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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 21 November 1907

i PLACE SYNOPSIS. A rtotarhment of the Kigriteonth ln Vetry from Kort IteUiune lrHpt-1 1T imtiHP In a narrow ftrsi A mnif them A. ftrsn.T who tnl-,Khire litini-elf tv yiiiTT" of H mj.T.tn. ftlw ;i;in the (Hint Invler. nm hit ilnuKhtor. ',ills Bnii - majority of ttit o!tn-is are killetl dur- Miree dvv BU-Ef. Hampton and Se grl only ('Hcnp from the Indian. fall exrmusiett on the plains. A r-mpnriy f t Seventh cavalry. I.ieut. fttrsnt tn rmnmiinrl. flint them, ilnmtuon trie jrirl Mop St tli Miner. Unnte in iw-ncaiil, Mrs. i.MifTy. proprU-t.-KR Hamp en tKlk tlie future over with Mi. tl-li-lbe Kul. 8h ho-. him her mnth r oirt-ire nn.l teliw Mm liat she can tier p-ir'ntMre en'! life. They decide a-tbe shall live with Mrs. Herndim. CHAPTER VI. Continued. ' I reckon I'd rather try It alone," -she announced stubbornly. "Maybe I mijibt have stood It with you. Hob Hampton, but a woman Is the limit." " "I expect it will go rather hard at first. Kid." he admitted craftily, "but I think jrou migh...

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. — 21 November 1907

winter - i IS 1 Coming On Ao it Is fcut to rre jars for it, and the way to it is U call at the Ames Bazaer and jet ce of those warm Coats or Furs be- r fore they are all gone, or if you need anything in Dress Goods or Furnish- . ln for any lady of the family that is the place to get it, from a list to Shoe, tae best, la town ; "S. L. AMES, y PBQJE. KO. i6. . ' i- ,.- v i J' '- . , 3 lAiAAAJUAJ,lAAaAAAa UHJAI. HAPJ'KNINUS. Item Gleaned From This Locality aril Sorted Out la Size. .." 4200 Io loan on good real es tate security. Inquire of Geo. P. Hucktby. 4 PoKtdaster Iluckeby was a business visitor in Cutler Tues day afternoon. C C. Bsrnett, of Nevada, was in our city a few hours Monday on his w&y to Hume. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Burns, of Kansas.City, are visiting rela tives in Rich Hill and vicinity. Misseg Lina and Bertha Burns have returned home after spend ing a couple of months in Kan sas City,"- Next Sunday at 11 a m. there will bo a 'Missionary Rally "at the Walnut $t. M. E. Chu...

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. — 21 November 1907

Friends snd mUrrilcri to this papt.r will confer n favor uoon by odnii.tr OiDr lr;l notices printed m this pnprr. Tbev csn thin sec for thrnmlve whtlbtr thr notices nre correct or not. Kt.r, led if! iti' .!:-), r t ntu 1.1 mention lot Knr fi bnr-S, 1 Vo will pivo'our ro.idera a dunce to rend tho St. Imi R public, daily rural route cditioi-. end tho Tkibcnk ono year for 12.10. It is perhups tho best of fer we have tuado In this lin . o Bend us the- new bj wire, telephone. I No. E2. Our fOpcn-ite U. i3. Fotent Ciitc WASHINGTON D.C. . . - ;r. CHAPCE NO FEE y . ; t.siiL i:;z ca$s is aiLowto "U TRAEE-HARSS, Dc lent tt'trli awcriMio at ftil f FREE OPINION la MiMUkltitlu C orrponlac. eeaBd.atial. Etblihea S864. Ertnchrt at CSilcoo, Clen.lait. DatralL KILO.B. STEVENS & CO. UTH STREET, WASHINGTON. D. O Fi'.EE E To vauku f collecting wmn ri rpour n-vlne,. vr fJ- oil prwm- linn yum Maine Io-ot wn ww rta of ltB projnn w:th ht'lr otfc. "in" w day. AiiJc I. MOSKl-llV. Prrminm Otpu, jt t. i.i'...

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. — 28 November 1907

il Jl H JJii) U X: J illAo JLLILJIALLd VOLUME 18 RICH HILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY", KOVEMBER 38, 1907. jro. tj Ht -HO- NOT ALWAYS FINAL. Wemen Heve Ba Known to Recon sider Refusal of Marriage. There are plenty of happy mar rt witch bars begun with "do" and ecdei with "rn.K It frequently bappeue Ihfct tha woman who refuses the Brit time consents willingly upon tbe second er third. Nor It tha ret,, evm for this far to aek. The woman wha an aw era with a negative often does ao be'.ieitJnc that If her suitor really mesas what he says ha will Dot accept dismissal without maklaf an effort to-reverse her decision. The astute loTer, when declined as a hus band, begs humbly for friendship and proceed! to make himself necessary to his lady lore's comrort and hr fi nest. He studies .ber tastes, humors her whims. Is always on hand when seeded, yet cevr in the way. Ia short, be plsys the part of "caTaller terrain" so adroitly that some day when be betakes himself to Jaian or Parts bla lady love wake...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 28 November 1907

The Tribune Or.o. I'. JIitkkmt, NameK. llrtKFHY, Editor it ixl ruW!-!iem. Snln(Tiptliii jrli-e 1 1.00 KTjrnr, EnUrci'i Ht tlio I'.loh I It'll poet oi'.i' its twK-onil claa nmtw-r. libor produce. Tint is where the tariff prov-cis Uoor. Pension Matters. Koyort lias it tLat a careful study of the patients in the In sano Asylums of Franco shows that ovt r 13 per cent, of them are directly duo to the use of alcohol, and tho same might be might be said of the asylums of any other country." People who talk making an end cf panics by changes in the bank ing laws are about as sensible a3 those who would take the tariff oat of politic. Panics will come just as long as men make undue haste to get rich by grossly vio lating the laws of business and the homely principles of com mon honesty. lion. Geo. B. Kllis, Secretary of the State Board of Agricul ture, has complimented The TjVbuxe with a copy of the 29th annual report of that state in stitution, and we find it a very interesting book from "k...

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. — 28 November 1907

RQ0T-GRAI1TVEDDIHG YOUr-l SOLDIER WED3 DAUGH TCfi OF SECRETARY OF STATE. IS A BRILLIANT AFFAIR President, Vic President and Other Distinguished Guests Preterit Union It Purely a Love Match. Wa-r,!ng'on.--In th presence of Preside:; aril Mrs. lioos-vet, tho Vice President and Mis. Fairbanks, the JitillcO of the supreme court and their wives, several senators, repre sentatives and oilier distinguished RUf ts, Miss Edith Root on Wednesday liifamo the wife of liysses Slmpsou Grant 3d. IJeutennnt Felted States KnKlnoor corps. 1 lie wedding was generally recog nized lit tlie capital as being the sec ond in social anj oHlrial importance thai has taken place during the Roose velt administration, there being; only l c Interest in the marriage than In that which centered about the mar riage of Miss Roosevelt to Mr. Long wmih. Tho bride It the only daughter of Feet-clary of State and Mra. Klihu Koot. while the groom, at everyone knows from Ha name, in the grandson of General Grant. his father ...

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. — 28 November 1907

tmc rich hill tribukc urcKi.iiY & iircKi:;:v, pubiisho. kick mu .i:s.:nn:i. Alaska: the Great and Rich. Alaska's eitrrmo brcndlii from cart to wrt its 2, ICO ml!i8 In an air lino. According to P. of. Ciiiyol, a recognized authority on nil geographic matter.', the Island of Attn, In Allien, Is ks fr west of San Franclf.ro n the coast of Maine is cnet of Unit city; of. In other words, t-.an Fi a nelson Is the gier.t middle city between the extreme ess! and most of the. United Stat, says Jay Monroe Latimer in Metropolitan ATaenzinr, a fart which Is very il cult for the eastern minds to grasp. The breadth of Alaska from north to south Is 1,400 milea. Now shout the coast line! According to the United States coriFt survey the shore line of Alaska, up and down the bays and .round the islands, measures 25.eSo'i miles, or two and one-haif times that of the Atlantic and Pacific coast lint of the remaining portion of th? 1'nii.ed Btate3. The coast of Alaska. It ex tended in a straight line...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 28 November 1907

IN BEDTIME HOURS BHOftT DISCOURSE ON PROPER METHODS OF 6LCEP. Writer Declares tn Human Racs Doe Not Know How Properly to Woo 'Nature' 6weet Restorer" Beware the Snorer. Man Is th oiily unlnihl that sWps on Ha ti.uk, hb tlm New York I'ress. Manj animalM sleep on ttielr sides, ! hut tnot sioep prtmo- tliat In, fare j flown. Dor. never dream wli-,i prone, j l.nt invariably do so when sleeping, on t!!r tddo. All of us from the country l.ave s'rn Hunt;, the hound, ctiitsln rabtitts In bin sleep. An ani mal wnuld be perfectly helpless If It slept on Its bark. And so Is man help loss in that position. If some r,;!;i-r fellow ir,(8 a fortune lit him Invent a pil'ow that will allow a man or woman or child to sleep fare down without bavins to twist the neck ri"iii'y out of joint. We still style It the "back-up cure" and Introduce It In ull hnr.ts. Ther Is no t-irtiso for lying on the back and keeping the spine hot all nicl.t. while the front of the body the tb-'cim'u. the sUiinaeli. the chest...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 28 November 1907

p" r rt r iiiili i -.v e vt." rt tvt SYNOPSIS. A 1ct:i'.-nirnt o( l!.i I",k),I.-.-iiUi in tiixry fr.utl Fort li'tniiH trnpn-t hy lii'il.nm in n;ortw fcuri:.-. A numu thnm l a fctrrtetT no ItiIohIu,-' l.'imlf Py lie lrirci' o? H-imi.om, M-t loin Hip jit triol.-r, and iiia ) it 5 : t '-r. l-J-.ili find a miotity of tl'i Kol-w-rH Tf kilil dur ing m ,l;r.v ilsys' HU'tt1. Hampton nd t'1'- giil r'y wflj, frm tho Indians. i oev full exhaust. .1 on tl-o pirtiii. A riioriany rf lh K-YfnMi c-uvalrv. Iir-ut I-.iit hi C"-rr r-l, t"'l lt..T Hampton ".t til oii Mii .it ll.f! aiim'TS" H"fi In 1 ; i-r.-,-H. Mrn. IHilTy, pmi.rl.-W-sn. iiimr-t-n ?hik' I r f)t(ir? nvfr wt'ii Miti c;il- l'-th KM. H'i J'om- him her moth er's r.l tore sn.i t'-ll Pun n-loit iide can of lor r-.-i rr n I a M'i'1 Pf.-v T!n-y d-i1 sito .oi!l livrt ifh Mm Hrri1'n. Nalda the Ki'l-runs Bav (rom Mrs. Herndon' jblikJ rejoin!! Jluntpum. CHAPTER VHI. Continued. He extended bis hand, and drew her vp beside bim into the shaded comer. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 28 November 1907

Money to Loan. A Business Proposition. KtfiUKED THE GREAT WRITER. JTT V v VTTTT7TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT rrTTTTTTTTTTTtTTTTrVTTTTTT 3 WINTER IS Coming On And it ia best to , pre pare for It, and' the way to do it if to call at the I Ames Bazaar and get one of those warm Coats or Fun be fore tbey are all gone, or if you need anything in Dress Cooda or Furnish-, ingi for any lady of the family that U the place to get it, from a Hat to a Shoe, tne best, in town S. L. AMES, BAZAAR. 'phoue no. ii6. AAAaaaaUAAAaUAAAAAAAAAAsVAA LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Items Gleaned From This Locality and Sorted Out in Sizes. Mrs. Smith of Butler, is visit ing the family of her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Burrows. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Martin of Kansas City, aro down to spend Thanksgiving with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry dec were up from Nevada Sunday the guests of E. Ii. Williamson and family. Mr. Clauds Brown is at home from Columbia to spend the Thanksgiving holidays with his parents. Tha reception g...

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. — 28 November 1907

FlieruN H))d Bii!criler to thin paper will confer a favor upon ti liy oriU'tinjj their lcgnl notices printed in tlii paper. Thev cn tl-iri fie for themselves whether the notice are conert or not. X "V "V . 'V -v v -v . "V -v x -v 4 V f r.m ? ot.-ii! I'. S I fr-ri Tii ... .- . -m I n..l,'l, iiKM fi i.r i -tu I uivi'titton i i ;Uppc3ita U. D. Hatant Cfl.ce ( AVo will irivo our ro.-wlors nj c!inrr, t rffif'. tlio St. Kp. ' publc, daily rural routo coition,! niul the Tnir.i'NU ono year for! $2.r.O. It is prrltnps tho best of- j for wo have tnado m this lm . FELLOW HE WAS LOOK-NO rcn Rsuben Willing to Bs " j Wanted Run for Hi i, Bu (Vint tie the now bj wire. Our tt Irphono 1a No. 62. YVAKHINfiTON D. C 5 IVE CHARGE NO TEE 1 I'fT'L TPE C$E 13 SHOWED r" ".- - ! i. v 1 j zj TEACE-riARKS, E!c Send tftvgti rti ShctpIIoh ef tiitll FREE OPINION t lntiit. Crrttpn4nc eonBdlil. BrantRM it Ch.tito, Clfflisd, DtrfL MiLO 0. STEYEMS i CO. V4JH STREET, WASHINGTON. O. C Jp T ST C To women fnc colleriine ...

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 December 1907

VOLUME ig RICH ITILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECISESR 5, .TO. 14 WOULD WAIT A LITTLE LONGER. Old Man Was Taking No Chance on Poaaible Trouble. lie m a man of 70, hut as be had fad his hair and hit lonr whlnkora eolpred a Jt black one had to look at aim twice to it hit age down pat. It wss on the rear end of a str?t car and aftr the wind had blown through them colored whisker for ten minutes ha asked of the man smoking the bad cigar: aejt news from Japan this mora- InsT- 1 man 1 see any in my taper, was the reply. "The excitement Is sort o' dying oni, enr "Yea, I think so." "But there may be another row over o melting?" It Is possible, of course, but I hardly think so. There was no real cause for the excitement anjhow." No, I ruesa not, but I'm rather con- pvrTiuT0 ana i imnn i n wait a cou ple of weeka longer." Tor what, may I askr To pop the question to a wldder who owns a farm on the Connecticut shore right where the Japs can will up and blow the dirt out of It down to bedrock. Wldder...

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 December 1907

The Tribune .) h. '. Hi i k r n v. Na. mk !. I! riKioiiT, IMilor iiml ruHIiler. .t;i:t. tijitl.m jute! tl.Ofl er voar. i:ntTt'il lit tin; KUU Hill post office hb wvnixl cln matter. Temperance Aa a Woman Sees It. I liavo just finished rcadir;R Bro. Il.irjrrove's article on sa !;ons in Thk Tkiijune. If r.Jl ministers and christians would come cut boldly for the temper-pm-c cauAO, every snloon in Rich Hill would be closed. God pity the minister of the gospel, or the professed chris tian, who has not the courage or grit to denounce Satan and all his works. A great deal has been written on what would make Rich Hill a clean town, but they havnt hit the r.ail on the head yet. Clear Rich Hill of its wholesale beer house and five saloons and It will be a clean town, and not before. I was raised not far from the little city of Helton in Cass Co. It has never had a saloon and yet it is a thriving town with good churches, schools and im provements. Its boys have grown to be younj? men strong ph...

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 December 1907

MESSAGE SENT TO CONGRESS President's Recommen dations on National Legislation. AS TO CURRENCY QUESTION Many Defects of Present Syitem Are Pointed Out by Chief Executive. NOT TIME FOR TARIFF Postponement of Discussion of Re vision of Schedules Until After Presidential Election Urged Ne cessity for Improving Waterways of the Country. -lt in I:! annual nivwuase drain via t ouwiy with limurm ,f niuionai ini.r t;i ru r. II- f.rrtnjr to th ry" or.t iiurt !) In liuun- iul fin-It's ti tnmn imt tu.it ('? .mar-lm of iifny hy tt;e iv pl it:fMi k tnnir II in Huml Lanka. .:n r.tjtt ( bubo uf rin.in ial ;r,r.e' n y and a cruvi crn.r. H pas a int.'Ui t thv K'nTfkl t.oniy of i he mn c i.Kug'-ci In tl bnnkinic burnt. mi. AfiT quotation from his lal Annual fn-KMi:4' wliH h jaU Jih the nr-Hsit y f (f- .-mine ntai rriiltl(n. ti ir-sl-dnt m-rt Hint hm vuw livi In no way r t ih M k m1 and l.M,ar9 It 1 th duty of ttt- national (tovnmu-nl to erl-ty in at'Tin t'ir prln H he then i prt-t-tl. I nin laiinlnu a...

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. — 5 December 1907

I THE RICH HILL TRIBUNE . jircKFr.T ft iirrKEiiT, Publishers. KH'H IHU MISSOrill. Heart and Emotion, In addition to those bodily move ments which are called "voluntary," various bodily phenomena which ars clearly involuntary accompany violent menial excitement The bluah ol shame, the lEaMnctlve Rushes t joy and of anrr, the pallor and sweat ! fear, the tears of rrlef, and the '"creep. Ihe" of the flesh provoked by horror, are familiar examples. The rcsplrs, tion la qukVened by Joy and retarded by anxiety, and the feeling of relief finds expression In a deep sigh. Vio lent emotions often disturb the diges tion. The bf art "bounds with Joy," Is raraH-jed by horror, "leaps to the throat" in terror. The connection be tween the heart and the emotions Is bo Intimate that the heart was long re garded as the seat of the soul. MoBt of these Involuntary physical con comitants of mental excitement are brought about by a sjveeial part of the nervous system, the sympathetic nervs and its branche...

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

NAVY'S COAL COSTS MORE Over Half a Million Tods Bought During Year. Were Estimates for tht Next 12 Months Show Expena Will B $1,030,000 Greater. WMxtiihKton . More thau .'.00,000 ton of coal were bought for naval Use, during the fiscal year, according lo the annual report of Hear Admiral '. Cow k'H. chief of the equipment bu reau. The exact llnures were fys.011 ton costing. Including transiortatlon, $2,.'.".:i.4i',.it an average- of ft -S a ton Of this total, only C4.tL'3 tons were luirchssed 1 tUilps chiefly abroad, ut an average cost of $7.25 the ton. In both case the coal cost more than during the previous year. Progress in w irelesa tcle-jraphy cou tinned to be marked. Sites have been select -.m! for six station!" la the I'hi'.irv pines, tut their erection has beer postponed pendinK the development ol a system especially adapted to tropl cal work. , The estimates for the next flsc.V year show a considerate Increase under the item of coal and transpor tatloii, therefore, tho appr...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 5 December 1907

f PLACE 3y lTULPAnm!IMi;WCf h .him mm fit I rrvvpprvT r,v v t r r" 'for f n SYNOPSIS. A detachment of the Kighteenth in fftntry from Kort Bethnne irnpped by Indian In a narrow rHe. Amonn them W a. stranger who Introduce himself by the name of Hmptrn. hUo tiiilis tho lvt trader, and l.ia daughter, litll.s and n ma ten? v of the aol.liera arf killed dur ing a thro dsye' alege.. Hampton and ti.e girl only cwRpp from tin Indian. "Tl'fv full exhausted on the plain. A ''"mrmv of the Seventh cavalry. I,ietit. lirrtiit In ('imiimnJ, find them. Hnmpton arid the Rirl atop at the Mirom Ifimp In lliencaid. Mrs. I Miff -, propriet res. Hamp ton talks the future over with Mis fl tis the Kid. She show liim her moth er's xtt'-ture and tells him n'lflt he can f her parenlape and life. They deeide e xIihiI h-.r w.ih tin. Il-rndn. Nalda the Kid runt away Irom Mr. Herndon a and rfj.itnn Hampton. !?e tniJurn her to ' ha. k, ami to have re.thlni? more to do villi hi'n. Hmvton playa his last emne ef ranl!...

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. — 5 December 1907

tTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT I ! SKIRTS! 1 SKIRTSI At the Bazaar this week you can 3 buy a SILK PETTICOAT worth S7.50 for 2 E Our east window 3 I : is full of them. 3 Come in and see 3 them. 3 I Also a nice line of Heath erbloom and Mercerized at 3 E very low prices. 2 S. L AMES, I BAZAAR. 3 FII05E KO. 116. 3 ta Ul A m,iail4AlAaiaaAA LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Items Gleaned From This Locality and Sorted Out in Sizes. F. W. Benedict is reportd quite sick. Mr. U. Ayer visited Kansas City the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Coll Orr and two sons, arc ajcndinK several days this week with his mother and sister at Butler. Judge Templeton and family have been entertaining Mr. W. A. Streator, of Ark., for several days this week. M r. Flave Typnrd has return ed to his home at Mangum.Okla., after a several days visit with old titno friends here. He thinks Oklahoma is the finest country on earth. Judge- Stevens of St. Lmiia, will nx-nd three days, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, of next week speaking in R...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 5 December 1907

Fnc'v.th and subvcribrrs to ti paper will confer n Invnr upon ui by ordering I heir legal notices printed m (his paper. They can tho fee for them'lve whether the notiif are correct or not. i in-.-(, Bkt-w ti or i I M(t 1 invention Un S How . K--nrvTf e rr MI'-V? n - -t I f ' ' - t Iff njrtli"''1' f opposite u. c. r-fitent kuica i WASHINGTON D. C . : WE CHARGE NO FEE j UTIL THE CASl IS ailOAlB "--J TliiEE-MAESS, Be. Sens' H tk.trli tertjtlei ef ttli 'f rsce opinion tB.tit. EilatiIH4 1864. ' gnashes at Ctiteaee, Clwrtin, Detroit r.tSLO B. STEYENS & CO. 4TH STREET, WASHINGTON. D. C FREE 2 To wonim tnt cnlleeiinf Bimt &A Be!t- in; oxr aoveirirtt, five if prm- I uina -nrf oir km ef-r lor u r fUn of big rott -nrt little Wet. WriK o UjV Acki.eV. T. MOftKlKI, PrrtnieHaa OefH., 3 ij'd Street, New ork Cif. IIAGAZI1TE HEADERS STOSZT MACAUHS fet-jti!uf!y iiluUati. food aerie er d artxie. bo (hernia aad U all (he Fi Ue. ayear CAMEBA CSAT ieeed each Booth la (tie ar- . t-jaie Kpraducuoa '...

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. — 12 December 1907

1 ij) r u I J ? JilLJiJUiU t I r ', f III I VOLUME 18 RICH HILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, is, 1507. ro. is FIFTY RUPEES EASILY MADE. Tricky Indian Mirchant rund I J quisitiv Stranger. I An Indian merthint InliPd to dis pose of an old elephant and took It to n fair. Ai soon ai he bad arrived ha notice man who, without tax ing word, bogan to waiit ound tr aclmsl, examinlnt It attentively on all Idea. The merchant became Tory anxious, for he feared the man bad found out that bla elephant was not worth murh. He too blm xsido and whispered In bia ear: "I nee a eas terner coming. Do pot say & word until I hare sold the beast and I will rlT you CO rupeea." The man looked at the merchant and wondering!? complied with hla request. It hap pened that the customer had more money than sense, so that he was easily taken In. When the bargain was completed and the elephant led way by Its new owner, the merchant handed the CO rupee to the silent man. saying: "Now, I want yon to tell me how you discove...

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