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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 29 August 1907

The Tribune lIriKni & JUvkf.uv, Iol)Unlicr. C i.ai UK A. Hikmvk, Editor. yuliHcrlption prlco f 1.00 iut year. Entered nt tho ltlch XI 111 rout oflU-c as second class matter. Th3 majority of republican edi tors over Uio country are in fa vor of Wm, Taft for President. Of course, the greatest victory will be irr the nomination. We often wonder how the Ap peal to Koason came to bo given that name. It is so much more than a mero appeal, that it is a loud, vociferous, cnsquelchable Demand upon Passion. Law rence "World. "Aunt Jane of Kentucky," the woman's rights story lately com mended by President Roosevelt, ha3 only been out about four months, and is already in its fifth edition. It is also being put into Braille type for the blind. Joseph "Winpate Folk, the ideal governor of imperial Missouri, has surely fallen from grace in the minds and hearts of Missou ri's citizens, despite the occa sional puff of a democratic paper. Isn't it a case of too much suc cess and overdone enthusias...

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. — 29 August 1907

OLD WORLD FEUDS HERE IN AMERICA HEW YORK'S CARNIVAL OF BLOOD How the Hunchakist, the Hand, the Vendetta, the Other Complications, Have Been Imported Into the Metropolis to Breed Violence, New York. The time was, and Dot jo very long ngo, when any murder in New York which had In It any amount of mystery and which could not be at tributed to one of the causes which commonly bring on murder jealousy or temper or robbery wag apt to be JaM at the doors of one or another of the pangs that Infested the city. Hith er It was supposed that the gang had a grtitlt-e agalnfct the victim and so Arranged to destroy him, or thai the gang had been hired to remove him and hi 1 planned the job and done it aceiudins to contract. Put within the lael few years in clement more dangerous, more sinis ter and far more subtle has crept into V., 1 lL.i, If i. r SI. M t . ' "- t A1 vo Wj to 1 New Vr.rks crime records. Old World fi;li ;vt:d vendettas have been trans-pUi-.U'J here, and, seemingly, the soil of tie...

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. — 29 August 1907

TME RICH HILL TR1DUNE hvc kk.i'.y & nrcKr.nY. ruM!ii'r. CLAU'H A. PllOWN. Editor. men mix. 77.77.77.. mihsoi iu. Literary Criticism. Mr. Bban F. Pullock complain that literary criticism in becoming namby pamby. "Contdderftteness" 1 the prevailing fashion In It. One English Journul, noted for Its trenchant re views of books, vat rebuked for lt Jiarshnoss the oilier day by brother editor, who innocently observed that the publishers would soon cease send ing volumes for notice. If nicer thing were not said about them. Critics rcnt te "considerate." This Is a varl ant of the old. phrase to the effort hat they must ba "constructive." Honest !y Interpreted, that meant that the au thor must be coddled, not told of his faults; and that the public must be fed on suear-plums. not warned of impure or indigestible food. Conplder teness, as Mr. Pullock remarks. Is a most excellent thing. We ought all to fee as kind as we can. Hut there are higher virtues, sterner obliga tions. One of them Is...

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. — 29 August 1907

fs WOMEN WHO WENT TO WAR. Dvote. Wive Who Could Not Bsar . Separation from Husbands. Trie women tif America had their full rliare of the burdens tf war when liny nave their liuntiands. sons and It'jUhtk to the country which ealled tijmn them lit dire need. It I eon railed that of tlie two, the woman who Mayed nt home anil tin- man wbo niarehed away, the woman had the harder ta.-k. Hut th( rerun! of the war detain ment til.ow tint fonim er not. In all ease?, wiliiri; to remain at home, pa-.wd from thtisi they love,;, stranpe storied, writes A'' C. Sweet. In Chl capo Journal, are tol l, some of them well authenticate,), ef fii-.'.a who enlist- Sh Saw Her Hutband Shot Dead by Her Sde. M an men and maintained Ihelr dis unite for a longer time than would be imagined (mi-Hl'lo. I.vo of one man. rather than lov :t country, w us the rtillt.g passion w Hh most of the war going; women. Hut ther cr exceptions, apparently, one of which I ahull describe. tt was viisy. ei eclal'.y after Ihe first...

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. — 29 August 1907

i THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES r.y ft'LR EDITH NICHOLSON UAXtkufl." lie. lap right lr Uot,u-liriilt CHAPTER XXII. Continued. he ownni: the lantern at arm'e length back and forth so that its rays at every forward motion struck my fare like a blow. "It (isn't exactly pleasant In this cav ern iTnir. you wish to turn me over to the lord h!ch executioner, I will bid yon pood night" "Hut the Infamy of this of coming In bore to spy upon me to help my enemy the man who is seeking plun der doesn't seem to trouble you." "No. Not a particle:" she replied qntetly, ind ib-n. wila on impudent fliris, "Oh, no!" she held up the lantern to look at the wick. 'Tin really disap jwiintod to find that you were a little nhoad of me. Squire Glenarm. I didn't give you credit for so much persever ance. Hut if you have the notes " "The notes! Ho told you there were rotes, did he? The coward tent you bero to find them, after his other tix!s failed him?" fche lauqhert that low laugh of hers that wss like 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. — 29 August 1907

TI VTTTVTTTVTTTTTTmmrrrTT we have the finest line of E WASH DRESS GOODS! in the city that we are selling very cheap. Come in and C lay Veer New Dress Row. Our Black Dress department is com- -plete in Voiles, Panama, Chiffon, Lcrtcto, Slclllloa and many other fabrics that will make tine skirts to go with dainty waist or in full suits. Be sure and look at E Oar Line of Shoes before buying. If you have never worn a White llou se Shoe, try them and know what it is to have Your feet com fortable. , T Butter Brown Shoes for the Boys and Girls. 2 American Beauty Corsets will mske American Beauties of all the ladies that wear these corsets. E S. L AMES, BAZAAR. PH05E NO. 116. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. ' Ittms Gleaned From This Locality and Sorted Out in Sues. 'A circus is booked for this town on Sept. 27th. " ' Br. Slater's dental o3:3wil be cl6sed hereafter on Monday - and Tuesday. ; W. a Stonebfak r departed ifor Pittsburg, Kans., Saturday 'noon, on a business visit. J, Remember, VT. T. Duvall ca...

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. — 29 August 1907

A-soro taroac is a dangerous malady bulyou dan X nccdlo tie a sock around your neck to euro it -J) BALLARD'S LINIMENT r-J wiH onr that tlvror.t in short ordor. UaUarsi's Snow Unimcnt ponetr&tos thft poren, promot ing free circulation, giving tlio launcies more elasticity HEU.M ATI5M, CUTS, SPRAINS, BRUISES, CUNDS, OLD SORES, STIFF JOINTS, BURNS AND ALL PAINS. Cures GAVE INSTAMT RELIEF. ITfnrT Ftone, Trovo, Utah. writes: "I hare nd Ballard's tnovr Liniment for Kcural..a, Tooth-ch and Hor Throat, which upon application pavo no inpt-ant relief. I can rocom mrnd It m Iwinir t!e bcrt Liniment I hare ever used la curing paia caused froia Neuralgia, etc" PRICE 25c, 50c AND $1.00 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 complexion and elegant jewels. An opportunity for every woman to obtain both, for a ...

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. — 5 September 1907

r" "'"'V l wm -- - IUI I! a i - H h V l !ij)U I J Vj ;rO, VOLUME 18 RICH HILL MISSOURI, THURSO SEPTEMBER 5, 1507 C i "' - (r, , Z ro. 1 f LOCAL BRIEFS. 1 J. V. Babbitt, of Spraguc, was in town Monday. . Will Vodry spent Sunday in Rich HilL Geo. Teropleton visited at Ne vada Sunday. Belcher-Wright's "Under Two Flags" showed at Webb City Sunday. The churches were well attend ed Sunday, both morning and evening. ; Andy IJackett, of Nevada, was among the Labor Day visitors Monday. Lawyer J. R. Hales was a pas aenger for south Missouri Mon day noon. John Ratekin arrived Saturday from Altoona, on a visit to rela tives and friends.' J. M. Stephenron and son and daughter, of the country east of town, spent Labor Day here. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Wright departed Saturday nifiht for Kansas City to attend the bed Bide of their son, who is seriously UL Mrs. Elmer Brown and two children, of Springfield, III., de parted for their home Saturday night, after a visit to relatives here. Ref. W. B. Chancel...

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. — 5 September 1907

o o l' o t'; w mi r o o o The cffcct cf Scoifjt EmuUiontn pale children is magical. It make them plump, rosy, attire, hrr7 It conUiru Cod Lircr Oil, I Ijpcphc phitc "o ana vsycc; .nr, 10 rn&Ke iai, oicruu in j wcsti, . I ... -1 1 1 1. - . ! f .?? t r m 'I nnu id put iueuicr it u . by little folk. ALL DRUCCIST3I 60o. AND $1,00. ji J. V "f W ?f vr nftaf V w ' v at ' " 1X1 1 The Tribune HiTKEBY & Jlt KEHY, rubllsberg. Cl.at.pk A. ISrowh, Editor. Subscription price f 1.00 per year. Entered at the Itleh Hill post office as B'-coud clasfl matter. Richard Manstield, the cele brated actor, is dead. It was a shock to the general public. The Trackman, official organ of the order by that name, has reached our desk. It is conduct ing quite a fight for better rail roads m Missouri. It is a good cause, for lives of.'passengers are endangeredby such criminal negligence on the part of many roads in the state. After a newspaper man has yelled hiinsrlf honrse in an effort to persuade, people ...

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. — 5 September 1907

IN in it i MADE GIFTS BY MILLIONS Rockefeller's Wealth Ex ceeds a Billion If He Has Adhered to His Original Biblical Plan of Devoting One-Tenth of His Total Accumulation to Charity Much of His Donating Has Been Accomplished with Scriptural Secrecy. I will nnrrljr give tiie tenth to tt.r. ci-.-ri 'U 'js z;, lt not thv left hand know what thy 'lfht ItMll't ll.Hlll -MKlll.f 1. John 1). Koeki-Ieller, upon whose oil monopoly the felted States gov ernment has laid penalty of over $2J.0Q')M'!0 for alleged violations of the law against rebates, has given awny, up to the present time, more than $100,000,000 "for public good"--to churches, schools. hospitals, avium" and miiutlona. In "an address some years ago be Xie n Cleveland religious gathering of his own Baptist faith Mr. Hockefeller told the story of bit early struggles He told be had always followed the Scripture rule adopted by him when a poor clerk, which provides for giving i.ie-tenth of his earnings to charity. Accepting thin statr...

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. — 5 September 1907

THE RICH HILL TRIBUNE lU'CKlCBY A JIUCKFOY, Publishers. CIAVDB A. P.ROWN. Editor. RICH HILL. MISSOURI. City and Its Milk Supply. ' It l remarkable that, with all ths excitement concerning pure food lk, which baa stirred our wide expanse f territory during the last year, ao Utile attention should have been given to the food of the child. We hoar of lawn to provide Inspection for meat, laws to control the sate of drugs. Uti to reu!ate the movement aud inspee tlon of vegetable products, but not one of all these Important movements has to do with substance so likely to mine widespread death, or to act as a currier of disease, as the one we arc 'Msci;?sins here. Most of the foods are e-oked. Milk is served raw. Most of the foods are limited In the scope of their distribution. Milk enters every household. Host of the foods Rive comparatively little lodgment or nutrition to evil bacteria. Milk offers both. Can there be any greater mu nicipal necessity than proper milk laws properly enforce...

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. — 5 September 1907

COW ATE DYNAMITE AND TO A TIME THERE. CHAOS ON THE FARM. WAS Peculiar Dit of Bovine. Simply Unset tled Everything Caused Labor Complication Among Other Things. tOt YOUR BACK ACHEf APPEAL THAT WAS HEEDED. Qm-er d-ttiands are cumin from the farmers on the line of tlie ni'W ac-que-duct, Kays (lie New York Times. A claim for "one dynamited cow" mas oettled tho other day. When the claim reached the controller It called for 1125. The controller turned It over to the hoard of water supply, which In turn Bent Engineer Charles E. Davis to Investigate. The claim ant was John McCauley, ot Hrown's station, I'uster county. The engineer ing: force had been at work near bl lilace. Tlie claim, he said. included the trampling down of prow-Ins; grain " Was the cow blown up?" asked the cbclneer. "Not exactly," said the claimant. " but she scared us a!) to death. You see. one of the engineers had left stick of dynamite In a field and the cow ale It. She piotiawy tnougni u was an ear of corn or somethin...

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. — 5 September 1907

THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON tuiw -in? m tnnncE." zeis. ysHiion," toe. Lu;-iijut iw j llobaa-aaniil ca. CHAPTER XXII!. Continued. "Try it again," I heard Larry ad mcmiKli him. "try that once more, and The Sod. God bless It! will never feel the delicate imprint of your web-feet a.iia." !!e turncJ the man about and rushed hint toward the house, the re volver Ft ill serving as a prod. Hit Slight gave hesit to the wary Invaders Immediately behind him and two fel lows, urged and led by Morgan, ibaraed our line at a smart pace. "Bolt for the front door," I called t'. l.arry. and Stoddard and I closed In after hint to guard his retreat. "Thcy"ro not shooting," "railed Stod l rd. "You may be sure they've had their orders to capture the house with as lit lie row as possible." We were now nearing the edge of tiie wood. 1th the open meadow and w:(er tower at our backs, while Larry was making Rood time toward the lnit.;e. "Jl's not wait for them here," siiDtiied Ploddur...

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. — 5 September 1907

Tf TTTTTTTTTTTTTTf TTTtTTTT We havo tha finest line of E WASH DRESS GOODS 5 U....J. in the city that wo are Boiling very cheap. Coineinand E Csy Yisr New Dress Kow. 2 Our Black Dress department is com plete in I Y!!es. Panama, ChUIcn, Lorento, Slcitiloa and many other fabrics that will make fine skirts to CO with dainty waist or in full suits. He sure and lock at 3 E Our Line of Shoes 3 before buying. If yoa have never worn a White House Shoe, try them and know what it is to have your feet com fortable. 3 Buster Biown Shoes for the Eoys and Girls. American Beauty Corsets will make American Beauties of all the ladies that wear these corsets. S. L AMES, BAZAAR. PHOJE NO. u6. a LOCAL IIAI'PEM.NGS. Items Gleaned From This Locality and Sorted Out in Sizes. Miss Grace Wachtel, of Neva da. sDcnt Labor Dav in Rich HilL ' . ... - -.1 ur. oiaier a acuta omce wu be closed hereafter on Monday and Tuesday. Miss Emma Bennett departed for PilUburg, Kan9- where she intends to remain. Claude Allen d...

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. — 5 September 1907

r "')?" Loo!: out) for your Children;? Health whilo llicyaro young ""7 a a rmuil- mMlolnn for ehlldrfln. 1 in a 1ii.i ,,n(l. iimniior. vott on thoir chocks, and Ulnees lor them will b thing of the pst, At Positive! Cure rr MS fff WAV 1 -"-TV . . A LIVER OWU'LAINTS. Sold and Recommended by OPERA DRUG STORE. The Secret of A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION Now Revealed FREE What beautj is more desirable than an exquisite complexion and elegant jewels. An opportunity for every woman to obtain both, for a limited time only. The directions and recipe for obtaining a faultless complexion is the secret long guarded by the master minds of the ORIEN TALS and GREEKS. This we obtained after years If work and at great expense, to is the method used by the fair est and most beautiful women of Europe. Hundreds of American women now use it have expressed their delight and satisfaction. This secret is easily' under stood and simple to follow and it will save you the expense of creams, cosmetics, bleaches and f...

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. — 12 September 1907

S1- iiLjJLd iL ilj.L dLli 1 f iiro.iL ,J.i JL. '"4 i ij VOLUME 18 RICH KILL MISSOURI, TIXUPSDAY, SEPTEMBER it, 1507. TTO. 2 U j ft I U i I LOCAL HKIKIVS. Sunday was a cool and delight ful day. Jno. Johannes, of Sodalia, was a business visitor hero Saturday. Mr, W, U. Collins, of Kansas Citv, was-visiting in Rich Hill Sunday morning. Misses Esther Grob and Ethel Lampkin, of Appleton City, are in the city visiting friends. Mrs. D. B. Ilickey is attending the bedside of her father at Gha na te, Kan. Ho is reported as very ilL 4 r Kev. BUlock, "of Eldorado Springs, arrived Saturday' to till his regular appointment at Spragim, 1 Miss Hattit? Gauit who has been here ' visiting her sister, Mrs. Frank Kilts, departed for her home , near Spraguc-Thursday afternoon. Forepaugh and Stlls Bros.' circus owns mora than one half the elephants in America, among which are the famous Lckhart herda. The ' menagerie is the largest under canvas and has many animals un exhibition never before seen in this...

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. — 12 September 1907

The Tribune 1Htkkhy& llicxinv, ruMInhors. li,At:iK A. IWioww, Kill tor. Siil.wili'llon price tl.00 pprypnr. i:titTv'd nt tii inch mil poet- A new law has pone into effect allowing passengers 150 lbs. Bryan das cfUlodTaft a great post pone r. At any rate he has not put oil being elected as much as Wm. Jennings. Let's sec. Joseph Loptgnte Folk. Wasn't he elected govern or of Missouri, and -what was he going to do? "We have forgotten Drynn sure has an appetite for vain glory. At the present time he clears about $500 a day dis persing hot air and as president lie would not receive but $133 per day. The unions are composed of many good men and because a few members aie radical and narrow in their views is no sign they are all that way, and no in institution can be fairly judged by some of its unreliable mem bers. A leading medical journal in recent article defended gum chewing on grounds that is serT ed two good ends. Namely it helps keep teeth clean and also increases saliva, thereb...

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. — 12 September 1907

i POOR SHADE OF ROYALTY Bareness Harden - Hickcy Once Ruled in Royal State on the Island of Trinidad, Now with Mind Hopelessly Gone, In in Sanitarium with Delusion of Former Greatness Her Only Comfort. New York. " Almost a queen'" Fit title for a modern melodrama, this I'll nice which, in Invisible character. Is written over the d.jor of a prlvae mum In a sanitarium at Stamfont. Own. Almost It Plight tx rolled an epitaph, (or behind that door sits ths mental wreck of a New York woman who ruled figuratively by her beauty ami rharm, and literally by the lltlfi conferred upon her by her own hus band, his highnchs, Jacques I . prince of Trinidad. Tc-iy lurttics Anne Harden I lie key has for her subjects only do voted attendants and fellow-dcluslon-b-ts. each of whom In hi or her way rules over a little kingdom which none fitln r may enter. For the once beautiful nd gifted daughter of J. H. Flichr, cousin of Henry M. Flagler, the Standard Oil magnate, ha lost hr reas.in. The death of her...

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. — 12 September 1907

4 THE niCM HILL TRIOUNE IIirCKKUY & Hl'CKKllY, Publisher. CLAUDE A. imOWN, Editor. men hill. missoviu. Veo'bl Immigrants. It seems strange to look hark op. the days when we Imported fruit and vegetables, Hh the whole plant king dom ready to bo conquered for our farmers. We Rmllc when we recall the t'nys "before the war," when the tomato wu a curio from Peru a 'poison npplc" used to frighten the r'avrs Into obedience. Yet last year we grew It on 600,000 acres of land. The Franciscan fathers were early workers in this resooct. The alfalfa they Iiitroduced In the '50b which found Ha way here fronf Asia Minor, by way of Chile has turned 2.000,000 acres Into an Immensely profitable farm area. Their sprigs or olive, too, now cover l.UO'J orchards. And a few orange curlings from the Brazilian east coast, due to the foresight of an American woman, to-day represent $S.O0O.O0O a year for the California crop aione. As one of the smaller things, take the horseradish of Malln, a little villa...

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. — 12 September 1907

MELONS IN STORAGE HOW PEACE JUSTICE DECIDED COMPLICATED CASE. Doth Sidct Seemed to Havi the Law on Their Bide, and the Judge Arcie Sublimely to tht Occasion. I'roMi'iim worthy of Solomon' am nun aro often stilnnltted to these ru ral nrlillrators, Justices of the pearo. Li the Martin county (Mo) archives li n Uri. of tli lit tort : Timothy Kain, farmer of l'aley township, et out emne- watermelon vines which thrived so luxuriously that they trespassed. iin the field of lila neighbor, Felix Hopper. When (.-amorlng tltne came Kaln'a attempt to hardest Ms runaway product W3 rebuked hy Hopper and lila shotgun. The controversy pot Into rourt and Squire William Easley. for whom the tewDj'iip was named, was asV'd to de ckle tho ownership of Un watermelons worth 15 cents apiece. The lawyers for Kain read books to show that his 1 rights of property followed the vines clear Into the next county should they travel no far. Hopper's lawyer p ro il uovd r-qually ouud reading to prove that Hopper wa...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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