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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 1 January 1903

ao f"l' I '".. I . JL litliiib) Bid! HILL, MI8.HOUIII, TUCRSDAY, JAXCAUY I, 1903. So. 17 am l " 1 aa4wPVAa oa)"aaa iidLjllLdiLi Ira.iL'oJiii A REVIEW 1 Tb4 Moit Important Hoppanlnai In All DiMrlmn 14 el th WmU'i Activity rlfly Not, 3T rw coal -svkskz- i! ir H.ird real in!ncm ben-in eon vert l 'Mi t rmmuKiD, ft , to fore rrcof it lino of unlnn. Uny a I'mi'd Mlna rkert eiorut 'vo trntnitteo order b tflk Involv ing Mr . men in atvhracito coal ro- ." 1 t i 12 6 r k t ..v. f J riorlnt ; 1 v f n:2i. t)e;ina. at hraciio Jun Irea dent MtUhrll I a a u o a puMic appeal fear arbitral 'on. Jul ft Amrrlpt Kedratin wf .Ua Ixtr ofTvrft flnanc-aj : i r L n .-of L. tponn M . hart. altl to miners a lit, a. fc'rU Lata. C i , i -rrrs. t.j lt ...rlfea operator t5 t"r t hvil to iliwuM at tho v h.ta ."., mra-na of endm nr ft nh:ii Koutr on'errnt Mil-hHt rTi'f t t '! ti Mrtttratt;n by IT. Iumu-vci1 t' . t'J l ni tor. ho df n,mj irH)i la rtvjibie rwwLnlrm; ! it lt Jt.nt- iln or1ra out ffi'r mlll- f; - jo tf...

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. — 1 January 1903

The Tribune. r, it 1 1 u t t'.y, HANMK It. HI IHIHT. r.llten.nrt fnt,Hlirl, olisrltltKlf Of V , ........ St SlomK...... ..1.(10 .HO I Threr Mrtnth... ...... .S ! birdie I. optr. ....... .OS Riliiou iloes riot consist in join ini t lie rliurch. It is the tiht rt'hi hun of man to od mid humanily. It in light living, right doing and right thinking. It is not in a name on the chun.h hook, hut in a life lived. f.mntd inorlllif to lit. r( ol CotirrMlB lh wi of. st Rkh Hill. Knd -! w.ll mt. 'ft A frightful milrond accident oc curred last Saturday ntnr station called Wnlifttenil. on the Grand Trunk line, in which thirty people were killed jnJ many more wound- J. The train was running at the rate of fifty miles an hour and run into a freight train. It was an ex cur&iort train and ol course crowded. 'is r v1' 'j'' (j v ' i- 'W 7 v. fir'' w The friend of Wm. II. Wallace, the Kansas City Democratic candi date for United States Senator, are moving to secure his election. They will have a Urg...

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. — 1 January 1903

Conic in and Let us Show You Regardless of our tremendous Holiday Trade we still have a lot of ODDS HOD EIIDS OF ALL L1IIES that w,e are selling' : : : BELOUII COST. Wishing All a Bright and Prosperous New Year, we remain the Underbuyers and Undersellers of Rich Hill. OPERA GASH DRUGSTORE D. D. H1CKEY. Prop Rich Hill, - Ho. Through Service BETWEEN ST. LOUIS, CH ICAGO, KANSAS CITY AND TKC. PRINCIPAL CITIES OF TEXAS. C'JFFET SUEFniS NO FREE RECLINING KATY CUAiR CARS DINING STATIONS OPCRATCD BY THE COMPANY U'JPCRIOfl MCA1.3, L -a V- -1 Head Tim TnmrK(. Ci!I Orr returned to Law Inn. Oil., Monday eycninrj. Percy Lane cams burnt Tuesday noon from Fleming Kansas. Mis Ahhit Harnett teturned from a'viait It) Kansas City Sunday night. Thf Farmers' Home Restaurant tt headquarters for candy, nut and fruit. Mr. J. R. Park, of Mound City. Kans. , is viaitinf the family of Col. T. V. Ted ford. II. G. Spraker and family re turned from a holiday visit at liar risonville, Monday. Thk Taibl.vk's telep...

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. — 1 January 1903

h T II roil Monday we placed on sale the biggest bargain ever offered Uie c;.kiio nf PJcii Hill and Hates county. 100 Piece Dinner Set, NLVtR SOLD BEFORE IMR $16.09 $10.00, This Offer is Good till Saturday NlQht Only. It is in our East Window Now for Inspection m ta i.; 1:3 ft?, 1 m m to P ?:7. w m tlcIIIBBEH RICH HILL. MO. I T E-IRKEG l;0 D1FFEREKCE TO THE 'Dig Shed ninth the Red Front' Whether you buy lumber for a big house, a big barn or for a little bouse, a . little barn, a chicken shed or a pig pen; we take just as much interest and patience in showing you the material for one as for the other. You are bound to be satisfied in either case. Our goods and prices count and you are sure to be pleased. ITJilliamson & Montgomery Maple Street, Between 6th and 7th. 2 A TAP I Cured at Horn by a Xeto, DEAFNESS CURED. ?rliu9,Col .Not. u, IK"?. lJrtvr d.wwr-! me u of rour Kur V:sur Knpn ami it oi kJ wonders In mv c I ws o iif dt I could not lijr Rinan t-hcut within (t ui me. 1 roci ha...

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. — 8 January 1903

TnnrT JLILIlACJ JiJllL VOLL'MF. 1:1 RICH HILL, MI8KOUIU, TIIURHIAT, JAXCAiaT . IVM)3. J RICH 1LA J i 1 1 ) ron 7 YEARS Our Business Has Gone Steadily Up. M.ili f'l mm. arm in'. Honest Treatment and Right Pricesj gets business. This year we have added a line o( RACKET GOODS Best 25c Ladies' Mittens toe Best quality enameled coflee pot, 3-qt. worth 75c for 49c. 5c tack for 3c. 5c handkerchiefs. 3c. The Purest and Best Drugs at Right Prices. : : : OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE Opera House Building. Rich till! D. B. IllCKtY, Prop. One family move out an J ani other 0ovei in. Rev. V. T. !lr w quite tick Monday night and could not attend the mrciing. The Thuum.'s telephone i No. 31. Send ut tiie local new bf telephone. Miss Leo it a Oliver returned to her home in Jefieron City Monday nitsht. after a pleasant visit with Rich Hill friend. What will Ben da now ? The Salvation Army i doing rtvl ork at the Walnut Street M. L Church. Fouiteen were at the alter both Sunday an J Monday nichtt. and ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 8 January 1903

TllK Tribune ol t. I". Ill HANMK K. WriHIH. Ralltrra I'nhllfhar, V-.r ... ttl.P Si V.tMiiSa .00 I TStff Wo..thi I mat Copia . .OS VMrl acrnrlmr lo tin arl ol Confrmln th ra offit ! Kt h tllii, w aroinil rl Will mattw. '-ivv i'if 7 1 The House ot Representative v,.ttd $,oo,ooo to enforce the Sher mn anti trust law iust before the holiday adjournment. Senatorial elections took place in France last Sunday affecting; one third of the teats in the upper house of the French Assembly The Missouri Legiflature began its session yesterday. In a few days it will begin to pull down its Vest and take up its load ot. Stone The real estate ot New York City is assessed for taxation at a valuation of ?4, 700,000,000. If this is not a billion dollar conntry it has some billion dollar cities. The old circuit riders that used to pass the hat and be glad to eet the ht back, would be surprised to know that the hat passed in 1901 came back wuh over $20,000,000 in it. A reduction ot ten million dollars in ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 8 January 1903

r "r T " y y T-f .. ui i VI '1 irA VTlii. Zinnia ii II iiiiu i:i 131111 j TTFm i HI A f rtf)MJL)jJiin iTb l J i L.i -iu--ml M lTWM'!ZZii....... i This month wo will make the Greatest Bargain Effort in our history to reduce stocks as low as possible before stock taking, February 1st. For the past several days our price cutters have been going- through the Big Store sorting out the too heavy and broken lots, making sweeping reductions for quick clearance. You will readily recognize the oppor tunities for great saving by the following partial lists of bargains, which should crowd this store as during the heavy Christmas buying DRESS GOODS. We have taken from our Dress Goods stock, broken lines nJ pieces ci 5 lo 15 yds. o! our very newest dress fabric. I Lot of fine Venetians, Meltons, Panamas, Worsted Broad cloths, former prices 1 .45, 1.50, 1. 65, sale price, per yard ..... $f 00 $1.35 and $1.00 Meltons, Venetians. Panamas, pre-inventory sale price, per yard .75 .S5C and 75c Cheviot, ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 8 January 1903

! ( - . i ) ') l.A kE'UiiUiJliUi 1J or '1 J' That is what lliry call our place and it is well named. Wo offer this week a Regular 25c Can Poach es for 20c, 2 for 35c. Was a good one at 25c. "f. f. Q. G." brmid; ; Then we want you to try a sack cf our famous "Gold Medal'' Minneapolis Flour. It is absolutely the finest ou the market. Mi wt 1 ill 'C2 EIcIIIBBEH GROCER CO. RICH HILL. MO. TELEPHONE NO. 42. it liukes no differehce to the 'Big Shed Klith Whether you buy lumber for a big house, a big barn or for a little house, a little barn, a chicken shed or a pig pen; we take just as much interest and patience in showing you the material for one as for the other. You are bound to be satisfied in either case. Our good3 and prices count and you are sure to be pleased. HUHIiamson & Montgomery Maple Street, litt'fct-eh Oilrtfod 'jiii.' (PA Tnnnn n liM l Milt 1 u 7 Cured at Horn by a Mew, ULAI liLaa VUKLU! Farlins. !.. Not It, 1 Lx ar dicir-l am WMt Ab ft M M M MaaMMH. i man u oi our ru a...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 15 January 1903

TRDBTOE. 1L JJJL-JCi ii U.IL1QL JUL VOLL'Mi: 1.1 UIC1I IIILL, MIHHOUItl. THUK3DAT, JAM AItr 15, fiHK. X. It) FTTTTTjTTTT Vu ITrfinT JUT I i LOW COLONIST RATES TO THE fiORTHWEST AND CALIFORNIA. rnun I i hruiry 1.1 until April JVt It. tlx liiii Huston moke (ireatly rcdtic ed one-way rittcn for itcttlcr tfulriK t ('itl.funitii. Molilalia, IU Horn Hula, Idaho. VahlMRton, Oregon, I l'uget Sound Country and ItrltUh ; ('uhuiiliiii. lencrnlly si-iklnr. the riluetlon la 1 roiu 23 to 40 per tent. THE WAY TO 60. Tttke Hurlltictou trnlimat St. Ixtuiw, Knnxnn Oty. Ft. Jooe-idi, Omaha, Iienver or (lorn go. With lta clowe connection, the tJrviit Northern and Northern Tneiflc roml, and with It through train- Ice the l'urlinton offer more to the wltk-r than any other line or combination of lino In to the North wit The 'Hurllnjrton-Xorthcrn FaclAc E.in'(s"' U tin? KTvnt daily train with thronsh chair cam, com lie Bnd through tourUt uleriterw. This la the only through train Into the North-went Jointly...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 15 January 1903

The Tribune MANMIt H. HI ( RSIIT. rtuorane4 rkllitir. 6SetrlptSoitKiiti hVmi tt.ttm I Thrf MmtU.. . i Mwith. I Sit't topt.. 01 Kmtl arrortnf tn lh act of Cctrt in tW pat oot at Rick Hill, M arnMui tM Mil M!lf. 'iome fanatic attempted to assas sinate the young King of Spain last Saturday, but failed, and then sad he was after another man. If man hat any profanity in him it will be sura to develop when he discovers that the poultry has been roosting on the new buggy or on the harness pins in the barn. These are roosting places where no rooster need apply. Cornelius Roache's anti-union labor record didn't prevent him from being elected Secretary of the State Senate any more than the anti-union record of Joseph P. Rice (scab) prevented bis nomination and election to the office of Rail road and Warehouse Commissioner. ' The Xesbit law of Missouri closes the ballot boxes after making it easy to stuff them with fraud. The law of the United States opens all ballot boxes when the integrity o...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 15 January 1903

1 i fORJ YEARS Our. Business Has Cone Steadily Dp. TO) . 1 ( i . ' 'V' , r ' " f ' ' ",, -"' ' Honest Treatment and Right Prices gets business. This year we have added a line of HACKCT GOODS Best J5C Ladies' Mittens 10c IJcst quality enameled coffee ro,t yx- worth 7Jcfor 49c. 5c tatks (or 3c. 5c handkerchkfs -....3c. The Purest and Best Drugs at Right Prices. : : : OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE Optra House Cubing. Rich Hit I D. B. II1CKEY, Prop. Xotw-ithMai.diiig the cold, I usir.cn Kill goes on. Get your Job Printing danc at Thk Twin N E cilice. Tlif. T11 1 nc'.sr.'i telephone is. No. 31. Stnd u the local new by telephone. When you wa;it a good meal, or lunch, po to the l'arinri Home Kcstauraiit. The Solvation Ar my tiil holds the addition of the pubiic at the Walnut Street M. II. Church. The name of Alderman L. M. Grii'ith, ot the 1st ward, h.i been ucgrsted f.r m.i)or at the next city election. New mi reccised by Mr. A. II. Cocperidet Tuesday, thnt his son Chester, is suffering fro...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 15 January 1903

r 1 i 7. FLOOR Ma;!e from the cream ol Northwestern spring wheat mid goes a third f.irtlicr than any other flour. The foundation of good living is pood trend nnd the best bread can be had only by using "Gold Medal" flour, mill ed by Washburn-Crosby Co., and sold only by us. The most famous bread makers in the world use "Gold Medal." Why not you? '7. :7. P m P li1, i .' p. n M u r.IcIIIDBEIl 1$ RICH HILL. MO. I T HAKES IIO DIFFEREIICE TO THE 'Dig Shed FJith the Red Front' Whether you buy lumber for a big bouse, a big barn or for a little house, a little barn, a chicken shed or a pig pen; we take just as much interest and patience in showing you the material for one as for the other. You are bound to be satisfied in either case. Our goods and prices count and you are sure to be pleased. Oilliamson Elontgomery Maple Street, Between 6th and jtb. BiH 1 lit Mi J Curmd at Horn by a Xn, DEAFNESS CURED. Trtn, Ool . No 11, Lwar doctor -t biftdv u of Tour ar Maaaaur Carina and It worked wondAr...

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 January 1903

THE RICH r 1 LP J. -LLii 1 VOLU.MK l.'I OIC1I HILL, MIHSOCni, TIItr.SOAT, JAN t" A It T 22, 1103. No. SO W ! ! IBUMJEo JJ.Jl.ll LOW COLCXIST RATES TO THE NORTHWEST AND CALIFORNIA. Front IVltruary !." until April ftiih, the "turllnton Milken (ircntly rv.lnc eJ one-way rntea fur aettlertt kr"lirt Ut Cnlifwritlft, Muiildiirt, Dig Horn Diulii, Malio, WnxtiliiKton, Ore-jron, Fui;vt Souni) Country nn! llrltth ('ol'iml.ui. kiif rally nwfikin. the redaction In from 23 to 40 per teat. THE WAY TO GO. Take Burlington trrtlii at St. Ixnilx, Knntum City, ft, "Jeweph, Omaha, IVover or Cl.UntiO. With ltt cIohc connections, tin? Great Xortlti-rn ami Northern Fm'iflv roal. nml with its through, train wrvlc t lie lturliuKton ohVra mor to the wttlcr than any other line or cnitiMnntlon of limn lu to the Northwest. The "Burllnston Northern Pacific Exprvrw" U the (treat daily train with through chair earn, cojkIi.h and through luurlat aWper. TtiU la the only tlirottirli train into the Nortlivrest Jointly...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 22 January 1903

The Tribune. ti1llfld I ablLhari. ahatirlplloaKaloai i f fli.V.ar ai.OO Sit HiwH .110 I Tfcr. MtiiKV....,.... Smlt Cova EliKrtlj rrot.lli.j tn tin act of ConfrtMla H rM of.. Rich Hill, woxiil da mall iwiw. It is staled that President Castro ws the traveling representative of a wholesale liquor house before he went to Venezuela. Perhaps thia may account for his exuberant flow of spirits. When Representative McPher son cf Lawrence county, intro- ced his resolution about the Nesbit election law he stirred up the ani mals fearfully down at Jefferson City. They wanted to "limb-skin and Jy Hawk" him right then and there. They pounced onto him end his little bill at once and tabled it in short order. ' With Great Britiin, Germany, Italy, Spain and Belgium all be sciging Venezuela for the payment of claim. Fiance pressing a claim against Peru and the United State interested in collecting a debt against Korea, it would appear that what the world most need just now is an international debt co...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 22 January 1903

OPERA DRUG STORE! IS (Jllll NAME. AND RICH HILL, MO. IS OUR STATION, And the way we're idling stacks of goods Don't it beat creation I Our Motto "Live and Let Live" We follow every day, And if ou trade with us we know You'll never go astray. ' X Spot Cash we always pay For all the goods we buy, So we can sell at such price That others dare not try. We htpe you'll call and see us, When sou come to town You'll find our goods are always vr And ail our prices Dowk. Try u once, we'll help you save Your money, if we can, I?y sellinn Roods at Hrtncx.n Price To woman, child or man. So wi- co-diall) invite sou To make cur store a call, Our piicrs are sure to please you, And tins is t est cf all. Opera House Building, Rich Hill II. 1'. James and family are visit injj in liutkr. (Jet sour Job Printing done at Thk Tkihcne office. W. O. Jackson td Puller, was in the cits Tuesday on legal Luinea. Tim Tmm.M.'s telephone is No. 31. Send us the local news b U lephunc. When sou want a good meal, cr l...

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. — 22 January 1903

C'j. i.i 1 -r it ij I i V. J ll V 'i I k - 1 '5 7, r 1 1 " I U7. MaJc from the cream of Northwestern spring wheat and rocs a third f.irther than any olhtr (lour. The foundation of good living is pood bread and the best bread can be had only by using "Gold Medal" flour, null ed by Washburn-Crosby Co., and sold only by us. The most famous bread makers in the world use "Gold Medal." Why not you? 1 3 1$ ncIOBBEO GROCER CO. RICH HILL, MO. TELEPHONE NO. 42. ;3 I T HAKES HO DIFFERENCE TO THE 'Big Shed EIMi Whether you buy lumber for a big house, a big barn or for a little house, a little bam, a chicken shed cr a pig pen; we take just as much interest and patience in showing you the material for one as for the other. You are bound to be satisfied in either case. Our goods and prices count and you are sure to be pleased. UUilliamson & Montgomery Maple Street, Between 6th and 7th. pa n ma Curvd at Horn by a Afw, DEAFNESS CURED. Farm., Ool . Nor 1L, jaPS. lH-ar (Mlor T made m ot jrour Eur ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 29 January 1903

1 rrr -rrri SELL TRIBI I MM I i i voxt.nn 1:1 B1CH HILL, MlMMOUIil TUCltMDAT, JAMAItV '.t, Nta. if! TPTHJ3 LOW COLONIST RATES TO THE NORTHWEST AN 3 CALIFORNIA. From l'el.runry rimlll April With, the lint Huston malo-n Unatly rednc el i!"-vhv r iti fur M-tlW-r riilni( to CnlMoriita, Montana, lloru Ibinln, Idaho. WnxlihiKtou, Oregon, 1'iiK.t Sound Country mid liritlnh j C'ollllul.l.l. I.ei.orillly M-eakinj;. the reUurtlon U froiti 23 to 40 P" j eeut. THE WAY TO GO. Take r-urliiinti traint St. lxmln. KiU'mk CUy. M. Jowi'h, OinaliH. IVnvcr or ('1iU';i.. With clone eouiKVt loiiH, the (JrvHt Xorth.Tn mid NorthiTii rm Hii; n.ii.l. nd w ith iu through train wrvicc tin Iliirlingtoil orfi-rx niorv to tlif wtth-r tlinn any otlirr llm or r..ii:liiuitloii of liii- in to t!ic Nortlnvc-t. The liniiiitoii-Nortlii rii TiulfSc Kx U tlio Rri-at daily train vlth tlirixiti ihnir caiK, coaclK-tt nd tlironiili toiirit l.'Hn. Tilt I t It e only through train luto the Nrthwpt Juiotly vlth the Norihrrn I'lir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 29 January 1903

The Tribune. . o. r. HI I K 111, HANMK R. HI ( Kny . RttorB4 fablOhsrl. s.i Slethv SabasrlrtlftaKstast 01.O I Thr- M-mS.... ....AO Coplet ... .11.1 Ewtr4 tncordlnf ta lh arl el Confreta (W ft oifHA at Kkh Htll, as rocntd cU stall Wlitf. 1( thrte is o tenth pntt an nuiih crookedness in legislation ,it W.nsh inton a llie Deniocrnts say theie i and ii Ibll Stone piofi! h tenth part as much in propoition because of it fiis he h.ii Ii y the shady leeisla- ition at Jefferson City in the at six years lie will be ten times i it her than 1'icrpnnt Morgan before Im term is half completed. Nevada Herald. The Republicans did themselves credit ly Bending Chester I. Long to the Senate (rem Kansas. The fourteenth annual conten tion of the United Mine Workers of America is in session at In dianapolis, Indiana. The Republicans of Illinois are increasing their influence in the United States Senate by sending such men there as A. J. Hopkins. A treaty has been concluded with the government of Columbia ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 29 January 1903

Closing ale. All Kinds ODDS and ENDS OP GOODS You Need, "Found" when Invoicing STOP THAT COUGH with Hickey's Cough Cure. Sure cure. Contains No Morphine or Opium. OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE. P.B. HICKLY.Prop, Rich Rill W. G. M set ley visited Gas City, Kansas, over Sunday. Get sour Job Ftinling done at Tub Tkihi'vh office. Frank Ualston virited Nevada fiirnds wiih M Liiie Maurer, Sunday afternoon, Tjik Tkibi nk telephone i No. 32. Send ut the local new by telephone. Hock I!and suTscyora ate still operating around over In the Pap- Jnsville neighborhood. When you want a good meal, or lunch, go to the Faimet' Home Kestaurant. The Democrat of Vernon county last Saturday nominated I'tof. W. E. Veerkamp for county tchool commissioner. Mr. A. J. Stephen returned home Saturday fiom Kansa City, Kansas, where she went to attend the funeral of her ittcr, Mis. John Gosnell. W. A. New tun and wife are stopping in the city for a few d)s We don't know that he is going to buy any mote far.nt, but ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 29 January 1903

r p c p j. J li 2 Urj l'cd C" Coffee for 35c Ki-giJar price 95c per pound. C Cans Yellow Crawford Peaches 35c Krf;alar price j,c per Can. 1-l.b. Plrg. Arm and Hammer Soda 5c Wcith toe per 1'ac.krge. 2 Part Fairbanks' Scouring Soap 5c Regular 5c per Cake Size. 'r') S Ears "Diamond C." Soap Regular Fix for 25c Kind. All Other Prices in Proportion. nclIIBBEH GROCER GO. RICH MILL. MO. TELEPHONE NO. 42. 'I ' 4 i. I ( 5 'a 13 n frrc nirpri?r! irTtr rn tup ft X ; Vjtik UW Wir Shed IfJith hi tiur you buy lumber lor a big house, a Lit; bsrn or for a little Ik i!:", a httie barn, a chicken shed or a pig pen; we take just as .,;,. !i j.u rest and patience in showing cu the material (or one as f. r tle ether. You are bound to be satisfied in either case. Our good p.t)d prices count and you are sure to be pleased. rjilliamson Montgomery I,;; 't: Sirvit, Between 6th and 7th. n r3 f 1 n a K n Cured at Horn by a Xtv, rrArrmar. cured. :.!. .i-l.. N .v. i, i.t y. Jx-iir 0i-iir: T j -.f of r.t;,,r K.r...

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