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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 12 September 1907

V rr THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES By MEREDITH NiCHOLSON Asian l TRK MMfl ffUXCE." tiAMlsutl." r,ic. ItlDA .trMrk IMt lu UokM-Menul la. CHAPTER XXIV. Continued. "I think you are quite right, sir," MiJ Paten. lf threw down the re volver he helJ In his hand and leaned upon the edge of the long table that Jay on its side, his gsro still bent on PloVrinp, who stood with his over-c-oaf buttoned close, his derby hat on Ihe floor beside him, where tt had lallen us Nates hauled him Into the room. Th Round tf a measured step, of ome one waiving, ot a careful foot on a stairway, was quite distinct. v7i remarked the wlight stumble that 1 had noticed before. We were all so Intent on those steps In the wall (hat we were off guard. board Rates jell warnlngly, and Iarry rtd Stoddard rushed for Pickering lie had drawn a revolver from his overrent pocket and was about to fire at mc when Stoddard sent the weapon flying through the air. '"Only a moment cow. gentlemen id Xlates, nn odd smile on his f...

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. — 12 September 1907

rrrrrYTTTTTTTTTTtTTTTTTTrj We havo the finf pt 3 of E WASH DRESS GOODS! la the city that we re selling very cheap. Come in and tny Year Nfw Dress Kw. Monty Leaa. I bv a ftw thousasd dollars to loan on easy terms on geof farm property. II. P. EcMcica. Our Black Dress department is com plete $a t Vc!!cs, Panama, Chiffon, lorento, SlcfUioa and many other fabrics that will make fine Bkirts to go with dainty waist or in full suits. Be sure and look at E Our Line of Shoes before buying. If you hnve never worn ft White House Shoe, try them and know what it is to have your feet com fortable. r Buster Brown Shoes for the Boys end Girls. American Beauty Corsets will make American Beauties of all the ladies that wear these corsets. S. L AMES, BUAAB. PII05E NO. 116. a Everett McMuIlan died at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. BaraT McMullen, of the northwest part of town Tuesday morning, of a complication of diseases. The funeral took place from the M. 'I Church, South, yesterday af ternoon at 2:30 o'cl...

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. — 12 September 1907

1 T!! PAXIMl RE-tMOM. r j; h :' ;! n li jj ? i r 1 r RICH HILL (7 R FR I'D AY $L:0 v I X t "" i f o ) irwii JT-ZZ3 rACEATIS j il CSwi adi UK. JU ft fonw(.l. i TV -1st v . fj rw..--r AND WEAK WOMAN'S WONDEnFUL,1 SHOW CF KERVE AND NEVER 5 EQUALED DARING. T2 L. j J ft t TM ' .r ri'iK Imp n T9iMir--tf ' 1 t; ? ni o txi -. 10 cut m.i- j r .--Sr 5f X J A I s. lm :AUTO. :( f 3' .-SOME g : 4fS ' r use; til H WUI Hl Of VECMMIH trj- , , ? luturi' rut! tw umi i TKRILLING-SrKSATStJ.IALEEVfelLtE? iT'-, II 1 ' WHOLE. CITY i4l . J-m 99 TV (rru( eM1asl tK M W4 51 "-v Mn Cat f Wl4 4 Trl Atlmli Ukaa Ar OttotlMVMLink. TIM ! If tMkuiu r Clld, All Ntjr' aVtrAWWiul WIU tuu 4WBMlaa l r A B - "f " w wmn. w. ! wmii, ww inimm mi.i,M au A CIRCUS MORB AVl-INSPIRING THAN tVE SEEN BEPORE- BIG CIRCUSES by 300 World-Famous Perforaafa In 3 Eiafs. oa 3 Stages, on tb Big Hippodrcnie "1' Eaofmocs Aerial Eaclivc BIG FREE STREET PARADE 2 Tw f irt ita Day,amPwCwgwLJ f i p t mi Tlitin Mmm li t.PiBnj tHjia rf JUL IBLr Mil ...

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. — 19 September 1907

rrn i u i IT3 ILJijlJiiij Ui lOJiL VOLUME 18 RICH IIILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1507. 6AUT CELLAR CF LONG AGO. Was Distinctive Mark of Caste In the Middi Aos. Tale it a medieval salt cellar." salit t&e aati.usrr. "It If huge, It it shaped Ilka a eastle. It Is solid niter and the prlee but what la the ue tpJllng the frlce to yon? Very magnlflrrnt, ch? la the middle age, you know, the alt cellar was the principal table orna BioaL Guests tat above or he low the alt as they were prominent or the reverse. Where do you think you'd have sat, eh? Quer table manner! they had la those days. The faMIdious had individual knives, fork and spoons, but the common people ate W1U their fingers. Ton helped your aelf from the general dish with your wn spoon, if you had one, but If you were very, yery fastidious you lirked the spoon clean first. The food was sjueer rich, rank food swans, herons, porpoises, garlic, verjuice, saffron. There was mead and wine In floods and hers stood about w...

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. — 19 September 1907

The Tribune i!. I. Jl( ( KTUIV, .N'ANMK II. Jil l KKHV, I'.illtors miuI rulilinlicrs. SuIir r 1 1 1 1 n jirioo $1.00 prr jenr. KntoJv.1 ot th U!(h 1 1 ill post oHiee wvond class mat tor. Senator LaFullettc of Wiscon sin s.'ij'S, "Rraffc exists every where." Makes U3 w here he was raised. wonder The ditrcinjr of the Panama Canal is proing along at an excel lent pace just now. The jealous ies and bickerings of a few mouths 8o seem to have passed out with the high priced men and thinps have settled down to a working basis that means pro gress and success. The British ship Lusitania that has just crossed the ocean at the railroad speed of nearly 30 iniles an hour, is but a pro phecy of what the speed will be fifty years from now. "What was a voyage of months a bun drcd years ago is now a pleasure trip of only a hundred hours. The Republicans of the county should keep a sharp lookout to ward the political future in this county. Put only the best men in the lead and then steadily fol low ...

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. — 19 September 1907

PASSING OF "CANFIELD" Interesting Personality of the "Biggest Gambler in the Worlds-Man Who Pro vided Palaces and Luxur ies for Devotees of the Goddess of Chance Like Cthers of Prominence, He Mad His Day, and It Is Over. New Ycrk. pold!rs nd nialMmm of international fame tills country bas iirtul'iced ta cumber: artists. Invent ors, lawyers, athletes and let It not bo overlooked! golf flayer bare sprung from thla country Into world wide fame with gratifying frequency. Cut of that class la distinction we bare produced only on &inLr. Richard A. Canfield. Ho Is passing:. I.ast week the "For Sale" alga was nailed upon tils Saratoga place, and the owner has announced tbat be has 'turned bis last card." Hearing; In mind that the Mont Carlo gambling establishment Is con ducted by a stock company. It Is per missible to say that for the past dozen years Illchard A. Cfcoflelil has been tbo WBgcft gambler in tho world, ta) tbe New York Time. I! wa Inevitable that romance should hav mixed ma...

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. — 19 September 1907

TH RICH HILL TRIDUNE 1UTKKHY & HUCKITlY. rulllicm. t.i-Atin: A. imOWN. Editor. r.icn hill. 77.77777.. Missouri. T:i ar.J (l the truth and fear no rvil. What )ou (i:s!iko do not force Oft Welt, how are you getting on lo jour soul kissing Instructions? Be honci-t and Just, to your employ er, working In the open, and he will wot fall to find yutir valun. The small minority of brain snd enerrry ever control the great major ity of bun, nn beef and Ignorance. If ripened souls enjoy the liploss slss the average person will do his best to see that his soul stays preen. lYobaMy it never occurred to Uncle Kussell Sara that the designs on our American 110 and iZO gold pieces have loen Inartistic. A St. Louis girl Frew three inches taller during her vacation and her fiance now describes her an tlic height of Lis ambition. Nikola Tesia still insists that he can talk to Mara. Hut will be stop talking long enough to give Mara a chance to reply?' A special bulletin from the depart ment of agric...

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. — 19 September 1907

New In natural History. I.'ot fill I'.iiplifli rhliir'n mo wi.'ll ii;t;-J on pttM-k. Tho following 'liottli'in" am from essays xl 1 1 lH J at a reernt how: "Tho younir horses have lotis lei:, so tbat It Killit kt "P up to Its mother when ili) lion like tint lion anil tiger are hfi.T Ilicin to devour them." "The fowl," declares (till another, "when alive In uwl for cock flehtiiiK snd when dead fur IU beautiful feathers" "The 1k (tela IU wool coat ofl hi summer. Then we pet the wcRtl of it. Tho jdg la ro girded ft hod creature." MEDICAL FAILURES. An Authority Says Three Fourths bf Graduates Are Unfitted to Practict. That 3,000 out of the 4.000 gradu ates turned out by tho Medical Col leges each year are whultly unfitt"'! bv practice medicine and arc menaces to the communities In which they set- , tie was stated by Dr. Chester Mayer, of tho State Hoard of Medical Kxaro Iner of Kentucky at a nicotics of tho American Medical Association's Com mittee on Medical Fdumtten, he'd in Chlcapo n...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 19 September 1907

"o-nfM 1 THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES -.5 I Py MHRtDITII NICHOLSON a w i m r mi in," mm l)Ailki)N," lie. .eijriia lipui by luirj-i.n lip . CHAPTER XXiV. Continued. Thfit was orlplnalty a trench for nsfurnl pss pines. There was once a fn;o (tumping station on (he site of this house, with a Mr trunk main run csnjr o!T across country lo supply the towns west of lu re. The pas was ox "ta tinted, and the pipes were taken up lof're I bec-nn to tviild. I should never have thought of that tunnel In the world if the trench hadn't sngsest 1 It. I merely deepened and widened it a little and flustered it with cheap vmnt, as far as tho chapel; and that int.te room there where I put Inker Ibr's notes had once been the cellar a bouse built for the superintend ent of tho gas plant. I never had any lilpft that I should nse that passage at as, mencs of getting Into my own bouse, but Marian met me at the station, told me that there was trouble here, and -came with me through the chapel Into the cel...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 19 September 1907

TYYtTTTYTTTTrYVTYTTTTYTYT We have the finest line of E WASH DRESS GOODS 5 In tlio city that we are selling very cheap. Come in and p Say Ycsr New Dress New. a Our Black Dress department is com plete in t Voiles, Panama, Chiffon, Lcrtnto, Slcilllon and many other fabric that will make fine skirts to no with dainty waist or ia full suits. Be suru and look at 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. r- -1 Busier Brown cu" for the Boys and Girls. 5 American Beauty Corsets will make American Beauties of all tho ladies that wear these corsets. S. L AMES, PHOSE KO. 116. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Items Gleaned From This Locality and Sorted Out in Size. Sam F. Lane from east of the river, was in tho city Saturday. Dr. Slater's dental office will be closed hereafter.on Monday and Tuesday. J. W. Woodhouse, of Nevada, was in our city Monday sinking hands with old friends. List your Rich Hill property for sa...

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. — 19 September 1907

i CELTIC TONGUE IS DYING. 1" RICH HILL Q I f i Prettrvrd from Extinction Only Effort! of Patrlotie Societies. by n tidy to FiR I'D AY ' ! ill n 1 .,' t 1 V 111 i rc5 3 ..joi t vims' V - J '? I i nrf r rr inn rt cm- asta. t . ( . miw 1WL -w w V ill .v X .3. f -- I II m fr1 WW' fit twt.,V W fa' to Ml or rirfl fltiS-jt.V ' ? Jt . i'. ! 3 wsstt ? piwcvua i.f. ..'t '. j , JL , , - j! ii ll bOti cITCMnXt r Twf ''-.V- a k i L' mumx,.? ri-rt i urr.f arr .-r 1 i R mi 5 'i w:ieri wtt1;: y Ki KHriroi nt:--T. r . . H - 1.1 ACEATI5? Mild II S akdweak AUTO . A 1 WOMAN'S v.? SOfiER ' 7 i WONDERFUL; i -SET A 1 'SHOW OF- A I P 1 TT I NEVER fc-f jLatest gi 1 J I EQUALED . RKSvGreatest 11 ' ''iipJiK. ninii I n? rrvrinMII rrif hTD'V T 111 .aV:cicantic.new spectacle . gi . I I ITT e ! 1 t 1 lit 1 I i " K II -vtir . ,.T ir. I 1 MI inirtiU ! ill n. If I 1 -v. - i .. J w. i,Vli.0 -I a: IrV tlOLC CITT .VVC'trffBof ?fS!TI IS lyr Sa 3 $ 1 'iy Civcn ty 300 World-Famous Performers in 3 EingsS yy ca 3 Siages.oa ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 26 September 1907

ftm r r-l 1141 u paw lb) U Ji'-I JHJc 11 1, i m i a i s i ij 5 n i Hk. 4 1 4 VOLUME 1 8 RICH ITILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTESIEF.R tC, 1907. T,0. 4 6N THI Uie Of A, $5 TAMP. $vrsl Officials Didn't Know What Thy Are Intended for. If you ranie Into jios-iilon of a five dollar postage stamp what would yoa 4 with it? Tht fle dollar clamp la tae Btjbest denomlnatloa the govera sent manufactures. Tbry are on sale at alt first-class post ofGces, say tbe Kansas City Star. . Harry Uarrls, treasurer cf the pot eflce, ii exhibiting a bundle of tbera wblcb. had; beea reeled rwently. "Very pretty," ssld the visitor. "But Wbat are they used for?" , , "Why, postage, of coureoo wait ft minute." Xf. Harris pondered. "The weight limit on first-class poa tate. which la the most costly. Is four pound," a BAia. "At the establlsed rale of two ceata an ounce a four pouad package would require ouly Ml la taropa. Coukln't use the fle dollar stamp there, could you? It might be is"i aa thlrl!asa mat ter where...

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. — 26 September 1907

r The Tribune ;i o. T. Ill rKJ II v. Nanmk H. Ill " ki my, Kili torn mill rtiMIMuT. SnliHcrlptlnn price $1.00 joryenr. Kntrrrd nt tlio UlfU H!U pout o!'icc n wtoihI cln8 ninlter. Possibly the Standard Oil Co., considered live million dollars profit on a million dollar invest ment about twenty per cent. Lnws seldom work as those who clamor for them expect. Theories are usually nice pretty rwTairs, but practical application soon demonstrates their absurd ity. Oklahoma went Democratic by a pood big larjjo majority. We expected nothing else, there fore were neither surprised nor disappointed. The constitution was adopted by a still larger ma jority. Prohibition went through with somethiug less than a unan imous vote. One Circuit Court Judge has decided that the 8-hour law pass ed by the last Legislature of this state is unconstitutional. Only one item of evidence that our last Legislature made work for onr courts and business for the law yers. There will be plenty more as time goes on'....

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. — 26 September 1907

A FIGHT TOR LIFE. Membf ef Scouting Party Dig Way Through Mountain of Snow to Safety. That a battle la worth fighting l the very end. no matter how dliicour aging the situation or how apparently Implacable the foe, la shown In Mr. J. W. Steele' "Sketches" of the. army frontier. If courage and strength had given out only a few momenta sooner the hero of the story would never hare told the tale. A certain young soldier waa one of a western scouting party which was exploring; the headwaters of the Gila. A snowstorm had caused the company to liwe their way, and they rode, day after day. allent In the dread of com ing cold and narration. Aa long aa the snow melted In the nun they could control their Uilrat. and harea supplied them with food One night, while the party was camp In;;, a soldier, walking by bfoiseif. thought he saw a path. Following it along for a little way. he aat down In the ahelter of a boulder. Suddenly he heard a great rushing noise as of a furious wind. An avalanche s...

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. — 26 September 1907

r THE RICH HILL TRICUNE IH'CKI'IIY & HL'CKKRY, Publisher. CLAl'DH A. PTtOWN. Editor. RICH HILL. MISSOURI. A Womm Without Homi Duties. A woman who has do home duties, or who doe not attend to such duties. Is pest to her acquaintances. It msy take her a long lime to make lior breakfast tollel, but her outside gar ments go on like magic when the hat once decided to make a morning or afternoon call. She will not work, and she will not let her neighbors work, iler acquaintances are kept in a state of chronic discomfort in the expecta tion of a viBit, and a door bell in her vicinity cannot ring without striking terror to the heart of the lady of the house. A call from this Idle person means simply loss of time without the slightest compensation. The work in tho kitchen or the nursery must be abandoned, and this means, with prac tical, conscientious housekeepers, not only a giving up of the work for the time, but for a considerable time. The work planned for that day, and omit ted for ...

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. — 26 September 1907

MAKE DUTY BURDEN BOMC PEOPLE HAVt TOO MUCH CONSCIENCE. Mr. B 1 1 1 top Pursues the, Subject for Llttl, with a Conertt Illus tration Fiw 8eem to Be Perfectly Balanced. "Itiity sits light on soniw, bit," said Mr. Hilltops, "how hard on cithers. "Now, you take MM. Hilltop, what do you think she said to me the other day? That she wan afraid aha wouldn't have everything cleaned up when she died! "She don't mean, you know, that ho wouldn't l-ave everything clean; but what she meant was that the was afraid she wouldn't leave everything In order and all the mending done ar.T all that, so that It all could be car ried alone easily without her; that he wouldn't leave everything all cleaned up. "What do you think of that for an exagEprated, burdensome sense of duty? "I've tried to reason with Mrs. Mill topa about thin, but it's no use. She doea her duty as she Btn'3 1t, and by her llht her duty is plain; It U to work, work, not for herself but for others. "She Is very lenient with everybody el...

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. — 26 September 1907

SERIALS THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Aaltm l "Tfe WM1 rrHRCE." MIB &AKISU.V Uc opt nirht lw tj ItofebM.rrill L. CHAPTER XXV. Continued. "Ah. to be sure! You were away Christmas eve, when those vandals lirok5 in. Bates merely mentioned It a the last report I (rot from him In New York. That was all right. I as sumed, of course, that you had gone off somewhere to pet a little Christ mas cheer; I don't care anything about it." "Iiut I had followed her I went to Cincinnati to see her don't you un derstand? Flie dared me to come it was a trick, a part of the conspiracy to Rteal jour property." The old gentleman smiled. It was an old trick of his to grow calm as other people waxed angry. "She dared you to come, did she! That Is quite like Marian: but you dMit't have to go, did you. Jack? "Of course not; of course 1 didn't Jiave to go, but " I stammered, faltered and ceased. Memory threw oen her portals with a challenge. I saw Marian on the stairway at the Armst...

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. — 26 September 1907

TVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTf TTTTTT .:.XOl'.ilNG! COMING! The tow lists, New Dress Cooi$r N'cw Shots, Ktw Under wear, an J la fact il kinds c( New Coois telng receiv ed at the Ames Bazaar Too busy to write aa ad. Will qtrste yea prices later, tee la ind see the - New Goods.. S. L AMES, 3 AXUR. ; 3 .THOSE NO. 1 1 6. t 4 kAJkXAAkAAAAAklkkXAkAAAAAkA LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Items Gleaned From TbU Locality pd orttd Out, da )FU C lit parnell spent a couple of days ia Dansas City the firs of tho we cW Dr. Suiter' dental office will be eln.wjl hereafter on Monday Dd Tu etui ay. List jour Rich Iliil property for aa'e or for rent with U. S. G Prowcll srhHj iu ya nuvf t t Jtf. ttt to hear good p,reachipg go q th tan Jncwt-. ing. YiJ will learn something from every sermon preached. Rev. CvUange, cf the German Lutheran :church, was at Pitts, burg, Kiuis., last Sunday, to as sist in tha Installation cf t pew minister,i(iev- The V.' C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. II C. Cockerill Friday at 3 n. CD. The delegates ha...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 26 September 1907

Friends and nilccri!icrs to litis paper will confer a l.ivor upon u ordering tl'.cir lcenl njlices printed in t!ii ppn. They cn tbmcee for tliciHM-lvc whither Hie notices arc coirtct or not. im.l'i. li c.r ! '-lot 3 m noon hl fli'TI';-Mt I'll T-r.'-Tlln'-MUT. i - T f ' Ci Ut , l.mi.n.-.r.irtT3rC 'f'T'O !-..... -i i r - v t-: IWU 8RI.64 (Opposite U. S. Patent GJi.ce J i WASHINGTON D. C. 5 s: VVG C!-'4P!C.E NO FEE J -J fcKfit IHS CA'i3 IS SLLCWEO i icAvi.'i'iAliJt Liu Snrf rruch iW-tfl. d-ncrhrtion ef fn.Rtii 'r FRt Ot-INtON f t sttsnUSilltr, Co!Teton!cne tcnfidentil!l. EtUb!ihfl 18f. Branches ! CSicajo, CICMlsnft, DrtrelL f.llLG B. STEYEMS & CO. htm sTr.ecT. vvAsw::iCT'o!v, o. c 118 1 iiyr,1,r oftltira. e r.v: prm I im yo'ir H3i,ie m oiv kr u bcw f!sn bijt fwfl -h 1-t'r wk. Wnts to day. A6Are V. T . !H OhKLli. i , Pre-miy". Dept., 3 t. ajrd Street, New V City. ILLGAZIITE HEADERS STKSET nAGAZIUE bout-'uilr iiiintrated. food itork -xj ial th Fm Vi'ert. CAKT2A C2AFT dfToted each Dio...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 3 October 1907

Mi'1!!-? iTi VOLUME 1 8 rich hill Missouri, Thursday, OwIoeer 3, 1907. so. s FTnTTTr775- TlT) m . qua sun MJiJ IK .'I v V H 1 1 tVINtO UP WITH FARMER. ttltntlfie Elimination of an Over Chars for Br at Boarding Houaa, - A boarder at a faasaehuns farm fcouaa vetie up aa overrnarga by tba landlord la the following fashion thla When b4 arrived for a fortnight's tajr be Iearn4 (hat tha town la which tbs farm waa situated waa a temper anea town, and that the sparest eourc of supply, tur malt, and aplrltuoua quencher! waa some eight miles awajr. When he asked the landlord to bring m.p a eoupls of cases of beer the next tiro be webt to town, he waa blandly Informed: "There's no need fcf that. I bare adopted you aa a member of toy fam ily. and I always have ionic beer on hand for my own." Thla waa all right, and during the remainder of hla atay tbe icueet con sumed beer aa bis tbtrat aDd fancy demanded. When he came to settle hla bill Just before iearfnfr. be discovered that be had been char...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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