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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 11 August 1904

14 Jr. JOHN BURT I Author af 'Taw kMaspt- MtlH-fwJres, 'Co4ol Mme s lwcirk," fie HiPTRH.HT. T All rctiM irTiiJ-r. IWi IIT ruit UriuK Aoatis r-wvt A. 1. Liasae- limbLB s CHAPTER XVI. Continued. John heartily conKratulned ftlake on hit masterly generalship. "Wa will talk buslne tomorrow, Jim." he nil. "I am morn acxlou to hear of other niiltrt. Now. tll rn the new. Did you hoar of Mlu C'arden? Ia my rrandfather alive?" "Peter Hurt is alive and well." eatd Make, glad to bring acme good tid ings. "Alive and well," repeated John Hurt. -May Cod bleu him! That la good new. Go on. Jim." "Arthnr Morris U ftlive," aatd B'.ake, without lift In i( hi eyes. "Tbo local papers contained (hat Bf'i," observed John, carelessly. "What's the matter, old man? You're pale. Ar you 111?" 'I've bad news for you. John." he aid. desperately. "I may as well tell you and be over with It. Visa Car een' erpasc-d to be married!" John'a lip tightened and a red tpot turned on I is cheek. -To whom?" "To Arthur Morri....

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 11 August 1904

I The Tribune OMJ V. I ll ' S. NANSIB R. MVCKWIY. Krtttorltnd PablUliara. IobK-rlpllonKlli On .f ............ t.OA I Thln-MonOi!... ' . I SinU Copl... . .OS ac"-t "'ntt'!"'".!.. pott elftct at 1 I Rich IHIl, COl O.M """"" I RtPlTLlCAN NOMIMtS. For President, TIIEODORL ROOSEVELT. For Vice President, CIIAS. W. FAIRBANKS. State Ticket. For Governor. CYRUS P. WALBRIDGE. For Lieut. Governor, JOHN C. Mc KIN LEY. For Secretary of State, JOHN E. SW ANGER. . For State Anditor, HENRY WEILDER. For State Treasurer, JACOB GMELICH. For Attorney General, HERBERT S. HADLEV. For Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner, FRANK WIG HTM AN. Electors at Large, LAWRENCE M. JONES, D. M. HOUSER. For Congress, J. FRED RHODES. County Ticket. For Representative, GEORGE CHURCH. For Treasurer. T. II. DOUGLAS. For Sheriff, CLYDE B. SPENCER. For Prosecuting Attorney, GEORGE TEMPLETON. For Coroner, C. B. COLSON. For Judge North District, GEORGE RUBLE. For Judge South District, JOHN ARMSTRONG. S. B. Cole left us a copy ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 11 August 1904

V: i. Jv . i , ti .' Kfir Lotn of new f nil goodsou display nt Uip l!n.n.tr. Walter lirown wai visiting home (oiks this week. Mm. J. K. ltalesi visiting Iricnds in Coffeyville, Kan; Postal Clerk Clevc Young ii home for a few days visit. C. K. Darnell ha gone to Michi gan for a shoit vacation. Miss Hattie McKilben went to Dutler Monday to visit relatives. Miss Gertie Sheppard is visiting relatives and faiends at Greenwood, Mo. Cecil Ames came down from Itutler to Spend Sunday with home folks. W. F. IiiKler, of the Caihon Center neighborhood, was in the City Tuesday. See the tieaulilol new Fall hats at the Bazaar and get one tot they are the I itrst. II. G. Spiaker and his merry-go-round, after doing well at Lexing ton are now at Tipton, Mo. Author Mock and wife, of the Telephone d-.t., spent Monday afternoon in liutler.' C. A. Lane was in the city Tues dny shipping a car of hogs to mar ket incr the Frisco system. Dr. Slater will be in his dental oit-.ce fiom Tuesday morning to Saturd...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 11 August 1904

WESTERN CANADA Thrco Divisions Affording Great Chances for Settlement Ranchinft. Whcat-Growlntf and Mixed I'armlntf. The old 'Romans used to nay that Gaul ws divided Into throe pnits; eo Is th Canadian North West Gaul' dlvlnlona wore political; thus of tho Western Canada prairies nro created by the unerring bund of rature. Th Prt Dlvltion. Chiefly because of the elevation of the counlry. the absence uf large lake and rivers, and the operation of the "Chinook" or raeific ocean winds, which readily cross the Rocky mountains la Southern Alberta through gaps and passes, the south western portion of tho Canadian prov inces Is regarded as somewhat arid, and ies fertile than other portions of the country. Although this has been a prevailing Idea In the past. It has been left for American settlers, who have Invaded this district within the pest two or three years, to prove that splendid Mnta 11 I' 1 crop of grain can be grown on the land. Wblle there are no large lakes or rivers In this who...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 11 August 1904

QUITS THE BENCH. AN CLO MAN' TRIBUTE. M C. r 1 i 4' I! Mrs. Huehson, of Chicago, whose letter follows, is another woman in high position who owes her health to the use of Lydh E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "Du.a Mrv PtwKt?: I suffemd for wveral years with general Vwikik-sd and bMiriuir-down Twins, caused ty miiib trouble. 3iy appe tite was fitful, and 1 would lie awake for hours, and could not siocrt, until I wHunod more weary in the morning than when I retired. After yvadintT oie of your adtrrtLxemcnta I decided to try the menu of Lydl U. IMuWbam'a VcuetaMo Cojonnd, and I am ro plaxl I did. No cue can descrilw the gxl it did nuj. I took three t.ttlea faithfully, ai.d beside, building up my frrneral health, it drove all disease arid joLwrn cut of mr boh-, and made rno feel a rpry and active as a toui.r rirL Mrs. llnkhama mediriru-s are certainly all they are claimed to be. Mr. M. E. Ilron-w-v, 817 East Ohio !M Chicago, 10. Mra. rinkham Tell How Ordinary Taak l'roduce Displacement....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 11 August 1904

mm Li Through Service BETWEEN ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, KANSAS CITY AND THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OF TEXAS. EUFFET SLEEPERS AND FREE RECLINING KflTY CI1A10 GARS DINING STATIONS OPERATED BY THE COMPANY. SUPERIOR MEALS, -Fifty Cents. Missouri Pacific Time Card. NORTH HOUND. 8T. i.OllS AND K. C No. leaves . 5:25 a m. No. 4 leaves 12:"0 p. m. No. ZO U-avos 10:10 p. in. NO. Wl (Local) 10:15 a.m. WtT llolTM). IT. Ht'OTT CKXTKAU No. "7 le aves 1:00 p. n. No. "9 Leaves 5:45 a. ni. WJVTH BOUND. No. 29 Arrive. 5:55 a. in. No. 27 Arrive 12:53 p. lu. No. 25 Arrives : ...11:15 p. m No, 11 (Local) 3:50 p. m, KaHT liotWO ,I"T. (HX1TT CKMBAL. No. 54 Arrives....; 12:15 p. m No. 40 Arrive 10:0 p. m n. a. r.Aii.KY, Agt. Order of IMiMlcatlon. Static hk Miskh hi, 1 u County of Fates, In the Circuit Court -In t nintloii. July Vf.lh, I'x'l. .1. T. Kiiwmeier, Plaintiff, v. I ! Fiiktiovvn Heirs of Jonas IMwell ami Nancy Powell, incensed, IV fcndeiits. Now nt this lny comes tin' plain tiff herein. ly his attorney, ami ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 18 August 1904

rp-prn IRTT(PWF MITT TF TRSBUKK, VOLUjIIJ in BICIl HILL, MIHSOUUI. TIIUUKDAY, AUGUST 18, IVO. 9. 49 Arc You Interested In the South? DO YOl' CAKE TO KNOW OF THE MAItVKLOUri I)IiVEIPMENT NOW (iOINU OX IN The Great Central South? OV INNUMERABLE OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUNG MEN OR OEI ON F-S TO OP.OW RICH? lo you want to know about ri h farinin? Inrnlc, fertile, well located, .ii a Trunk Elm.' Ual'mad. which w ill produce two. thn-e atil four crop from Tin- Kim.- mil each year? Laud now to had ut from 1.00 to t ".) mi acre wliK It w ill be worth from .fi.ou to frr.ii.no within 10 jrars? Alniut hXm U rai.-ie.? wli. iv the extreme of winter feedin? I but 4.0 uliort v. ek'.' H plan where truck fcrow in? and fruit raUin? yield c-uorniou return I'fu-li vc.ir.' of a laud where you can live nut of door every day In th.' year.' of opportunltieH for eskil.lUhin? profitable manufneturin? Industrie: of rich mint-nil IociUIouh. mid splendid bulnew opcnlu?8? If vim tisit to know tin- detail of any or fi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 18 August 1904

THE TRIBUNE C.KO. P. IUTKKHY Editors and NANNIE R. HlTCKFrlY ( Publishers RIC llll 1 LL7 TTT"" M i PSOl'H I The automobile with til It peril seem to 1 leu fatal than lha bath ing suit. It took a genii, like Kipling to e In Joe Chamberlain a subject for port ic treatment. Almoet any flying machine can ac compllsh wonderful feats In th In ventor' prospectus. The woman who c roused Abyssinia nn a mule ia receiving; much credit. But the mule did the work. A German scientist has discovered that the bite of the rattlesnake will knock leprosy. So will gun. People who go away on a holiday and (ret drowned find that It Inter feres seriously with their plans. "Ia American literature bourgeois?" ask Gertrude Atherton. Nay, sister, Much of It Is of a finer type than that. At the prospect of a soap famine that celebrated antJ-bath doctor will probably have one or two spasms of Joy. A mountain of pure soap has been discovered in Nevada, The tramp problem In that state may be consid ered solved. E...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 18 August 1904

yr I til' vj. 1 -K-rr Ribbons Everywhere. "Ribbon bows are Introduced every where this season. They appear on the high waist tt-Itat. on the cuff, and down the front of the gowns, being cattcred Impartially wherever bow can possibly find a place. As a trim ming they are very small and dainty, often auppleroented with a button or a minute buckle, while as a contrast ihe (ash bows are, tn many Instances, very wide and threading, aome of tbeui taking the form of immense choiis composed of loops of soft ribbon, which In white and roue have the ap pearance of mammoth peonies. A charming evening "tea gown." fash ioned of fink aoft satin veiled with white chiffon, which was covered In turn w-uh black spotted net, was swathed round the bunt and across tne back with wide strl;d black and white taffeta ribbon with a reverse side of .ale pink, tied In large but terfly bow In front, and there were wide ribbon bands on the wrist fin ished with little bows on the Inner side. Gooseberry Wins. Gath...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 18 August 1904

The Tribune. UKU. r, Hl lKKHT, makmi k. ttrcKrnr. KdltaraaaS rabllahsrs. aBrlptlosKatii tnVm ... !. I T)imMnitii. . Sl Mom hi . I Stalls Cottm. . F.iiHr aect4lt ta l ki a! CenfiMtla ttw MM Oflka St Kick Hill, M KCOUll CUU Mil BMIMf RIPIBLICAN NOMINEES. i For President, THEODORE ROOSEVELT. For Vice President, CHAS. W. FAIRBANKS. State Ticket. For Governor. CYKUS P. WALBRIDGE. For Lieut. Governor, JOHN C. McKINLEY. For Secretary of State, JOHN E. SWANGER, For State Aoditor, HENRY WEILDER. For State Treasurer, JACOB GMELICH. For Attorney General, HERBERT S. IIADLEV. For Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner, FRANK WIGHTMAN. Electors at Large, LAWRENCE M. JONES, D. M. IIOUSER. For Congress, J. FRED RHODES. County Ticket. For Representative, GEORGE CHURCH. For Treasurer. T. II. DOUGLAS. For Sheriff, CLYDE B. SPENCER. For Prosecuting Attorney, GEORGE TEMPLETON. For Coroner, C. B. COLSON. For Judge North District, GEORGE RUBLE. For Judge South District, JOHN ARMSTRONG. Hot weather advice. Qu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 18 August 1904

2.' . V I. Hit I lr IS. m Ti e Mo. l'c pay car visited Kith Mill Monday. i:. K. Tatver spent Sunday with his family at Uldorado Sptings. Mi Mamie Vanllenthnsen has been visiting relative near Adrian. The Uazaar is still selling sum mer goods t greatly reduced prices. Mis May Martin left Monday night '''t ,0 ,he V'1J' I""ilir at St. Louis. Pnt Johinnes and wife are the harp)" patent of a little baby gill, who arrived Monday. Mr. Win. Youard i acting as city superintendent of the water and eas this week. Mrs. A. C. Cate is over from La Harpe, Kans., visiting the family j Of her son. Will. Mr. and Mis. Peter Pearson have returned from quite an extendedvis it to point in Kansas. Mr. T. S. Bums is entertaing his ster and daughter, who srrived Tuesday night fiom Iowa. Mrs. McLean Das returned home fic.m an extended visit with relatives and fiiends at Independence. Kev. Mis. C. C. James and chil dren ate expected home tonight fiom their si-it to Malta liend. Dr. Siater will be in his denta...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 18 August 1904

0 4 I JOHN BURT?pi.MCPArDSS Aetkor of -Th Kmimpt MlIottirr,' CmttmM Mara peel.," VM. tYievmr.iiT. !!, iit I All niM lxrrt";MT. U4. v Frxkbsios t'riK.H Al I rmsrvnt A. J. Unlit BIDDLB Chapter XVII Continued. Morria stood a few steps back of ' JoMe and devoured her with hi eea. ills noted the soft folds of her hair, the rounded curve of her neck, And fas one spellbound watched her deft 'finger aa they glided over the surface jot the sketch book. With a little sigh of disappointment I Jessie dropped the folio on her lap. Not In months bad she drawn with ;)er,s skill. What could be the matter? iShe felt oppressed and under some ma lign Influence. Instinctively she 'turned and looked squarely Into the ardent eyes and eager face of Arthur Morris. With an Involuntary cry of surprise, fear and vexation, she sprang to her feet, the sketch book falling to the floor. "Why, Mias Carden!" exclaimed Morris, with stimulated astonishment. "Really, this Is an unexpected pleas ure. I am delighted to ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 18 August 1904

LOW RATE TICKETS CLOSELY OCSERVED. Railway Official Making Evary Effort to Step Scalping of rJontrane fsrable Transportation to 6t Louie. Passenger officials are making every effort to prevent the nontranaferahl railroad tickets to the Pair being Used by any other thai lha original purchaser. legislation, both Federal. State and! city, baa been Invoked, aud tbe court! j liava, without eieeptlon, held thai tba sale of a nontreoafcrahle ticket such j aa Ja used for excursion traffic U tba Fair la Illegal and tba purchaser la In Many Instances liable for forgery. In asmuch aa these tickets hare to be signed In the name of tba original pur chaser. Wlttt tie law behind them, the a toady fight which tbe passenger men are making against Uie ticket brokera, It la believed, la bearing fruit. At tbe aama time, an enormous num ber of cheap ticketa are Bold to per Bona either peaslng through EL Loula or returning from tbe Fair. In many Instances tbe conductor ooea cot dlecover the fraud until t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 18 August 1904

Through Service BETWEEN ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, KANSAS CITY UNO THt. PRINCIPAL CITIES OF TEXAS. E'JFFET SLEEPERS AND FREE RECLINING KATY GHAIO CARS DINING STATIONS OPERATED BY THE COMPANY. SUPERIOR MEALS, Rfty Cents Missouri Pacific Time Card. MIRTH lliL".vn, (T. I.OVIS AND K. 0. No. 2l Leaves. No. 24 Leaves , No. SO leaves NO. 104 (Local) f:2j a m. ....12:00 p. in. 10:10 p. in. 10:15 a. in. WEST HlH'M). i'T. HCOTT CK.NTHAI.. No. 37 Leaves No. 39 Leaves , Koum hoini. No. 29 Arrives No. 27 Arrives No. 25 Arrives ...1:00 p. m. ...5:45 a. iu. ,. v.oo a. m. .12:55 p. in. .11:15 p. m No, 10.1 (Local) 3:00 p. in, KAKT nol"M ,FT. SCOTT CENTHAL. No. H4 Arrives 12.15 p. iu No. 40 Arrives 10:0 p. m K. A. Bailey, Agt. Tariff Hand Book. Inasmuch a It ia nettled that the Tnrif! in to be the predominant lumie u the Presidential campaign of 1904, the Tariff Hand 15ook, Just issued hy the Ameriean Protective Tariff Ix-uue, Ixtomiy) of special value. An ejual amount of matter relating to the Tariff in l...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 25 August 1904

1 (1 KICII HILL, MI8SOCII1. TflUKSOAT, AUGUST 23.19Q. VDM'MK IA IBlJiLilLd Arc Yoa Interested In the South? IX) VOL CARE TO KNOW OF THE MAKVELOUd DEVELOPMENT NOW tiOINU OX IX SIVDW SCHOOL ItSSON. f ';7- Ye rwtWr.ilt.fJ.AL ITATK TRANSFERS t kr.'iiv tt; OuM- I Text ! tn, -Ja Of IXXL MKRMU.EOrrOIU t XITIF.s FOR YOUNG MEN OR OLI ONES TO GROW RICH? 2i ymi wiuit to kuow about rich farming land, fertile, well located on n Trunk Elm- Kallrond, w bMi will prodwee two. three and four crop from t in- Minn- 111 M each year? Land now to lie 1 1 : J at from ."..) to f .VI) an ,HT' v lii- !t u ill U- worth from : -".' to iI-Vi.i m Hhlu 30 years? About stock r .-1 i -S 1 ; m viher tin- extreme nf wluter ('ilitig I but k'iX ( C) liort viii ki? Of place vi hetv truck ,:row Im:; nod, fruit r:r;iii yMi raurmuui return c.h a y-.-.h'.' f n 1 mil whore rm can live out of door, every day In t!io yciir? ( opportunity for e-itb!!hi!iic profitable manutncturlns linl'i-liie. f ii- !i inlneml location, and ! U-...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 25 August 1904

THE TRIBUNE r,i:o. j". m t KKiiv NANNIE H. IIUCKFTlY KiHtors and Publish is Trousers crps're, nt the ld will fill a king felt wnni for bandy-legged men. Booriia a woman In ft nice wife Is tio sign she U going to be that kind of mother In lit, Anybody cn aford 1o buy an Htr mobile, but few of us have money enouph to ray the repair bills. The first wireless dispatch has been sent from Nome city In Alaska, and it Isnl hard-luck story, cither. According to ft feminine expert the average woman's Idea of being real devilish is to order broiled live lob ster. The wicked generally ret what they deserve in this world, but not always what their contemporaries thick they deserve. A Boston doctor states that com mon soda Is "as pood as whisky tor snake bites." Of course he meant "as effective. Russell Is SS. and working harder than ever. L'ucle Russell should llearn to control that Inordinate appe tite of bis. A New Jersey professor has re signed his position to go on the police force. Means to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 25 August 1904

EX-CONFEDERATES AT BOSTON '; IX Av V Lii iti..-e TV t. T. . tVL. - r" v,- - VV.S L v."' ILi JL BIoum Waist, Lingerie waist triad with Is"" In sertion ar among th martet of all smart thing and ar charming (or ear with the Jacket suit in cool weather as well a during; the warmer season, 'rbi on la dainty In tb -treme and com bine Perln lawn with Valenclenne liisertkm and fag- -V! i gotlng. but th de J ilKn U admirable material aa well. Lace and embroi dery both are used mtth washable fab- tretty almple silks, ao much In rogue, are appropriate, while the yoke can be made of all-over or ot the material trimmed In any way that may be pre ferred. Tie waist cnnalita of the fitted Do ing, that ran be used or omitted aa may be dealrable, front, backa and yoke collar with the full lt-eve. licit h wa!.n and aleerea are tucked In group for a portion of their tenets and between these group the trim ming la applied. The yoke la care fuly fitted and ran be rendered trans parent by cutting the lini...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 25 August 1904

The Tribune. NANN1K R. HKHIBt. tiHIri4 rliltfre. f ubcr'ptlnKt .ne Wt ..... Sia M.v-iIm... SH.06 I Tht-.Mor.ein ... AO I Smim Ufin.... O-l t-'na-rrd icronlinf 111 th art c! Cmft ,..,, oITkc at Rkh Hilt, ril cl mil"" CLrtCUCAN NOWNLIS. For 1'resident, THEODORE ROOSEVELT. For Vice President, CIIAS. W. FAIRBANKS. State Ticket. For Governor. CYKUS I WALB RIDGE. For Lieut. Governor, JOHN C. McKINLEY. For Secretary of State, JOHN E. SWANGER. For State Anditor, HENRY WEILDER. For State Treasurer, JACOB GMELICH. For Attorney General, HERBERT S. IIADLEY. For Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner, FRANK WIGHTMAN. Electors at Large, LAWRENCE M. JONES, D. M. HOUSER. For Congress, J. FRED RHODES. Coanty Ticket. For Representative, GEORGE CHURCH. For Treasurer. T. H. DOUGLAS. Fcf Sheriff, CLYDE B. SPENCER. For Prosecuting Attorney, GEORGE TEMPLETON, For Coroner, C. B. COLSON. For Judge North District, GEORGE RUBLE. For Judge South District, JOHN ARMSTRONG. New York, St- Paul, Minneapo lis and St. L...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 25 August 1904

LOCAL JiUlKFS. Another heavy mm fell I"1' Su" day niht. Attendance nl the Woild's Fair last week was over 611,000. Old newspapers, 5c lor a big bundle at Thf. Thisvni ollke. . Mr. and Mr. FUve Tyj?rJ spent Sunday with Kansas City relatives. Dr. and Mrs. II. D. Olsen spent Sunday with relatives at Eldorado Spring. New fall hats and caps in an al most endless variety are on sale now at tne Hazaar. Mrs. Ed McQuitty is visiting her parents. Mr. snJ Mrs. R. M. Dale, t IlarwoaJ this week. Mr. C. F. Coppace, of Fleaan ton, Ka., was in the city Monday locking after property interests. Miss Erma Hansman. of Ft. Madison, Iowa, is visiting the family of her uncle.C. R. Walters. Dr. Slater will be in his dental oiiice (torn Tuesday morning to Saturday noon every week, tf See the new Calico Bed Spread at the Hjinar. These are strictly new and must be een to he appre ciated. Miss I.enorc Clifford returned last Friday from an extended visit to relatives in Kentucky anJ the World's Fait. The cninpr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 25 August 1904

J ' "w l. . 4 ji H.' l -V A -v I A, CUtilN DUKI llvntAM ADAMS Author a) Tha kidnapc MIIMnetMra,' Cwteeal Mmni'i rtectrNM," I'tc. C-fHii:riT. . r All rlshM tVirvtieiMT. ! T riniin I i'ham Am nil rrrnl . J. limit luunll Chapter XVIII Continued. That evening Arthur Mirrl called , on Jrxx'.f, Of her favorable answer to hiii Suit he !'! not the al!s.!itet doubt, lie had carefully rehearsed bis avowal. After critically reviewing his estnpHign since quitting i'nris he decided that he had made no mis takes. Ha made his declaration confidently, hut with more of feeling then Jessie thought him capable. "Mr. Morris. she said with an earnestness which almost tricked hem If, "I owe a duty to my father which I cannot forego. Ha Is alone and in trouble, and I cannot leave him. Yon know little of the pride of the Cardens If you lmag lr.e that the daughter of General Mar- ahall Csrden will give her hand In marriage bo long an the shadow of bankruptcy hsngs over hi name." Morris agatn assured Jesie o...

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