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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 14 January 1904

rTn'TTTf-rnH ID) TTemn TPTirif IT (111 il II A II A VOLUAIi: 14 UICIJ HILL, MI8SOU11I. TIIU lAY, J ANCAltV 1 4, lOJ. 1 Attention farmers. Why remain in the North and utay Indoor kIi month la the year conxuiuing what you raise during the other nix month? Jo South where you can work out door every mouth In the year. aud where you niv producing omething the yenr round. If yon are- n ntock ral-r you know your stock nre now "eating their henna oft' and. 1hIIi. hnve to be protected from the rlg (irn of winter by exiK'imlve fti-lu-r. Ikoiiomicnt Block feeding vquin- the combination of hot ii tWh. forming nul fat forming food In certain pro- Iiortion. Alabama, and 'lorida produce In ahund Aucf the velvet lenn nnd'cn mivn, the first tleli pro iliirer, nuil the latter a fat producer, and they are the clienpet and tnt fattening material kliowu to the world More money can l made miiJ with lfM lalM.r. i:i gen eral farming, fruit and lerry growing ami truck garden ing !iig our road iu the South t...

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. — 14 January 1904

THE TRIBUNE (jpi, p rrniFiiv t N ANNIK K. Ill-) K I IIY ( l it. A PuMi.hrre. wrsso'ji i. RICH ntU;, Nevur Waddls with people who dou t noddle with you. When man celebrates tit birth day be take day off; a woman, a year. Life. Reckless railroading "make time" for the trains, but it makes eternity fur the passengers. As yet no college president has en tionnced a $2,000,000 Christinas sift from uncle Russell Bags. If the Harvard professor who baa found the scarlet fever germ could only lose It permanently! They are christening the babies Par sifal In New York. What a fine Wag nerian racket they'll make! A floating paragraph says "rats eat 0,000.000 worth of food In this coun try is one year." Rats? Rats! Mr. Carnegie bas now given away 1,000 libraries enough to take bp quite a sltable edition of bis book. The Sanford Tribune is giving up space generously to the discussion by correspondents of the exact location of hell. Just 5,152 locomotives bare been built in the United States this y...

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. — 14 January 1904

VCTE V. Li The Old Fashioned Cldr Mill, fling ut the m1rn fMir miit. it h oil He c.rM an et Uosei ur tie (rann' up to data, an' laud It in tt.m kla; Ring of iis big .apacltr hydraulic preia an' fl.w 1U Ink . ol' fashion' mill UT titty -aia sn. Tba g.wl or fashion' cMrr mill fifty years (u! The icray an' beaten elder mlU whose ruf la nunkfn low; Tha roimirjr noil ln.-eih the hill where to an' frwrn the e-buol. TV knelt beat.lo the foamy tub an' sack- vi the Juices cool. The modern mill hes gtaeaes now, or iJd-llned ue to ep. The pood or straw w uaier ue fure'er hes lost In grip: he ol white boa hes lost his Job an' lean s'ln ttie wail. Fur In tm modern tider mill barah scli.c Uye 11 ail. More quarts m-p day. more wster used, more tiijrie In rvry way, More n.inte an' C ol-Uer-rol. more mod ern v rr day; Mare like the new, le like the old. lees tenUin' that I know Less tieMe to oraw a cruwd (ban fifty years axl S'.ng not to me In heartlees verse uv milt "right up to Jale " I want the ....

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. — 14 January 1904

The Tribune. tiro. r. HimMT, RAMMR R. mWI. Editor. n4 P abll.h.r. )n Yr ... Sn MonlH abaerlptloBKaMii I TVMnit. . I Stii Coii... you oflto. .1 Kick Hill, troit cli mwmt Democratic candidates lor county office are sprouting. They may be nipped by on early frost, Sometimes we want convention early, sometimes we want them lat er, according to whose ox is to gored. be The fire losse in the United States last year amounted to over $130,000,000, aud yet we continue to build tinder-boxes. . While the thermometer, last week showed the coolest weather known for many years in New England, in this section we were having the fin est weather of the season. A tnerting c the Fair board o! directors last Friday. fixed the date of our fmr at al out Sept. a 3, and considered Hie matter formally of giving special attention to the agricultural features of the fair. Two of the most leiiowncd ol the confederate fjcnerals have died with in the past few day. General Long street and General Gordon. Uolh wer...

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. — 14 January 1904

I Now is the timG of Coughs and Colds. Stop them by using Hickey's Cough Syrup or Cough Tabs. They will cure the worst Cough or Cold. OPERA DRUG AMD RACKET STORE. D. B. HlCklY, Proprietor Opera House Bldg. Rich Hill, Mo. Tlic Mawm;c I latert.iry collared; t 4 w t . Illltl'Pii v JjUIaAJj JWaTai'M. it officer. MJy 1 Miii Nannie Ntat nl Cncle ike Harry lirr wn in the city I ) j wtre " Tuesday. see hi mother, TtieMlsy. 1 S. 1.. Ann' new good aie t- I Anthony Sartori wa i' town Friday making Mint household pur chase. (ieo. Wile 1m purchased It obi. Mattison lot in block eighty eight and will make some iuiproveme nt on time in tnc spring. Mitt My Maitm, of the past office force, bin been ipJitc ick dur in the pavt week with tonsihtis, bol i improving at thi writing. Herman Loeb went tip to Fay ette to look after mcicantile intctekt thete, while Simon returned borne to look after the business here. Turn about ii fair play. Mr. and Mi. Jno. W. Jamison entertained a few of thnr friend last F...

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. — 14 January 1904

NOTABLE EVENTS - OF THE YEAR O03 Tbe year 1303 will be known a the record year of prosperity In th Unit ed SUtes. Sonne few crop biv not yielded SO largely a they did Id former years, but the prices recolved were to much higher that the shortage was mora than mad up for. Cotton reached tie highest figure at which it has been sold since the war. Beet and leathor hare been unprece dentedly high, Petroleum and lta product advanced la price S3 per cent. Iron and ateel were cold at high price and the demand was so great that order could not be Oiled within a reasonable time, and seaport dtlea made large purchases abroad because deliveries were bo much delayed. Tbe production of preclou metal via probably turn out to be nearly 7 per cent greater than last year. The rice crop of Texas, a nw Indus try practically, was remarkably large and sold for high figure. Tremendous discoveries of petrole um on the Pacific coast enabled that part of the country to substitute six million dollars' worth ...

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. — 14 January 1904

THE OLDEST MAN IN Tells How He Escaped the Terrors Mr. Crock' Age is 113 Year. ' " 'Ail l. f ' -A - vt . " fx 1 MR. ISAAC BROCK, BORM IM BUMCOMBC CO., . C, MARCH I, I78B. til ace Is 115 year, vouched for by authentic record. Ma aaya ! at tributa otf axtrcma at to tha ue of Pcnuw. Bora before tbe Lotted State wai ormd. Saw 22 President elected. hcru-na bmt protected klm from mil tmdden cheap. Yeteraa of tour war. Shod a aone n hem 99 year old. Alwey coaquartd tbe grip with Pe ru-na. UVfoeaa la a land mlt at tbe ege of I to year. tietlere V-ru-n the greatett remedy ot the age tor catarrhal d lit ate. ISAAC BItiK'K. cltswn t.f Mrlranaa rvutilT, Tri. b livrl (or $ ymm. for ninjr yr be n-ijt at JluMjue Tall. !tiMi nil t of Uim, but ih bi aoo la U at alky lkUa.Txaa. ae.1 every wh.!r will make yoar clothes whits as snow and as beuti!ul as when new. Tbe noil competent htwwkeepers ta th' coentre !) Cro 1UI1 l!ue and e- vVe. Iut try it ooie and yn will see the difference. AM smrers sell it. r...

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. — 14 January 1904

- Y." TiTI TTfTk TV iT 11 T.Tt v i I W 1 H H t CURED AT LAST Dr. T. A Slocum, tho Great Chemist and Specialist. Will Send Free, to the Afflict ed, Four .Largo samples 01 ms ixewxy Discovered Remedies to Cure Con sumption and all Throat, Chest and Luns Troubles. Nothing could ! fairer, more philanthropic or carry mow Joy to the nftlkted than this offer. Confident that ho haudim-overed an absolute cure for Consumption and all pulmonary complaint, aid to make It great merit known, he will wnd Ms Complete Trentnieut, cnilirnciiig four large sampler, to any reader who may le suffering from coughs, colds, catarrh, bronchial, throat aud lung troubles or consumption. Already this "New Scientific Course of Treatment" ha permanently cured thouHiinds of apparently hopeless cam. There will bo no mistake u m ndiug 1 he mlwtake will le In overlooking the generous invitation. H Remedy Free to All To obtain these FOUR FREE PREPARATIONS that have never vet failed to cure, all you have to do Is to wr...

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. — 21 January 1904

V TT E3T IT i t Hi Pi Mil a lit LP xU JL'4 , r t volume 14 HiCII HILL, MISSOURI. THIUSDAY, JAN L' A It V !!, I0O3. TO it i W3' ILd 1 it in. . k im M .1A1 i'i 1 Attention farmers. Why (vinniii In tin; North nmi Kttiy indoor nix Month In the year rotirim1rij what you ra!e durin:? the other ids month? Uo South whi-re you can work out door every month in the year, mid w here you are producing Mmeth!ri;r tbe year roimi!. If yon nrv 11 Mock raider yon know rmir Mock nr-i.ow- "eat ins; their head off" mul. Ih-oKIch, have to le protected from the rts: or of winter by expensive .shelter. Iniinmlnil Mock feiHi! , require the romliliiull'iii of both Wb-fornilii Htitl fnt forrninjr food in ocrtaiu pro portion. Alabama am! Florida, produce in iihuud ntK tlM velvet U-nn and cna Kdik, tin HrM a fWli pro ducer, Htnl the latter 11 fill a producer. "'! they are the eln'JSl-nt iltl'l txt flltt'llllllf material known to the world More money din ! made nnd with I.iltor. In jtvn ertil tannine, fruit and ...

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. — 21 January 1904

THE TRIBUNE f.-t;iv p t't't'Ki nv i NANSIK H. Iil'l K HIV ( 1h. A Put i'ttietn MlSSDf HI. KICK 11U.L. ITappy the hofuf whoso faKtest Tnlls li not protested. It looks like war tn the orient Put why ttila delay of Richard Hardlbg Davla' departure? Detroit put out 4,0(10,000,00(1 pills year, and yet lias no burning desire to be knon a the Till city. The gambling hall at Monte Carlo will clear $7,000,000 this year. It is almost an profitable as a trust. Ferhaps M. Curie, the Inventor of radium, feared that with a few decora tions be might be mistaken for a duke. Of course the wire trust Is greatly amused at the Idea of fencing this crmntry off from Canada with barb Ire. It Is to be a long year this year for the man who draws his pay every Sat urday, for there will be fifty-three pay days in It. Somebody has Invented device for making a permanent record of all tele phone conversations, but most of them aren't worth It It Is a safe bet that the man who wrote so rapturously on "Beautiful K...

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. — 21 January 1904

LATEST MISSOURI NEWS A PftlZt TOR t OF 100 WOMEN. I There It c tpirited Contest for Missouri World's Fair HeiiiMt. ST. 1.01'IH. (Special ) One h in dred Missouri women are :i a friend ly, but spirited, race for the position of html at tiia Hlsso'irl World's fair building, wherein social function on an elaborate scale will be carrlod out during tiia exposUion period, ilr. Davis, chairman of tba r iirintxaion, saye earn cf the niinwcm cand'dats U so writ qualified to fill the place that be and bla colleagues, are at loas to determine the exati p.iints ti 00 which they will !i8 a slec! Ion. It la thought tbat to tho end the com mist ion will decide to cn.it lots ar.J the luckiest will draw the rie. Among he aspirants are: M r. IL FV Bland, widow of the late Richard Parks Bland; Mrs. Judge McFtrlane of Kansas City. Mrs. Silas Vo.Mscn of St. Joseph, now living in Kinsm City, widow of the first Democratic governor of Missouri, after tho Ovil war; Miss Winston of Sprinrfiold. niece of ex V...

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. — 21 January 1904

The Tribune. ;m. r. MitKmr, kakxir r. Hunr.nl. Ktltcri4 rnbllahara. brrlpHorKlt -.Y..t .. !.. I Tti.-wMonA.... !i Monih. Sitijlt lofm. ...,.. Kn.d c.!inf cl el Coi)ftl lt K o(fi. l Kkh Hilt, woxmI cUn Mil MMttw Thirty eight of the teacher in the public schools of Chicago, lost their lives in the Iiocjuoi theatre tire. The national democratic conven tion to nominate a candidate for president will he held in St. Louis on July 6, 1904. Benton county, Mo., shipped sur plus products to the amount ot over $11 1,000 out of the county to other markets last year. We call the reader's attention to the fact that the State of New York will levy no tax for state purposes this year. She has a surplus of ?S, 000,000 in her treasury, and a re publican state government. The great rain of October 8 and 9 last was the heaviest on record in New York city. Ten inches fell in thirty-one and a half hours, which is one fourth as much as comes down in a whole year. The weight of water that fell in Greater N...

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. — 21 January 1904

? Now is tho time of Coughs - and Colds. Stop them by using Hickey's Cough Syrup or Cough Tabs. They will cure the worst Cough or Cold. OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE. D. B. HICUY, Proprietor Optra Mouse lldg.Rkhtiill, Mo. Read James' bit; ad on another page. He svill have bargains big for you next Saturday. They've got gss at Hume, the measles out at Foster. We can certainly get o.l at Rich Hill. We have even now got what they call scarlet lev er aioun J the edges of the city. There are in the cities and towns of Missouri n loutut numbers 6,ooo teachers. Time ate 'jo.ciou chil dirn enrolled with an avriage alien danca of J40,!)Oo fur the 171 days. For their service, Ibrte o.ooo leach ets were paid $ t.ooo.ooo. W hat a sweet, pretty gnl, lieioine if (he play of Uncle Jo-di Spiucrby," and huv u do vsih she was V-ur svvcttheart, tl;t i, ol count, if )"u lo not have one. ol lliuse pleasant little (f jus. And that saw mill scene do )iu i"l want la ju.t juoip uu the sUkc lo help her 10 bit ...

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. — 21 January 1904

?,9TAaMnA! JAPAN WILL WAIT A WEEK When Kctsy IfosMit Married. vhn Ttwv Hii,kln marv3l, K.r rnii-t- lit It mftictin Ami it-iitf Um thm, Tho t'luo t(l.- liluirr.1 th.-lr mure, i'h rtntk iIimI iiivi-r lann-u, Jtut tvry mi nrn on t)ie run " I'M the dvn. Vh-n Jttiy Huitklna niarrh-d. tVhn !vt JlnnWtnt married, AImn, my Jiff up. Aim) nil th wine nf living Turned MMer In the cup: The nummer tlin row wtntpr, A trlrniui wltit 1 carried Alone ih way lr night and dar, Ail l.-iark and (trV. W hm lty llosWcna tnnrrlcd Mp, bt William J. Lampton. Watering Horses. A discussion of tho subject of wa tering horses ahould take Into account the reasons why water la needed, the amounta required, the proper time for watering, and related topics, say a government bulletin. Horses, Ilka other anlmali, require water to moist en their food ati that the digestive Juice ina;r permeate It readily, to di lute the blood and other fluids of the body, and for other physiological usea. It nay be assumed that under an...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 21 January 1904

U Miss Rose Hennessy, well known as a poetess and elocutionist, of Lexington, Ky tells how she was cured of uterine inflammation and ovaritis by the use of Lydia E. Pinkhamfs Vegetable Compound. "Pill '. PrvKltAN : I haw been eobleed!r helped tHroujrb the oe of I-J-J la 1 IMnkliam's Venet-alde Compound "that 1 frrl it tot Jut to a.ku'" Uil,.- It, hopiDjr that it uiy help koine other woman ufTenntf aa 1 did. " For yeara I nivei the bet of health and thought that I would alwara io I attended pariiea and receptlona thinly clad, aod would be audlrnly chll'.ed, bat I did not thiolc of Uie rexalta. I eaufrht a bad ooid eighteen aontha apo whlla tDeutruat'tiir, aod Vhia caoaed iniSamniatioa of tha womb and ooo(r ted orariea. I aorfered eaemctatinjr paina acid kept grttinjr worae. My attention waa called to rour Ve(cetlle Compound and the wonderful curea it had performed, ana I exit up tny mind to trr it for two montha and aea what it would do for aa. Wilhm ona month 1 felt much better, and...

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. — 21 January 1904

cure Dr. T. A Slocum, tho Great Chemist and Specialist. Will Send Free, to tho Afflict ed, Four Large Samples ot his Newly Discovered Remedies to Cure Con- sumption and all Throat, Chest and Lung Troubles. Nothing conUl ie fairer, more philanthropic or carry more Joy to the nmieUvl than this offer. Conrhlent that lie hnsdlseuvered an absolute cure for Consumption mid nil pulmonary complaints, ud to miiUe Its jrreat merits known, he will wml his Complete Treatment, embracing four larjye samples, to iny rentier who may Is? suffering trom coughs, colds, catarrh, limnrhial, throat and lung troubles or consumption. Already this "Now Ncientillc Course of Treatment" has permanently cured thousands of apparently hoieles canes. There will Imj no mistake n seiidiiiir the mistake will lw in overlooking the peuerous Invitation. il Remedy Free to All To obtain these FOU.lt FKEE PllEPAKATlOXS that have ucver yet failed to cure, all you have to do I to writ , lIt. T. A. SLOCUM, 08 Pine Street, New...

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. — 28 January 1904

E Ll Jiil volumi: 14 111CII HILL, MIMrtOUUI, TIILUJiDAY, J AS it'AltV , UOJ. SI Attention farmers. Wliv remain tn 1 lie North and atay Indoor mix month In the year con Hunting; what you raiw during the other f month'.' Ho South where jo:i enn work out doom every month In the year, and w here you n producing miiiict hiiiR the year round. If you are a tork rnixer you know your utoek nr' now "en tins their head oft" iiik!. U-Hide. have to ! protected from the rl;r or of winter by expeuaive alMter. I iioHrn-iil mK-k feedinjj n'qulr1 the combination irf lmtii tli-f. ti-firniUitr and fat forming food in certain pro portion. Alabama aud llorlda prod nee I" abund li lire tbe velvet liean nniljciw f-iv;i, the timt a Sbidi pro ducer. uii the hitter (1 fill procurer, and they are the cbeapi-M- mitl lnt fattening material know u to the world More money ran le made unci with U t-H labor, in Kt-n-cral farming, fruit and U-rry in-oivins and trnk jrarden in;r almis our roal la the South than In imy...

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. — 28 January 1904

, THE TRIBUNE A.NNMS K. llUt KiDT f ' men hill. Ml(8oCkU. Boston teachers who Bra victim ct lb chicle habit should chw nothing tut beac. A young man seldom feel inclined to complain because a girl Haps, when th say yea. Pltxslmmona, however U confluent that be could effect mother landing r Corbett' solar plexus. Russell Saga ha quit keeping regu lar office hour, but ho bus not jet given up the 10-cent lunch. The Shanghai men who ent n?wi" during the Boxer trouble bars ap parently moved north to Kobe. Botiton teacher do not chew gum. They masrjesto an Insoluble sub stance that exudes from certain trees. The man mho was ambitious to drive the water wagon on Jan. 1 Is now content to cling to the left bind wheel. Marie Corelll Is described as being "short and plump." Be It far from us to Intimate that ber stories are king and thin. If a good New Year'a resolution be gin to show wear and become a little frayed at the edgea that Is do reason for discarding It. New York city, we are Inform...

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. — 28 January 1904

9 T Waal. nr.ATii or r.rnnr.r. stta mpk Tr a tj -- 1 t urn aw . tM.ai m r i 'r ;. ' fl j T 'a . . a m aw4 a-r rw If - ' i i f ..( --- f e .AhsM m "- 1M 4 r aJ. 9 Ct-M 4.lar tri.fm aa an ) pr f trwrni'' a " a aV vu. raw"" rm i a i p v4 w LATEST MISSOURI NEWS "- w a a a tax. -w a w mu IxroU g sr a) WORLD'S MOST ERRATIC GENIUS I I M MISSOURI' OLD LAW.. Th. Collection of the atat Historical Botltty In Columbia. COLUMIiIA (HpecJal ) The State Historical Pociety of MUsouil ban Just completed a collection of th Journals of th general assemblies of Missouri from the earliest general assembly of tfc territory of Missouri. Tb colla tion U the only one complete. The earliest of three Journal! form an Interesting atudy of the progress of MUuKHirl anil Ixiulsiana purchase in 100 rears. Tb business which orcu pled lit attention of th pioneer Mis souri legislators would be Ignored thli day of franchise, corporation and avium legislation. On of the most Important art ol tha legislature of 1815 wat ...

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. — 28 January 1904

The Tribune. KO. P. BVCBIRf, NANIK K. MlfKRItt, K4ltnrinA Pabllaliort. hi. MonlKi...... . I Sinf Is Copt ... . .....us Fntrffrt ccftntifif o tit l t C Is po o(r,c II Rktl Hill, second cUn wssll Bssnct William Heisner his been nomi nated by the President and confirm ed by the Senate, as Postmaster nt Lockwood Mo. The South Western Poultry As sociation helJ a show at Nevada last week. It was a great success. Over four hundred birds were on exhibition including chickens, ducks geese, tutkeys aad pigeons. The show was croweed with visitors every day from Monday to Friday. So long as Missouri sticks to the policy o local control and large lo cal maintenance of its schools, the work of these schools will have ear nest and enthusiastic local support. Under the present system a com munity can have just as good a school as it desires and no better. The condition of the school is the best index to the spirit of the com munity. TIIIXK ABOUT IT. We sincerely believe in the good old Whig Republi...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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