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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 8 August 1907

THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON An lb "TRF. KM nUNCE." lEUa SAMIiu".." lie. Olijnii taw by toulumu l. CHAPTER XX. Continued. The piano pounding continued and I waited lor what seemed an inter minable time. It was growing dark nd a maid brought lamps. I took book from the table. It wa "The Life of Benvenuto Cellini" and Marian Dev ereux waa written on the fly leaf, by unmistakably the same hand that had penned the apology for Olivia's per formances. I saw la the clear, flowing lines of the signature, in their lack of superfluity, her own ease, grac and charm; and, in the deeper stroke with which the "x" was crossed. I felt a challenge, a readiness to abide by con sequences once her .word was given Then my own inclination to think well of her angered me, and I dropped the book impatiently as she crossed the threshold. -I am Borry to have kept you wait ing, Mr. Glenarm. But this is my busy Tirnr." -I shall not detain yon long. I came." - hesitated, cot knowing why...

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. — 8 August 1907

rrVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTYTTTTT Wc have the fine-it .3 lino of E WASH ! to DRESS GOODS 2 in tho city tint m o are selling very cheap. Come in and t tiy Tnf New Dnsi Kov. Oar Black Dress department is com plete in t Yol!cs, Panama, Chiffon, Icrento, Sicillion j and many other a fabrics that will make tine skirts to go with dainty waist or in full suits. -4 Be sure and look at E 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. Buster Brown Shoes for the Boy and Girls American Beauty Corsets will make American Beauties of all the ladies that wear these corsets. S. L AMES, BAZAAB. PHOSE HO. 116. ,aaaaaaaaAA4AAAAAAAAaVAAAA LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Items Gleaned From This Locality and Sorted Out in Sizes. DeWitt CliasUin, of Butler was down yesterday, on busi ness. Will Myerley and Buford Rhea were visitors in Kansas City Sunday. The German Lutheran Church is undergoing . Mime needed im provements now. The Salv...

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. — 8 August 1907

9 1 11 " 1 mmm,mmm I .aa 1 S-.V An ounce oi Pro volition is worth ca pound of Cure. ' .si - EL. h Mm n Lj T-cr'.h v.ir.ra la or.oa health than any other medicine known. !)- vcti' r'oinnfh with arneriic, calomel, quinine- and d-.-l.-ilitato the nvrtfni, lcavln? pymptoma that it takes years to clUUmtc. HerlJrc i.i purely Testable containing nothing: injarictv-, r.u J is a pen'.lo harmless purgative. rnpnc: constipation, chills and O JIUJ FEVER, DYSPEPSIA, MALA RIA AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS. Decs Mere Than We Claim. Eon C. Jlorriaor., Kir.imriee, Fla. writer;: "I hava tisrd revrral be Clou cf Uerbino myself and liavo adviwd rrf-Tcral of my friends to same. I havo found It to ba tlie brst mod'icino lor tho liver I evcrueed. ItacUgenb It tt tho rnmo line thoroughly." PLEASING PRICE 5oc. HARMLESS Ballard Snow -'00-502 North Second Street Sold end Recommended by OPERA DRUG STORE. The Secret of A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION Now Revealed F RE E "Yh3t beauty is more desirable than an exquisite comple...

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. — 15 August 1907

IUI !L-t i it i jiiLJiJ y. ill h 41 ii f Vert iti tmm ii i '' '- , 4 " ' in i I J W VOLUME 17 RICH HILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1&07. SO. l7 (i i ! u LOCAL HU1EFS. 1 W. A. Jones was a passenger for Nerada Monday noon. J. VT. Kern was an arrival from . Butler Saturday noon. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Donohoe and son, of Panama, were in town Monday. Jno. D. Moore departed for St. Louis Monday noon on a busi ness visit. OraLeabo, of ML Zion, Mo., . is another of the Tribune's new subscribers. Yai. Robinson, of Route No. 6, favored the Tiuhcnb with a re newal of subscription. Quite a few men were shot" Saturday on our streets but they slept it off the next day. A. D. Pontious and wife de parted for Nevada Monday noon, to take in the G. A. R. Reunion. Rev. Blatock departed for ElDorado Springs Monday, after fillinjr his appointment at Sprague Sunday. Allen 'Wilson, son of J T. Wil sou of the Commercial State Bank, departed for Kansas City, Monday noon on a visit. Arthur Cheverton depar...

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. — 15 August 1907

The Tiubune l!rcKFi.Y& Ilrchrnv, PuHIxIkt. Cl.AVJ)E A. l'.l.'OWN, I'ViitOf, Subwrlptloa price fl.00 perycnr. Entcrr-d at the Well Hill Fost- oJllce a Bfcotnl clfiRS matter. 'Tim i.pnt, is no rosncctor of persons nowadays and it is mere ly the survival of the smallest. Tho telegraphers strike is be pinning to look serious. Over A(Vr nro nnt. and more seem to be coming. , The Carthaire Press remarks "But even though he is innocent, it. ia hnnprl Rill HaVWOOd will never do it again. . : It is discovered that over 1, fiiYi immigrants landed in this country in the last year, Tsn't it about time for us to Folk' Blunder. Tho recent removal of police officials in Kansas City by Gov. J. W. Folic will probably put an end to his political career, at least with tho peoplo of Missouri. Tho prospects for Folic m a senator or presidential candidate had been very favorable. lie had won the praise, of different factions in his prosecutions. But it appears his success could not last and he was no...

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. — 15 August 1907

APPALLING COST OF CRIME, VICE AND PAUPERISM Six Billions of Dollars a Year, According to Prof. Bush nell, While Our Annual In crease of Wealth Aggre gates Only Five Billions And He Gives the Figures. INSANITY EVER ON THE INCREASE Five Million Paupers and De pendent AfHicted Crooks .of Various Kinds, Not In cluding Political Grafters, Cost Us $200,000,000 'Annually. Washington. When Prof. Charles J. llut-hr.. 11. I'll. I)., of this city, made j Ms n-cent fc'.itttni.-nl that the Ameri can public was on the verse of bunk-i ruptry because It expended t5.oli'."0,. ! 0' a year un the c: inilnal, paur and vicious classes, ulill.- the annual Iti creao. .f ah antri .-ruc 1 only '. .C'",i.(-i'0. he called d.wn u;.oa tnii load a btorra of adverse criti-' ohm. Hut Prof. Hushm-ll ,'s r d to bo fri?l.N-r..l from l.a line of attack on wial I f calls the social" Ills of the; -r'ii!t!-y throw: a adverse criticism, and le reiterates the accuracy of hi fig ures mid the logic f his conclusions. ' "It w...

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. — 15 August 1907

THE RICH HILL THIOIINE IHTKK7IY & IM:CKnnV, Publisher. cuunK a. imowx. i:-Jit.r. r.icti hill Missorrti. The Fetish cf Trttoroughness. A perfect hminckeepcr may tint be ft real hnmcmnltor. Her kitchen snd b'-'lvodtiis may be spotless ond hor (Illinois fit for an epicure; but if she never has art hour for reading, or leisure to play with her children or to !n'l with her husband, she I a failure un wife ami mother. Somewhere bo Iwccn perfection and slovenliness there lies a gulden mean. To reach it a housewife must leam to turn oft work, and to distinguish between the kind of work which may be slighted and the kind which must be done with Jiirral thoroughness. "An all day wiishinj makes e. half-day Ironing!" used to bo the njotto of a wipe wo man, who preferred clothes free from grime and streak to rarefully fluted frilU and starching that would Bland alone. There are houses where the fetish of thoroughness demands a dally sacrifice. Just as there are other bouses where the dragon ...

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. — 15 August 1907

HIS TOOT ON THE TREADMILL. Happenings Will B Two State Highway!. To It I k ' I w n Ik'H wi Kt. Ixmls nul Kiiiik;i City are to liiillt. and Uih ItilMul minting liM.kliiK t tlie or KHiiliutlmi f tint round, s nlonK the inii(w4 rmite ,a hfld at Jt-f- f rsou fit y, August T5, !ien the c-omitlca will ut h the Missouri state tjoard of aKrlcu'liire. Tho sub rommlMee of the board, wliirh van authorized to act for the ntlro board, h-!d a meeting at the exi-tutlve man sion, after the adjournment of an -n-thuslasilc ojwn s ssioti, at which a resolution rwomruf iMling the building of the central and southern routes ' adopted, and instructions given to the state englne-er to visit the coun ties and assist them la the work of their organization. The reort of State Highway Knginwr Curtis Hill was received and read, it covered three routes for a highway, two north and one south of the river. He made no recommendations but simply gave the result of bis Investigation. The nouthern route he found wa 3...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 15 August 1907

gSTORVv THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Amtur at "lot MM" CfHCt.- ZUD DA ML It UN." lie. ttso lik-lit lfc lij liA.b-JJriUI L-i. CHAPTER XXI. Continued. "OinIt but this s just wall lifr? earth, with a layer of bricks and a thin coat of cc'iH-uL A nice job it must have bwn to do the work. and tt cost tho price f a tlper hunt." I fsrnmbW. "Take heart, lad, and listen." and Larry br-nan pounding the wall with a hammer, exactly under the north patepost. We had sounded everything in and aixnit the house until the pro fess hored nif. "Hurry up and pet throitnh with It," I Jerked impatiently, holding the lan tern at the level of his head. It was Fharply cold under the posts and I was anxious to prove the worthless ness of his Idea and be done. Thump! thump! "There's a place here that sounds a trifle off the key. You try it." I snatched the hammer and repeated his R-mndinsrs. ' Thump! thump! There was a space about four feet square in the wall that certainly gave forth ...

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. — 15 August 1907

YTYTTTTYTYTTTTTTTTYTTYTTV "We have the fintt line of E WASH DRESS GOODS3 in the cily that we are sollinj? very cheap. Come in and i tzy hif New Dress Kov. 1 Our Black Dress department is com plete in Ycilcs, Panama, Chiffon, Lcrento, Siciiiion and many other fabrics that will make fine skirts to go with dainty waist or in full suits. Be sure and look at Our Line of Shoes beforo buying. If you hare never worn a White House Shoe, try them and know what it is to have your feet coin fortable. . P Buster Brcwn Shoes for tha Boys and Girls. American Beauty Corsets will make American Beauties of all the ladies that wear these corsets. S. L AMES, BAZAAR. PH03E WO. 116. tkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Items Gleaned From This Locality and Sorted Out in Sixes. Miss Bessie Chance ia visiting at Merwin this week. Co. C erk C. G. Weeks was down from Butler Tuesday after noon. Miss EthclJones, of this city, is visiting in Oianote, Kans., this week. Fred Ccughlan, of St. Joe, is hereon...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 15 August 1907

A-soro 'Uirooi! is a dangerous malady biityou dovkl need Ho Via a .sock around your neck to euro it unIment ill - 4hrrni- in Einr frf1f T. Mill l-Uin ni'i" i - ii' - . l&l'nrd's Snow f Jnifncrt ponotratort tho porefl, promot ing froo circulation, giviuj tho piu-jcloa more elasticity. ft. RMri'MATISM, CUTS, SPRAINS, BRUISES, WOUNDS, CLD SORES, STIFF JOINTS, BURNS AND ALL PAINS. GAVE IN5TAMT RELIEF. rTr" p,'Pri-.. rrovo, TJtoh. writ: "I hovo usod Ballard's pnrw L3;racnt far Iov.rrJ;rU, Tooth-ache and Bor Throat, xri J"h n'on oprli-'vaoa ipvj mo Instant relief. I can recom-r.-.-'iA has boinrr the be Ltaimont I havo ever used iu curing paia causod Iioiu Neuralgia, etc." VZllZU 2oC, 50c AND $1.00 Ballard Snow Liniment Co. 00-502 North Second Street, ST. LQUiS, - - 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 complexion and elegant jewels. An opportunity for every woman to ob...

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. — 22 August 1907

rrrnt vr '.ft '4 !U J! i 1 RICH XULL MISSOURI, TIIUIwDAT, AUGUST aa, 1007: yo. 51 VOLUME 17 FIT p X 2 2 LOCAL UKIKFS. - Wink Jamison was a Dutler 'u-itor Sunday. Joe Winchell spent Sunday here with home folks. 1 Hugh Richardson and wife are :. here c-n a visit to old friends. C. E. Fink and wife were pas " senders fur Nevada Sunday noon. "Will Anderson arrived Friday J from Ida, Kas., on a visit to friends and relatives. Mrs. Arch lilies, of Kansas , City, arrived Sunday noon on a visit to relatives here. . Carl Steuck and wife, of Neva da, spent Sunday with Steuck Bros, and other relatives of the East End. ' Miss Kittie Bradley,, of the Papinsville neighborhood, has been the guest of Miss Ailene Beasley the past 'week: Rev. Thil Stark filled his regu lar appointment at the Christian Church Sunday. A large crowd attended the morninjr and even- infj services. Earl Hicks, of Kansas City, is down on a visit to his parents. : He is employed in a wholesale house and ha a pood position in...

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. — 22 August 1907

Tim Tribune llrikK.nf & Hum :v, mUMier. Ci-aidk A. r.i:o K, Editor. 8utKTlitlon prlro $1.00 pcryonr. r.tH-r.Mj fit tho Itich Hill rft offire as eworid cl.isa mutter. Thenewkhul of grain, called1 snuri farmers to be tho best on tho market. If ono rf Brynn's spfpchos makes a person cra2y,vhat would result from a whole j:am paign of such speeches. Mr. Bryan says his ideals are greater than the presidency. He had better hold on to them then and leave the presidency for some favorable candidate. But let us, even though we sizz, extract from life -what cheer there is. Let dogs, not men, in consequence of dog days, feel like COc September dear is almost here, and faintly falls upon the ear the sweet,' harmon ious ku-chug of cider from the small brown jug. Ex. Those Awful Trusts Spreading. A woodpecker sat on a knotty limb; his head was read and his temper grim; for the world was cut of whck!vith.him. lie had hammered the stumps till his head did swim; ho had looked for worms till his e...

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. — 22 August 1907

J """VCt m . "jrO" STUART'S LAST BATTLE. 8trr-y ef Herpic Ceinindr's Fight with Custer's Cavalry. "The most luitilant charge I ever witniV-ted was made by Curiir t the l.ittle tf the Yellow Tavern," said au old confederate cavalrymau at the re c nt reunion In Richmond. "It was i.. ai the beginning of what historians fin tll the Wilderness campaign. "I van with J-b stuart. Gen. Fits l.ee'n division. Wlekham's brigade, and Dill .Sheridan's twp were banging u ua like a ack of hungry wolves, jilpi Ins us at every turn. We had li -c i marching; and fighting pretty ttiMifly mote than two weeks with r.ik.hty little ret. "We left Hanover Junction about cue o'clock one night and reached Yel low Tavern about ten o'clock the next uioiuli.g. Yuu know, Sheridan was rot one to let grass grow under hla fret when there was any fighting to hi' done and when he wa matched avulnht Jeb Stuart It ns nip und tuck. "We hadn't more than halted at tliu tavern when up come Sheridan and tries to drive u out. ...

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. — 22 August 1907

run men hill Tnisurc lH'C'KKilY & ItrCKIHlY, Publishers. CI.At'IHi A. llUOWN, i:.!ll.r. IilC'II IKU., 7T.7.T.. MISSOURI. New Immigration Act. On July !, 1907, the new linmtgra lion art of February JO, H07, went Into c fleet. As thli law In to repre sent, for the present at least, our pol icy with regard to the admission of s.Ucr.ts to the I'r.itcd Stales, It is well to nee clearly at this time what changes the new art has made In pre vious legislation, and what the prob able t fleets wilt be. . . . The new act is weak, remarks Robert PeC. Ward, In North American Review, In (bat the excellent "poor physique" clause Is largely nullified by giving the secretary of commerce and lbor uuilav.i ity to a.Ir.-.it rtys!cs!!y Wo tlve aiients under bands (except In rases of tuberculosis or loathsome and danperous contagious diseases!. All l ast experience goes to show that such bonds are useless. All common-sense go 3 to show that a physically defec tive and dV generate alica Is undesir abl...

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. — 22 August 1907

TOE ROADS HEED IIADLEY. All But Two Hvt Granted quest and Will Obey Law. Hi ths Jcffi THm City, MlnKotirl. It wr.s nn ninince.1 at office of lh attorney firnrjl Wednesday tliut a letter In 'I liH-n received from all tlie railroads of the, stute except tlie Mlmumrl I'a rific Rill the Frl.co In rit- Jo Attor ney General Hail ley's ltt r In rg;irj Mr. Iladley BKked at that u.ne that Hie rrtlliiKttlrt c ne IcKiiinir imm-ia In the statw n It was In dinrtt:ard of the anil -discrimination law, anil wss further obnoxious ilurlriR the test of the two-cent fares In thin stiite. All of the railroads heard from Ftate that tliry have discontinued the issuance c pannes In Mlesourl. Tl jrer.eral attorney of the Missouri Pacific is In llurope which tuny ac count for the failure of that road to reply. No explanation of the FtIsco's ta'l'jre to anaer has been offered. !n CP." jrc-cee.! inr are l trun aEninut the Mlnsouri Faclfle and the Frisco, the action probably will be taken la October. - JAPS PLA...

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. — 22 August 1907

THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES Br MEREDITH NICHOLSON 'THf. MM ffUftCt,' ZELBA i t. nglil Iw' i 7 i-j1u9 ii.?Trii vi. CHAPTER XXI. Continued. Pickering's face grew white ami his fyrj started, and when ho tried sud denly to apeak Ma jaw twitched. The room was so st f II that the breaking of a Mazing log on tha andirons was a idoasant relief. We stood, the three of us, with our eyes on Pickering, and In my own case I must wiy that my lieart was rounding my ribs at an ttn comfortable siecd. for I knew Lrry not sparring for tinic. Tho blood rushed Into Pickering's face and he turned toward Larry sstorinily. "This Is unwarrantable and in famous! My relations with Mr. Glon- iirm are none of your business. When yoif remember that after being dwtert d by his own flesh and blood ho ap lea!od to me. going so far aa to In trust, all his atfairs to my care at his ieatb. your reflection is an outrageous Insult. I am cot accountable to you or any one !?!" "iiea'ly. there's a R.wd deal In all that...

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. — 22 August 1907

TTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTVTTTTTTrT v ' TTe have the frost 1 liOki of I WASH DRESS GOODS a Mn the city that wo tre wiling very cheap. -Come in and t Izy Ytsr- New Drtss Row. 2 Our Black Dress, department in com plete la Ys'.les, Panama, Chiffon; Lertnta, SlcI'Sioa and many other , fabrics that will make fine Rkirta to ro with dainty waist or in fall suits. lie sure and look at E Oar Line of Shoes before bujinp. If ; you Jhave neer worn a White IIou se Shoe, try them and know what it is to have your feet coin fortable. h Butter Brown Shoes for the Boyi and Girls. ; American Beauty Corset will make American Beauties of all the ladies that wear these corsets. S. L. AMES, BAZAAR. PHONE IfO. 1x6. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Itsmi Gleaned From This Locality and Sorted Out in Sues. Jou Hood was an arrival Mon day noon from Adrian. Uay Watson was a visitor to Nevada Tuesday afternoon. Concrete porches will soon be the rajre in thij town. Keep 'er Coins Ralph and Bob Jones are doing a good business at the shoo...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 22 August 1907

H 12 Days Only! Jusl: 12 Days! ii il H L 11 11 ! . H i An Exciting Eventin the World of Music! J , v , .V 9 n v. it i M Ml IM M i it' YA a 1 i nrannr wm 3 r I n nron i t it tit i i i i i nnn ! n in ! f j "i. nnn : i: 1'! lUULJuU U UUtiU UULJ LJ ULiUUU ", 4 '- . 'ii imnOLEGARLOAD ";. AT : , . .': "' n n nr. Willi W f In 11 UUU! !L TTTT TT iililii!id "Ti r ri 9 Jlli G TTTT To) o COMMENCES AUGUST 24 AND LASTS ONLY UNTIL SEPT. 5, A Saving of from $75 to $150 on every piano and the most renowned of pianos, at that. Each instrument accompanied by a rig-id, binding guarantee. A sale conceived with the idea of plac ing you in touch with the Greatest Western Piano house--a concern repre senting Americas most famed makers. n P-1 n -ilyil u DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Some of the Renowned makes handled by the Olney-Hill Music Company: Knabe, Smith & oooooooooooeccoooooooooooa Baxnes, Willard. Kimball, Haynes & Company, Bailey, Rembrandt, Packard, Baldwin, Kauff man, Price k Teeple. Bush...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 29 August 1907

t -m w-j i) U.J. i i VOLUME 17 RICH HILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2j, 1507. 50. S3 tmlBS I HI I f LOCAL MIEFS. I II. P. James and family Sun dayed at Butler. t. t. licaty was an arnva, from Duller Friday noon. L. F. Robinson and little daugh ter were visitors at Butler Sat srday. Sam Barr of Butler was down Sunday, mingling with the "dears." Ileber Hudelson arrived from Kansas City Friday noon, on a visit to old friends. Misses Francis Guthrie and Amelia Forrer were passengers for Butler Friday noon. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Depcw and daughter, Miss Tone of Sprague, were in town Thursday. ir. j as. Lowacr nas moved bis family from the Shobo neigh borhood to the north part of town. ' Mrs. II. R Medley arrived Thursday night from Kansas City, on a visit to Mr. and Mrs Bagby, of the East End. Mr. and Mrs. Watt Dawson and little daughter, who have been here visiting the past day or so, departed for their home at Butler Saturday noon. Another fairly good sized crowd attended the band concert...

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