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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 10 December 1903

JliljilLjiLd Jl'lniJilfc .- - ii u. CICII UILL. imaQTJtt.1. TJICBSDAY, DKCEMDOt 10, 1903. 5o. 1 CM M I T "'v j : ,1 '2 ' AM. Attention farmers. Why remain In the North ' ant! stay Indoor six Month lit the year consuming what you raise during the other six months? Uu South where you con work out door every mouth in the year, aud whore you Hre producing something the year run ml. If you are a tuck raiser yon know your stock are uow "eating their hen il off" n.id, liesldi-s, hare to Is? protect d from the rlg of winter by exwuslve shelter. Economical stock feeding requires the com I if nation of both fleh-formlng ami fut forinlng foods in certain pnv portlon. Alabama a nil Florida produce In abund ance the velvet lenn nnd'eas snva. the flrxt a f1t pro ducer, nnl the latter a fat producer, and they are tlie rhenpettt ami lt fattening material kuuvtg to the world More money can lx made and with k-KM lulior. in gen , end farming, fruit and lerry crowing and truck garden ing along our road...

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. — 10 December 1903

JTHE TIUBUNE !K'1 V HITB - 11V I MSMKIl lit i hi HY I "'''" i:i:u in . - mis(CM. King Peter n until to borrow fS'V'O, 000. Is be preparing to abdicate! The rcnl trouble will arlnn In Tntsn ma whfii they begin to distribute th POStOfSces. jRpan should count 100 and then take a walk around the block before going to war. Presumably th fellow wbii sold hla ear will fix r.p noma implosion story to tell his friends. The rcrro women wvl4 rsfher b a dog and bar ihe moon than ban men real!; afraid of her. Prg-om Iroff," exclaimed th czar, and straightway th jrovernor general of Kiel! departed for bis estate. King Alfonso of Spain. Is going to traveL Ha will see a frreat many things that his country Uf-ed to can. The St. Louis Globl?mocnt de f c a promoter a "a man who ran double his money without putting any In." King Teter of Servla Is beginning to hope that some of bis subject really mean Jt when they aay. "Long live the king." Tbe news of the death of the com poser of "Silver Threads Amon...

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. — 10 December 1903

Message and Session of iiio Fifiv-Eialiili QOgfOSS: Prosldit looseiliV JOCULBIT FROLl G1SEF EXECUTIVE OEAD 0 Much Important Legislation Recommended to the Attention of the Lawmakers Policy of the Government as to Capital and Labor Need of Our Merchant Marine Alaskan Boundary Question The Venezuelan Dispute Development of Alaska Causes Which Led to Establishment of New Republic of Panama Reasons for Recognition by the United States. . Iniquities in Public Lands and Postal Frauds, and Iheir Dire Effects, Pointed Out Immediate Need for Treaties Making Bribery Extradit ableOur Relations with Turkey The Consular Service Question of Immigration Preservation of Forests Safety Appliances Law Extension of Civil Service Rules The Army International PraMdnt RooseveH'i annual .capo vm read to both houses of lb Fiftr-elpMh CoDKtens UiU ' afternoon. It Is as follows: To the Fcnut ond House cf Hcprtirn fJim: Tbe country a to be oieigratalated o the imount of substantial hif vrmfUl which baa mNrkH ...

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. — 10 December 1903

The Tribune. o. r. m;mriVi ' NJSNK1K I'. M! CKI.il T. Kdltoraand Pobllhr, nVl S.I Monthly. . TliraaMnatM .. , . I Siagta COiv 3 Knlrrtil icctiAq If tlt cl ol Congtaui idc fKM l Kick Hill, aiKKWld daa Ml BlalMI Tlie'President can make no tat ter appointment for Assistant Tre as urer to succeed Gen. Tartar at St. Louis, than Tbo. J. Akins. The fight on the confirmation of Gen. Wood oiiRht to fil as we be lieve it will. An offiicer with the excellent record he ba made de serves well of his country. The double-chinned vanity of Gen. Brooke ought not to b allowed to stand in his way and Rathborn ought to stand from ufiJcr and wait awhile. We print the President's mes sage in full in this issue. It is di vided into appropriate sections, each with its proper heading, so our patrons can read such parts as interest them most. The whole message is mighty good reading and will well pay one for a careful perusal of the whole document. We serve notice on every Repub lican in St. Louia that any a...

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. — 10 December 1903

BIG SALE Saturday. Dec. 12 Next oturday Next HE'S COME O. D. S. R. H. MO. OLD HAN'T A CLAL'S rnme tn one Jay, And loon the boys were beard to ny: "Yer bet I knew Old HanU wa near, - When I haw the tlilnjm tbat't there t IIICKEY'8 OPEKA STOKE. Don't miss our big BARGAIN BALE salo of Christmas floods next SATTJR DAY. Regular $2.60 for S1.09. OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE. D.B.MCUY, Preprfetsr Opera lioase'BIdg. Rick Rill, M J. Nevada bas a railroad Y. M. C. A. ball in active operation. ARGO Trade with u and we will get you a beautiful Aigo pic ture of any of your friends, free. Mrt. W. Hudson, of the Arthur Coal Mining Co., will spend the winter in Someiset county, Ken tucky. We are glad to note the continu ed improvement of'lave Tygard at Kansas City. Hit many friendi hope to soon see him at home again. The youngest daughter of II. C Hudson, that bat been sick for o long with rheumatism and resultant dropsey ia very low with little bopci ot recovery. All is being done that it pos.ihle ...

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. — 10 December 1903

. 1 N-rf v rt-td Ha.d,--M sod firmed ..t A ' k V . 1 1 : : end p ;,V l ft I fit tin- i 'Veiii J.i'' ; 'T Tli.-f. !'.:ii,.i km1 pi n"d ('Midi) dcir purr in the . . I World, li.p-r la I U should be fiiilfi(; noi t. iiiveynf iroj public; lar-.l inirr.cii i t t..'y l-reim. t 'n'tl I'ind ISVVS should ho i T 4 ? v-- 'J eh'.'et-V th cntil-lnnd i t'tn r-T'in nmv ninVie. M location snd seroce p-ilene tirr l'-r tne ( h -n.l kindred in th.e im pr"S-t ibrd for homernd and tniticrs.1 rntev.mcn. Sal mon hut. he-1. a, em-ln-ivcy under iiov eminent I'tintt'. aboutd la Vela Pit wit". Tha ruble alv-tiM be eln led from HHkft win!arif.' Whtff-n roods and trail should lv hi:1lt. mid the building of tail road promoted in all leicflimiit w n vn J.trtPt-hmises nhould he bnlit along lb cuMHt. Attention hntild ! paid to -.evda of the Alrrka, lii'llfi'iH, I'rni islnil should pry made for nn nl'.l'-cr, Willi dcpti ties, to study their lice. is. renevs their tmme.ilrite went. nd hetp them aiapt tbrmsrlve t th n...

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. — 10 December 1903

r JUaAAaAalAaaa.AiUUAAlX' v' 1 4 V 1 ' t1Nt , v ' rVUOt. Straighten Up in-i waafcn "4 M t Backache M4 rt Mm up, ISt. Jacobs Oil Frict t3c and SOe, TfTTTTTTTTVTMTTTTf TTVTTtl Pago Fcnco aa common mem m 1 VIGO Strong I Intend to bar ....toda ot has. Cut tut tad nail la PACE KOVEN Leaking fcr a llama? Tan tihv aaao lit vlw ttta f not I n 1 favl tnat n lfmin iartna af t ftcirrf to fttirport toAi! ot 5" 000 OT iftl 1 ! inmifituua tH itM am ua vib FREE Bomitliad Und Mmi'W rwaiMaii. wrhir iHter ttMl nv t r"" cd from AMU! an4 l-uitl t txr.a94. 1 hm rai ttBd irrr. ml V mimb C u.avtw v i yt tha coatiMT'T. pfotlnrinti tb Krfl ffrcut. mJii CAtUia ll4 o ra aioa rolyT fur ourkvl. MMiffU, tirliU. HUrar tUl ttlkr N-IUaM Mia hi W Miara tiiiwi mm bW spot far th tw,ar. Writ lo tWa SvpiiBtol-frt !aitfrarlou. Ca- tra. tor a 4 trnptir Atlaa. 4U1 mttt iislarasatieaja, Etoiba ut bofixtvl C atts-iiaa GtntiParnl Aitaf S.Crawto.4. htvUW. Nmil. lwxrt. tiatwa 17. Ww A tHk!nj contrast xtwrt Defiance Starch Vrvd ...

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. — 10 December 1903

! J ' a a .. v .' i.'S '"V ' y? I'lVf" "FT I JUST LIKE E0YS f Lif 4mlFTlt of Two L,li, sn Aunt One cf t.'-s larscst srJ f.cst TtoroiJafc'y FcftrcJ Cc.",cs h the West. and I ighllng Rooster. li (lie dnye when n brow nstone front was regarded as the outer h nl risible sign of "gentility," and when lifo in New York was a simpler matter than it is today, 1 tli'.'ft lived iu oim of the orthodox 1 mahious a tain highly resjicct- 'able maiden lady and two nep hews, rati inR, to whom she vat guardian, says t ho Century. A classmate nnd chum of th elder boy luul become the IM'X possessor of a rooster, which, t lie seller assured him, had a "his gamy streak to him." Inflamed 46 $!nitril t'i. Ceorsa-a. 321 GrarluMa laMy-ear. Tr.ia la th rnty Inatttn. l..,i. t;. ; : . i . .. - - -I-. .f. are rw w,.icri al ae-e.ial it. Iv-iw nuf rental Mlblv law rates $M,f'0 t !C.P3 r'" eT.iirerrnwa.rTie tr-pref Fnny Wey V. Nw tvor3, aulte of moma I'.V t his Clllogy, bol h boys Were W lid (cn. In 1. 1' ? ? v lei...

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. — 17 December 1903

. '',' V hii M ALLd V'OLUMi: 14 UICH III Li mtZOtllt, TUCIISOAT, ttlXCMDEl 1 1t I03. 3. IS T7 AUcalion farmers. Why remain In the North and tiny In doom six month In tlwyenr con.iimlutc what yon mine during the othtT nix months? ! South where you can work yut door every month tn the year, ntul where you n producing something tlx year round. It you are a stock raiser yoa know your stock nrc now "eating their heuds off" ainl, tteKldes, hnve to lm protected from the rig ors of winter by expensive shelter. Economical Block feeding mtnires 1 combination ot hoiii llefch-fomitng anil fttt , tonnlntc food In certain pro- i tortious. Ahtbntna nnl 'loridit produce In abund ance the velvet licnn nndeas snva, the fint n flettli pro ducer, nnd the Intter a fat producer, etui they hit the cltenpcut nml bet fattening innUrlaU known to the world Mo iv money can to made rind with ltM 1Utor. In gen ernl farming, fruit nml t terry - growing and truck garden ing along our mud In the South than In any o...

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. — 17 December 1903

C: V! i CI Is t wir 1 pi: c: THE "TRIBUNE ! liH) I. J'l'rl." ' MY N A N N IK. 14 I)' i 11ICI! II1LI-, F 'l. A I'lil lHllrr Mlsso:;it. The old dowager ompresa continues, however, to bo China real General Ma. A tuberose by any other name would smell as sweet and probably cunt Just as mum. There are Rld to be more suicides on Monday than on any other d&y. Monday Is wnah day. , ' lyird Kitchener point with . pride to the fact that. It took a tunnel U. put lilw down and out. ' 1 A I-ondon authority says that shy ticks is due (Imply to a wrong ineula'. angle. Obtuse or acute? Another Yand'eibilt girl has bwi born, and thus a rosy outlook Is pri Tided for Bomo future duke. If the Sunday proposal Isn't bindlny a great many nieu will no doubt be sorry the fact wasn't announced be fore. There la at last one new thing under the sun; the billposters and dlstribu era bsv discovered "real art" la bill boards. J. M. Barrle, the English author and playwright, baa an Income of $35,001 a year. Te...

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. — 17 December 1903

1: LJ.'j'rrra S,r If -'"'. T. f''-'S't t! If! yr''. n A"?w mt h'a r' ' l-e ! fc-n set a lir tas -. O.at a.l ! i ny 4 to th s-m rts NATION'S CAPITAL TO HAVE MAGNIFICENT RAILROAD DEPOT i Latest Missouri JVclztsl m 444 4S40aO,,4, 1 Tf, , J. i ' ' I It , nan have been made public (or the union nation of th Pennsylvania railroad and th Halllmore aod Ohio railroad at Washington. Tbta Is the atation in wblch Congress took liaad to solve a railway problem which has .long been a bugbear to Washington.' Geo, Washington's origi nal plan of tnurt tban a century ago concerning tha system cf rad latins; venues will not be disturbed, and th station will bo located at the center of these avenue. The new station will be the biggest nd most ornate in the world. It will fee erected at the Intersection of Dela ware and Massachusetts avenue. The natural advantage of the Bite aa center of distribution baa been greatly enhanced by the creation of a plaza 00 feet wide and 1.000 feet long. The statlou will ...

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. — 17 December 1903

V j. ; V, I! 01 is E ant r-i 0 t t lit The Tribune. .t. 1'. HKKHlV, NAMK li. ll CKKIIY. KdltanawS Pnbltahara. Subscript Inn Katcat Si Month .. . SI.US I nnfMnmM .. .AO f Sutfie C'ptft Rntetet) ao.rrt.lii.tf to tSe Hi ol Conrtt!n t post oc H h ft.lt, a arcontl tti nail Mauri We are not personally acquainted with Mr. "Spike Henncs.fy" who writes lor the Mo. State Republi can, Liit le i a Political Fhilosipher ol t!.C i rst water jmt the tame. "Lest we furpet." the constitu tional school fund amendment pass eJ by fraud and force in St. Louis in u,o2, compel every property owner to pay a perpetual state in terest tax. Such desideratum as the "full and final extinction of the bonded debt of Missouri" is not poibie. Tor this the people nre indebted to "the great Democratic party," as Cockiell eloquently ex presses it.- Missouri State Repub lican. 1 Mis;jiifi paid int.) ilm foiled Slates tif.,iiiiy (ur the yrur eiuinn June o, lyOj, more than ix mil lion dollar on account of internal revenu...

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. — 17 December 1903

SANTA GLAUS Headquarters. For Your Christmas Present Bargains. The great line of every kind of Toilet and Box Sets for Christmas, price from 24o to $6.00. Bargain Values. Immense line of all kinds of toys at the Lowest Prices. OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE. D. B. UlCktY, Proprietor Opera House B!dg. Ricb t!UU Mo. Farmer J. T. Weathers was on our streets Tuesday. Maj. T. W. Tedford i entertain ing his grandson Harry, of Lav ton, Oklahoma. AKGO Trade with us and we will get you beautiful Argo pic ture of my of your friends, free. VVe saw Capt. J. M. Stephenson, from beyond Carbon Center in town Tuesday, w ith a load of Rood corn to sell. lie sold it readily. An aerie of seventy-five eagles was gathered about the I. O. O. F. hall last Tuesday night and organ ized for work on the lambs that may be captured hereafter. MUST GO We have a Urge lock of holiday goods, and as we do not intend to haodle some of these lines alter this year, these goods will bi sold at very low prices, some at cost...

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. — 17 December 1903

la in k.- 1 l ' ai i'i..;i., o 1. jiv Me Oo.1. rr O.xll and run It h 'lht I eh.HiM ln o Ctrtititr now, An.t think no mnr of evtl thought 'J linn of tli nihil that . th bough? I wn)k tha .rth with I'.r.litanm tir. 8mile lit the mtntthlnft. hri-nth th air, Iv nty nn will, not evr hei OoUmeman attl ihj- limn piayrr. r"ntt It b always thtia. f f,oi-d? V. tit thou not work thin hour In m The srar Ihy paalon merlleit. Hatred of !( and iov of ilu-nT Anil make tr.a feel It my sin, At thntiah ri older atn ther wri. That ' to him who bears th world A loa 1 that t could i-arrelt tour. -. W. atr. - .1. i w'jtM w mt ar ru V,wa Ayl I TABITHA'S TABLE-CLOTH f )l Br Loriss snow. a My great, great grand-aunt, Tabltha, 1 stood out on the back doorstep ahak lng the tablecloth after supper. ' She wasn't no, I mean I wasn't her j great, great grand-niece then. ! But I have that tablecioth now, carefully folded away In laTender. and laid in the big linen chest, with which j It Iim descended from tar-back,...

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. — 17 December 1903

RIFLE OPISTOL CAR.TRIDCES. " It's th shots that hit that count. " Winchester Riflo and Pistol Cartridge In all caliber hit, that is, they shoot accurately and strike a good, hard, penetrating- blow. This is the kind of Cftrtriiiges you will get, If you insist on having the time-trie-Winchester make. ALL DIALERS SEI-L, WIHCHtlTKI MAKS Of CARTKIDOttL o ! ill t A NO MONEY 111 I I I I ' .mm; ! w fit Ktn. tin ti t Fia t' V 'J tf i m4 mf m r n , NO MONEY TILL CURED. 8 " tMuw. ..,. ft.l f - - ...1, . ua . ... . . . . . . . , ... 3U? GOLD COPE Do you knorr that a cold cannot exist If tlis bowels are thoroughly cleansed end active? Dr. Caldwell's ttAMVVt) a Is the best medicine for a col J. t twin euro the younn est child or oldest suf ferr. Try It, 50o and 31.C0 at year drunslsts. PCPtIN SYRUP CO.. rrtlc.lio, IIL Mi WE DEMAND YOLR ATTCNTIOM. I anyona cUcrtd ywi a good 4oH lor an imperfect ens 'would yoa Uaa 17 V anyona oTrcd yoa an jood" oSUr lor 7$ nU ot ba4 money would you Ukf il f tV off...

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. — 17 December 1903

W: i hJ. 3 G 0 -J 1 .... a wJl j vrsrx tv I (' luWlWltlUll One cf the largest cnJ f.!ost Thoroughly rquci Colleges b the West. Teaches Practically CYcrytWna. Positions Guarantee! 60 Sfn. Horn Cdumi. 3 I Crriuta ItXYMf. Ttiia I the only Inttltn. tioo lu liitf n.j mi y litre (uv)vutic IhnuUi-U actual t. hruc Out tr matt ably low lo t9 00 $100.00 r" niri'rf'ny"FT Wrrk,fiNn,ilteiwimt i i i1'! .n. m I "nry rtf.(nmni. 1 tie Lii Uutmeat Colics t'Pctuca lb annt cUUr rme sil'iai liUiiij(.MCic!i(ir)efxunl. 6 cd at free Mpe Illustrated Catalogue, arid om drptrtmeol in which yon are Intercntcd. J. D. DILLC, Pres., Station N. J. Dixon, I1L niiiiii DEAFNESS. AGTHL1A, Cured at Horn by a fia. Quick, and Rullabl Mtthod. ...llll.ll ll.ll -JTJ I C ATA R R H JT"i4'hr9 o1 1 DOG'S QUEER TASTE. i Fend c! Umons, lit Will Do Mtny Trick to 0t Thm. Ted Is a fox terrier with some, additions nml variations, inher ilt'Tt, it l said, front hi mother. Indeed, says the Indianapolis Novo, a stranger unactniniuted wi...

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. — 24 December 1903

piTTTT f- p an-aMk j i i f iLJxJLJi-j i i n XL VOLUMK 14 OlCIi UILL, Kl&gOUXtl. TIICnSDAT, DIXEMULIl 3 4, 1903. So. I TD JlL. aj f J.- . aJLJL Attention farmers. Why remain in the North niul stay Indoors lx mouths In the year commmlng w lint you rn!t during the other alx months? Uo South where you can work out door every mouth l the year, ami where you are producing something the year round. If you am a stock raiser you know your stock are now "eating their heads off" mid, ln-nliln, have to lie protected from the rig or of winter by expeMidve shelter. Kconoinlcnl stock feeding require the combination of ImhIi fletdt-fi trm Ins: and fat forming food In certain pro portions. Alabama ami t'lorldii produce In nhund ance the velvet tican nhd'eas utva, the timl a Ibnii pro ducer, mid the latter a fat producer, mid they nre the cheaHKt and wt fattening materials known to t ho world More money can le innde and with ! labor. In iron em! farming, fruit mid lierry growing iiikI trnrk garde...

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. — 24 December 1903

1! 11 Cr. 3 , THE TRIBUNE :l-' V IT N N . 1 K. It 1 KiCil lilt, M i hHIVi M!sso.:iL Thi helv -sn tit the future will t Ir.own, pcibapi, h ft rare aud radium maiden. Thre'n ft wbola bunch f tia mining to be generous at the expense of somebody else. A Mil has boon Introduced st Wsh Inton providing for c't m money. No more fikhy lucre. It it in true that crinoline la going to )4 revived, 11 luiii-t li Cat golf ! fining out of fttnYn. At 4i one wish to jrew old grace fully la chiefly mado up of an earn est desire not to grow fat. One means of checking the spread of the dia.rce mania would be to put curb on the tasty marriage craze. Some mm display a total lack of Interest In a cat show who often have at up ail eight feeding the kilty. At least Japan must be credited with a resolute effort to keep looking at the silver lining of iia war cloud. It was not James Lane Allen, the novelist, who struck the ll.'SO.OOO til well in Texas. Too xnl to be true. J. D. Rockefeller Jr., says that If yo...

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. — 24 December 1903

PHI? twrrn-n Trn a ' . I tt ' . . w'Wi r A J' 7 v rmrm Th Safrra. Usht heart, brava hart, lraar tha aa around uat fHanch Mart, true rtaarl. Tail 'm whete tlwv fmin4 ua. A thuuaaml ntl!-a from ar.ywhera; !- and gala and lha rwhH t tiara; Waathar enough and a lH to aper: "AuUKn.a docllnad!" Wall du l( w dare. Light heart, brava heart. L'ull ha aaa around ual Stanch heart, trua heart. Tall 'arn whrr thry found . IXaady, airaily, thousli the aun H-t ua ratnt; and the voyage tx-nun feama not lo and; and each slow day's run 1 reckoned In alow hours, on by ona. Light heart, brave haart, 8wet the sea around ua! tancb heart, true heart. Tall 'am whare they found ua. Fandy M.h.S lo Cavlie: Laverpoul dut-ks to Manialayt Jar of the are life, nut tha bay Wberw yoa runt at your moorings through the day. -&mereun Uitturd Taylor In tha Outlook. Bold Bluff Saved Him. The morning of Nov. 6, 18CS. aaw Gen. Echols strongly Intrenched oa the top of Droop Mountain, where, tha day before be bad Joined...

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. — 24 December 1903

The Tribune i.. r. iirinJBt, KAKXIK H. Wl l'XI.llt. tillloriinl fahlUkars. SabavrlptlaiiKataivi hi Month. ,.SS I SirtfL Loftt.. . . . OS F.rrrrtd .ccrmlli Is ri af.l l Coifrla lha pu.t Ofti.a ' Rich HIM, prcood diM M'll A MtltRV CHRISTMAS. Tim Triiiini lends Christmas fjrce'ongs to ech and every reader, ami wihe tor them the tome pleasure in the annual return of thia sacred festival, that the propri etors enjoy. With us Christmas has always been n pleasant memory. From earliest childhood we have greeted its annual return with inexpressible delight, whether in the log cabin on the newly opened farm, in the more pretentious palatial dwelling, among the slave holding aristocracy, in the halls of learning, in the city full or in the quiet of our own well chosen home, whether among strangers or well known companions, at home or abroad, the return of Christmas has always been to us a time of re joicing. We always did love our friends, and if we ever had any enemies we never thought enough...

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