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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 7 September 1905

i Wli 1 lUliUJNli. ut.o. r, 111 ( HKIIT, KAKMC K. IlltRlfnl. fcdltomslid. Pablliher. 4 nbnftrllloKHiilt ene Yar ..... .N. Vor.ll, . Vt.no .so I . .3 ..ii.d iccontlnf in din net ol 1st po off... Rk(i Hill, tewtid mtn- We publish in this issuo nnoth or vory interosting letter from J, H. March describing his trip fnm New Orleans to the Panama Canal ?.ne. I f you want to know nil about such a trip you can learn it by reading his letters in tl ui Tin hun k. His next will give information about actual life on the Isthmus. The Hume Telephone suggests a meeting of the members of the Hates County Press and suggests "Wednesday Sept. 1.1th. as n good time and Butler as a good place for the meeting. This will be Old' Settlers Day and as some of the newspaper men are old set tlers we think the date and place very appropriate and trust all w ill be there. School opened Tuesday morn ing with a full corps of teachers and a host of scholars ready for vigorous work along educational lines. Most of th...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 7 September 1905

Tlio Now Goods are in at THE BAZAAR Dress Goods, Shoes. Hats, Caps, Under wear, Ready I-made Waists and Skirts that are strictly up-to date in stylo and finish. We have hats from New York, Chicago & St. Louis, and will do our best to please. Mrs. Ames is now in St. Louis buying more goods. We intend to Show the finest line Of T,ii , t- ever brought to the city. S. L AMES, y m)(;aIj inn kks. r4l ! &--?i Mrs. II. M. Hall and children; are visit inj friends and relative's ! in Kansas City. Flave Tyir-ird and Charley Klumpp are spending a few days out in Colorado. j Mrs. Frank Kalston and sister i Miss Kate Maurer, are visiting relatives and friends in Parsons , Kun. City Clerk J. Ed Jones depart ed last Saturday night for Ias Animas and other points Sn Colo rado for a few days outing. Clyde, son of Dr. and Mrs. W. II. Allen has gone to Kansas City w ith a view to qualifying himself for the profession of his father. Hicks prediction for the close of August and the beginning of j...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 7 September 1905

it? awta omm t'n',ivrltit. I'll."., by Clmtlc Mm l putter. CHAPTER XI. Continued. "At lnnl you are t:i my power," said ri'lil!l"-r, as ho peered luto 1 he ltl jv Icr nuin'g face. Huntington muttered something. Im! It w nnlritelic Hie ot account of the. cnpr in his mouth. As If flip mcru thonuht of being lit his orifmj'j ocr waa not enough to distract the bound and helpless Vic tim. Hchlller added: "Ard fnon jour lmcl? I'fAil will Join you hi your Im prisonment!' Huntington struppled fiercely. His eyes spaiklcd the very defiance wMVt waa pml up In IiU fo-.ii. "Ills daush tr. Hie lovely Pearl, being euticed into the power of these villains!" It was the bitterest kind of sail and wormwood to the hound man. "And he unable (o assiM her!" "Ah. you feol tho blow!" chuckled Schiller, exultantly. "And the rhancea iv ll.at j on wiil live lo your vir tuous maid the wife of a convict ! Von inailc roe one. so you won't care, eh!" licking the prostrate msn. Tho man hood of Sch!"er nnt, led Its-'f...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 7 September 1905

THE IDEAL WIFE Shapes the Destiny of Men The Influence of a. Healthy Woman Cannot Be Overestimated. Perm-eighths of the mm In this world marry a woiran twcauMi nil In beautiful lu their eyes becauae she hat Inequali ty which Inspire admira tion. ri-)wot aud love. Thrre I Io n lit In health which U more at tractive to tiu n than niere regularity uf feature. The influence of women glorious In the po.M-Miiin of perfect vnir.il health upon men and upon the cirilUatiou of the world rould never be mr&Nured. Ucauc t4 them turn have attained the very heights Vl ambition; becauae of them even thmnr have !ben established and de etroyed. I What a diaprmintment. then, to are the fair Ton n (f 'a beaut y fading away jefore a year paasra oit her head ! A sickly, half-deadand-alire woman, specially when she la (the mother of a family, U a damper U all Joycnis 're In the home, and a "Arag upon her hnfcbaud. 1 he eoat of a w i f e'a con stant illnesa is a serious 'drain oiwm the fund of a ibooM-...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 7 September 1905

Oar Ctsltlag Rates. W will send y j the Tribune ami the Toledo B) Je one year for $l.oo. We wi'f tend y ou the Tribune and the K&ssa City Star for $l.OO. We will tend -you the Tribune and the Farm aad Fireside one year for $1.00.. We will Md you. the Tribune and the Kx6k City Weekly Jour nal one yean for $1.00 We will seixi you the Tribune and Ihe Farmer and Stockman for We will send you the Tribune and the Woman' Home Compan ion one year for 1 1.50 We will send you the Tribcnk ar.d twke-a-vveefc 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 ed you the Tribune and any dollar magazine published in the United States for one year for $1.50. We will send the Tribune and the Katwas City Dailjr Journal one year lot 4.00. We w ill send yow ihe Tribune and the Kansas City Daily Star and Times one year for $5.50. We will send you the Tribune and the Daily Globe-Democrat one year for f 6.00. We will seiwl you the Trib...

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. — 14 September 1905

T7i J ICH hlibums il 11 Volumi: 1(1 UICH HILL, BIlMKOUIU.TIItiWOAT, HElHIMIlKit 1 4, 1U01 TIB itll JiLilLj Ktcursioii Hate via Mo. Par. Colonist tickets t the North west, Idaho, Montitna, Oregon nnd also to California and inter mediate joints, on sale Sept. 15 to October 111 tit very low rates Summer tourists tickets on sale daily to St. Ijouis dnring the month of Sept., return limit Oct. 31, 12.o. round trip. Lew if ami Clark Kvpoition, Mav 23rd ta Sept. 30th, 00 tound trip. Special excursions to Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming on ale June lt to Sept. 3'iih, teturn limit Oct. 31, one fare plus 50c tound trip. SuiBir.cr touuM tate to llMota.io Spring, Iluttka Springs, Ark., and SiloAin Spring, Afk., June jt lo Sept.' 30th; one and one-third tare round trip. Summer tourist rale to Hot Spring. Ark., June it to Sept 30, one fate p!u $j,oo (or die (rip. It. A. Uaii tv, Agt. Frlaco Kxcuraiou. Hot Springs, Ark., daily to Sept. .Su, out 1st clan fire plu $i.oo; return limit 30 day. I.ewu A; t'...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 14 September 1905

T5ht TRIBUNE GEO. P. lUVkl.'UY ) Filters am' NANNIE U. Hl'CKEBY ( Publishers ivic.i iin.i. missovui There aro lnd W'tnns tbat It will lie a vory told fclnU.r uu Sakhallu is land. "A camel can co srvm dn.vs wlllv out a ilriiik. tiut wim wauta to b CUDKil?" Whenever tho "time Is ripe for the treat American rU.y" jou 111 bear something drop. lt tit fcocp the straw hat with iif as long as possible. It will be a long time till next summer. Barney Oldfleld ought to give up au tomobile racing for awhile and try airships. They ere safer. The rnan who Is In the wrong If more aealous than careful In collet. Ins proofs to sustain his position. A Pittsburg paper arks: "Do vaea . tlons pay?" The summer resort ad vertisements indicate that they do. A C0 bank clerk in Paris has robbed the bank of million francs. Faris len t Milwaukee, but it is up and coining. An explicit contemporary notes that a boy has bad "his head decapitated." That appears to settle the character cf the injury. Costa Rica ha...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 14 September 1905

a wcvANi t jrrtp. ins. We, lere-g tsr. -- M VW1 m4 H sWJ Ha-i, ! TSIE HEVJS OF MISSOURI For Fall Wear. .Tba moat fashionable materials fr Ihn autumn have a lustrous finish. Broadcloth which are an glossy an satin will he much worn and Henrl elln cloth ai:d cashmere. For every day frock tber are the supple French serge, the wool mixtures In fascinating color combinations, the Venetian cloths, and the perennial! popular cheviot and tweeds. Tha circular aklrt will be prominent In the new mode, and the tunic aklrt will be seen In a variety of style. Both ahort and long coat will be the fashion. In separate waists 4here are to be variation of the surplice a'jle. Many preens will be worn throughout tbe autumn and winter. Red Is also fashionable. The gray, especially the shades known as smoke and Lon don tog. are particularly good style. Klectrlc blue, the plum, prune and dahlia tints and the bronre and ma hogany shade will also be worn. Grace Margaret Gould In Woman" Home Companion. Lac B...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 14 September 1905

The Tribune. r. m Ky.iif, Jt'ANMF. K. Ill t'KKIIV, Cillinraand I'ablUbvra. d nbunrlptlftiiKiitaai O-irVmf ... 1 k Mi-nlh .. j lt Mrmhi ... I S-.nf le Co.l .03 l,i oftio; Hi Rlc lllll, a wtrod cU wall niiM Thank the Ind rind President Kix'Y !t Hint I'Vanci II. Loomis has boon let out of the State De pn rt nuMit f !" Cabinet. From Tin: Tribune's stand point there is another splendid piece of presidential timber in the President's cabinet in the person of Secretary of Navy l'onaparte. Secret ii ry Morton win in oftlce lont enough to j-r't his kinsman Shouts ii pid job on the 1'anama ennnl. The Kich Ilili Tkiiipxk this week enters uwn it "h sixteenth your. It is a clce'i nwsy sheet, mid Inu ring its polities, we like it. Itutler Diuly Uenioenit. All our renders tell us we print "a clean newsy paper.' As to onr iMilities, we just can't help it. We were Im.iii that way. e have rend the Democrat almost ever since we came to Dates county, and both the former edi tors we regarded us our frie...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 14 September 1905

Tho New Goods are in at THE BAZAAR Dress Goods, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Under wear, Ready I-made Waists and Skirts that are strictly up-to dato in style and finish. We have hats from New York, Chicago & St. Louis, and will do our best to please. Mrs. Ames is now in St. Louis buying more goods. We intend to show the finest line of Ladies' Furnishings ever brought to the city. S. L. AMES, 3k4444444444444 LOCAL li III KFS. j!'""! Center vicinity was in the j city Monday looking after busi- Head "The Johannes Way this issue in IV..,.:..-,. t..m... t thvn.-iil.lM.rs at the Hich Hill Fair Sept 27, 2 - and YV. C. Stonebraker lias return ed home from Hilling, Mont. f..r i a short x isit to his family. . , , .. Charles Chance, the confection ... . .. .. travelling man. was in the city, , . i Tuesday, attending to business' . ,. . in his hue. - -7- rrof. l.unxr Hradley came; , , ,. , . ! down from Archie and spent .. . , ,. , , ' Sunday with his mother and! , ... other friends. Dr. Higginbotha...

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. — 14 September 1905

If Cdlll fM r", - i. I HI 1 h I M II in VA I I .,,. i fi' . u v ; v . ,. ; crtAWLrs Copy. luhU !:"."., by CHAPTER XII. T Journey to th Convict Country. We left Mir friends Lang and IVn Pr In company with Rrgnn iirnl Oold en. traveling toward the West. Cpon arriving at St. Paul, which reach ed, as Golden supposed, without being detected, the group was reinforced by another gang of female domestics of shout tfi shs.de of Inte'llf-ence of ll;o already being taken to the conn try, and embarked on Itonrd one of the large Mississippi steamers on Its Jour ney down the river. At St. I,ouls the already large crowd wis further add ed to hy s curious quartet; one was a celebrated pickpoclet. called "l.impy Jim," and his 'stone.' "Pocket book Pete," who were Id company with two women or questionable character, "Diny a tumbled-down variety actress, and "Krench Fannie," a roper la f jr a concert saloon. It was not Gulden's wish to travel In company with such a large gang of crooks and thus court ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 14 September 1905

.Wo Lo Oouguas W. L. Douf4l3 Cilt Cdio tin j i. cannot bo !t;ua!lJ fct lny price. i v . 4Va .(at f ? t -e i i v.- r.v.K::.tie1 "-- 3 .'. Fl ,- I OffiC MAHUfACTi,r.Lft. 1 O I UU uU t.t ttti ' HMit. XV. I- Docl H W - tiv tv r--Cetlmt tyl. ceav liUI. end earr'air mif rf WaaJltlea. achieved tt-.r Urge! laic ol aajr J.!Q fta to lt awU. 7nT are hot coo e fhoa that wt yva is te ? no Ik aeir diHrrerkf; It Ihr rrtrr. II I could take m Inte an tarlory at Hrac'.Ion. M'.. th la'rteat im the avorM miVf ene ruof wiaktrf nm't fin eaaea. an ataow im lh car a ila aha.h evrrv r,r o IxxtflM lnml o-!r. oawaeM rwltr wfiy W. l liwfliK I) St !ats cr the bit ixr reojurrt la in ar'!. H I caale1 Mm ai I ha dtilfTflCe tiatarar) rk fear aaeJe to m lactnry aa tHoae a4 Mhee Cnaira. )M araaoj anaer.ta,. ajky Ihoara ft t.0 altar coat aaor la , IWr aula thrtr luiae. 11 bctrar. .-rar tameer. aa ar of era" Inlrtnalc aalu (kaa mmy etaar I J e-aseea IK market lo-day. IV. C 0eto Kmrn . fh&oa fre av.OO. Unjm' Pchiol ...

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. — 14 September 1905

y.ne.eda SET CF NEW WAU CHARTS ABSOLUTE!'. WITHOUT COST. The p"'.""' r of the Kki-i nur, M. LouiH, .Mo ,f Offor ,i ii)?lKIi(fi,Tnt wt l revUM new homk i.iiik.vky ai.i. wakt m ,u 8,M.j almoloU'lj libf nit ttrn iM thftt no nchool or home lu. the coir jtry cun afford lo lie with cut their.. Thl 'jtuiutiftil wt, contain nixb (iMri.v:TB Maih anil n Cyclopedia -f IiL3'.siHnsaM Information, will 1k jkIvwi. rKie of all chnrfjes, to ever.v jhtmou who sends One olinr to j.iiy for h yvtir'a Hulwcrlptlon to theTwi, k-a-Wf kk Kii-iiilio of St. Louis, iuul K.km I'koonf.kk, the Grvut Asrriciiiturril ami Home Monthly Mnc.xlne puttlinhetl by The Ki'pnMie nnd acknowledge every. where to 1h the kkkt Jonrnnl of It kind nililUhel anywhere. Kullowin:- are the maps In this i-t: (lThv World: (2) The United iStJit: (3) 't ypographic map of the Kutwo-Jar aiiene Wur.wlth facts and figures ot theeonUnt brought down to date; (i) Alaska: (,"i Hawaii; (i) Porto i'.ho; (7) The Philippines; (S) Paimina; and (')) Vo...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 21 September 1905

THE 175 IRL VTTTTT jdIJIJLiJLi VOMJMK 10 UICI1 II ILL, MI8HOUU1.TIILIC8DAY, hi:iTrNDr.R SMM.I OFf WITH A RUSH. The TRIBUNE'S Piano Contest Greater and Bigger Than Ever. More Prizes Being Added New Contestants Entering Every Day. V Prizes Amounting to Almost $500.00 $400.00 PIANO fIRST PRIZE Donated by the ernon Music Co,, of Kansas City, Mo. fFlimil!-oti j:: II . - ...... ( FIW3I BELLAMY. Weary beginning to tinl out how much tribute we have paid to the elements this season. In tin first placu'our seed crop v s not more than half what it ought i to have Iws-n on account of the cold weather in April and May. Then the wind and rain storms in July beat out at least, the half of what we had ho that we have to be content with about one fourth of a crop of need. Then, our corn crop will be cur tailed about 25 ier cent on ac count of the high winds and rain. bee have made no surplus h'iijy since early in the season, when they stored up considera ble honey dew, but as that makes a very poor ...

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. — 21 September 1905

TRIBUNE t.KO. P. IirCKKHY I Editor find NANNIE K. lll'CKKHY , Publisher RICH HILL ..... MISSOURI A r!rh t astern girl has been writing poems. Kid thviiji they are also rich. rmf. Mctrhnlkoff tays one may live ISO years on a sour milk tilet. Put what s the use? As the private solders have nothing MlnH on another, they are (lad enough 1o quit shooting. New York If having gospel meetings In He!!' Kltrhen. Well. If they had to lie In New York anywny A physician bss discovered a way of preventing scars. His method will cot be popular with German students. Norway and Sweden, are baring trotilile In cutting the bonds. Our only trouble Is In cot having enough bonds to rut. Now that an Jowa Judge, has en joined a young man from courting a certain girl, be must want her more than ever. An American circus is stranded at Grenoble. France, and the walking be tween there and borne is reported to be tery bad. The man who tried to go through me cciung wun nis automobile may have been seeking a road...

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. — 21 September 1905

fc ciwif V7 y r aiAjvixs morals ntriiui CopytUbl, liuS, by Charles Morris Iluilr. CHAPTER XIII. Lang Cti faw Pointer CoecemlriQ tht CUy. The emigrant train rrowv! the ford t early sunrtKe. Ilowle Hiil, risen now lo the dignity of leader of the train, thou!) seemingly terkles it to the danger that had surrounded him In the past, dispatched a tneaeenger la advance of the party, who notified the aub-post of the city of the near ap proach of the emigrant train, o that In case of eeond attack assistance might be rendered If needed. I -an was riding alongside one of the schooners, thinking of bis 11 night a adventure, wbeu he was accosted by Golden. 'Hare I ever met you before this trip" Golden asked. "Has lice ao not tolj you who and what I am?'" "Sure. But how did yon know of me and my mUsion?" "Don't you remember the German kid who was confined In 'the Totrba' for the killing; f Simeon Monroe, the "Varwlrk Street va" asked Louis la surprle. "Not the VM I made a few 'paces' at and told ...

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. — 21 September 1905

The -Tribune. uj.o. i. Hct'iir.nT, ' MARMK K. Ml'CKVRT.'' Bdlortss rabllah.s-.. BbMrlptlsKa(i Oil Vf ......... l.0 I Thlft Monltli...,... Knttfti ccottlln s ih ct l Cottnl lk ot off.-, it Rlrk Hill. WMood d vail The Carnegie Stool company's fu monthly pay mil l.istSatur day nt 1'ittshurjr, I amounted to !?2.lHX),fi(H0iX), the largest umount ever paid out nt one pay thiy. It is only a.xiut 70 years since our public school system began to be generally adopted, and only ince the civil Avar that it became general all oxer the country, yet this school year will see over eleven million children in our public schools, taught by over half a million teachers. The recent earthquakes in the south part of Italy resulted in the death of 470 persons and ren dered 40,000 people homeless. Their fellow countrymen have raised by subscription $ 1,000,003 for their relief. The king iind queen guve iW.OOO and Pope Pius ifOO.lXX). - Major Warner will get ns many more of the old veteran vote than Iloosevc...

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. — 21 September 1905

TII BAZAAR Saturday morning wo will havo. on. dis play somo of our Fall Millinery. As you pass our place do not fail to look at our win dows. You will see some of the latest cre ations in Ladies Hats. We have the most up-to-date Hats at the lowest prices ever . heard of. Do not forget we al so have a complete line of Fall Dry Goods and Ladies' Furnish ings of all kinds. Anything a lady wants to be stylishly dressed can be found at our store. Remember our Shoe Department. S. L AMES, 6ZR. Monry to I.oii. I havo a few thousand dollar to loan on eny term on K""d farm property. II. 1. IJoniNsoN. HIE JOHANNES WAY. "The Johanna Way," tin." only wny. Set? why. Investigate "The .Johiinin" Way" mentioned elsewhere in thin Initio. It i an undisputed fact that IIAW.HWAKK, IM PI..KM KNTM, HAIt- ni,hs, vi;hicxi.x, etc., are t"Id choapVr in Southwest MinHouri than elsewhere, nimply by rca win of tin fact that: 'Tin: .Johannkw Way" has cut down the price, and wived tliousandn of dollars tothopur- D...

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. — 21 September 1905

More Every Year arc- ing quality, and makes healthful baking. OfWl potaiaU I vl Bicycle Fad in England. In England there Is a revival of tbo bicycis Juror. Factories are working day and ntebt and 2,000 machines are being turned out every twenty-four hours. With us, on the other hand, the craze for automobiles mounts fclgicr and higher fcnd has reached aucli a point that Impecunious per sona are mortfiasrln? their homes In order to proem e them. The fact Is that the average Araencan doesn't en Joy physical exercise for l' own sake. hut he would prefer lo do vo by the strength or steam, or soma other asency, ratther than by the strength of his legs. Vlgoritte, New Explosive. Vlsoriie, the new explosive of Pro fessor Shulz and Engineer Gehre of Switzerland. Is a nitrous compound wiich, united with rajt peter, has giv- rwum ciaimea lo indicate a strenglh about ten times greater than that of any other explosive In the open air It burns without exploding. It has the further advantages of ...

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. — 21 September 1905

We Can Help You la ctttng beautiful and honnouious UfiUt od your tol'j w 11 Si -t ' 5 '' ' "'""raw 1 ... - -r Write ft sample card of bandsom tttita. Tell a Just what work you bat to do, and sec how ran help you In getting beauH.'ul e!7t. AUbaatlne to not di. (icm broedlng hot or cold water gluekslso-' mltir, not covering Bloc k no With past its ssll psper, tut a natural foment rock base coating. Anyone can apply ,11. VU with cold water. A'.abestln dors not rub or tenia. Iotmj dlsea&e gwrms and vermin. No washing of wall after n(- applied, Bny only In packages prop erly lalwled. "Hint on Decorating " a4 pretty wail and celling detttfn frro. ALABASTLNE C0 Grand Rap-li, Mich. New Vark CUr. IMPORTANT FACTS FOR COW OWNERS Th mej-han ical Crr-ana Separator ha Income a vital feature of every bom dairy just aa of every butter factory. ta use means much mora and much Better ciewm and butter, a well aa aavins of water, loe, time and room. The- difference in result M Dot small t ut big. F...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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