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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 30 May 1907

S111 111,1 1 1 1 THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Ailhor ! "TtT W1 CHANCE." ZILDA BAH RHUS," tic. tororitftti 1Mb by b"tauW.rrlll Co. CHAPTER XI. Continued. "Well." he exclaimed, "this has been very pleasant, lint I must run. I have. Just been ovor to sec Morgan, the caretaker, at the resort villace. The poor fellow accidentally shot him self yesterday cleaning hla pun or snniethinR of that sort, and he has an ti&ly holo tn his arm that will shut Mm up for a month or worse. He pave me an errand to do for him. He's a conscientious fel'.jw and wished me to wire for him to Mr. Pickering that he'd been hurt, but was attending to his duties. Pickering owns a house at the farther end of the colony and Morgan has charpe of It. You know Pickering, of course?" I looked my clerical neighbor straight in the eye, a trifle coldly, per haps. I was wondering why Morgan, with whom I had enjoyed a duel In my own cellar only a few hours before, should lie reporting his Injury...

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. — 30 May 1907

fTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTlfTTf -i What Make of SHOES Do You Wear C If you have never tried ours -4 you should do so at once. 3 Notice ouv display of low J shoes and then come in and let us tell you all about them. " , We have new Spring ard Summer goods in every 1 department. Kew hats, 2 new collars,new belts, j new gloves, and in fact, new every- 2 thing that you 5 might mentions 3 We can fit you out from 3 head to toe in BRAND NEW j apparel. 3 S. L AMES, BAZAAR. 3 PHONE NO. u6. 3 f LOCAL BRIEFS. g I have a ?w tli.cjs;cJ dollm to loan on easy terms on good farm property. II. P. Robinson. Rev. Dr. J. II. Miller returned Monday night from Kansas City, where ho completed arrange ments for the removal of his family to that city about Juno 1st. Dr. Miller and family have made many friends during their residence here, all of whom re gret to see them go away, but wish them prosperity and hap piness in their new home.--Nevada Herald. Rev. A. E. Ryan with a lot of schoolteachers, Profs. Robinson...

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. — 30 May 1907

S. JO'' i I '' miEULlATlSn fjrfcB'o Scltmt Ufpslmt Atttmm Lmttridpm GIVES QUICK RELIEF Applied extmm;y H anrflt tlrnnst In iutnt rrlirt (ifwn fn. K'.ile mn.sr-'nt rfM! ' p r--.--'r rl- ou'l by tai.tni? n In Vriron.wrH vmtf inn l.Jo.n1. ltv virir Vh poioooui to oi&uce luiU rtaiQiiit U irom uio intern. ! TtST IT FRfC If too r untTorlrj wHh Kfc'Wtriel'-ri. I.umhftfd, rv-iTin. Kfurt.ia, K1.T' Tioulni or any kir.dr-il 1 -. write to 0 f or a trlsU bolUS fit ' fc-iiiOib." Mid It fOUIMif. PURELY VEGETABLE "-DRf h ratin-t f rte t)f rrt!t)ro. eorir morphine, alcohol. Uudwtum, iodothertiiiitisikr infrrfierita. Lrl Hattt. ll.ItHO D-( IVm .w. k rmi 1 twmO IriFCSATiO CCCICCSFMT, j "4 I THE RIGHT REMEDY FOR STOMACH ThOUULES dvspep:si'a lUDIGEGTIOn Pttl , ft4 k, AeM TrwMtatlwK, H4- fcM In tMaMc h. llmrttitrK, fr t. T y ra, firniupUy aum f. -i1t-' n it- MttaM- uHUni Kfttiin la rrj'.rt erf St. trd pfMeytiou mrr t-tii .) tVtfaahC-, b4 0U-r EAT T TlfTR-rirK TO ATT A IttlAX JLL Vlt fSlCK ft CKHT rv ...

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. — 6 June 1907

EMM 1L; 1U1U .u. VOLUME 17 RICH HILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, J USE 6, 1&07. 30. 41 JLlaLJo Decoration Dny Exercises. The observance of Decoration The Rtrcot fair officials met Day morning exorcises was in- last Friday night and transacted terfored with by a continuous sorn important business, rain, no that pa it of the program i Hurley Lentz was appointed aS was delegated to a committee of superintendent of the agricul tbe G. A. 11. Post. The graves tural department. E.G. Moudy 'were appropriately decorated, will have charge of the poultry notwithstanding the rain. At 2 department. Geo. B. Dowell was o'clock in the afternoon, order was carried out in accordance with the published program. The choir or the Walnut Stie t M. E. Church furnished the mu- sic for the occasion. !TevTT.i. Ge, a veteran, opened tha meeting with prayer. IIm.- L. M Griffith delivered a Abort and appropriate address, followed by n original poem by M. L. Fry, an old army comrade. Hon. J. K. Martin was next in- I...

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. — 6 June 1907

The Tribune. UlTKkHY & lIl tKKDV,- rul'llnbl'Vll. Ci.ai pe A. ItitowM, F.ditor. Subscription price fl.00 per year.' Entered at tho Hlch Ilitl post oft'.ce ns eecond class matter. Th Tribune. " Tho appointment of Goo. Work has begun on the Alaska-Yukon-Facific exposition to be held in Seattle, Wash, in 1900. The Haywood case drags its slow length along. The jury has been selected and the real work of investigation will soon begin, The extra session of the Legis lature cost $75,000. Any tax payer who discovers any tang iblo benefits from it will please inform us "iinegiately." The TiUBCNE will support Taft or Cannon or Fairbanks or Root or Shaw, or any other roan the Republicans will nominate next year for the presidency. They are all good. Cannon is right; don't tinker with the tariff until after the next presidential election. The peo ple know when they are well off and they believe in letting well enough alone. The death of Mrs. Ida McKin ley, widow of our beloved, mar tyred Pr...

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. — 6 June 1907

n; fe fer Praia? Jhe Growing List of Women Who Marry Men Many Years Younger Than Them seives Seems to Show that Charms Are No ' Longer Certain to Wane Beyond Forty Five and Even Fifty. New York. Is there ever a time In m woman' life when tbe Mislblllty of romance U dead? Is her heart ever to Cupid a ahafls? What Is a woman's prime of life, anyway? These lire sr!ous questions. They have been as'scd slnc the beginning of time; doubtl. ss they will be Ri,ked to Us ere!. I "ttt never lias an answer b-en mere in!i.'!ii!y demanded than right now in this twentieth century. Prae l; il Hi it is, these limes are tar fro:u Ix'ias s'.. .rn of romance. l:i youth. In ag. woman's iiowor of loiliig (seem always Just the same, fine day we have maidenly May msr rr. ir.i hi ary bearded Itecembor. Next we Lave mustached Slay the blushing t: l-!"Sroi:n of motherly iWcmber. It Is ail the same the only s-afe answer t' the question is that there doesn't stv.ii to be any woman In the world nlvj ran finally ...

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. — 6 June 1907

THE TRIBUNE KANMK It. ( I hKin! i 1 ", TtlCH Mil.! .... MISSOURI Departmentary Commicsioners. Tho most pctisiblo and btislnes.-llke plan !s that of tho lnterlate com merce commission providing fur de partmcnf ary romnrfsRloners at places remote from Washington. Vndor the old regime, tn which the commission era themselves traveled all over the country to hear complaints many of them of comparatively small conse quence the .hipping Interests suf fered Intolerable delays. Many months often Intervened between hearings on the name complaint. Inquiries were Interrupted by the multifarious de mands on the lime of the commission ers, and business suffered corresiond Jr.gly. While all the plnns for the new regime have not been completed, it Is expected, pays System Magazine, that the departmentary commissioners will lie assigned to groups of states remote from Washington, and that of fices will be opened In such cities as Chicago, fit. Ixiiiii. San Francisco and St. Paul. The deputy commissi...

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. — 6 June 1907

Happenings When 8 Jo Issued Money Th re ns a tl.no hii PL JunpiIi lsu(l lis own iiHiiii y, anil It tllj a float d'ul for Vt-ais to nuike liiisl lit gMHl In olil 8t. Ju Thi" Unxrttn flvi-H sum dt'lulU of It h p-di-miilion: "Only $: of the original 1100.000 IhhumJ t y tho iltjr of St. Ji.ki ,!i In t!.e jar ls?8 ait city scrip hn rt-O.-'-nnJ by tho city iiitniitrolli-r timing ttn finch I year IS' 7. Assistant C'lly Comptroller Lew is Klron said thiit the books In the eoupl roller's office thow that there 1st mill outstanding t4,U0 of the or iginal $liit,r.ii(i. All of th three hills rtd"'md In tiie last finchl year vre In a very lil:iilil.ited condition and one could erareely tie deFltaati-d us to denomination. I mill lx? rciiiem-lier-'l Hint (icn. ,1am Oral?, who was city comptroller from 1SS5 to 1SS7 frustrated an effort to have a rev la ui made, so the roUt d money was kept In cironl lion. During the years and l.MG ft'.o.oon of the monev was taken u;i by the city. All of th" city iw...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 6 June 1907

v 1 THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES Cy MEREDITH NICHOLSON An'h.r cl lT. rmNCt," ZEIDA DAMtgUN," tii. Irtr5mirit I, by tulttil,-rnil 14. CHAPTER XII. Continued. "But I suppose the Sifters are awful ly strict" ' They're hideous, perfectly liide- OJ8." ""Witt 10 I your home?" I demanded. "Chicago, Louisville, Indianapolis, Cin cinnati, perhaps?" "Humph, yoti are dull! Ton ought to know from my accent that I'm not from Chicago. And I hope I haven't a Kentucky girl's air of waiting to be flattered to death. And no Indianapo lis girl would talk to a slrauge. man At the cde of a deep wood in the jrray twilip.ht of a winter day. that's fmm a book; and the Cincinnati girl is with out my elan, esprit, whatever yon Hesse to rail It. She has more Teu tonic repose, more Grotchen of the Rhine valley about her. Don't you adore French, Squire Glenarm?" she concluded, breathlessly, and with no Taise in her quick step. "I adore yours. Miss Armstrong." I asserted, yielding myself further to the Joy of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 6 June 1907

TVTTYTTTTTTTr TTTTTV fTTYTTT 5 What Make i of SHOES I Do You WeaiJ 2 E If you hare never tried ours you should do so at once. 3 Notice our display of low shoes and then come in 3 and let us tell you all about them. 2 Wa have new Spring and Summer goods In every ; department, New-hats, new collars,new belts, new gloves, and in fact, new every thing that you might mention. can fit you out from Money o 1oati. I cava a few thousand dollars to loan on easy terms on good farm property. .' SIL P. Robinson. Wa head to toe in BRAND HEW 1 4 2 apparel. S. L. AMES, 6AZAAR. PHOIfE HO. 116. ' Tho present question before the peoplo here is, "Where will we celebrate the fourth of July?" or "Shall we have a celebration here?" No action has been tak en as yet and it is not known what will be done, but a reliable committee should be appointed to look after this. Butler will not celebrate and a Rood crowd would be in evidence from other places, if something guaranteed could be arranged for. Mr. II. C. ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 6 June 1907

A PROMPT, tFFfcCTIVH RRMKOY PORl.trOR!fl5 0F RnEOQYilSL Lmmtao, Satattcm, Htrlnvf Intuhfa, Clalmrrh, Amftimm mnd Lmfirlpitm GIVES QUICK RELIEF, . APTiltcd nH't-nvi rt "onl ltrft In stant rellf from l"i;n. i.iio r-'i .ffiteht n-uits r lx'ini r:l .vied by Wl.li It In temftlij. rurlfrlnt the blood, iits.'lvlni lh poisonous subsuuicctnj removiotf II friHuUieMSK-m. . TEST IT FRES ? nnbwo, J-ri&tlra, NVnrftl.-lii, Kulury Trouble or ny lintirel oif-, wrlw o ut f-.rs trml home of ' -JUi.(,TS." Slid lest It; ouroeiL PURELY VEGETABLE "a-DROPS" rr.tirrly fre of or!m. eoriD uiorrMne, sloov-ol, latklaiiuui. THE RIGHT nrriEOY FOR STOMACH TR0USL3 DY8PEP.QSA inoiGESTion Ftllliwm, R4 Brlk. Art FreattaftMt, f L-Iansr. n tiMM.r4i. II - rt be ins, 4 i.-. 1 imy ivm:jt:y fciii, ;: if v r , n in t.a j. ji Strait fnsT rrir In rrvlt O'l ftaute aw4 poitontu mUr, baalix Cw fU4-k aus, 04v fat io T4Kf:-orTric to act A TRIAL V ILL 4VA ll vtf J liK E. frO I T To PT frT All Irrr1t tWANSCtNB C.CO ,lLi6t.,CU:CAG...

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. — 13 June 1907

lit )li J : I IflL HAL 3 t iiJiiUUiLd VOLUME 17' RICH HILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUTiE 13, 15.07. SO. 41 ( '- CHaW M-on Mill ill ill I s BIG DRAINAGE DITCH. What Other Paper Have to Say About the Work. The Ploas.mton Observer and the Kansas City Slsr reprinted an article concerning the river drainage ia Bates County, Mo., together with tho cut showing the course of operations, propos ' ed changes, etc. Tliey were la vish in their praises of the work. The Observer says that a similar ditch would probably bo dug through Linn County should the work here bo successful. The articles reprinted showed that Hates County had often ranked second in the product inn j of corn, notwithstanding the con stant overflows which destroyed 11 . ........ ..t UiUUSUIlUS IU UVIf 1 VOID, tit., 1 and prevented a full crop. The!01 Witnesses had been summoned soil is rich, due to the constant ' X)Z both the plaintiff and defend overflows, yet tho. periodic flood.- ants.- Nevada Herald. ing of the land is tho on...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 13 June 1907

: i:vm. The Tribune. J!t KKHY UlTkMiY, ruMlnluT8. Ci.achk A. Knows, Kdltor. Subscription ir!co $1.00 jut yen r. r.ntorwl at tlio UUh Hill lost tiil'iio u? Bi-coml rlnws matter. Now is tho time for prospect ive candidates to agree to accept the nomination for presidency if it offered them. Thf neskv littlo J;iP3 seem to be looking fr trouble. They rr.isht vt have ns easy a time with the United States as with Ilussia. Missouri has just reasons for being proud of her fine public schools and colleges. When thev are cone, there are no more. Independence. Mo. was visit ed by a shower of fish Sunday It looks like they might have been distributed around instead of one towu hogging the lot. General Kuroki would have had mighty poor eyesight if he had failed to notice that Ameri can women were pretty, lie is only one of the great number that hasnoticed it. A special election was held in Butler Tuesday, for the office of assessor. The Republican nom inee was elected by 31 majority. Another ins...

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. — 13 June 1907

STORY OF GEN. SHERMAN. How H Helptd Youthful Illinois Farmer Sea Hi Boyish Hero. It la not always the Rrcat thlnys lti'ti do that keep their memory alive. Frequently It is gome Kluan act of kind limits, some pleasant speech or manly court. sy, which remains Irs the minds of those who knew them. So In Illinois there Is a young man who thinks of Gen. Sherman not as -Old Tecumseh." the soldier, victor In strenuous campaigns, sayg the Youth's Companion, but as a kindly, rouh beanlod old gentleman who carried him over miles of mad on his lap in order that at the end he nilRht really see his boyish hero, the soldier. It was In the early rn. The county la which the boy lived was to dedicate a soldiers' monument on Memorial V 1 if. J. I i I. " L ' V -"'V-' -" - So on Memorial Day He Had to Pull Weeds. day. Gen. Pherman and Gov. OWby were to be the two speakers of the oc casion. From where the Ikv Uved it was sit m:!cs to the county seat. Ilo had t) walk the distance. Hut wnrti of nil misf.-...

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. — 13 June 1907

mm THE niCH HILL TRIBUNE Urt'KKHY & JU'CKEHY, Publishers. CLAIDT-: A, UHOWN, Editor. men hill. ".TT77. . Missouri. Ingenious But Not Inventive, Women have Croat Ingenuity la adapting old cont rlvancos to now ends, ut little power for Inventions. Tha patent office at Washington contains, U bo uuro, many models from femt line hands, some useful and mrao fan tlc. For example, one woman who sishc-d to combine pardoning and poultry-raising Invented an anti-scratchlng iH'MancG for the feet of her hens; but t Is to be feared the condition of the .'caihered flock suffered from lack of Jicir customary relish of worms. Most f the popular and effective convent, nces of personal and domestic life lave been made by men. A woman ran do more things with a hairpin .ban a man could ever accomplish. She rill pick a lock, extract a bean from t baby's car or nose, run a string Into i curtain, hang a picture or button her joots with the useful hairpin. Rut In ipite of the frantic demand for a prac j...

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. — 13 June 1907

The worst tMng about roniroon I Happenings in Missouri. Long Delayed Letttr. When Professor Alliun Stewart m In (lie CdlaiiRKoH Inlands, 111 1'JOt., jatU MliiK iq.eclmoiia fur Kansas Mat. uni versity, tlx vessel Ktu(i)M-iJ at I'ostof offl( Buy ami lio iiiiilloit a letter ttinp to Ills nioiher. In O'.lessu. l'rf f('!iir Hewnrt Is In rerelpl of word from Ills niolli.r that tti' litt.r li j Jti.-t ticcti tei.lviil. Tlie Gal.iiniK'H Islamls art- fcltiiad'J off tin' West coast cf tioir.h Atnetici anil off the track of regular vvk'1, the ' ainei h fuux fast of tin tn unj tin? balling vHcli west. Some years bko a Hiltish man of war placed a barrel iioii a I"st In j a llttl. hay and any passim; vevsels . Kti) to take the mall from the barrel. ThU criult? poFtofflce fias ptven th? name of the hay which Is known as j Postoffic hay. The letter left in tnv barrel hy Prof-or Stewnrt October 1, lSi5. remained there until February 22. I?'1;, when It was tnk'Tt ont by a paM-lug yacht. Thk letter wa...

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. — 13 June 1907

1! THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES Br MUREDITH NICHOLSON Aoihor l "THF. nil fHOlCt." ZELDA UAHtliON." lie. CHAPTER XIII. Continued. "Yhr, and hi hit dip over the head wi'h a rhi!). It was his Indiscretion, sir. li' wanted to go through the 11 liraiy i;i l-rcad daylight, and It wasn't any n.;o. anyhow. There's nothing I here." ' r;ut I don't like the looks of this -1il!(i:;:ijt. .Yojgan's sick and out of his I'e-id. Hut a fellow like Morgan isn't l!S-"c:y to Fluwt himself accident aV.y. a;.d now that it's done the work's RtTpic- and the time 13 rumiln? on. What t'.a you think Glenarm sus T?ct3?" "I cr. .:'l (!!. Fir. hut yiiahty little. I s'.i.v.iNJ v-ay. The shot"throui;h the nir, I ;t,- llio C"?t night hf was here So.;iioi f sV.ae him a trifle, but he's c,.i!:e settled lu r.ow. I should say, sir. T!i;,r s'.iot ot Morgan's was a c:-'it aki". Tho young gentleman Ufc't to he f.ishtend away as easily as irat." '.Ver;.'n's a fool. Hut what Is Glen-a-m Uir:?? He probably doesn't sjH'nd m...

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. — 13 June 1907

I s TTTTIfTTTfTTTTTTTTTTtTYTTTT What Make 3 of SHOES E 3 E Do You Wear? - If you have never tried ours you should do so at once Notice our display of low shoes and then come in and let us tell you all about them. Money to IAn. I have a few thousand dollars to loan on easy terms on good farm property. II. P. Roblnsoi. Spring m every We have new Summer goods department. Ifew hats, new collars.new belts, new gloves, and in 4 and 3 fact, new every thing that you might mention. We can fit you out h head to toe in BRAND NEW apparel. 4 4 from 3 4 J. A. Trumbrll, carpenter, ! painter and musician, departed I for Butler yesterday noon to make some ealculatious on the mammoth auditorium he bu posted b ereeted in Central Park, with a Keating capacity of $,000 people. He thinks Rich Hill wocld become a second Kan sas City and the merchants would be unable to attend to tho business this enterprise would occasion. It surely is a compli cated scheme or air castle, we don't know which. Among the Ka...

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. — 13 June 1907

I li A An mm w 1 ft ounce of Pro- vcrilion is worth a Doimd of Cure. li :.! ft A lj worth tto io cnc3 health than anv othrr modlcine known. I- Tici r-"!irptcrrftch v.ilh arsenic, ctoinrl, quinine ana 1.-V.;iIta:.o do f-v.--icm, karlna symptoms tht it takos year to cl T.-jt-i. ticrCo lg purely veritable containing oouiiag 4 , A JT A- ;-.:r! .thkJ 1j a pcnUj fcarmlcss purgative. C n. T. fftj5T tUfNili-'AUUIM. CHILLI Ait UiAO FEVER, DYSPEPSIA, MALA RIA AND ALL LIVER COMPLALNTS. Decs More Than We Claim. l?n C. j.rorr is.m, Ilij-imrtre, II. wrlts: "I have used f evrn.I bottlo3 cf Jiorbine myself and havoadvUwxi Et'Tcral cf in.v f rion'la to uso same I ha.ro found it to b tua Ik-6 n)'J:cino iur the liver I ever used. XtacUgenfc ly iu tho s vno tirco thoroughly." PLEASING PRICE 5oc HARMLESS Bollard Snow Liniment Co. ?2lh501 North SccoaJ Street. ST. LOUIS, MO. L Ji.: Sold and Recommended by OPERA DRUG STORE. o o o o o o o a o o o o o o o - a o 8 o o o o o o o o o o a o o o o D 0 o Take Your...

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. — 20 June 1907

mmw I -A H! ! UIJLC14 VOLUME 17 RICH HttL MISSOUki, THURSDAY, JUfE ao, 1&07. KCT CCMI0 MIX mnm gv&iavys. GOOD MWS. a my rums TO) 7T1 u)TT T1T7TTJ i i r l i i . i i i i -LL ii VLJLiL-y X J JJo Everybody Boost for a A'ttk of Homt Coming this Fill. The Tribune bu apian ibtt night be of interest to the citi zens of this city. It would de ire to have a wck in the near future devoted to honiecoroers, such as is done in many towns throughout the country. The population of this town is constantly changing. Many who left here years ago, return. Others who are now in other places would enjoy a week among old friends and acquaintances. This has been tried with suc cess in other places and it cannot be estimated how much good a thing of this kind will do. The business is increasing, our town is becoming mora beautiful and attractive and Rich Hill people are gifted with entertaining fac ulties unknown in other places. Now let's have a home coming week. The railroad rates have made it poa...

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