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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 16 January 1908

! The Tribune (iKO. r.iiifi r Diiwr.i.i.. (ind M.'uuiircr. HnliKrrlptloti p !. 5100 rrenr. Kntrred ut Urn IMrh 11 ill J'oft- Ofioe n W'rond cl'ian mntler. 1 htm wt a y-nrc n fr"" V'Ik. w a Villy ; To iraKe mre of :l;a(, Hr f jrr it . pit- -Tiicy Hur:fU u. ci'Mfce; :.( a piev. t'.iliy DtSltuh. Clay county went "dry" Sat urday by .",-! votes. What has become cf the news- paper that t ulloil the Kiipi "i grippe?" A number of counties in this State will vtLe on local option ia the near future. Salunlav's snow storm cxlen- RepuMlcan Counly Convention. A delegate convention itf the Republicans of Hates county is hereby called to meet at the court house in the city of ltutler, at 2 o'clock p. m., on Monday, February 17, 100s, for the pur jioso of electing delegates to the Kepublicnn State Convention to bo held nt St. Louis, Mo., Kebrn ury i'7, and the Kepublicnn Con gressional Convention to be held in Butler, Mo., on Februory 21, 19CH, and to transact any other business that may properly c...

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. — 16 January 1908

THE DOMESTICATED PYTHON Being the Reminiscences of a Nature Fakir Br JoLa Kendrick Barjt "I wa readin' la one o' the paper the other Jay about a feller down la South Amroeriky that had a trained python to do hi housework." aald the postmaster, as he joined the circle of nature fakirs after cancelllriir; the stamp on the evening Ball. "Some how or other I find It ft hard atory to ttimmlck. but H appear In the County Clarion, which If the itanch- ?M supporter o' the present policies of our minlnlntrtlou. an' 1 don't b'llere ! Guy Humpbrt.-. the Horiss Gr--b y of Fisrataqul. would print nothln' Yht could be In any way offensive to the present Incumbent of the White House." "They do ay that the president rends a:l the proof o" the Clarion be fore goiu" to prrs," said 81 Wother spoon. "Sam Fusby tM me no when he pet me. to prescribe, lie said the Clarion ii the 'Fiscal Moutpieoe o' the Wa-bln'ton Uov'mcnt In these I art." t fm s he meant the fmhy mouth- Pit : sl. said the captain. i'h a ...

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. — 16 January 1908

T.'io nirtt liill Tribune. ;iio. n. dowli.l, rni!i. h r. i.u i 1 mi.! ... Mioi'K!. D.'ity find .-Tr.honci linnds often V on ! cleim glove. The eternal row is the lime for r i i) ixii'.y to be Juit. Ho who knows himself best Is mod est, pn'ile ai d pri -reus. A Ootluwu masher met a trill who hail taken boxing lessons, lie Is now the very pink of propriety. A Tncoma bootblack has retired with a fortune of $'0.000 and nn am bition to become a gentleman of pol ish.. No householder can feci that he has tn'i n decently roblied when the frout door !s opened with a crowbar. It is on'y a step to the battel ing rsm. Ijondon expects to have a popula tion of 10.000,000 in the year 1&0, and it is time for England to begin en larging its blooming island, don't you Sixty-eight, initiators hare i-ra' hd trial sermons in a Puller, Pa,, pulpit and all have been rejected. What that congregation need is certainly not nerve. An Atlantic City man went to Jail rather than V!bs his wife. Had it been an...

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. — 16 January 1908

Happenings It Anti-Sdtson Voir Void. A loonl option election hi l.lntoln county, In October. 1'.e5, at which n ItKiim were voted out. wim (! lured In valid ly Ih" court cif appcula at St I ycxi 1 bwMn renhlent of the rounty had liiKiiMU'lf itl notice of thn t-lection. Tli ifeobdoti la In tin iiuiiiditriiu pro r .linen of II. Id-iinncaMioycr riKiiinct the Jn.lK'' of i lii rounty court of Lin coln founif for a allium Het-nne, Tho loctlon notioo whh Innerled In the Troy Free lrio. ihe Klt-bcrry Demo crat and l hit Silo Index. The Index n.n.1 Free I "roan printed the nut loo the required porlo.l of time, tut the Dem ocrat, presumably through ul-ikc, ' killed"' the notice after three week. The net inn of the Lincoln circuit court In refuaing Henmieoneyr-r a inanda tu. tiGHlnt t!io county court t re versed and the rorpm.lod. To Fight Tubereulo i. Jfff.'rson 'oty ha orgatilyed a Tiety for the prevention and r 11. f of ubtrrulords. Mrs. Folk In president of the o."'.i-ty and Mm. Chhrb-s P. ...

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. — 16 January 1908

if G f-Y SYNOPSI3. A ilMn'limdl nf t lio Fjshloorilh f tr'rv- from KoM ru-Thtoio Intoned by Indians in a nwrron' tttie-. Aiemot t ncm i n M--i"t?ir aiwt imrouucoa litiesetf l.y tin namo of Harnri. amo lill'ls tho pout trador. and hi dsutrloer. tOiii and niatonlv of tho aoldtors aro Milod (lur ictj n tr-.roo dvn' . Hiu:plon and 'ee Ctrl onlv from the Indians. 1 v fall t-shaustod on tho plains. A roropfiny of tho. Ki'vonth cavalry, l.lout. Ilrnpt in rommftml, pod thom. HAmpton Bod the eirl Mep tt tho M'nors' Homo In loeneaid. Mrs. lufYy prnpnetr-s Han'r tnn tails H e future ovor -Uh Mia Oil lin tiif Ki.U Stir show i(m hor tnoth fr a piduro and toiis lora wilt sho cru t t h-r paronlaeo and hfo. Thry tlecido she shall live with Mrs. liot-ndon. Naida tn Kid runs ay from Mm. Hormion's and reioiria Hampton. H lndiK-ta hor ttt aro bark, and to hav mxlunc mora to do with him. Hampton plava his laM (tame of cards. Ho annourc-oa to Kod Siavin 1 !t ho has tpill, and tlmi lesvoa Glen oid. Misa I...

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. — 16 January 1908

POOOO0OCOOOOOOOOOOOOUOOOQOCOO009O0CO0OOO0OOOOCOO0O0 1 ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE! f V. 3 At The BAZAAR Beginning MONDAY MORNING WUl include new ti!k, new dren goodi and tin fineit line of new rmHrotilenet and wide band oi intertton that wat ever shown in Rich Hill. Clearance tale of Calicos, worth 7 and S i-jc at 5 and 6c . Gingham worth it i-j and 15c at toe Ginghams worth 10 and 12 i-JC at 8 1-3 A very cod bleached mutlin at 6 1.4c Outing flannel, worth ia 1-3 and 15c at 10c. Outing flanneW. worth 10c at S 1-3 Ou'.ing flnnel worth S 1-3 at 7c Outing flunncl. worth 7 t-J at 5c A few pair of bUnket worth 69, 65 and 75c at 4SC. Dlankett worth $1.00 at 75c Blanket worth I f 25 and 1. 50 at 1,00 Underwear will be told at thi clearance ale that will inter. ett you. We are going to make our itock before tbking invoice. Mot of our hoe for pring men' and children', and will he tte. I THE BAZAAR OOOOOOOC OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0O 00 OOOOOOOOOOOOO-DOO OOOOOOOO LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Items Cleaned From This L...

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. — 16 January 1908

AT TIH'ICHUKCIIKS. EJanilay School at 9i. a. m. ' Preaching at 11 n. m. Junior Longuo nt 2:1-0 p. m. Ik worth Iv;-;uO at f:"0 p. ni Prayer meeting on Thursday evening at 7 :C0. ' The public arc conK-illy iuvil ed to attend. , . . A. G. Keast, Pustor. M. E. Church, South. Sunday School at 0:13. Preaching at 11 a. in. Junior League at 2 p. m. Senior League at 0:30 p. m. PrenchinR at 7:30 p. ra. Everyone cordially invited to attend the services. William II. IIakgkoye, Pastor. . Gcsd .Yzm Passed Cn. s 1 4 1 A Kaunas- paper passes ' this ptory nlonft: It hi, related that V merchant who lives In this State, while c.; 'until.;: hi money previous to taking it to theAmnk, forp't a rr . !f t, !,,,, ", l.r showcase. He. did not miss the nnney uriH tVi arrived at the hank, and when he returned to the store it vraa pono. lle-rjoserd a notico in the window as follows: If the person wbWtook a $20 bill from this store wishes to avoid trouble, he will im mediate ly return same as his identy is known...

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. — 23 January 1908

4 M I iiviiLM 4 y t !j VOLUME 18 RICH HILL KISDOUrJ, Til U? -DAY, JAITUARY aj, l,S. zro Si Ji LlLiu) U I klAo EE LCYAL TO F.ICH HILL Car People era Hurting t!ii Town by Psy.nj C:si on J rains Euy Tick:ts. The habit that people have o getting on trniu without ticket is hurting most of the town ii the Stnte with the railway com panics, nnd is in many cases the cause of cutting down the work injr forces in the depots end gen erl offices. It seems that the railway com panics chs each station in ira portance in proportion to the &tnount of money taken in. Since the two cent fare rate went into effect, the receipts at the depots have fallen off a great deal, while on the other hand the cash fares paid to conductors have increased as much, or even more. On this account, it is averred, some of the through trains have discontinued stopping at such places as Lees' Summit, War- ronsburgnnd a number of large towns. The ticket sales from th'se places are so small. Rich Hill will not suffer a...

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. — 23 January 1908

The Tribune 'r.o, R. Dowrtx, Editor d1 Manager. ! I ynWrlptton price 11.00 per jrtAf. J,tpnl at the Htch IIIIl pott- flf! re as ro!i(l tint! matter. notice to sicscn::LRs. gEFORE this issat of tht LTribunt reaches you, probably you will hare re ceived a statement of ac count for subscription to this paper. The new postal law makes it tecessary for us to collect all delinquent subscriptions or stop the paper, so do not take the statement sent you as a "dun," but rather as an effort on our part to comply w)th the law and to make it p6ssible for us to continue sending the paper to your address. Please attend to this mat ter at once. THE JAPANESE C'JESTQ. Happenings at Kei;!i, Ifc is claimed by Europetm mil 1 Mrs. Anna King, wo nre sorry itary experts that tho United to lenrn, is reported very sick States will soon he at war with! Mary AVi,S(,I1( ,iaUKi,tPr Jrn. They state further that pf j Wijson j0,ll.tflJ fnP At- The Sunflower glass plant at Coffeyville was destroyed by fire this wee...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 23 January 1908

V As to the Intelligence Insects of Being the Reminiscence of a Nature Fakir it John Kendrick Bang! o ui xruiit, lr Jurin hi. kutiM.) "1 wonder If th' president o the I'rltM States Is so author'ty on the ha'iits of Insects," said St "VY other spoon, who. having been atunf on the. end of his tr a bea that after noon, naturally bad the subject mors or les constantly before him. "I reckon he Is," said the pout mas ter. '"He's surrounded by 'em down to Washington." "I don't mean the kind that sets elected to the enlte an' house o" rep sentative," said SI. "I mean the real kind the bunln" kind." "That 1 don't know," returned the postmaster. "Hut for a bet It ain't an awful Ion shot that he be. Far's I ran see they ain't much In this world that he don't know all about, or can't find out all about In time for th- early eedltlon o' the newspapers In t he feel like takln' whack at It. Why?" 0 nuthln"." said SI. ruefully rub bins the end of his noc "I was Jest wo:iderln If anjbody'd ever tbou...

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. — 23 January 1908

Tho Rich Hilt Tribune. GK.O. II. IK) WELL. Publisher. RICH HILL MISSOt'KI. No decent person respect a auo cessful robber. Censure or praise cannot affect man who knows himself correct. There are Don so bad without some rood among our human brotherhood. Ideal words are imperishable, and memory Is the master painter of ex istence. Children who do not care whether school Veep or not would rather it would ot. People who put money in stocking re not necessarily hoarding it Some women do that. An army of tramps is beaded toward New York. Poor men! Their r1!!?ht must indeed be desperate. Farmers in Argentiua are harvest ing their wheat. A little later they will be buying automobiles. "Listen to your wife," says the gov ernor of North Carolina. Chorus of men: "How can we help It?" Envious person have accused Ad moral llob Evan of being bowlegged. That Isn't as bad a if he were knock kneed. Volcanic action, by threatening to produce new Islands, arouses appre hension of new complications in ...

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. — 23 January 1908

t 1 TMAWTRIALGRISIS Evelyn Paris Story May not Br Heard by the Public tbla Time. JEROME'S MANY OBJECTIONS Th Dtftndant'a Mothsr Wa W. nssa for a Ft w Minutes Jtrem Proposes to Objact to Many Frill of Laat Year. Now York, Jan 10 Adherln strict .)' to their promise o Intr) no other defense than I hut ot insanity In behalf of their client, the attorneys representing Harry K. Tliaw at Ma trial Wednesday continued the exaro Instlcn of witnesses who swore that young Thaw at various times In Ma lif appeared to them as Irrational nnd mentally unsound, rractically all of the testimony was entirely now to the case ami to do wit!) arts jon to the day of the tragedy UsHf. Th'n came the declaration of the ton men who sat on the coroner's Jury during the infj'ilry lulo Stanford White's death, all of whom declare.! that the defend ant the day following the shootlnt? acted Irrationally. "I manner anl appearance wore such as to cr.ie tho Hint her of the defendant, were mi tr a 1 1 1 1 km stand and J...

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. — 23 January 1908

t f i s i i t u : , n t i i t ..-.- - - i - t I'll HT" ;'"""'r pr' 1VlU. ) 1 SYNOPSIS. A itMachment of thp KiKMTith In f iniiy from Fori Kcthutie Sri!ci bT Jnnlans in a narrow purep. Armu.ff them I h stranecr Ito Introduces lnmsclf ly the nanm ctf 1mHtl. h'..o t','!''. tttc t'.st tra.-tcr. and hit (Inuctitcr. Olllis and majority of th soldiers lire killed dur Ipr h thn rinva' a:c. Hampton and iii' eJrS only cjicatw from the Indians. Tl'ty fall rKbauBtfd on the plains. A omrany of the Bvenlh cavalry. IJeul. Itrant in command, find them, Hampton an.l t lie pirl slop at th. Miner' Home in ;h-rvall. Mra. linfTy, prfiprieirena. Mamp tnn falka lite future over wuh Miaa Wil li tile KM. l?!ift show, him her moth er's picture and teiii liim wt-st he can f her parc-ritaK and life. They decide he shall live with Mr. Herndon. Naida 1 he Kid runs away from Wra. Herndon n! rejolna Hampton. He Induce her to fi hack, and to have nothing more to do with liim.. Hamilton play hla laat fcame of tarda. ...

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. — 23 January 1908

i ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE! imiiiii n ruunrr ciiri ?. At The BAZAAR Beginning MONDAY MORNING Will include new iik, new I'rfM poods and the finest one ul y new emroiil'Miei and wole I a r 1 1 s tl nortiioii that ever o o khown in Rich lli'l. Clcurnncf . ; le of o o C!ic.J, worth 7 ami S i-c at 5 and 6r. (jnliain worth 12 i-j ami i,c at 10c J Girghams wottli 10 and 12 r-ic- M S 1-3 o A very good bleached n-.u'tin n( 6 i..pc o Outing llaniiela, wmth 12 1-2 au l ic at iuc. 0 Outing fl.mneb. wctth locatS I- o Outing Hanreli -nrth S 1-3 at o Cutmg flannels, wmth 7 i-j a', o A few pair of blanket wniih to, 65 and -5c at 4?c. o Blankets worth $1.00 nt 75c o lilankct worth Ji.,25 nml i.o at 1,00 o o Underwear wi'l he su!d at t! it c'e:narur n!e th.it wid inter, o et voo. W ie k'i!2 ' rn.ike this clearance sle to reduce O Our tock htloie taking invoice. Come I efote the stock i roken o Mot of Our i:o s for prin me fine, including men', wo. O rtien'a and children'., and w:il be on a!e during tlio...

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. — 23 January 1908

GENERAL CUSTEQ'S MASSACRE. Tfcc Terrible Baltic as Descriltd fey one of the Only Two Men' who Escaped With Their Lives. T. TV. Golden, & resident of Kan ens City, claims to be one of the only two surviving members of General Custer's branch of the army, which was wiped out so cruelly in the famous Custer massocre by the Indians in the "Dig llorn river valley in Montan E8, on June 25, 1378. Mr. Golden jays there are hundreds of men trlio have claimed to be survivors of the awful massacre, but that they were not in the fight. His Story follows: "I was born in Wisconsin in If 55, and joined the Seventy U. S. cavalry in 1873. goini? with the lejjicnent on the Northern Pacific expedition in that year, and the following year into the Black Hills in South Dakota. From 1874 to 1S76 I was with the regi ment in South Carolina, and in the winter of 1S7G we were sent to join the army which was to march against the Indians, who were unwilling to stay on the res ervations, and make them abide...

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. — 30 January 1908

1" - ! i 4 ;w i j j I .lUllLA VOLUME 1 8 RICH IirLL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JA5UART ipoJ. TJB03 A j KIWSPAFER DYNAMITED. An Attempt to Blow Up thi Rich Kill Enterprlsj Sunday Right. Last Sunday niht about 9:00 o'clock the Rich Hill hnterpnso, man, was dynamited, but little real damage was done. m -o. rtm laid the eharre! . '. i r did not know now to destray a printing ofnee er wbb mistaken in the strength of the explosive used. The charge woa o.,i r,n the bod of the y iVV v va press and as this is of sterl, the only damage done was to the feed board and rollers of the Prauty cylinder press, a few cas es of type were "pied" or mixed up, and all the window lights were all blown out. The person who did the deed evidently unlocked the do.r, laid the fuse from the press to the door, and had time to disappear before the explosion took place. No due was left that would in dicate who did the work. Such attacks as this are anar chislic and will be condemned, by all pood citizens. The person hrtw...

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. — 30 January 1908

f ""(ti"'i (i'if.C '$5 ts -'". s'ii) Via i tV -k9f'f t ' . NATURAL GAS F03 RICH KILL Fresidsnt Shocks Society. fcfc! Hr' ftare 13 never a tpcslicEi as to i it 'Vf illll JL V fulness ol food raised iviili o ..J i. ' Hi n la) ft A pure, cream of tartar powder Its fame is world wide No alum; no phosphate of lime, The poUcnous nature ofatamjs so nell knonm that the sale of condiments and nhtskey con taining it is prohibited by law. "Washington dispatcher record snotbor violation of social cus tom"1 by President Uoosevclt. On Wednesday evening ho nc- tualiy attended a reception at the homo of the vice president. This is tho second timo tho president lifts ignored the "unwritten law" and it seems to bo considered It now seems reasonably cer. dreadful in tho national capital tain that Rich Hill is soon to be chic magistrate to do such a reckless and unconven-J A Csinf an hmil ind Prelimina ries 1'r.fcr Way. f rar.cMsa h.Ui for sni lection burning natural gas, piped from tional thing. m In ...

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. — 30 January 1908

Happenings Mmouri Raid Reollnd. Mm. i:Miiili !!i lvl -liK. tl ; tm old. Ile.1 nl In r 3;.t.i In HprliiRfli-ld n- f 1 1 1 . Mi. lMi-tt (talne. I tioti,iety Ill Cl.rU! ! it n lou'ily several )ciii nun In lint IS..'.. I K !)! troiibha. Iltr bonne In H;';ria wa HiiacVcd otie uteM by l:. Knohhe'i. A fierce tW. M rK.-. fur a tuee and r u!t-d In the li-iilli of Cli.ubn tJreen, her m,ii luliw, and V.l!!i!.i I-I riH In r twin. l-lll of whom . er shot y the rieej e r. Her hiiHbar.d wu html hi the neck. Imt recovered from t!ie wound. A few years later l.e niiii his wife ir.Okfil to Springfield. K.l'-ns 1 !! about two years oro. TI.Ti't HalJ KnoljIxTx Jotin Mantir. William Wplkor end l.ivli Walker were l..ui;.-d In Osceola May )i, ivsj, for the mur ier of Kdcn and tlrcen. The oiganfzation was formed in Taney enmity In lhSj to drive out " " Ll i tlReri" anil to re-suh.te the norai of the city. The first Important act wa t ti whipping of Green and Kdens. Af ter the whipping both men eent word to ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 30 January 1908

Tt c .Vc.'i Hill Tribune. (;!;. p.. ROW KM., Rul.!iid".T. rk it h;;.t Mismnr. California shipw-d 10 the rust more man i ,'HI'i mi l 01 green nun tins sen. a- Wc should not lay the result of our overeating on the grli perm. It ha times enough, of ita own. In India they marry Rills lo a Julep tree, hut In the Occident a family tree Is a consideration of more moment. A ship without a rudder is prctly bad, of murs", hut Ilis a good deal better than a rudder without a ship. Kins Alfonso should visit Rnnsma lo see what fine drainage- we're put ting tluoueh his ancestor's tax pre serve's. A New Jersey man has been sent to Jail as a "common scold." Now Jersey Is eccentric, but sometimes deviate into a bright Idea. New York is said to rest on a Tast Rod of garnets. Htrange, to many suc cessful jugglers In Wall itreet, it teemed to be a bed of tokos. The gj pbies of Granada, Spalu, are unique among the race as cave dwell ers, living in recesses hollowed out of a hillside not far from the city...

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. — 30 January 1908

t -x h v tr-K ' ' ", i THE PINAL REUNION. A I' lot! .lie if t.li-waeil ,f tr)H':t rlHHHl Wllllll Will I rekae, A) llinl In wl'l. Il Hie fink fit yof. l.lne WRvlllf o rr fieri In Ma of IB in t.nter liiciit, aerr il by aele I'Lmi e1 wit;, tin coml lrtr una" pt'-i-, While r-rr n lieni amh c.i-rv IjrdW Klxaia uiee, 1ml t oHtrt- iti'ff. to tre II.1 n rt iiW Itml I'O. Till l-ai limn f ill lieurm limim-d ll.eSr nlglil Tl- men In pray, ih' turn in l-ir. flarti lo hia iw n Iraititinna true. Vel ilnciiic han.la lo f rtenilnliip rl. Am iTmr m n litid hy I nu nu n a Meet, P'th Iron to ntiiual amtilema iow . Kiala urep, lut c-t'ir:rai.-s eoa. Now al.le by f.r. ttinae tiiH-r-.l f1R f which il acme, unite. In. Are ty.H of mutual amity. I'rft'D aft til will and feellne free, i f liuft oie itMtlon linLI to-d.y In H.mmun love, Ui t!u- and gray, S 'neath ole ftaa; they U!ir. Irw. Rjn!s onoe. but rftrnrfN new. Jth H i"k, in llaiomore Amer'-an. A SAVING SPIRIT. Amuiinj Weakness Displayed by a Solditr of...

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