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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 7 November 1907

The Tribune il il. I'. 1 1 11 K F 11 V. N . .n m k II. Hx'ciiF.nr, Su5ecrIptto price ( 1,(K) rwr yenr. KiVtoAd lit 11)0 Kteh lltll post-oDli-c a wconri c!hh matter. . Kentucky is Republican by a majority of 13,000. There w ill be no extra session of Congress to legislate on finan cial matters, because there is no ut'fj of it. Let "Wall street ho-vvl itself hoarse and then hide it's head in the dust it has raised, and it will only expose it's own nakedness to the rest of the country' Premier Laurier of Canada, makes a suggestion worthy of the following of all statesmen the world over. 'When some one suggested that the Governor of the Dominion take some action concerning the mobbing f the Japanese and other foreigners in the Province of Columbia, he gavo them distinctly to under stand there would be no action taken by the government during a state of great excitement. In other words, because of the dan ger of unwise action nothing would be done until the flnrry was over. A wise rtates...

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. — 7 November 1907

BEST EVER WRITTEN PRESCRIPTION WHICH ANYONE CAN EASILY MIX. Said to Promptly Overcome Kidney and Bladder Affl'ctloni Shake Simple Ingredient Well In Bottle. Mix t!i following by shaking well In a buiile, mid tiike In tcaspioufuI bnes after meals and nt bedtime: Fluid Mx tract Dandelion, one-balf ounce; Compound Kargon, ono ounce; Compound Syrup SarKaparilla. three ounres. A prominent physician is the authority that these simple, harmless InsredtcnU can be obtained at nom inal ci.vt from any druggist even In the smaller towns. The u.ixture is said to flenr.se and strengthen the clogged and inactive Kidneys, overcoming Ilackache, Mad der weakness and Vrlnary trouble of ell kinds, If taken before the stage of I'rlitht's dibease. Those who have tried this say It pos itively overcomes pain la the buck, clears the urine of sediment and regu lates urination, especially at night, curing even the wortt forms of blad der lair.fss. I'very man or woman here who feels t':at the kidneys are not s...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 7 November 1907

"THE RICH HILL TKIEUNC lU'CKEUY & HUCKEHY, Publishers. RICH HIM MISSOURI. New Outlook In Chemistry, As Is well known, the logical process c-f Inductive rensoolng based upon carefully planned experiment Is rela tively a new manifestation of the power of the human intellect. The) philosophers of old Imagined, observed and reasoned, but neglected experi mentation; the artisans, who alone came Into close contact with realities, were unable except In the crudest fash ion to generalize concerning their re sults. Because of this separation of thought and deed, man's knowledge of his environment remained for thou sands of years In a wholly undevel oped stale. From this dormant condi tion natural science emerged but slowly, although with steadily Increas ing pace. Little by little, in spite of occasional pauses of Inactivity, or ap rnrent forgetfulness, human acquaint ance with the fundamental laws of the universe has grown. Each century has added something to the total, says the Harvard...

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. — 7 November 1907

IN Happenings Smart Illiterate. A r'iU'luT or n lawypr, utinljl to r"i, iiiIkM have tlifllcult tini In mrtilns: )! H vlnai In ttils present day of k(pn coiniiotitign. Only a frw di'C adp KO, however, such tttlnen mere Ik it uuromtiion, say Coliitnlita lloralil. Mnrlon Doty I'.vpJ tn (Vilnr township 4) yenrs bk. Preacher re seanp, an. I tho ilcnuimt for jireachers wan icrrat. Itroltit-r Poly was n hk'iiiIwt of the Primitive Ila tlst church anl ofton fil)fl the several mllta on Saturdays an.l Sun. lay. Ha ai a fluent speaker and often grew eloquent in some appeal for truth. The lawyer who could not rend wn Cant. Wlllinm Onllnwny. It has not been more than a quarter of a century sine he practiced in the Justice of the peace courts of Cedar township. Me was a politician as well bs a lawyer. His title wi! acquired during the civil war. where he van an ofllcer in the Confederate army. Mr. Callaway could not write or draw up any papers, but he was wonderfully strong before a jury of his ne...

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. — 7 November 1907

PLACE SYNOPSIS. A el.tn. limcut of the Klgtitoontli in f:ilry from Fori tii-: hunt lert.p'-d by Inrtlnn. In a nevrnw niirui-. Ann-nee ihrm i a atrHin-.-r v ho (mriMurnn lnnnlf tv Ihn mime f llnrnplnn. also lisllip, the mwI ir-H-t.r. nn-l iliuicht.-r. eitlhs and f meefciniv of the anKm-i an ktli'ti dtir fliirlne: R l!ir-i eivs.' H.iitin-in mnl t'i. jsirl oitt rc-pc from the irvilun. 'ihi'V fall pthnuMnl on the lillili?. A rnmpaiw of Hit- fcv'--nttl cavalry. UcuU liranl in cmnmi.rnl, find ttim. CHAPTER IV. Continued. As If by Rome mastic discipline the ru.ie pffectlve Utter were rapidly made ready, and the two geenilnlv lifeless l..x!i-s gently lifted from off the Kroimd end deposited carefully within. lown the long, brown slope they advanced slowly, a soldier grasp ing the rein aad walking at each Torse's head, the supportiris; blankets, securely fastened about the saddle loinrnels, swaying gently to the meas ured tread of the trained animals. Ile neath the protecting shadows of the ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 7 November 1907

rrTTTTTTTTTTTrrTfTTTTTTTrr IWINTERj ? . is Coming On And it it best to pre pare for it, and the way to do it ii to call at the Ames Dazaar and get one of those warm Coats or Furi be fore they are all (one, or "if yea need anything in ;Prsii Goods or Furnish- " icjt lor any lady of theJ 2 family that it the place to get it, from a Hat to Shoe, tne best in town S; VARIES, BAZAAR. FHONE NO. n6. LOCAL HAPFENINGS. Items Cleaned From This Locality And Sorted Out in Sizes. Dr. L. L. Ames is at home egain for a short time, Mr. Tom Guthrie has returned from his visit to Kansas City. Attend tho revival meeting at the Walnut St., M. E. Church. $200 to loan on good real cs tate security. Inquire of Geo, P.IIuckeby. 4t ' - . ' ' Mrs. A. G. Keast was at Car thage yesterday attending a mis sionary meeting. , , Mrs. Evan Waggener is visit ing relatives and friends at liar riscr.Yille this week. A. E. Lnudermilk, a former Rich Hill citizen, was greeting nld time friend hero Tuesday.; - ' i Mr. Homer...

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. — 7 November 1907

Friend iii'.l siihsctihers to this paper will confer favor upon us by orei itigf their legal notice printed in this paper, Tlify can tlun nee for themselves whether the notice lire correct or not. i V fmini't T rtl'tsin t1. ft. sttii Fur. ten "" '' ... I ?u.l fit- f 'U (i or v i i -to t-i tn'Tu.n ui Opposite U. b. Patent Ot;ic WASHINGTON D. C. WE CMAHGE NO FEE t'MiL THE CASl It IL0AE0 Wo will giro our readers a chance, to road tho S?t. Louis Ke public, daily rural route, edition, and tho Tribune cno year for $2.'0. It is perhaps tho best of wcro have made in this line. J TEABE-HARKS. Elc. t4 roxfih Wtr f4 aJcrlot:H ! tuvrMfSt 'r TREE OPINION M tttiliti. Corresonne confidential. Ettablh4 t64. . Brsncbe it Chic3, Cioin, Dtrlt r.tlLO B. STEVEK'S & CO. I4TH STREET. WASHINGTON. D. C rnpe To womwi lor collactint nm nd wll- I ins our noveltwi, w t'v le; " ik-- ,,kn r,,d jrrcur name to-duv for OUI nnr rli ol big profit rth liMlr work. Wnw dar. AddTOi); J. T. MOSrSl.t V, Pwrniam Ucpl, 31...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 14 November 1907

iLlLilaiii It vlILvLIuI JiiLlLiLjiLd l ifaJLiD) UJ y: lUdo VOLUME 18 . RICH HILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, KOVEMLER 14, 1907. T.O. it COULD tit NOTHINQ UNFAIR. Seectater Undsrstoed Cam of Poktf at Played In Tin Can. Henry T. tSiey. tto actor, was talk ing about the terrific flitlit that oc curred reeiUy on an Atlantic llnr hetween two fat and elderly poker players.: -It seem," aald Mr. Dixie. vita a smile, "that the firat man loit Il.ioo to tb second and paid up. The cond then !ot 11.750 to the flr.t. and refuted to par up. No wonder there waa. a jEght. eh? If thla sort of thing - keeps op, the smoking room morale of '. lln. will fall ( low aa the gnra , bllng room mora! of Tin Can. A ten ' 5erfout one visited Tin Can and watched with Intercut the poker play. JYom saloon to ealoon he passed. j Srything waa wide open, and Terr ay and lively. But as he looked on ' at a poker came that had no limit thetenderft ajidenly frowned. Hejbave never reached that point u ui i 1 i sup Dimsrji lour axs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 14 November 1907

The Tribune ii;u. I', Ih'i m hy, N a.n mi: H. Ill Tio'.nv, I'M I Tor unci ruMlHhor. Suliscrtittloij jr!re f 1.00 tir jrnr. Kntvrod it tl.o VAth 11111 posfc- )l'ii'l IIS mvOIIll I'lllUS lllfltttT. By reference to our advcrtis hiK columns it will bo seen that Mr. W. C. Stonoljrakcr is mow one of tho stockholders and has become! vice-president of the C-oinmoi cial St.ito Rink., Mr. Stor.ebrakcr's business ability and well known financial stand ing will ndJ strength aad busi ness influence to the bank which i.s fast becoming one of the lead injjj business institutions of pur city. The banks arcs only hurting themselves by not honoring the checks drawn on thein by their: uwn correspondents. The peo-j pie will transmit their money by postof.ice money order or regis tered letter because they have confidence in the U. S. govern ment, while they have had it ter ribly shaken in the banks by the recent "Wall Street Carry and the subsequent conduct of these corporations. The financial panic is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 14 November 1907

Chl ago. "There she was. wailin' at the church." And one could repent the oft quoted word of the erstwhile popular song, not only once, more, but five times more, to hint at the story of the pa tient and loyal girl who waited In vain at the house of worship to bear the wedding bells ring for her. Six times, actually, sweet, sensible . and attractive lnca Llndquist waited at the church for Alfred KafmiiKsen that the pai-son might tie the matrimo nial ktmt for them. But some Strang f;Ue Intervened to blast the hopes of the bluhhinfi bride-eb-ct. Far h an J every time the brlde-gitKirii-to-be proved rreant and eith er fulled to appear at the church, or fled after the bridal party and guests had assembled. Four time? the faith less Alfred made his ' Ret-away" Just 'before reaching the sacred edifice, and twice he quietly slipied away while those present waited for the mlnUter to come to the altar. On each occasion the heart broken bride was left In tears of shame and anguish, while the ...

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. — 14 November 1907

THE RICH HILL THICUNE IIVCKKHY & IU'CKKtiY. Publishers. . -.. 1 1 .ii - RICH inn Missorm. We dal!y hurl the spear of life, but God direct the blow. Ho careful how you think and talk and where you work and walk. A brewer dropped lit.') in a beer vat And now we'll r.nve more ftf-ht mony. The dearest fi lends tiwiay may be the most desperate enemies tomor row. There is more in this pompadour matter than appears on the sutface "rats," for instance. Says the Paltimore American, "No toriety and fame are tU? twin sister of eccentricity. ' Must moan triplets. American theatrical companies are to tour Hritish provinces. Newcastle will be kept abundantly supplied with coals. The fortune of t ..(" '.'O.GoO left by the late Robert Finkcrton shows that it sometimes is profitable to mind ether people's business. There Is every reston in the world by the farmer shoulj feel compla cent who has a few hundred bushels of wheat stored away. Europe is petting ahead of us In the balloon industry only...

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. — 14 November 1907

ttaVitual J lay l0 prrmannAly o crcome iy prafxr toprswiul efforts v,ttMVe a'.,i T.W iflMcmo truly brncjir'tpl Uti.e TrrrufH Sjr,, cj hp .J bu'trjv, Vhirh triable one I far rrfaixr KlUfr dftdy so ihbt ftSMnturwt li no. lur may I raiua.)f rliffvr.fvdVM when Jio Lwf cr HeeJ.J at.ie Ustef t-emcilics,whm reou'tre.!, or to astust lyiture onl not fe fu'Jattthe tvotur. v functions, vhirrt htutt dopeix) u)ti vfKflx projo riouri.slttneht, prpperej Jovfo.awa r.fM living general. TogrtiK bcneiria( effects, always huy the genuine Syrupl ngsEl ixir tfSenroi CALIFORNIA Tic, Syhui Co. omy SOU LYALLUADINC DRUGGISTS cut ? ur. regular price &Of kt ftottl MARK TWAIN'S RENTED CAT. Humorist Furnishes Something for Scribes to Puzzle Over. Mark Twain, a Is his custom. hidrs MniM-lf during the sumnu-i from the head hunters, those persons Becking autKraihs, ihotriraili. or Inter flows. This year he KelictetJ Tuxedo 1'ark as his retreat, renting au old Colonial hdtiM; until the latter jmrt of September, ...

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. — 14 November 1907

r V MJf M M i Ml tm at M SYNOPSIS. SYNOPSIS. A detachment of th Fightoohtti In f.iotv fi t.m l.rt i:.ll.une Harped 'T Jnrtiun In ft narrow forgf. A mona; them 1 a trnnircr ho Introduces himself hy the nam-- of Mum pi on. also Uillta th rwvtt trailer. nrt liia dmiisiiter. GOlia and a majority of the aoliliera aro killed dur ing a thref days' sleKa. Hampton and tn girt only ej-cape from the Indians. Thrv fall exhausted on the plains. A company of I he Seventh cavalry, i-ieut. lir.int In command, find them. Hampton end the irlrl atop at the Minrrn' Home In Cicntald. Mrs. puffy, proprtfteaa. CHAPTER V -Continued. Tbere was no response, but the speaker moistened his lips and pro ceeded firmly. "It was that of a pro fessional Rambler, utterly devoid of mercy toward his victims; a reckless flchter, who shot to kill upon the least provocation; a man without moral character, and from whom any pood action was Impossible. That was what was said about you. Is the talr true?" Hampton laughed unp...

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. — 14 November 1907

Ttttttt TrrrrrvrmTTrTTf ft Kotice to flcrUl A. lUmbtit. let "o;ne Of Us Ee Thir.km. V'T VVTTTTTTf'TTTTf YTfTTTTTTTT VVTTTYTTTVTTVTYrTTTT VT JTt WINTER VIS Coming On i Ames Bazaar s An It Is test to sre fart for it, and th way to do it U to call at tb and set one cf these.;, warm Coat or Fura be fore they are all fone, or f you seed anything in Dress Goods or Furnish lags for any lady of theJ family that is the place i to jet it, from a Hit to a Sbee, tne best, in town S. L AUES, turns. rnoi?E kg. n6. Storey In Iren. I hive a few thousand deUars to loan oa esy terms on good farm property. II. P. Rctinron. December 12th is the date set for the local option election. Rer. Father Murphy he! J ser tice in tho Catholic church at Duller last Sunday. Mr. G. XV. Smith and Miss Lizaie Kelly, of tho Carbon Cen ter neiKhborhood, were married on Wednesday of last week, and on Thursday evening friends to the number of about 75 called on them to wish them happiness. These trood neighbors took pies...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 14 November 1907

Friend end subscriber to iliis paper wili confer a lavor upon ts liy ordering tlieir lepsl notice printed in this paper. They ciin thi n tee for them selves whether th notices ore correct or not. . V X - VVA V . X-" We f.mn'-.;T oMa'r I'. 8 .'"I r' In j Opposite U. Li. Fatent QiiiC-o i WASHINGTON D. C . WE CHARGE NO FEE 4 I, kill INF faSLB I anoarcn TILlEE-flAESS, Oc. Snd msch ttrli an4 menM'. at ImMliat 'or FREE OPINION t paicntakiliO. Corretixiiirnc raitRcJantiat. EUMihr4 te$. Branch it Chicat, Chelan!. hWl MILO D. STEVENS & CO. UTH STREET, WASHINGTON. O. C r"frfr To women fci toljtcfini wx) !!- I lirr We ir anrrlnes. ; ' lutnl irnd yitr mmi to-dir lor mu new fln of ! rtHlii ih lifl vk. . Jt t. Jjfd Sltru. Ne Voi Vlty. IIAGAZmE HEADERS beautiful1? tiltumtwi fttoi atorita mtxi KtKia about CLianaa ai Cii:i2A CEAFT drroted (Mcsi aiooiib to ar- tutic irptoducQoa oi iKa Wat 5 1. 00 work w anawai caa ycwrnoail rt tOAD OT A THOtJIAKD WOtTBXSS book ! 7) pojoa, . awnrii a Ma CaiUoraia ...

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. — 21 November 1907

1 j --- umr m 1 vm urn Jl Jill JiS ! i )) it ' i i 4 i : i Volume is RICH HILL KIS30UHI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER zt, 1007. HO. tt 5 1 . 1 Osteopathy. Dr. U. O. Doputy, a graduate of the American School of Oste crathy, has l.-caU-d Ja Rich Hill for the practice of his profession. Ho desires to meet all the friends ottbia dregless science, espec ially the hopelessly sick. He makes diseases of women specialty. He is located on Walnut 8t., if r ?Kose east of the. Christian Church. Office in residence. Off! co hours 8 a. m to 12 tn. liTJO p. m. to 4:30 p. m. Calls an swered night or day. Consultation and examination frac. Phone No. 75. Will be ready for work Octo ber IDlh. Cream Vcrmifago 179011 REUEDY Ci!!3trd-2nTf Liniment Co T. V Tnr, MO. DIl. G. N- SHARP, .And 8Iaafacturr r F rally Kmlles. 11 Itavt you a conjeh or are auffcrlng rrota rolj? If o try Dr. 8har OOUOH AND I.UNfl UENfF.DT. If yon r troubKI wlttj laltKtlon or akomarh trouble nae DIonsTINE For U p&tn and apply I1EUF.K lr bj w...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 21 November 1907

TlIIL TlUIHJNJL I)', i). V. IhcKi riv. Nnmk It. Hu hfuv, 'i!l(i.r iiml I'uIiJIhIhth. Ni:l'Hcritlon irlcc J 1.0!) porjmir. lut.Ti"l nt Die KWli Hill of'W-e hx hwoju'i class Yunttcr. WOULD WAIT A LITTLE LO fr"ni 1 1 1 o s-.imo Fum T'mo nn nul H.vra;.'" f D'Mikk ritic state tnvisurors lins born $l$,00i whilo thrt averai;? of Gmeiirh, with one month to hoar from, is 7(5,000. In eleven of tho j cars in tho iMnociatte period tho re ceipts from intorrst wore loss than $10,000 year, and tho high est Democratic vear was under f,,,,,c,8r: , , ... i'.iiivniHtiw J ' "Amw nAw. frttm Tftnnn this nlsirn- WOIU, IN DRtAp OF OCtOPUJ. Old Man Wit Taking No C Poaslbl Troutl. Ho was a man of TO, but be had Iiml M hair nod bl long whisker colored k Jot black ono bsd to look t hlri twice to R"t bis K0 down jst. It rai on th rear end of strevt ear, and after the wind had blown through those colored whiskers for tea minutes I e ss'ted of the Piao smoking th ' If you think the people of Kioh J joOO, after th...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 21 November 1907

HIE SPIRIT AND FEAST OF THANKSGIVING THANKSGIYINGI HOSPITALITY Plde by l1 with Hi "Ion, un trokcn custom handed inn to us by our forefathers" of setllnir, apart an nually ft special day for TlioiiksKlvIn: has also dwelt with u tho Idea that we must have as nearly as practicable the him kind of a feast a that en loyed by the fttst settlers uimjd these shores, from ft sentimental view. point thia theory is undoubtedly cor rect, and would really work out beau tifully were It not for certain charmed condition affecting our aupirly of sea aonable provisions. A regulation plan of directions for getting up a proper Thanksgiving dinner even thia year would aupBegt the providing of oy atera, turkeys, chicken for chicken pie. with vegetables, fruits, rich pastries, and delicacies In abundance. The Idea la to arrange a composite meal which shall comprise as nearly as may be the various fruits and products of the arth. And a good and praiseworthy Idea it Is. too. If only everybody had the where...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 21 November 1907

THC RICH HILL TRIBUNE 1IVCKK1IY & IirCKKBY, Publisher. run i hill missocri Reciprocity Is csHcntial to ronlinu; ous friendship. Even false hnir is going "P- This Is like bringing the high pries epidemic to a bead. Prof. Todd oiHO believes Mar la In habited; but, tush. he might as well believe this as anything else. Krti.n invented the phonograph, but it would be unfair to suspect hi in of designing the souvenir postal card. A Chicago man In Battle Creek fell 65 feet find escaped unhurt. He prob ably landed on a bale of breakfast ' food. Hydrophobia U a disease, the gov ernment invest'.? ators tell tis. They eem a dog gone long time admitting tbo bbvious. The brnln of a New York man was found to welsh only half of the ay erase man. Science solves the mys teries of the ages. A corset stay saved the life of an Akron woman who was stabbed by her hrsband. The man should have known that of course It would. A Kingston, Ont., man broke his ribs laughing at a Joke. The nature of the quip...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 21 November 1907

I NEWS FROM MISSOURI. a a444 Charles Kjllrnsn Alive. Ohnrli-s Kuilmnn, who tliiiiifiir'i on July ?, l!tnl, mill tho iu m tit .f Wlio.sc llf lllHiirrtllCH for $.'i,mO vns tont'til by t lut M. V. of A. hihI Oi Marcatn-'. on th ground that lif im till IIvIiik, has lu-n nrrt-Rteil In Or on City, Ore. Kullman liun le-n uMhk t lit' jiniiie of Ciiaili n Talor mil! has worked in tho looping rntiiita of the North scut. Two yearn no the Kuilmnn faintly won one of the Inmir ance milts and this year another rase was derided against the family. Kuil mnn was prominent In Ilenton countr before his disappearance, having been a candidate for county collector and also publisher of the Warsaw Tiniest. A reward of tl.'-'O was offered for his body. He Is years old. Work for Juvenile Court. A man and a boy entered a Putler restaurant recently. Hoth were Fmnk Ing some extra black cigars. Ordinar ily this would have occasioned no re mark or comment, but In this case it did. The boy was only six years of a?...

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