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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 25 July 1907

The Tribune Hitkmiv &. Jlri K! iiv, rnM!nhrri. Ci.ai;pk A. V.uow N. Fll tor. Subscription price $1.00 por your. r.titorod nt tlio lilch Hill post ofiloe as second r.l.isa matter. Instead of Bryan belonging to the Democratic party, the party seems to belong to him. 123 horses died and about COO were prostrated from the effects of the heat in Kansas City Tues day. Egypt is beginning to take no tirp of woman's advancement throughout the -world, and has jnst had its first girl graduate with a B. A. degree. Bates County, last year, appor tioned something like $('5:5.31 for road purposes. This amount placed on the 1,200 miles of pub lic roads in the county, makes about 55 cents spent on each mile. No wonder we have such poor roads. Hume Telephone. The Enterprise says "It would be well for a Rich Hill printer to emulate the character of "John ny" Rockefeller. Excuse us, please! There are very few characteristics in the Enter prise's "friend" to admire As for the greed for wealth, we ho...

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. — 25 July 1907

flllOTiejiEST A Second Witness in the Haywood Case It Charged with Perjury, ORCHARD ON STAND AGAIN U Amit That an Uncl Wa In an and Hanged Hlmtelf But Denies All Knowledge of Hl Grandfather. Hoiae, Idaho. July 16. Another "arrant charging perjury against a witness who has testified for tho de fense la the case of th state of Idaho against. William D. Haywood was issued Monday evening. C. W. Aller, formerly . telegraph opera tor and ticket agent at the rieot of tha Florence & Cripple Creek rail way at Cripplo Creek, Col., is charg ed with the offense by the prosecut ing attorney of Ada county. Both Aller and McGee, who was arrested on the same charge, will be given an opportunity to furnUh bonds and the preliminary hearing will l wt, to take place within the neit few days. Eleven witnesses in rebuttal were examined Monday in the Haywood trial. Harry Orchard reappeared on the stand and was asked a few question at to bis acquaintance with ome of the witnesses for the de fense who h...

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. — 25 July 1907

bwwk nn 'Mmimmm THE HJCVl HILL TRIOUNE IHTKFKY & HrCKF:nV. Publisher. CLAUDE A. JIROWN. EJIUip. rich hill. 7777777". Missouri. A Hearing Ear, A bury doctor who had engaged young assistant wan asked If he really intended, to entrust him with hi cases. "Oh, no," tie replied. "H will listen to the patients, look sympa thetic, and report to me In the fewest possible words. A sick omai has to talk brut so much, and I haven't time to listen," The minister, the lnwyer and the teacher might follow the doc tor's example, and employ a listening "double" to their great reiief, remarks the Youth'a Cornoanion. In fact. It may usually be found that the most helpful person 1b the town Is the one who can listen best to the complaints and perplexJti1 tf the women folk. Self-expressloni U is necessary for the welfare of most women as food and ilrink. The very talkative woman has a silent lusband not simply because she does not give him time to speak, but because he was attracted to him hi the fir...

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. — 25 July 1907

A FRANK STATEMENT. from a Prominent Fraternal Man ef Roll, Mlmourl. Justice of th I'eare A. M. Light, of Holla, Mo., Major. I'nlfurmed Hank. KniRhta of r thlaa. Third llallallon, Bccond IteKtment, Missouri lliinudo, says: "lam pleased to endorse the uso of Donna Kidney I'i'U. a tnediiluo of great merit, liar- IriK had nersoiill ei- k. A.i . .a .... t.jt-lxttrt w ith rar:ir kidney medicines, I am In a tosklon to know whereof I speak, and am I leased to add iry end.jscaicnt and to recommend their use." Sold by all dealers. 19 cent a bor. Foiler Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. eCHtMt THAT DIDN'T WORK. 'Coala of Fir- Had No Jack Jones. rffact an PROUD IN HER POVERTY. Ycunj Worran'i Brave Answer to Irr suiting Landlord. rrank P. Sarpent, the Vnited Stales commissioner of immigration, said one day In Washington: "There is fine at utT in some of these poor people who come to nor shores. 1 heard recently of a young StvedlRh woman. lirsve, wKty and honorable, she could bring splendid young Ameri...

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. — 25 July 1907

- ... THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON ftnibrr ol TW M!" frUitCE." IEIBA Br.tU. - He. C..-tr4ft L bj lfcw-arrtll Cot CHAPTER XV1H. Continued. "It pleased my fancy to follow him; and by tha tim I had studied your ! If-'inRa here a trifle, thlnps liepan to l..i(l-n bolow. It sounded like a St, Patrick' day celebration In an Irish vlllape, and I went down at a gallop to see If there was any chance of break ing m. Have yon seen the room? Well," he gave several turns to his rlRht wrist, 89 though to test It, "we all had a jolly time there by the Bre l laco. Another chap had got in some where, so there were two of them. Your man I suppose it's your man was defending himself gallantly with a large thing of brass that looked like the pipes of a grand organ and 1 ' sailed In with a chair. My presence seemed to surprise the attacking party, who evidently thought I was you, .flattering I must say, to me!" "You undoubtedly saved Bates' life and prevented the rifling of the ...

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 July 1907

Vchavo the Cnsit 3 line of WASH DRESS GOODS3 in llio city that we are Helling very cheap. Come in and t Ely Yur rtzrtb of Our Black Dress department is com plete in Vcilcs, Panama, Chiffon, lorento, Slcillion and many other fabrics that will make fine skirts to no with dainty waist or in full suits. Be sure and lxk at Moey to Ioaa, I hart a few thousaal dollar! to loan on easy terms on good farm property. II. P. Robinson. 4 4 Our Line of Shoes before buying. If 4 you have never 2 worn a White House 3 Shoe, try them and 3 know what it is to have your feet com fortable. P 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, BZAR. PHOKE NO. 116. A. C. Kuhn received a letter a iaw daye ago conveying the aad news of the death of his 17-year old grandson, Alfred Kuhn John son, of Kan Francispo, Cal., who fell from an elevator on which he was working to the concrete basement 3 stories below, dea...

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. — 25 July 1907

IT'S ALWAYS BAD. ? - An ounce of Pre vention is worth a pound of Cure. A i ! Is worth rnoro lo ones lu-rlfh (h&n any olhor rntvltiMno known. Do not 11 II you? Ft;,ir.nf !i wi'.li r.rnonic, calomel, oulnlno and ctobiHtata tho fy?rm, 1-javlr.T ryrrmtoins that It takes year to ' eblitrrato. Heroine is purely vorctaMo ccmt&ioinj uotblag Injurious, and is a por.ilj harirlcjj purjativa. ' CO N 571 PATH ON, CHILLS AND LWA-rJ f:nvnr?. nvPFP.ciA. MALA RIA AND ALL. LIVER COMPLAINTS. Does More Than We Claim: I)on C. Jlorrinn, Itifirnmro, Fl.v. writes: "I ha ' used aevornl bottles cf JLfcrbiuo myself and havnadvisod several of my friend to r.?r samo. I havo found it to b the bost mdicin9 for tiie liver I ever used. Itacts genfc ly at the tamo tirao thorouphly." FLEAS IN G 5oc HARMLESS r Ballard Sncv liniment Co. 500-502 North Second Street. ST. LOUIS, Ma D Sold and Recommended by OPERA DRUG STORE. The Secret of A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION Now Revealed FREE What beauty is more desirable than ...

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

T7) TffTLHT irVLiivwiLlL JliilL jl ii aJLJii) U 1 iiiifo VOLUME t7 RICH HILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST i, 1907. ro. 4 . LOCAL IJHIEFS. - Hurrah for tho beautiful rain! J 00 Heck was a passenger for Nevada Eriday noon. Sam IJarr was a business visi tor in Rich Hill Thursday. Dr. Marquis was an arrival from the south Thursday noon. Rev. Blalock was an arrival Saturday noon from EIDorndo Springs, Mo. Frank Wilson, of Kansas City, apent Saturday and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Wilson and family. Miss Crissie Olson, sister of Dr. II. C. Olson, who has been here visiting: the past week, de - parted for her home Saturday. Miss Blanche Vanliuskirk, of Iola, Kas., who has leen here visiting Saml Millor and family, . departed for her home Friday afternoon. Miss Grace Engels 'returned Friday night, from Muskogee, I. T., where Bhe has been visiting for the past month. She reports a very delightful time. (Gabriel) Hedden, of the Fair view neighborhood, was in town Monday, to lay...

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. — 1 August 1907

Tim .Tribune ( kfhy & IJitm.hv, I'uMVhcrs. Ci.ai ik A. I'.itowN, I-Mltor. SuWrtptlon prlro f 1.00 ppryenr. icntcn-.i nt tiirt r.itU mil vt- olllco n wvond cbw nmttvr. Mct. is coming to the front with a subscription for a now town hall. It will be a pood start in the risht direction. During the Elk parade in Phil adelphia, -where 10,000 Elks had assembled, the hospitals had to treat about C000 heat victims. U. S. Senator Edmund W. Pec tus, of Alabama, died Saturday night, of appoplexy. lie will bo succeeded by ex-Governor Jos. F. Johnson, of Alabama, The Republican City Commit tee of Paducah, Ivy., has offered to permit the Woman's Club and High School Alumni Association to name the ten candidates for School Trustees to be elected j next fall, without regard to the party affiliations of the candi dates. The anarchists consider the Haywood case a victory, which is shown by a telegram sent to the president, which read: "Unde sirable citizens victorious. Ke joice," signed by Emma Go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 1 August 1907

IN ii A LOYAL RECTOR- H Conducted Service with th As sistance of Squad ef Piou Marines. . The recent death of Kev. Osgood E. Merrick an W'atertown. N. Y., recalls .an Incliieot durlrie; the civil war In which h" was conspicuous and whlih a correspondent of the .National Tri bune rrlatps. Mr. Herrlck was rector of St. Paul's Episcopal church. Key West, Kla., at the time of the scees K.on In l6t. Many of the coneretra tjon sympathized with the south and endeavored to dissuade him from read Int? the usual prayer "for the presi dent of the United States and ail In civil authority," but without success. Pina'ly be was told that ho would be ml. en from the chancel the next Sim ilar If he persisted la reading the prayer. On the Saturday preceding; the U. S. eb: Pawnee arrived In the harbor, .and her commander, Capt. Kowan. ir.ot Mr. Herrirh. and wa told of the threats that had liwn made. The cap lain sa'.d: "Mr. Herrlck, the marines I have rn toy ship are very pious, and have had no opport...

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. — 1 August 1907

TMC RICH HILL TfilCUNE JH'CKHHY & lU'CKKHV, Publishers CLUDC A. HUOWN. Kilter. RICH Hit.!.. "TTr.TT.. MISSOURI. The Picture and the Story. F. R. Whiteside, sorrowing over tha painter's lack of proper appreciation In the r.iiokroaii, arks why the painter should lie exported to pnlut m story, saying that although the painter de pends upon the writer fir his widest publicity, the writer discusses the Idea, the nie a.uiug of the pi turn, to the exclusion of the qualities that to the pHinter are reason for Its exist ence. "Wheu the painter write about a picture," sny Mr. Whiteside, "be speaks of the qualities he sees In It. qualities of selection, form, color and composition, but ha little to nay about the subject. The average layman frankly admits that he knows nothing about pictures; but he generally quali fier bin remark with. 'I know what I IUe." And usually that Is some picture that he has read about, or that appeals to him through its story-telling quail lies. If his Interest g...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 1 August 1907

Is Pc-runa Useful for Catarrh? Elioull t lirt of tbe inToikn'ji of IV tuna bo submitted to aLj medical ex pert, of whatever school or nationality, l.s would be obliged to adait w ithout terre that fftch one of then wsjcfuu doubted value la chronic catarrhal (Ur ease, and bad itocd the test of ;nnuy years' experience In the treatment ol tnch difOfues. THESE CAN t?. NO DISPUTE ABOUT THIS VHIAT' IVEIt. rerunaUcompocodoflhemcrt efT.cacionj and universally used berbal remedies for catarrh. Eitry iigreiiot cf Pernna has a reputation of iU owa in the cure of tome phase of catarrh. reran brin,-: to the home the COZI BIKED KNOWLEDGE OF BLVEHAL ECHC0L8 Of KXLICEirE in the treat ment of catarrhal creases; brings to the borne the scientific sLLU and knowl edeof the modern pharmacist ; and lott but nolleast,brin3 to the home the vast snd varied experience of Dr. Eartraan, In the use o f catarrh re modies, and in the treatment of catarrhal disease The fact is, chronio catarrh ii a dis ease which ...

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. — 1 August 1907

THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES By MEKHD1TH NICHOLSON uiW t -ne km nunce." niM BANlkON," lie. 1 rij Ml im toj t.b-Jln-ilU Ov CHAPTER XIX. Continued. Tut! They don't all marry the sons of brewers," I retorted. "Vou assured mo once, while your affair with that Irish Rirl was on, that the short upper tp nmle Heaon Kfra possible, but unnecessary; thpn the next thiug I knew she had ishakca you for the bloated maltster. Take that for your Impertinence. Hut perhaps It was Hates?" I did not wait for an answer. I was not in a mood for rpflec tion or nice dia Jim Uihia. Tlio man came In Just then with a fresh plate of toast. "Dates. Mr. Pickering has learned that I was away from the house on the night of the attack, and I'm ordered off for having broken my agreement to stay here. How do you suppose he beard of it so promptly?" "From Morgan, Quite possibly. I have a letter frora Mr. Pickering my self this morning. Just a moment, sir." He placed before me a note bearing the same date as my own....

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. — 1 August 1907

f T 7 YTf TTf TTT1 TTTT T TTTTYY line of E WASH DRESS GOODS in the city that we 3 are selling very 2 cheap. Come in and 3 E Sly Tcxr New Drm Kow. 4 Our Black Dress 2 department la com- 5 plete in Voiles, Panan.3, Chiffon. 3 lorcnto, Siciiiion 5 and many other fabrics that will make fine skirts to Ko with dainty waist or in full suits. Be sure and look at I Our Line of Shoes I before buyi&p. If 2 you have never 3 worn a White House . 3 Shoe, try them and know what it is to have vour feet com fortable. 2 Buster Brown Shoes for the Boyi and Girls. A American Beauty 3 Corsets will make American Beauties M of all the ladies th:;t wear these corsets. I S. L AMES, PHOXE NO. 116. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Items Gleaned From This Locality and Sorted Out in Sizes. John Connelly was a passen ger for Nevada Monday noon. Mrs. Ed Cvk was a passenger for Iola, Kaus., on a visit to her eon, Guy. Dr. Slater's dental office will be closed hereafter on Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Curry and children of Pittsb...

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. — 1 August 1907

LOCAL JIA1TENLNGS. H'S ALWAYS Bit). i i i i i! II H iLIMMtNl! Ileal di ikS More Than Vcalth BALLARD'S I SNOW 1 LINIMENT AND them ALL roa Trill always have pviod health. What is mere to a man than pood health? All the money in the world can't make hnjipineos where health is unknown. Ballard's Snow Unlment rrv TrrC Rheumatism, Cuts, Burns, Sprains, Ncurnljrla, 1,1 I f I" Sores, Mitf Joint. Contracted Muscles, Lame Ono Who Knows. J. O. Rrott, Pali Lake City, rtah. writes.; " I cannot too highly prai.o your Uallard's Snow Liniment lor the relief of acuto rheumatism, canned by sudden change and exposure to tho weat her. I also recommend your liallard's llorehound Syrup for coughs and colds. These used together defy all pain. GET TUB GENUINE. Three Sizes 23c, 50c, J1.00 Ballard Snow Liniment Co. 500-502 North Second Street, ST. LOUIS, - MISSOURI. Sold and Recommended by OPERA DRUG STORE. The Secret of A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION Now Revealed FREE What beauty is more desirable than an exquisite...

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. — 8 August 1907

! I IHiJiCMl A DUO liiULiLdlU VOLUME 17 RICH HILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUSTUS, 1907. so. 4 f LOCAL D1MKF8. B?-tttccf Miss Kittle Ferguson is visit ing relatives in Fayette, Mo. Frank James and wife, of Cali fornia, were here the first part of the week visiting Howard James and family. Mr. And Mrs. Lincoln Hopper, of Columbus Grove, Ohio, are in the city visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hurst, of the East End. Mrs. Ida Carr and little daugh ter departed for Fittsbuag, Kan sas, Saturday noon, after a short visit to John Forrer and family. Owing to the threatcring con , dition of the weather the Rich Hill "White Sox did not play the ; Nevada All Stars Sunday. Sam Uarr, of Duller, was down Sunday on more elevating busi ness, but this time a young lady bad something to do with it. Nuf sed! The Rich Hill Band gave ano ther good open air concert in Central Park Friday night. A fairly good sized crowd was in attendance. Ed McKeynolds has arrived from his visit to St. Joseph, Kansas City, Ovid a...

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. — 8 August 1907

The Tribune n.AVPK A. I'.mown, r.l!tor. Kubwrli'tlcin jrlco ?1.00 pcryrnr. Kiit'-ml nt tlio Well 1I1U ol- olUee nt iwond class matter. "When you lot -It Lack 10 or SO years nnd see the increasing prosperity ot our country, just Inv asulo the cloak of doubt and stand up for the liepublican party, which is always on the risht track. A kooJ. plan to help the town would bo to boost it when out siders come along. A word for the place in which you lire would not go amiss and might be the r.inp of someone locatir.tr. But anyway, talk for the town be-' cause you live there, and she de serves the praise. Attorney-General Herbert S. Iladley is the strongest guberna tional candidate in Missouri to day. The Republican party could not put up a stronger man and the recent attack on the Standard Oil Co. has won him the respect of all voters. The Dem ocrats realize these things and will have their hands full in pick ing a better running mate. "Watch for our next election for governor. Before there ...

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. — 8 August 1907

A REMARKABLE ESCAPE. Lut Despairing Effort of a Tunnel Digger Gains Him Liberty. Amonx the remarkable in fans adopted by the prisoners In the civil war to escape were their tunnels, mar vels of Ingenuity and perseverance. The ground around the southern pris ons at Andersonvllle. Salisbury, Savannah. Danville, and Macon was fairly honeycombed with tunnels that were rarely pushed to successful completion. When everything was seemingly propitious and the prisoners were only waiting for a stormy night on which to remove the final cap of earth and rush forth to freedom, some accident was almost sure to happen, blocking all their well laid plans, as when at Savannah a straying cow puhed her ill omened foot through a tunnel which the Imprisoned federals had carried far beyond the stockade that Inclosed the prison yard. The most wonderful of all these ventures was the tunnel that was bur rowed out of I,ibby prison In 1S64, by which 105 union officers escaped, says the Sunday Magazine. The s...

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. — 8 August 1907

THE RICH HILL TRIBUNE lU'TKEIIY ft Hl'CKKltY, Publishers. CDAl'DE A. PHOWN, Editor. RICH H.'IX. M1SSOVRI. It Is be-tler to lose jour cash than your character. China and Japan together produce IZj.OijO tons of silk annually, Every Inch or the human skin con tains 3,500 perspiration pores. The strike fever has hit. Sweden, and ' many workmen ore Bald to be jumping their yobs. A young plant is 75 per cent, water and the remainder carbon, which tt has taken from the air. Admiral Yaniamoto thinks we are Bice people, but he i going home through Canada instead of by way of San Francisco. la the population of New York city there are 7S9.000 persons of German parentage, 733,000 of Irish. 250,000 ol Kussian and 223.000 of Italian. A Florida farmer is said to have cleared $1,200 In one acre of cabbage this spring. Perhaps he sold It for clear Havana Key West poods. Arnold "Daly " says that Iiernard shaw ts "intoxicated with words and delirious with Ink." We thought that Arnold Daly was one 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. — 8 August 1907

: : : n rnni morn ni A Remarkable Snake Story. Tho most rcinnrkiitilo 'mike pnmbnt ever b in In ttrt vicinity wn wltneaa f d liy Ham "iinnlriidi:Uii Just north of i nriH. a who ruci r u tii A milneu snake, tho former HV f. et Intis; ao tho hitter two ir three inches short'1 met. and Iiokhii n deadly iilniRi;l!4"r Iho mriMery. Tho j:nini miike ly not the he ul of tho other l 118 mouth and deliberately set n'Mlt to wallow the entire reptile. 'l naa cotton about IS Inches of"1" H'" racer down wfcen Mr. on!ll,lfiham swlzed a stick nnd kil' brought the tiir.lii to I." ! tlKy were v!f((l bv score"' "'"'"' men. Tho Hue raeerflt,'J 60 l'snl" ly Into Its ant.isoni 8 moailt and In color was To Be '.Ley monument edicated In Buffalo S,.t 6. MK 1 ,rrtitr Residents Invited. bountiful white marble r,bcft l.v ll b atnte of New link In .ara H'limro, litiffalo, N. Y., to the mory of President McKltilcy, I to Le. fin many ilcdii-ateii i uursuay, ri n, 6, and the ewnt r-lll be the central feature) of i...

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