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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 11 April 1907

THE TRIBUNE m i ( I- t;v H It h ll Kit slid Pul men him missocp.i Good Blood. Vi;liout good blood we cannot n healthy, or live long. Plain, healthy rood, moderate exercise, and fresh air make good blood; pastry, candy, and tho rich and dainty dishes which lire considered the masterpieces of the cook's art, causo numerous ailment s well as baJ blood. It naturally fol lows that to eat nutritious, wholesome food and breathe pure air would In sure pur blood. There Is another thlnt; 'o bo considered, however, says New York Weekly, and that Is the casting out of waste material that ren ders the blond Inirtire. This Is noai ly performed by the bowels, the kid neys, the skin and the lung. If. then, we would have pure blood, we must see that these organs are kept active. Preathe pure air night end day, being careful to wear no clothing which in the )f.ast Interferes with deep breath Ins. Eat "plain but substantial food, use a moderate quantity at. regular times, and absolutely nothing betwee...

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. — 11 April 1907

1 i i mi V' tie 1 '.w .art-" BARB WIRE REEL. One Easily Made That Will Do Effect ive Service. I a barb wire reel that one can wind barb wire on Instead of n II barrel, which lit slow work. We pie ,:it a little drawing of one that .-': U easily made by an ingenious 'a vn.T. It Is mounted on wheels, and Have the Weight Near the Wheel. can be drawn along ly a matt, while a boy steadies tin? handle to keep l be wire f-e-.ii unwinding too rapidly and "i'.kisu For winding up wire that la Is t:e-.en ofT of a fence, the machine ta i cither 1 c pushed or pulled, going Ju;.t fait enough to keep up with the wire oi It Is being wound oa the reel A little ra-k line this, says The Far n-er, would l' of considerable value to amy one who has any amount of barb wire fencing ta wind. IN AC HATE SEED TESTING. What the Germination May and May Not Show. It U not at a!! certain that si-ei. whoa f!ia in the oMn field will nbo the same amount of dteestlhility a when saw In gml testlm; boxes or betwetu plat...

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. — 11 April 1907

The Tribune: (H O. 1'. 111 ! Kl HY, N'ANMK R. llllKhllY, KilHont nnd I'uMlnlior. SuliHcrlptlou price ?1.00 prr.yrnr. Kntercd nt tho Rich 1 1 ill poht olliee an second clas matter. As between the 1'res'ulent anil llarriman the people will hesi tate lut little where to put the brand. The Lei.tt m e r.f .Texas bn passed a law requiring all hotels to put sheets nine feet long on all beds. Those Texas fellows must think they're big. i Two Kepublicans were elected alderman down at Nevada last week. C. G. Harnett, formerly of Rich Hill,'. was one of them. Barnett will let them know that he is on the board, and no man in the city will take more inter est in the city welfare than Al derman Harnett. : .,' Governor Folk has commuted the death sentence of Aggie My ers to life imprisonment. This act of the Governor will meet with almost universal approval. The sentence of Frank Hottuian takes a like course. Perhaps some unforeseen circumstance will some day brinp about. a cor rect revelation, of...

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. — 11 April 1907

1 I have a few thousand dollars :to loan on eatj terms on good (arm property. II. P. Robinson. Mr. James II Bailey, from least of the river, was in tho city jTuesday morning. Are You LOOKING for bright E New Goods?? : a : If you are, this is j : the store to visit. EWe have a splen- :'"quitesidt with grippe t bi did stock of new; . ,-,. n , 2: Mrs. Warren Littlefceld. from E gOOdS ill every de . Foster, was intlu! city Monday, looking after business matters. The Suie Minn Inspector is in thf city, looking after th ; State' interests in the mines around Kich IFi). v.'i;! ol tin- Mason: : brv'h ) H.iH ci!, a: 1 ended t!io fu- Mm. Kitty Creasey spent Sun day in Butler, and attended the funeral of S. T. Broaddus. Old Comrade Boon McDaniel We are 3 t partrnent E the only exclusive 3 torvn and cm fits ladies store in you out from tciv crown 01 your :! head to the solo of :! t your foot with the :, very latest 111 every urticie t Como in :md will prov ) 4, ia i ai of S. T. Bio JSui.tbv las...

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. — 11 April 1907

fsRlAl3 STORY,: THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES Br MEREDITH NICHOLSON Aaibtr at Tr. rnAsct- zr.t UAMlin).,,- tic. I r!:i" CHAPTER V. Continued. KfTd my pliiiil((.ra sri'l .turned .toward Glenarm. My grandfather had left mo a cheerful legacy of distrust . emong my neighbors, the result, prob ably, of im jxn;tirj? foreigfi labor- to work on his honse. ' The surly Morgan had intimated as much; but It did. not greatly matter. I had not come to .? mm o cultivate the rustics, but to f.ilfill certain obligations laid down in r grandfathers will. I was, so to spcnv. on duty, and I much preferred that Jj;y vill.Tttt-rs should let mo alone. romiiw:nK myself with these reflec tions tvached the wharf, whw 1 saw Morgan kitting wlih hist fret dangling over tho water, smoking a pip 1 uodiM in Ms direction. Imt he feigned tot to see rn. A moment later be Jum.-veJ Into his boat and rowed out upon tba lake. When I returned to t!ie house r.ates was at work in the kitchen. This wag a lane square roor.i...

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. — 11 April 1907

WASHING FINE LACE UTMOST CARE NEEDED THEIR PRESERVATION, FOR Delicti rubric Easily Ruined by Rough Handling Rlc Water Ex cellent to Cm for Renovation of Delicate Material. Tl:e wasliin? and doliu up of laces la vi iy dainty work, so dainty. Indec 4. that it la useless leavlnt: such tlilnr to atrt.ng nilridt d and stronger-limited washerwomen, from whom surh "fld tiling" work g ts either sant alien tion or a robust teal which la (equally d'pastrouR. The fortunate poswsor of very Cno laces cannot he too careful In washing them. Eren the gontles-t rub blriR must be avoided !f the lace is to b3 preserved. It poes without tuyln? that no match must be employed. If neces sary these I.iceg may b stiffened by the us of a little white su;:ar tnoiri- ned In the lat rinsing wnt r. WM( Ihco, if not too inueli sill.'d. may be levlved by broalhlns on it, nankin? and f!:M'liriK It. Valt ih ie;.ni s and othi r reft may be atiff -ned with thin boiled rtanh, while duchess, Iloniton and hices of t hist...

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. — 11 April 1907

i Kit 10 suscraas. iWiiiitifiil I'mtucd I'lclurc. Tins 1 wioe n-Wei k IlrjintiHr, of St. Loui. Mo , in nwny ft Ix-auM- fully framed picture, fIzc &',V Inches to every one pending Jl for 11 year' Hulif-erlptlon to tlirlr preat "end vveell.V patter nml I'nri'i Propren, ll monthly aprteultnrul pnjr puhllidi li.v Tli Ki-pnM!c. Thin offer Ik open to both new nnJ t.1.1 hiiIisitUmth. If you arc tnVlnr the pnpor rit present, winl iu your dollar mid ha ve your time marked i! for one year nud get one of the' lK'nut'.fid pictures without nny ex tra eot-t. The pictures nre p'uutne works of urt.. done in nine color. Two of them arc heads (f lieautlful ptrl. Olio wears a Miiek picture hat uud lias two rof-es plnm-d to her plak hodiee. If this one Is desired order No. iu, "The Spring tod." No. 11. or "Thti Summer iirl," wears alight lirown picture hat, trimmed with light green. She nlso wears ti white nnd green wnint, with a hunch of very pretty flower at her breast. The remaining picture, or ...

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. — 18 April 1907

RICE I am mm mm" mm VOLUME 17 RICII HILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1907. 30.33 Trustees Sale. (First insertion Mch. 28. 1M7.) Whervna, Terry MeGlnnM and Hnttlo McGlnni. hla wile, by their tlotil of tru-t. tin tot! tin 13th tiny of June, 19t6. nnd recorded in the re corder otflif, in Hutler. rtnteae un ty. MlMfourl. on 'he 14th tlitr of June. 10", In Ittnik 170. at piiife 479. conveyitt to 1 undernlK'ied truetee the tollou inj iletH-t ilel rvnl eeUtte, Itunte. l.vliitrnnd U-lnir In the coun ty of ISal-rt n n. I Mule of Mliwoiirt, to-wlt: l.ot nniiiliered twelve 112) In Mock five (.") In (J I.'inko'm m iMI r ton to the town (now city ) of Itlch Hill. MlHHonrl. which milil tlett) tif triiFt wiim (riven to Htt'lire the my iiu-lit of one rvrtitlti promlmry tiote In mild deed of t rilft fully ile-crUied; Mini Wherwi--. defiiiilt hitH Nvn iimitc In the (im mi nt of .i. note. nn. the enim- Ii.ih iwfiitu.. ,,,. ntiw re. innlilH uiii:il I. in. i . lu-ieliy triveii that I. the itmU-r-1 om ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 18 April 1907

i The Tribune. Oku. I liliKHiv, Nanmk It. IIkkbhv, Kdltors and ruulinhers. SuliHorlrtlon r-rk-e $1.00 peryean... Kutered nt tlio lllch Hill post oftlce as sond class matter. There is a surplus of over $r0, 000,000 in the United States treasury up to March 31st, as acainst a surplus of 'i,000,000 one year ago, and JU is expected this w ill be increased" to over 70,000,000 by June "0th as against $29,000,000 last year. . ; There seems to be a groat anx-" iety amons a certain class of cor porations over the reputation of prices by the state and national government,' and yet ive don't see why there should - be. If public servants are as venal as some seem to think t'would be easy to buy a few officials. Jf they are honest they would cer tainly Le as fair as men gener ally a remind would not be opposed to fair compensations and profits. The result of the election for Superintendent of Public Schools in Bates county was for Ives, '2019 votes; for Chambers, 1619. majority for Ives 400. Sev...

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. — 18 April 1907

Kith ! Tor Historical Work. One million five, hundred thousand dollare la ottered aa a prlre for liter ary composition. the bljtgeot prise of Us kind on record. The award will be. simile, at St. rton4butg on December 1. n:5. to tho writer of the beat his lory of Aleiander I. of Hussta. Arast--helef, founder of the military colo tntea of Novgorod, left a fortune of 60.000 nold ruble (I2S7&0) to provide for thlH unique prlre. The prlteglvlng day la the centenary of the Car Alei anders death, by which time the money will, It la estimated, hare In creased to $2,000.00'). One fourth of It will be used to defray the coat of publishing the work which wins the prize. Sla.-.h, like everything else. Is be In? rons'.antly lmiroved. the patent Starches put on the market 25 years aso are very different and Inferior to those of the present day. In the lat est discovery Defiance Starch all In- i Jurlous chemicals are omitted,' while j the addition of another Ingredient, ! vented by us, r!vrt, ...

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. — 18 April 1907

SPRING MATRIMANIA. l"Hy MoCutrheon, In Ch!ra Pully Tribunal HEAVY FINES FOR STANDARD A SOCIAL LEADER OF KANSAS CITY Aitributtt Jlrr l.XiilUnt Jhaith U FttH-Htl. THE TRIBUNE rK.,irtiir f. hi i kmy, j ... p.. After 47 Hour Deliberation They Giant Oil Monopoly Found Guilty Stood 7 to 5 for Conviction. oa Criminal Charges. THE THAW JURY DISAGREED niCH IIJI.U MISSOURI A People's University. The luaRiillKt'iit building cif the Car rr'gia InRtittite of Pittsburg, w hich ha Just been dedicated In the presence of representatives of foreign pivcrn menls and men of learning from all over the world, la a memorial and tribute to human aspiration. It Is not accident, but a alKntfleant and natural thing that this great people's universi ty should rise In the heart of the roar Ins, grimy nirmingham of America. Here the great fortune of the donor was In large part made. Here are the nen who helped him make It. Here he, too. In his youth, worked with head and hands, and felt that insatiate thirst for...

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. — 18 April 1907

GIVEN FOR BRAVERY HOW THE MCDAL OF AWARDED. HONOR 13 Decoration In American Army Corre spond, to Victoria Cross of Eng land and Famous Iron Crctt of Germsny. Af. OTHER WESTERN KECORK CANADA While l he Ami rU iiti "p1i love tlii'lr' flan, and boitst if their liimy lic liK n-iolul In iioiii', It Ik a nlf aiik fact ti nt few .f tin-in knnw uf tin mi-ilal f hnmir, tin" KnatfFt li( oration that ca:i Ik- In-stowed uxm a soldli-r 1m the I'nitcd Slates army. Kvery r.ritlsli Miej-e-t known the moaning of wearing the Victoria cross; every (leriuan knows wh.tt It Is for a Soulier In the luiM-r'B nrr.iy to Ksess the Iron crows, a:id while both of these decorations represent bravery, they do not neces Hariiy wean as much as does the pos p 'ilta of the tuc-dal of honor. R pardin the prnntlng of the medal t'f honor the Army Register say: "In order that the medal of honor r-sy h" awarded, officers and enlisted ii.in Diust perform in action deeds of most illstlncuished j'erronal bravery or self-scrr...

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. — 18 April 1907

MTV,-' oGtVlM? THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON kmihn t TUf WM CrUNCE." 2UB ANEEUN.' tic lepjncbt IW by lfctoa-ttrTttl e- CHAPTER VI. Continued. I turned to stand tzcc to face with the cirl In the red tam-o'-bliantor. "I beg your pardon," 1 said, stepping sway from the canoe. She did not wear the covert coat of the morning, hut a red knit jacket, but toned tight about her. She was young with every emphasis of youth. A pair of dark blue eyes examined me with cood-buniored curiosity. She was on pood terms with the sun I rejoiced In the brown of her cheeks, so eloquent cf companionship with the outdoor world a certificate Indeed of the fa vor of Heaven. Show me, in October, & girl with a face of tan, whose hands have plied a paddle or driven a ftolf liall or cast a fly beneath the blue arches of summer, and I will suffer tier scorn in joy. She may vote me dull and refute my wisest word with laughter, for hers are the privileges of the sisterhood of Diana; and t...

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. — 18 April 1907

TTTTTTTTTTTTtTTYTYTTTTTTt I I SPRING OOOUS! Summer weathor will bo upon us with a rush soon and right now is the time to prepare for it. v Money n Limn. We have an excel- 2 lent line of goods 3 for waists and 3 dainty dresses, 2 I have few thousand dollars to loan on easy terms on good farm property. II. P. Robinson. II. G. Sprakcr, who has been visiting his ajrcd father at EfHntf ham, 111., arrived home lost Sun day. Mrs. M. A. J. Martin, who has been quite seriously ill at her home on the Underbill place near Carbon Center, ia reported as improving. Coil spring mattress with wo ven wire top is the best made. Former price $4.50, now $3.50 Sanderson-Wilson II. & F. Co. Jack, son of W. A. Ilarvey who We have lately- added a dreSSHiak" !,5as becn seriously sick for wrae 'time was able to bo out on the mg department street Monday. Mother's nurs where you can get J prompt and effici- J ent service in hav- J these goods made 3 up. Splendid new goods in all other 3 lines also. S. L AM...

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. — 18 April 1907

-T- A s.-ss. c "'f . r a - H r , w I Judffe DentA 'j-ecenUfr made B V'tTt 1 V i) an ordFttVih8 cdUftty crart to .r j ( I M K J1J J' select a grand jury for the Mat- term oi court, i ne coumy uuuu soloctod tbo following list of if Hud and petit Jurors:' r mm i Tub iiw i h b..'"f4 (Opposite U. S. Fatfint OiJiee " WASHINGTON' PiCfr 'liV-V vKi 2.v'. ' V r Prairie Julia Yos. Sr. A &J $pMm s?ru1TU7F.Prry,. VWm ihM i mmm mm. mmm lAU Mcnol ( tbesr ai .e, w. y a.-.d hsk'T. tr. (T: jVoin ferrr-iivM 4 . f air Aimi xVftBtr f WHY tbo or.lv liver.VfenW.WU. i( wi3VV fort-J. J. Epley, ... ... i i. ... i ? i- ptlpatlon, (. hl '.-in O- lx-t 'f r'nr liver coiiiplalntw IiriVlUTlniw will cure rft.-' UiM; VestTliU, l"la., writos: "I was sick for n month witli tiiT'.s mul fever, nail af ter taking two bottles of Ilerblue om will ntid healthy. Bold by Oi-r;i Jrug Storo. . CS wrnil vnifl rtTitTor. rJkhart P. J.'McUune.,' ' "West Boone Let Stcrrjirt. ' Pleasant Gap-C(J. Hcqua. . Jlqmer it' C. jhiiyUiU 'U...

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. — 25 April 1907

Jhiiiil ALA VOLUME t7 RICH HILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL as, 1907. rro. 34 V .1 r 1 At ' il.iri. l iritl rt'i 1 Hi' Subscribe for TnE Tkibune. - -Black Billy The relehrntcd "1 Vrchf tf Ktal- i...n CEASWIh nnd'tfil' 'ttiack' , , , ; draft stallion, . . .;. ths-Grat of his class, of i'.K'i nt 1!: iimi 1 piMf", wilo.v is the Spencer See him. He is (I row f.ir! in th'" northwest! nub n,ij h'ir"s-;is t! ir cr I's wi1 t!l-vlUo. , ' --.. ' ' Tit' iv ha GOO! JUlQMI ST i 1 " -111 I,.. . . . 1 1- Tun.'.w nit- en' v'Mr I til wniMittiil chnrnrterMic of nn-n niVI wmiivii InvftlmiMi' t k"i! li!iiisxK imn nnl iiii-rKXMrv to luinowlv ' A womiin Khitwudmul Jii'lrfii.H'ii.t , " Ijcji fio m Vhit"i (.;rn .ynntfnirf 'or hcrbiihr. The U't vnriu !!ii'iHelm tt nffi'ivil to ' Hillj.T MilllV lll'ltitl 11 r lh Wll- 'n.it' rs um. writ.- rxpn- linr ' flny (,(,or Wimh'nirton Letter. Speculation continues rife over the Ohio situation and the gen eral outlook for the next nomina tion. Some of the political wise a...

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. — 25 April 1907

The Tribune J'. Ill KKBV, NNMK It. lllTKHiV, Ktlitors and rutllidiers. SutHcrlptlon irk l.tKt per ycnr. Ktitered nt the Itkh Hill Io.t ofHoe ait eirontl class matter. A petition for equal suffrage, signed by 142,12"? women,-'has been presented to the Swedish Parliament.' H -" When David 13. Hill wns "askod tD give his opinion on the Demo cratic situation, he asked, "Where is it?" We don't believe Bryan or any of his followers can tell. Kansas City has started out to cipture the Republican Rational Convention for 1JKH.' The con vention ought to bo held in the west, and in Missouri, and Kan sas City is the plaetf for it. Give the young giantess a chance to show her entertaining' qualities, imd she will nouri date a candidate sure to win. i ' , - j i , r-; ; Wc have known a "great manjr livrs passed that were intended tJ accomplish certain resnlts.but in most instances the law has not worked as its pioaiC&ers expect ed. We do not believe "t he rail road rate law will work any harm ...

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. — 25 April 1907

V,' mm THE VETERAN WHO BEGGED. Pathetic Story of an Old Soldier Who Wai Blind. It van mime year ai?o that two O. A. IL men. Bcandalizod at seeinj? a vet 'ran soldier of the civil war begping c-n the street, asked mo to expostu late with him, for he was drawii.R a small pension from the government, anil the soldiers' home was open to hlra, writes Ada C. Swact. In Chicago .loiirnitl. I sallied out to find the old soldier, who had become blind since th war. lie was standing on a street corner, erect, soldier like, even as he held out the tin cup for the offerings of the merciful bouIb who listened to his voice. 1 made myself known to him, auJ asked him how It happened that ho wag begging on the street, when lhere wa plenty of help for him else where. The blind man asked me to allow him to call at my office the next day to explain his case, and with this promise the Interview ended. At the appointed hour, led by a boy, the blind maa came, and when he had said what he had to cay hla rase...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 25 April 1907

THE TRIBUNE N A N I K K. H C KKItV, " men hilt .... missoitj Moderation In everything In the se cret if Joy. It will bo time enough to tons! when tomorrow is punt. Happy a the man who never recog nizes iirfeiit and despair. When a nmn gets a reputation as a clever conversationalist yon may bo pure that he never will be (anions. A New York woman who lost 20 at a card party called for the police and had the game broken up. She needn't expect to be invited out much after this. Hudson Maxim announces that he lias completed an invention which will make armor-plate useless. This ought to help pome more toward the estab lishment of universal peace. Government scientists claim that the eatinc of raw meat will enable people to become strong mentally and physically. It may be, however, that mental and physical strength can be achieved in more pleasant ways. If o tbey ought to be discovered. Premier Campbell-Pannerman says the British house of lords will be re formed. Owing to the fact that th...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 25 April 1907

TO FIGHT GREEN BUG. Kansas University Striding out Pr- itet to ths Farmers to De stroy the Pests. Lawn-tiro, Kiinsiia. The ciitomol tny d)-iurtnn'fit if t!m I'lilvt-rhliy of Khiihmh, ulnl-r the dlriTtlciii of 1'inf. X. J. Iftintir, lias lfciil. 1 to hi !n a war iiH)n llu trwii biiK In tlm lnnt fl.ltt i,y dlHtrilititlng ,nrahl(eg which Iced uK-n the i'M through out th lnfti(il area. For several weeks letters have tiix-n cotnlim to tin- uiiiverMtv avklng It to take a hund In cheoklnit the Rreen litis In f h liiiino manner flint It carried on tho chinch bug war In tho early 'yn. Prof. Hunter, however, did nut consld'-r the condition very alarming and no wait l to Bee If alth warm a father the arn.site could not check the K8t without any artificial breeding and distribution. He still does not believe there will be any widespread loss, but owing to tho continued cool wther he has decided to distiib ute parasites. Two advanred student of the ento DioioKy department. Will Grl!ea and Kbb Cr...

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