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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 15 December 1904

Our flafllni Rates. 'We will send you the Tiihune anil the Toledo liladc one year lor $1.00. We will tend you the Tribune and the Kansat City Time or Star fur $1.00. We will tend you the Tribune and the Farm and Fireside one year (or S 1.00. Wc will send you the Tribune and the Kansui City Weekly Jour nal one year for $1.00 We will tend you the Tribune and the Farmer and Stockman for $1.25. We will send you the Tribune and the Woman's Home Compan ion one year for $1.50 We will send you the Tribune and twice-a-week Globe-Democrat one year for Jt.50. We will send you the Tribune ttnd the St. Louis Republic one year for $1.50. We will send you the Tribune and any dollar magazine published in the United States for one year fur $1.50. We will fend the Tribune and the Kansas City Daily Journal one year for $4.00. We will send you the Tribune and the Kansas City Daily Star or Times one year for 15.50. We will cud you the Tribune and the Daily Globe-Democrat one year lor $6.00. We will send...

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. — 22 December 1904

A RICH InljIILdlLs iLiix 1 tJ5 volu.mi: 15 ftlCU UILL, BUMSOCltl.TUI.iCSOAT. UIXEMBER 22, ftK4. ffo.i Y :-1 j Are You Interested In the South? DO YOU CARE TO KNOW OK TH V, MARVELOUS DEVELOPMENT NOW GOING ON IN The Great Centra! South? OF INNUMERABLE OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUNO MEN OR OLD ON Erf TOG KOW RICH.' Do you want to know about rich forming: land, fertile well located, on a Trunk Line Railroad, which will produce two. three and four crops Irom the mine Held each year, mid which ran be purchni-d at very low price and on easy terms? About stock raising w lu n-the extreme of win ter feeding In hut six (0) short weeks? Of places where truck throwing and fruit raining yield enormous return ench year'. Of a land where you can live out of doors every day In the year? of opportunities for establlshlng rrofltablc manufacturing Industries; of rich mluernl locations, and splen did business oiM'nlng-K? If you want to know the details of any or all of them." write rue. I will gladly advise yo...

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. — 22 December 1904

THE TRIBUNE GEO. P. HITCKKUV NANNIE It. HUCKEBT Editors and Publishers uich hill . . MISSOURI Tna oyster leads an exceedingly simple lifebut see what fat doe to It! The Servian Cabinet hat resigned. King Peter had better jet In the term cellar. One of the disagreeable things about living: lone Is that it Involves so many sacrifices. Sarah Bernhardt has completed her memoirs. Oddly enough, they make t&U bulky volume. One of the nicest things about French duels is that even the innocent bystanders don't get hit. Harvard is building the largest rev Hector telescope. She may with it dis cover a hope of beating Yale. A New York man carried a pig on the elevated railway. Presumably he mistook the coach for a refrigerator car. A famous beauty expert urges those who hanker for good looks not to worry. Ia other words, never run for office. Somebody has Invented an umbrella that goes in the pocket, but so one has yet invented oie that will stay where It is put It is to be hoped that the b...

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. — 22 December 1904

f 7 BY WARY .DEVEREUX nTTH ILLUSTTPATIorO BY DOM C. WiLWN CHAPTER II. ThrouRh the weeks of the lata sura trier, old Tatro, the butler, bad been attending the meetings held by the peasants, nut, be I nit a firm believer la the old regime, bo had reported faithfully to Monsieur lo Baron all that bad transpired at these leather ing!, telling him of tb vicious speeches made by Fauchel, and of the latter' evident determination to In fluence the peasants against tbe peo tle of tbe chateau. On a certain September morning, after one of these reports from Tatro, the baron said. "Find Margot, and end ber to me." ' When the faithful old servant bad left the room his master looked out of the window toward the park; but his darkly circled eyes saw something juite different from the trees silhouet ted against the cloudless blue of the sky. They saw the pale, angry face of Tomas Fauchel, the young schoolmas ter, who, meeting the baron as be m from the magistrate's door with the pretty, sixteen yea...

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. — 22 December 1904

The Tribune. UFO. r. BCCKEDT, HAKM1K R. BICKKBT . Stdttarsa rmMUkava. SabMrtpilaatSatati ftitiYw .... Sin llarth . I TV . Si ... .. tamed ctrdlr to lS ol Cnr.ui Ik pou offic t Kick Hill, x J d Tiik TRiBCNk wishes all it pa tron a merry Christmas. Judge Gantt hat concluded not to resign. Wonder if the man with the resolution here and there did it, and il he ain't sorry now he did? Whenever a man tells you thai if the party elects such a man to the Senate the Democrats will carry the next election, you know at once where he stands. In the distribution ol political pie there is always more pumpkin than mince Globe Democrat. Yes, always some pumpkins or at least they think they are. Ninety-Six Thousand tickets. We've raised no issue. The County Court did it when it had printed ninety-six thousand ballots tor the use of Dates county's eight thousand voters. forty-eight thousand printed in llutler and forty-eight thousand in Rich I Iill. nd the six oflkial ballots printed (or two weeks in...

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. — 22 December 1904

1 LOCAL lllUKbU j Old newspapers, 5c for a big bundlo at Thk Thibukk office. Mr. A. E. UeaMy, of West V., it In tba city visiting rrlativea and former friends. All our Sunday School ire pre paring lor profuse Christmas en tertainments. W. T. Duvall, ol the East Sidr Racket Store, is able to be at hu place of husinrss. Hereafter I will be in my dental office from Tuesday noon to Sun day noon. Dr. Slater. Every kind word you say to a dumb animal or bird will make you happier. Geo. T. Angell. The Todd murder trial is on at Nevada, Iml m fr nothing h te. Vehipt t 'hu' hs nor well kumn btfcir. With scarlet fever, measles, and four hundred cares of smallpox. Fort Scott must be having a serious time of it. Mrs. H. 0. Woikman left Tues day for an extended visit to her daughter, Mia. R. V. Creech, at Hiawatha, Kan. Rev. King Stark who has been holding a series of meetings in the Christian Church, returned to Warrensburg yesterday. F. E. Kellogg wat in the city Sunday attending Sunday school ...

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. — 22 December 1904

la the galaxy of grocery-stove liar, "Met" Davit easily occupied the soap box throne. He wae a sort of living refutation of the claim that truth la mighty and will prevail. In fact. He ' eektah Davla waa most marvelous nd consclentloua prevaricator. None believed him capable of telling the truth, bence no one expected him to peak aught but falsehood except on one occasion, and even then repent ance followed quickly. 60 gracefully, tenaciously and pious ly did "Hex" Davis lie, that away back la the nebulous state of Time, he had been dubbed "Lying Deacon Davla." The "Deacon' portion of the appella tion was applied because of bis strict attendance upon church services; and the wonderful religious lies associated T-itb bis ecclesiastical wool gatherings of a night, when Morpheus and Ho phisto were playing him tricks and fashioning for hla Imaginings strange Tisions, were little short of miracles as related to news-famished commu nity next morning. Then, too, "Hex" occasionally acted as...

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. — 22 December 1904

HOPE FOR J A SICK. I y. --X.J Mt. A VICTIM OF LA GRIPPE. Mrs. Henrietta A. 8. Marsh. 769 W. lth St., Ixfe Angeles, Cal.. President Woman's Benevolent Ass n. writes: outttr at with la grippo tor seven wweat, mn4 nothing I coul4 do or tmko btlp4 mo maUl I trferf Ptnima. "I felt at once tbat I hid at last aeeured the right medicine and t kept steadily Improving. Wltbln three weeka I was fully restored, and I am glad tbat I gave that truly great rem edy a trial. I wilt never he without It again." In a letter dated August SI. 1904. Mrs. Marsh says: "I bare never yet heard the efficacy of Peruna question ed. We still use It. 1 traveled through Kentucky and Tennessee three year ago. wbft I found Peruna doing Its pood oi it. Mucb of It Is being used here, also." Henrietta A. S. Marsh. Address Dr. Hart man. President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio. Atk your Drufgttt tor m trto Ptrona A I mm ate for I Al Supplies All Household Needs. A firm Id New York ha contracted to supply a lar...

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. — 22 December 1904

Our CMtlrcg Rates. Wc will send you the Tribune ami the Toledo Blade one year lor $1.00. We will tend you llie Tribune and the Kansas City Timet or .Star for $1.00. We will send you the Tribune uiul the Farm and Fireside one ycav for $i.ou. Wc will tend you the Tribune am) the Knnsu City Weekly Jour nid one year for $1.00 . Wc will scud you the Tiibune and the Farmer and Stockman for $1.25. 'We will tend you the Tribune and the Woman's Home Compan ion one year for 1 1.50 We will send you the Tkim. se and twice-a-wcek Globe-Democrat one year for 1.50. We will send you the Tribune and the St. Louis Republic one year for $1.50, We will send you the Tiibune and any dollar magazine published in the United States for one year, for $ 1 .50. We will send the Tribune and the Kansas City Daily Journal one j year for $4.00. I We will send you the Tribune I and the Kansas City Daily Star or Times one year for $5.50. We svill send you the Tribune and the Daily Ci!obe-D,emocrat one1 year lor $6.0...

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. — 29 December 1904

BUM 0 VOLUME 15 BICM HILL, MI8SOUU1.TUUKSDAT, DIXOIIJiUl 19, l&QL Se.II TKII Are You Interested In tlie South? DO YOU CARE TO KNOW OF THE MARVELOUS DEVELOPMENT NOW GOING ON IN The Great Central South? OF INNUMERABLE OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUNG MEN OR OLD 0NE8-T0 O RO W RICH? Do you want to know About rich funning lands, fertile, well located, on a Trunk Line Railroad, which will produce two, three and lour crop from the same field each yenr, nnd which can be purchased at very low price and ou easy terms? . About stock raining where the extreme of win ter feeding is but six (61 short week? Of place where truck growing and fruit raising yield enormous returns each year? Of aland where you can live out of doors erery day In the year? Of opportunities for establishing profitable manufacturing Industries; of rich mineral locations, and splen did buulneH opening? If you want to know the details of any or all of these write me. I will gladly ad vine you fully and truthfully. 0. A. PARK. Ge...

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. — 29 December 1904

THE TRIBUNE GEO, P. Hl'CKEftY I Editors and NANNIE R, HUCKEBY Publisher, RicifniuL. - -Missouri t ji It's ft dnngcrou thing to negotiate forged note over national bank counter. England and Thibet have signed a n.t.v. Thibet wasn't anxious to, but -well, 'iiuuct signed. Now that Sarah Bernhardt has com pleted her memoirs, .-jndry people teust breathe a little easier. The Congressional Record again! Now we know why we have felt ao lonesome since last summer. Ranker lrl Reynolds of Cleveland will bear ns out in saying that you trust not believe all you hear. A Jersey man got married and then re-enlisted In the army, which Indi cates that be Is far from being a hero. Another American girl Is to marry an English nobleman. We are doing what we can to put the nobility on Its feet. Poker Is ousting bridge from the favor of the British aristocracy. An other' example of the American In vasion. A convention Is to be neld shortly at Shreveport, La., to devlao ways and means of not doing thing t...

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. — 29 December 1904

1 V BY jtfARY lEVEREUX W1M ILLU5TT?ATIOr3 BY OOM C. vYOON CC?nyt, SH-l. fy l lift. Unarm CsyyJ CHAPTER IV. Toulon, on the Mediterranean, was att thii time the sreat military l'iot of France. It Inhabitants numbered about twenty-five thousand ; and more than fifty frigates and chips or the line rode at anchor In Its harbor, while within Ha spacious magazines a col lected an immense, quantity of military nd naval stores. Scarcely a day passed during the fall and early winter of 1793 that did not bring to the city families and In dividuals from all pirts of France, aeeking protection from the Revolu tionists' cureltles outrages which the Committee were either unable to con trol, or to which they were Indifferent. At Toulon, the friends of the old monarchy argued among themselves that the violence with which their land had been filled was too terrible to be longer endured; ind they began to discuss the idea of surrendering the city. Its magazines, forts and ships, to the combined Englis...

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. — 29 December 1904

The Tribune. UN, I'. BDCKKRT, mt( B. Hl'CKKnV. Attartmaa rmblUkar. SafcaiptloKat(t An.V.a? . .... St. I TlnnMmtri. Ma Monihi........ Sinfl. Opt. 3 Ett'r.d ernlin M Ik act el Cast-awl" pott oW.t al Rick Hill, troMitl daw stall maim Thk Tribune wishes nil its pa tions u happy and prosperous New Yenr. Is it consistent 10 make a fight on officeholders as a class prior to a convention and an election, and just as soon as these are over begin an unseemly scramble lor every office in sight? The Republican Editorial Asso ciation meets at St. Joseph to morrow and Saturday, and the leading senatorial candidates will all be present to make favorable comments and get the same in re turn next week. We'll not be there. imi:.' The ciy of "federal pie" don't have half the terrors now that it had before the ilcction. When a senator ia elected there will he even more distribution of fed eral pie than t here has been for thirty years past. Then there is quite a lot of state pie to be handed around by ...

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. — 29 December 1904

5 - UKUMJUIKKS. -J Old newspaper!, 5c (or a ti k bundle at Tint Tit 1 bunk crlice. Mr. J. Ld. Junes and children spent Christmas day with ri datives in !!ntlrr J. Simroky rttd wile spent Christinas sith friends in Gales, burg, III. Christmas was as fine a iiv a we have had this year. I lie next day it rained. Hereafter I will be in my dental otbee from Tuesday noon to Sun day noon. l)u. Slater. 1 - A fi'i 1 P. 111 11 in .m in -ii K i . i- l.i-i S.t imlit. 'O -'t li. ho' 1 I 1 t ii 11 1 1 l.i m jinil li it 'ii . 1) . II V . L i'. is i r r 11 r i d Monday lri:n N. vaJj win re he had spent Chrts.tn.Ha svidi riU lives. j Rev. V. B. Chancellor went to Fort Scott. Kan., Monday (or a hoiiday visit to relatives and inends. Mr. and Mrs Robt. Carr, Jr., are up (rom Coalgate, Ind. T, for a Christmas visit with Mr. Carr's parents. Mrs. Lid - "ewis and little daughter Leota, ol Windsor, Mo. ar the gue-ts of Mr. and Mrs. V J. Lauson. Jol printing of a!l kinds done at the TiuiiVNF cilice. Our Moik...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 29 December 1904

8 8 a iJ Tlie Choice. v. T All the folks in our Iioum had to tell one dity In WMh mie of Mil the foo me they liked ,! to ie Mother rh I ho livlnj.room, where we mtiv eit , Sinter HkfM the pur lor Mghl. with the bin lnim ht, flnmm v en hi her own room' beiler'n el) the ft; Jack he'e nlwttya mudylng) likes th llh'ry Um; I Jiipi )rtvf th ett.o, where lhpr' room to ewtnif Or n! i rr - h t e nr npin a top or .day 'rnoM ArvDHiiff , Hut In n I nkd my father, he laughed and euld thrtt he Guwnt K- d hi whatever place mother chn iwh i r: .New Orli-ans Picayune. a (Copyright. 19. by Daily Story Pub. Co . Tbey cat on Bat boulder in Pine Canon, while a heavy-set, bull-necked man tn a black mask leaned on a rifle and looked at them. The girl was white and silent, and her escort held her hand. He was a young man. dark and imperious, but his eyes had a soft glow in them, and he looked at Iter with that ecstatic expression which but one woman can bring to a man's face. "Don't worry," he whispered, a...

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. — 29 December 1904

FIND CURI FOR TUBERCULOSIS. clnc Ha Dmonti-td That It Can Overcome ths OIae. The sanatoria, better tbaa anything else, have demonstrated the absolute curability of tuberculoid, particularly when treated in tha early atagee. aaya lr. 8. A. Knopf, In tlia World a Work. Koine of them report aa manr aa 74 per rrnK of cures, tha great majority of which ara laming, aa careful In quiry among tha discharged patient constantly proves. Kven mora re markable 'ciulu are ibtalned In tha treatment of scrofulous and tuberru Join children In soeilal saLalorla lo cated along tha sea coast. In Europe, particularly In France. Holland and Germany, there ara along the sea coast numerou aplendldly equipped aanatorla for that purpoae. In tha United State w-e have thua far virtu ally none of these clam of Institu tion!. ! am, however, pleased to tate the New York Society of the Poor contemplates establishing such a one. No man should be held responsible for hla fool relatione. A girl l never seriously ill ...

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. — 29 December 1904

Our Clufcfcing Rates. We will send you Ihe Tribune nil the Toledo Dlade one year lor $1.00. We w i i I send you the Tribune and the Kansas City Times or Star lor $1.00. We will send you the Tribune ami the Farm anil Fireside one year for $1.00. We will send you the Tribune and the Kansus City Weekly Jour nal one year lor $1.00 We will send you the Tribune and the Farmer and Stockman for $1.35. We will end you the Tribune and the Woman's Home Compan ion one year for J 1. 50 We will send you the Triune aiid twice-a-week Globe-Democrat one year for $1.50. We will send you the Tribune and the St. Louis Republic one year for I1.50. We will send you the Tribune and any dollar magazine published in the United States for one year , for $1.50. j We will send the Tribune and the Kansas City Daily Journal one year for 1 4.00. We will send you the Tribune and the Kansas City Daijy Star or Times one year for $5.50. We will send you the Tribune and the Daily Globe-Democrat one year for 6.oo. We w...

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. — 5 January 1905

FhTQ) TiTCDTr TTvTTH 1 iL Mid JiiliLLO) MJ ili do volume is KIC1J HILL, MlfceiOUlU.TUUitfcDAY, JANUAUV C, 150.7. o.ldi RICH- HIM WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALS? VIA Louisville & Nashville RILR0D to UORIDA, Gllf C0ST RESORTS, CUBA, AtVery Lw Jfit?ea. Fur rntn. linn' table or leutl fully llliiHtrntitl booklet on Florida, tlii iulf ("o:it. Now Orloanaor Cubn. nddrv nenrvat rvprvm-iitntlve, F. I. r.i'Mi. 1. P. A Cincinnati J. V.. IAVK.S.i.'.KT. l lA......St LollU II. C, Rut xv. N. V. . A Cbk-atfu J. II. Mil t.iki.v, I). T. A....l,oiiUvllle C. L. Ston, Gen'l lAa Agent, LottUsllle, Ky KOMLSIUIRS EXCURSIONS ia BIRUSGION ROUTE. On iktolr 1" and tl tirxt and third Tuesdays of NovemWr nod IK-wiiiIkt l!i liurlingtou I'.oute will !1 HotueiftTkenT tickets lj tunny poinut In Nebraska, KouUi Dakota and Wyoming at appruxlumU-Iy one faro lor the round trip. To California. !f you arc jjolni; to California, take tiie through Tourist sWteiier on the I'.iirlliintuu'a weekly jN'raonftlljr run...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 5 January 1905

'V THE TRIBUNE EO. P. Hl'CKKli V NANNIE R. MUCKERY IvTcimYilC" V - Editors snd Publishers Missouri "la Herbert Snen'-tr srk ii nincuxine writer, most of na. out grown T" Well, cot by The man who went crazy over wire Jen telcgrnphy houM have tackled something tangible. Uke the poor, lh man who Insist on rating thirty quail In thirty day we have always with us. "God save the young men from sty II ah women!" exclaims a New Jersey preacher. No rower less mighty can. A Providence church has been turned Into a bowling alley, and the Increase In attendance was marked at once. Baltimore serves notice that those who wi:-h to see Its burned district, or any considerable part of It, will have to hurry. Out In San Francisco the lawyers are trying to reduce the expenses of litigation. Want to give It a sort of bargain counter air. Six thousand tons of American chopped apple have been shipped to France In the last few months. Ap ple Jacques, we suspect. A college professor tells us that the word ...

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. — 5 January 1905

GnluniGi : OFFICIAL PRESIDENTIAL VOTES CAST : Exquis.t Cvtnlng &ilk Evening silks were ix i r bo bcaull fill in design anil coloring, hsuxll fig tirtd brocali hic shown in inlsed and single color. A beautiful pattern U ehown In mingled color, the multl haded rlorsl sprat In exquisite tone being cant iin a light, yet dull green satin background. They are so per fectly wrought as to upoiii Jus! frewh from their stem, and beggar descrip tlon. Another pattern Is shown In whit oau de hole. with liirge bouquets of rose cM tered at wide Intervals over th shining surface. The roses shade from faint rose to crimson, and the I'altern in repeated hardly t lv in the whole lrr:f;:ti if sill;. Another beautiful silk, not so gor Cous jerh.i! . but as effort I v as any. Is a white p au de s-iie ground, with imple sprat of maiden hair fern laid uim it. also widely apart. There nr oily the two color In this sill;, if any one muy except the thnady red of the tiry sie-ros. Ion the tones ahade with ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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