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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 30 January 1908

mma L.nnv 7.Vf l.iiu. -i.U. ,,. SYNOPSIS. A hmeet of tti ricltteenth tn- T.lin v from r'e.rt HMtiune trHire1 hv ttuihtns In a narrow cerai-. AnnniK them H termor iitr..liii-.' iili:H.'lf l.y lisino of I lantti'iin, Ri0 ti:i!t tlie pol t.-olt-r. ami hi it:i uiihti-r. ;-Hw unit n majority of the tioMtein arp kill'! dur i a three dav r'.-hiv ilnmptiin ""d "' Kirl only e-T''' from the Inilian. Tvtnv fall (tyhnM on tKe plMln A -oiniHny of the -veroh esvalry. t.liiit. Hniet in ronntntl. hnit them. Hampton ael the rtrl ti.ti nt tlv Mmr-c- Il-Mlie til ;"TVnM, Mrs. l'urty, pr.prietres-. Hiimp 'n Otiks tlje future nvrr writu Mlsn 11:1--the Kill. H! ihnm w lilm her molh- r's tHiiirv anrt telt htm wt'Ht lOie ean of her rmrentmr" mvl if. Thr tteeli -rie shall live w-ith Mrs Ilermton. Nlih Ihe knl-run ay from Mm. Hermhin s und re.ioinii IUmi!ori. He indu e her to so Isut k. mi,1 to hne imilne mot t d with htm. Hampton pluys his lat sm of caril. H ftnnr.ur.ees to lifsl rt'ftvln tht lie hss r):it. ...

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. — 30 January 1908

rooooooooooooooooooouoaoac ANNUAL CLEARANCE SA1E1 At The BAZAAR Beginning MONDAY MORNING Will include new ailki, new dreu (rtvoda and the fintt lift of new embroidnira and wtHt band ci tmtrtion tbat was evar ihown in Rich Itiil. Cirarartes mle of Calico, worth 7 and S I3C at 5 and 6c. Glniehamt wnrilt 1 j i-a and 15c al toe Ginghams worth 10 and 13 i-je al 8 I-J A very Rood blracttrri mualit at 6 1.4c Outing flannel, worth 11 -i and IJc at IOC. Outing flrnel. wcrth mc at 8 1-3 Outine fl.nneU orth 8 ij at ye Outing flinnt-U, worth 7 I-J at 5c A few pir of Mitiktt worth 60. 63 and 75 at 481. BUnkcM wotlh $l.oo at 75c Blanket worth fi.35 ind 1.50 at 1,00 Underwear will W mM at thi e'earance al thit will Intsr. CM you. r are eon-.g to mike hta clearanc) al te rartacs our tock l-tnr- tkirg infice. Corns before th atok i trclan Mot of mir !ue ff.r pnnj ate here, including rnifi'l, wo. O men' and chiMrrta. and w.l! V on aie during this eftaranre I THE BAZAAR ooe0ooooocoooooooeoooov? oooooo...

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. — 30 January 1908

V I A Ccod E3!;s Cor.!jf Town, ' Kockvillo is one nf the- thrifty fjnwn down tho Knty lino, Sn Tlio quarterly prado cards of the F.icli Hill school were thsedfre of Hot ' enmity. It s Rent out tin xvoi'k. it M tho tie holiness men carry up-t-ebtc!.ire of tho tonchora that . parent To" Fata cf Schools. . stocks; arc nil solid for 1 1 to best interests of KoclniHo, nnd work sn, perfect lmrmony. Tho Mock and jjrin men p:IVr the busi 19 n, with prices that . brinpr Hock and j;ra:n from n lontr dis tance nnd the fdiiprnonts from that point mafco a showing that in liurd to bent by towns. double its !ize, r.ml nt or.o time week bc for last, 7 cars of stock were hipped. They also have one of tho host hanks in the state, the I7,ank of Koekville; W. E. Ileyle is the cashier. He is courteous an; obliginp, and yet he keeps an eye single to the very, best banking methods, and that insti tution is as solid as the rock of ages. You will have to travel a lonp distance to find a better town than llo...

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. — 6 February 1908

FT i v-jj T i i p-1 liUlS jraiiQJlhii i'Jj U i , 4 t ', ill i mmj RICH HILL JII -30UP.I, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, iS. VOLUKE i PFiCCF CF THE FUQCIKG. Facts as to Fich Hill's V bstanti alitf rrosoci'if ct Ksr Merchants. That Rich H'H ' to,T"' is proven in n better way than the undisputed Min es in busi ness other imTchsnt. Below is given a lit of firms that htm. grown to sm-h proportions that they Inw 'Vnr. (i '." v or rit'u - and II 1' '' that a!I save tli lt naiowi, m i their start" in t his town. Rub Hill has certainly oeen.a rwki town for them. As toour oilier merchants - well, they have their hands full at home. The Gench Urns, have pur chased a stock of hardware and implements at Iiutler, rmi will operate the establishment, in connecti'Wi with their big Rich Hill store. II. Iy A I'-ro., who" huge ton in Rich Hill is oi.e of tho fin.it tn li f(.!!ld in tt, tat have hnotbr u-;:l.' '.( t.u.n ..rv.nur.'" time, they desire to i i u i i .-. -o.t-tt di!. patch letters, instead of sup hre...

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. — 6 February 1908

i n nn nn n nn nn n n n n n ;in,n n i. . In 1 III I I, L i 11 1 i uu uu Li Li vl Li SI After completing our inventory, we find we have too many Winter Goods, On account of the mild winter, we have more left than usual at this time of the year. In order to make them move quickly, we'have put the knife deep. During the financial crisis in November and December we were fortunate to contract for a lot of Spring Goods, which will bo put on sale with the Winter Goods at less than today's wholesale price. These Spring Goods consist of Laces, Em broideries, Bleached and Brown Muslins, Sheetings, Muslin Underwear, New Dress Goods, Ginghams, Lace Curtains, Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums, and many other articles too numerous to mention. Wo herewith quote you only a few of our many bargains. Bring this bill with you, WE GUARANTEE TO SELL EVERY ARTICLE AS ADVERTISED. J Choice New Cloaks $ 5.00 Cloaks for 6.00 " " 10.00 " " 13.00 " " 20.00 " " $ 2.50 4.00 5.00 7.50 10.00 Just Think! One-Half Price For ...

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. — 6 February 1908

SIZZLING MESSAGE SENT TO CONGRESS PRCSIOCNT ROOStVCLT SCORCS DIG CORPORATIONS BECAUSE OF THCIR ATTITUDE. STANDARD'S METHODS ARE TORN TO PIECES Tendency of Oil Concern to "Over Awe, Crush and Osdain Public," Proves Warm Theme in Chief Communication. pr.v'.lf'M n..r.rVM' m'r.zlr.f flirt p . 1 ri( r ph a Wt 1 tic i u '. t irn t t . ( i f.t.r r i"f luitit:t Iti, ' -i . n. ' f-r : I ;0--tt h t ':: n:--r ',:- r--Mln. Hfl'l Ulf I-.l;MV ii K U f. . ,;'..! to t ti M ' t; loll of I ho Is w r..i , ' l.iF .1 fr pi ) irn a i; :-!- t t; p . ri1l-:-' n h ' K ir.-.r-itnif 1 ;t r' l.jitMl'ty "(. r'ntlv ill -i l iin! hi:. nist u ii tonal ly the luj-rvm i ' : t. !'' pr f. tiiit ii i'l ; " rt-s r-1i thi mpiivirV 1 1 :. ! 1 . i T 1 i a I r'Uim ntf h I imm i r n.i t -- I'll !t''i IM F-"p F I tint It ti.l pp t v or I 'i 1 '. of Ti- 16 I- h itjf trt mi a it run nmximi- f. )V jf p!v. put Ft r Ir t to'! 1 1 It pro t . - inn f ui',!,ln Ui i f op- t.t c r t n I o ft p .m Ir,. Ti t Isrl n iC t h 'IF ) 1 v nn Mi...

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. — 6 February 1908

Tlia nich Hill Tribune. r.r.o. n. dowki.l, publisher. mat iiili Missonu. Neitieche Foresaw tit Superwomsn. Of all the theories propounded by 11 ledrlrh Nietzsche, the Iconoclastic German hilmpher, H(n have wdelded a slrnnccr Influence than those dealing with tin? woman quev tioa. His views ou this question are. strangely contrndletoi y, nnd seem to have been different Bt different times in hla life. Schopenhauer's extreme antlfomlnlst views, Wagner's Idola trous worship of woman, both left a deep Impress on his mind. Ho evi dently regarded woman as the eternal paradox at once the "parasite" that preys upon man, and the lnsplrer who lifts him to the heights. Did Nietzsche ever dream of a superwoman to match his Ideal superman? The answer to that question, says Current Literature, Is found In his definition of marriage. He said: "Marriage thus I call the will of two beings to create another who shall be more than they who Treated It Marriage I call reverence unto each other, as unto t...

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. — 6 February 1908

THOS. CUE, OF ALASKA, I'EL'SERCFU.S. CONGRESS IDEA FOH 8UPPCW DISH. j THIRTY YEARS Of IT. Tor 12 nd tl l.'.tfr t! J -!,!i A. K'r F in, 1,4 t r---. t" ie i g i Returned Trelf Tell How 1o Pra- A Fearfully Long fcieg cf D'!y Pain i- i . !. ! t and Miirry. i I t iff:: , ii l ! f i H'r'l A'nnu n om Ihr I'm i fit .'..'iyV. Hit li'mbinrtin .liih t tjltytk St., A'. II'., H uAKf.'n, IK l". V CONGRESSMAN THOS. CALE. ITon. Th'is. Cale. who was elected to rim.T-i from Ala.k. inncll knownon Km Pacific sl.p-. t here he hi rcsi.le.1. Hi W ak'iinjrt.in add res. is 1 I j VUli SL, N. YV., Yaliiufeiuii, 1. t. Washington, I). C Peruna Drug Co., Columhtm, Ohio, lirmlcmeit: I can cheerfully mom mend I'truna at a t err efficient rein Id or tmih and coiii. 7 homat Cale. Hon C. SSi'M'p. Congressman from Virginia, urilev "j lisir Ii vonr vi uabe ccnie.lv. IVrnna. Willi Wiieti.ial results, and an unhesitatingly n-nru iiu'ii.l MMir reii''ir a an juiiL-oratinz Umit' and an tlVure and perniauctil ;ure for catart...

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. — 6 February 1908

n iti vim a f PLACEI SYNOPSIS. A uVt Utnput of tho V.islitwnt h ln r.inlry from Kort Pothiine trappeJ by T.o'irtri in a rtio-row irore. Anionic thrm ts A f..rn!iger vho Inl roilncifi htni-lf by t!;e mine of Hampton, also t;ilits Ho pv.t traii-r. ami tun daughter. ;iili ami m r;i .iontv of tne tMiifiM r Mi1 klilnl d-.;r-lrg a thr-e days' sire. Hampton and ile irlrt only escape from tin- Indians. V!u-- f;i ei4iistet nn the plains. A noi.o:;y of the St-vetith rayalrv. I. but. Ib'-int in roinninnri, find tbeni. !i;tmpiun f-iri ihe col i-v t the Winers' Hume in Llenr-ah). .Yir. 1 niff-. proprietress. Han-p-o tulks the future nv-r with Mis ti lls tbe Kiii. Sbe show Mm her moth er's pit ture anil tell Mm w hnt she ran of Per parentage ar'.d bfv They rbs Me Fiin.ll live u 1 1 ti .Sir II' -rn.lon. Nni'H ! Kl l-rur ay from Mr. Hrnl'.m' aii rejoins Hampton. Me imbires ber to Bn ha.k. arvi to have ntli!ii inin to ilo with Iiiiti. Hampton play his lust Kame of ear. Is. He announre to lleil laln ...

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. — 6 February 1908

Y n ho f XV ! nn .,!.. ,ia- . .u in. VI. V.d iho tiu- SM'S mw '.I'll wn ct lU-'V ml no lott ml ll-v the ni' IOVI--ft Hit .'ulv n !- liU , l. if the lll!l Wl'l f.-.t-r "dilv cov r M d.-r ! ; f..r,r. J istntrl J f0 nf low sl for in. tt" rvn l !' tttlll.l ou t!i bs(i i' h .- r-m,:- t on ' ' hin i ; hn to ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE! OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoOOOOOeOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOO o o o o 0 0 o o o o o o a o o o o At The BAZAAR Bcinnint! MONDAY MORNING Will incltiilr- nrw ilk, new itr foods rtnd the rte v mMiuJi it - nn.l m iilp t n-iiU ot in-iitum fhown lit Kifh Mill. ("It t ii tiff . le of Clico, worih jr anil S l-;$c nnrt Cc (Jlnghum wortli 11 i-j grid lr nt inc iiiigi irs wpitli in nnil 1 2 t-:r :ii S 1 j A Vf t'noil birHihid ttuoh" ri b 1.4c Outing flannel, worili U l-Z and ISc at 10c. Outing tlinneb. wrrth 10c at 3 1-3 Outing flnne! worth S 1-3 at 7c (into line of thai wit fVff O 0 o o o o o o o 2 0 vjuling ti innci. wrrin ioc ai o 1-3 n ...1. c . . . - O O ? r P o S o o o o O o o o...

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. — 6 February 1908

( (' () W '?) '-) : ; Hi ) ') IS' ii 0v00000000000C'0O o o o o o o o o o o Nursing baby? It' a heavy traln on mother. Her tyetcm is called upon lo supply nourishment for two. Some form of nourishment that will be easily taken up by mother's system is needed. Scolt's Emutstcn contains the greatest possible amount of nourish ment in easily digested form. Mother and baby are wonderfully helped by its use. ALL DRUGGISTS! EOe. AND $1.00 o o Titusi ni. 8 hams. (i) VI Excursions r via. Frisco Homeseeker's Excursions 1st and 3rd Tuesdays in each month. Summer Tourist rates to all sum mer resorts. Two daily trams, except Sunday) to Texas and Oklahoma and to the south-east. Noon train for points northwest and west. Best train for Ft. Scott, Pittsburg. Joplin, etc: go to K. C, on the 4:30 p. m. train arriving 10 p. m. Best line to all points. Information cheerfully given. Inquire a depot. GEO. B. CONOVER, Agt. Viifiipar, II. V. Atiftttn, nnd M. A. Aimtln, hU wire, hy their deed of trimt. (lute...

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. — 13 February 1908

V 1 I ! i i ! ! ! ! VOLUME if men hill n .r i. wrosrsDAY, feeruary , fs 1T ii i . . Li U ii J J Li;--.'' U U Lr;i y v o o o o o o o o o 8 s ,1: 1 O I a" Fuiit Entcriorof the Dulltiing end the B!litinirht Hour By CoPjbsrs. 0 TWENTY Dy the Dnndits. HREE THOUSAND' DOLLARS ARE fflMS fewfr' Large number of Armed Citizens Qulclcly Gather at Orccked Dank, 12ut The Thieves Hake Good Their Escape. The Farmers' and Manufacturers' Bank, of Rich Hill, was blown up by same terrible explosive soon after 12 o'clock last night, presumably by robbers. The entire front of the building and the fix tures and interior in general are a complete wreck. The brick vault is torn nearly to pieces, the west side being blown out, and the steel burglar-proof safe on the inside at this hour, 2 a. in., is completely covered with brick and debris, and it cannot be ascertained how much, if any money was secured by the bandits. Night Policeman Mead, was at the scene of the wreck within two minutes after the bank was ...

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. — 13 February 1908

rou ics. 1 1 1 V n: . CfflCE For n; a! ::4s,jj..j C Js . .v-Ii .CiisA , a f I t J:!ki'..is hot biscuits, hot hrc&ds, cake and pastry , there is no substitute for J- 1 Tli" n'.u'vi if ti Ini ln t n rrhod jits to fi'.I' i .il ef;r" holders tatting ipart in party n.atter.s. j H mh'ii ah ii nl t lmt oiaro jholdeis should ho ltept out of lij!i' ies; ntiil nrain, there, is a pes j (niliiiit.v tin.'. l!"v s ; ,v got into th' ir.it' i-r to Ut .'pi v. I lie pres ent discussion, however, is in re- ! i- si- i IJo LI m n r 1 j v.. - J r.cosLVELrs rcsmox. Tt in veil known tint th Ilium cial jugglers in Willi Street und out of it, Mindti tho attempt, tosid die thu blame for tho late finan cial flurry on Presidt. nt Roo;-e volt. Desirous to obtain the views of its renders on this ruiestion, tho Saturday Kvening Post ashed gard tu the ( fiice holders Maying jthom the jucstion "Is Roosevelt entirely out of p.. ! t'e . I"- inemuiee to biiinoKsV' and received about five thousand ' answers, making ...

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. — 13 February 1908

An American in Politics . RACE FOR IIT i:KRT The course of politic In the ward h'Ti I resided wa a stormy one. IC -t y year there was an aldernianlc. contest, one of the. two aldermen of lb ward flnlshe-d hi two year lfni In tl dry rumirll, and M rolUague holding over until the jcar following. This practice of alternating, together Willi mayoralty election which in rlul.il with It a tiitrh of 35 alder iih n to h.i v'.i rtcd In the vnrlo'is ward, and a roster of cltjr and coun ty otIiclalH, kept the j.illtleal pot !! Ing In all thf ward, and especially the doubtful d!st rlcls. the "debatable ground'' of bo:h i artles. The office of alderman waa one of the mobt Important, If not the yery greatest, in tbe Rift of the people, aa the people themselves saw It; that l. In many ward. It mattered com paratively little who waa mayor. It nattered l-ss who was president, but it made a big lot of Uillerenre aa to who wu alderman. Now it go hapr-ened In our ward that the opposition party had prac...

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. — 13 February 1908

1 1 9 OBI u te ril EX v-t i tt 1 E: r It to it tt 1 .1 Tho nidi tail Tribune fiKO. H. POWKI.I,, Publisher. I ; : r ! i mix .. . .. Missorni Why not build A riouchnnt without hole mill fool the pessimists? If Anna (JuiiM Hd not have enonch :sf J-'rench nobility the other lime she must ho hard to sntisfy. A Uniting Kngllsh womnn says that husbands are elnms. Welt,, who I It thai mnkes them shut tip? A New Vork physician wants so ;Iety to fly kites for Its health. Any iMrig tit all sit It ln't a useful oor ration. Now that thc-lr convention Is over the scientists may hurry hack to tho society of the pulnea pig and the k! ant poato bug. Maybe those Kuropeans mho etill think there will he war between this country and Japan have not seen a picture of our fleet. Virtue hardlr gets a chance to cat itself on the back in San Francisco before vice rises up and bands It one or two in a tender spot. That it Is the dutv of a man to walk the floor alt nUtht with a crying baby is the opinion handed...

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. — 13 February 1908

THE TIME TtJT. CARE C TH KITCMEV. Happenings History of Mark Twain Cv. iu the m Inter or lVH2i Jack Sims t trti ki d a pnnttii-r Into a cave on the river two miles below J lannlhnl. It was In tin- evening m J In utopix-J up (h entrance wltli chunks and small l); of wood and returned home. The u-xi morning he ci!li'cti- a number nf settlers, men arid boys, mho with. Jo and Run repaired to the cave ox K'ftiii to have a t)ls leant her hunt and fljtht. The ninutli of the cavern was still Mti.cr and ni slstn that the a ii I in :t I hud escape'd mas visible. The obstructions were removed and the duR. 8t'tt In, followed by mint men. And !o, mhat mas thought to be an WiblKnincHtit IIUIean!iiil den man found to bo a larp an. I extensive cave. This waa the discovery of mhat mag at fire! knomn an McDowell's fvf. from the fart that Hr. MrIXip!l, mho owned and mas at the head of a medi cal c!!cpe In St. Ixiuis. brouRht the dead body of a child to the tare and placed It far within one of the cold...

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. — 13 February 1908

fi i s ITT) I i L ii r SYNOPSIS. rti-tMrlimfnt of ttir I'.iicMnth (n ti.rv fnim I'crt UeHmttt; t'apiwl by i-;,' ns In a narrow tvt. Arrmnn thni t rai4ir w ho nlroiti' Mm. -If by 1 1 oHMif of Mnmpton. Uwi Iiilm I In jirM (rH'Wr. an1 tits 1iitiel.Sr. i; i i i i And .n roMtiit v of the w )Ufv fir Vlll1 dur i" k a t hrtp davit' itSr-co. Hampton m1 i ' Kirl tniiv -ft'fl from she India nit t'h-'V ffll fxlunmtrd on the plain. A rninimnv of t ht tvni h, cavalry, l'rsrii in rummatiil, find tVn-m. ll:imptnn i'd (h ti. k;oi at tti Minm Hnnip In ; '.otiffti'l. Mns. IvifTy, propria! rm. 1Imt;i i.m imIks U: f it'iro ovt with Mm (iil th Kid. Slip nhow him lu-r iinHii rr c pM'ttirr and t'iw htm what sb ran f h r purintace and ltf. Thry dHd :h Kha.il live tlh Mr. llrndfn. Na.da "' Kidruns sawav frtirn Mr. HTndon' nH rjotns Hampton. If (nducrsi htr to k. td to iAvfi nothing more t do vli'i him. Hwrnpton plays hi tt Kn tf i-Htds annoiim to Rd PIh via li-.at he l a quit, and then 1vm (ilcn- id. Minn l'...

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. — 13 February 1908

r .. ' J Ccalh U'ii TW3. e,(. -I fCr lttT.lV) j 'TTTTTTTYTf T TTT TTTV77VTTV fTT t'TTTYTTYTTYTT7TYYTfTTT 1 SHIRT WAISTS JL'st IN, 5 O CTS TO S5.00 DONT FAIL TO SEE Til EM. THE BAZAAR. OOOfrOOOO&OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO''- COOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOO-O LOCAL HAPPEXINUS. XttnU Cleaned From This Locality and Sorted Out in Sizes. Dr. Huklss' listen. Mr. J. Myers spent Friday "with Butler friends. W. W. Ferguson vas a Huth-r visitor Tliarsdiy. I. F. Caldwell, of the Ilarley Lumber Co., was & Butler visitor Friday morning. Ths Tkibcne cditrr trans acted business in Butler last Thursday evening. Sam Barr. manacer of the Peoples' Elevator Co., of Butler, jo! the Normal think of happj wu in Rich Hill Friday. Normal days when they bearbim vn this subject. Dr. W. J. Hawkina, president of the Warrensburff Stat Nor mal, lecto red to a good audience at the Weat school building last Friday night on the aubject of "Roadinc." He ably demon atraU'd the difference between the old system of reading for wo...

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. — 13 February 1908

:;::) ai m at panada. J;:. C, r:::H YY.i'ss en hUrcst f U.tjr fcf fra.ss en t';j Eli CitcS. LahCarcai ton, Canal Zof., January 20t!i, lDO. Editor Wch Hill Tritium'.. ExciTfctions on the canal li.o fceearroKressinjf tcry satisfac Icrj. The total output of lite tieira sherds in the CuU-bra di v,'ia3 for Dcaibf r, 1007, vsi l,CrO,47i cubic yards, hi!o thU for December, 1000, was only 27S.1G7 cubic yards. The aver age cumber of steam shovels at work in that ditision in Decern ber, 1007, iras forty -three (de dactiens beinff made for shovels that were idle part or all the time), while in Daceraber, 1906, only twenty-three shovels were in eerrice. From these figures it will be seen that the work per aLovel was almost twice as much La December, 1007, as in the same north of lOOfl. This is a re markably rood showing. The Caleb r division is mentioned be c&nte it includes thi greater part Prt of the heavy excavation. Large reductions in the work--infif forces have been made. The greatest...

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. — 20 February 1908

- ! i. US j M ! 0 1! 4 &asB II a mi f RICH HILt MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY jo y, VOLUME 1 8 THE BANK MYSTERY Why Was The Bank Building Blown up OTHERS SUFFER No New Developments. De tectives Get Bus)-. Bank Dcir.g Business. The fuel stnted in List Wed nesday TKUU.Nr. concerning the bank robbery practically covered all details ami nothing new in the case has developed up t date, as no clue smiiis to haw been found to reveal anything. The on? thing ihnt puzzles everyone is th;t the robber de etroyed the int-nor of the build ing after getting the im ney. lUd it not been h.r the large windows, transoms, etc, the building would have been entire ly detr"L These openings gave th terni'ie c -'.mi "ge of nitro glycerine a t bunco t oscapf, and tbus saved the building from to tal destruction. A detective who ' here stated how ho thought the rob bers got into the safe. Ho thin' they dug a bote througti the brick vault, and did uil the woik from the Inside, and Mate th.it the door could ...

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