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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 5 February 1903

im irrrrrrr Tonrnr ir J-JiVL VOLUME ia UICII HILL, MI8HOUUI, TUtTJ.MJAf, rillJItCAHY B, I&03. THIS Tho History by Miss Ida M. Tarbell which began in the November McCLURE,S is the Great Story of Standard Oil Ml TarbeH'a work Is f uncqualed Importance an a 'docu ment' tt the day. Her atory baa work ami win and Ume their battle with the verfelmllttuile that a Hmnrpi t )u t.U from ah drr atatj.ment an.1 riot Ik It with the r eolor of human Interest and the vlvltl rainbow garment ol human ft sympathy. The muilta ( lier work are likely t be fur retllK; "he U writing uiiflnWiod history." Ronton Globe. "An abttorbtng and Illuminating contribution to the trust X!iit'b !." Chicago Intcr-Ocenn. "Tlie mot Important announcement made by any mnpnaliie." Now York Journal. For other Great Features of 1903 send for our prospectus M o CL U RE'S. 10 cent a copy. 11.00 a year. Send m the dollar, at 14." Eaut 2.'tb strvt, Near York, or mibacrilie through your dealer. TLUICE EVERY TUTEEK THE ST. LOUI...

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. — 5 February 1903

The Tribune r.ro. r. sire k rT, M 4 NX IK R, Hnimt. KaltAraa4 rikllihtn, 'lataarlptlaa H atast t w .a I TWi M wSa . . !it Uik Sina It ei tatMaf inWiBf te tSe vet al Cafala iSa t ! Rick Hill, M rawl cHk m lum, The manufacture o( buggies are forming a combine. Won't It Ve k "buggy" affair? You can't raise bops, calves, sheep and applet on the same land. If you want stock more than you do fruit, don't set the treei out. The legislatures of thirty-seven Mate are now in session. What quantity of paper wilt be wasted in making laws, good, bad and indiff erent. - When men become so patriotic that tbey are willing to haul a load of gravel and put it on the public highway free of charge whenever they can, then will the era of good roads be here to stay. Gov. Stone, of Pennsylvania, es timates that the coal strike has cost that Mate J 1,000,000. It has cost the people much more and then they will have to make good the states loss in the way of taxes. CoL Lynch, a British subject who served 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. — 5 February 1903

The Place To Buy, Is Where You Can Buy What You Want for The Least Money. In connection with our RACKET DEPARTMENT we etiry a first class line of STANDARD DRUGS, nJ ether goods usually carried in such a business. Please Reaemben That we have laid Use axe to the root c( all high prices. All who buy goods from us will save from to to 75 per cent on their purchases. We carry the largest line of Drugs of any house in the county. Physician's Pre scriptions and Family Receipts carefully filled. It will save you money to buy cf us. NEW DRY GOODS. 40c Men's Sweaters 39c 35c Roys' Sweaters 25c 40c fleece Lined Un der Clothing 3C These are oniy a (ew cf our hot bargains for you. We're check full ol bargains every day in the week. It w ill do ) ou good to see 'em. OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE, P.B. H!CKLY,Prop, Rlcb HIII Get vour Job Printing dane at Th Thisvnk cdTice. No more cakes or pie to tick If you ue DuvalCa new cake pie pan. Thr Thipi nk's telrphone is No. ji. Send u Ihe local new by te...

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. — 5 February 1903

u & n t . M I, n '17. ln- i, I ta m m 1 l 1 J-A , ii .. r l t-t p ? When it comc9 to the best good at the lowest CASH prices. Why sliouldn't we sell cheaper than others? We sell for CASH, and CASH only. We buy for CASH only, in larger quantities than others and give our long list of customers the benefit of the save. Come in, give us a trial order and be convinced. We are the people, if it's GROCERIES you are after. ncIIIDDEO GROCER GO. RICH HILL. MO. TELEPHONE NO. 42. tiM i Mill DE AFfJESS, ASTHMA, Curd at Horn by a A'esw, Quick, and Hltabtm Mtthod. A-S m mm ft nftil ToOtrSaBa Surfer M WAIAnnil, die frees t he tttreim of Caterr eerr Tear Caterr of th a4 b4 throat derelops Ear, liroeeatkl. end flo Be Caiarra. Km Calarrh cum Draew B1 Bmi Nolac. Branchial CaterTS leads to Astasia en CMnai'flM. Suwwh Catarrh reae Pyrpe-rtia, lEid.reat'.oa. end Cmcroi tbeBtouach. With tbese fee Setter Sreai feeaet SflSaas, MM ee. SeA User aee Sale Mwm 9 I Cilal h. Carpeewr. IMt EooHJ .. Ktntu City. ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 12 February 1903

CM 111 ill TMlIBUMISo JL ioUo Jiu.. A K5CU HILL, MISSOUItl, TIILiWOAT, rMSUL'Altr 12, luoj. So. a;t gaBBBaaaier r w arT-CTri mm The History by Miss Ida M. Tarbcll which began in the November McCLURE,S is the Great Story of Standard Oil "Mlf-x Thi-Ik'11'm work I of ttiH-'iUiilod luiiMirtiiiice a a linu utt'ttt ' if tin iIh v. He r story ha live men in it; they tmfU r nod work nil win mid lorn? tlii-ir Imttl.- w ith tlm vcr!.-.tiiil!ittoi" that rviutivcs the tide from tb dry stiitenn'tit imd clot lion it with t lit? color of hiiiii'in Intefc-ft and the vivid rnlnliow jrarmint of Iiiiiidiii (yiiij'.-iiliy. The result of her work hiv likely l !- far ri'neh!:m: Mio I" writtts 'infttibhfd liNtory." lttii ;!. "An uli-w-rl'lii Mini Ultii)iltiitii(j iMit!!!ni!l!i to tin- truM X ' - '-') ' ' i !;," lnt.'r- Swon, "Toe mee-l Important niiltouDit'ltii'iit nwolo t.y liny intt; Nt'W York Journal. For other Great Features of 1903 send for our prospectus MCCLU Id cut (i cpy. 1.00 n yenr. Send us tlu...

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. — 12 February 1903

Tim Tribune, (MO. '. HI (HI H, HINKIK it. m k n T . tttllinraand J' t)llhfi-- . i -"1 nbf TlptloMtntoai OmYmi My lr.lh, TVr Mtf(lit .U S Sintfl Cp'rt .S Ftitir4 fccconll eo tl act of Coiffrelf! thf i.(r,, Klh Mill, m umiofiil ihx mull munnt. A recent census o! the Chinese Empire shows a population of 4v 000.000. If a man doesn't practice what he preaches, there is omrhing wrong; cither with his preaching or hit practice. Hon. Louis P. Aloe, ths Repub lican membar of the election com mission at St. Louis, has been se lected as toast master at the annual dinner of the Young Republican Association of Missouri, Feb. 12. The conference between the op- erators and miners cf the central bituminous district, in session at Indianapolis, Ind., have agreed upon a wage scale increasing wages all along the line. The miners did not have to strike to get it. The supreme court bas affirmed the decision of the Bates county circuit court in the case of James L. Gartrell who was convicted of the murde...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 12 February 1903

V jo Place To Buy, Is Where You Can Buy What You Want for The Least Money. In connection with our RACKET DEPARTMENT we carry i fiist class line of STANDARD DRUGS, and other goods usually carried in such a business. Please Renumber: That we have late the sxe to the root cf all high prices. AH who buy Roods from us will save Iruiu to to 75 per cent on their purchases. We carry the largest line of Dross cf any house in the county. Physician's Pre scriptions and Family Receipts carefully filled. Jt wiil save you moncv to buy c f us. NEW DRY GOODS. 40c Men's Sweaters 29c 35c Ibiys.' Sweaters 25c 40c Fleece Lined Un der Clothing " 27c These ate oniy a few of our hot bargains for you. We're tl.otk full of bargains every day in the week. It will do cu good to see em. OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE. tB. ItlCkLY, Prop, Rich Hill There will be three rlect.on held f,J !a5 n business. f LOCAL ItUIKLU J ('atili lor your farm. Ke Prow ell A Cook. W. T. Duvall has a co.npltte lint of entry combs, brus...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 12 February 1903

t :J t 7 ' ' ' 4 ' 1 1 il J 1:1 I to il?. 1 1 $ M w Y When it comes to the lest goods at the lowest CASH prices. Why shouldn't we sell c lies per than others? We sell for CASH, and. CASH only. We buy for CASH only, in larger quantities than others and give our long list ot customers the benefit ot the save. Come in, jjive us a trial order and be convinced. We are the people, if it's GROCERIES you are after. mcIIIBBEO GROCER GO. RICH HILL, MO. TELEPHONE NO. 42. EAFHESS, ASTHMA, wnr.x iii:i Tnfi:coJ!r..H. On the Santa l'e train coming out of KanH City lat Thursday nifht whs n mother and her brood of five, fmir pills and one boy. They had left Illinois the day before and wrre on there way to fhe "'ntw country," whcie the husband and father had a claun whidi U to be the new home. The eldest gill appeal ed to be about 15. and front that they ranged down to the only boy, a chubby little fillow about four. Their dress and manners showed f hom cin lutiWGis. Mr nnd Mr. I. A. Many nnd tun ehi...

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. — 19 February 1903

EDIJLI nniu) it m l 1 is -L Ls KJC1I HILL, MIHflOUUI, TIIUIWUAT, MMMUAIiY It, l&O.'J 5, 2 4 i.uik i; THE RICH BUMK, La . h The History by Miss Ida M. Tarbell which bean in the November mciluki:,: is me Great Story of Standard Oil Ml TnrtM-U'i wink l of micquali'il hujiortiitiee nn ft docu ment or tin- day. H. p c tor.v bun live men In It; tiny HttflVr ntnl w..rk nnd win im. I bw. tln lr Initio with the veriHlinilitnde th.it retinue the talo from 1 1 dry utatviuetit and clothe It w ith the cohr of liirni vi Intenvst find tlte vivid rainbow- pnriiieut of Unman sympathy. Tli thhiiH of fier work nre likely to bo far reiuMm;; sdie I writing unfltibiiied hlHtory." lbmton ;ioU. "An nbHorblnir ami illuiuiimtlnu contribution to the tru.t xuc l'n." l"hlent. Ititer-tHteuii. "Th" moxt Important annouiirf input tmtde by nny imigailiie." New Yolk Journal. av of thb guc'i Villas. Meaby Once Gent trek cf Mi Kiif lo Prcaidtnt Lincoln. John 8 ?:', vr'l kt."8 th iori.ii.nl. i r nt a g-ieriila bend...

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. — 19 February 1903

The Tribune. i o, r. iircnrnv, KIIK1I K. BUKHII. t,6rm rbllhir. Snt.erlittKati fc- Monthly I bin. I. Cop'- 3 Fntrrrtf .ccottlipf is ttwi set of Cmfrls tS. (m 00 l Rl Mill, tl Mtt4 dw Ml Maiwt. HE PC It LI CAN COUNTY CON VICTION. Notice is hereby given that Man Contention of the Republi can voters of Bates county is called to meet in the court house in But ler, Mo., Saturday, February 28, 1903, at 2 o'clock, for the purpose of nominating a Republican candi date for school commissioner and to transact such other business as may properly come up for consideration at that time. It is urgently request ed that every township and precinct in the county be present at this meeting. C P. Bowpev, W. F. Duvaix, Chairman. Secretary. Mr. Bowen seems to have gotten decidedly the best of the bargain in the Venezuelan controversy. Thus far the price of coal has not experienced any enormous decline owing to the removal of the tariff or for any other reason. Oklahoma has 232 banks and a surplus of $6,...

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. — 19 February 1903

TICK! TOOK! fix) Hero aro a num.- . ber of money sa vers on sWATCIIES.g Get you one be fore they are all gone. Good Yankee Watch, 93c. Jut the thirijj for Hi!titiiir. A rhi.,J until) fur rough uw Quick Sales and Small Profits is the way we han dle Goods. OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE. V. B. MICKEY, Proprietor Optra lioase Bldg. Rich Hill, Ma. Mi L.mriir Sharp spent Sun da with inend at Metz. (rt it:r Job I'rinting dane at TtiR I'hibi sr. orticc. A li. llo!!oayand mother are visiiii'U in north Missouri. Sun Ja't sno-v storm will coo viiue many pioplc that G. Hog is a Iritc pr ,i( tii-t. ' Remember the Fsiui Impltttitnt Co., when you want garden seed in tu!k. 4! I.ldrr Rich 1 bidding meeting at the Adkciit Chmiian Church ev ery Hij;ht tin Meek.. I'rof. II. M. Chamberlain i spending several d s . in Kansas City attrndtnic to business matters. liut lew (uaplc vrnlurcJ out to cliitrch ni.day, but the preacher and Use junior ha I lo be there j ii tl.c tame. Mr. W. U. Rc)ce and son Ralph, n ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 19 February 1903

0 t J H n "VK rcsii Rosstcd COffEES. I m fiii ''I, ft i Iwi b Tho Standard of the World. You can got them of US and of US ONLY. All PRICES: 15, 20, 25, 30, 35 and 40c Per Pound. T-TrTnriP'T"' ' RICH HILL, MO. TELEPHONE NO. 42. 5) ft m i i mi cm ixci'.v.cis. Jim Lnunliliii of Rockvlllf. one, n( (lie best known ivjiu1!i'itiM In lint in entity, was nl.nklng hand with his host of Mend In Butler Tuesday. Butler IV hiih rut. Sin -riff Jm Smith took t t tio len llentiary limt week Otis Crow who was it year ago convict oil of stealing liut paroled by Jmlgu (I rave on hi good behavior, lately however again lio transgressed, mid Judge Urates Imittcdlatcly withdrew the parole nnd ordered the sentence enr i('il out. Ho wn up lor two years, IlUt llT lVllHHTIlt P AT A OP! PI nEAEP.'PQQ KJM d U U tits l"roiii the Rockvlllo Star if learn,, that roouiH .1 nnd 4 of tin public schools will Rive a Washington birthday literary cntcrtnlninent, Friday afternoon, Fehr., 10. That the incin rH-ra of the M. K...

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. — 26 February 1903

i '.I rnwTrnTi. ICEl EiLlLiL KICII HILL, MlHSOUitl, TIICKMJAY, rV.KUVAUY 20, I SKI.'. volume 1.1 Pjp"" IKK s, la vL. , 1 T1TJIGE EVERY TTJEEK THE ST. LOUIS ; PRAise roa THE PUMPKIN. Clvlng I hit Notable VtSilib:i tH Commendation II Dreervee 6Coopio v. r:t Lured if a Mfidi fi-t Te. A't P' eo on Bsaca fe a luJr St'ia-n C't. key's H'T;e Jovtn for NJurtJi, c.!fi, ii e5Jlon !'. u'i! jjor ,( iMrrtHifig depart furiii I or ?!.!, several special sr.! c' v, ! !,-rtt stories. The Great Rtpulun Paper cf America tte Great Newspaper of U World GLOOE-DEflOGRAT OUZ DOLLAR A YEAR In Ihe memories cf rr.cn and wonon' T!.e tn n V A'" s'ir who have )i v t Ih'lr Xl.tti f.urf a:. I ere '.): ,'. r the f ;, of :-fi,iH jar'nUs pumt.kln has been tbrh-he4. I n.eans cf a I'.Ki.'.. l.ee t tte f.t f.f Am'" ' !'!rT 1 K,'a In pioneer tin.KS rtiches at,l i-r Jl,i:ty s'reet. Tl Atii,'ii t;. were unheard cf. ain:e ir- bad to from Norlvik. Va . ar.4 es hrc RM 1 l; grown, and the priolel fruit cf thai , fcere to bat tua...

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. — 26 February 1903

The Tribune. n. f, hi i Knr, NAKIklK R. Ill CB I' T Kdliorsaaa rllL. . abMrlptlaaKataei lh,Vf )- I Tkw Mnmlia. . Mt MnBit.,.. .. ftS Jif I V-T'k f lilwd .cconif !) kl o! ConBtMl lh fjaolTkaat Klin Hill, ttvmi dan rll rnktw. if:rtKLic. count v. con vention. 1 Nome 11 hereby given that M,,. mvfnti of tbe Republi can v?rrs of Bate county i tailed to meet in the Court hovif.e in iut Itr, Mo,, Saturday, February j8, jyo,, at 1 o'clock, for tbe purpose of nominating a Republican candi date for school commissioner and to transact such other business as may properly come up lor consideration at that lime. It is urgently request ed that every township and precinct in, the county be present at this meeting. " : C P. Bow hex, V. I'. Ditvall, Chairman. . Secretary. , A writer of anajrrams finds that William J. Bryan can be converted into a "brainy jaw mill." Tiones ta (Pa.) Republican. Oregon has elected Charles W. Pulton, a native of Ohio, United States senator. Senator Fulton is fifty years o...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 26 February 1903

first-Class Drug Store In Every Respect. When yon have a Pre scription or Receipt, bring it right here to ut and the medicine will be exactly as it should be. When you need tome thing for the tick room, come here and you will get satisfaction in every particular. , i V We are conducting our drug store in such a way that it meets the approval of everyone wanting pure Drugs. OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE. D.B.KICKIY, Proprietor Optra House Bldfj. Rich Hill, Ma. f LMAMMIKFS. - Mias Alice Frtncit is viilw i r Kantat City. , Caalt for yanr Farm. He frowetl A Cook. The City lrtJllwjt. From Mr. W. A. Kithcart, who makes a note of the findings in the city' drill liolo, e learn that at neon yeMerday it was down to a drpth of 736 fett, and had Rone out of Hint ana lime stone ir.to sand rock. At the depth of 680 feet was shown (f feet of runnirg water, and from 716 feet down to Koilom there is shown a st01 g (low t)f moving. wster somewhat harder than the water at tSo feet, Flic drill has gone t...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 26 February 1903

m.aCmav; ..v.'.nj.s.x.; j.-Ni:;-i.x-.'.-J nV during in Your. ! - H '3 5 m w THIS OEEII, SURE. Wo will, pay 9 1-4 cents per pound all this week. Now is the time to sell. i m A J. IKOM 01 n tXCIiVNGLS. John It. Holland of Ul h Hill, inn! Ml I-eola H ill of Eldorado, uto prnnted n iiiirrlnKelieei,v here Mon day. Nevada Herald. Am tloisecr I'ntsy Power ha ptlt. Tuesday, li riled the Smith sale over In Kansas, with the tenicriilure le- h)V PStTO, Alllllt W HU (l good Hill!', too. It take ii daisy to amuse a crowd ht.'iudiiiK knee deep In n know ilrlft with a Klondike chill runulhK up nnd down its Kilnnl roliiutn. IHit Pntsy is usually equal to t lit enier pency; nor el l1 lii disappoint In this I tin tn -1 1 tt 1 mJ Telephone. i m :icIIIDDEII GROCER CO, RICH HILL, MO. TELEPHONE NO. 42. Anions those from Pates county who attended the Youux Kepubll- (.nil h LamiiicC tit Kansas: v'J' recently were W. W. Parish, A. C. Neweomb and J. M. Cox of Adrlau; J. K. Martin nnd J. U Hale of Itieli Hill...

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. — 5 March 1903

IT iilll: JJi-d 'VOL.VMIS 1 UICH HILL, MIHUOUUI, TUT US DAT, MARCH C, 103. TFT IT HiHii TWIRL A ML T1TJIGE EUERY UUEEK THE ST. LOUIS TU Great Newspaper of the Wort. OHE DOLLAR il YEAR Almost to anitttr at the pr-We- ot a V wUv 1 he ,t.t,M 'f,?'' ' t new from nil the Worl.l every Toewlay and triday. ull ami tt .rrect Market Ki ixjrti.. A tnvnt variety of tnterrwtlnc and Instructive Miulitir inntncp for every mrmlier of the family. ln,ijHle.l na a Nwipnjxr m..l llniw Journal. Two para every wwk, Uoe lKUnr a wr-hAMi OWES KUEK. DAILY GLOBE-DEdOGRAl Hn no tvjnal or rival anions: Western Newapape-rn, ami ougbt to 1 In tli bund of every render of ANY dally pnter. PRICE BY MAIL, POSTAGE PREPAID Dally, Including ; uuUy. j Oik Year fCW 6 Montlio f3.00 j Dally, Without Sunday. One Year f 4 00 0 Month 14.00 Month fl.50 i 3 Month The Great model's Fair Will Im held nt St. Un In l:4 and the grvntewt St. Ixuu newspaper will be lniliiH'nU.lf durinjf the comlnR year. Nubecrllw to-day. THE GLOBE PRII...

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. — 5 March 1903

The Tribune uf o. r. in r,, HA5MK ft. ni'CKKIlV. Erttier.aa r abllaii.r. )1. I TtfM'!i(...- l ........ I Sirntin Copiea hm Alonfha... Kntwtd tHlfit lo I'M CmfTl tha (ijrtoffli I Hick HHt, M ctI iM i8 . KCPUULICAN TOWNSHIP CONVENTION. Notice is hereby given the Re publican voter oi Osage Town ship that convention will he held nt the City Hall in the city of Rich 1 X ill. Missouri, Saturday, March 31, 1903, at 2:30 p. m., for the nomi nation of candidates for the various township offices. All Republicans are earnestly Urged to be present at this meeting, J. R. Hales, Committeeman. The periodical war cloud has again made its appearance in the Balkans, We believe in an easy divorce law because of the infernal mean ness of some men. The Union bank robbers, Ru dolph and Lewis, have been captur ed at Hartford, Conn. The next time England and Ger many open a collection agency they will use more postage and less pow er. The cottage in which bandit Jessie James was killed is to be exhibited a...

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. — 5 March 1903

LOOK AT THIS Laughiin Fountain Pen .arm tcajor ati PtH AttO MA NO CwUAl NVWHIC. finest ami ML cold ra VOUR CHOICE or THESE TftO POFlfUR TtUES FOR r .00 SUPERIOR TO CTKCJl MAKES AT $3 Th LB(fclia loufi!! P Hol'ltf t m.6 of fcn e ti!iT h!l rabtwr. ta tttd with Sitlm frad, Ur-jt bk, 4k. toll wo, cf inv leirrti negbtm, n'l U, Ihc mix fwrircT frrflikif tfrvtr, known. Kllhet Hjt. llrhlv fold ttttxantdl. frit br-rUlHll purfnm. tl 40 tttra. fcuKi mi Will not b htc lo Tv'urt avtbta( M iknt iIm ,Sm pwttul wilt fix nub tainitw fileunt nd Mtvtc. I ; i i OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE. l B. fliCklY, Proprietor Opera House Bl.g. Rich Hill. Mo, Chas. A. Lane was in the city Monday morning. M. Lee Porter and little daugh icr, are visiting in Butler. Mis Add Kee.1 it reported quit sitk at her home oi PatkAve. Go to Duvall's for tablets, pons, pencil and school tupplirs. Mrs. Cert Martin it down from Kansas City visiting home folks. Dr. W. If. Alien' eon Ssm has gone to Texas on an extended visit. Tl M....

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. — 5 March 1903

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