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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 26 December 1907

' - f PLACERS c. SYNOPSIS. rli. hmotit of tr f itM-r.t (i In-fa-rTrv f--oni Kort Ftpthiim t r.ipH-iI hv Italians in A narrow aerif. Anmna thrm t a rtrHTijjt r who Inlrodurea l-lm'---lf by rutrr r-f ! ! "Vin. ''' poat tra.irr, luid ton dnfrtuer. tolti nl majority ef the aoliliera are killed Jur n$r a tlir-p days' alee. Kimp'nn and S'rl oi-V eA4-ftpe from Ilia Indiana. T)v fall ashmitTp.i on tha plain. A fmpBpy of the Ht'i'r-tli cavalrv, Ijoiit. tr ;i t In -otiMiMnl, pod litem. Hampton ei'i iti Rirl atop at tn Minora' Hooia in Mra, 'nifty, propnet Itamp ton talks tlie f'lture over witn Mtsa tol lia tn KM. ' fche ahoa'S titm per mot'i--r pletoiv. ar tn hm a-eat aim enn of 1,,-r pMrrntai; and life. Tliy d Me a'l" eliall In oh Mrs. Ilmrinn. Naida trie Kidnifts away from Mr. H-rndon'a n-i rctoins flampion. Ha indue-a lirr to sro ha.-k. a?ii to hnv notMnsr nmr to do wili him. Hampton plava l.is last Kama f cards. He annoum- to Ked S'uvin that or baa ttult. and titan leave tiirn eaid. Maa V...

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. — 26 December 1907

New Years uiits At Tfic Bazaar. AVe ilnre on phIo l hi wk of Chin ill tilt! cHy, lnl lit tho lowest 3 jirKvH. Rome very pretty pattern CutliUiBn IWiwIh. FlUlicra and Tumbler. Tli largest line of Ioll B"S- plea in town ('ouster Wnffons Mini YeloclpedeH, nH 1 Drums, Tool (heata. and Doll 4 Furniture of nil Una, mm ie flni.t. nwsortnient ol DoIIh we 2 cver lmd. In tact, toy ot fill kind, nnd a bid line of Books 4 FUK! FUIUM FITKS! J They must KJ iH 'ore Xinas. For a Xmna Gift nothing is nicer than Table Linen and i Nnpklua. We tune sets and by the yard. them la j to match. Look at tbem Ve l" have a lew ot thowo 3 3 1 Sllkrottlcont-at $5 00.- worth f7.50. Handkerchief of all kinds and price. Come in and look. S. L AMES, 2 i 4 2 PHONE KO. no. a AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A AAA LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Items Gleaned From This Locality and Sorted Out in Sizes. Leon Phifer has been on the sick list for a few days. Mrs. II. G, Spraker has not been well for some weeks. We will pivo you the Tkibune and the N...

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. — 26 December 1907

Friends and subscribers' to thi p.pcr v.:!! confer i Inor upon u by oti'rtinjj tiirtr lci! iioiict printed tn thW aicy Tl.cv can lh :i fee for tin ir.M Ives v. Iirtln-r the notice ere coirect or not. e.rMjtU't V 1 - s.nen v. tv k') t,t r' 1 h ,; I r n?ni-sit We vill uivo our romlir n chnr.co to road Iho St. lo public, daily rurr.l route- edition, and tho TKinCNK ono year fr ?2.T0. It is porlisips the host of fer ve havn made in this iin . I J Iffewirl. bk' l i ! i i l ; i h n ti i ( ,r f-.-tf I...k,t B.wh-ireTrt)irC 'MSf'O rne f uppojiits u. l. intent uiticej WASHINGTON D. C. U'E CHARGE MO FPE IhltL IKE C,S IS ALLOWED VJ TODE-HARSS, Elc land ui-h tVf 'cti tt !eerii:(W tit !nettiol ir rRC OPINION aa la aalwtaii lrt. Coirepoix!tnca confidential. tablitet JOG, ranches at Chicago, C!otland, Ottrs.'L ttlLQ C, STEVEHS & CO. I4TM STREET, WASHINGTON. O. C pri fit To womfn tW milTting namr rl ll- I a B ii nttr iMweitie, tive jrr m- 1 task.. UH ini , -,.r name tntliy i-r out w r tiln proH...

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. — 2 January 1908

I Fi 7$ ! ! Ii I i f i 17023 VOLUME 18 rich hill ms;oum, tiiuiisday, January 3, 13. LOCAL iiltlKFS. J U. E. Hoover was iu Eockvillc' Monday on business. Attorney 8. V. Dooley of But Icy, was ia Hich Hill Tuesday. Herman Hoover spent Monday and Tuesday with friends near Hume. Clyde Allen cf Joplin, spent New Years with his parents. Dr. and Mrs. Alien. Master John Humph, of Cof leyvillo, was a holiday visitor to Rich Hill friends. liXW came In June fashion. Some prophet ought to be able to make a prediction from this. The street commissioner has been doing isome very effective work with the road drag this week. A. J. Lente, manager of the Adrian electric light plant trans acted business in Rich Hill yes terday. M. A, Kimbrough enjoyed a visit this week from his his brother, T. J. Kimbrough, of Chanute, Stereoptican lectures at the "Walnut street M. E. Church on Friday night, Jan 3, Subject, "Uome Missions." Brake-man Joe "Winchell, on the liich Ilill-Joplin local, has re ported for do...

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. — 2 January 1908

T Tim Tribune (!i:o. n. DowKi.t., lid: tor ii tul Mnnnsof. N!i?wr1j't!ott price f l.OO per year. i:ntt-rvil t t)io r.ldi 11111 jot- OlIVo ntt cvothI clan nifittcr. The management of tho Tiu i.une chanC3 with this issue. Finding it impossible to do jus tice to the raPer 8n(i ve afc" tontion demanded by tho post-o:Yk-u utartment to the duties of postmaster, we have turned the Tt.ieune over to Mr. Geo. B. Dowcll, a young roan brought up ia a printing office, and well qual ified both by education and prac tical IrEOwWgeof the business to make the paper a success. The. general policy of the paper will not be changed, politically, morally or socially. To the patrons 'who hate stood by us for the past seven years thanks for their constant and steadfast support. We ask them to extend to our successor the same generous consideration, as suring them that their support will not be misplaced Mr. Doweil is the son of the popular mayor of Adrian, editor of the Adrian Journal, and comes ' to us hi...

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. — 2 January 1908

Happenings A Comedy of f rrors. Tl " W'fi'ii I n n t In an urniMiiul tuft for 9 '.(' ilniiiKr'K brought by W. L firay, a clotto-i, tenner. In Thorns W. " ii ii ii 1 n n I j it 11 1 r kl.li nt of lh Hank of Jo,lln. wealthy u.lrie oicraior mi l for mer umyor of that olt). A cotoiilci. mi 1'ixrl III I tii' iroeeedll!K Ih taken by W. K. Cra", mine oH-itor, and the Nliiillnrlly of Hi" liililul of the two Cray. W. I., and W. 3 , aa Ihe hhh of the ore-ation of Fruuti.ln for the nilt. At the JmIiiiuo ! -nil of the cir cuit court In ttils city the ca In tt b heard. W. I-. flray alleges In hi twlitiort (l et, after having made a de posit In Cunningham's lank. Mr checks wore marked forgery and he j arrested on the charge of furg'Ty and he na Imprisoned. The trouble rnfe because Wj L Cray wrote hla i.'id.lle Initial as If It were nu 8. The employes of the tank, when they re ceived I in cheeks, believed iheni to be the- checks of V. S. Cray, l-ater. hn thev checks wrre Hhowu to V. S. Cray, he pr...

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. — 2 January 1908

i ff PLACE fi. :iu PAiwisn author or& ) 1 VvJ 'Mi- SYNOPSIS. A detachment of the KtgMeonih In fantry from Kort P'thuaa trapped by Indians in a narrow irnrtp. Among Ihom I a lianaer who Introduces hiwelf by ti fame of Hampton, alao CJillia the poat trader, Rnrl hi daughter, coiue fil majority of llie soldiers are killed dur ing a three daya' slefce. Hampton and ' girl on'y escape from the Indiana. Thpv fall exhausted on the r'aln- A company of the ISnventh cavalrv. I.ieut. Tenant tn command,, find thorn. Hampton and tlir f?1rt amp at the sllnera' Iinio an ilencald, Mra. l'uffy. proprietreaa Hanip too talk tho future over with Mlaa lil !ia the. Rid. fhe ahowa. him -her moth er a picture and !! him yl'ft she can of her nrenla-e and lne. They decldic ehe shall live .with Mra. Herndon. Nalda the Kid run away from Mra. IWrjidon'i nd rejnlna Hampton. He Inducea Ver to o bai h, and to have noihinir nr to do with him. Hampton rtlaya his iaat aam f tarda, lla announce to Rd Blnvln that he...

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. — 2 January 1908

iV Wnrt Hf.'rTITvfI,? Or TLX HOST rfTrs?T4Vr- EVENTS - " Jn. 2! Merrhana' and farmer' bank nf lalrmunl, M;nn . 'jrit-l. I-Yl 2 r 1. tiiimin, f.riu-r w'iil'nt auiporrde-l HTfi lank of linJUntJ, lm1 , fuund gul.ty of emtWil.-Mieni. a r I . l.ilmau. Indiana banker. a n- tent--d to trrro if ona io Utre eara tn at! prAOII 1 'iiwiran of 17T from sub irHi!i i at tr.nairo made imt;lr. Mar. -4 - Virtual pnl- tn vs alt a.re-l, rtary Cortetotj feUeved Ota equa tion t Omena" fttata bank of KUth. Neb., vl.tar-ii ly ataie lV-4orbln hanking corrpany NVw )ort. a'end. ajaaeta. i'. tlauUt- titr, fj.oAM, Arr 2 iJ) II W. Palmon of Wmit, Mt , ruitvtotrd cf lueal Iwtnklrig. aon IpimJ tl.tve yiata tn pn,trniiar U-hank t( fumrpiion, at vlde. Mo.. orortt i awl. I- h J udga MnHh of Oil--- found fui it y of ronpiin irif li d f r itd u k-.ol-tere and rt. pomma of link tf Atr-rsa, I'f wt.wfi he waa prratde'i.t, naii.y. Srt pr.aoiuui-nt and II v fine Jul. i otli'im' tn.a of fc.uiva rirji., fc- KM 1 'utiui N tJot...

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. — 2 January 1908

I BATTLEWITH BANK ROBBERS A TICKLISH INVESTIGATION. THE DIRT IS FLYING HOW AGE AFFECT POtTRY. THE RICH HIUL TRIBUNE HUCKKIIY & 1IVCKKIJY, PuhllNhira. -nf vzi 6 Ihf Citizens of Camden Toint, Mo., Excavation from Panama Canal Last Montbi 1,838,486 Cubic Yard. men niLi, ., toissoust. Called to Arms in the Night. 1a IM ) I.1 Passing Confederate Money. It seems utranfje that, more than 4.0 years aflrr the rllvl war itnd with the confederate states of America only a memory, eery now and then aome one turns up with a confederate Mil and find no difficulty In passing It. No properly Informed person needs to b told that such bill represent the value only of the paper on which they are printed, and as the quality of the material then obtainable was not of the best that value may be counted as a negligible quantity. It Is astonlsh Idk that anyone can be deceived tn thia way, for the confederate notes in their best estate are so widely differ ent and so Inferior h appearance com pared to an...

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. — 2 January 1908

VTTKTTTTTTTtTTTTTTTYTrTTTT flew Years Gifts The Baiaar. 3 tVe i lnre on anle tM w -a 2 Hie fUi t line of Fancy f'Mn 5 Inttmil'y, and at ti lowent 3 pfltT. 5 K Pitmo vry pretty patlvrna 3 Cut Ulium Horn In, 1'ltcbera and 2 fc TuiuIj!th. r . 3 Tlif Ihtk t line of Doll Hur Kln Ja town iater Woroih and Vi-lot-tpcd, all eli. 3 Prumn, Tool ( liest. and lod Furniture of all klml, and the 2 finest ftfortrnpnt of lkli we ever fand. In fact, tore of ail klnda, and Mtf of Book Mil FITS! FUUH! FLTJ3! Thy rouMt go lfore Xrniva. For a XniM Gift nothing is rkfr tliau Table Mnen and NBrklr. We hare tln-rii tn j and by theyarJ. NnpUns to match. Look at them. 2 We also hare a few i4 thooe Silk Petticoat! at Jo 00, worth 7 to. HamlkrrrhMa of all kind and price. Come In and look. 3 S. L. AMES, 3 mm. J 4 aAJAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiAAAAAa LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Items Gleaned From This Locality and Sorted Out in Size. IL P. James was a Hutler visit or Monday. G.G. Cook transacted business in Kansas City Tuesday. U. 8. ...

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. — 2 January 1908

Tho follow ing is a bit of advice ,hich, if closi'ly followed, tuny prove brr.etiml I o those nfi'icled with gossip fine r: If you can B?y n good word.sny it lilio a lur.n. " If you am full of bile nnd wish to s.y something u;ean, keep your mouth shut. No ln.tii ever pit rich or happy minding everybody's business but bis own. No man ever helped himself up permanently by knocking his ne.lphbor d.uvn. Give a kind word liberally. It won't cost you a cent, and you may need one yourself some day. If you wynt to throw some thing at somebody, throw cologne of roses. Don't throw brick bats, rocks or mud. And if you must kick, go to a quiet, secluded spot and kick yourself. Ex. '. , Ccld h Ksrih La Crosse, Wis., Jan. 1 To day brought the coldest weather of the winter .thus. far in the northwest. At Wisconsin and southern Minnesota points the .first zero weather of the season was experienced. At 8 o'clock the temperature at La Crosse was zero, at Daluth 2 below, tt Wiliiston, Is. D 12 below a...

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. — 9 January 1908

n n 11 MU !i f'JM; j ! 0 H 1 Li) ) I i t i 1 ; t inijivLiiiL 5 1 fv JilLOLLJ f ) 1 A RICH HILL tlJUSOUF.I, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1,8. : , v VOLUME 1 8 ro. 17 NEW PRIMARY LAW. i'2!a Points cf thi Kew Law Tfcat Sticdd ta UnScrstccd p All Aliks. f Under the law providing for party nominations by direct Tote, approved March 18, 1907, all can didates for elective oHices must be nominated by a primary held 8t the regular polling places of acii precinct on the first Tues day of August, 190, and every two years thereafter. This law does not apply to spcial elec tions to fill vacancies, nor to the office of County Superintendent of School., nor to city officers not elected at a general State election, nor to town, village and school district officers. . At least 00 days .before 'such August primary, the Secretary of State notifies the County Clerk of each county that candi dates are to be nominated for designated offices. 'Within ten days after receiving such notice the County Clerk publishes...

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. — 9 January 1908

The Tribune lii o, 1. Vow i r.t I'.ilit or find Mnunyrr. Kntrrod nt I lie KIh III!! juiM oflle mi t:oinl cI.irs rant tor. St. Louis has 2'202 licensed sa loons. Live stock prices are gradually dimbicR up in the city markets. We have just found out who drives the water wagon. The weather man handles the reins-. Georgia has become a rival of Ireland because of the absence of snakes since the prohibition law took effect. Ten thousand factory workers in Ohio recently discharged on account of the money panic, have been reemployed. A ordinance has been passed hi New York City prohibiting women to smoke. Woman's rights trampled upon again. The cruris have decided that water and cereal? in bologna are adulterations. No restrictions have yet been placed on the dog A number of persons were frozen to dea'.h this week in Ger many. Another instance to make one glad that he lives in Missouri. A Wisconsin man died the oth er day in a bath tub. There are some other men who will most surely die but ...

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. — 9 January 1908

i V w A FEW WORDS ON FISH HUNTING Being the Reminiscences of a Nature Fakir Join Keodrick Bnx o ' lngliL, fcjr j'pu l. ij . ' It mistily pHon ttiat the presi dent misses a p'lnt," said the Postmas ter, a the Nature Fakir association y inhered about the o3re store. "And I knd o' thin niayhe when he seems to it s vll done Intentional. He's a s.r.it le-iever in amendment, an' ye notice whenever he say or writes any thlnr. he leaves a limp-hole for tarkln' on a few footnotes In rase the other stile Kit too perky." - hut's he left endone now?" asked the Captain. "I'm a putty close ob FMir, Joe, an" I ain't noticed nothln uii'! r th' canopy he ain't tackled." "You ain't as good a srfoo'.inlier as ye tl' Ink you he. Cap."" returned the Pustnmster. "If ye was you'd ha" no lle oil that when he skinned them Na ue I'aMr he didn't teith on the hsM'.t o' the worst offeudera o' the lot the ft'.iita that lies sl-out fun. The w t.i!. Is full of eiii " What they d-Ha In the wood?" ar h'-d SI YV othe...

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. — 9 January 1908

The nich HUI Tribune. r.KO. It. IX) WELL, Publisher. RICH HIM. MISSOl'IU. Castles in the Air. Weslihy American women have r-rf-ntly taken up ballooning, and a friendly observer Is Inspired to dilate upon the lnexpenslvcncss of the pas time, and then to 1M his Imagination eonr. A fine balloon, he tas, cost only $300, end one "sailor" can run tt, whereas a yacht, of even an automo bile, may easily rat up a modest for tune evety year. This Is fact. Fancy takes command as the author suggest the charm of vacations spent In cap tive balloons, or, better still. In '"kite houses," moored anywhere from a thousand! to 10,000 feet aboTe the sur face, in flint pure and rarefied at mosphere which invalids gt- far to And. Provisions would be seit up and letters ent down In a traxeling bas ket; there could be telephoi.e connec tion; and harsh sounds, unsightly scenes and disagreeable odors would all be ct off by distance. 'o be sure, the nin l and the kite hojse might take a notion to fall simulta...

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. — 9 January 1908

Happenings in Missouri. 6tt Teacher' Atoci'toi. The Stal Teacher' ssHoelatluo 1 1 m.1 (I lu annual iiieotln; nt Joplln ittr- Or. Jet Reaigns. The re situation of lr. HUh.irl It. Je.ine, irHl(lfiit of Missouri Ht.Ue lu thn holiday wcuk. . There i toj university, which wa tomb red to the CIS teacher Id attendance, m niimbrr ; -iarj r curators Hco-mber .in. mid which been ev:-ciled on!) one- In j ,, f, rr,., fy ,),.,( H,ay , wciHl Ihi" M cr i.f life if llm onranlra- ! committee, has been formally accept- lion. l h association will iiii ci in Kiiiifiin City In vi ii'iniiat conven tion lvconiber 29, iio and .11, IM'S. Resolution with adopted providing and lr. Jee, who bait served for the follow Ml Medical In spection (if school-; till nullity super vision of schools; 1 3) compulsory at tendance; Ml Increase In salaries; IS) civil service principle In em ploying teachers; Ci moral tra'.tiiu -' ; (" articulation of rural st-hoo' with hliih school. Offiier for the ensiilnii years are: Presi...

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. — 9 January 1908

"f PLACE & :l I DHL PARZISHUJWQXOf SYNOPSIS. s itoim hmrr.t of the rk'l twnth tn fs'itrv from Fort Ft-tl-.i;iie trspp.sl by lnjiui, In a narrow -.r. Aiiiouk them I A MTHTII'T Who ij.trT ttir I.UllS.'H lW the riant of Hampton, also CiUlls ttn poi-t trader, nnd tim daughter, (iilll Rnil n n.ktortty of thf- soldiers tin klllfsj linr 1'lK te. then" days' sle.'. llnmptnn Htll thi Ktrl only em-ars- from Hit- Indiana. They full ovliausfed on till plains. A sinipauv of the sVyenlli cavalry, Lieut. Brant in command, find tnem. Hampton sod tti girl p.rnr at tlie Miners Horn in ".l"in'iM. Jim. Huffy, proprietress Hanp ti.u talk th falur ovt-r with Miss ' 1 lin ( Kid. 8!-.e jho him Iht motli ! picture anal tells him wh.it ( can of her psrpnwic and life. Ttiey do in she- r.liiill liva with Mm. Hrndon NhI.Ih tl. Kid-runs annr from Mrs llerndin's and rejoins Hampton. He lndu. l or to co hai k. and to Iirvc noUiine moro to ! with liOn. Hampton play Ills last irani of caros. He a nnoiirn es to K...

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. — 9 January 1908

o ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE! At The BAZAAR ' liefiinntng MONDAY MORNING o 0 o o o o Will include ntw M'k, ih'w lir. new t- nil:iji(!t i it ud wide band of nm-rtion that Wil ever o 1kivmi id K i c It lliil. Clearance alc of o Cnlr-n-i. won!, j- mtil S i-jc lit 5 and 6c li !::i;h.im. v.- flii I J i-j k n I 15c at IOC (iii ,;!ia!ii u ' Mil round 12 -2qtSt3 A n 1.' "..1 I Vnchrd rri!i at f 1.4c Oue.r.g rhineeS, woith !J 1 -Jl mill lcat IOC. Oiit tv f? M.ncl' vrrth oc il 8 t-3 Ouiiiii! 11 .i.teU Adtili S i-t J'c Outing t1.o;ncl, wmtti J 1-2 at A tiw pair of 1 !t:kt-t worth Co, 65 and 75c at 48c. ISI.o-kt-is werth Si.po 75c It'isnLi t v. 01 ii St 25 Mitel i. 51 at 1 ,00 o o o o o o o 1 n.! t u f.H i he vlil at tl 5 w o O 1 . 1 i t '. hi- ti.. 11 'o iH'U .1 . .!,-( I a i ' 1.! .! ! ' !. -. it..' i.tir, including men f, wo- g O mni' .i i 1,1'it nV ' l 1! 'u- mi f.ile during this clearance g o o 0 g 1 THE BAZAAR I 0 c c o -o -i '-' .1 LOCAL HAI'l'KNl.MiS. Items Cleaned from This Locality j and S...

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. — 9 January 1908

exc::a?;cl desk, tti;.;.s cl lucres! Clippsi Frca One queer thin nbmit Mis souri is that t;o many town arc cot whoro it, would seem thoy Might to bo. Cussvillo is not in Cass, but in Harry county, while Harry is in Clay. Oregon is in Holt county, insUad of Oregon; Clinton is "not in Clinton county, bot m Henry, m ither is Bates City or Datcsvillo in Bates; Cam den is in Hay, instead of Camden; DeKalb is in Buchanan; Boone ville is not in Boone, but in Coop er; Gla?pov is not in ScotlanH; Tarrcnsbnrg is not in Warren, hv In Johnson; Harrisonville is not in Harrison; Marionvillq. is r.et in Marion; Jefferson City is in Coli,s instead of Jefferson; Ozark is not in Ozark, nor are the town of Dent, Holt, Jackson, La Lincoln, Madison, Miller, Nodaway, or Perry in the coun ties which bear those names. Tha Weekly Papsr. It's no sixteen page edition that expresses big men's Tiews, And it's not filled up with pic tures and telegraphic news; It isn't printed daily, with an 'itra" every hour, -...

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. — 16 January 1908

'1 lLALlA iiil i 0 VOLUKE 1 8 RICH HILL MISSOURI, Tilt RSDAY, JANUARY 16, !o8. 50' j CCXGRISS1CNAL CONVENTION Cf li Sixth District to ti Ke!d Butler cn Fib. 21 Big Meet ing aUppWcn City. In response to a call by Chair roan Hon. A. L. Fox, of Rutler, largely attended and enthusias tic meeting of the f.th district Re publican Congressional commit tee was held at the Durleyllote to fix the time and place for Isold ing a convention to nominate two delegates and two alternates to the national convention at Chi cago, and the transaction of any other buines that may appear at that time. Bates county was represented in the meeting by Hon A. L. Fox and B. F. Vflx; Cass Ly Chas. L. Harris, Codar by John B. Egger, proxy for Hon. J. F. Rhode Dado by W. G. Howard and PhiL Griffith, Henry by W. C. Butler, Frank Kitc hen and C. M. Clark; Johnson by O. G. Uoisseau, and St. Clair bv Dr. Chas. I Bow- den of Appleton City, and Chas A. Mitchell and Fred Munson, of Osceola. Hon. A. L . Fox presided as c...

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