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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 12 December 1907

The Tribune Urn. 1'. Hi TKKiiY, Nannie It. HrcKKriy, I'.JHors hiiil rultlUhcrM. fulmcrlpt Uin price 1 1. 00 prr year. rntn(l Ht the Ktch pwt liocil Option carried in BatC3 county last Tuesday by an over whelming majority. Duller pave ! . .;! option a majority of IC'3. Vfhat Rich will da to day la ; the only question now to settle 'for the next four years. The majority in the county isVabout 2,000, showing that the people are opposed to the open saloon. The Disgrace of Russia. General Stoesel, the hero of Tort Arthur, is on trial for his life in Russia. ' "With 22,000 men within the fortifications of that ill-fated fortress, 15,000 of these in the hospital, and no hope of J relief from any source, his sol dierly judgement told him, as an . act of common humanity, he should save the lives of those gallant men by an honorable sur render to the inevitable, however humiliating it might be to his own and bis nations military pride. Instead of being tried for his life he should be honored ...

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. — 12 December 1907

WAS IN TEXAS NAVY. Early But Interesting Bit of History of ton Star Republic. The recent death at Ienvcr, Colo., jf John Flerson Tltcomb, the last sur vivor of the old Texas navy, in the lays when Texas was an independent epubllc, recalls the fart that the Ixine Star state, with her little navy, dit tome very pood "fighting on sea as ell as mi land In the days of Hous ;on, Howie, Crockett, Milam and Tra fis. who were the pre.it heroes of the ar between Texas and Mexico. John Fierson Tltcomb. like about M'ervbody e!i-e In that little Texan lavy, was a "sailor of fortune," a S'ew Hampshire boy, hoving been join in that Elate In 1S17. When a rear old his parents moved to Ied iam. Mass. In this state he was edu rated and worked until he was 20 rears of age, when he went to Calais, Fought for Two Hours. Me., to enter mercantile life with his jrother. He was of an adventurous dlsjiosl Hon. and the struggle which Texas an maklr.it for Independence at this Jnie s:;T attracted his attention ...

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. — 12 December 1907

THC RICH HILL TRI3UNZ IICCKKBY & nVCKV.nX. Publishers. men iiili Misorm. lie who I a glutton for praise will b a gudgeon for secret laughter. A rlrh end truthful saying In an im perishable clinker In the ash heap of humanity. You never hear of a woman over SO Insisting on Haying merely that ah Is of lepal ne. Oh, the pity of It! The smart young man often lacks Judgment and conn-a to grief. Tyranny, barbarity, anarchy and death are the milestone! in the high way of despotism. Great Iirilain formerly lived with out railroads, but It would hate to have to do so a sain. A Russian aristocrat at whom no bombs are thrown must feel that he is completely out of the swim. The latest thing captured by Ral sull Is the town of Mogador. Some day thia man will capture something worth having. The arch, say the builder. Is the strongest thing known. This may be the reason these are o man)' bow legged football players. They're going to put a clock In the Eiffel tower. - It will serve as ft sym bo...

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. — 12 December 1907

Happenings A Butler Dog Story. A lIUlo Incident showing Hip fidel ity of dot; to bin mater ocrnrn-d in llHtlt-r recently according to a local JiHnt. Juki about dark a f.irm-r paxn In K al'K ll)" went aide of the square accidentally dropped from hi wneuti a sack of rorn. Ilia (1k. a black and while beast, half bull do and the j ou.t-r 11.1. i Juki idlu cl.. aw th tack fall, and Instead of continuing on with the waiton stopped and took up a position whew he could watch It. Ho stayed there all nlxht, and when the morning earn he wag still on duty. Some one on th west Bide cf the square, noticing with what faithfulness he Iliad kept his vUll, pave him a good breakfast, and when his master came for the mick he ex hibited evidences of great Joy. Munchausen Outdone. For his pride's sake it is to be hoped Ilaron Munchausen did not nee this in the MeU Times: "A Ilacoa township farmer had been bothered for week w ith a large flock of black birds. Seeing them perched on bis barn one morning he...

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. — 12 December 1907

wmm UZH tif af PLACE By fiAXPALlPARMSIIAffl, SYNOPSIS. A oXarbrncnt of thr Klghtwnth 'n funtrv from I-Vrt Betlmnt? irupjl by Indiana In a narrow ien:e. Ahh-i.k thnn is a ErnKer !) tnt miiueea Imn-Mif by the name uf liamptnn. aljo titllts the jmt tr:oi-r, n1 hit ri.oiirhter. Olllis am! a majority of tb aehit.-ra Hr kille) dur- fiiK a three dava' aieire. Hampton and the girl only pscapf from the Indians. They full rxhauste1 on thr plains. A company of the Fevnth, cavalry. I.lnm. Irant in rommfliid, find thpm. H.'impton nnd th girl step at tin Miners Ilm In Tit-iuMid. Mrs. I nifty, ppert-t r Hamp ton talks the future ow-r with MNa iil b th Kid. She Hhoti'x him her moth er's pielurt and teUa him what she can of her parpntacf end llfv They il.l ahp shall live with Mm. H- rndon. Nalda the Kid runa away from Mrs. llerndnn's and rejoins Hampton. He Induce her to iro rn k. and to have nothing ?nnre to do with him. Hampton playa his last nnm of cards. He announce to H'd fSlavin that tie haa q...

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. — 12 December 1907

TYYTTTTTTYYYtTTTTYTTTTT'T 4 Don't forget that THE BAZAAR is headquarters I CilRISTPJIAS 1 i a r e 4 for Holiday Goods 3!flr;tof ti. of all kinds for 3j i t the whole family. 3 2 Tell the children that SANTA CLAUS is at our store. S. L AMES, BAZAAR. 5 i AaaAAaAaAAtAAAAAAAAAaAAaA LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Items Gleaned From This Locality and Sorted Out in Sizes. Mrs. Nellie Krause and little fn have returned from their Kac83S City visit. Mr. Peter Pearson, of cast Walnut street, has been confined to his home for several weeks by ill health. Miss Cora Hart, of Butler, vis ited the family of J. W. Bakor last Monday, returning home Tuesday at notn. Mr. R W. Apple, an uncle of Mrs. A. Kuhn, is in the city vis king his relatives hero. Mr. Apple's home is in Des Moines. Iowa. A PROMPT, IFFIOTIVK RIMiOY rOR ALlfORMSOF jm..E:u..miioL. 1 Lmn't-.s, elr' j 4Jn tmtl CmimrU, A GIVES QUICK RSLIKP j Ah!M riwrtiiuif H sfTrrts HitiMt In - tu ti Ilfl fr..'n 'n. Mi t ii..in'i j l Im.u.iI r.T.vMP.1 hf it Mi- til...

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. — 12 December 1907

Friends find stilcri!ers ti thif paper will confer a favor upon us by .ordering their legal notices printed in Ibis pnper. They enn thi n tee for themselves whether tl.c notices lire con eel cr not. r7mc MU F A 1 ! ' 4 . T a ; -v 9 H.iwtn Secure T n rr ftlirVO r;te 'Opposite U. is. latent Ufsice WASHINGTON U. U. WE CHARGE NO TEE vJ TRADE-HARKS, Elc. SaaS r9li afr.fra anS SetcrinHna f InTPRtio) r FREE OPINION ta PtioiuU. CerraaasnS.itce confidential. . . . f ttaaiitne ISM. BrSKkOT al Chicago, Clealai4. tMreft f.HL0 B. CTHYEKS & CO. ATM STRtT,VA8H!.WGTON. D C nffF aa for collecting iwmfi nd k"I1- I nana erni your name lo-d-iT f oiir new flaa of big profit witH lm! mk. Vnte to day, Atidirs. J. T. MOrofr.l'hY, PtTTtvum lpt., 3 Jj"d Stieeti New York City. LIAGAZXITE HEADERS STmSTT EAGAII3S bulul!yiliuitxat.pnolrtarira (T a-i .Soul Caiiiaruia as.i v-l.U ail tlx Fat Wot. r CAK5BA CRAFT derated aack month ta tKc ar- btic irjwoductioa ci the best 1 .00 work otmtrtM and prufeiciJ tat phot...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 19 December 1907

it 'I lul IK VOLUME 18 ""w "w1 aw' i-m .. m! 1 J K, il l 'w J-1 1 u i i TTTl Hr3 Subscribe for The Trjbcnk. Rev. Phil Stark filled Ms regu lar appointment at tho Christian Church Sunday, Mr. Wm. Cooper of Eldorado Springs, visited in our city sev eral days last weok. List your Rich Hill property for snlo or for rent with U. S. G Frowell and pet in on new list, tf Word received from Mr. T. F. Crow says he U enjoying a visit with relatives in Virginia, that lie will return to Kentucky in a couple of weeks and continue his visit there for several months be fore returning hone. A. F. & A. M. Officers. The new officers for the Ma sonic blue lodge are as follows: W. II. Allen, W. M. Jas. Say res, S. W 11 O. McMahan, J. W. W. W. Ferguson, Treas. IT Kirk, Sot;. WIUOW GItOVII Miss Mabel Young is on tbej sick list this week. Jim Kobinson has moved into a house near the smelters. Sam Price and wife, of Iola, are here to spend Xmas with relatives. Miss Prudie Dark of Butler, visited at Wiib...

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. — 19 December 1907

The Tribune litii. I Hi t KF.nv. Nannik It. Ill f KIUIY, dlttor nml rulillnhor. Hubhrript'.on yrh-Q b pcrycnr. r.nUrvrt lit the Klcli Mill post- ofiice n B'suind clu matter. Local Option was defeated in Rich Hill by 143 votes. Thi? is cow the only "wet" spot in the county. Opposite U. LJ. K-ntent Gtitcoj WASH IN GTOf! D. C, WE CHAPflE NO FEE i I' MIL THE CA5C iS ALLOWED n r X; i j TRADE'HARSS, Dc tanS rtwflli Vvrk t dMcrMic f lnvntiot of FRE.E OPINION I salaataSiliti. Cerresaitanc ceaKOontial. . Iftaklitfea 1864. BreneaT i Ch'eaea, Clualane. Dftr.lt. tin r CO. 44 TN STRttT.WASKIN TOfl. O. C FREE womrn iVw collecting fwmr nd ttrll r op novel tic. w fiv to If prena ma Mni T""-ir name tn-a.y t.r otit ktv rl of big rrsjitts ---h ItvV wnk. VVnre to- da 7. AdJ;ev J T. NOhLKV, Premium Lrpt. &, y4 Street, New York City. LIAGAZIITE READERS StnTSKT KAGAZISS beaulifunydiusXraiKLffTOditarMS p end article. houJ Caluoraie aod V.J)U - U the F U'e. yef CAJGE2A CJtAPT drvated aaca nocta to the r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 19 December 1907

Admiral Evans Leads Atlantic Squadron from Its An chorage at Hampton Roads---Will Meet the Vessels of the Pacific Coast at San Francisco. 1 fc:... Hampton Roads. Va., Dtc. 18 Tb. departure to-iiay of the Kieut Atlantic aquadron for tho Pacific, is only an other r.f the ir.Hny Kreat pnHIs f the catlou's rtinrvelo-.it croth and (level .tnen'. Tb.' ironclad waroliip I only 4! jeais old. ft. passliiK through a protenp of )ft vvolattfin to Its pres ent p rf. rtlmi. this American dlsruv ery l revolutionized the silence of nsvitl wa;fuie thi oiuhnut the hole woi'PI. There are mw 270 esnela in ciiiiiii!U.:i n In the I ulted Stale navy hre tit one time, in Waihl:ii;tun'a nl:niitii't';iii(.ii, titer, was not one. Of t!i-he there are 13 bntllckhipn of the flrKt and aecuid class, carry in k (funsi into whose ninuth this country' first hinl only "conimand'T ln chief of the r.avy." Keek M'ipkins. mlt;ht easily hiive til Men his (Ilsxrarvd head when an fOT -. ki- ructlnetital concrcas autn in.tMiy...

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. — 19 December 1907

THE RICH HILL TRIBUNE IirCKFDY A. IU.TKKHY, Publishers. men mu mis.soiri. t ' " " Wlrclers telephony has mental tele pathy lcaten a mll As between a irentlcnian burglar ant an ar'Jstic liar It Is hard to any uhlct I the Ices desirable. The man who said yawning wai healthful was probably a p.-esr. asrent for a grand opera company. a 1 Calm weather to a tempest-tossed mariner Is as fft as the roice and purse of a friend In adversity. The new old ealcs have no re straining motto, Perhaps they des'cro to lead the strenuous financial life. Although nearly everything ! Is tightening up. It Is noteworthy that a Connecticut corset factory has closed up- The open door Japan promised for Manchuria seems to he one of those revolving affairs affected In American cities. A Kansas undertaker has been ad mitted to the practice of medicine. roe the law permit that sort of a merger? Many New York families are dis charging their servant Rlrls, hot Mrs. J. Plerpont Morgan is not doing her own cooking....

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. — 19 December 1907

CLYDH1' M- Capt. Riley u intently watching from his utl loft window the approach of his blsK'st fishln? tutf, the Alice Kiley. Kven la the Inner harbor she ai pitching anil rollinR In the Dwem ber seas and as sheathed In Ice from bobbing timber head to the overhang ft. "Not a boxful, not on," he groaned, seeing the no6ted fish boxes still Ushed to the deckhouse roof. "But the boys 'II get their pay. somehow; they'll get it. If I have to slap a mort gage, on all the outfit." No one else should know It, but the truth was Christmas cheer mas not In Capt. Riley's heart as he turned gravely to the twine-reeling he had busied him self with since he broke hlg ankle and Wily Noonan had proudly taken out the Alice Riley, the most powerful tug that fished off Sktlllgalee In the Straits of Mackinac. Tbi tug tied up to the dock with a bump, there was some shouting, heavy footsteps clumping on the Icy wharf, then up the ehaky stairs and the door flew oi'n lcttinsr In a blast of raw north wind an...

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. — 19 December 1907

3y fi.iM.UL PAIimiIMMWJi) V3 SYNOPSIS. in- A rh-ta-i.ment of the KiRMfomli fan;iy Ironi 1-ort ii.iiimtr 11.0,'lied hy Jtniiuns in a narrow gorge. Aiming them t h strannt-r who tniroduoeii hinmelf hy lite nHUip of Hniriil"n. alwt iolUs the Io; tnW. and hi d.iuKhter. ami t ir-ii iiiiy uf the toldicr are killed dur I n tire day" slese. Huninlon and til ;.r. only srajn from the- Indtanii. T!y fall exhausted tin the plains. A con i;ni.v of the rventh ravalrv'. Ueut. 1 ti-K r: t in rnimnitnd. find them. Humplon and th'- i- ieon M Oo MtniTu Horn1 In l.-n, y.rt. I ufty. proprietress. Har ton tiikp the future over with Miss viil-ii.x-lli" Kiit. She shown lilm her moth er's pirfrr' and tells him what sh ran of l.,-r pin-nta and life. They decide 'te ntiHli i;ve WHh Mrs. lierndon. Nulda It"- Kid-rues away from Mrs. Herndon's sod r.-ioi?n Hampton. He induces her to K t'P' k. and to have noihJni? more to do with him. Hrwnptnn plays his 1h1 Kme of cird. He announce to Ked h'mxtii thnt he tiHH uni...

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. — 19 December 1907

TTTTTTTftTrVYTfTTTTtTTTrrt I Ciiristmas Gifts! Tlic Bazaar. We jilivrc on Halo this wk the finest line of Fancy China In thecliy. and at the lowest 3 price. J Home very pretty imtU-rns 2 Cutliliuui Howie, HUhers nud 5 Tumblers, i The largest line of Doll ctes In town toaster W agon and Vv1.h1ik-(V. nil Drums, Tool Clients, and loll 3 Furniture 01 an " flnent naKortment of Doll e evorhnd. In fact, to.va of all 4 klndn, and a itg nm FfU! Fl'KrM FCHS! 3 They must go ltor Xmas. 2 FcrAXmaa C.lft nothing U nicer than Table Uneii and 4 Nnpklna. We have them In 3 set and by the yard. Napkins to match. Look at tbem. V nlan have a tew of tho Stlk Petticoat at 13 00, worth 17 50. Money to Loan. Vif'tfffSi!VM,vifi-ifi:-'V 2 PRICIOUt T0NS9 AND fATe.- a rrvrriTf"l I have few thousand dollars XPilAN I UilLi..dI to loan on easy terras on good farm property II. P. RotloRon. HandV-rclili-f of all kind and price. Com In ana ioob. -3 S. L. AMES, I Cm. 3 PHOSE HO. 1x6. 3 3 LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Items Gleane...

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. — 19 December 1907

Friends nml f ubscrihei to this paper will confer n favor upon u by ordering thctr lrpsl notices p rrted in this pnpct. Thry inn Ubin see for themselves whether the notice ere correct or not. ! ; V '.TrV'"! ib rv-i out ICppoeite U."&. f'stant Ua.csl WASHINGTON D. C -ri we cHR.iii ro FEE st:i Tut rf.c te i iftrn 1 1 vw',-'-'. TRADE-HARKS. Elc f .its rser Vrh iwerditim f l.tantict r FREE OPINION le .MtenUbtUt. Corretoonrnct confidential. Ettabtithed 1864. Branches tt Caicaeo, CUxUnd, Dtr(U UIIO B. STEVENS & CO. 4TM STF.tET. WASHINGTON. D. C To womrn for crjileciine nm mi kII 1 III I in our rrovriti, e my bis irm ftbsa-BU lum wnd you? name lo-ttw toe out ylti ot big profit wrh hmr wort itt t- 3 E. Jjpd Street, New York City. LIAGAZHTE HEADERS FCTSJT EAGAZntK all tit I n Wat. Tear castsba csaft eetoted rS nouK to lS r fitfk trpradudioa of tKe bl 5 1 .00 mtt ot taira ad proleuaoatl a B8AD OF A TH0U3AJTD W0HDSi8 A looV ot 75 pagn, coMUiaiof J2l) eotand fkotogripK el q r adi Oicfja...

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. — 26 December 1907

RICH IS u VOLUME 1 8 RICH KILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER it, X007.' T. ESS-" COUSIN TO THE KAISER. VTio, by Facetious Inferanra, Waa Nona Other Tha Hit B tanlo Majesty. Emperor William of Germany, whllt !mrtlnt of any cronalRg of his de sires, la net 61 way the arbitrary per aonage be is fainted, says the New York Herald. In turning him from his desires humor U a more valuable aid than logic, and none knew this better than the Karon Boettkher, at one time secretary of atate for the In terior. There was under diftcuKPion the names of numerous eligible for va cancies to be filled. To most of these William gave ready assent, but when a certain office was reached on the list he declared that that appointment must go to one of his personal friend Instead of to the oue itiOiated. As tactfully as possible the taron urged upon his royal master the utter unfitness of his favorite, bringing ar gument to hear that under other cir cumstances would bare been unan swerable. At last even the em...

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. — 26 December 1907

The' Tribune Oi l). 1 llriKFIiY. Nanmk U. 1'k m iiv, r.illtorn mid riibllKln TK. fculmcrlptlon Jirli'p fl.OO j.i-r.vi-nr. i:n1Tt'J lit t!io llkli Hill 1"ih! t)lr( ns wrowl cln.n inn Iter. wi-r.N ti:cy for t'.--. s ' I.Aiv a r.- to- ... p.,y r C 1 1,1 O-.-'i . A 1 I The Tkibcni: in late in ottiii out this week. The Christ mas rush at the postofiico is our ex cuse. Washington News. il Washington has teemed with interesting sensations Ihe past week. President Roosevelt's re iteration of his election night statement anent a third term was temporarily lost sight of in Ihe interest, speculation and en thusiasm aroused by the. sailing of the Atlantic fleet for the w est-j ern coast of the United States, presenting a spectacle unique inj the annals of American history and one which has aroused a world-wide interest Almost in the wake of the armada came the information that the President bad gently intimated to his post master general the advisability of a more personal supervision of variou...

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. — 26 December 1907

iHiawIis and iHlawl: n Being the Reminiscences of a Nature Fakir Join Keedrick Banji it. on ilstil, Ljr Joaepn is. 1. !. "I kind o' think," St Wotherspoon was saving as I Joined the company at the post office the other night, "that all birds Is highway robbers whether they be the human kind that we calls jail bird or Jest plain crows like that feller Jim. the Captain was tellin' cs about a llltle whlie bark. They'll all steal If ye give. em a chanco." "Tht all depends on tbe- way ye look ni It. Si," said the Captiin. "The way 1 measure a thief Is whether be atewls Jest for the fun o' deprtYln' somebody else o' what he's got, or does it because be needs what ba take In bis business. "Well, now, a'pose ye take 'era pigeons o' Joe's." said 81. "I sowed my buck lot with oata thfee weeks a&o. an' 1 hadn't more'n . got 'era on th ground when them derned crIUen rome floppin' acrost th' road, an' sot down lhne, an' eat up every blamed oat I d put out. D" ye call that steal in' or J-it n...

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. — 26 December 1907

THE HSCIl HILL TRISUME 1 1 1 C"K KltT & HITKEISY, Publishers. men mix, mi.-ovri. Kvcn a himcry man draws the line t DiUns hi word. there never was a kmler or criminal of n kind thnt had any fx-lf-respect. Those who liuvo endured desperate f)vr.tty rnn b'-sf sppi-eclste pros perity. Radical anger and petulant passion pinnae even tho Vst men Into the ditch of dOKt.mctlon. One man kept Ina money In his stocking mid It dropped through a hole. Thai was a darned poor bank. So far no one hflR been discovered who lias refused the new coin be cause it has not the old motto upon It. A jackass In Connecticut commit ted suicide. Perhaps ho came to a Sudden realization that he was a Jackass. The moss -covered doctrine of anti quity Is absolutely unfitted for mod ern use and must give way to scien tific progress. A heart of sold Is always desirable, but Just at present. In the prevailing shortage, a handful of.it Is very much more convenient. Ten million (sold eagles are being coined at the P...

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. — 26 December 1907

THE SIXTIETH CONGRESS ROP.IiY HE 8POKC. Tfcfct a .-! 5 ir.sy ba g-x-.d , a !,'.). riT o.'lr estufa-;,,?!. Is prt.-vpn ty the -litord.r.rr til t f l fiance f"irfi, rri ps'kare eoi talninn ontf.ird ir.-re Ksrrt t 'a can ),e bad of r.y r,t . r tra-,.- f. r fie Same mojjey. id-''.i I the i'!ve that itpitocefj from th h-it. bVxm''l on the tongue and bar-tn fruit la the y t.lc. FX. Gryt'jevtt.t,. Op ?'.!lo AkJ Team. -"-i A Condentf Account cf Trsnsac tion at the national Capital. The Most Important Items Cithe.ec From Each Day' Session of Senate and House. W. M. U.. K Jte fr. t , i in i ii u i EIjc urmnjj of tljc Dlaos IT hat com once more to die turninrf'of die glass. The ana is all but spent, and! 0ie Jay of She o& year are as crtafl in fii wale of flie win J. By fli fray liglit in &e western shad, at he leaped tallcs of he rich, within die great places of exchange, an J even amongst (hose who go out upon (he high seas, men will give pause. For it is die time of reckoning, and s...

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