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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 5 March 1908

Hr y.rs of. ft mm PARMsuiumezeu SYNOPSIS. A riotm lirm -nt of the. Eighteenth In fai'sr. fniin Kurt Ttethune trapped ly Int' :tn in n nsrrnw gore. AmoiiK them is a Mrftnirer who Introtltioes himself hv the name of Hamilton. also OiIIw the pom trailer, and hi daughter, tiilhs ami r. - j in t v of the soMiers are klHett dtir " it thi-ee tfavs' stee. Hampton anil It" &rirl onlv iwfliif from the Indiana. Tiny fall exhausted on tin plains. A company of the Seventh cavalry. IJeut. Brunt in command, find them, tltiinptnn s,ntl the jeirl srop at the MtnerV M"nic In 'ijlcnt :ihl. Mrs. 1 lufTy, proprlct reus. Hamp ton talUa the future over with Mists tlil lia the Kid. She shows him her moth er's pit ture and tells Mm what she vin of h i- parent,-.;? anil life. They decide he shail live with Mrs. Horn. Ion. Nnhia tiie Kul-rims away from Airs. Herndon' aii.l I. Huns Illopton. He induces her to Ito lM' k. and to have notliinic more to do with Mm. Hampton plsvs hi last Same or card. lie annou...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 5 March 1908

I :. i" r. C 0 . i . vC c r 4 SHIRT IAAIST S JUST IN 500T5 TO S5.00 don t r a i l to s i : ! : 'i n i m . THE BAZAAR. SI o I ( 4t ft O O o o o O o O a ( O ) o i J o o o o o t o o o d o o o o o o a o a o o o o o o o o o a o o Q O o n :ithof M.tg- IH ll'l t !.! t' duth in 1 iatli-r. !'. tlie'llli asM'iHiin :t is Ji!'" and On fir-count oft!"' i Gibbn, who v Win' ' ' 'i J,!-,'.;.Ti 1 H :.t H,;r d ly in J;i:!'-:r. H'-tl.Jii have !,"-!. -1. Mr. and Mr. J.-l-n V.VM. tf t f rrrvt rr tyttt vyytyttvt rr n r ? t ttt ttt t t rr ttt tttttt r must be paid during th -nth , Nevada, ;'.r,t a ilayr r lo h:t of March. Koixa llooril, S.'c'y. J. M. and J. I) I'..uli-r of O-ago township, wf ! here Tues day transacting bu-iii- and wore pleasant caller at litis of fice. Tliy took a good look at the new court house mid were de lighted with it. They both went home willing to vote for an ex tension of the levy for another year to furnish the building and grade the grounds. They re port that 'Uncle" George Pou...

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. — 5 March 1908

Tjic Kansas City Ucclify Star j ' The most corcrrchfnsive frm rFrAJl th Bwt j inUif, nV.y told Farm questions nwtrtd by; K dractical farmer and experimenter Eiactly what g you want La jnri,..ct reports. ., 8 One Year 25 cents. g H Address THE WEEKLY STAR, iztit Clty,!s. r : f ) fi ri n 1 1 (I n Vt 9 ' t? LONB OAK. Mrs, Ilanre Beshore and child re, wcr visiting nt Gorge Ef short's last Friday. Misses Bertha Titcbford and Koas, Bartx were trading with Eich Eiil merchant Saturday. Ilanry' Nafus was around in this neighborhood buying some tock . the latter vrt of last wk. . Gx Booth hat invested ia a grtphorhone and is having some auslc. .Monday, was moving day in this neighborhood and quite a enntbtr were changing places sgin. Chas. and J. W. Booth left for ndorado, Ma, this week, where be will try farming this year. ' Homer Jenkins was having his ttiamtr supply of wood sawed sat day last week. W. 1L Thom as was doing the work. . . JohnBartz, of Prairie City, was c to hie farm with a l...

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. — 12 March 1908

; t I i 1 f ( I I '0 ' .J .1 f ! t I VOLUME IB KICTI HILL L'J.S'JJT, T;iL"h$:;.Y, MA7JI ii 19-3 T0 t '-1 li J ; f f Thft Ix-o's Siiminit', J u rr.nl suggests thfit John D. pity his thirty million dollar Ihio, on 1! " installment plan. Ao. exchange predict ti;:t Bryan will bo nominated by de fault. Bryan will surely nj y that kind of a ictury. Anexchango tells cf a Kmsas editor who started ten years agsj with CO cents and is rated !:"v at $100,000. Ho inherited S;.0:-'J,-70. . New York calls lows'v'ii- tliM "Path maker" and Hughe-, the "Peace maker" Tali pi-e.-rd himself to b? no slouch at pom maker in hi trip aiound the globe. It is almost as popular to be marked by the Uiatk Hand ;t it is to have the grip or pp ioik r tis. Dr. Cross, the city .'.. t.ji.st c Kansas City lias ai.aliz J cigar tt papers, and found thvui harmless. He says inferior to bacco is the uuot harmful tiling about cigarettes. 1I? might have added that the habit of cigarette smokers of inhniing every partical of ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 12 March 1908

. , r frvn fv.--" ! i, - .. ,..:"::" , .,...,,,.,,,,....,., .... j I r ..... . ' .... ' 1 ' . . -i r 1i P t " II u u r i 4 y-. Hi''' i? I 8 i .a . WW? a v. ; Je353TS'aL'JJUiiiX?'.'TS2 Jive.- The Tribune (Jko. 11. Duwi'i.i., Lditorttnd Mnnagtr. Subscription price ?1.C0 per year. Kutered, t tlio Well Hill post tWc as gf-conJ class matter. ASSO'JSCEMENTS. f 'OJt HKt!It r. I brelir announce inybo'if n candi ilat for iheriff, un tti l:fptMcfin ticket, of lUma county. n'l I'-ct to the flo'!!on of the lU-imMlcHU -lvc-tor at the primary In August C. F. IJEARK. Pull for Kich Hill. Kansas City seems to have for ffottea her depot. Even "Fighting Bob" Evans has been spreading peace on his trip around the Horn. "He's a happy fellow" more often means au honest fellow than it does a careless fellow. Kich Hill merchants are to be commended for tlK-ir window displays. They are a good sign of enterprise. What about Judgo Wallace? is the question thst is bothering aspirants for the Democratic nominati...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 12 March 1908

THOUGHT HE KILLED A MAN. Msrtlndata Rllvrd Told th Truth. Whf "It in tihl be dreadful thing," aald rapt. John H. Tarklngton, "to carry through life the knowledge or even t hi- suspicion of having killed a nun, if having deprived any bums.ii being; of life. "I wns captain of company A. On Hundred and Thirty -second Indiana, In the civil war, and the regiment was Mationed most of the time of lisserv li e at Stevenson, Ala. I was Judge ad incut of the general court martial at Hrldgeiort, ten miles from Stevenson ou the Tennessee river. It was re ported to me one morning that Sam uel Martindale of my company was in sore distress. He had kill.d a man. a eerte r from a union regiment, as he was escaping from the prisoners' stockade the nifiht before. "This deserter had gotten over the Blockade, had crossed the ditch, sur ro-irnlhig It and wan climbing the em bankment a hundred feet away where Martindale was paring his sentry beat, when Corporal Iliff ordered him to flte on the fugitive. H...

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. — 12 March 1908

Tho nidi Hill Tribune, GKO. H. lOWK!.L, Publisher. men mix Missouri. Th Ns'.lon's Bread. TIi at bread Is Junlly entitled to he enlled the "itafr of life"' Is fully born cut by Investigations of th United Slates department if commerce nj llmr. Thin department made as In vt!Ksllon to determine the amount fpent for food by a "normal" laborer's Iiriii:y. The data obtained from the 11,156 families whose expense were studied showed the average amount epent for food fcy a family confuting of husband, wife and five children to be t329.19 pre year. It Is Interesting to note how tlie so-called normal fam ily of the veraj:e laborer, which seems rather above the normal In aixe. apportions Its money for food and other necessities. Twenty-nine dollar and 20 cents la expended for bread, floar and cereals, and while the cost of the bread la small compared with that of other foods, the amount of nutri ments and energy derived from It is Jarge. The laborer's meat bill Is the largest of all. He spends...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 12 March 1908

N Happenings Jimn Coys' Stepfthr Desd. lir. Itei!en Hamuels of Kearney died In the St. Joseph state h,'ltl (or the Insulin recently. Il was HO year old rid had been a patient In the asylum een in r, Or. Hamuel was ter father of Je and Frank James, the Missouri outlaws. Mil son. J. T. Hum uel, of Kxcelslor 8rini;. took the body to the old home In Clay rmitity here lr. Samuels lived many year. lr. faniuels was inarrled to Mr. Jarne. the mo, her of Frank and Jesse James, at the dote of the Civil war. Two aons were torn to them. One of them, Arthur Samuels, w killed In 1875 by the eiplotdon of bomb thrown Into the Samuel home near Kearney by Pinkerton detectives. Sin. Samuels attiinptej so roil the mlsFlle Into the fireplace. I'.cfore she accom plished her aim It exploded and tore her arm off. Her r n. lont seven years old. was struck by f!y!nj? frag ments and lived only a few hour. For eversl yes 1-9 before the Civil war Dr. Samuel practiced medicine in Greenville. His son, John Samuel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 12 March 1908

MR 'at' IIP V iU Cy IXmiPAHmiiAJWRerJ- mvvrvr ".v T C ft,".' no SYNOPSIS. A -tarlimTt of t KigMeenlh 1n f.mirr from I ort '.Hume irs.pfl bf Iiitllan in s narrow -. Ainnng- thsm 1;- a stranger !in introuu"s himself by 1li ram.- of Hamplnn. alao 1 1 i 1 1 in tlia post trail-r, anfll tua daughter. ,il'i and majority of Hie nolitiiTs ar killed dur tii a lliriv days' sick". Hampton anil fi.'rl "or.ly eT fror tlie Indiana. Tl fv full pvhau.sifd on tha plains A company of the Scvrnlh ravalrv. Uut. Plant in command, find them. lMmptnn Jin.l tin- girl slop at the Minora- 1 l"nif In (Ii'Miraid. Mrfl. luffv. propricl nss. H.imJ 1"n tilk tile fnturi over Willi Mi.-s lmtii Kid. Mh hoM him tier motli ci a picture and tolls him wint shf ran of ir parantav and ljl. Tl.i y WI(I uli" ftl'nil live with Mn licrml.m Nalita ih Kid-rura tour from U. Hcrndon a it J moms HHiip:n lie ir.dtic.-s !"-r fo hsik. and ti tiae noihlnn mute l' 1 Willi )iim. Hampton plnva his his of "anl Hp anmunrs to lied P v'" tli....

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 12 March 1908

cooeoiicoooc" C'iOOOOOO JOCOCOO 00000000001 o C':3:seo ike paiudas rrrrrrrTYT TTTrrr? ttttttt t m t ?tt mi rirrrrt trrrm I '1 ! ' A. O O s ! 1 SHIRT WAISTS JUST IS. 5 O t to 5 . DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM THE BAZAAR. eoooooooc-ooc o a u a 8 o o a a 8 o o o 8 o o o o o o o o - .O'-i coosoccoooooa-u ... LOCAL 1UMU. l'iv-iilit! Attorney Dawson, i f Buuor, transacted business in rMctt t ;,i : i,a Monday. Uur .v t : ' i 2d "I liip l ir- lit ; ,' j:it revived by the lVo-,!e': Levator Co. 4t ::-.U r Rt-nd u tlie ta'n m l telephone 1 No. . J. Dr. and Mrs. Oln s; day ia Webb City. Mr. and Mr.. L ; D spent Sunday ia Nevada A lsrire numWr of B saw the dredge beet ere railroad. Dell Witort f I!.;:!, trans acted business in tios ity Sat urday. Miss Stella Weltiner, of N-u da, spent l;it vt- k in this .:.-, th-1 jjusit of Mis. itvr; 1 Booth. Mm. H. Loeb is v bit in jf tel. tlc and friends in Kan-as City. c i. r. e t . A K i;.'Vi', of K"nas ;:s g hnr.ds with his i:i this city. - i.'Iv, Chr.s. Garrison...

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. — 12 March 1908

C -1 '- if " a ! I 1 1 u t It t, ( r o is r tvoOVOOOO0C O D C O C ST; SOCIITY hutlmngs. Send Mien ot Sooal Kuih-iLiis 1.. i.e lvr-v Mesdames W. L. Vi'liilncy ar.J Ccrinne W. Harding cr.tortnircd twenty-four UJies vrith "tod" euchre, Saturday evening in tl.o Hotel parlors. 2u.twithstr.ndin: the bad evening all rrxpnlod. After twelve games had I con played, three spoons were piw-n as pri.'.t'S. Mrs . liie'K'W l- niru' Yron tea out of tho twelve receiv ed the first prize, Miss Alice Francis the second, and Mrs. Smith tho consolation. Masters Tan! "Whitney and Madeline Harding, assisted by Sc'rr.a and Lucille Loeb served fruit punch throughout the evening, and l.U or assisted in serving the re freshments. Those prevent: Mesdames Uailej of Chi.-ayc Tfcft, Ferguson. Ilaie?, Orris, Jamison, Dela mater, S. Ijo.;b, II. Iloeb, Chamberlain, Smith, Spencer, Booth, Hiclrey. Crom well, Burrows, Miller, W. Jauii son; Misses Ferguson, Donna ndEssie Gciger. Steele, Y..!t rnerof Nevada, Krieger, Boot...

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. — 19 March 1908

n- nr t mmi aw ..- r- " " i i n i urn .. i - L 4 Mil M M H 0 Llv n i :. JL VOLUME iS men hill n ssouri, tiic-toav, marh i? i$c8 .TO s . - i i ,,- " ' K ' ' I V V CILt TO BANK ROBCLttS Ecjslind F'ace V.hcrc Was l;iiu?i1 Several small boys were t-h'y-ir.g around the fair grounds or. the east tide Sattmbw rii' ii i) ;' and found two bills t in in tv-o and thrown down. J hoy bruu-lil them to town end rtpoibd to the bank, and several citizen with Chief of Police In nc !. went out to investigate. In the Secretary's ofiUo ti e party found a bar of soap, an empty money sack, some rubber bands and several ''straps" or paper bands put around money bugs to indicate the 'amount of money in a sac'.: and by who.-, counted. These articles were identified by authorities in the P. A M. Bank. Tliis hr.d cor roberates the story of Mr. "Wright heard the robbers J going east in the alley bac. of the bank. They undoubtedly went down this alley and to the fairgrounds, where, the no-ney divided, and then t...

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 March 1908

rrr r.t- "' M . ... ( t - vr 1 - i !3 .1-1 .iJ .'.J r? to 11 . ;.. -'.-.lav 'i ..! iiLef ".J" food raised wiih I G i OR 1 L ' 1 if AM ' M'AU (Hi! IV-:' H , '3 "j J 'Hi A pJi c, cream of tartar powder Ii3 faiiic i3 world wide No alum; no phosphate of lime The poisonous nature of alum is so well knorrn that the sale of condiments and whiskey con taining it is prohibited by law. In buying baking powder examine tho labd ancl Like only a brand shown to be made nix cream of tartar. fob 3 The Tribune Ceo. 15. Dowei.u Ilditorand Matiajre-r. ubscrtptlon prioe ?1.00 peryear. Eatored at the Kich Hill post- Sc at pcoud class ma Iter. AKNOUKGEKEKTS. ron i-onuhksh. After coDHiildDt: with friends und taatur consideration I haTe conclud ed to submit iu.t uame to thellepub Jkann of th, the 6th district, as n candidate to conure. to lie voted lor at the primary election to be held throuahoot the diHtrlet on the tirt Tuesday of August, next, lfeol thnt thooewbo have wrltteu to me aDd others who have s...

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. — 19 March 1908

Happenings To Tet Primary Ltw. Should the friendly test of th vi lblity of Ihe stale r 1 1 1 j-' law In the iiirwiiA court. proposed tiy Jeptha I). Howe and oiticm In St. Iouls, result in Its being declared unconstitutional, iov. Kolk will at once call n etra session o( ihe I-n lK!ai ii r to pass a pri mary law framed to stand the tent of 111 courts. It I generally blleved by lawyer and laymen alike that the liw a drawn an.t pasMed by the last ses sion f full of "blow holes." that, un fortunately. It waa not made to con form In some respects to some of the general election Una, notably In the registration provision applicable to Ft. Uul. anl that It falls to provide the methods by which nominations shall be made for certain offices. It Is the universal belief, anion); those who have read tlis law carefully, that It will hanlly survive the test of the court. Gene ally It Is conceded that only on the grounds of "public nolicy," an.) even that Is a very violent pre sumption, could It b...

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. — 19 March 1908

Tho Rich Hill Tribune. glo. n. dowki.l. Publisher. men hill Mis?nrn;. The. navy l alway over the fire. At home It Is roasted and abroad It Is tOSBted. You liBve probably noticed thst n heiress never find It necessary to lake advantage of the leap year priv ilege A rich niRii ran no doubt get to heaven, !hi( will It. be heaven when he. K1 Gore arid rr.".l!zfs thnt he l tint broke? Tint nobody can make those foreign smtomobilists believe thnt the Panama canal Is half as bad as the ordinary American roads. London and New York are planning rush hour street curs solely for work inewomrn an.1 the girls will not mesa (hem all up with tobacco, either. Ten thousand dollars lor the exter mination o( mosquitoes seems a let cf nvniey, but If the little pests are really extern. Inated H will be worth it. If people were as ready to overlook a minister' shortcomings as they are to overlook the plate as it goes by. there would be fewer church rows. They have found a plesiosaurus In Chill. This Is i...

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 March 1908

v CLIMATE IS IDEAL GREAT WEALTH ACQUIRED CROWINQ GRAIN. IN Writing from ai-lialoiin, Buskatrhe- an, ('anuria, W. II. KllwuiiKcr, who wa fonnerly a resident tl Ureeu Mountain, lot, says; "The. tllmata It) nmuiier I I for growing (train. l.onK, clear diys of tiiinliti!e, no tad mi. rum. We never need to ptiarj aitnliiKt cyrli ties; I never raw a bettci climate la my 1 1 f . We made iimim itumey lnrtt!(? I )rt h nm of l'.i"G than any previous ti )ears In c n1i.il low a ilit of the Im hi district in tfn state." Hut Mr. i:s!vati;er was a real dent of tin- town, and It rnlKtit be inorr liiterer'lin? to ri iid liii t a fa rnx-r h.'if to say about Western laninla. Krmr hundreds of letters all filled wltl, word of praise, recounting success Id Wi stern t';i:iui!a there hag b.-en on Reiceted. It Is a follows: Paynlon, Ss., Canada, I tec. K'th, l'.07. To Wnom This May Concern: I moved to this address February 3 1907, from Montgomery. Iowa, and took a homestead 3" miles north ol Paynton. It was...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 19 March 1908

FT FT lib illV 3 U VHP PLACER SYNOPSIS. A rVtarlimerit of th Kiittit'wn'r, In Yantrv from Kort Bethum- trpi-i1 by Jnilian!" In ft narrow -nri?. Am-'im thrm Is H stranger who Int roiltin tilmnflf b-y tho nam of Hampton. slso '.Jtllia hs l-t trs.W, and hi clmiKliter. titlHs and a maturity of tris snliliers r killed dur ing a three rinvn' sleK. Hampton and pirl onlv escar. from 1 1 Indiana. Thv fall exhausted on h plains. A -oHnrnnv of the rteventh ravaiiy, I J"iit. Btsnt In command, find tlirm. Hampton itid the stop at th Miner- Home In Oioticst'1, Mm. Iiiifly. rrcirtelres. Hamp ton tnlka The future over uh Mii ti'-ltB-th Kid. rllie shows him her mn'h r picture and tells him west slis n f her parental: and life. Tltey decide ffhe hrtll live with Mm. Hrndon. Naida the Kid rutin away fr-m Mm Herndon nd rejiina Hampton. He tndurea lier to JTO hk, and to psve rmthlne more to no with l.liu. Hampton plays Ms I"' rtmo rf .arils. He announces to Hed fllitvin that he has o'lit. and then leaves...

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. — 19 March 1908

poooo fo c o o o c a C 0 0 0 0 0 0 ft 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 O 0 local m i-:rs. Jf trrrTTTf TTTTTTTT1TTTTn TTTTTTTTTTTf TTTrf TTf r rt ssttm KrrLMos. Bio millinery Opening NEXT WEEK Wednesday anil Thursday, filar. 24 and 25 New Waislings, Dress Goods, Etc., Etc. THE BAZAAR. oooooooooooooaooocceoococo UIHth a Big Lath whir.lwC And still r;;f're comirjr, we are fixed to supply your every want. Don't fail to Via us show ycu." Call us up. piione 3i Williamson & Montgomery The Tribune is a for The Best 0 Xt 1 nt " -iiy t'T j mi t l"1 anions the tct dneHr ft not. It Jo' i )'!!f n iiv x-'l. kt!i, nur any pt"ll e. Iiim, if j mi funic t W.' n lii put jvvi titto Hurt, Miflf !ier &I!- t lot I-.. . mil Halt niennn tliHl lioLxvly el will l U-ttf-r ttr Mi'tt th'ui j on. Absolutely nil-wool qunllty Riirvt imilt rili 1 iU!; nn.t tli U ut tailoring, the tuott ertfet tjfl nnil hi cortvt fit. 3 1 V r 5 'A Jts-,' . .. " J- . s . : a : - Xsftm , ' 'V':4 !"V O o a a . s t t i o o o o o il n o o o o ...

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. — 19 March 1908

r-r !. n y 7 t B - LOCAL IIRIKFS. J Our fcnj Dt tin- b vln t'Vf fcitno 1 No. fi2. Frank (Jench and wito of But ler epent Sunday in t!u city. Rmembr ti: a 1 1 1:3 now pos til lavr nto f?oct April 1," Mrs. Jalto Carry an-1 child, of Cutler, aru visiting relatives in t!;! city. Miss Maude ,Wicman, who i. Uachinjr school at Metz, spent Sun day at Lome. Jcis Miller, of th TrancNK, trnsactexi business in Appleton Citj Saturday. A car load of Whip Poor-Will cow pea9 just received by the People's Elevator Co. 4t Dr. L. L. Ames, the opticion, kft Monday on a trip to the towns in the southern partfof the state. The Tribune is prepared to do Job Work of all kinds. Give us atrial order, and let us SHOW you. A stranger who was here on Saturday not long ago asked us wha was going on, because he aw so many people on the tract. It was aa ordinary Sat urday afternoon. On account of business which calls tne away I am offering iny draft stallion for sale. Weight' 1700 lbs., dark brown color. Call on o...

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. — 26 March 1908

FT ft i i u I i VOLUME 18 p.icn ii ill i-:js:ouri, Thursday, karii 11! T KTiM I! is V Varrcn Cafe! D wimsrln, rrcp. Short Orders a Specialty ;iligh Crude Choclatc Candies. Leading Brands of Cigars and Tobacco. We are serving that good Chi'i aain. In Our New Location, Opposite P. O. RICH HILL, MISSOURI. Disi 2tt!i3 Hunit Cep;!. Mrs. Chas. F. McCall died iu arms of her hisbnnd at the K. C. Southern depot, Wednesday afternoon. She came In on the 8;S2 passenger from Borland, where aheliad been visiting hert grandmother, Mrs. Morehouse. Bhe had been quite poorly for several months with cnu cap tion, liar husband accompanied her, and upon arriving at the station complained of feeling worse and was taken to t he wait ing room where she suddenly ex pired. Her maiden name was Ida Hacke. She was .married to Chas P. McCall ou March 81, '07, by Elder J. W. Rogers. Her father and mother are bothdexd, her grandmother at Worhnd be ing the only known relative liv lag near her. She was about 20 year...

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