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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 30 January 1902

t For tho noxt 60 days wo will Bond Tho Tri bune to now subscri bers 1 year for 60 cts, Old subscribers paying up in next 60 days wo will ronow their Sub scription at 50c a year. HE LP 11 I K IL VJLL'Mtt I RICH HILL, MDHOCRI, THUUSUAT, JXUAHT 30, lUO. I u "' t ! ' V Notice of Establishment of Lite Saving Station. Owing to tho great lossoflifo by care lesness and bad condition and rough weather, tho authorities h a v e deemed it proper to establish a life saving station by placing at the dis of the public Hlckey Cough Core, and 50 cent sizes, and 23 lilciey Cclil Cure. bleb ab solutely ceres colds 20c. Both Fully Guaranteed at OPERA DRUG STORE, D. B. HIGHLY, Prop. Rich Hit!, : : : Missouri. DONT FORGET Between Your Teeth. There may be vacant placea. Let us fill them up lor you, ia do it at a much more reas onable j rice anJ jast as well as the ihsnt ii;r'riM-r we know cf. The quality of the wotk done at this cf5ce it cot to be confounded with cheap Dentistry. OurtexceKt in all pom!. ...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 30 January 1902

tin, r. tu urn, rniff a. rnicniti B.!lor' rMIhr, V V..r ... . tJI.M I Trf Mivnilm.... " I (i i Lopie. .OS i rr t ('i 1 1 ( ( t 'i nt. 1 1 1 i lit' ii iii i: u M i :',-! I i ill liii -, the i s I.".' ''P. r,!,iil .-.l Kwiilten ovil 'the n find tripe i shut nut. J o H Rkl H:ll. M lw.Mi'!'tl Mull ml1l :H i V-'-'! -Yes A I it f fainins down about Pitching, K;iiimi, K"t together mid formed n Mock company In el i ill lot gas, or oil, or coal, or anything the thcv mirth t hnpfen to find. T hrv drilled down about five bundled j fct-t And slruck a strong flaw of gas, nnd now they arc going to pipe tjie gas lo Pittsburg to light the city. The whole crt of ihe drilling was not over livi.' hundred dollais, in eluding all i xpenscs. It is some- tunes astonishing vvh.it ft It nun can do win juil ihcir heads together nnd determine to try, usolvcd if they fail tiny will pay (lie cost and j say no more nmnu u, ana u u cy soccecJ they v 1 1 1 share the ptoh'.s. The Emperor of Germany Las un dertaken ...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 30 January 1902

N.tin Note, fiom Ilia 'apHn. fv 1 1 i: t iittir l Imiii H.-ennd I'm?".? i I tirim itt teriitoty and ll.nt it vkmiM i' everything to facilitate i!i it (nl. He taiil tlmt, iccorilii'K t it. i- mi v.itution of Lit country, it j m ,M be imiut.viMe f e'l outright j t the l.'m'.eil State the neceiaiy unit ,iy, hut lie mlJed, "If I ' ii .t in ken the mine ii Hue of Nio';:p.n. Hut tin I'niied States ii ! ! my government remly to .! mm il.it'ir tli.it i reaonahle and 1 Ix-Uvi- thnt ii long term leave with tin- iu 'x f'f renewal cart he el f.vud wl.ii 1 will prove almoM c ji nlly av siiKfactory." A to the i'.!!.r Klith hi government would ad. (.if the tcrnury Se:ior Si'ia k.ii I 1 a v, a not prepared to )' r.y tiling, further than that it would" U himiIv ic.-uor.nble h' coontiy remlcd the construction ol tie cai.l l.J "niaierinl advantage toils iml i-'i :.l wrlf.ue and the people cf Ta Kiuii wire most anxious that ti e canal h.uM he located there. Sonie FlRurea. lli-Vive to mW financial, poli...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 30 January 1902

I ? i ' u , t -. y . O11 ;.J a Great Closing Out Sale, Life of George Washington, Jno Adam, Thos. Jefferson, Jnrnes Madison, James Monroe, Jno. Quincy Adam, Andrew jatkson, Martin Van Biiren, William II. llairison, Jhn Tyler, James K. Folk, Z. Taylor. M. Fillmore, Frank lin Fierce, James Buchanan, Abe Lincoln, Andrew Johnson, U. S. (irant, H. 15. Hayes, Jsmcs A. Garfield, C. Arthur, Grover Cleve land. B. Harrison, William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt. rcicts rcsr-PAiD: Any One for 25c; 5 for $1.00: Twelve for $2.00. ALL, OR TWENTY-FIVE FOR $3.50. Sold by O, E, STRICKLAND, Lu ERAL, MlSSOlKI. ItEAVLEY. We wonder what UaVe thinks about winter being over now? The thermometer stood eight decree bo low aero Monday morning with !x Inches of snow. Thunks to Queen Esther, we re ceived quite a. satisfactory answer! to our question. Ivy Wear moved to Rich Hill Monday. Ben Ryan bad his none broken ty a horse few daya ago. Mr, Short returned from Hunting ton, Ark., last week. He report old ne...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 6 February 1902

Old subscribers pay in r: up in noxtGO day 3 wo will ronow their Sub ecription at 50c a year. 1 HJh wo will Bond Tho Tri bune" to now Biibscri bcra 1 year for 00 ct3. LkJL vou.lmp. la IMCII HILL, Ml HO 'Jill, TJtUiUDAT, FB 1UUART , tOX. Nn. - J EVERYTHING GOOD Wu buy only the good. '; sell only the good. II jgu Rtt it here, it is fcou 1 -no muter whether ' , it n A Prescription or Diun store article of any . l.'it.d.' II it isn't, please sjcaV to us about it and ' VO'j'U Gtl .OIR MONEY BACK every cent. We -will not lose by it either. We j.i,t (urn it back on the manufacturer. You are cn t lie safe side if you Ir.v all your drug store goods of us. We wish i would. We will do a" in our power to serve yen will. Give us a chance. - ; jIl'Ol'M V (OMMIIHJ: MI.IMm; Will A. tMott. 9f flatter, le4. LOCAL lunia s- i f Special Sale This Keek in Good Ink Tablets, a Job Lot of 15c and 25 cent Ones for 5c. For StnvfS see GelKii l!tr. Just received, a car ! ad d choice seed corn. N. . Ji h.-.i ''....

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 6 February 1902

The Tkihuni: r, r nn v, , , . , ' rc.RK.A A. rIl'IIAHt, IKrilfrkrtftad riilltfc4rft. "t - f VfM ... Sit Month... .60 Yhri- M'moIii.. Minnie Cifp1 . ... o.i .1t t i Kic' Hill, w 5 cUn malt mum Jlroadhr ad's (irotoicnl Survey '.'( Ilati county in 173 estimates the amount of coal in this county et 5-3'J7J4s.s57 ' lonsp and H thcte arc people who think coal mining will soon cease in this section.- , , to The "back lot plan" of 11 court house in Hutlrr terms, to be mowed in just now. It will be pretty nice building for the" Republicans to occupy next year, and some of us rr yi.cuiher some such building back in o! J Virginia in our boyhood days, since 6ur attention was tailed to it, just east of the Alleghency. and aitinittrd obligations due tiicm. Ami now (oiiifu the disgraceful fact that Jessie llrntoit Fremont is In nerd simply because', the concies of a j.ia.i'lul peopla will not do vshat all admit they ought to do. Shame upon such negligence. Gen eral Fremont gave his life's ser vice...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 6 February 1902

i IIODERH tllSERS. Men Who Starye Thcmeclvo to Accumulate Money. ThT U a crrtaln frurful fascination atwiut the Hones uf (he Itilarr of the part. l'h motif v they nerumtilntwl of tmiimr pm'tiral value to them tba a the trinkets stlrn and arcrctr.l by soma mapi'l" of j'lifc'law, Tbey hid it from the nv.ht ami ur of men awl in ailmce km! n-crt-t gloated over the iiiwlrs stealth. To nlhrr it they Iivei on rruit or odal, f.rgi clothe to rover them ami fir to warm them, live.t trre live and In not few caw dint I starvation. .That sra the oi l lime mler. Tin tnoilern miter reaemhle thi man of '.he iwt in the particular that be frequently die of starvation, tn In eagerness to gather money be rara small bred to the claim of health le eat anything, anyhow, anywhen, and anywhere, lie doen"t eat cruata ty any mean nor ;are hi purse to fill bis stomach. The mistake he makes i In thinking that when a man baa ft i led his stomach, that i the end of the busi ness of fee-lin. instead of being the e...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 6 February 1902

CASH 0 k , J. V.SJVV a, V..W-V w-J .-xJk nocmv DO YOU EAT? Money saved is c?y money. If you want to save money buy your groceries at James' Cash Grocery. Here are, a few prices that talk for themselves. 21 lb s best granulated sager 8 " Java blend coffee to " gooJ tofiee . 10 " cracked hominy 6 ' navy beans - " pink beam ... " good prunes ... ' silver prunes ... " good raisins - " Dwighls' kig soda 3 cans tcmatoes ... 3 cans corn -to lbs salt bacon ' t lb can baking powder 2 lb best lard .... t quart fresh roasted peanuts 6 lbs buckwheat flour - - ia bars Lynn soap - 3 cakes toilet soap and 6 silver tea spoons I gal sugar syrup S lb hominy - FLOUR. 50 lbs Farmers Choice " 50 lbs Antelope (high patent) 50 lbs Chef (best cn earth) $1.00 1.00 1. 00 ' 25 a5 25 '5 a5 5 5 1. 00 10 25 5 '25 35 25 35 25 $ 95 1. 00 1. 10 FARMERS Bring your butter, eggs, chickens and any kind of pro duce you have. Will pay you cash or trade for it and the top price. If you have never traded with us, come give...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 13 February 1902

For tho noxt 60 daya wo will uond Tho Tri buno to now oubacri bora 1 year for 60 cto. Oldoubacribora paying up in noxt 60 day wo will ronow their Sub scription at 50c a year. ii VOLUME 13 IUCI1 HILL, SimOL'Itl, Tlirjltt4Y, FE3KUART 13, 190 Jt, UKIBIJNE. onncnins. litre it a lit c( good we have captured with our tig bargain net that it Spot Cash. Spot Cash ia the hammer that drives" the prices down. Good 5c Soap, 3c a bar Good ICc No.2 Lamp Chimneys 7c 5c Nest I ggs. porcelain. 2 (or 5c Poizonni's 50c face powder 39c $4 combination game beards 2.50 25c and 15c Job lot Tablets each - - 5c. TtsTiiickiv's colgm act It is Guaranteed, 25 tad 50: ( OPERA DRIQ STORE, D. B. WCttY, Prop, filch Hill, : : : MissoirL DON'T FORGET Between Your Teeth. There may be vacant placet. Let ui f i . 1 thcra up for you, can do it at a much more reas onable price and j itt at well at tl.e IllCt-iT lICIVXlXa we know of. The quality of the oik done at thit office it not to he confounded with cheap Dentistry. ...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 13 February 1902

Thi: TKiiiUNii.1;;; r. m i . i n y, ' - Kllcorttrnl I'uM.f ahwrg. a bkorlpt I .if Hit ft-tt Va.r I i-nHiilm I In .. .00 1 ,T-e Ir-,ftt. .SiiifcU. Copl Fis-rr4 awnrillrif lo Iht ol Cowfi-.t In h tiitf i st RUS Hill, -c-j.iJ tt,i mill mattct Hi f 1 4 " i ' k A .. ..' ,. i'M i. J-." ' V'' . If . .... .. .- ( Ml- j 1, ; pfrial Notice to Our Headers. This paper ts on Hie r.t the office ef.The Chicago Inter Occ.in, 106-loS-no East Monroe Street, Chi cago, where our readers will be courteously greeted 1 ho ?may care to call upon The Inter Ocean for tour of inspection and sight-seeing through its magnificent building, in which can be found every mechan ical and scientific improvement of the age in connection with the needs of a great newspaper. It is a rare treat to any one inUistd---in the subject and should be taken advan tage of- The St. Louis grand jury is doing most excellent work. 1 ' ' We hope the Osceola, Monegaw and Western railroads will be built and that it will come to Rich Hill...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 13 February 1902

f " at it lv J kfV,. ....... j liiUaVO "Hint saying ams te tisv beea horn ef stijir.titiu deep rooted in hu mstiily. it it akin to that other Mylnf . "He UiirIis lrt who taught last." Ir liajis in thrve Bint similar Myitira Diet la a survieal of Hi oll pagan belief that tlivilajr of liapplneaa waa Iikaljr to in rur the envy of the voria and to draw down tli viMUllon of th malic which it twin to enry. It wmtl.l lie a ridiculous proposition to aflitm tliat tl ii th necrstaiy outcome of ;ouel. But just a many a day which begins with a cloudless sky ends in storm, so many an ertnt in lift which proniie only happtneaa enJi to 4iaap- . pointtnent and tmsery. Thia is very true of marriage. The jroung wife goes heart and soul into home making and bouaekeepinr. She love to cook and prepar tie daintiea ber husband enjoya.' &h ii ao roboat and hearty that abe can hardly find enough to do to exhauat her abundant energy. Ttiat'a the way it begina. Af ter a while alie fincU that it takes all ...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 13 February 1902

II JA MB- I m Iji? ml vi5 CASH ' GROGERyI i DO YOU EAT? Money saved is easy money. Jf you want to save money buy your groceries at James' Cash Grocery. Here are, t few prices that talk for themselves. B7 it lbs best granulated sugar 8 " Java blend coffee 10 " good cofice - . 10 ' cracked hominy 6 navy beans 6 ' pink beans -6 " good prunes 5 silver prunes - -3 good raisins - 6 ' Dwights' keg soda . -3 cans tcmatoes - , . 3 cans corn io lbs salt bacon . . 1 lb can baking powder - 2 lb best lard - i quart frtsh roasted peanuts . C lbs buckwheat flour - - ta bars Lynn soap . . 3 cakes toilet soap and 6 silver tea spoons i gal sugar Byrup 8 lb hominy , $i.oo : i .oo I. op a5 5 5 35 S aS 25 25 1.00 10 25 5 a5 5 25 35 2 FLOOR. n 50 lbs Farmers Choice 50 lbs Antelope (high patent) 50 lbs Chef (best on earth) $ 95 1 .00 1 .10 FXlRdERS Bring your butter, eggs, chickens and any kind of pro ! duce you have. Will pay you ca&h or trade for it and j the top price. If you have never traded with...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 20 February 1902

For tho noxt 60 dayo wc3 will sond Iho Tri buno to now oubscri boro 1 year for 50 cts. Old subscribers paying up in noxt 60 -days; wo will ronoy their Sub scription at 50c a year. volu.mi; la BKCII HILL, MfHSOUm, TllCnS04Y, rZIUVMlt SO. 130. 7I. Us The JJNK FLAVORS. . v L dts olltn have great d lluully in getting go.-id Flavor to use in ti ccia dishes. We have a complete line and the quality is all that can be expected. TIIEY ARE FINE, TRY THEM. Extract of Orange, lemon, VaallU. tic. 3 ? S. In Si'ics we have the best: Cinnamon, Ginger, Cloves, Caraway, Fen nc!, Celery, Castia Buds. Dill, Anise, and Alspice. And the price, are right, ycu will find they are cheaper than any other. OPERA DRUG STORE D. B. lilCktV, Prop. Rich tliil, : : Missouri g aa a ice z vuxxasjli xuxj.l ecu LOCAIi IHtlKFS. i DON T FORGET Between Your Teeth. There may he vacant places. Let us ft 1 thrm op for ycu, :i il j irat a much mote teas or.aHe rice and j jst as well at the incur liicNXinTfli we kiiow of. The q...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 20 February 1902

The Tribune. km, r. su Stltrtaa rtllaSr, Cl, Wad n( the Democrat, i ti le congratulated on hit succcm in earryinjjhii pilniary point. Tl.-t Pacific cable bill in vo be re- porte 1 favorable and the cable is estimated to cost $10,000,000. Vf ........ S. I MMMt.. I is b- at kt Kill, tt mm4 ala Ml mtmx A Cincinniitl man has had to pay .000 for a kiss. And it was only Cincinnati k;es at that. -K. C. Journal, Where was the kitchen CM? Our Democratic friends are get ting out earlier than usual even for them. Nothing like it boys. It's the early tippler that gets the fitst ..titer." i California has the record, among her many big things, of having the longest electric power transmission in the world, over two hundred mile. peel&l Notice to or Header. This paper is on file at tie office of The Chicago Inter Ocean, lofi-10S-1 to East Monroe btreet, Chi cago, where our readers will be courteously greeted who may cere to call upon The Inter Ocean lor tour of inspection end eight-seeing thr...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 20 February 1902

NiMH Notes from tha Capital iCoiiiliiited from Kcoiid 1'ittfi. ) to a Wi.vt Virginia editor, Mr Janir, L. Norri, Treaturer ol the Ilc'iiotratic Congressional Com-niim-B and .resilent of the Jatk tun It niof.iatic Association ol the Disind ol Columbia, hat launch ed ilir pnM tenlial boom of Stna tor i ! it A. P. German. Mr. Nor h prci'i.t. that Mr. German wili l.'-conie the leader el tlie Dem ocratic (ones in the Serit which v til. in Mr. Narrii judgment, nuU Mr. Goruian the logical D-isio ram: candidate lor the pre-iJ'in-y. In view ol Mr. Rooae veil' popularity anJ of the success cl Hie Ni publican administration, Ihe- individuality of the Democratic n'Mnihvj iteme a matter of arnall -' I moment. lr. li-rcc'a Invalids' Hotel aud Huririoal Institute C03 Slain St., Iluflalo n. y. I'i vv ;ople nre nwnn of the ex tent of tlie Inxtitntlonaprewldcd over by It. l'ii-ivtf or tlmt nn Important pint f hi medical enterprise wan tin- ist.il.il-hmeiit the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Iiixtitutt....

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 20 February 1902

rf Crr. hi 1 b n , vf. ,lcbii. t i.i i,i;(. It 1 he f-! . i i 1 r . i r .i I. A I-.:... I l.i' mi I ,. .us u i( , I V. .i in r hi i- ; 1,1 r. hint; 1 1. '1 !n- 1 -")' in. .1 I'lin ri .mi. .Ml' ! i II' 'I " f In '1110 S hi;.- tlii'-.ii'il rue tn-in-lilng in, j ( horns: . . . W bile tin sahils arc minlilng In, While t lie Mil vis are inn n Mi in In, What n wnii'lii fu! tin. i ns through 1 lie sky sliull r liia, Wlillc the aliitn lire marching lu. livery tongue ami race, S h 3i 11 etd our jmicc, W hi;., tin' mi In I itrt laurelling In. Ami the purchased throng, Shiil! n'jx'iit the 'n, While thesnlnN ft re rim n hlng lu. The sky looks bluer, the suit shine brighter, ' filling of youth and strength crops over the tni after taking I'.oi Xy i!,i;m!:i!;i Tt . iiitu'e by the M ;i.l !.- u MiiUtUm Co., 35 ct. Ask vour ilrugijlHt. KEITH. Mr. Urown of Prairie City, visited fit Mr. P.urk holders 1twt week. Another snow since our Inxt writing- Tlio dicpest of tlio season. Jim McCulIoch had the mis...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 27 February 1902

For tho next 60 days wo will Bond Tho Tri bune to now subscri bers 1 year for 50 cto. Old Bubncrib orn. P "!-y in:; up in. nentGO daya v;o will renew thoir Sub scription at '50c a year. V GLUM 11 IS niCII II ILL, HIMSOUItr. TIIUUaOAT, rKBRUAHT 37, ISKX. r. s -j fHE IfLAVOnS. Lidiei often have great difficulty ia getting good Flivor to use ia special dishes. We have complete line and the quality is all that can be expected. THEY ARE FIXE, TRY THEM. Extract of Oranse, lemon, Vanilla, etc. l In Spices we have the best: Cinnamon, Ginger, Cloves, Caraway, Feo sel, Celery, Cassia Buds. Dill, Anise, and Alspice. And the prices are right, you will find they are cheaper than any other. OPERA DRUG STORE D.B. mCkEY, Prop. Rich Hill. : : Missocrl. 8 DONT FORGET Between Your Teeth. There rosy be vacant places. Let ut fill tbera up for you, sao do it Jit a much more teas enable price and j jst as well at the JJI5IWY DKNTIHTH we know of. The quality of tbe work done at this office is not to be con...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 27 February 1902

The Tribune. (,IO, I1 Blliil ITtMltLvra. , V ar ! at I a it B I 1 . v ai.es I tv. sn ..... lok....... . j BE(I l.a ... .. .O l'lince Henry f;i!ri to arrive on Saturday, but lie came up smiling on Sunday morning. Chsrley Town, the lute niiti-mon-ey power lesder, teem to live In pence and harmony with the money devil. li duty, done it manfull), in I lie: e we hone the matter will end. ttnwntf ttxmrilxt S cl l Caafr.H la tto Atm !W Hi k Hill, M imd.diK Md autn? ru:! '".I. si i i it . m J I .IT ' f A- f lion. S. W. Jurden it now presi- dent of the City National Dank at Kansas City, which has deposits amounting to over $i,?oo,ooo, and is one of the moot popular financial institutions in that expanding city. Thi is much more aatinfactory, we shotild think, than running (or con. gress in the sixth Missouri district, ami pays immensely letter. We hope he will get to be a millionaire, for if there it a man in thi state de serves to attain such an ambition it it Samuel V Jurden. mm r - .'tilt...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 27 February 1902

(Cntiil'.itK'il from H.himmI I'mri-.) Not jiili-.h or prudish, not p!e fact i! or I'liii) , lu t just a rational, diligent, r -triu-ht, sober liuy. Louk out for hirnl That juirt rxtciior ccivrrn iig possibilities. You would bitter not fool with hit paliviiic. Those slrmlt-r mu.les re not luf tealis, tut tnotigh, lut tliy may le strong, ml pry a steel. That calm rye and firm fate Io n t linker or flinch before noise and llnUi. ! le dormi'l fight until he has to, t!iin he fight to a finish. The iiiionjf toy may make mis takes, but it in ( ihrue timet whrn he may best f rove his strength. lie may 111 in with had fellow, had mniinrr, had habits, had amuse ments, I'. id inttriit iorta. He ftcln their grip influence tightening. He know their danger, hut other boy risk it, mid he rather liket to be one of the toys. There conies a day, however, (more likely a night alone with his tout), when a word of warning comeii back to him from early days: a word of mother dear or father faiihtul. Cons...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 27 February 1902

.A 1)1 U AN. !'. K. Vi i-'ii wnu on onr utrwl" 1 'ii Kv, Ii mo tntW' 'ini'idMVs nrri niiincr 011. Adrian will have n telephone n.vn trm In the near future. That republican meeting Monday lilght was a hummer. W. K. Malum sold tl RnrlsT prop erty on not 'rii't to Mr. Walter. Ilud Mmpson will tnrt bark to Klondike Tmnday next. Rilly Ixith ridge will accompany Mm. . Hall Hun are making wrnif The M. F. M. Clul. hud snothrt one cf their regular Mow-out lnM Friday night, l!e occasion being tlie birthdays of Lee Nhidcr, Feb. II, and their president, Geo. A. I lucUcliy, on the 21. Mimic, gnrnen and refreshment were the order of the evening and were greatly en joyed by all. Pink Payi (colored) porter in Chat. Collin' barber chop, thi city had the misfortune to (all beneath the wheel of a freight train at Pa nama, crushing one leg and tiruis- thnngea In the Rc lllvr. The re is no Ung ,ne other. He wa tnktn to Nevada, where it v found neces sary to amputate one leg below the hip. Later He died ...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
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