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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 17 October 1907

- -..J--..n tmm -wf, m 1 1 M. s-iyTs.,. '-WW"1 fT- .'IT J? '.ATM PAnmUA'M'CS crJ- j 1 A I CHAPTER I. Hampton, of Placer, It was not u uuiomnion tragedy of the west. If slightest chronicle of it survive, it must be discovered among tlio musty and nearly forgotten rec ords of the Eighteenth regiment of In fantry. Yet the tale ia worth telling now, when such days are past and pone. There were 16 of them when, like so many hunted rabbits, they were first securely trapped among the frowning rocks, end forced relentlessly back ward front off the narrow trail until the precipitous canyon walls finally baited their disorganized flight, and from sheer necessity compelled a rally In hopeless battle. Sixteen. ten in fantrymen from old Kort llethune, un der command of Syd. Wyn'.an, a gray headed sergeant of 30 years' continu ous service in the regulars, two cow yumcbers from the "XL" ranch, stranger who had Joined them unin vited at the ford over the Hear Water, together with old Gillis, the tx...

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. — 17 October 1907

fTTTTTTTTTTTYfTf TTVTTITf J COMINGI C 8 M 1 E The New fiats, II' w t w M Stscs, Ktw tnftr wt:r, la . fact !! kinJs. cf Ktw Cccis telrj rtcclv ti ii the i Amss Dazaar '. l tssy ta wrltt ti ia. Will quote yoa prices later. Cenie la icd see the New Goods. Monty to l-onn. I hart a few thousand dollars ! to loa en easy trrrni ca good farm property. II. P. Robinson. Miss Edith Duvk is visiting in Adrian this weo k. The horso ahoe pitching craze has struck Ilich Hill. Take supper with the G. A. II, boys Saturday evening. CoL W. A. Newton and wife are in our city for a short stay. We will give yon the Tribune and the New Idea tcaRazine one year for $1.00. $200 to loan on pood real en Ute security. Inquire of Geo. P. lluckeby. 4t Mrs. Orr and Mias Irene, of Butler, have been visiting Rich Hill friends this week. is ia the city visiting her par ents. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bene dict. Rev. W. B. Chancellor is in Kansas City attending & meeting of the Presbyterian Synod of Missouri Mr. A- D. Do...

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. — 17 October 1907

l'liit,,! nn f Lilian i!ifi to (his pi;-' r will confer a favor iiprn us ly on1. rin I ! i f i r ic'il notice pnitcJ in tl.U paper., Thrv can tin -i M'e for tiicni'clvc whether the notice .ire con ret or not. j n.rjnl.hi!il.b...MI"'rfi r l ! -lo c l !ii-.''-,ii.i'tn !o t '! Ill V . t r-r i .-e Xk, 'iil.ih'-licTIPh" IIMfllA mn Jt-ppciin U. U Pass r.t Gi;.ee? WASHINGTON D. C. Wo will pivo our renders a ehnr.co to n ti l tho Kt. Louis Ho- piibn, daily rural routo edition, anil'tlio Tkujune ono year for ?2.r0. It is perhaps tho best of were havo ma.la in this li no. Send tm the newe h wire. telephone i No. 52. Our . t.sl.i. 1.12 i.a is iii'LOV.p.i) : . t - r V. -J P. 5".' : cV -'- -r? -rH'J;9 if fwttii 'o r.i"L Cf'lh.w t pafentauititu to or. rtnf.rirniisl. til.'M'UPil 1334. Erj.r'Ks si Ci,:cio Cleveland, De!rtrt. MSIO 13. &' CO, I E I a t'r'ii niKciiirs, we fcive big irm---.. I y:u:r name to-day inr our new (Un nt lilff ritt -h !m'e wot at- Write tu d.iy. Ai'iirw t. T. MO KL,K V, Pr...

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. — 24 October 1907

1 1 M - ''B ' ' ? A ill i j 1 ... V., VOLUME 18 RICH HILL XIISSOUR!, THURSDAY, OCTOBER a, 15,07. . A Great Opportunity. : Tho Twlce-ft-Wcek Republic, of 8. Lmiln, hn reduced its sub scription price from $1 por year to SO cent. Thi ia ono f the oldest , and best semiweekly newspapers published in the United States, and at tha price' of 50-cents per year no ono can afford to be without it. For M cents you receive two big eight page papers every week, 104 cop ies a year, at less than one half cent per copy." Your friends and ceighbora will sorely take advaptge of this opportunity. Don't fail to tell them all about it. Send all orders to The Repub lic, St. Louis, Mo." A Hanquet before you would do you no a-o6l tt you couldn't rat. What (oimIcao Ituxl do a chile! when n oon im It enter H' etomnch It U nUn ty worms. Tbat'a the nvMoti your twiby 1 altlOK. croe, pimtj tiu-vl nnd thin. Hive It White' Cream Vermifuge. It will exil the worfn iinJ act as a tonic fur tiie ebtldi 8o!t by Opera I)...

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. — 24 October 1907

Tim Tribune Ci ,!. I". Hi ( krwv, NA,Mf 11. Ji! i fvl i'Y, t!H mi-s 1 I'dli'lsiu'r. SiiI.m lij.Iioii rtr f I. CO vr j-enr. Inter..! nt tlin I'.l.h lli'l pont n m (( oiiil cl.ii-i) triiilt'T. u.mi; 4V 11...- I.i u I-1 nnnoiincoil that tho. .Lnsc tall pt-p.stin is over there is room to L'i . thr.t Christmas will get lu-ro in tirno. 'j'Lc grand old comrnoawenltb i Kentucky is climbing up high er on t'or TV!itrr ivvon PVfT tiny. Of Hie 11.) counties of the ttate, m Iiiskey is sold ia only 10. 1 It is the proper thins to have "sand in your craw," but be sure that you don't pet sand on your exterior for a sandy man is very apt to be irritating. Ex. There is one reason, if no oth ers, why Mr. Bryan ought to be nominated by the Democrats. The experience he has had run ning for president cught totlbe worth something. There is marked improvement all along the line in Rich Uill and from the communications that seem to be pouring in on our coal men, coal business is feet ting brisk around about...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 24 October 1907

what is pe-ru-:;a? ka rt - MBm (mammauMamB V:V . ' 1 fe7;; w TI'.p txirculm! f Miss CI.tIvr Van dcrliiit. i!aiii.lnr tit rs. t'ornilius Vcn(!crtj!!t, Sr., end tho youns Cnunt I-asrio Pzechonyl of r-'.i.ispi-'.t, Hun bary (!ho marrln:: to take l lar? on IVrcnibt r , haj 1hp dash of an An thony Hi to romance- about It.' What's more, the young j-pojiIp, knowlnn; a!l the facts of the raw, must he la'i;:h lr:R in thf-lr sloevea at the nenaiton caused liv the vapue rumoru from Newport that fouud tLt-'.r may Into print. from what Austrian officials in this country pay, the o-calk'1 -nsation i tjulie a cut auii dri'-ii affair. One of the richest of American pir! had bnn fuimally betrothed In a Hun garian castle wcka before, and on that occasion the detail of the "American betrothal In October" had been arrar.ned. Then a youni? Hun garian nobleman had dropped quietly Into Newport to play IjU .ait In the fortnaltile The first iirpriK over, every on aVei1 : "Who if Count IjisiIo Src-henyl?" Th...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 24 October 1907

THE H!CH HILL TRIBUNE HUCKKIIY & Hl'CKF.nY. Publishers. CL-AUDK A. 11UOWN, Editor. men hii.U missocri. Men' Beauty Show, The beauty show for men at the Victoria pier, Folkestone, continues to be the chief subject of conversation In the town mid Its vlrlnlty, says the London Mall. There are many aspir ants and many lntuirics, but with the exceullon of a courageous few the would be exhibits hesitate to fare a jrreat audience even for five minutes. Councillor Forsyth, mho Is responsi ble for the show, has decided that only farlRl beauty ran be considered In the matter of awarding prizes. In view of this, he has arranged for a huge gilt frame draped with black velvet to be erected. In an opening In this fianie only the head and face will be allowed to appear. Councillor Forsyth, In answer to Inquiries by the Dally Mail, wishes It to be widely known that, with the full approval of hit colleagues, he has decided to make the competition open to all Knglaud. The judging will be by the a...

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. — 24 October 1907

HIX THIS YOURSELF RECIFE FOR SIMPLE HOMEMADE KIDNEY CURE. Inxpenlv Mixture of Harmlem Veg etable Ingredients Said to Over come Kidney end Bladder Trouble Promptly. Hero Is ft simple lumiemade mix ture ns Klven by an eminent authority fn Kidney diseases, who make the Statement In a New York dally news paper, that It will relieve almost any caso of Kidney trouble If taken be fore the stape of lirlyht's disease. He stales that aiictt symptoms a lame bark, pain In the side, frequent desire to urinate, especially at nltiht; painful and dlseolored urination, are readily overcome. Here Is the recipe; try ft: Fluid Extract Dandelion, one half ounce; Compound Karrum, one ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsnparilla. three ounces. Take a tenspoonful after each rueal and at bedtime. A well-known physician Is authority that these Ingredients are all harmless and easily mixed at home by shaking well In a bottle. This mixture has a peculiar healing and soothinR effect upon the entire Kidney and Crinnry str...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 24 October 1907

fir LUv mm &m I A lf PAlifiiStl AUTl, hioivitlb IlLii'vCi'o. fZ. SYNOPSIS. A detKcliment of ttn Kightee-nth In fantry from IVirl B.lhune trapped by Iiuliienn In h rrriw (nri'i'. Amoral Uvm In ce Hliiitr ho introd'.f M'K lv tlif nHm of Mami'tnn, eelsn CtiIIis. the pout trader. and liia duiKhter. e'.iilis and majority of h ..Mi r re killed Curing a three- elava' si-ge. v CHAPTER II. Old Gillis' Girl. Guided by the unerring instinct of an old Indian figlitT, Gillis, during that first mad retreat, had discovered temporary shelter behind one of the largest bowlders. It was a trifle In advance of those later rolled Into posi tion by the soldiers, but was of a site and shape which should have afforded ample protection for two, and doubt less would have done so had it not been for the firlns from the cliff op posite. Even then It was a deflected bullet, glancing from off the polished surface of the reck, which found lodg ment in the sturdy old fighter's brain. The pirl had caught him as...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 24 October 1907

I 1 V? r TTTTVT'rfTTTTTTTTTTT COMING! I . 3 COM IBB I Cress Cc:3s,;N'tw Sfcsts, New tndcr wtsr, asJ h (act ; 8tl Visas cl New vGssis ttlsg tccelV"' 3 a - i 3 a Ames Bazaar 3 TcJtzsy td Write -sil Will qticte ca prices , later. Ccse ia ui see tfec Nevy Goods. VS. L. AMES, r PROSE KO. 1 1 6. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Items Gleaned From This Locality and Sorted Out in Sizes. J. N. Utterson has gone to Webb City to engage in business. Mfjf J. C. Ferguson, of Fay ette, Mo., returned to her home Monday after a visit to her son, Mr. W. W. Fergusons . . Mrs. May Martin Young re turned to her home in St. Louis Monday night after a, pleasant two week 'a visit with her parents in this city. Mri.A. A. Blewett, with her aon, if Sunnyside, Ky., arrived in thecity Monday and will visit with her brother, Mr. Newman Goatatn, for some day a. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Warren ar rived a the city last week and Mr. W. thinks now he will stay for t-yino time and help clod, lladley governor of Missouri. C: V. Tom O'Neil,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 24 October 1907

ti Fiiends n nl fii-rni'eis to ll.ir .;h ( i- w ill i on fi r :i f.H'dr tjvu u l y tit i't'i -irr their legal 1 1 o I i t c i j-1 hi! c.l in llii paper. Tl'.cy cn Sin :i '. e f ;r ihen.i-iih i whether the i.otifc Hre correct or not. . firr:!Ml 1 V f.l.ini!! I , ,'(' l-,ilr i i-.n. .Mi 9 f r- -i II I, i -l, U ti l.r 1 ' lillUliTtM er.'i'iiio;i t"'r:! itv. r'-r ?"'i 5; 1 .' iTc-.iia U. L. latent On;ce WASHINGTON D. C. :, vc v'mCT no pre. fcaJCI. J: CASs IS UIGftEO 1 jTRADEOIiRSS. Etc ini fi-HT S j'-r -! -r',.lir:i of lnvintlO r Hi.S OPifJ.Gfl Pilf lab.hti. 6rictii t O'tisi, Ot-'ijpJ. Dptrslt. KILO P. STEVE'S ft CO rfirrC T wcmm f.r ctl-tin name tnd 1 i I i;v v!t ncvrlfnr, w ac prm- Ikiii -rvl v.r nmic h) Uv lw out new plm big rotlr nh Ii'mc uk. wme io tLty. Aii;r,-ft. V. MOSKLl V, r'rerrmni Drpt., w L, j.i'd Mfcrt, Nfw York Ctiy. ILLGAZIHE READERS SC'ErT KAGAZI5E tx,jtiiu',yiLulTa'.l. pnod tforiea f nd uikl tnou-t Ctkionua acd ":iJ !l the Fu Wot. J CAK22A C3AFT caroled ecb monui lo l ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 31 October 1907

rr r i S .0 I I i Y Jill i i ! t VOLUME J 8 RICH HILL KISSOURI", TIHJRSDAY, OCTOBER jr, 1907. 0. 9 J- iLOUJX- ill? A Great Opportunity. The Twice a Week Republic, of :Bt. Luis, has reduced its sub .acription price from $1 per year vto 50 cents. This is one of the ildc.st - and, best semiweekly ,1 .newspapers puonsneo. .a - UUIlvu ijiaivo, oitvi -...- . . I . of 0 cents per year no one can afford' to be without it. For 50 cents you receive two biff 'eight .'page papers every week, 101 cop ies a year, at less than one half cent per copy. Your friends and Eeigbbora will Burely take advantage of this opportunity. Don't fail to tell them all about it. Seo.5' all orders to The Repub lic, St. Louis, Mo. A Hanqnet frWleforeyoti would do you no goid If you couldn't ent. What food can foo1 do a child when na aoon na It enter 1C atoiuncn It in eaten by worm, That'a tlie rvaaon ynVr baby U ntllnpr. cro. pnaty lived and thin. lve It White' Crnn Vcnnlfup?. It will fiprl the Worm and act aa a toni...

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. — 31 October 1907

The Tribune il O. P. ilt'l Kt nv, N ANMK H. Mil KKI1T, IMIInr uiil PliMlKltrrn. SuWrlptlnn price f 1.00 jut yenr. Knl.Tcd lit l!ie IUrh 1 1 lit post o!!ii't n oconi! r!;is matter. T!-o Va!l street flurry haa not ye t effec ted this part of the coun try. There are quito a lot of people out this way who would not care a "hoot" if all the stock gamblers and margin specula tors in Wall street should go to the damnitkm bowwows. In f;ut, they seem to think the whole country would be better off if this wouldrhappen. It is now thought the Panama canal will cost I!M,OCO,000 which is said to be more than the orig inal estimates. What of it? The canal is a commercial necessity and will be cheap enough at even $:00,(XX000. Uncle Sam needs it in his business and must have it at any price. After it is done the wonder will be how it was ever built at so small cost. Indications are that Vice-president Fairbanks is out of the presidential race. It is reported that he has said so himself. In diana wi...

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. — 31 October 1907

CAVED BY HIS PIPE. Cspt. Bcyla. Veteran of Civil War, Re late Odd Story of Martial Day. It Im n strati; story of a buttle In the civil war, liow a lx thut a man carried In Ms pocket saved his life, tbe lop of the pipe and Us recovery over two score years after It had been loat. The story has come to lipht, says the Indianapolis News, as a result of the recent reunion of sol diers of all wars at Frankfort. The central figure In the story Is rapt. J. H. Hoyle, 404 Lord street, In dianapolis, who was In command of compauy C, Tenth Indiana volunteer Infantry, during the civil war. Capt. Boyle owned the pipe and had It In his pocket 43 years ago when a con federate bullet struck It. Six months later the pipe was stolen, but was re covered by a friend. It was not turned over to Capt, P.oyle, however, until three days ago. The pipe Is of meerschaum and wa purchased In Chattanooga, Tenn., by Capt. Poyle In 18C3 for the sum of $25. The captain carried It with him throughout his soldiering an...

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. — 31 October 1907

THE niCH HILL, TkICUNE HVCKEtlY & Ht'CKKRY, Publishers. CLAUDE A. IinOWN, Editor. rich mix Missouri. Familiarity often ends !n dlsgusL , i Sleep and death nro twins of rest. Never laugh at (he expense, of Vir tue. Notoriety and fame are twin sisters of eccentricity. Malice, envy and hato ursuo the pood and great. The people of India are growing somewhat tired of being governed by England at their expense. An English doctor declares that modesty is a disease. We know a lot of people who have boon vaccinated. Hr Thomas Listen has altered Ms challenge to suit criticism. He seems to be wi'Iins to he again any old way. John D. Rockefeller Is said to han dle very little actual money. It would be a great hardship for him to bo obliged to count 5t all himself. Pittsburg is having a plague of snails. And yet the rest of the world has been given to understand that, the Smoky City ia nothing. If uot rapid. It la said that eating candy kills the appetite for liquor, but with the price of ch...

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. — 31 October 1907

Happenings Co You Want Missouri Landf According to a report prepared by the o!fl:luI of tho land tifheea; nt Springfield Here are now 2'j,2VO acres of government land in Missouri sub ject either to csH or homestead entry. This la hardly more than a tlilrd of the amount of the government land In tti slate a few months ao. Several ! cahli en '.ilea ot several thousand acres fcave Iwwn mnde In the last five months. All the land that la lift la In small tracts scattered over the var ious counties In which It In lorntej. The hind la divided among the various counties as follows: Harry, 1.4-0 acrej; Henton. &0; HollliiKcr. 300; Camden. 2,)00; Carter 320; Christian. 403; Crawford, 500; Dent, 1.4S0; IVwtr las. 620; Hickory, 7C0; Howell. 3G0; Iron, 4.500; lyeelede, 600; McDonald, 1.200; Madison, 2.000; Maries. 76; Mil ler Ef.0; Otvgon, l.ftuO; Ozark. 600; Terry, 520; Reynolds, 2.l?0; KIpley. 1,030; St. Genevieve. 620; Shannon, 1.H00: Stone, l.r,00; Taney, f.00; Tex as. 2 ,.100; Wayne, 1,...

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. — 31 October 1907

' r. i IH in i .1 .i API JB Hi M -V 1 T PLACER 'BALL PARISH AUK licraf n's!.'c rr, lit Vi l.'i , O ILL I I IS. l4 I t C - J T 'J i 5: r . .1" 1 i FA Vs " r r7 & I i IWV1 f 1 lU. (Iff 8YNOPSIS. A detnrhrnent of the Eighteenth In fm'rv (mm Kurt rt.-Uiune irspped lv 1'iJiniin tn narrow (turee. Anmn them Is a p' rfT?!fir iii Inmwlurrs liirrnuMf by the nAinp of IlMmptun, ho twlllls. the mid maturity of the nliiir are kill-it r!t ril-r. unit hi daughter, liilli luring three rials' slec". Hnnipt"n of fer inwitnrt to the girl anJ lie ae ro pm. CHAPTER 111. Continued. She shook oft the restraining touch of hia hand as If it were contamination and sank down upon her knees beside the inert body. He could barely per ceive the dim outlines of her bowed figure, yet never moved, his breath perceptibly quickening, while he watched aad waited. Without word or moan eha bent yet lower and pressed her lips upon the cold, white face. The man caught no more than the faintest echo of a murmured "pood ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 31 October 1907

fTf trVTVTTTTTtTTTTTTTTTTTT l7 INTER IS Coming On And it U bett to pre pare for it, anJ the way to do it U to call at the Ames Bazaar and get on of those warm Coats or Furs be fore they are all gone, or if yoa need anything In DrJ Goods or rurfcish Inge foanj lady of thel family that la the place to get it, from a Hat to a Shoe, tne best la town - S. L. AMES, j tAZAAR. rnoE KO. 1x6. : AAaaAAaaqiiialaAAAAAiAltiA LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Items Cleaned From This Locality and Sorted Out in Sizes. Dr. 6later'a dental oOce will be closed hereafter on Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Carl Gench is visiting her parrnts, Mr. and Mra. P. li. Ladc, at Sedaiia this week. Mias Gertrude Cheverton and ber mother hare returned from a visit to friends in Kansas City. v Ltat your Kich Iliil property for sale or for rent with U. S. G Frowell and g-fct in on new list, tf Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Bucker idjee have returned frnm an ex tndd vNit to their daughter at Salem, I1L Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Kennett and children hare ret...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 31 October 1907

li f i 1'iicmis nn.l snlnnibcts to thi paper will ci-frr s f.ivor upon u I y f.nh-tiii;; their legal nnticrs punted in pr.pcr. They cnn tlx n m-o fT iluMiiM i vi-s whether the no! ice pre enrtt or nut. llrj.' '-i-t:T l-'-'Ii-'l I' ' 1 !') i H ri o"V V:i'riHjh net t - . ' - r T i'i !. .1 l ! Ut t 1 i VtU n -II itl 1 ' . - ,k.iJ-'---j-" -.--ivB---r st JOppc:t5 U. I?. Patent Office J VVAGHINCTON D. C. v u c :.".r." no fee Id'. ttE IS ALIC-'AEO Vj TRABC-IIIRSS. Elc S---! rf'.-ri .'."'Th (--rit::n fif invr-ntfes '.r F St E OPINION tc ff.lnitakHit). Ccrfcj-onri' r.c cenFdpntial. tl'zh'. i'sd I3d1. E'tnc!fS at ChiC-C, C!u:ar:4. DftreiL f?i?o r CT.Tvrr r, rn 4th s-rrcT. :ae vton. o c Crrf To noma I.T co!!.tinff pjn irsd ell- S tuitm i. y.iit rt.inie lo-djy fcrr mil rrw jlin of llc rrnrlni 'h l;it nrk. Wntr to C.y. A(;jre.. T. MIIKLkV, Prmium Urpi., J., ijfd -Mfnrt, New vxk CHjr. EITrCSET JTAGAZinS j ti.e I'm W'caL 7" liiti; trpKx!uctio f lK b l.00 U'o:k of rp3tcui Mai prc4cuiool a T EOAD OF...

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. — 7 November 1907

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Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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