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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 4 July 1907

THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES ' . ' - , ,. Ey MLREDITH NICHOLSON Aalhar at "TFP HiH f lU.JCE." ZILD4 BAMEJON." tic CHAPTER XVI Continued. 'Pray do not trouble about it. Sis ter Theresa. There are a good many things about my pi aiidoUtier's affairs that I don't understand, but I'm not going to nee an old friend of his swin dled. There's more in all this thaa appears. My grandfather wms to have mislaid or lost most of his anteU fcefore he died. And yet he had the -reputation of being 'a pretty cautious business man." "The impression Is abroad. yon roust know, that your grandfather con cealed his fortune before his death. The people hereabouts believe bo; and Mr. Tickerlng, tho executor, baa been unable to trace it-" "Yea, I believe Mr. Tickertns has not been abie to solve the problem," I said and laughed. "Out, of course, you and he will co operate in an effort to find the lost projerty." She bent forward slightly; her eyes, as they met mine, examined me with a teen interest. "Why s...

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 July 1907

VTTTTTTTTTTtTTrTTTTTTTTTtT Wo lmvo tlio finest 3 lino of 3 WASH DRESS GOODS In the c ity that wo are. Belling very cheap. Come in and 2 t Lay Vcur r cur Ih cf j July Drtss Now. 2 Our Black Dross department is com plete in Money to lxuu. I have a few thousand dollars to loan on easy farm property, terms on good II. P. Robinson. 3 4 i t Voiles, Panama, Chiffon, Lcrtnto, Sicillion and many other fabrics that will make tine skirts to nr in full Knits. Te sure and look at E Oar Line of Shoes 3 before buying. If you have never worn a White House Shoe, try them and know what it is to have your feet com fortable. Buster Brown Shoes for the Boys and Girls. American Beauty Corsets will make American Beauties of all the ladies that wear these corsets. S. L AMES, bzjur. PHONE NO. 116. Dr. I. F. Marqnia, of Balm, has decided to locate at Uich Hill. (For many years Dr. Marquis has been a successful physician in this county. As a citien he took an active part in ail move ments for public good. Reg...

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. — 4 July 1907

r i . snow . LINIMf NY KING OF THEM ALL Health is More Than Vcallli BALLARD'S I SMOW f LINIMENT AND von will nlwy liv pood health. 'What la more to a man ihan pood health? All (lie money In i world can't makfl hpp!n"s whfro liralt.li is unknown, Ballnrd's Snow Unlmciit I TflPC Rheumatism, Cuts, Burns, Sprains, Neursljtfa, Ll I vPSor"- St'f' Join. Contracted Muscles, Lame One Who Knows. J. O. Scott, RftltLalteCitT, Tlah. writes; " I cannot' too hiirhlr praise your J?iia,rU's Snow Liniment lor the rulief of acut rheumatism, canned by sudden chanfra and exposure to the -w eather. I alo recommend your Hallard's Horeln.und Syrup lor coughs and colds, i These used topMher defy all rain. GET T1IS OCNUINI2. Three Sizes 23c, 50c, $1.00 Ballard Snow Liniment Co. 500-502 North Second Street, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. LOCAL HArPENIXOS. 2 Sold and Recommended by OPERA DRUG STORE. The Secret of A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION Now Revealed FREE What beauty is more desirable1 than an exquisite complexion and I e...

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 July 1907

FT) TTTN' MJ1 lJi 1ST! VOLUME 17 RICH HILL MISSOURI, TIIUF.iDAY, JULY it, 1907. 10. 45 r n i mm fn-ro-Q TfTELW TT-Tl ' V t V f LOCAL BRIKFS. 1 ! Sunday was a beautiful day, although rather warm to st.it about much. ' The addition to the Christian church is rearing completion, and will be a splendid improve ment. A small crowd of Rich Hill young folks spent Sunday after noon at the dredge boat near Pap inville. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mill and daughter, Miss lona, of Apple ton City, spent the Fourth of July in Rich Hill. Misses Flo Miller and Retta Forrer departed Friday noon for Kaos City, on a few days' visit to relatives and friends. Frank Wilson, formerly of the New Home neighborhood but now of Iowa, is in the city on a visit to homefolks and old friends. II. G. Stephens and Tamil', who have been visiting relatives in this city, returned to their home in Kansas City Sunday noon. Mrs. Jos. Higgins departed for Colorado Springs Saturday noon on a trip for 'he benefit of her j health. She w...

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. — 11 July 1907

The Tribune lln-KK.HV A: IUcki:iiV, ruHltdier. Cl.M 1K A. IlnowN, F.l I tor. Subscript !nn price $1.00 jxryonr. Filtered at the Welt HW ofllee an "conil clnsa matter.' post- In glancing over the list of mil lionaire's names, we fail to find anv country editors. It was Some financiers say, your money in stocks.' WASHINGTON "M..VS. "Put Now why wouldn't stockings do just as well and the women would have a show. The "unwritten law" seems to have become an avenue of escape for persons, guilty of hienous crimes. Something must be done or written law will be of no avail t The call for "harvest hands reaches our ears from Kansas. "Wages range from $2 to $1 per day and board and not enough men can be had to supply the big demand. The death of Francis Murphy, the noted temperance lecturer, means the loss of a great leader for that noble cause. It is said he persuaded 12,000 persons to sign his pledge, in his years of service, addressed 22,000 pub lic meetings and traveled nearly 1,000,000 mi...

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. — 11 July 1907

FULTON'S DREAM OF NAVAL YAR IS REALIZED HIS PLEA FOR TORPEDO D0AT3 WAS MADE MORE THAN CENTURY AGO. ANTIDOTE TO SEA POWER PLAN OF ATTACK IN EIGHT-OARED GALLEYS DIFFERS LITTLE FROM MODERN TACTICS. Befor the Ag cf Steam, th Great Inventor Aeked th President and National Legiclature to Organize Defenie with Great Flotilla of Tor pedo Boatt Aecerted That Such Engine Would Mean "Liberty of the Seaa" DemonaUrtlon cf Their Power. New York. Prophecy rests In every t!r.e of a book yellowed by a century in which are act forth the views of Hubert Fulton on the lubmarlne war fire of tho future. Attention ha IWn called to the old Tolume Just at the time, when teU of under-eca craft are In progress, under the direction of the United State navy. Hardly an element exist of the art of attack and defense now used la that warfare beneath the water but wa recog nised by the genius to whom the achievements of steam navigation wrw due. Coincident with the celebration of the centenary of the day on which K...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 11 July 1907

TIIC RICH HILL TRIBUNE m"C Ki:i!Y & lUC'KKIsY. Publisher. claude a. i;:;riYN, Editor. men hill Missouri. Vou couldn't broaden out soma men by running over them with it steam roller. Tbe easiest wiy to have a man get the best of you Is to think you are smarter than be is. A western :fticlal who decamped with town funds la described as "six feet tall aud $10.01)0 short." And then, again, perhaps Mars It coming close this month to get intrw pointers from us on how to dig canals. Japan can never he really regarded as an enemy of thla country an long a h refrains from sending college glee clubs over here. That divine-right doctrine of the crsr's makes thin? look gloomy for the lilt re czarowlts, who might like to rule a large empire some day. One of the latest nature stories comes from New York. A man In that city has a cross-eyed est Unfor tunate animal! It can't catch more tkan half the mice It sera. Secretary Wilson would like to check the growing manufacture and ue of absinthe In...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 11 July 1907

Happenings The New Lltrary Cemmliilott, The naming ty iov. K'jU nf M!h Adelaide T1ioii)iihiU lihrsrlun of tlio tniMtc UUrry. Jefferson Turd n. Wrlnht. librarian (ml, lie li brary. Pt. Jo.i:j and Pr. J. r. t;ien, Irili!-ut William JewHI cuIIcbp, Lib erty, tin the iHK.Inttv m-rijb-rs, coin jilctes tbt iifTKonnrl of Urn Mlt.wiurl Library cutiiiuisKiuii. I'rrHldent Jen vf th s'rit unlvi-rxlty and Fitperin-tend-nt of Education Ones, being ex officio DienilMTi, Till comn.lHsion Wa authorized at the regular scsblun of the legislature. The Mil creating the coi)iti)llfm carried an npiirtirSa. Hon of $lo,ftiO for two years, all of hlch (too to cover thw cxpetes of erftabithtui: nnd carrying on fro traveling llbraiU- aud the general work of the , commission. Members cf the ciimniiKfion revive m pay. Under the (rovlslon of the Mil, t.ie ooinrr.lstvlon shall ptve advice to all Fchool, fre and public libraries, and to all communities which may jiro poe tu ..utabllsh them, as to trie? mean of esta...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 11 July 1907

- r t THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES Ey MLRLD1TH NICHOLSON Ar:::w .1 -TRF "A'" CH-SCl." lilt fcAHLsON." ik. CHAPTER XVII. Continued. There w.n a sound of mirth and .ranin-i-ina fort In the hall above and ttv.-n i1:in the steps, between the line of t?i!cf.ls arrested In their descent, rsmc a dark laughing Kill la the garb of Uitle Rod Hiding Hood, amid gen eral applause and laughter. "Its Olivia! She won the waserl" fxclaimed the spectacled gentleman, and the frirl, whoso dark curls were sV-eken atvout her fnce, ran up to ua nj threw her arms about him and Ussod him. It was a charming pic ture the figures on the stairway, tha prt-tty, Eraceful child, the eaper. happy faces all about. I was too interested iu the scene to he uncomfortable. Then, at (he top of the stair, her l-.p'ght accentuated by her (town of -white, stood Marian Devereux, hesi tating an Instant, a a bird pauses be fore taking wing, and then laughingly running iK'tween the llnea to where Olivia facfd her In mock abje...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 11 July 1907

linwof 3 WASH a DRESS 3 GOODS 1 In the city that wo are- selling very cheap. Come in and 2 t Czy Veer fourth of July Dress Now. 3 Our Black Dross 3 department is com- 2 plete in Voiles, Panama, CMffcn, J Lorcnto, Sicilllon and many other fabrics that will make line skirts to Ho with dainty waist or in full suits. He sure and look at Oar Line of Shoes before buying. If 3 you have never 3 worn a White House Shoe, try them and know what it is to have your feet com fortable. F Buster Brown Shoes 3 for the Boys and Girls. 3 American Uoauty Corsets will make American Ueautios of all the ladies that wear these cornets. S. L AMES, mm. ' pnONE KO. n6. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. I bays a few tkensaaa1 aailari to loan on easy terms on good farm property. II. P. RotiDSon. Misses Anes and Uarbara Twaddle departed for Iioone, Iowa, Tuesday noon on a visij to their old home. They will stay about a month and then go to Sunnyside, Utah, to join th rest of the family. We wish them many friends, health and pro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 11 July 1907

r -- - - i - - - 11 . f, I An ounce of Pre vention is worth a pound of Cure. M. A U & V I . i i Is worth mnro to onc3 hotilth than any othfr mrdiclne known. lo not til your rtniiwh with arsonlc, calomel, quinine and !fbilita(e the syprrm, loavinpr pvmpjoirm that It take year to oblitorato. licrbino is purely Vepotable containing nothing injuriouts and la a pemlu harmle&i purgative. riTPPQ CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND WUKLrO FEVER, DYSPEPSIA, MALA RIA AN D ALL LIVER C051PLAINTS. Does More Than We Claim; Don C. Irorrion, Kifiimmee, Fla. writes: "I har used several bottles of Horbine myself and have advised several of my friends to usa Bame. I have found it to b the best medicine for the liver I ever used. ItaoUgtms ly at the same timo thoroughly." PLEASING PRICE 5oc. HARMLESS Ballard Snow Liniment Co. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. 00-502 North Second Street. ST. LOUIS, Sold and Recommended by OPERA DRUG STORE. The Secret of A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION Now Revealed FREE What beauty is more desirabl...

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. — 18 July 1907

fir 1 1 V jni ! tmm wn tm or. 4 i ,4 h o u SUM J I - i m ( voluite 17 RICH HILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY i3, 1507. 50. 45 f LOCAL BRIEFS. ' Oionr Kinif was a passenger for Nevada Saturday. .Beverly Young was a passen ger for Nevada Monday noon. Mrs. C. L. Phifer, and son were Chautauqua visitors Satur day. Marvin Gench spent Sunday at Appleton City, visiting rela tives. Ovid Miller departed for Kan sas City Friday noon, via the Frisco. Mrs. Carl Gench was a passen ger for Sedalia Friday noon, on a visit to relatives. , Mrs. Henry Klumpp and child arrived from Hutler Friday, where fche has been visiting. Mrs. J. W. Hrown and little daughter, Irene, were visiting friends and relatives west of Dutler Sunday. Editor J. D. Williams, of the MeU Times, was in town between trains Friday, bound for the Ne vada Chautauqua. Jay Wiison, son of Banker J. T. Vilson, departed Saturday noon for Galesburg, 111., where h will work this summer. Dr. Geo. G. Lane, Arthur Chev erton, Dan Walters, "Happy"...

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. — 18 July 1907

The Triijune llivKKHY llnxrnv, ruMlHliiT. Ci.AVi-v. A. ItiiiiwH, Ktlltor. Suliccrlpilon prl.-o f 1.00 per year. Tntrnnl nt tli.i lMch ltlll post ofUre ns p'Toml cla matter. Bryan my lie is not i nly op posed to a third term, but a sec ond. He needn't talk of that yet ns this is his third effort to pet the first tcrm , Wo wonder why, the Butler papers stopped the Frank Deer wester bowl so suddenly? Per haps they learned another ver sion of the story. An attempt was mads to assas sinate ClementlArmand Fallieres. President of France, during a patriotic celebration Sunday. Two shot were fired at close range but no one wa wounded. Jesse K. Grant, son of the late Pres. U. S. Grant, would like the nomination for the presiden cy on the Democratic platform. Well, why not accomodate him. He can have some pleasure in pursuit if not possession. 'Hie Washington Post says: Why all this bother about "What is a Democrat?" What differ ence does it make? Years ago, when the Democrats amounted to some...

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. — 18 July 1907

UNCLE SAM'S KEEN EYE ON FUTURE CITIZENS PHYSICIANS OF EXPERL ENCE MEET IMMIGRANTS AT LANDING PORTS. EXAMINATION IS SEVERE CONG PRACTICE HAS ENABLED DOCTORS TO NOTE DISEASE SYMPTOMS AT A GLANCE. Few "Undesirables" Gain Admission to the Promised Land, Though Attempts to Deceive the Inspectors Are Made Routine at tha Port of Boston Dr. Satford Telia of Alf Sorta of Tricks Played "Fake Cit Irens aa a General Thing Are Eas ily Spotted Soma Pathetio Storiea Told. Itoston. When Uncle Sara learns that a fresh batch of would bo citizens are headed for ltostm fr-oni foreign .hores. he sends Dr. M. V. SafTord and Ihr. Hiiro B. C. Hclmer down to meet them when they arrive. The two physicians are keen men of long experience. They can spot dlseas. symptoms at a glance. When an army of Immigrants march on the X'alted Statea through thla port they weed them out with the most minute care. In mutters of means, ability to be eelf-aupportiUK and business Inten tions, the I turnip ranta mutt satisfy oth...

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 July 1907

THZ HiCM HILL TniDUNC JH'CKKHY K: JUTKrilY. Publishes. Ct,Al'DH A. ilKOVVN. Editor. rich jin.i-. ........... Mi.'sorni. Charily is one of the few thing that fIii:M nver bo advertised. An Rr.i! fat tnauuiacturrr Is !a trou ble. Ha tiled to make Ilg,lit of his cuftomcrs. That Huntington horse that en's wool Is probably suffering from a cold atomach. Maybe Gen. Kurokl will go home and teil bin countrymen that ars too Agreeable people to lick. Joaquin filler wants to go to the Uni'ed States senate. On hia merit s a poet? Oh, dear, no. He has money cow. . A Wa-hiuglou man who tr!e.1 fast ing for his health didn't live long enough to see whether It helped him or not." The sperm whale could swallow an automobile according to one scientist, but we should think it would give him Ind'seMion. Chicago complains that women talk too much over the telephone. "Over the telephone" would seem to be a superfluous clause. The late shau of persla had a col lection of stones valued at $30,000,000. But de...

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 July 1907

LINGERS IN MEMORY MARK TWAIN RECALL! "STUNT 6" OF BICYCLE DAY3. HI Cffort i to Tacr th Wild and Unruly "Ordinary" Deserved Compliment Paid Him by Hla Teacher. Susy's next date la Not. 29, 18f3 the ev of my fiftieth birthday. II ins a tiH-,4 while ago. I must bav been rather youug for my age then for I wag trying to tame an oi l fash lout-d bicycle ulne fci-t fclt;h. It la tc irip almost unbelievable, at my pres ent stage of life, that there have rl ly been pi'!e willing to trust them selves upon a, dUzy and unstable alii tuJe like that, and that I u one ol them. Twlrtiell and I Umk lesson tvery 6y. lie sueci-dod. and bo came master of the art of riding thai wild vthkle, tut I bad n Rift la thai directum and was never able to staj on mine long enough to Ret any satis factory view vf the i.Innrt. Ever) time I tried to steal a look at a prett) girl, or any other kind of eceuery, thai single moment of Inattention gave th hlcycle the chance It bad been wait las for. and I went over the f...

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. — 18 July 1907

THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES P Mr.REDITH NICHOLSON miw ! "Tn rn.RCt,- tin i A Kit HUH." tic. CHAPTER XVIII. -Continued. "Mr. Gienann; Mr. Glcnarm;-" he -claimed in broken whispers. "It ia jlatPH, sir." "YVhst have you done; w hat has hap pened?" 1 demanded. H? put hla hand to liis bead uncer tainly and gasped as though trying to gather his wits. . He was evidently dazed by whatever j had occurred, and I sprang round and helped him to a couch. He would not lie down, hut sat up. staring and pass ing bis hand over his head. It was rapidly growing lighter, and I &aw a purple and black streak across bis temple where a bludgeon of some sort had struck him. "What does this mean. Kates? Who has beta in the house?" "It was early this morning." be fal tered, "about two o'clock, I heard noises la the lower part of the house. I came down, thinking likely it was you. and remembering that you had boon sick yesterday" "Yes. go on." The thought cf my truancy was CO balm to my conscience Just...

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 July 1907

f i V k V i iv t f f If I f I 1 iT line of WASH DRESS GOODS? In tho city that wo are polling very cheap. Couiclnand Cay Your fourth of July Dress Now. 2 Our Black Dress department is com plete in Voiles, Panama, Chiffon, Icrento, Slciilion i Hoary tu Lea. I kave t few tkoitf eolltr to loan on easy terras on good farm property. II. P. Robinson. and many other fabrics that will make fine skirts to go w ith dainty waist or in full suits. Be sure and look at t Our Line of Shoes 3 before buying. If you , have never worn a White House Shoe, try them and know what it is to have your feet com fortable. Buiter Brown Shoet for the Boys and Girls, American Beauty Corsets will make American Beauties of all the ladies that wear these corsets. S. L. AMES, PIIOSE HO. 116. Tho C. T. Burch shows, adver tised on tho boards for yester day failed to rIjow up. Tho big company became stranded at Facia, Kans. and is Raid to be about $r0,0X) behind. They paid their liscense of f.'iO, however, but could not...

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. — 18 July 1907

f "1 1 11 i i ., " M L. ' ' r- i local jiaitj:nin(;s. irSAllYAtSDU). -era :.'J , rrrrr-n 'v-'-" v W - ..... li LlNtMLNT .M".. .-it t 1x2 Mora. Than VcaMi BALLARD'S i snow AF1D KINO OF THEfll ALL rou Trill always have pod health. "VThat In irww to ft man I.nullhT All Mia minao(n th&wnrl.l itnf TnMkrA fcj lifirpinofis vhrre (lenlt h i unknown. Ballard's Snow Unlment i i - w t YC? k'lteumntism, Cuts, l'urns. Sprains, Neurnlfla, I , B li Sores, Mitf Joint. Contracted Mmkcio, Ljune One Who Knovs. J. O. Fk-oW, Pall Lake Clly, ruh. writes: " I cannot too highly praise your llailard's Snow Liniment for the relief of aeuto rheumatism, ranged by sudden chanjra and esposuro to the 'weather. I also rwouimend your Mallard s Horehound tSynip for coughs and colds. These used together defy all pain. GET TllU GENUINE. Three Size 25c, 50c, $1.00 Ballard Snow Liniment Co. 500-30 North Second Street, ST. LOUIS, - MISSOURI. Sold and Recommended by OPERA DRUG GTORE. The Secret of A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXI...

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 July 1907

R Tf(P,"RT' !U! RJLlLJLalLA VOLUME 17 RICH HILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 25, ipo7- no. 47 JL ii XULiU) U J ILLLJo LOCAL BRIEFS. 1 M. L. Drake was, in from Ft. Bcott Monday. W. O. Jackson, of Butler, was on our streets Thursday. Jess Miller and Iiobt. Mudd spent Sunday in Kansas City. Miss Gertrude Cheverton was a Chautauqua visitor the latter part of last week. Fred Freeman and Will Stone were passengers for El Dorado Springs Saturday nooa. A. P. Harris, of the Iola Re cord, was in town between trains Friday, en raute for III Dorado Springs. Miss Edna Cromwell, of Kan sas City, is ia the city visiting her cousin, Miss Georgia Davis and other relatives. Clint Smith, wife and child of the New Home neighnorhood, was in town visiting F. II. Chev erton and family Sunday. Mrs. A. L. Richardson and little child, of Kendviile, Minn., and sister, Miss Grace Ha per, of this city, departed for Kend viile Saturday noon. V. F. Typard ar.d daughter, Miss Lois, arrived Friday from Mangun, Okla., w...

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