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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 6 March 1902

Por.tho noxt 00 daya wo will sond Tho Tri buno to now oubscri boro 1 yoar for 60 cts. Old subscribers payiir ; up in nontGO daya wo will rcnow thoir Sub scription at 50c a year. BEE JL JlnJLJlj VOLUME IS KICII UILL, MIHSOUUI. TIIUitfOAY, MAflCil 0, tOOJ. !. Set y um n m m ii.i in; ranxocraxxamxnxDC? WALL PAPER i Nice new styles in good goods sold lor less here than the price asked by oth ers for old style damaged goods. Nice white blanks worth 5c, for tc ro11- Nice white blank and glim mer worth jc for 3c roll. Nice white blanks, reds, blues and golds, worth 9c, for Qc a .roll. Our line is the lar gest, our prices the lowest. Come and see our line, if what y ! we say isn't true g don't buy. OPERA DRUG STORE D. B. HlCkiY, Prop. Rich Kill, : : Missouri. r trrrrrnni 1 ixjl ret. ?, f LOCAL IffllEHS. 'Big Four' mine, near Arthur, cpened for work Monday. Get your job work done at Tht Tbibi'NE office. Whv posi't vou figure with u before you spend your monev?-N.' Johannes & Son. Mr. V. ...

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 March 1902

The Tribune .1 I). I'. IM KKIIY, . ' rmiu a, riimimn t.dt kartaiirl I'll I'M. ).ri, 4 ar-rlt lol-Uataai I - M.'i'S. .. lt K.f I. LllfKI . ffiftnl .cr-ft.)- to tht act el Onngrraf In th . eft ( KkK Hill, . (rtnrl cit4 mail aiarrt 1. ' LA t'w ; .'? v. pedal Notice to Our Reader. This paper is on file at the office of The Chicago Inter Ocean, 106-loS-no East Monroe btreet, Chi cago, where our readers will "be courteously greeted who 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 tient to any one interested in the subject and should be taken advan tage ot Does anybody know ot any Re publican holding office in Missouri under Democratic appointment? It cost the state under Republican rule $170,000 to collect the revenue of the state. It costs under Demo cratic rule $350,000 for the se...

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 March 1902

i'tn1.1niiil from rWond I'njpv) cttved the TiIiicb in tin Jobly. In moment he returned itli the Prince nd Dr. von Uolkbcn, the German ambassador, and the visit on took seats on the rostrum. Senator Frye, after assuming the chair, handed to the Prince the stenographic report ot the business which had immediately preceeded his entrance and His Ugliness evidenced the greatest intrrett in the proceedings, glancing from one lace to another avith to ap pearance o( quick perception. He remained io the chamber about twenty minuttt, giving close at tention to the remarks of the sena tors and left only at the suggestion of the ambassador. His entrance was marked by brief applause, but at he left the senators rose to their feet and remained ttandirg until the Prince and his escort had pass- ed down the middle aisle and out i of the main door. Those captious cnttica who have been harping on what Ibey have been pleased to term "truculent sycophancy" in the government's reception ot Trince Henry,...

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 March 1902

pKAiiiir: (mtv. I li t.n:; I .Mil ti.H Willi hi T u ii n'i Ii v i.f (.! !i our Ti !i i Hint Iiji turn miMit'tn1(l for p.'lwt f'MV t:t HSi l count f iicnvy nimv 1 1 i-ift . 'J ' I j i k is hc Mnui-Kt mow tlti WTlt'T lui Kl eft t!!(0 l"elj, lss2. A , J. .Iiilumt on our diei ne iiminvnn piidiv liouwl on tln ro! home from 1(k county K' .'it Jat ivii'k, I J. . Stimlevwlrlli rcturueil from j Kt, lyouin pint Wcdncwdny where lie lml Iiith to purvlmart his stock of spring nml summer Iry jrooila nnil r'liocH. Our ni'houl uiiiicr tlie able matinee, inent of I'rof. l'ollix k Ik prog-reHHlnjr. flncijv We nre In ! tj,f of n Maniple copy, of 1 lie liockvillc Mnr which Kecnistei 1h m iiewi-y lit tie Mi.-et. We fclao inot tln i:illtorl;ist Siitiinlny In our little City nnil wan iu vi it'll to lil anntttni Our c1h-h Co. wt out 2700 Hut' of .nicy cliifw lift tvifk. Peter Hurt of Hnppy Hill was via Itinjj; . W. Smiilerwlrth nml family l;i..t tSitnilay. The Mrs K. Joliiwtcm phwe one in He fust of Priilr...

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 March 1902

For tho noxt 60 days wo will Bond Tho Tri buno to now subscri bers 1 year for 50 cts. Old subscribers pay in:; up in noxtOO dayo vo will ronow their Sub scription at 50c a year. 5: VOLUME 19 UICII HILL, SflaSOUir, TUCKS DAY, MABCI! 13, 1904. 2f. 2T tf 7"" a IKE WALL PAPER BARGAINS. ; Nice new styles in good goods sold lor less here than the price asked by oth ers for old style damaged goods. Nice white blanka worth 5c, " for 1c roll- Nice white blanks and glim- inert worth 7c (or 3c a roll. Nice white blank, reds, blues and gold, worth 9c, lor Qc a roll. Our line is the lar gest, our prices the lowest. Come and see our line, if what we say isn't true don't buy. OPERA DRUG STORE 0. B. MCKIY, Prop. Rich Kill. : : Missouri. pa,tt Hue acrrsnn UUUUUUEX. f LOCAL BRIEFS. Lamp chimney No. a. 6c; No. t, 4c. Bazaar. Get your job work done at The Tatai'KE office. " As many people are coming to Rate county as are leaving it, and till more will come. Why poh'v you figure with us before you spend...

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 March 1902

Tim Tribune. . V. H I M I- H V, filth A. IKlTK4tO. HlUfUM fuhltrhara. al'm!.loi KH. '-'V-, t . M0 I .AO 1 ht9 Mnrnh. ,S Sinyir C4......M..46 1 nrTi( r.".1ina In Iht rt M Cimf re la th flMi .!, ( Kt.h H-ll, tuonij d nil! naitn UiVt s,-!i ' V, r i -Jan ivuoelik has riddled over $6o,ooo. out of American pockets and fiddling is still good. In Lis last week's issue Cot. Wade run out of Democrats, and got down to plain good citizens who are candidates for Democratic nom inations for office. ' In iS67-Sthe state treasurer got $t,6ooforthe contingent expenses of his otTice. The present State Treasurer receives $12,500 for his contingent expenses. In iS6j and 6S the contingent expenses of the office of Slate Su perintendent of Schools was $1,500. Mr. Carrington gets $5,000 lor the same expenses, which enables bim to give ample time to try to marshal the teachers of the state under the banner of democracy. General Grant's grandson has gone to work as a mechanic in an electrical plant at Pitts...

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 March 1902

intsirrs sur. Whrrrrta M. II. f 'lirmtnln niel J. M OinMntu. Iht IihkIkiikI, Ijj-tlwlr cer tain ilvl of IniHi, dntvil tlie.'nil(lny of (Ktolwr, J ssi I, ami morle In tti iss'oriJiT'n oilim within ntul for lutes county, MtxHoiirl, In book U)i nt !?W, rnnvt ji'fl to W. JI. Kiirl, irntf, the following li wrilM'd rnl l(f, sliiutte, l.ilnjr ami U'lni( In tin- county of I Intra, In thfl Hint? of MlNmiurl, and iiiorw juir tlrulnrlr 1ihm rl!H- im f.llu x,t o-n u: Lot No. Tlm(3) In Mta-k No. Mm t.Tii (19) In tint t-lty of Ith-ti Hill, Hates ronnty, MlHMourl, which coavfj'niKH" was iniiiloln trtiwt fo w eurv t)tt n,viiMul of oiHusTtitln not fullr drwrllKMl In Mild It1 of trust; nnl w hrrrnH, thcutild ihiil of trust provlihn tht In tlie nWm-e, death, rvfutwi! to net, ftp., of ttn said W. II, Kurliw truw na aforrttnitl, the (then) nctliiK sheriff of Itntearount-, Missouri, nt the ivtiueat of the lernl' owner and holder of utild not", may procwvl to eiecute the trut lu said deed of trunt created...

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 March 1902

Lsa u mil at utuuivi : ' 3 L ' I ' i 'J ' 1 1 B ' tO Nvi-r before lias our store been mi Jail of staple ami seasonable goods as now, carefully' bought, which places us in a position to makaVLRY LOW; I'lUCSS oo fitst-clars good3. We do not bna!t that we give goods away, but we .will eae you money on the following lines: Conic in and see us for General Hardware, Stoves, Quick Meal Steel Ranges and Gasoline Stoves Rcirigcrators, Tinware, Granite ware, "Vickie and Silver-Fluted Ware,, Pocket and Table Cutlery, All; ICiruIs of Mixed Taints, Lead and Oils, Guns and Ammunition, Barb Wire, Nails, Hog and Field Fencing, Poultry Netting, Garden Tools, Grass and Flax Seeds, Har ness and Harness Extras, Collars, Fads, Rope, Haying Tools, Miner's Tools and Supplies, All Kinds cf Pumps, Wind Mills, Farming Implements, Buggies, Wagons, etc., etc. . 'ranges. We sell the famous Quick Meal Steel Range, positively the best zni most economical Range on the market, IMPLEMENTS. We are slashing; prices on...

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 March 1902

J The no j Tv ncr VOLUME ia UICII HILL, MIHSOCIU. TIIUllSDAT, MAHC1I S9. I IK). Se. S WALL PAPER BARGAINS. ; e Nice new styles in good goods sold ior less here than the price asked by oth ers for old style damaged goods. Nice white blanks worth 5c, . . . mil IOT w W Nice white blanks tod glim. R mere worth 7c tor 3c a roll. Nice white blanks, reds, blues sod golds, worth 9c, for K 5c roll. Our line is the lar gest, our prices the lowest. Come and see our line, if what we say isn't true don't buy. OPERA DRUG STORE D. B. KICtvLY, Prep. RlcbEJU, : : Mlssoorl. K'wwJrrTinrrnnt nana ann LOCAL IMilfitfS. 500 vehicles from $33.00 up, at Johannes & Sons. Ed Chapman has packed his stock of groceries and will move to Gas CitJ, Kentav Carl Stonebraker was able to be on the street Tuesday after a short bot severe tussle with ta grippe. The revival meetings at the M. E. Church, South, are starting off well and promUc much good. j The Farm Implement Co., are unloading a car cf implements. J. M...

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 March 1902

The Tribune. . r. hi'ckc.ht, rKitrar a. r iuitbaho. K4ltora1 rkllfcr. abaerlplloKnti !. I TV.. WmfM. S A-r Vaf .. hi Momlm... .! lor.at . Fita?d iccorttlnf If) lh ! C onj-r... la Xa offi.t a Rick Hltl, wouaa clk mrM mcm KI "HSfiri -rr.- '-ir 5.11 The Boer actually don't em to know when they are whipped. ...... One of those steamboat accidents we used to read about Jo our boy hood days, occurred a few days ago just below Vicksburg, Miii. About twenty lives were lost A tornado caused the disaster on this occasion It us-ed to be. boiler explosion altogether. Prince Henry has come and gone. Hi. visit wilt be a pleasant rtcni rsicense in less than six oibnths' and in less than twelve months it will have been entirely forgotten. - Thus will the depth of the impression bis visit made upon the American people be measured. The Governor of Indiana has just gotten through appointing . a , large number of men on boards of penal and benevolent institutions in Indi ana,, snd most of the apointees...

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 March 1902

(Continue J from and I'g) gainst turh a rule, RIhhiIiI lien dcrson trvl Tuvne petit in intro ducing the measure without the rule we will join the Democrats and mend the bill vntil it become a general tariff reform measu.e." Representative lleatwole of Min nesota h introduced bill remov ing th duly on wood pul and lowering the duty on print paper. Thit bill o manifestly in the in eitt of the newspapers of the country that they are all expected to aupport it. "Ibe newpapa re paying tribute to the paper trut" aid Mr. tleatwola to me yesterday, "and they think it i bout time that they shoulJ be af forded aome relief." TRlSUt'S SUf. Whereas M. H. I'huataln ftnd J. M. Chaatnln, hT liuximnd, by tlit-lr cer tain dvd of tnixt, dntrd t lie 22nd day of . October, ll. atil recorded tn the recortWa office- w ithin and (or IlAte county, Mlxmiurl, In book 102 nt wikp 234. conveyed to V. L Furliost, iruaUw. the followiiiic (lo srrltied real ette, altunte, lying and being in tlw county of Bate, In t...

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 March 1902

KUTII. Htii-tt1y I' ll us, wn tUnt am Will. lYli(-iitii,,v I Oil tllO 1( W lint. Ir. Ilinctt 1 1lu ntlfii'Ilrtur i.liyntcdin MW lit'iiii (tt.?a nii'l I.uta I.' Jtirn.-tl went to Hctln'1 to yreiu Smivlny. Si. Put rick 'ft ilny t nn-i no t.'iJcm i'tintcl yet. v I). j'ift'lli nii'l fjHiilly went to l:ih Hill FhikI.ij- to n ffimlly re union. Mn. C"h fdthor ftmi mother, Mr. nnd Mm, J. M. Krnnrtt Mill go to VnMnjfton this week. J. A. Iinrron went to Illch HP Kfiltmlny, WMn't At home yet Mon tiny, lie went to tho mcjvllon At yt HecMen'ft Moiirtny KWcrt In honor of Knoch HeduVn and. brtiL." AVe extend congrntulntlons to the )"I'Py couple. - . , . l'tin Itooji received a package of Kiinleti .(! from tVnliJnKtoh( nnd Is very mnch rl."ncl with thorn. Inn iwiy think DeArmoniJ writ them caune he In mu ll a foot! lViiiwrHt7) but vc think It In All on Account of our writing no much About Pan's We rvRTotod to hear of the death of Jerviuliili Crown of Austin, nn- tioiinwd In lnt week Tkibcne. Uncle ...

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 March 1902

one ; 1 JRJBUNEo JLJULV volume ta UICII HILL, Bf IM40UIM, TflURSMAY, MARCH ST, ISKr. 5, Si nenen WALL PAPER BARGAINS. Nice new styles in good goods sold tor less hero than the price asked by oth ers for old style damaged goods. Nice white blankt worth 5c, for 1c roll. Nice white blankt nd glim men worth 7c for Qc a roll. Nice white blank, rede, bluet and golds, worth oc, (or Qc a roll. Our line is the lar gest, our prices the lowest. Come and see our line, if what we say isn't true don't buy. OPERA DRUG STORE D. 6. RICKEY, rro?. Rich Kin, : : Kfcjcsrl. aMt LOCAL BRIEFS. 500 vehicles from $JJ.oo up, at Johannes & Sons. The building occupied by U. B. Morton is being repaired and sew If painted. A large Mock of guns and am mu nition. Jehsnoes & Sobs. John Grill ol Pleasant Gap township hat told hit farm to Mi . W. C. Thornburg ol Cast count) Iowa. Mr. Thornburg will not move to his farm ootil fall. A full car load of sewing ma chines from fit 00 up, at Joban nes & Sons. Geo...

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 March 1902

The Trihune ij O. tf. IM K "V. rnir.; a. rKiTCHARn. HMIlnrrsnrt rohll.Imra. fcscrl prior, It tat 1fn Vrfcf ...... bit MamX...-. 0 I fcitsgie Coir .... ...OS Entered awrtJtnf ttj tm .vl el ConfreB.la Rw l Rl. Mill, Twnd rJ.U !! ltm & 'I .V i 1 ' 1C 1 - The first Rhine steamer made its trips from Rotterdam to Cologne in 1S16. Gold coin lose t per cent ol its weight in 50 years, silver the same mount in 10 years. Now that Prince Henry has re turned to Eurooe we can turn our attention to the Easter bonnet. Mixed figures seem to be troub ling the Democracy of Missouri just now more than mixed drinks. After the decision of the supreme court in favor of the Rio Grande Dam Company, no doubt the losing party said the same thing down at the tavern. In the fourteenth century the slaughter of women and children after a town or castle had been tak en by storm was one of the most common occurences of war. It looks very much now as though Pension Commissioner Evans will go. If he had gone two ...

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 March 1902

K I f AChancofor tho Boy or Girl. Do j i u want Ut earn hrnitiful watch! If so, a little time nm! csi ctgy will accomplish tlie mull. The KJipc, thai is 'ie ;' 01 this heautitul wiilch, fiivrn iumiv free o( tlmie with cvuy 10 nib iciihm t The Weekly Jo'irnnl. Our proposition t Any I oy or riiI who will fcoiuie or u 10 o tcriptiini tu The Kan City Weekly Journal t the irguUr ! iciiplion pin e 15c per year rach, making; a lotnl of ft 5. tni) Ut the name ami adiiiee, tos;tth- er with the money, we will mail to him or her. pontic prepaid, one A tk or iiriwr . t. ' ll4, l (..l.! Krr Iraw W.siir, 8. A. Lattlutera, uf li'--h,tftr, N. la a Utter to lit Hum Yw.k Tiihur,, Th Md announceniMit of the death i t Mn. Jeuny CI C'roly r?alla a ie J.htful Incident ol tvvi'iU cumrnr-ni i go, -.ken I had Ui id.ss.uro it'i meet ly her at Ijng Dram h. In the course of a moat tutereating coovrmitlou, I ventured to ask her to fclv rn tho trim origin of bar well Iihiwh com tie 1 'hmie of "Jmrj Juut," of whi...

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 March 1902

'i 1 1 l;- (.nJ.iii CJ.;ti i.f Aililnn l '..'i'lf dMiiip p"n1 wurV, Hid Kicri' 1m !.i ': k uf -:i! mntilfi atoil nt iii-t In if. Tin' tli ri'hl Ii ik c I'nijH-rt.r i'l If. L. l'ilrl tiring removed to II naton 2. fitMKli.rt. Itov. M'li-r movi-il tiU fiiiiiily from Tiiwry t'lty totlii j lnco lat Wed- J".d Tut tic offer hi ix'hIiIchc prop. -t't.r for hiU lit n lnrKili). . i Tlie It. I. I. Cirrlcru fire pcttlnjr rcmly to ntnrt upon their route on 1 lit flrnt (Ihj of April. Democratic cnmlMittra nrc horlnff lltn pciplf every tiny, uwp people linvc dowd their doom upon them. A. C Ncwcomh linn nnunuiHcd na n ciithlldntcfor ninynr. A ns. Motnly vlll bo a candidate for livirtihal. W. V. Pnrlh wn clerk nt Kd. LyinpUH rude Tucodny. I). F. Andes left Ttiendny to "visit hU farm In wcxtcrn Knnsnct, ami to make nonip needed Improvement. Chan. Haa in clearing1 off ground for lilrt new brick fclorc liaildlng.' MIhs Ktliel Ixffler closed a very pv.cceto'ul U nil of Mhiiul iiearPnxnir foni!y, AVltnto ...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 3 April 1902

HE voiajmu 1 men rill, mmovDt, tiiuesdat, april 3, itto. ft I - sj 8 What make our Soda Water taste to good is its quality. Everything used in j the makiiif. is First Qvali- j TV pure B u The Witter i pure nml sparkling, o The be H U pure rmd clenn. rj The Cream H (h pure mid rkh. gj Tlie Flavors W nre pure..... nnd deliilou. g The Fruit niv the tet ttml frexh. H People who know our soda g go ou of their way, if neces- U sary, to get it. It is so satis- tying, so refreshing, so full of R what they want in good soda, w They come and come again W that's what we're working for constantly, because we want regular customers who know our Quality. OPERA DRIG STORE 0. B. IllCktY, Prop. Rich Hill, : : Mlssonri. THE LATEST IN LACES. Ikiit't win! nwny from homo for put U rns. I hnve Jtmt nv ivcl n full Hue of f nilirie PATH XNH l"Jli l'OIXT LACK, DCCIIKKS AND lAATTKXliLT.U. lit llun.lkervlsi f. Collars, I Mile. Center rhw, etc. Aln.i the material tor work- My Millinery Stock Is Complete, All 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. — 3 April 1902

Tim Tkihunh ,) I . HI ( h I tt l , Cf HIA A, l"rtlTCJAIU. r.itltrCKtit Pnhllhr. O i. V !. I Tht.f Mor.iKt St. lioYiih . .Att I Si-t C"i. .OS t ntrrt (rrtrliiif t- l.e I ol Conjee. in Iht 7J The :in!ilary force in the Philip pine is to be reduced to 15,000 men. There seems to he a rift in the war cloud in South Africa and a gleam of peace appears. Let II. Clay Evans make the most of his resignation, but he was let out because he had to go, and this door swings easiest. The pension committee ol the house has agreed by common con sent to report in favor ot a $5 000 pension for Mrs. McKinley. Thats a tremendous fee, $203.00, that Stone offers to pay the attorney that will prosecute him for slander ir,g the Globe Democrat, Bill Phelps aid J. II. Cook. He must hope the suit will be commenced in Ver- tion county. The jury in the Patrick murder trial in New Yotk City rendered a verdict of guilty against Patrick f t';cr a deliberation of two or three flouts after a nine weeks trial. This ste...

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

Miiinto'a .MUtnttA Mntii Miill-r on Hiinini.T ilny N-t ll lu ll In A lnniil new ivny. t Miiiiilo, J mi M a n i My nM, Tr.thitf tlit riirnl life n whirl. I Kh i'iivi'm-iI h n. w ith IIiimc) Kiiy, I.lnnl It Htnmly w lllt new niuwii liny, I'llli'il It lilrrly with I'KK" '"! tln'11, hilaiiiMl to h.ik f'ir n likely licit. (lilt III tl flork wit-Hod tuio, A lid tlli'II Ih' tllll;;llt tllllt tin work WI1M JiHI. It would lmvo lovn, hut thin tul- ll! It'll lll'll Kto.xl 11 J y mid riu-klod "iviiilii'il !" itlnl then MiiiiiIi Miiller ciiino niiil l.'i hurt cur irl Iyookod coldly Into tint irortturr Tlnti tU'.l It h a t tht 1ms, Von lit I know Imw to milk J'oi) met." Hut MM It Mood mid woro nil. I worm Shrirkcil forth Ita wrotijrH to tin uul verm", Klikod over tin liox with tlnwl 7iy, And ln!loiuliilo!iIy fl;j''cl hiviij, Then ii b.id hoy over tho barnyard fonoo. Tivdioed: "Sny Minido, there' n lif- forellCtr 'TH'ii lion, you know, nnd 1 that im eny Kn-doot!" nnd one any Ku-ilfll!' Then .Mutid...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 3 April 1902

1 la M i m hi i P ?; 1 1 it 'ft m p m p i v i 1 iii T7 r9 en. an V 17 ILL SELL YOU !i lbs. Dest Granulated Sugar SI. 00 8 lbs. Good Coffee 1.00 to lbs. Coffee . 1.00 6 lbs. Navy Deans . -25 6 lbs. Tink JJcans . .25 4 lbs. Lima Ueans 25 3 lbs Good Raisins -25 6 lb Good Prunes -25 6 lbs. GooJ Rice...- . -25 16 Boxes of Greenwich Lye . 100 8 lbs of Ilomin Flake .25 io lbs. Cracked Hominy -25 FLOOR miD FEED. 50 lbs Farmers Choice. ,.. .Q5 50 lbs Anteiope High Patent 1-00 50 lbs Chef (best on earth.) 110 100 lb Sack Bran, 1-15 100 lb Sack Shorts 1-25 100 lb Corn Chops... 1-50 1 00 lb Wheat Chops 1-55 The above Prices are only a few of the many Bargains I have for you. Come, let ut show you our good3 and prices. AVe sell for Spot. Cash, and can sell you goods cheaper than any merchant that sells on credit. Bring your produce to us. We will give jou the very highest price for it in cash or trade. Call and get prices on Pure MINNESOTA SEED POTATOES, Before You Buy. Yours, KEITH. That benntW...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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