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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 12 October 1905

The Tribune. (jko. r. ntTKKBr, KAHXIR n. DttRCnT, RitKoraaad f'nblUti.r.. tataerlpttaaKataai Ant V.M ....... St Moaltta .!. I Singl. Copt. . .fit pifR. at Rlth lllll, a mum1 cU (! naiw The Uepublicnns of Adrian have organized a Winner for President lub with Henry Mou dy as President, liutler does net need such a c lub n every He publican nni! lots of Democrats lire for the Major for anything from President down. If Folk should lx the Democratic nomi nee for President (which he will not), it mny be ncessary to nom inate Senator Warner, to show how easily he can skin "Holy Jo" in this state. That's gospel truth and well informed Demo crats will not deny it. Hates Co Kecord. The same is true of Kich Hill. There is not a Kepuhliean in Osage township, who is not for lV'ajor Warner for anything he has been or will be a candidate fur. We're unanimous on this issue and lots of Democrats agree with us, tto. THE RESULT TO DATE. HcIotc we. give the result of the balloting in our Piano'iind Pop...

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. — 12 October 1905

T E OAZAAO Como in and soo us. You will find that wo have our shelves fair ly loaded down with now and seasonable goods. In our Millinery De partment the hats are ' o'oing almost faster than we can get them made up. We have an elegant line of new Fall Silk Just the thing for your new waist to , match the hat you get from us. " Anything a lady , wants to be stylishly dressed can be found ; at our store. . Remember our Shoe Department .S L AMES, EAZAA2. OCAL BRIEFS, Subscribe for The Tkibcn'e. Don't overlook those Steel Ranges which "The Johannes Way" la putting out at $105. . F. IL Deihl and wife, of Pleas ! ant Gap neighborhood came over on a Sunday visit to Mrs. Deihl 'a parent Mr. and Mrs. A. D. lm- and other friends. Mr. i I tius . Deihl is ono of Hates county's i progressive young farmers. Rev. J. M. O'llryen preached most excellent sermons Sunday morning and night at the. Walnut St. M. E. Cliurch. A large au dience greeted the preacher at night and much interest m manifesto! by...

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. — 12 October 1905

?,;. is.., - iliiiuOlLyiiillita AYrCcUltlc iYoprtMiionfUrA yUni'.ai trifl ihe Fo.v.1 amUJetJu!:. -ling iJicbbuvKhs attttltovwls of rromolos DiScplion Cticorfuh ncss nnrl Rest .Contains neittrr tyium.Morphme nor Mineral 3SOTAKCOTIC. itti Am A perfect lVmpdy ft-irCoaMirv-fion. Sour SfomiKh.Diarrtxx'a Worms .Omvukioixs .Fcvrrishy ness fitkl Loss of Sleep. FacSiwite Snjonture of EXACT COPY Or aVRAtVCR. PRICE. 35 Cts. TOaWTflEQSPlf - 1 IS ill .l.l 11 IX i WASHINGTON LIFE MAN. Pat: This Is m great country, Mary Ann. Mary Ann: How's that!" Pal: Shure th' papers set yer. can buy a folve-doliar money or-Jcr fer three tints, Oi ra after havin' wan Bow wld th" money yes give me for th' rake av soap. Old iJidy: One doesn't hear so much of the young ladies running off with thrir ecaebmen nowadays. Second Ditto: No. but they go and msry their chiffoniers, and that's worse. 81Q PUBLISHER 6UED. Chlcapo. Oct. 10. The Tcruna Drug Manufacturing Company, manufactur ers of a widely known proprietary med...

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. — 12 October 1905

What is aJBackacho? IT IS KATUEE'S mm TD WO'JIEK DIm f Woaiaga Orgsnttw Cured tn CtMfquent Paia Rlopprd ey lydia E. Flakhta't Vtfjrtsbla Campoind "It ae-ems as though my Lsrk wonld torea-." Women utter ' 1h- word over and mit By? Kin but litiue to drair alonir ami suffer with ache in tin mull of the bark, pain (w down In the aide, tearing ehvo " pains, nerv ousness and no ambition fur any task. k 'MM i I r V f 0:' jwifrtEijaicffrilJ'bompjori They do not realize that the txtck U the mains prin(j of woman's orpuiUm, ad quickly indie-ate by aching- di mwii condition of the womb or kid ney, and that the achvs end pains will continue until the cause is removed. Lydia K. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com pound for twenty years ha lcen the one and on?y erVclire remedy in anch cases It spe-eeliiy curea ail womh and kidney dirt!rn and restorea tha fe xuale orrana to a heiwlhy condition. Here in one case iponir thousands: " 1 f-oro.j.l.;r I.T.Im K. Putahaai'a Vevtl-la Cewntud tlie iua ws-Kul rmrmriv in...

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. — 12 October 1905

G. N. SHARP, DUUOUIST And Mauafftctarer' of Family Keruedlea. i Have you a cough or nro minVrliijr from a cold? It no try lr. Khnrp COUIJII AND LI NO KKMEDY. If yon are troubled with Indirection or stomach trouble one I) I (JEST INK For all pain ami aches apply BELIEF Thene tented remedies have cured thera. tlicy will cure yon. Try them. SET CF hEW WALL CHARTS ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT COST. The publisher of the UKi'liii.te, St. IahiU, Mo offer n magnificent j net of retined SKv iiomk i.hiieaky wai.i. ciiakt njMHi mH'b alwolutcly liUfnil term that li wdiool or home in the country can nRord lo lie with out them. I n.i.i . I t...l - . ilnj vivw I 111 I.S"iHlllllll mi. lUIHHIiin j Comi'I.ktk Ma in of ImllKpenMilile and a Uyclorn-dia j i ...in imiiii mniiuu, le uiveti. VrtKK of nil chance, to every p'roa wh mln One lHllar to puy for a year'n nulwieilptioa to the Twk k-a-Wkkk Kkitiilm. of St. loiilu. and Kaum I'iiooukh. the tireut Aicrlfiiltural and Home Monthly Majjalue puhllxhed hy The 1UiibU...

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 October 1905

. RICH VOLUME 10 ItlCn HILL, MISSOURI. TE etSOAT, OCl'OIirJC 19, 1903.' TTTT TW TT r Some Timely Suggestions. TM3E p -m-m .i. t - mm mr i A Fine Ghanco for Some One to Earn a Beautiful Gold match Our Piano and Popular Girl Contest has hardly yet begun. A few have just started to cast votes and any young lady has an equal chance, if she begins to Keen re subscriptions right now. In order to help the Contest and get the girls started at once, we are going to give a beautiful $25.00 Ladies Gold Watch, Elgin or Walt ha in movement, to the one that brings in the most subscrip tions, (New, Old or Renewal Subscriptions) by NOVEMBER 7th. This Contest only runs about 90 days in all, a very short time, as we expect to clone it in .time to give the winner a handsome $KH).(X) HAMILTON PIANO for a Christmas present On account of the large vote we give for new subscriptions they count up very fast. You can help some of the ladies out if you will use the blank below and mail your subscription dire...

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 October 1905

&c TRIBUNE MOO. P. HM KLHY ( Editor and (MNNIH K. HICKKHV Publisher IUCU HIl.L - """MISSOURI Tlmn fib r r xcrpt whn woman tell you to wait a minute until ah put on her hat. Ranker SchltT says ho believes every man honest until he Is proved dishon est. What a pessimist he must bel "David Hamm" netted the author's fstate H2B,(iM. ravM could not have done better In one of Ills horse trades. However, we have no personal rea son for believing the story thnt trust companies are too easy with, their loans. "George Bernard Shaw? I have neter heard of him," says Anihony Comstrxk, promptly. That settle Shaw. Pat Crowe being in custody, who Is tr be held accountable for any mys terious criiries that may be committed In future? It ia rumored tbai a fugitive tever feela safer than bm he reals In the newspapers "The police think h!a crfp 'ure certain." Boast not thye'f because thou hast rot !een run over yet by an auto mobile. Thou mayest be In the next batch of victims. It may be a divided q...

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 October 1905

BOW A FRIEND SHIP GREW The Story tFnrfher Hand Sapollo gnt m mors emthutlattlc nlmini i hitmen where I Sapoltn Hal an ocf rf frt-tf friend, 1 or w here f was stranger. Is m qurt. j 7on. H 'nrre women hat! com to rely . Sapollo tor rapid, thorough clean- j n every part of the house except the laundry, they com aimed without Joss of time, to avail of thl new prlte. Grubby little band, and stained, work worn olJer one, w hitened, softened, and smoothed out at It by magic, cal lous spots disappeared, and com pi ex Ions cleared. Children ceased their Btrenuout objection to the scrub bing up process, because It became a pleasure. It freshened tip the hands after dish-washing, removing tbe most disagreeable feature of that necessary task. It was found to keep delicate baby silos from chafing better thaa ive or powder, and tbe crowning note la the song of delight cam w ben an mduft member of the family used It In a full bath, and realized that a Turkish Bath at a cost of one dollar w as out...

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 October 1905

Thf Trirunk. o:co. r, uuckkkt, MAKN1R R. RtCRtllT. r,Hinn FeblLhere. THE RESULT TO DATE. abacirlpttoi'Mate.i (IntVptr ..... Sm Mauth... Tir1rt!it . ..ea .04 inlmt (noxlUf la tti. l ol Cnil th f.M oIK.. Nltti Hill, oil ' There nre k few men whose 1tefulhieH us United States Sen :t'rw is n s'ntlU to tin1 coun try Unit tin stntes they reiu-e-.sent, mirflit to keep them in the senate ns Ionian they live. Sucli ' men us Allison, of Iowa, Coliuin, of Illinois, and Morjmn, of Miss issippi, seem to he just fitted for the ilitees tliey oct-upy. We sin cerely hopt thut Illinois will not so far forret herself as to let Col lu nt he wt. aside. Keep hun where he is. Such men are a crown of Glory to the states they represent. Itelow we tfive the result of the hnllotintf in our Piano nnd Ii ular Prize Contest to date. Julia Duha. h, Ki h Hill, U P I) N'. r. Sophia Kemper, lioelcville, No. I. Mildred Snider, Rich Hill, Nettie 1 tinker, Piiplnsville. lterth.t Mailey, Kichllil), 11. V. 1). No. 1. Jen...

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. — 19 October 1905

BAZAAR Com in and seo us. You will find that wo have our shelves fair ly loaded down with new and seasonable goods. In our Millinery De: partment the hats are -oing almost faster than we can get them made up. We have an elegant line of new Fall Silk. Just the thing for your new waist to match the hat you get from us. Anything a lady wants to be stylishly dressed can be found at our 'store. Remember our Shoe Department. .S L AMES, f LOCAL BRIEFS. J SubscrilK? for TheTiubcxe. V. (J. Douglas who live on Iioute li, was in the city yester day. A irHl rain Ml in thin vicinity Saturday night and aguin Mon day HftrnMn. Don't 'i'ilook those Steel Kangt s which "The Julian no WyV i putting out at Slx.'Xi. I'h.iH. Falor Htid wife roturniKl lioiin' Monday in urn after an ex tended Kojourn at Eldorado iSitringH. The Mie Una, Uturn, Iter tlin and lllaiwiie 1 turns attended the wedding of a couin out near Hume l;ot Sunday. Mrs. Seoliner, from east of the river, attendetl tervicvN at the Wulnut Mre...

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. — 19 October 1905

I? own own CHAPTER XVII. Tba First Night in the Convict City. John HRer and Richard Osildeu led th war tuaard Hits well lit bulltl In fn the center of the. city. "What relation are you to Guidon?" MRCd Wilson Of I4M1R. "Nn r'lutirvn," answered Inn. "Mo It It you 'i.-r to have power to Influence Golden for Rood? I feel thai Golden U a b tier man now than tefrf he met you." ( saved hi life," was I-nng i aliupla answer. "Why nil ton Interfere In my be- lialf?" wan tho grateful question of Wilson. ' My sense of Justice. Could I stand Idly by and see a human being torn to )i"ce by dogs, when I might save hlrar- "What do you think of your chances . now? You understand In what danger you bave placed yourself by aiding me?" "Oh. my chance.g are all right. Gol den has an object in view in keeping me alive and I mean to keep you alive! Now that I hava seen your face, I have an idea that you and I can pull pretty well together. How many men. placed In yo ; posltiou, would have refused aid as y...

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. — 19 October 1905

Prove It uy mi: u Tut the ' k no ZJ cents. JAQl.'FS MFC. CO. Chicago wl a Mboofc ' t Business Academy for Women. The people of the duchy of Coburg intend to give the young Duke Charles Kdwurd wedding present of a sum cf money Kuffir-lrn: to restore the Luther cburrh In the old castle of Coburg In which Luther lived and preached S70 years ago. Atk Your Daiier for Aflen't Foot-Caa A ti"Vr. It rets the fWt. Cures Swollen, bore. Hoi. Callous. Arliinc. Sweating Fcvt and Ingrowing Nalia. Atad Druirmts ami r-hoe store. Sjcvut v Accept no subut itute. Kimpln tnaued HiKK AJJcoaa. Aliuu i. Oluiklod, Lxliuj, ti. V. Logical Deduction. "So you think I play the foci more than I did aix months ago. eh?" said I lie husband. "How j you figure It cutr I think It Binrl be due to the fact that the days are longer now," an- acred tha bitter half of the combine. Insist on Getting It. Pome t rot-era say ihey don't keep Defiance Starch. Thia Is because lbe livf a ilixk on hand of other braoda containing on...

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 October 1905

y i ! 1 1 H A Food to WofIc Oia Work! Work II Worklll Lots ol energy is needed to keep up the pace. In the itrusslc, the man with the strong body and clear brain wins out every time. The mart of to-day needs something more than mere food ; he needs a food that makes energy a food to work on. Although some people may not realize it, yet it Is a fact, proved and established beyond doubt, that soda crackersand this means Uneeda OlSCUlt are richer in muscle and fat-making elements and have a much higher per cent of tissue-building properties than any other article of food made from flour. That this is becoming known more and more every day is attested by the sale of nearly 400,000,000 pack ages of Uneeda BiSCUit, the finest soda cracker ever baked. An energy-giving food of surpassing value sold in a package which brings it to you with all the original flavor and nutriment perfectly pre served. Truly the food to Ivork on. Whoever you are whatever you are wherever you work Uneeda Biscuit....

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 October 1905

FT .lilLilLd volume in HICII HILL, HIMSOUIlI.TIIUItSDAY, OCTOIJIUt 20,1903. So. riTTTOTibfl RICH 111 i iW if- VrMW. W .OM'K 4 , l, , in 0 G.0Y3G2J Send In Your Rcncval and Help Some Young Lady Get a nice Gold ITJatch. Our Pi;ino and Popular Girl Context ha hardly yet begun. A iew have just started to cast votes arid any young lady has an equal chance, if she begins to hecure subscriptions right now. In order to help the Contest and Ret the girls started at once, we Rie going to give, a beautiful $25.00 Lfldiet Gold Watch, Elgin or Waltha-jn movement, to the one that brings in the most subscrip tions, (New, Old or Renewal Subscriptions) by NOVEMBER 7th. This Contest only run about 90 days in all, a very short time, as we expect to close it in time to give tle winner a handsome !m.n HAMILTON PIANO for a Christmas present On account of the large vote we jrive for new subscriptions they count up very fast. You can help inae of the ladies out if you will use the blank below and mail yoiA...

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. — 26 October 1905

Ujc TRIBUNE 'i:o. p. hi'ckkbv rJANNIB It. lU'CKFUY JUCIl HILl7 - - I r.dltors ma ( rubiisiiPT ""Msaorni Jrpnn nweit a bilKon stiil ft njnrtcr .if riullara. She is getting civlilxed fllBt. The man Who forced 111 wife to pet tip and play the plnno at 2 a. ro. should marry a pianola next time. ltecomlrtR enrrsced to the. kins, of Ppaln aecma to be a favorite occupa tion among Kuropean princesses ju.it now, However, the angels must be wom en, for la It not written thai "man was created a little lower than the an gets?" . A New York man has offered $50, POO for the secret of Rehrine's con sumption cure. If if a cure the offer Is small. , "Kid" McCoy says he quit prize flshurg because it ceaRed to pay. Mr. McCoy. It will be seen. Is not an artist for art's sake. Grand Duke Cyril of RitRsIa Is the latest to take a second-band bride. He married the divorced grand duchess Victoria of Hesse. Moscow's rioters may not hare beard that they have acquired the blesslnps of free government and are t...

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. — 26 October 1905

For th Younger f lemnt. potior suit of white cri', with a slah of red In the shape of (hut soft sailor knot that finishes the collar, arc pretty fnr children' afternoon wear. And those of heavy linen nl cotton : 11 fTa (:r s.me mothers dress Ihelr chlllren in the heavier "thin" innterlul nil winter) wear and wanh splendidly. Scotch plaids are cheery and serv liTl.lt, ami are particularly pretty made with the plaited skirts uKgi-Bt-ive of it HIihUnir. Those other tip. broken plaids, neither Scotch nor French, but v-tunnlng as either, with blues and trreens cunnlnicly intermingled, and with ihe richest of aea! t.row ie set off by lines of black are among the root-l practical and memt stylish of all. And. of course, there la a wide ranire of plain stuffs to choose from. Most of them are brightened with a bit of red Introduced uion collar or yoke nd ruffs. Sometimes the red takes the form of braid -rf'.en the piping of another, darker braid. Neck Ribbons Back Again. An old-time fancy Is...

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. — 26 October 1905

YH7 "YU INI' KANM K. til A H 111. tflllvora- rahtlahart. THE RESULT TO DATE. 4abtrlpttuftiit OnaYaar ,..., ai r MoMha,.. . !.( I TV.rr Mnnthv Single Ctsplaa ... .td .OJ ntrr4 actorJlnf lo tht act of CettCTaaaltl lha Brfi.t office at H Irh Hill, M aroontl ilata Mall maim Win whs that said Kic-h Hill ouht ' ui more paint? It is bein used. JO.III J j The Missouri Blue. Book, is ed bv Secretary of State, Swiinsjor came to hand tliis week nnd shows tin method ml abili ty of a practical editor. It is full if useful information from "Kiv er to River" and is correct. Hfiow we jive the result, of the btiilnuuif in our l'iuno tuid Pop ular Prize Contest to date. Julia Dnbach, Kidi JliU, K F I) No. ;. Sophia Kemper, Kockville, No. 1. Mildred Snider, Ivich Hill, Nettie Barker, IVpinsville. Naoitui Davis, Rich Hill, Gertrude Bern, Bume, Mo. Clara Fox, Kockville, Mo. Bertha Bailey. Wit h Hid, K. F. I). No. 1. Jennie Caldwell, Kieh Hill, 11. F. IX No. 1. Junie KIlis, Kieh Hill. K. F. I. No. 1. Nan...

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. — 26 October 1905

IIIl BAZAAR Como in and soo us. You will find that wo have our shelves 'fair ly loaded down with new and seasonable goods. In our Millinery De partment the hats are coing almost faster than we can get them made up. We have an elegant line of new Fall Silk. Just the thing for your new waist to match the hat you . get from us. Anything a lady wants to be stylishly dressed can be found at our store. Remember our Shoe Department. S. L AMES, a--.w 2 LOCAL BItlEFS. J Moujr to Loan. I luvo ft few thousand !"!':: to V;'ii on h.v enr. farm projic-rty. II. P. Rom N sos. Subscribe for TheTkibi:ne. Orvilte Kteandsbury has Rom? to Hutier to clerk in tlje clothing store of Mr. II. G. Cook. Wilson Weathers and wife have returned to Rich Hill to muke thi city their future home Mrs. J. C. Crosswhite, of Pa ssaic, wan the ;uet of her pa rent, Mr. und Mm. T. 8. Hums over Sunday n-turniriR home Monday. All railroads in the state have made reduceil rates for the HMh. Annual meeting of the Missouri State...

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. — 26 October 1905

fc crow CnpiinM SSu.'i. by CHAPTER XVIII. The Auction of Women. After the noise had somewhat sub sided and order had been restored, the crier announced (hat an allotment of women would then take place. As was fhe- e.i,!i! custom, upon the arrival of marriageable females into the community, ballottiug for the priv ilege of claiming a mate was about to take place. At explained by the crier there were eighty-three men who had regintered their intention of competing for a wife. The mode of procedure wa very Kimp'e; Into a basket were jilared as many slips of paper as there were rompe titors; but a there were, bin twenty women, so also ther? were but twenty numbers, the balance neli.E blanks. The numbered tickets alono pave the holder privilege of choosing Ms nia'. The women coti'd refuse to marry the person who afikcd for their hand only by accepting some other pernon. The matter of choice, then, was slightly limited, and often lei! to the buying and selling of chances. As the numbers w...

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. — 26 October 1905

licauiiiy vour Walls and Ceilings ! A Heck Cement iV"",,1? . , " ". beautiful tint. Hoe not t ui) or 1. Heatcy. dt. e germ ei.d vsrtnln. Ho Wsehing of Wall altnr one applied. Any on ran brueh H on ml Willi olil alj.r. 0,.lr(P finish.-, hewrti.K Unuful bamoaatid Cilrd lift oil to hot or cid wtcr, lo uot tiavo iht c-rncnUfiu property of Alliattr,. th. y ar ituekoti nb tflntt or other i,ll Bi,ti,rt ttllh ro ' rroillnff dlaea KerrMs, robbing, calm ana spoiling wall., cloth. Ine.no. rucb -iiilmnn be wiwhed off overy year-expensive, Dlilif work. Buy Alabaat lueonly nTO no,,,,, ''. properly labeled, lim card, pretty wall and celling desl,m, II In la on Ixieorating" and our aru-u' aerrice ia making ouior j,lan, fn p. ALABASTINE CO, Or Rapids, Mka, or S Wtrr SI. W. T. TVESTY-FIYE EUSHELS OF WHEAT TO THE ACHE 'J '-XrirfyZil Mean pro fttwl ductlve ca- SI6 per acre. Tbl ob land which baa eut the fanner soUt l" lnt Uie jinc of tilling It, ttla in own BUMy, TS Canadian Unrnimml tm absolutely free...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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