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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 25 April 1907

THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Aalkw .! "THt MM ttUNCl." ZtLDA Coprrical link bj Uotobv-MertiU Co. CHAPTER VII. Continued. One thing only I found Ilia slight war of a hammerhead on the oak panclins tbt run around the bed room. The wood had been struck near the bane and t the top of every panel, for though the mark wa not perceptible on all, a test had evidently been made systematically. Wilh this as a beginning. I found a moment later a spot of tallow under a heavy table In one corner. Evidently the furniture had been moved to permit of the closest scrutiny of the paneling. Glenarm House really promised to prove exciting- .1 took from a drawer a small revolver.fjlled Its chambers with cartridges and thrust it Into my hip pocket, whistling meanwhile Ijirry Donovan"s favorite air, "The Marche Funebre de Marionnettes." My heart went out to Larry as I scented adven ture, and I wished him with nie: but speculations as to Larry's where abouts were always profitless,...

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. — 25 April 1907

VTrrTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTI SPRING GOODS! 3 E Bummer weather will be upon us E with a rush soon i t and rirrht now is the time to prepare J for it. We have an excel- 2 lent line of goods z for waists and dainty dresses. e have lately added a dressmak -4 ing department where you can get 3 prompt and effici ent service in hav- 3 E these goods made 3 up. Splendid new goods in all other 3 1 to 2 lines also. S. L. AMES, BAZMB. 3; M 4 PHONE KO. 116. 3 4 DCAL BRIEFS. Subscribe for The Tiu dune. HmnA Utf th ncwi b wlr. Our telephone t No. 32. Dr. Slater's dental office will be closed hereafter on Monday; and Tuesday. Flavo Tygard has returned from an exteudd trip into Texas and the southwest. Jesse Steele has returned from bis Ti.it to Sapulpa. Ind. Ty. and report, things rather lively down there. , , , Several fine dressera left at w v.4 4. uargSins. A! you tntuimvue soon. Sanderson-Wilson II & F. Co. Mr.. W. D. Chancellor attend od meeting of the Southwest Hoard of Missions of the Pres...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 25 April 1907

t vs. v-vx-v-v-.-s-.-vx-v-.x.''v"v I I. i j r Si 1 1 II ' ' H fl li'UHl n.M 11:111 li I t t'M. . I l t,l -)rt r'uro vtiiii i 5 V.'AoHliJCVTOr) D. C. v.: Read" The Tribune. i .- K K 1 . , . . - --- ,i A PSrr.'-PT, EFFECTIVE i 1 F ' y r-n 5 tiith?rf. (pm.'fi.'flt CalBirrhf l ftnti Laiirlppm j GIVE? QUTCK RCUIEF. " i Ar;''i..-3 rx!riu;iy it n'mlf Jmot In i ru-.t r irt: a i i:i.' Hinnen t r--j;ts Hi " i , i .'i: i y T:kuv it l- t-TTHj . y. IT , ' .r l ? t .0 4. d.N;l?r 3 t'J :s.iauu&.' .ta.i.W.liWIMHI4ll i T it's T IT FH fe i It yu jir- r.r t:'vg trith fchrar-lm, J I.-i:vt . . .S-: n N 'rn'rl.v-Kil: t , 'i r - tr : : t. y I: : .-tl ' :-.....wr1t( to J j v-....;. - . t ,,q.rv: " fr';To:T frr cf or!',!TT Ilczcma and Pile Lure. T'ltrr. Know Inur wlmt It In to mif f.-r. I will Ml v I'll r.K C)l" rilAltOK, .u..n Brl n,,tl miiltii.M or r.iEfinii, Walt Kliciuii, Kr.vttiMln, l'lli-H iumI In Ih'iw-m. liiHtnnt n ll.f. .Uon't mi(fT lonnrT, write f MUUI DIM L1.V There i grc.it joy n Uutl.-r. 1 ...

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

The Tribune. Uko. r. Hixrf.bv, Nannie K. Ulvkkuy, llditora find ruMlnhcm. Bubacriptton priced 1.00 ixryenr. r.nkrd at the Klcta II 111 pot office a fnconJ clase matter. "What vro sow in the home and tbe school re roup in the nation." We get & Ursa number of ex changes from several (liferent states, representing all phases f political opinion, &nd yet but cue of them ever titters a word thit can . bo construed into an - attempt to iufluence judc or jury one way or another in the "IJoyer-navard cases now pend 'lag in Idaho. The ono and .the " c-nly tee that seems to attempt anythiajj. in tLia. line is; the Ap . "peal to Reason, at Girard, Kans. We ar? inclined to think it over docs tha matter and is doing its clients core barm than good. . "Who ire the railroad men that &ro kicking up sucli a muss about railroad legislation? ICame one of them if you can that was ever heard of prior to six or eight years aso.. -Wo venture there are not half a dozen men in Bates county, or t...

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. — 2 May 1907

Pe-ru-na Relieves Spring Catarrh. yi dora mTtrni. "Without hesitation write to thank you for tht great relief I have-found in your valuable metluifte, feruna, anil ti ill eall the attention of ail my friends tufTerinf with catarrh to that cut. Be tides I theer fully reiommtnd it to allsff fttinff uitk eatarrh in any form."- Mitt Dora Jlayden, Ssa 6th St., S. IV., H'athington, D. C. A Case of Spring Catarrh. Mr. N. T. Lawler. 423 J-tf N.Itroadway, I'ittsburjj, Kat. , writ: 'I.ast spring I caught a severe cold, which developed into S M'rionn raM of catarrh. I felt weak and sick, and could neither eat nor sleep well. "A member of cur club who had bwii eured of catarrh through the use of le runa advit-cd me to try it, and I did so at once. I expected help, but nothing like the wonderful chance fur the better I olcrvcd aiiuttftt xwa a I started tailing it. In three daya 1 felt much better, and with in. two week I vu in fine health. l'eruna ia a wonderful medicine." Pleased with th Prospe...

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. — 2 May 1907

THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES Ey MEREDITH NICHOLSON AmWr rf "THf "M f fHftCE," tilth IIANEMvM," lie. t4 rlf lu lw b; lbi-)lnntl .o. CHAPTER VIM. Continued. The ruau I was locking f--r came to the door quh-kly la response to nij knock. "Morgan " I began. "Vin't yon come In and rest your ie!f. Mr. Glenarm?" he Interrupted. "I reckon you're tired from your trip over " "Thank you, no," I snapped. 'Suit yourself. Mr. Glenarm" He pwmed to like my name and gave it a disagreeable drawling emphasis. Morpan, you are an infernal black guard. You have tried twice to kill ii is " "Me II call It that, If you like." and be grinned. 'Hut you'd better cut off one for this." He lifted the pray fedora hat from his head, and poked his finger through a hole in the top. You're a pretty fair shot. Mr. Glen arm. The fact about me Is," and he wirked, "the honest truth is. I'm all out of practice. Why. air. w hen I saw you paddling out on the lake this after noon I sighted you from the casino half a doien ...

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. — 2 May 1907

I PRISONERS. INDEED. . Romance Amid the Oringe Groves of Florida. Ttr XV. If. Wlnsiitw, late Acting Master, T.'nitcd States Navy. Mark I'olnt project a Into the St. J0I1H3 rivr, Florida, like an Index linger. It was heavily wooded, swampy in U:e Interior, and sandy along shore. During the civil war It was a peat with a sting of rifle bullets for the Cnlted LUates naval men who ventured within range. The little gunboat ia the ehan tiel occasionally swept Its thickets and t-p!tntered Its trees with hurtling grape shot and bursting shell, font the con federate) sharpshooters seemed to know when to rrawl Into their holes or to be absent at Gen. KtnueRan's camp, five miles away, and out of range of navaj puns. An oroiiKe plantation lay along the rivers bank above the point, and Its poldcn fruit and the hospitality of the planter's family were much appreciated 'jy the officers of the gunboat. An aged and feeble grandmother asked treat ment by the ship's surgeon; the plant er d'iFCiiKSfd w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 2 May 1907

THE TRIBUNE Nan n ik u. hi i kt.uv men mu . . Missouri The Straphanger In London. Willi the Introduction of tho Amerl ran electric railroad system In Gient firitalii, the straphanger at once loomed latge In the street car. The Englishman, as everybody knows, ob jects to being crowded, and so parlia ment has lieen called upon to end the straphanginft "nuisance." A bill ha been Introduced In the bouse of com mons, sajs Baltimore Sun, and 1 It Ig passed there will henceforth be no straphangers. The Englishman who rides in a street car will be sure of a seat. The aislea will be kept clear. There will be no overcrowding. In matters relating to their personal comfort Kngllstimcn seem to be very exacting. Why shouldn't the strap " hanger bo welcomed as a manifesta tion of the age of husfle, bustle and the dell take the hindmost? The Iindoners show how much they are behind the times when they insist upon excluding from a street car every person who cannot fret a seat. Tb?y are slow, very sl...

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

r SPRING GOODS! ! Summer weather E will bo upon us 3 with a rush soon l and right now is 3 J the time to prepare 3 ior it. 3 , 2 Wo have an excel- 3 lent lino of goods 1 for waists and E dainty dresses. Wo have lately added a dressmak ing department where you can get J prompt and effici- 3 I ent service in hav- 3 I these goods made 3 up. 5 Splendid new 3 E goods in all other 3 lines also. S. L AMES, PHONE WO. 116. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I -LOCAL BUIKFS. J Subscribe for Tue Tribune. Kami m Hie new b wire, Onr telephone t No 2. Geo. Copt-land has gone to Ar kansas to prospect for coal. Mrs. W. B. Dawtion came down from Butler Tuesday, to visit friends and relatives. Mr. Sam Lane was in the city Monday, seeing his wife off on the train for a visit ia Kansas. Guido Jaeger, the waterworks contractor, is spend ins several days visiting his family this week. Master Harry Barber came down from Butler latt Saturday and spent Sunday vHh his cous in Ross Jones. La it Saturday, Georgie Carr...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 2 May 1907

it ' i 1 o rti'irl ill- ).(, or i t fo t I I'.vr tit : n Ua frvrtvrl (ill li ' tunl.':, y I -r k, ImmMhm Opposito U. Li. K-.tont Of.ico WASHING! ON D. C. Read The Tribune. A. PROMPT, EFFECTIVE REiV.ZOY FC3 ALLFORMS OF OnEULlATISJ.l iMmhpgoi Pcfottcaj Hvwralglm, tUiinar Tri, Cxtmrrh, CiY3 QUICK REtSEF Applied en-rimliT It !Torflt ilmoit In ttaDt re Hcf from rua. tktlo pemianeut r.ill t am li'r j i-?t--ln tv tAicintr it In 1 IrrDfciiv. runTyir.f the Mfx1. tli'iTlrj tn poto!)out sut1tiicea reaicmc 11 trusataetirfeiwn. TEST IT FREE If yon r t!-r1ri with Khirriilsnv 1 ui for t-lal ct ' L :iuliN" uJ j Wil it J PURELY VCGETAEUE... f "S-DROPS'-ls rnt.ro'y free- cf p;-:ura. 1 cop;r.. iiii'rt.Luic, tol, UjUt.yju, 1 uutiiLei tiu. Urt.vl.t.utk J Large!., fl.tflc .'l.ril.VH-'ff.' LOW. luMtt Uiil.u THE RIGHT REMEDY FOR STCihUCH TROUBLES e.vs PEPSIA INDIGESTION ftlHeM. 114 Ttrrtlh. .M Ftrm.wlattttfe, l.t')rhl.r. li lerr1tr, I.I. Tin-, . i tiro. r!y uun a.i1v yo u tomarti EAY T TKF.-Qrif lt T ACT i...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 2 May 1907

nnn3 ii su)i! li J.L JiJliiii Li LL Ji ULLU U VOLUME 17 RICn HILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, Mv 2, 1907. RICH Mil Attention, Kurmern uixt Htnck - - rnlT. The celebrated Perchoon Stal lion 'CEASAR, and the Black Jack JOHN, will mnk'-tho o;so!i of 1907 nl the ummI iilin-f, Willow Grove farm, in the north wi-fd part of Rich Hill. Thsi. who patronize thorn will invito no mis takes as thir wilt will su w for themselves. . . Terms -f i) and t in sun1. J. C. Gkkjcs. We will ulve i.u tlv Tuiurxv. Rnd McCnJi's tuoZMu' r-ivymv for $1.00. Subscribe for The Tribune. Black Billy is the Spencer draft stallion. Hoe him. Ho i : the Gn.U of his cla-s i j IP vo HOST j f nt-i-it-il tin1 flrt time iw Sli-rliliif 'ii'nl viiii III r.-t Instiiiit nllif Tin j i.:i-.ii''-t livi-r tvuultitor A II I ci ii- (r ('onHiiiiiiloii. I jn-jif iii M'llnrln. ( liill, :id nil liver emu il'ilnt vir t' of Kinnrv. Trx-i. tvrilen: "My tvlft" lum Im-ii iiinir HitIiIiu- f.ir lierwlf it 1 ilillilr.ii fur tiv- yi'iirn. It N n min cntv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 9 May 1907

RICH i H JL Jiii Uj1 VOLUME 17 HICII HILL MISSOURI, TI1UI-. vDAV, MAY y, '007. SO. 35 ,r ,Y i TD T Tl"" TTT7' JriLJj Attention, Pxrinrm Hint Hiock-ralni-rn. . ly . Tlie celebrated 1Vh!m"i-! Stal lionlCEASAU. and 1;- I'.hu-fc Jack JOHN', will inal"H.e m i-mi of 1907 at the usual plae-, Wiilo.v .Grove farm, in tlit north west part of Rich Hill. Th- w'.o patronize tbeui will it...' no is, is ' tl takes as their colts w,;i s'.ow f. r themselves. Terms 59 and to ir.n-r. J. C. '' tc.es. . r". c?,,,. 1..,,', .1 1 horse so in:) three w..-h a: sinm- which time iie his be.-i .1:1 ib'o to leave his bed, much less to l hu farm work. This v U r neighbors turned u n. i i.--iv him a big lift by . plov.-hig his ground-. Adrian Jmt ' 9 '"ff Vl- .:" .V ' PMMihwlnnk.i el 1bii trira Mrr)' TWO. fk! Vm Ei wtiiun (it fcf' r reel ltl 4 ri !.. 4" vmmmjf M lrk WiTIlllcClUI.O,litM OOOO fro 000000 oooo? c .icoo j 000 .-G o The Kansas City Th most conuh-i intelligert'.y w' i dract.cji f.trnvr lunsiv? f."i 1-rrr...

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. — 9 May 1907

i - ' ' 6 V XrY'A'' t bedl Aim- 'upnn.vern--'-J5..rrtfXShT'bh otlnlelillon of Oeo. r. Hvkfhy, raitora nnd rubllnbcr. gi Bybwrirtlon prior'! 1.00 perJTTr. Enfcwd at the Rich Hill pot oftfce m ocotid class matter. MosC miners HuU"pay' in pockets. Tho pocket'Jofj-tht? people Ex v t'1 tial L. dicr t : Tiimr- t'c-rr l .ve i. Tjuilteii i v. i", , u.iirt-tuat' the. r " .-aviilc negro" sol- Even Canadali. ea.nvCii&iui-. flay laws "go" hard tHat. it .js aid to be dlECulu U t-y ancrspfv on Sundayr f -If' .' ;: . . Tho presidential "outlook- at present IsttiVrdedTr-ft-jta the Republics.:! . 16, : nd c ry "Bry- tn-y on tb I; -30 r r. f Ac, , - ir rfw 4 W. f . JX,0W) immigrants in' one day Sam to twat,?w'f-xehe f take? iV just the &ib'o"aiiJ sLerasto grow tat on it.-' ; f. $ $ ? -The i bristling. ever Bottling on thorn and only for the purpose or selling out to some land grabber tor forty or fifty dollars is a swindlo upon its face hence the trouble for those' gentlemen whether quilty of...

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. — 9 May 1907

AT ONCE AN INFANT AND GROWN WOMAN PERPLEXITY IN WHICH KISS MABEL MERCER OF PITTS BURtf IS INVOLVED FIGHTS FOR HER FREEDOM Laws of Pennsylvania Place Her Under Father's Con trol, But in New York She Is Her Own Mistress Daring Escape from Insli tution in Which She Had Been Confined Ward of H. C. Frick Involved in Romantic Story. New York drown woman In New York, infant In Pennsylvania. Miss Mabel Mercer has decided that she want to stay In th metropolis. Khe thinks that the laws of the Em plre Btate plve her a better chance than those of William Penn old tale. As lone as she stays in New York she Is perfectly safe from cn; ture by her father, who put her In the Country home, at C.ermantown. Pa., the other day. because she wants to be independent. Mis Mercer Is Just turned IS. Here the law ays that a woman of IS is of ae. In Pennsylvania a father Is be married. Put Mr. Frl It and Cap tain Mercer caught them before the knot was tied and Ml Mercer had to (to home like a dtiilful little d...

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. — 9 May 1907

THEJTRIBUNE h A ."v. N I K U. hits. KKV. " ttlCH UIUr- MISPOl'IU Entitled to Job. All Munich was astonnded the other day to wake tip and find the city 1 !.' ar(Jwj lrh legend whlrh rd hs follows: Without A Ileal. It Is No t-'se." For a whole 24 hours the ciil tens wondered what this could tDMti. The next lay the legend was replaced with signed announcement that the advertiser desperately In need of employment as a clerk or office man ager, and that, la his despair, he had bit u;tn this way jo? attracting atteti tics: to his needs. As his money was Bow ail ftone, he tiopcd tbst some kind boarted person w hose attention fc night have attracted would give hint employment without loss of time. "Without a head." he explained, "it's o use trying to work; bnt you can not have a head -unless yon also have stomach, and food to pot Into it.1 Wheihcr this Ingenious advertiser ob tained "the 'Work he desired does not tpl-ear. for Munich paieru are too In dignant oer "wiiat they -consider the fC...

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. — 9 May 1907

The Small Buyer of Paint who Mies care that the Dutch toy trAio mark, shown below, aj'pcin on every keg of white lead he vj, is perfectly pro tected; as perfectly as if he were a railroad official buv-ing hundreds tuf tons, and with a corjs of cJ.en.itj at his Lck to Bee that no adulterant is palmed off on l.im. Pure White Lead and Tore Linseed (J:l are absolutely Dec enary to gocxi SEND FOR BOOK "ttiltnl thl " I. i.v.i.J.. irf-.r- .O' It.. ttt "l t-ul lra CD 1A? V' m - NATIONAL LEAD CON5PAXV tl Clii. 14 Rfurftj . wT-r. twi. Buff a. Cltl.n). 4fcikik J koT 1 1r 'iu fctt MKWi I lit A Oil SEEDING) COMMENCED IN WESTERN CANADA. TEN YEARS OF PAIN. Her Chief Worry. "Will, i-oor phi," fsid M-.a. Marryat, "you have teen married" Just Ion r.oi:Rh now to beein to nrikii( your litis! ard's bhoru-onj!r.r " "Y s." re.ied young Mrt. Gail"y, "but his short comings don't bother rne as much as bia long Koir.g3 and tj insa." The extraordinary pojmlarl'y ct fins while good this summer makes the choke o...

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. — 9 May 1907

THE HOUSE OF A THG'USAND CANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Aoitinr .1 "THE "MI ffU!ir." mM HAHtlOJt." tit. COJ'jrmtit I lij fcobtt-rrit!i to. CHAPTER IX. Continued. I had worked myself into a jrreat passion and fairly ronred my chal lenge, pounding the table In my rage. "Yes, Fir; I quite understand you, sir. Put I'm afraid, sir " "Of course you're afraid!" I shouted, enraged anew by his halting speech. "You have every reason in the world to be afraid. You've probably heard that I'm a bad lot and a worthless ad venturer; but you can tell Sister The resa or Pickering or anybody you please that I'm ten times as bad as I've ever been painted. Now clear out of here!" I knocked about the library all morn ing without easing my spirit, and after luncheon I went off for a tramp. Winter had indeed come and pos - teased the earth, and it had given me a new landscape. The snow continued to fall in great, heavy flakes, and the ground was whitening fast. A rabbit's track caught my eye and I followed...

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. — 9 May 1907

U.S r 5 v 4 ?"v 2 ! Bumnierweather': -with ay! rush - soon i N v p ana . :ngn y . now-, is j( I'NEtVi n tirrm tAnrpnrirfl 2 ; rvifc., .. , r . . . 2 E.We have an excel- 3 lent line of goods 3 I for waists and dainty dresses. 3 t ' We "'have lately added a dressmak- J i . . , . 3 ins department 2 :; where you can get 5 - T 'nrnrrrnt and effiCl ! V t j. ' 'i i.nP 3 - -ent service m hav- fcv J , , , 3 these gOOdS made 3 Splendid new 3 goods in, all other 4 lines also. S. L" AMES, 6AZAR. PH05E KO. xi6. ' LOCAL BHIKKS: J - Subscribe for Tufi Tiuucne. . , SeaAiMth? iww'ii b w iiv. Our . UlrphoiM U N'- 13. Geo. Bargesser, of Tapinsville . .was ia the city Monday. Orvillc Steandsbury, of Butler spent Sunday with relatives and friends in this city. Mrs. Mary J. Hail, of Carbon Center was inthocity last Satur day looking after pension matters Mrs. Lewis Carr and little . daughter, of Tittsburg, Kas., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs John Farrer. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cox came over from Lall...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 9 May 1907

prompt It otMnln I). ft fctfl Fmrrtrn rf JrU U ion fctif h- lid m-1, ts-4-u nhoiot't invt-ntM frertwrf. on Tt n',l-iijiY. for fraj tm Ho to fw-crcT I ? I V1? ns Opposite U. ti. latent J:ic WAinlNLrUN U. U. Bead The" Tribune. f ' l. iW I A flOWPT, IFFfCTIVB ; PmtoHam, fvartgtm. A tutV irmm fm, Vt turrit. - IMIJMM mm Lwnwa 4 CIVCS QUICK RELIEF L; A wiled xMrntlly It sflonls slmest la- ;iiNimim irxHH I4in. mw m i mult r be'ng cBvcd by ttklnc U lo- 1 1 W poiaoooaa mbauuicesaa temovuif It j TEST ST FR It ' Laoobaea. So.imIc. NH.'ra:tfih. fcuioff 1 Troubicrn- s-.l-.ViiS !v wrltato PURELY VEGETABLE ,,S-ROS" ti entirely trt of ultra. oaeciDa. montilne, tloobo' l&udasttsi, ao4 ulttr tini.tM Inrmliccti. Luc td't.iii(ip'(irtiiiii Si., f arSalcfer DrankH rrmc Bstsrxno cast cobpaii, Vl-7 m; pfocnptlj tun r rr i T?-i i i tti i n tmai ii THE RIGHT REMEDY FOR STOMACH TROUBLES DYSPEPSIA INDIGESTION" A TliiAI. WILi. CMV1KCS t0 reirc ceits WAXSOIB O.CO ,HtlM.,CIUCAOO, IU. Slitsooti rvlflo Time Car...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 16 May 1907

TO jiiaLia r .i t J. 11 . A VOLUME 17 RICH HILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1907. ro. 37 TT75 ti t ii vuLloi. iliiiUL ii i i W .A. Mtluir lates of Court, Circuit court meet in ButlT 1t Monday In Fehrunry. Mny ninl October. (Jounty court imrta 1st Monday in Febranry, May, August ami No rem ler. Probate court rniftu 2ml Monlny lu February, May, Augunt anl November. Meetings of Township Hoard. Flrwt VciiiioJiiy utter first Tuea dny la April. Flrnt Tuwdny after flit Monday In July. Third Monday of November of each year at office of thu towualilp clerk. Friend mid subscribers to thi paper conftr a favor upon u by ordering their legal nuticit printed in this paper. Thcv can thin see for themselves whether the notice lire correct or not. Twi II 'Hfif, Two Wives. A remarkable court decision in a bigamy case lias been handed down at Perugia, Italy, where Charles Bailor!, n tailor, who ac quitted of the charge of having tw wives on tV ground that he has twi hearts. Four physicians testified t...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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