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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 30 November 1905

Soila CracEters ' I and ; , ; j iti anything you choose -milk for Instance or alone. At every meal or lor a munch between meals, when you feci the need of an appctizinj bite to fill up a vacant corner, in the morninj when you wake hungry, or at night just before goinj to bed. Soda crackers arc o light and easily digested that they make a perfect food at times when you could not think of catinj anythinj else. But as in all other things, there is a difference in sod crackers; the superlative being U.nee VJ. a soda cracker so scientifically baked that all the nutri tive qualities of the wheat arc retained and developed a soda, cracker in which all the original goodness is preserved for you. national; biscuit company ltd sinmuuua. i, COS'S Pj lOCATIO AT Mn 1 SfijM : CI 'AW IT . H "a . WINTER fJlRIST TICKEIS Ar4 NOW ON &ALE VIA Lfttiisvillc & Saslivillc RAILROAD to ILCRiDA. GULF COAST RESORTS, CUBA, A " H'lm ia.V, liflmrt tr ...... For rates, time tallies or Wautl fully illustrat...

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. — 7 December 1905

TEDS RICH Hi A. VOLUMR Ifl KICH HILL, MI8.SOCKI.TIIUIWOAY, DrXXMIJUl 7, 1V03. So. 14 lllvil Ed The Tribune's Piano Contest EJiil GIosc Saturday, Dec. :9th. Vote Often, Early and Late. Our Piano Contest will close at 4 o'clock on next Saturday af ternom, December '.Hh. The piano, a beautiful Hamilton, from the Vernn Music Co., of Kansas City, is on exhibition at the Rich Hill Hank. Take a look at it Tlie ballot box is also at the Rank. If you want to help some lady pet this handsome X mas present, and secrecy in voting is desired, cash subscriptions, or other busi ness, may le sealed together in an envelope and deposited in the ballot box, tlius.no one but parties making the deixisit knows anything jiertaining to voting thus done. Vote early, late and often. Z -J z o Q. E o m D (0 THE TRIBUNE VOTIG CONTEST. hereby enclose $ in payment of years subscription to THE TRIBUHE, for Address - The votes due from this amount I desire to be cast for Signed- Addrcss Commercial Fertilic-r For Mi...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 7 December 1905

Wc TRIBUNE fJANNIK H. HUCKnilY libllnhers men HILL MISSOURI Matrimony by mnl! linii met with setback because pholoxraphy Is too flattering. A monkey broke up a ftlrls' party down In Ohio. This monkey, how ever, wa.i not Invited. Prince Tenuis of P.ttcnherR pciv proof that he I the possessor of a good set of digestive organs. Klr.K George of G rcee buys Ms wife a now (sown every day. Won der what he has been caught at. Illph tides have been flooding the canals of Venice and the Venetian street department is la sore atraits. A land flowing with milk and honey wouldn't appeal ao much to some peo ple as a land Bowing with beer and preUela. The shah of Fersia, ia said to have an unconquerable aversion to lobsters. Teheran la no place for a musical comedy, chorus. Sir Tommy Lipton says he reprets never having been married. All rtsht, girls; his address la "care of King Edward, England." When a Russian worklnsman sees a new manifesto by the novernmen. his first Impulse is not to take it ho...

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. — 7 December 1905

ik n' snr rri r-r rtrrn W .". rlK'-il. :,, by t'hmle-s Murrls lliill-r. CHAPTER XXIIICentinucd. The fe-w Our following th" tlir.'t Inn Inrliti'iif nariati'd il'ine wire comparatively happy i-tie-n for I.011I lng. In the eliiel with W h r ! l bad been pricked mill cut a ll'tle; tbe wound In his head gave. ;.t m silght pain and trouble1. The rtra'n on n!i liervea ami Ms sen!tlve nature, pros trated h i in temporarily. Kr t we'' cir so he played the InvalM. Perhnp bo would have convale-sre d quicker or perhaps not at all if be had not bean waited Ufxin and tenderly nursed by Pearl Huntington and the good doc tor, her father. There na snnielhing besides bodily sirkness and pain that lied Mm, and that was love. The lack of the care and cncourace mrnt of a lovltia; companion waa what bad nisd our hero the devU-niay-cp-re sort of 8n Individual such as be ap peared when Jim Denver met him In the basement saloon when the twain formed the iramernhlp of attempt ing to win fame and a million. '...

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. — 7 December 1905

1 The Tribune. mu, v, miKuit, NANNIE R. Mt'CKKBT. K,mirat4 rnblUhart. nb.crlp'JoBKat.li nr Vnt . Thn Kmlkl... irij Mnnih. I S,f I. topt... F.nirl ascorHInf to Oi Kl l Confrauiu rtsi ixiu o(K..e Rlcfc Ultl. trcoai dux s0 rnamc We'd hate liko S.im Hill to spend $100,000 on a Democrat like Sinn Cook. Nearly 0,OtW,000 bushels of iiv.Cnx uere used in the United Stales last year in the produc tion of spiritous liquors. The number of cigaretts man ufactured in the United States for the year ending June 30, 1903 was 10,sil,i,000. At last the colleges of the country are corning to their senses and putting a stop to foot ball, which is all right and yet far less objectionable than hazing "Why not t reat the young brutes like any other criminals. Senator Burton, of Kansas, has again been convicted by a ju ry and sentenced by the Court to a short term of imprisonment and the payment of a $2,500 fine but a stay of execution has been granted pending appeal. Thus a little fish is caught but the wh...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 7 December 1905

l As Clniotmris is at hand wo are oifering our Millinery at lower prices than ever be-j fore. In fact you can, buy goods cheaper than ever before in town at our store. We are doing this to clear out the store for our immense stock of Xmas goods, which is larger than ever be lore, and you know ours is always the largest stock of these goods in town. They will be on dis play in a very short time. S. L AMES, 6ZWR. I LOCAL 1JKIKFS. ' Mrs. Harry Harris spent Sun day with relatives Ht Nevada. Prof. F.'.iner Bradley came down frmn Archie l' spend Sun day witli his mother, Mrs. A. C Brudlry. Mr. C. H. Walters attended the regular meeting of the Hoard of Asylum No. .) al Nevada la.t Monday. Jodge Armstrong, of the Southern dit rift, attended ft ses sion nf the County Court at But ler this w t'i'k. Mrs. Flavo Tytrard spent Sun day with her mother, Mrs. Iladia Cppge, and other friends in Kaunas City. Postal CN ik Waiter Vail came in Sunday from St. Luis on a vi it to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ...

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 December 1905

PRESIDENT OUTLINES ISSUES Important Recommendation as to Legislation Made In Annual 'Message to Congress Large Part; of Document Devoted to Corporations and Railroad Rate Legislation Relations of Labor and Capital Dealt With Fully, The moss of President Roosft velt, read at the first session of the Fifty-ninth Congress, eonRTatuiates the people on the continued pro par tly of the ration. The close relation chip find mutual dependence upon each other ot capital and labor are pointed out, and the message con tinues: Corporations. Yef. while tint mprly Admitting, hut In ltmg; ui-on i h if. t( 1st also true that ijrre there In no governmental restraint or suiH-rviston some of the eKceiUnal men use their energies not in a ays that n t for the (Yimmoii gtto-l. but. la ways w hirn til esoOnst this common gol. The fortunes iimHKN throueh em-jmra't erioi mrs t ion are now an large And vest nut h owcr hi (hfe that ip d thm. ft lo nik tt mutter of tieostii to aTiv to the po relfcn1 hat 1. to t...

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

JOYS OF MATERNITY A WiM'l EEST HOPES f.EALIZED Sir. Pott TI1 How Wonwn Ebould Prepar for Motherhood The darkest clay of husband nnri wife urn whrrt they come to look for ward lorhiMlerm and lonely olit an-, Many ft wife hns (..mid hers If Inra of tnot hertiooil cmlnif to a ilm placement of the womb or lack of sUxugtu in the g-encratlya orgsua. Frequent backache and dulresMn(r Pain, accompanied by offensive dia- rharpTa and uenerally by irrefmlar ami scanty menstruation lmlicfete a Ui ptaoement or Dfrve defeneration of the womb ami surrounding organs. The juttin that troubles women la how ran a woman who has mme fe male trouble bear healthy children? Mr. Anna Potts, of MO Park Avenue, nt Spring, Ark., writea : Jiy Tr Mrs Piiikham: " Ihirmi vlK-mriv uart of mv mrrtl!if I was .l.-lii-ate m hwftij . ItMh tur hutAn.t and I amis Trr amiiHia fr a child to t4ws oir boo., but Irue! two tum'vrnj&'w, atf i-.hiI'I Dot earrv a child to maturity. A ueig'nU w b had )K.n rsin.1 by i.rdiK E, l'l...

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

m Li I 5 1 U ; i t -5 i If you will cat more you can do more work, enabling you to cam more money, so that you can buy more 17 ft Ai I needa Biscust do more work and earn still more money. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY WIMtR TOLRIST TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALS VIA RAILROAD . tlCBIDA. GULF COAST RESORTS, CUBA, At Vc?- Low Kntea. For rates, time tables or benutl- fully Illustrated I took let son loriun. the tiulf C'Mt, New Orleans or Fului, address nearest rvptwtiitatlve F D Bush. D P A. Cincinnati J E Davenport. D P A. St Louis H C Bailey. NWFA, Chlcafo J H Mllliken, D P A, Louisville C L STONE. Ccn'l Pass At, LouisvlllcKy. TALMAGE HOUSE DRIG STORE buy Youn fkkfumks here W'k Cakuy FALMKIFS Cki.kiikatkd Prritmick. tiik vkkt bkst mauk coca two at sam it AMERICA'S GREATEST WEEKLY THE TOLEDO BLADE TOLEDO, OHIO. Tlie Went Kuown Newspaper m the United States. ( IKCULATION l8."S,COO. Popular in Kvery Mate. State Teacher's Association, Tim Missouri State, Teachera' Association will meet In Jeffer son...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 14 December 1905

iRICH EDM jTT3 - A L IS. volu.mi: in KIC1I UILL, MI880UBl.TIIUK3DAT,DLCn51KnH 14.1P03. 59. 19 ESSSSSEEffi EZOHEY TALK S225.00 buys this 4 V 1 IlUIIllllUU JTlUilU O Wi will von thi Piann for itiut nri-Vinlf what Kansas City agents are asking. The Hamilton is a standard make, warranted for ten years. Why pay $150.00 to outside agents for the same not ds; or why buy commercial pianos and pay a stranger morn than a standard costs at home. When you buy a piano it is for a life time, lie careful to get the best. Why we can hell for less money; We have no rents to pay, no II. II. fare or hotel bills to pay. We give the pur- ehnser Ml this, tiint other stents who come here to sell pianos, ehaige to the customers. We handle all the Bald win pianos, the Baldwin, KHington, Hamilton, Howard and Valley (Jem; nli Organs. (live us a call Iiofore buying. H. M. BOOTH, Agt. (Office over Taylor's Grocery Store.) CLOSED. The Piano Contest Closed Satur day. Miss Julia Dubacti Gets The Handsome Piano. Mi...

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

TRIBUNE ;r.o. p. hvckeuy IS'ANNIE 11. iUCKLIlY I Editors and publishers rioi "it nx v.fssociu There are enough shadows' In the world without wearing one en, jour fr.ce. Of course everybody known why King Peter of Sorvla hM reason to te thankful. Chance rule !! thins. 11 th eagle were an ei'.lblc fowl It would not be the national bird. Funny. Isn't It, how often a Wall street lamb ha to be sheared before It can be called a sheep, A man of the came of Adam been elected mayor of Buffalo. Mm beware of plum trees. ha I-et Goesie Tamm la the new minister of agriculture In Sweden, and the whole Tarn ra family Is rejoicing. There's muting half so swift In !!fe as the awakening from Love's young dream. New Orleans Picayune. Among the first to find out that the price of silver had risen were the en terprising gentlemen who sell silver ware. Doesn't It give yon a new Idea of the aire of London to know that the London pof tolTico has about 29,000 employes? " And now all through the winter the m...

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. — 14 December 1905

SLAM BY A WOMAN UtUTCNANT GENERAL 6AKHAR- orr, or Russia, shot. FORMER MINISTER OF WAR Woman Member cf "Flying Column" CHcd to 6 Him and (not Him Thr Time. I'NDON. Tb 81. Petersburg cor respondent of the Dally Telegriph In at dispatch I1 i mlicr 5. wol ty way of Kydtkulmen, F.ast T'nooila. say: "Lleutennnt c.enetal Baharoff. for mer iiilu.'nu r ef war ha been assa alnnte-J. "The government had deputed Cen tral Skahsroff to vblt the province of Haratoff for the purpose of quelling the agrarian riots tnere. "A woman belonging to the so-ral-ed 'flying columns )f tUe revolution--ary movement called ut the brume of the governor of Saraioff and asked to see General HaklarolT. "She fired three revolver shots at the general, killing him on the epot. "The tdlrics ached SI. Peters'iurc. Coc-nt WItte charged Lieutenant Gen oral Rodger, minister of war, with the task of breaking the ucwb to Madame takharoff "The event has created a profound lmpri salon in St. Petersburg; owing to fears that the...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 14 December 1905

The Tribune. i O. P. Hl'CHKBV, NAMMK It. IIICKIIII. dltriBBl rablt.here. herlpllttiKtli ltV 1.M TrMt. Sin Hoih. ntl Knnrr cco1lrt le tli net ol Cult tw poo ' Kick Hilt, as Mtniid clau ell Hon. A. 0. IVttijohn lin pur dinsiMl the Urookfield Bucket and will diango it from a Demo cratic to a Koriuolitaii iuiH?r. The Pemivratic state commit tee has been called to mwt at Jefferson City, Dec 27, 1905. They want to begin to se "where they are at." Why any citizen of St. Louis, Mo. should oppose a free bridge across the Mississippi river is more than we country bumpkins can understand. There is talk of an extra ses sion of the legislature, but Gov, Folk is reported to have said that it will not be held before April or May. Kussia is in a chaotic condition politically but the leaven of dem ocracy is working and the re sult, while serious and possibly smeared with blood, will be the redemption of a patient and long suffering people. Our confederate veteran friends propose to hold a dinner and...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 14 December 1905

T L A ! GER on Iw r fae. Khe b bo In Growing! Growing! Growing! Tho large stock of Christmas goods we have had on display for the past week is melting like dew. Never since we were in business have we sold so many holiday goods so early. Don't fail to come and make your selections soon us our stock will be broken and you will not get the articles you wish. ' S. L. AMES,- J LOCAL HItlKFS. t 5 (initio Jaeger in in tin city vis itir.tf hi family nl looking after ' Mito. Kachel Ombb, one of tl,-: " 4 m' ' lh" ltn" ' r-..;-r'V iht. nN. Tuin.tNf.'s good fri-nds, ofthi , T u ., I !ri! 1 1) !n i t I I N"t ti', x..;, .,,,,,-) to Mr J. A. .Sn. P. HI. I a Mturk.ln! Oio., is in thus vicinity isiting ("'"!. ,1 ll.ii i;,.;.,ii Juie ii-.!., m. . !,.' of tlw relatl In, and ivlat iscs it lid f ri -i! i . j Mo , ar t U' homo of h"r pan-nt s. J :' " ir. I". M buIif Interf and .. ... , . . jMr. ami Mrs. WillisCrabb, WmI-'''''' Ujt t dinner. 1 i ......i - i.. i. . Mr. llitvr a familta a r f..tt. 1.-1 n,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 14 December 1905

- ' f"lh."'l3'J')' CHAPTER XXIV. Lang Explores th Tunnel. As a mat tor of precaution against . eavesdroppers, before nteiing Imn the eonvet 4 'IS 4 M ee.n Dr. Hunt ington ami W nimliti-r, Lang attended to the Vorki if iir of he j puse, anil sta tioned Wilson in tho front parlor as a fruard, while tho trio adjourned to the frrnt room above. , Dr. Huntington look a scat In an easy chair, with Pearl standing at his bark; Loula "paced thp length of the room several times before spnklng; at lam he stopped before the doctor's chair. "Dr. Huntington," said Louis, ""when t married your daughter I formed the union as a moans of protecting her Jrorn harm. Now we f.Dd that Is. lo:h of us--iiiat we really love one tino'hi.-j-..- I. have ou&ut this interview to roqtiesl you to const nt to our mar lines. In rei'.lty." ' "Is this your wish. Pearl?" asked The doctor, end there tinge of fatness in his voice. ; "It 1. papa." Pearl answered, fondly kissing her pared, and attempting to hire her blu...

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. — 14 December 1905

A PIGSKIN CAWEO. I'pon the lurf t fl !, As If tf.id kick tbely tor- fff, They fruic, and not Irf'i-'jctifjj, All ) Ott IT boet off. LYDIA E. PKntKMAA1 I TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS 1 i y ANrCrttilflk! reparation for As similating the rood and Rctila -Img ilte Stouvitls and Draw, is c Tromok's DiscsficTtiCrarfu ncss flrvi First Contains wiilsr OjHum.Morplune norrlmcral. ISOTaVAMCOTIC. .&MMS AoLrfu ig- Apptfecl Remedy forConsGpJi Tion.Sour Slonvvh. Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Fpvrnsh nrss nnd Loss OF SLEEP. FacS unite Signature of PRICE. 25 Ct. jtfyji..Tj..-j-?v yiftO CURE Tl!E GKPli" MPiNE (DII'F'KO HCWEY TILL For Health and Recreation com to Texas! Get away from the colj, damp, .wintery oatli-r Lire and find health and pleasure in the Winter I'Uy-grounds of Texas. The rest, the tutlint tunshirty wintir weather and the cxhiK latitiK' air v. ill W nt fit you. Toiitist tickets aie now in sale daily to the tuKowini; jsiints: Dallas. Ft. Worth. Houston. Beaumont. Galveston. San Antonio. Roc...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 14 December 1905

riNSlON DLCISIONS C 3 E r j BE s rj . en f -- WINTER TOIjRIST TICKtfS kR NOV ON SALE VIA Louisville & Nashville RAILROAD to tlQRIOA. GULF COAST RESORTS, CUBA, Vt Very JL,-w- Katu For rates, time tallies or lienirtl fully illustrated booklets on Florida, the liult Coast. New Orleans or t uba, uililresa merest representative F D Bush. D P A, Cincinnati i E Davenport. D P A, St Louis H C Bailey. N W P A. Chicago J II Mlllik.cn. D P A. Louisville C L STONE, Gsn'l Pass Aft. Louisville, Ky. For Health and Recreation come to Texas! Get away from the colJ, damp wintery weather here owl find health and pleasure in the Winter I'lay grounds of Texas. The rest, the rerfect, sunshiny winter weather and the exhileratuiK air w ill benefit you. Tourist tickets are now on sale daily to the following 'mints: Dallas, 1 1. Worth, Houston, Beau mont, Galveston, SaoAntonlo, Rockport, Corpus Christl, Brown viile and II Paso Texas, with u linul limit of June 1st, lIKMi. Ask your nearest railroad jtp'ii...

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 December 1905

1ICH MI volvmi: HI KICH HILL. MIHSOUItl.TIIUUSDAY, UKCKMIIKR SII.S&Q3. S225.00 J' 5 it !ii iiuniuiuii P IV.. :ti ....11 ...... !; 1 . :M 11 Wll 1 l.liej JUSV V'llVMHIII V UM IVOIIOH.l City agents are asking. The Hamilton is a standard make, warranted for ton years. Why pay $10.00 to outside agents for the same goods; or why buy commercial pianos and pay a stranger km ire than a standard costs at home. "When you buy a piano it is for a life time. Be careful to get the best. Why we can soil for los.s money: We have no rents to pay, no II. K. fare or hotel bill to pay. We give the pur chaser all this, that other agents who come here to sell pianos, charge to the customers. We handle all the Bald win piano, ti e Baldwin, Ellington, Hamilton, Howard and Valley Gem; also Organs, (jive us a call before buying. H. ML BOOTH, Agt. (Office over Taylor's Grocery Store.) OOCHOOOO00000C0000eH0OO0000CHW00SK00006000OO0OO000O 8 Distinctively Different, In Every Way the Best. Tlie WiUy tilotavlbT...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 21 December 1905

Shc TRIBUNE MX). V. HUCKHiiY Kdltor and WANS' 113 R. IICCKE.IY ( Publishers RICH 11K.L . . MfSSOVR! The "telephone lie Ai t," of coursa, J ttm kind that r1r;, answers wltli the btifcy signal. Health alarmists are martlng a erusnde agsdnst thp uso of tea. Po ware of th green pert!.- ' Bh-h b! Don't tell It. out loud, but nobody coini to have thought o.' forming It cranberry trust. ft rrmnlns to tip jtecn whether Mr Morea zi's new jrtild brick will tnra out to bo amjtbrT Ascoll cope. W, K. Vanderbllt must have liter ary ambitions. He now writes his name William KUsam Vanderbllt. A Boston paper asVs: "Are there eny honest men lu the City of New York?" Weil, Mark Twain Is there. Just by way of showing Its superi ority to other Ijitin-Anierlran repuo lies, Cuba has held a critical election peaceably. After all. the man who exercises the most graceful jee!f-restra!r.t Is th one who could have tolj us so, and diduX ruck. A ?ool deal of near-poetry was sent to M.irk Twain on his birthday. F...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 21 December 1905

The r-Ieivs of r.llssouri ST. CLAIR fJCHT ftCHLta StO CELLL PO JTS rg.C ZPt AS iriGtmaG in Australia m 'fry A long, tinrrow track curl In and out amongst the forest trees like a erat dirty yellow ribbon. In iua pour down upon It ell dsy limit, and the unceasing gtsr d(l (a 1U ugll oe. There I lio sign of moisture anywhere within eight; not a drop of water bus f!ln from th blue skle for sis tnonths past. The wheels of wgon and the hoof of horses hnva churned and kicked the surface of tb track Into fine red dust o flno that very passing breezo picks up tda powdered earth and play with It. On the straight stretche of the for t trail, the breeze carries the dual In a filmy hate. Ilka the dun-colored mist one meets with at eventide In tho China seas. Where the trail tends suddenly to right or left, the playful winds cntch up the iust and whirl It round snd round In swiftly revolving circles, lifting it higher and higher until Its topmost spirals seem to melt Into the very skies. All alon...

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