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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 6 November 1902

"ttit n tits SAY, MR. lil'.SlNliSS MAN We guarantee you perftct satisiaction on all job wotk done f, (lie Thiirnk. WEiiAVcinn iALiLntr.s fr rising any an ! a'S kis ii of w.-ik is l m3er wii p!?:a38 j c:i. Try n. K H VOLUMK ia IMCII HILL, MISHOUItl. 1 II U1U OAT, 1MOVEM M'At ti, IWZ. N O , t i .1 it ill! $ 8 FOR you. Wo Will Save You Many Dollars If You Buy Your x m n s GOODS of us. In DOLLS, BOOKS and all HOLIDAY PRESENTS We Lead by Underbuying and Underselling The Largest Variety of Goods. 15c Doll, 9c. $1 Dolls, Big Ones, 75 Cents. $1.50 Dolls, 99c. See Our Lino and Bo Convinced. D. D. HICIIEY, Prop. Rich Hill, - Mo. OPERA I CASH ! DRUGSTORE! JA)CALJiUIKFS. g Picture framed on ihort older at Hammack't. S. 6th St. Dick Johannet ot Nevada, pcr,t Sunday with his parer.ti in (hit city. II. V. Geiger spent Tuesday in Kansas City in the inteiett of hi store. Mis Alice Loeb ia closing out her er.tire Mock of millinery good at greatly reduced prices. Mrs. J. T. Reavley of Nevada, is Ihe g...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 6 November 1902

The Tribune. j, r, m.' rkbt, TrKfTA A.IKITCMARD. STrfltor.aad FlkljiMtl, ftabaertptlsaKataii 9 1 7t MnmSa . tt JMlhv .. ..OS UnWTf ll Mllrvf to 111 C1 pi Conjiwwhi fnf a(K'jt m RUS Mill, m m4 dM hI .war. 1 V ' Tbc election i over and the peo ple and the politicians can now get a rest. Some people seem to think that if the Cuban should float a forty mil lion dollar loan it would sink the island. The man who gets a wife from a matrimonial agencj usually has rea sons to believe that the camera does not always tell the truth. Speaking of government opera tion of railroads. Uncle Sam ap pears to be doing something in that line down on the isthmus of Pa nama. Colonel Wattetton might call at tenlion to the fact that there are forty-two divorce cases on the New port court calendar as a partial jus tification of his attack on the Four Hundred. If the American people once be come convinced that it is case of J. Pierpont Morgan, et al, versus Theodore Roosevelt, party lines will be forgotten i...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 6 November 1902

M lunoiirl l'u llie t'liilrt titrd. Mill I II lll'l Sli Ni, 1'ti I'ni'.. No. t I cn ct .. No. ;w ii'ivi'f . I. (il ill A Ml h . r. " :'.'."i II til. in. lu lu p. n. Sit. VI ( l.iK-ali H 1" w o r hoi'mi, t r, win r I n thai.. No. a; la-iiveH ni l- I No. .".; Ia iwi Mo n. in. mii'Til not'NO No. 2tl Arrive No. Arrive r. " a. in. l.';.V, p. iii. 10:10 p. m li iiO p. in. MTT i rriMi., ..l-.VLtt p, in. IK.V1 p. III. V. Haii.kv, Atft. No. I!'. Arrlv. No. 1i:i ( l,n iil i .. KAHT Hot Nil ,n No. 31 Anile No. I'l Arrive .... I: Frlaeo Kystem Tim t'nrd. No. 111. Mull Hii.l Knpit'KM, Ihvi-h 'i l' " in. ('(intuitu lit ri.'.innntoii wltli Flyer forllicNorlh. No. l.V!, l'tvifi'it find Ac roiiioilntloii, ar.lv h U:0 a. ni. Carrie Mail nl r.xpre. j No. 1.yi,')irliiVitter Mull i and Aei-onmil.-itloit. Lvh...4.-V) p. 111. ; N. i:.l. Frclj-lit .ni l Ac- toiiioilut Inn leaven ;" p. III. Carrie Mull ins-l Express fur South. romuTts with t Fiver fit I'leHKailtoH. No. 1M Miillnuil Kxrr. K" Ar.-O i'ip. m. C...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 6 November 1902

. f -r-. f 1 -. . - j , - ?r o T7 fP J ii Ik b FOR OIIE irJEEIl DULY, I MONARCH BAKING POWDER Regular 15c Can, 15c, Two for 25c. "LOG- CABIN." 20 OUNCE CAN Regular 25c Can. For 15c, 2 for 25c. Theso are Certainly Bargains. RICH HILL, MO. Wklnnt Street M. E. Cbnrch. Tbcre will be preaching at the Vlnut Street M. E. Church next Sunday at 1 1 a. m. tuu 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 9:4s m. . Junior League at 2:30 p. m. Epworth League at 6:30 p. m. Epworth League Bible Study Class, Tuesday evening at 7:30. Prayer meeting Thursday, 7:30. V. T. Pyles, Pastor. First Presbyterian Charch. There will be preaching service next Sunday at it a.m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Junior Endeavor at 3 p. tn. Senior Endeavor at 6:30 p. tn. W. B. Chancellor, Pastor. Catholic Church. Sunday School Catechism, 9:30 a. m. Mass and Benediction, 1st Sunday of month, 10:30 a. m. Mass and Benediction 3rd Sunday of month, 3 a. m. SPFCIAI VALUES IN OUR. KNIT UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT. We are now selling to...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 13 November 1902

HP"in TinTTTS, a KAY. MR. lilTSlNIiSS MAN IT JL. EE V. E HAVE THE FACILITIES a- . . . . ... We guarantee you perfect satisfaction ii I. -I . . . L - T- in tk t On Kll JOIJ wom uum m inc i niiviiii j in i w :iz-zt thai wt'i 'tfae y ou. Try at VOLUMI? 13 UICIJ HILL, MlSSOUni. TIIUKAOAY, KOVESIISJIU 13. IUO-'. a v h n n it ;i -at. i-kw" -i. 4JL SPE6IHL BOOK PRIGES We Have Somo Rare Bargains in Novels and Gift Books. Amarath Series, worth 24c, at 19 cts. Fine New Style Leather Bound Padded Poets, Worth $2.50, at $1.40 each. White and Gold Series worth 35c, at 25 cents. 500 titles of regular 25c Paper Bound Novels at 14 cents. If you see our lino you will know wo Underbuy and Undersell $$-For Cash-$$ Best Drugs At Reasonable Prices. D. D. MICKEY, Prop. Men Hill, - Ho. OPERA GASH I PROG STORE i iifu iiiii i-ivt Dargaini t Mitt Loebs. J. M. Johannes and wife visited relative at NevaJa over Sunday. If you want ttyluh dre good go to the Uazaar. Mi. Wm, boon of Carthage, came up Saturday for ...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 13 November 1902

The Tribune sun tti nr. I Mir7.il A. raiTCII4KO. K'lttir) ! t'ob!li'.f . V 'i .(10 Di-- MofrtS. .i f ni-.il rxrmlinf ct ' Ctmfr"'. tlw iriM t".: at kkh Hill, twrid tt Msil ttwt, '7 . I -To Osage township diJ well Nov. 4, I ut will do still better nest time. The Rej'uUicann put up a plen. Jul fglH for aupretr.acy in Hales county. CIea;i men nnJ clean method had their effect. No at tack were made on vulnerable pri vate characters, as might have been done, nnd no dirty, sneaking mcth oils were hypocritically employed to besmirch any good man on the opposition ticket. liut an honor : I able, upright campaign wa con ducted by the committee and by every candidate on the ticket. Nothing wai done that any man o( them need b ashamed oL Both the committee and the candidate decrve and should have the aincere thank ol all the party workers and memben, for their untiring; effort. We believe the party emerge from the conflict ini better condition than ever before. We know what Rood men and good w...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 13 November 1902

oun j:o W'lil T'ol Iv.-nit It to' !' era No ljutig't a In l"t,;t4 t'Mt. y.Uiu :,!r. N7, Vjttn vrrrn tattoo:. MImmoiii-I I'aolflflTlme Carrt. NUHTH IKit'NO, T. l.ol lit AMI K. ''. No. 21 Invr- r.:'.'.. n in. No. 24 1tu 'A 12 :M p. n. No. .".0 I"v K:10 i. in. NO. 1" (Ia-a1) 10.15 n. in. H MT H'M 511, I T. HTlTT I'll NTH A I.. No. 117 lA iivi-n U l. in No. 3'J licitvi'ti ."i.-ITi a. in. aoi 'i H iiiii vn. No. W Arrive T,X n. in. No. V7 Arrlvi-H V2." p. in. No. Arrlvi-n lfUU p. in. No, (lnl) AM p. hi. KAHT lldPMl ,rT. m liTT t'KSTMAL. No. 34 Ariivca 12.2U . in. No. Arrives U.M p. in. H. A. lUil.K.r, A (ft. Frisco System Time Care!, No. 114, Mnll nnd Eipniw, I'h .. 1:4.1 a. rn. Connect- at rioamintoii with Flyer forth North. No. LIS, Frvlttlit ami Ac- comoilritlon, arrive .0JOa, m. OnrrWn Mnll and Kxiirv. No. l'-l, Cn rbon ( Vn tr M nil ami Accomodation. Lv...4:50 p. m. N . l."4. Frvtsht nutl Ae- eaniotlnUon leave 6:00 p. m. Cnrrl Mail find Kxprc (or South, connwlt with Flyer at l'k-niwn...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 13 November 1902

U'-'ji U i.A. ji i : J J. J J Jl ku J DIG GIISII GROCERY. rv. V V Si -H 2 TP v' I -I . f. i 1 f Ira i 1 r JAVA & MOCHA If f t LIcIIIDDEn GROCER GO, RICH HILL, MO. TELEPHONE NO. 42 Walnut Ntreet M. E. Church. There will be preaching at the Walnut Street M. E. Church next Sunday at 1 1 a. tn. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 9:45 m. Junior League at 1:30 p. m. Epworth League at 6:30 p. m. Epworth League Bible Study Class, Tuesday evening at 7:30- Prayer meeting Thursday, 7:30, W. T. Pylks, Pastor. First Presbyterian Church. There will be preaching service next bunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Junior Endeavor at 3 p. m. Senior Endeavor at 6:30 p, m. W. B. CUAKCKLLOR, Pastor. Catholic Church. Sunday School Catechism, 9:30 a. m. Mass and Benediction, 1st Sunday of month, 10:30 a. m. Mass and Benediction 3rd Sunday of month, S a. m. You ean pet Tkk Tribim; and any of the publications In thU list nt the following prices: Thk TuiniNE and Dally K. C. World for ...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 20 November 1902

s ( We pt.Mi.nlcx yon pcilect sr.l.s.,ciion ' jj l ' jl j 1 II I t f-f t.ot3 any a I ll iia li of j .b w-.-tk " J"'' w,,lk jjJC' I ' JlAJl JL JL sJLJLJ' Ui V n Yn voLt.Mi; t: RICH HILL, MLHtttJUUI. IHIUSOAT, KOVKMIfL'ft 20, IVWit. N.slt PRESENTS Fictutes (iKi:,i'! on hott oti.lt r Our Line of XMAS GOODS is, the Most. Complete we have Ever Shown. The Prices Are the Lowest. ! Iliirgains ul Mis Lochs. A splendid line of lijic ry and dadics unde'weur at the IJazaar. I II. G, Cook and wile, of Uutlcr, i visited friends here the early part of j 1 1 1 e week. J Bargain in hats and nil millinery ; goods at Mi Alice Loch. Mr. L. C. Johnson ha been changed off from Ovid to Adrian as telegraphist at that place. Call and see the art pictures now !f , Hammac k'. All Varieties of TOYS RIID FIHE GOODS. S. 'V.b St. J. W. Mi'rt ir and v. A ; vitittdl relatives fir-re Tti'.' da , ! I Th wtllt-t line -( dies hats j shown in this city, nt liie liaaar, Mr. C i ilit t s huI footi opens gun and bicycl.' r...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 20 November 1902

The Tribune. lt ll. JU CH HIV, rmK A. I RIU HAHD, Kriltoraand I'atillanara. Plf V . l.vl Itk'X MnS , ... .. I Sii'jla loj'tea . Fttwd tremltitf la K acl ol Confrettlla lh o oir t Rich Hill, atonad da aaaM ana. Dr. RcxJriguei Alvei wi inaugu rated president of Brar.il last Satur day, Nov. 15th. The Missouri Republican Editor ial Association meeting is already being arranged for at St. Joseph, December 5 and 6. Gerone Rubino, an anarchist, at tempted to shoot King Leopold of Belgium, last Saturday, but failed. The King was not hurt. Hon. Jos. G. Cannon of Illinois, will make a splendid Speaker ol the House. He ought to have been elected when Henderson was. It is hoped that President Loubet of France, can be induced to visit the Louisiana Purchase Expositiou in 19C4. Invitations to ibis effect will be issued. It is said that "cities are scabs on the body politic" If this be so the Democracy of Missouri got three of the biggest in the state. They will be very sick before tbey get over i...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 20 November 1902

Mlaamirl I'nolllo Tim Card. XIIIITII lull Nil, MT No, I'M Ij-nvi'.,, N. 24 I,t iiv.-h Nu. ,".() I avi n NO. VH (I..Hnl I.IK'IM AMI K. V. ty.-in A III. 12.30 i. m. 10:10 ji. in 10.15 a. in KT ll'il Ml, Nu. "7 a ii vi-i Nu. n:l I m v-h.. ft. m-lITT I KNTHAI. 1 ."t0 p. Ill .VW a. m m it Til IIOI'MI. Nu. 2i Arrive ft ft, a, n No. L7 Arrive 12 ..Vi p. In Nu. L'.'i Arrive 10:10 p. m. Nu. 10.1 (Um-iiI) 3 :!W p. m v.ktr nurnii ,rr. worr 'icstkai.. N'l. .".4 Arrive M:'X p. m, Nu. 40 ArrlviK 9..V, p. tn, 11. A. IUn.nr, AkU Frlaeo KvNtem Tlm Cant, N'i. 14, iiml Exprvxrt, l'-nvm n:W a. in CoiiniH'tu nt i'b-AMniilon with Fl.ver forthe North. Ni. I.V. Kn-lKht and Ac- rotnoilntlnit, arrive S:S0 a. m. Cnrrii-s Mull and Kxprvn. N o. 1 -VI. t ' rl k n ( i-ii tT M n il aivl Accomodation, Lra...4V)p. m. No. i:4, Fn-lxht iinil Ac- coinmlittlon Iinvi 6:00 p. m. Cnrrl.-a Mull and lCxpn-e (or Smith, ronrwet with river nt rieajantm. No. Ill MhIIhikI r.xi.tvaAr..8:2"ip, m. C'oiiiiii'Ih at rieimanton with Flj...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 20 November 1902

- h a B. ,' m n M M Our raaiiimotiiGut I OB CABBED GOODS is n v riinriER ! Have You Taken Advantage of These Low Prices Yet? If Not, You Must. HERE THEY ARE. Munloy-IIines 5c Co's Big Yellow Peaches, tocGiin. 'T, FO 0" Brand Strawberry Beets 10c GAEL They'l Not Last Long at these Prices m at HcHIDDEII GROCER GO. B RICH HILL. MO. TELEPHONE NO. 42 $j Walnut Street M. E. Church. There will be preaching at the Walnut Street M. E. Chnrcb next Sunday at it a. m. and 7:30 p. m. , Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Junior League at 3:30 p. m. Epworth League at 6:30 p. m. Epworth League Bible Study Class, Tuesday evening at 7:30. Prayer meeting Thursday, 7:30, - W. T. Pyles, Pastor. first Presbyterian Cbarch. There will be preaching service next Sunday at it a.m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. - " Junior Endeavor at 3 p. m. Senior Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. V. B. Chancellor, Pastor. Catholic Church. ' Sunday School Catechism, 9:30 a. m. Mass and Benediction, 1st Sunday of month, 10:30 a. m,...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 27 November 1902

say, mil uusini.ss man We Kiiintce )oti pctftct Ml iklactioti on nil job woilt done at the Tuihlnk. f vc irAVf; nir: FACir.n ins ( t t-m .1 .. :t I.- i et :. "J lit k.T.ii o. ! j; w t ia a r. -.r.r ih it w .; f :? srt y cu. Try tn. VOIXMH 1.1 HIGH HILL, MlSfHOUUI, Tlll.KHOAY, SOVI'.M MUt 27, !-. Sr 12 I,- MK -Li. JLUJLJ U1V ar?S AIMS! Make a Nice Christmas Present. We Have On Display An Elegant Line of Great Variety. !i f A Sf Plush back, good quality Morth 75c, at - 48c Plash and hory celluloid vorth $1.25, at - 75c Nice hory celluloid xcrth $2.00, at -, $1.50 Mce Ivor) celluloid slight- ty tetter, worth $2, at $1.90 k k & k But if You Want Something Nice and Nobby like the new Cosmeon Front or the Down-To-Date Medallion Back, our line is the only ono and Our Prices The Right Prices. They Range in value from $3 TO $ and they all show that Wo Underbuy And Undersell For Cash. CASH DRUGSTORE D. D. MICKEY. Prop. Rich Hill, - Mo. P. S.ANY CHILD tint rnta tliic. nnt nrifl LXlilL Ultt...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 27 November 1902

Tin: Tribune. ini. r. in mthv, I I IIKA A, HtlTl'MIWl, Kilti-imao FshtlafesrS. SstaerlpttnrKsts.l m Yewr .. SJI St. Mjnlh... ....ft I TSrre MrH..... I Sinai. Capita ... . ..! Snnrrd aovttlnf o t!. - ol CortflMlS lH p.. oiTioe at fckS Hill, a ironj dart vail art.. ft AW Some people think time will never be good until! houses are fill ed with pancakes. Franklin. Bill Stone fill George Vest's place? Never; not even if he had bunions on his feet as big as water melons. Mo. State Republican. The Republicans of Bates county chrried twelve ot the twenty-four townships at the last election. They nevei carried more than five before It is suggested that the Bryan Democrats helped the Republicans in Indiana this yeur, under the spec ial instructions of Mr. bryan as against the reorganizing element of the Democratic patty. The census reports show that more than 1,000 women make their living by fishing. This has no ref erence to the several millions who do their fishing in the pocketa of their s...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 27 November 1902

fifty Yc;.:3 !ho Steward V C?JV) mm fivnriad IM K?2hasttssU.S.63'tChcm!8 . f ROM OIR EXCHWGtS. J Mis Maxie Uell left yesterday lor I'ilot (Jrove, to take a clerkship in a illy imls store at that place. She was frmerlv employed in a millinery Mote ia Rich Hill. , J. V. IVititt, who li;is resided here for several moiillis, returned to his foinin humo in Rich 1 1 ill this week. Mr. I'etti! leave many friends in MeU who :etet hit departure. Met& linns. Mis nn Horcinjj, of Kockville, visited with Misses Sallie Stout and Illicit Kol'intun, of . this city, on Saturday mid Sunday. ihe wn accompanied Lome by Mis Helen Uoluiipi and Mr. Mil Myers. Cleve Stout, cneot Appleton City's popular youti? men and a son of Mr. J. K. Sout, the grocer, has ac cepted a j e-ition as tiavelinjj sales man fr ti e Independent liaking I'oAiitr Co. Hubert Zcbold has been with the company in the same capacity lor some time. " , Capt. 11. C. Donnoliua, the popular auctioneer, was '-chaperoned'' to the Kith Hil...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 27 November 1902

V.- -Jtv -V- 0 1 i: 17. ! i XX 1 G 1 4 . 1 1 7r h 'lU Wo wish all our cus tomers to watch thi3 spaco next week. We'll have some thing for the Holi d a y s that will interest everybody. Don't fail to read our "ad" next week. ncIIIDDEII GROCER GO. RICH HILL, MO. TELEPHONE NO. 42 m ft ft P u 88 -( A Thankful Furinfr, Knrrou Titnn mo- Thanks to iv lUmn tlful Olver itnd ft big corn crop, we are on full feed on;-e more Mid n re correspondingly happy. Willi a plenty of ii!iih ninl ntllk, fried mush, colli corn bread nud sweet milk, warm rorn brvsd with butter And honey, flapjacks nnd sorghum, Irish potatoes In tln lr multifarious wnya, h"t ivivt potatoes with fresh but tor, (rreen beans, cabling, celery, ap ples, penches, plums, strnwls'rrles. grapes, rnjiplM'rrlos, pop com, chick rim fried, stewed, baked or roasted, nil sensor t with a plenty of work nl flanked by rut appetite. Ilk ft w mill, who would not Is? a inner? We hnve not butchered a porker yet, but as we have Ux'nmt no Ac custom...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 4 December 1902

SAY, Mil. liUMNMSS MAN Wt: t'uurutitce voo nrrft-rl H 1 I f t WE HAVE THE FACILI ULiv 1:r :) n J a!!- ivn-Jj ef j--,u work t t a w tr,n r thJ mij f '. j- y on. It u. r i ----- .l w,tk .."no at the Thiblnk. UICU HILL, MIM.SOUKI. TIIfUSDAT, UncilM M.It, laK2. Sc.13 fD r r VIICRE TO LOCATE?! Taavsaaao r im TJ fl 1 kaasSiville Hailroad. le Cfrat Central Southern Trunk line. IN Kc:.L:ky, Tmnesstr. Alabama, ; iss.ssippi, Tlorida, WHKKK Fiirmrro, Krtilt (irnwrri, NJck KafM-r, MnitiifHcturrrii, lnf Ktorx. Spt-oulators. ami Money Lenders will f,,,.J t!n crs iu,-et tlitiiscpw In thi I'niit-.l t, 1,11 ! tiinko "liis: iiioih-.v" y rn- Hi of tin- n .iini'hii.ot" nnd La. ud and tjtfUt. Tlaaihtir and m. Iron anal Canl. Labor-fctorytklec, . . 'ton, ihiiiiH I.i! K-ii-tHii(-. niul fni i i fruiii tMx.'Hiun f.r tlio nuiun- tiltr.;:,. ... I.;!M i- ni.-", farm Ht $l (S t rre nn. iiitv;iri, nml ;S.H) nrrtu In Wift 1 j i . ! ;i Unit mil 1 1 ji k-fl fcTdt i niri. r f.f 1'. s. lliiiitst-ii) law. r-iUWur in t...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 4 December 1902

The Tribune. , r, lit m M v, rtllHi A. I'KlTtlURi). K'tlioraaixi I' obliartam. Cah tlptlaaKataai 0i-Vet ',. St. OS I Th-ee Minlk,...,. .tH SkWcmIx .00 !hi (.niat ........OS F-ft'trrf icrAfinf to S act of Congr.!. rta wirt oftV at Kit h Hill, ft armed ctl mall altai. 'Hi RONE immm Thirteen lives were lost by the explosion of a boiler at Swift & Go's, packing plant in Chicago last Saturday. The richest find of gold yet made in the Cripple Creek digging is re ported at Bull Hill by the Empire State Mining Company. The final cotton report shows the actual growth of cotton in the Unit ed States in the year past to have been 9.966,47s commercial bales. Gov. Yates ot Illinois, who has been sick nigh unto death with ty phoid fever, is convalescent and on the way to full and compietere covery. The usurper Castro, of Venezu ela, seems to be in complete con trol of the government of his coun try, having overcome all his ene mies. The legality of the recently adopt ed constitution ot Virgin...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 4 December 1902

DOLLS AfJ DOLL CARRIAGES. Is a Lino That wo want to toll you about. It is Complete in every item. DOLL CARTS and DOLL CARRIHGBS Ranging in Price From 25c to $1.25c. Doll Heads in The New Styles from 5c to the big Brass Unbreakable worth 75c. And Dolls here is a variety that will please any child. Fine Bisque, China, Rubber and all styles in all prices From 4c to $3.15. See our display and learn that Wo Underbuy And Undersell For Cash. D. D. MICKEY. Prop. nich mil. - no. OPERA CASH DRUGSTORE ! JAiCALJWUKlU 1 L. J Splendid values in boys Loots and shoes it ISeasIcy'g. Geo. A. Huckeby taok business trip to Kansas Citv Monday. We tiave the l est Uister in the market. lieasley's. Tirg Twhunk will guarante: you satisfaction on job printing. See cur line ol fb.oo and t S.oo overcoats.- Beasley's. Miss Myrtle Copeland Haxaar, spent Thanksgiving with home folks in Metz. Our $1.75 and $100 pants are the belt in the county. Beasley's Mist Lulu Weatheri visited Miss Delia Kellogg in Kansas City...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 4 December 1902

ii l h;hl i.irttUuKtla-lJ A QRIlAI -" CLEARING SALE Oil Cilir.A AM) QL!EtJSVARE I 1 1-7 1 y P ir fiv: I 1 Wc oficr cur entire large utock of Decorated Ware, Fancy Lamp and Glassware at : s : 20 Per Cen This mean a big cut on cur already low cash prices from now till Xraas. This sale is not aa out of season tale, but comes just at the right lime, just before Christmas. Come early. 1 (a n m EIcIIIBDEEI GI2GGE R CO. RICH HILL. MO. TELEPHONE NO. 42 Walnut Street SL E. Church. There will be preaching at the Walnut Street M. E. Church next Sunday at 1 1 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Junior League at 3:30 p. m. Epworth League at 6:30 p. m. Epworth League Bible Study Class, Tuesday evening at 7:30. Prayer meeting Thursday, 7:30. V. T. Pylis, Pastor. Catholic Church. Sunday School Catechism, 9:3.0 m. Mass and Benediction, lit Sunday of month, 10:30 a. m. Mass and Benediction 3rd Sunday of month, S a. m. OUR. Which Oill Expire Jan. 1, 1903. One Whole Year's Beading for the ...

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