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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 20 June 1907

The Tribune. lIHKEltY& HlTKFHV, IMiMImIrT. Ct.AtDE A. PittiwN, Editor. BuWrlption price f 1.00 per yenr. r.ntorcd at tlm tttoh 11111 post Mlllee A-H wtouJ dasa matter. Isn't it strange how tho canal men quit their jobs? and so man) accept railroad positions? The two cent rate is ou now, for a trial of 90 days. But that is hardly long enough to try a change like this 6 months would be better. ' -- . A new method of floating on the water by means of newspa pers is said to have been 'origina tedby some of the young bloods of this city. See Edwin Koontz for particulars. It seems funny that a burglar iu Kansas City should take ad vantage of a young woman when asleep and kiss her, especially when there are so many wide awake who might be willing. In Higginsville, the girls have organized a "skidoo" club, who make their sweethearts "23" at 9 o'clock. The limit of 5 minutes is given to say "goodnight." Strange it takes so long to say it, isn't it? The strike among the round house men at...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 20 June 1907

I 4 I 1 Prosidonf Ooosouol? Said: "Texas is the Garden Spat of tho Lord" . 05,000 Aero Ranch of Dr. Chas. F. Clrnmon3 Mow On tho Market. .Here is Your Opportunity to Buy a Farm ct from 10 Acres to 640 and Tvo Town Lots in This "Garden Spot' for J2I0. Pay. able $10 per Month Without Interest Investigation will show that this J3.000 itcj comprises one or the finest bodies of Agricultural and Trurk Farming land Id the entire state, com nieodn; about 16 mile south of Ran Antonio and about two mile south of Pleasanton ithe county sat of Atas--cosa County . and extending through Atascosa and a part of McMulleii Counties, to wltbiA 17 miles of my C i.O )j acre Uve Oak County Kan h. which I In four months last year, sold to 4.000 Hume Seekers, on liberal terms, without Interest on deferred payments, which gives the poor man, from his lavlnKs, a chance to secure a ftrxid farm and town lot for his homo In town. I will donate and turn over o three bonded Trustees, IJjO.O'jO from the proceeds o...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 20 June 1907

TH RICH HILL TRIBUNE lU'CKKUY & Hrc KKIlY, r-.il .listn-rn. CI.M'IHJ A. 11U0WN. Editor. r.H'M HH.I MlPSOmi. King Alfonso a a Father, According to the old saving, a babo In tho house I a wellipiing of pleas urc, find i.o doubt the saying Is true tn most cases. Yet you never can tell. Something appears to depend on the station in life which tha babe ! assigned to MIL That the young king of Spnln Is a happy papa since tha fcelr to the throne arrived cannot be doubled. Yet there are ample Indica tions that the proud father Is deeply ltTiprersed with the responsibility of bringing tip the Infant In proper fash ion. The story goes that among the many articles provided to amuse and lr.Ftru-t tho child Is a large install ment of English Juvenile literature, provided out of thoughtful compli ment to the nationality of the charm Ins: mother. But here Is where Alfonso draws the line. He Is said to have overhauled the books, and finding that they were filled with English nursery Thymes 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. — 20 June 1907

HEALTH NOTES FOK JUNE. 71 i--,. X i i ? . .ir.; s. A FOR . s;;;GCATAEHn. sKii.EauPTions. wehvoushess- Spring Catarrh It a well de fined Spring dlieate. The usual tymptoms are given above. A Bottle of Pe-ru-na taken In time will promptly arrttt the course of the dieate known at Spring Catarrh. Paint Buying Made Safe White IaJ r,. I.iiiMTil Oil need sr.-umet.t, m adveilitlng t tr. tin la in 11. trWrt at the txtt snd mint ec mimic al pan t yet kisna n to mn. Tbedimiultykaa l-rn f7 the l rr lo l a! turr ol it. purity ol the white lead and oil. We bove reentered the Irsdt nurk it the iKilth H'T paiiitrr tu I llse fii.l yn4 ol qualttr, gen. umrwi and purity to pan I huters ercl.TT. l.rti lli trade nark appears the key, yi can V ure that tlic cHin t u Pur White Lead ma Je I y Ibe Old luuh i'riKcu. SEND FOR COOK a Tt t'.iat ' ! ttna. NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY tm ItttrW taf fW f. -J I. tf a a. a) ri u a., i ftW YW. IKMaM. V"r 4. ij-tm 1 l'jt A h - , A .u Vast at , aU.tJ U4 A 1U 1 SIGK 11EADAG11E...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 20 June 1907

THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Aibr t 7nr VMS. CRAXCI." ZElDs IIANEtuN." tic. CHAPTER XIV. Continued. Stoddard had left me to go to the ether cud of the platform to speak to some of the students. I followed Pick ering rather reluctantly to where the companions of his travels were pacing to and fro In the crisp morning air. As soon as Pickering had got me well under way in conversation with Taylor, he excused himself hurriedly and went off, as I assumed, to he sure the station agent had received orders for attaching the private car to the Chicago express. Taylor proved to-be a supercilious person, I believe they call hlra Chilly Billy at the Metropoli tan club. and our efforts to converse were pathetically unfruitful. The two ladies stood by, making no conceal rnent of their Impatience. Their eyes were upon the girls from St Agatha's on the other platform, whom they sould see beyond me. I had Jumped the conversation from Indiana farm values to the recent disord...

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. — 20 June 1907

mMTmmtTTTTMMTMTT Er"Darci!ns in I SPRING WASH GOODS? AT THE Money to LoftD. BAZAAR Tho most complete, line of spring and summer poods in the citj. Keep cool while the opportun ity affords itself. I bin a ft tkaaaaal loiltri f loan em uj Urmt t farm property. II. P. Eobinioa. I Dress Making Dept. is in charge of Miss Mary Davis, an ac ' cotnplihed dress maker who can snr the most fastidious. Satisfaction and tit is guaranteed. We can fit you out from head to toe in BRAKD NEW apparel. S. L AMES, B4ZMR. 3 PIIOKE NO. xx6. f LOCAL 1M1EFS. " Mrs. Fl Wapcer was a visitor at Nevada Sunday. Chas. Erwin was a visitor at Duller Monday morning.. Dr. Slater's dental office will bo closed hereafter on Monday and Tuesday. "Happy" UuU'tt was at Hume Saturday, in the interest of the Kich Hill band. Mrs. Clclia McCann and Pear McCann, of Dutler, were arrivals Thursday noon. Mrs. A. D. Holloway arrived from Cofleyville, Kan , Thursday coon, to visit Mort Dadley and family. E. Wapger, the accomodating ...

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. — 20 June 1907

Tlio Secret of A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION Now Iievealed FREE What beauty is more desirable than an exquisite complexion and rlepant jewels. An opportunity for every woman to obtain both, for a limited time only. The directions and recipe for obtaining a faultless complexion is the secret lonjr Ruarded by the master minds nf the ORIEN TALS and GREEKS. This we obtained after years of work and at great expense. It is the method used by the fair est and most beautiful women of Europe. Hundreds of American women now use it have expressed their delight and satisfaction. This secret is easily under stood and simple to follow and it will save you the expense of creams, cosmetics, bleaches and forever give you a beautiful com plexion and free your skin from pimples, bad color blackheads, etc It alone is wortn to you many times the price we ask you to send for the genuine diamond ring of latest design. We sell you this ring as one small profit above manufactur ing cost. The price is less than one...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 27 June 1907

TO?, n (fiuu syWiFsyi A HA . VlliJlli VOLUME 17 RICH HILL MISSOURI, THUHSDAY, JUJE 27, 1907. 20. j COARO Cr TRADE V.LtTING PTOMAINE rCiSGMNQ. ILGiVLB CARNIVAL GOOD MW5. k r ivy nuiis T 1tniT t T. f V t J 5. rrnTOi In! Old Members Make an Efftrt to ward Re-organizing. mer members of the old board of trade at Secy. Jno. D. Moore's office was postponed till the next evening, waen it was uetwt-u w t 1 11 j Y-frcrn'7A and take some action toward making Rich Hill & better town. Although only a few of the old members were present, there was plenty of interest manifested and Kevoral (food suggestions and plans were made which may ter minate into something beneficial. In the discussion of local en terprises was mentioned the ad vantage of a custom mill for the farmers of the country around here or any others, for that mat ter. Such an enterprise would be patronized owing to the great demand. Also the establishment of a handle factory was mention ed as it would find a ready mar ket here f...

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. — 27 June 1907

11 Cl,AVIK A. llltOWM, Editor. flnbscTlfrt-lon price fl.00 peryenr. ' F.nlered nt tho'. Kl.h IHIl pdsV- Everybody xiy talk, homo comink Kick WiUjfci3 su papeiL 'ureek lor JJich, rrrU -f. i of; ;! .Another;, .cratair,., .Mayor -i Scluqitz, ,o ,Saa , Frmxcjcp,, has been convicted of extortion.,,.3 is only one who must realize that ' Iho" vay of' tlidf tra&grteior , is iiti. surely hard. " ' " There is an increasing fic&and lor 'school teacher 1n ' thisi:state now. The tendency ' ataong' tlje ' scholars seems I to Jia .-.tovcard i other profession while this p- portunity.ia being overlooiked.-; - " ''Arthur Brisb&nd.ta .jourumal- ist, hell an interview mifcli-i Mr. .Mary, tt , Baker , , Eddy, L, he re lnowne4 .phrjstiai cenji Jcad- f(l jer, ', M.Wf,, K, W?.da.B' both mind and body. lie. also' states she talks intelligently in " a ' cleat and logical' Wnner.- He believes she is capable'of -taking y"'care 'of 'herself,1 nkd ttd'nkk' the charges against her ar c false.' ' ; tl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 27 June 1907

JURY MUST DECIDE JJiywood'f Attorneyi Asked Judj9 Wood to Direct That the Pilsoner B Acquitted THE STATE CLOSES ITS CASE The Df'ens Will Make It Opening Statement Monday Morning and Bej'n th Preicntation of Ttttimony. Bols, Idaho. June 19. The prosecu tion la the Steunenberg murder trial offered one ef lt most Important pieces of evidence asftlnKt William I. Haywood Tuesday, when, recalling Harry Orchard for re-direct examina tion. It Introduced and secured the admission of four letter tending to show that Haywood, during the fall of IflOj, when Orchard swears ho was engaged on various crime for the fed eration loaders, tad participated ia a plan to deceive Mrs:. Orchard, the second, of Cripple Creek, as to the whereabouts of her husband. The state developed It contention that as tendfng te show a conspiracy and knowledge? of the Ste unenberg crime Orchard was, without nny rv quest from biro,, furnished with coun irl within a fow days after his arrest. It first showed that Orchard a...

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. — 27 June 1907

e I 1 r THE RICH MILL TRIBUNE Hit KIUIY & HrCKl-.HV, Publishers CI.Al'DIC A. JiROW.V, Editor. rucn jirr.i.. Mi-sona. te-it!i;r a divorce easy a lying. nowadays la at t ' "n If K'i"'i I new meditating war t would not mention It. Gov. i:j-nrd Casper Stokes of Now jersey wns at otic time a teacher In a ! i ih o school. Chickens in t ho clly are A luxury whether they be In the back yard or on the dinner table. in the blessed eta of airships nn cue will be able til wreck the traius by pulling tip the rail. Caruso's s.iliiry U JJ'j.'i.O'tt) a yar. J I ousht to te Able to have hi own private monkey house on that. Thore Ss one thing to bo said In fu Vor of a backward spring. It short ing the reason for mad dog scares. Census statistics say that only ono woman in five works, Put the other four li.Hf father and others busy. Secretary Root must have feuild Food dyspepsia cure, for ho says the world Is all right and growing better. i. . It is quite natural tbkt the roofer should have hifh a...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 27 June 1907

iieMjmTpse 13 OFTEN PREVtNTEO BY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS. Taken When tha Flrat Warning Symp toms Ara Noticed Much Neoifivs Suffering May E Saved. Are yon troubled with jnulor, Ins of pi rita, whmi of Jicat pciinjf over tho tody, short na of lir.itU after alight fi-rtion, a xcn!iitr alippiiiir of tha licart beat, poor dirtIon, chi extremi ties or a feeiuiff of Y-eijfht ami fuilm-? Do not make the mUtako of lliinkiu that thrift are Uiwiisc in themselves ami 1)0 aalUuVil with temporary relief. TIu it t!ia way tlm iicrvot pivo warn Ifjt that tlicy are trkir. down. It pimply menu that, tlm blood h.it beooma impure and cannot carrTCii inli nourish-ni-tjt to the wires to keep thorn lieallhjr ami al io to do their work. Kt, alone, will sometime rive tlxi rtce-d-d reli f. The tonics treatment by Ir. Willi.ims' Pink Pills, however, irv Tent the fimil breakdown of the m-Tve and the luire serious dinjv-g which follow, liwans the pilU iKt directly upou the impure, tlood, making it rich, red ami...

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. — 27 June 1907

THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES I7 Wf-KEDiTil NICHOLSON Amhof t "TMf MM CfUMCE." ZELD4 BAn:mN." tic. !ljHllg out lllo tlw; "I i "l-.ttlytil Ja.- lblfft-Mwrnil (.v. CHAPTER XV Continued. was eavesdropping on my own f-he salj hurriedly, ami with i - r.t .1 r of fnalify. "1 was thore by In t :'i-m. Biid ' there as anotV-r hint ' : tr.p tsmo-uhantpr in the tuirlh U'at ft r,c I to buMile for a moment in ! -r tnrop.t "it's too bad jou did not vn me, for I tad on my prettiest i. ' n. and the fog wasn't good for it. II::' ou knw as much of what was said .23 t ;!.. You are a man, and I have I Karl that jou hava had some cupori-:t-:e i.i taking tar 3 of yoiiistlf, Mr. Cl.'narui." ' T.! '-.a sure; but there are times " "Yea, there are times when the odds i rather heavy. I have noticed tl-at i.iy:, if." f-'he eitiiied. but for an instant a si 1 look came into her eyes a look t'.it vasut.Iy but inilsteutly suszested nmfiwr time and !ace. "I want you to come back," I naid unn.;.. tor tne tram was...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 27 June 1907

? J TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT' We have tho finest lino of WASH DRESS GOODS 3 iu the city tliat wo are selling very cheap. Come in and Cay Yaar fourth o! Jcly Dress now. Our Black Dress department is com plete la E Voiles, Pananu, Chiffon, r M. a a lorenio, mcuiioo and many other fabrics that will make tine skirts to fro with dainty waist or in full suits. Be sure and look at E Cur Line of Shoes before buying. If you have never worn a White House Shoe, try them and know what it is to have your feet com fortable. C Butter Brown Shoes for the Boyi and Girls, j American Beauty Corsets will make American Beauties of all the ladies that wear these corsets. Money to Ion. I have a few tfceuMtd dollara to Ion on eiy Urni cm pod farm property, H. P. Robinon. S. L AMES, BAZAAR. PH03E VO. 116. AttLkLLkLkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk LOCAL HAPPENINGS. NuitsiNG Anyone necdinjr the services of a nurno apply to Mrs. M. C. Neat, at J. C. ilaoley resi dence, corner Walnut and Fay ette, till Prof. C. M. Leedy was ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 27 June 1907

h 1 1 y . An ounce of Pre vention is worth a K pound of Cure. A fe!4 in 1 2 r ' K "1 A: la worth mrro to onca health than any other mrdIcino known. Do not 1111 your ftomsch with nnJciTic, calomel, quinine and dobilitato the ryptrra, leaving symptoms that it takea years to obliterate, lierbico is purely vegetable containing nothing . Injurious, ami is n, gntlo harialcoa purgative. r TP PC CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND VUivCO FEVER, DYSPEPSIA, MALA RIA AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS. Does More Than Wc Claim; Ion C Morrison, Kisplrnmee, Fla. vvrlfos: "I hare msnd aovorul bctilr of Heroine myself and have advised several of my frieDda to ur-o samo. I havo found it to b th best modicino for the liver I ever used, ltactagent ly at the ssiDie tiino thoroufrhly." PLEASINQ PRICE 5oc. MARA1LESS id Ballard Snow Liniment Co. S0OSQ2 North Second Street. ST. LOUIS, MO. Sold and Recommended by OPERA DRUG STORE. Read this paper every week. $1. The Secret of A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION Now Revealed FREE What beauty...

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. — 4 July 1907

. 1(1 e 1 VOLUME 17 RICn HILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1907. SO. 44 i 1 DIJ f LOCAL HUIKFS. J J. F. Kerns was down from Butler Friday. Mrs. Kininun and Miss Ilattie Hatcher were Butler visitors Friday. If you receive a copy of this paper, take the hint and sub scribe. Van Smith departed for Wood ard, Okla. Friday noon on an ex tended vis We will give you the Tribune and the New Idea magazine one year for $1.00. Mrs. Charles Hurst 'and little daughter were visitors at Butler the latter part of last week. Clyde Allen arrived from Smithville, . Texas Thursday morn'meona visit to homefolks. Lumber has been unloaded in the Mo. Pacific yards for the new hridt'pa across the drainage ditch. Watt Dawson and W. O. Jack son. of Butler, were at Mc : last waek, and stopped over here be tween trains. A fine sidewalk and crossing is being put down at the corner of Mh and Park Ave., as well as many other places on the main streets. Mrs. W. C. Stonebraker ar rived home from Belton, Mo., Friday uo...

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. — 4 July 1907

The Tribune JticKF.nyA lhiKKiiv, PuHlt-hrs. o"a!ik a. 'n!!.)w, r.oitor. .Vubwrfptlon price f 1.00 per your. Kntered at the l;lch 5 till post o I Vice a si-cond class innttcr. With the different candidates for president in the tie! J, the Republican party can take a few Knox and still put the enemy to route. ' Putnam county now has local option on the saloon question. It's safe to say that there, ore others awakening to the. evil and asserting themselves. Secretary Taft seotns the saf est Republican presidential pos sibilty. lie is a strong man, prominent in political affairs and the President's choice, and tviil likely be nominated. Many of the farmers, a3 well as others who are complaining about want of cars, would have all they wanted should. the Dem ocrats get in power. The trou ble is, would they need them. President Roosevelt is quoted &3 saying he would run again if assured of one southern state, lie can have them all if he choos es to run, as he stands today the most prom...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 4 July 1907

6 AN OLD tiOLDIER'S GRATITUDE. Hi Buy Wonderful Hat for Hit Ban cfaclrcaa Who Aided Him In Get ting a Penalon. Letter from Washington made It apparent It was In' the year 1S91 that Helnrlch Hetnbach waa going to receive back pemlon, dating from 105. liadly wounded during the civil war, he had applied for penwlon, and then forgotten It Now, applying un der the disabilities art of 1SS0. hla oil claim bad been revived. From my observations of the claim ant and the witnesses who acorripn led him when he came to niy office, I was sure that Helnilcb would need mie counsel and admonition when he should unexpectedly acquire two or three thousand dollars, gays Ada C. Sweet in the Chicago Journal. So I wrote to him, awklrtg him to call upon tr.e. bringing with htm his wife. He came, with Mrs. Helnbarh, a sensible, hard-working, kindly woman. the mother of four welt grown chil itren. I broke the news of their com ing good fortune, and Helnrlch prora Wed to take hla wlf with him when he drew hi...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 4 July 1907

THu RICH HILL T n ! D U N H iiffKrnY f.- iir ki:hy, Pum.m;. CHI A. I ii(1VN', l-MK.ir. rich hill. 777T....". . Misona. . The lr.ipor'.inc of Pits. With the exception of tho famous Tlrrr, nobody has yet found a success f.i! nitho!j of getting rid of rt. Ways and means we have nil si-en sj vertlsed in the street enrs and news papers, and yet other methods we have now onl then heard ploassntly narrated In the course of polite con versation. Hut these deal wi'h the rat as an individual with our personal rat, so to tpeak; and invention has yet to find the way of annihilating en tire communities. For such a solution of the "rt problem" the department cf agriculture has recently stated that It would libTa"y reward the inventor. The rst. Individually, Is a n'liH.Kire; the rt cnttortjvely, n acitinl drnln upon the legitimate profirs of Ameri can agriculture. Reduced to probable figure this yearly tix, levjed and suc cessfully collected ty a counties? army of rodents, reaches a surprising tot...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 4 July 1907

Happenings "God" Country. "CmkI'b country" U t aairie j11 d lo ninny rKl"!i by tl il U.'in hero in. Mlitmrn-l 1,hh, tumcva, a county wbtrti artualljr bear th tinmo of God a Country. This U Miniiu-ail county, im-ru-d fr.uii tho Iii'liim word im-aiiins; Ci'i or (Jrit Piilril, riU-s Walter Williams. Nar ilia mouth of Uip iloi:!trau (Matilto) rlviT .-t-M't that i.olnt and tl.o Missouri rlvtT the fir-t sctthra found on a column of rock at the bluff of tbe Missouri a eculjtturw and painting of a coUfcs;l fisure, Tho Indian!", ttho occuil-l tho country cn the arrival if the first while men, had do tradition of It r.rlp'n. They bad for It r vrronct and admiration, called it M:uiiti and wor shiped It at Its biifc Whether the work was done by the mound builders or by an Intel mediate ract' b'l- u tbe u:ounJ builders and an earlier or later racr, we may, perhai'S, never kuow, nor may we know what i.lfrnient waa used that re.-'.sted the eU-mnits and the ravaj;es of time and renialned dihtlncl a...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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