKibben, Jas. M. McKibben, Directors. ItEAL ESTATE TIMNnrElUI Henry Crawford to Jennie A Lipe 120 a sec 23 Lone Oak $3, 000. John II Pyle to Fannie Mc Cuan lots 1 and 2 blk 3 Concklin and Wells ad Butler. $1100. J D Rhea to D W Dryden part! j vik 00 wunams aa uicn mil, 7j. I G W Burgess to Wallace Fer- rell lot 6 blk 67 1st ad Rich mil. The New York World thrice a week edition Wkar.wr lb Eaglliik the Gratt of his class. GOO! JUOGMFST ......

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 4 April 1907

THE TRIBUNE omnnr '. nn k f hy N ANMJii ll.AUvh.li.HY ' Kil. nd I'tj'- RICH HILI . Misson.ii Magnetic Polo Not Stationary. Amundsen, tlie Norwegian explorer. It In Paris, where ho has born lion ized, majo a Commander of the I.e. Kion of Honor and brought before various scientific bodies. In his Inter esting talks he tolls much about his experiences In the polar region. In cluding Ms discovery of the northwest passarc, through which he Bailed, al though that was a sccoflilsry consider ation. Amundsen spent three years In the north, 19 mouths of which were devoted to niaklns careful observa tlora, day and nU;ht, of the magnetic pole. He finds that the pole is not stationary, but while he has a vast amount of data on band the exact re sults have not yet been completely figured out. At all events, says the Troy Times, new scientific knowledge has been pained which win be tf much value to the world, even If t!e northwest passage shall prove imprac ticable for ordinary commercial pur pose...

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. — 4 April 1907

V faceMMlum Judge FJtgerald AppcinU Lunacy Commission to Decide Mental Condition of Harry Tbaw. JM NOT AGAIN FACE JURY If Declared Inuni and In Future Should Regain Hi Reason Ha Would Th.n be Placed On Trial. New York .March 27. Harry K. Thaw may neve r again face the Jury empanelled more than nine weeks bgo to try blra on tlie charge of murder in the first degree. Justice Fitzger ald Tuesday unexpectedly ordered a com m Iks Ion la lunacy to inquire Into the present state of mind of Stafford White's slayer. The decision of the three disinterested men named to coo duct the inquiry will guide the future action of the court as to ordering Thaw to an asylum or directing that the trial shall proceed. Justice Fitzgerald announced the PIoliument of the coaim'rslou pri vately. In his chambers. Mor.n J. O'Urien. a former Justice of the appellate division of the su preme court; Peter II. Olney, forwr district attorney of New York county and a lawyer of high lcgnl attain ments; Dr. I-eopold I'...

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. — 4 April 1907

The Tribune. I i o. T. IlrckFiiv, NaN.MK 11. HlCKKIlV, IM'tora and I'uMIhIhts. SuliHrrljitlon price $1.00 jTyonr. LnUre.l nt tlie IMch Hill roit otlk'e tin wh-oihI i-l.iHB matter. Ex-Senator Burton has shot his wad. Now let the curtain run down and tloso the scene. II. W. Blodjs'ett has been ap pointed United States District Attorney for the eastern district of Missouri, upon recommenda tion of Senator Warner, in place of D. P. Dyer, who takes his seat as District Jude, April 1st. That Bridge The people of Ricb'IIill and the surrounding coalfields want the bridge out near the waterworks, over the Marais des Cypnes river put in shape so the river can be crossed at this point. We have heard considerable complaint because the work has been so long neglected. It has been over a year since the thins pot out of shape and it is an unmitigated shame it has not been attended to before this. A petition was sent up some time ago but it did not avail. Yesterday a strong delegation of leading ci...

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. — 4 April 1907

rtYYTTTYTfTTTYTYTTYTTTYf YT Arc You 3 LOOKING for bright 3 E New Goods? 3 E If you are, this is 3 the store to visit. 3 We have a splen- 3 did stock of new 3 goods in every de- 3 partment. We are J the only exclusive 3 ladies store in 3 town and can fit 1 you out from the 3 crown of your 2 head to the sole of 3 your foot with the 3 very latest styles 3 m every article. 1 Come in and we 3 will prove this. S. L. AMES, BZA4R. PIIONE'NO. 116. aaaaaaaAAaaAAAAaaaaaaAAAaa Subscribe for Tm: Tribune. Send n the new t w tr- ilnr telephone I- Nn 2 Dr. Khitor's i!fntl oftU-o will bo f!'ii'l lierenltor un Mmwla.x and Tui'mIh v. Eli Iv.mc.v, cf Spraj;u', wns in the city Monday looking after business mattcra Mr. and Mrs. II. Dubach were In the city, from oast of the river last Friday t reding with our merchants. Prof. G. A. Chambers was in the city Tuesday !xiklng after his Interests in the canvas for Superintendent of Public Schools Tho candidates for school su perintendent both fell short of the...

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. — 4 April 1907

THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON ' Aolb.r el "Ter H Ml CHMICI." IEIB iMMtkUH." Itc. CHAPTER IV. Continued. "I Tips you not to mention.lt, Mr. Cler.arm." "Hut It was a little quw. If you should pain any light on the subject, let mo know." "Certainly, sir." 'And I believe. Hates, that we'd bet tor Kp the blinds down at night. These duck hunters hereabouts are apparently reckless. You might at tend to them now, and every evening hereafter." He gravely bade me good night and I followed him to the outer door and watched his departing figure, lighted hy a single candle that he had pro duced from hla pocket- , I stood for several minutes listening to his step, tracing It through the hall below as far as my knowledge of tho house would permit. Then, In. un known regions. I could hear the clos ing of doors and drawing of bolts. Verily, my jailer waa a person of ainstaking; habits. I opened -my traveling ca?e and dis tributed its contents en the dreat-ing table. I had car...

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. — 4 April 1907

NOT IN WOMAN'S ATTIRE. Dress cf Jeff Davis When Capturtd Aa Described by an Eys-Witnsss. "The true story of the capture of Jefferson Davis, the leader of the southern confederacy, has never been told," declared I. C. itateman of Au burn, the well-known lecturer, xlitl clan and special writer, to the Boston Herald correspondent the other day at Letviston. Me. Mr. Hatcman. In the official recorda at the war department, bears the dis- Into remit In an old tohaceo ar l.misn In Hand Hill. The next inornlnK Mr. Davis waa uroiihl Into tho city a captive, lie had been raptured, the (revloua evening by a nihil cavalry detachment, some 30 mllea from the city, and wan takmi by mule team to AuKUtta. The parly traveled all night and reached AiiKusta about si In the morning. Mr. Davis waa confined In the HaptlHt church and my regiment waa detailed to guard him. "Within a tfw minute after Mr. Davis' arrival I saw him and can dis tinctly remember hia appearance. From tho time of hi capture, the pre...

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. — 4 April 1907

ri r.' m t- 5 us -i.-iitl mn-tfi, ..'! ttr el to it invntiion U r frtMroiort (in -' nw .ilitv 1 i-t Tv tw-k, f Mow to Hfiirc'j J r R X S Order of Putlicatioa. (Firt Insertion Mch. 7, 1907,) Btatk or Mixsornt, 1 outlty of llnts. ) In the Circuit Court In vacation March 6, 1!X7 George Long, FlaintifT. vs. Kobcrt Ucvprly Price, I'lcnno Hens- lev, (i. C. Swallow. C A. Logan Tillin Links, Chnrieg Kearney, Thomas Carney, 11, K. Hammond, Stewart Hastings, Jr., nud John A ilson. Defendants Now at this day conies the riaintUf heroin, hy his Attorneys Temnleton ,fc Hales nud flies his . tition, nlle?li:c: amonj; other things that defendants nhove tunned nre lion-reKidents of the Stale of Mis pouri atxl cannot he served f.ith tlie ordinary iirocess ol law In tlfe estate of Missouri. Wherenpoa, it in ordered by the Clerk in Vacation, that said defend ants he notified ly publication that plaintiff has commenced a suit against them in this court, tlie ob Jft and peuerisl nature of which is to obt...

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. — 11 April 1907

L' t t i I V i i I i VOLUME 17 KICII HILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1907. HQ. ja THE RICH VMM ILiLJi'. aILa 4 I J r 1 Or J t i i J t 4 ? r JustYourStyle You rt ny!e particular, of P courac. You Lis c'othinf that ? will put jour a-pearanco above t criticism. (K Then Clothcra.t li the cloth. r Incforjou. J Eclui styles tr dsf? A roandcd of Clotacraft deei ere end cutter., cicluaiv etyles ara the rs-.u't of theic work. A t.tod ft! comfortable ft is al-ocllainedw ith certainty. The a'.l - wool material., the frj thcrotiih ahnnkir.g by t b tpfrial Clothciaft proec.a, the g4 thorocr,hneie of care in the r raaldnc in eveiy detail secure jj3 r jou n CLOT II CRAFT, "Sw?- e!o,h" ,h,u!rt s ? Til," f.Vv? riibt. etav rirht. W.liiiJBrtn letter. t'vjr;-e into re st in oppn un' h if the railroad , name- ; the lyti.i Nntknl I'et nlum Aso- : c iati n, that for years ha bwn ' j Btrawberry riant lor mil" ! Bv A. Wilson ll mila south of Of lleivlev. Mo. 40 cts. a hundred 11 nrSL1.no a thousand. ,.'....

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