ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 3,029 items from Rich Hill Tribune, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
3,029 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 18 February 1904

THE! RICH r jI JiLiLo volume la RICH HILL, MI8SOCRI. TII L'iLKDA Y, M;)il',l AUV IR.IW Attention farmers. Why remain in the North mi J ly Indoor iix Months In the ynr roiiHumiiiK what you mine during tlie other alx month? fin Hotith where yon can work out door every month In the year, nnl w here you are producing noiiHtliliK the year round. If you an? a tofk ratwr yon know yoor atock on now "cntlriir their Ik'IkIh ofT' nriil. l-niiI-. have to lie protect! d from the rlft om o u inter ly exiH'tiKive abetter.. Economical stock feeding require the combination of liotii flih-(irii:liiir nnd fut formlui; foodit In certain pro- IMirtioiin. Alabama nnd "lorhbi product' In abund ance tin velvet U-nti nnd.ciut nnvo, the t1rt h flewb pro ducer, nnd the latter n fat producer, nnd they lire the cheapeM nnd tj't fattening lii'ilerlnl know n to tin? world More money can l made nnd with ktu labor. In pvn eral birmluir. frnlt nnd lierry growing and truck Rnnleii Inil along our rond in tl South than...

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. — 18 February 1904

f THE TRIBUNE S.ANNIK H. liUktDT f T- llLt.rii. RICH HILL, t 1 MlOStCKl. If King refer ran pre his wsy to re tiring on conitortahte penFlon, that's bis beat move. Thrjr are now talking of sterilizing our money. Well, all rli;ht, It It docs viol csuho too much di'ligr, According to the Milwaukee entl rnitte. there ere Ofi.OPo.OOu microbes and twenty boor In a $1 bill. Why docs not some one start a dis cussion on the question, "Should a Husband Trim his Wife's Huts?" Henry Arthur Jones has written a Hew drama entitled "Joseph Entangl ed." Knocking Chamberlain, prob ably. Speaking of general Information, do yoti know, for lnrtancc. how to rpcll the name of the president of Para guay? The coffee cigarette Is popular In Paris, but many American cigarette smokers continue to be satisfied with doctored hay. The English no sooner crossed the border than they knocked the "h" out of Thibet that had been there from time Immemorial. Readers are cautioned aeainst catching and landing whales alon...

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. — 18 February 1904

in W. r . , ' T"" IVAHHINOTON. Vtn -r'.r f t . . " l .-4, Jot . ar.s. m I kUr' tu'a"j at vs. ... .- .- ... .., .,.e -. ... . A Dllet fjeUd. Put Into half inrh lnifrtbs celery which has ben washed and erraped 'a Ice ater with Iho Juice of a lemon In it iind place In lettuce cups, for Individual serving. Mis to a past the yolk of two hiird lKHf d eftKS and t apoonfuI of olive oil; sea-ton with salt, whit pepper and powdered u gar. Mth vinegar make tfe mliture the proper consistency and pour over the celery. Garnish with m hole sar UStiPi and serve with cb?ce wafers. Dainty Toilet Device. A dainty device for keeping the twentieth ct-ntury girl's white stock and searched cnllor Immaculate when not rncirclinsc her fair throat la made of a round basket. Line 1th silk of delicate hue. with an Interlining of waddi::c. sprir-k.ed with sachet pow der. A circular piece of pasteboard covered and wadded serves for a lid and also as a convenient resting p!a-e for the fancy pins worn at the fmr.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. — 18 February 1904

The Tribune. iko. r. ntiKFHT, KANKIK II. mcHEBT. Kdltor.and rubllihf. aacrtptlolMatli I1.M I TarM Mooihu. iOs Slonlhs... 00 Swjla Cos portoUk l Rlc Mill, as teroad U.M ai.ll let JvKPtHUCAN CONtlltrjSalOX AL CONVENTION. The republicans of the sixth coti-R-Hflonnl dlHtrhl of the atato of MiHKourl, will meet In deli-Kitti con vention t the city of timiifieid. on Monday, Mnn-li 14, nt 10 o'clock a. in., for the purron?. of nominating n llcpubllciiii candidate tor coiiKro for until district. Alo to fleet 4 wo delejintew nod two alternate to the National Republican Convention to 1 held in Chicago, Jnnel'l. ltKM, and to choose committeemen tor the con Krvtwiowil committee of Bald district for the enmilng term. The minis of rvprt-itentntion in nn!d convention will K one delegate for each 31)0 votes, or nmjor fraction thereof, mat for Wm. McKlulcy for president, in VM0. The apportionment from each county of delegate in "id conven tion, on the nbove bnwia, from the Heveral count lea of the dl...

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. — 18 February 1904

Trusted fifty-Thousand Times Yesterday we filled our fifty thousandth pre scription: 55.826 times have doc tor's prescrip tions been sent or brought here and trusted to us for compounding As far as we know there has not been a single error, or a single inferior drug, or a single over charge. When you need . drugs, call on us. OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE. D. B. HICUY, Proprietor Oprra liause Bldg Rich Hill. Mo. Sie the r.csv collars at tSic Pa xaar. Remember that dainty "M ajrstic' lu nch next week at Johannes & Sons, In sixty two ye.ns the University of Misoun has urn (ci red drgreii oil i,yj' prison. Don't fail tt ee the (ireat "Ma jestic" Range hake biscuits in thire minutes next week at Johannes 4 Sons. Tbeie arc about ten thousand person living in M issomt who hue lecicved at lea! a pait of their edu cation at tin Stale I'nivtroiiv. Prf. S. M.. Ham-H vsentto Webb City Torsdsv, Ij act as one of the judges in a liltraiy contest between the Jopii:i ami Catthiige high SlIlOl'ln....

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. — 18 February 1904

7K WISP ASP Arm" the ,!-veet mr,v1ws end over vnln etrrti The itnl l not a ,1ivmir, but he's ever rliif,rlt; iii-ni1 In quIM, hM.tt-n pUrrs-tleM where thy t unit roup. Forever rj foreer ho sinus the world to Sleepl And II' 1ive-lme and 1rim-Hr?e Mv vullrva, nine atirf etretinie; And llfo In villi the 'Ulii"!. Anil l-ovo la with I ho dream! lie ws'te to Ton t!ie music of the dove's itmlhtef Winn. In the eeeylne vtp he'll saying Jut In- mmreltA thing: Ard he knova the wet hnme-pUfea mhere the mumiNe glortn crep And the children's mav ferea, and h sings thera all to sleep! . And It's love-time and dream-time Hjr oil the MM n,l Mrmns, An.1 life u with the iIhIkIfk. And Lao U Hh the dream.! Atlanta Conatltutlon. k$'f u uiST fell ,i IN THE USUAL WAY By JCLIA KtKAMOB ANURRHOK CVfyr0.VJ, WO. 6y yl Alh9Tl PukfuArey feoieeey. "No," eald Miss SouthnelU palling with unnecessary force a petal from tee rose she belt), "there It so such thing as Platonic friendship!" "Pardon me for the contradicti...

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. — 18 February 1904

tRAUDS IN A BALK OF HAY. Fraud In Watth Cut. Aci-onllng- to an ertlcl in t lie C'ln--lniatl Comnn-r. it ftfivone j-ntind aloiiw a nKtii!r found la iii.il i ll r aoi rcled In iMlnttf 1 1 y i f eighty (kiii.!. 'I Ma in a tmil a nntitnir a llmip of .. nf m arly one liulf the i-it;lit uf the mii.lt-..! I watch ciina it-tea l:i the ceii trr of (tin rH. tiold wal -h c are ant.l bv irr'.uttt, ml iw (iim run oe wlicr tlila liwit I rr-lct until the BiirtiHT f the riuw are tttken mil nn, (hit icoii mil bo Ic.und e Ci''tol Ik ltini tlit-m. 'I hern ra lire mmle bv pompMile who ir.f.- to h h.n-t but fnmifth the niesri to the uitinntl U rob th itihiir. lit 1 ftot plivtennt f.-r nnvn-e to end that h ha ln,rvil a lump cif lctiJ In )l wslcb ran. ArMihr trick the maker of iirioii '-!id .-u)l waU h rc I to Hu ll tlx caae I.. N. Awr." 'ih Inlted Matea dm- In it stamp our article iiin.la out cif fold and silvor ii coin. and the fukir.hr toing thlaatamp. want to make the public briit-ve. Dial tliefroTern...

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. — 18 February 1904

ST LOUIS 1904 World Fair Nows F R O M 1 IB A I U U A U T L H S THKr Gilis GLOBE-DEMOCRAT Is Ihe one KrcM newspaper which ought to find a place iti every hone during Ihe coming year. It has no equal cr rival in all the West and will be indispensable to all who desire to ker p fully in . formed as to the World's Fair and the Nations! Campaign of iyoj SEMI-WEEKLY, ONE The WLKKLY THK GUEAT KEPI TILICAS PAPEU OF A.MLTUCA. i-kk. Riving all KUYWKKK.nnd THE DAILY GLOBE-DEMOCRAT. PRICE BY MAIL. POSTAGE PREPAID: Dully, Including Sunday One year, $C.tH; 0 months, :?.0; 3 months, 1..V. Daily without Sunday One-year. $4 no; 6 month. $2.00; 3 months. $1.00. Sunday edition. 4 to 7 pngw One year. J.tW; 6 month, f 1.00. You Hunt Have Tlie ST. ULOBE-DEMOCItAT. LOUIS 1904 Wi- o FREE SAMPLE COPY. OH. MTTII liai, IKD tOU 1U CKI'TIOM TODAY. Aodkiii The Globe Printing Co., St. Louis, Mo. Me Print Letter Heads, Note Heads, Envelopes and Bill Heads, Statements, Sale Bills, etc. stMM, so YEARS EXPERIENCE 0"t...

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. — 25 February 1904

f nirrrr A A voi.u.ni: i tllCIIUILL, MlMHOUZll. THUUiDAV, rrrim'Ait v -zr.t i JLl'viInIJlljJ iliiiiiLdiLd Ui tS IS I HM -mi i i 5 Attention Farmers. Why ivinnln In the North nii'.l kI'- Indoor o'ix months In I In- yr.'ir ( t incumlns what yon rnlw during the other (In Sun Hi where you enn work out doom every month In the yoar, nmt win-re you nn prodiu-inic omcthlng tbe yenr round. If you art a stock miner yon know your stork hiv uow "Putins thflr Ihnim ofl" nud. N'ulde. have to tt protiM-ti ii ii'uiii tlw rig or of wii:tt hf expo-tv lonoinknl t'-k fivllns Piiniin- tltc poiuMnntlon of ixitii tlci-b-foriiiiiiit nud fnt forniin CvmvU In eertnln pro- ..ir!l.;i. Ai.lllllIUO and Florida j.rodw iu alund nut' tl:i velvet iieoii nnd ciui fnrn. !!. lirt tlonti pro lii'r. aiid the latter fat luo.'.iu-cr. ninl t!tv arc the olM-nx-t it'i! lft fattening iiintiTlulM know n tot i.e world More inoiM-r eltt. ! liliule tuid w it li I- lalMr, In pen Tn1 lariain;.'. fruit nnd U-rry irrowins nnd trm k p-...

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. — 25 February 1904

THE TRIBUNE frrt. r VVCHVVV I .... . .... ANME li. itLl hiCBY ' "'"""' rich mm ML-iSO'JM, Ppnio KisM telegraph, lis nytnru thy. Clianihcrlaiirs son rises, ax some would say, when ChiuiibcriHin sun Is rcitinn. Tlift Kn!Ha admiral has cabled homo: "Wo have met the enemy and they ate peaches," Ra.lima punch and radium cock Mils l.vo arrived. Now for tLa ra dium S cent ci;;m ! Russia wants to burrow $;itO,000 ik'ii .Most df n a would be satisfied with a I'.an of half Hut sum. Henry Setnn Merrinian" left a fin-tune i f t.'CO.OfMi. Another of those poverty-ftrU ken literary fellers! The new Baltimore doubtless will have an additional monument, to mark the spot where the fire started. The Imports of foreign perfumes Into this country are Raid to be In orearlns by a very large per cent. Whew! Th' RoniJ seem to be about the time for Kipling to nine up with a few polyglot stanzas of choice Anglo Js panose. When a man's only salvation Is a woman, he Is generally pretty far pone on the road to ...

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. — 25 February 1904

?:f.':t.r n$r.' k-' (r S.NGL!Sf! ANAKCIIIST WHO IS ; J LIKELY TO UE DEPORTED MISSOURI rOTES tlXAUX ASI CK.VTV I I y Iff 4-lJr m cptttn li'l areij n Ch inriii ImmI ; Slut thi" Ofc.UT t lira 1 fttHl Wl .'.rl"t With rt aa tha font. tain -Tli tnfiHr if luva fur a ?41r man And tiMi fr a liitie 1 ii fmrnnnMir tti tha vuit An! iiiH-oiMti dtiilara mt rant. fror d..!1ri At'd n! won't ltr- T'"tt f aom Mug lr-u in f-ni!nf In Ami lva wiM avail fmt OM i-hthft r (rttmt al prt-nt lima in all U difif-rtl rori, H H rmitif Btira in worM a lhH, An J U lruni niil all la hrana. K'" fliara'a rmthlr . In Ufa. Injr boy. That natur at 1 ri 4f i. Can farlnf mt tinritta, hu.se, and inf 1 -Ik ih tbrrt-ij-ai m your 1 : It all tltr la In tha r,J of atrlfa Wiih trial aul ftrWa immm You ran tk am Ks at ilt ciu of hf. Rul oii rin't lV AaUxr tni rnla. Marry 8. Clival cr. in Chtrajfo luter THESTORYTHAT LVar Mis Stanley .-Inclose pleas find creek lor your story. "The Price of Fame." We win gladly consider anythirg eis...

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. — 25 February 1904

The Tribune. ut u, r. dh tatuT, hahmf. k. intKrnt. r1Uorfil rnhllahar. ahMirlpt.larKat 0nf Vf . Six M'VMh. . 1.P0 bingt l-opiaa ,.03 rnttl rrnrtm to tht rt ol Cnrgrr..la 1 yon off-. At Kkh Hill, arcuail tta.t mill "" C. Lr.ic, K. Hale. C'tn is Mead, 1. Moore, G. 1'. lluckel-y, Win. Done, J. W. Dixon, C. li. riimlt, M. L. Try, Frank Koontz, i : r. r u i t i .it a n con 1 1 u s i o x. AL CONVENTION. The llopubliinns of t)m sixth con grvKsionul district of the tato of MU-outl, will iwet la delegate, con vcnti.iu (it tlm illy of Greenfield, on Monday, Man h 14. at 10 o'clock tv. in., for the i'tirr.o of nominating n JU'pnblicnn udidftte for Congress for snl.l district. Also to elect two delegates mid two alternate to the National Ilopubllcnn Convention to C held In Oilcngo, Junc'.'l, l'."04, ind to choose committeemen for tlie con grefMoiiat committee of wild district for the ensuing term. The binds of representation lu wiid convention will 1h? one delegate for each r00 vote, or iniijor...

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. — 25 February 1904

ppMppcri Our Cream of Roses is a quick euro for chapped or rough skin. It is exceedingly pleasantto use. Softens, heals and clears the skin. An 'especial favorite with ladies. Men also like to use it after shaving. 25c per bottle. OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE. l. B. MCklY, Proprietor Opera Moose Eldg. Rich VM, Mo: The beautiful snow covered the landscape last Saturday afternoon. Remember that dainty "Majestic lunch this week at Johannes & Son. About all the scarlet lever patient are out and no new cae aie ap pealing. Don't fail to see the Great Ma jestic" Range bake bitcuilt in three minute this week at Johannes Sons. Rev. V. li. Chancellor tut re covered from Ins attack of grippe and rilled his pulpit as utual last Sunday. Jacob Fwklang and J. C. Lane have tecently bad their pentiont in created. Geo. I. Hucktby was their attorney. Prof S. M Barrett went over the Dtury Ccllege at Springfield, to undergo an ciamination and if be get through all right will re turn an A. M., L. I. I...

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. — 25 February 1904

ST. LOUIS EXPOSITION WILL BE GREATEST EVER HELD ON EARTH Estimated Cost. Exclusive of the Value of the Exhibits. Is from Forty to Fifty Million Dollars Miles of Wonderful Displays in More Than Twenty Buildings. It Is now a lit 1 1 more than two writr:!! before the. rate will open vpnn the World's l'slr st fit. Louis and the public will be Invited to e the greatest exposition thst has ever been created. T!? vast exhibit palaces are svirnr'ete and many of thera have been finir-hed for several month. Within the Bfit two months all of them are to be bsichtened with' new coats of rainl so that, on the opening day, the magnificent array of palaces will ap pear as fresh as a newly blossomed rose. No one, no matter how vivid his tra atfr.ation, can picture to fclmsell the wene that will be presented when the KInition Is complete. The more one W8 this great collection of exhibit palaces and countless other buildings, the more deeply impressed be be eonm with the grandeur of the under twMre. ...

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. — 25 February 1904

BARS ARE DOWn ISIilBS I RELY ON PE'RUNA TO FIGHT RUt&IA A60UIHE CtN.CP-tri'P ON ITS NEWS. UDLE II Oflli'T iiliOO IT CATARRH, COUGHS, COLDS, GRIP win renew a w mi t vs Thinaa It Will P.ttuH In fairtr Treat ' Perun3 tor couchs . ? ' '. :' H ' il j. s is ment B the Prtaatnt -! Cev aorthlp to Stand, Rut the Fera.gn Oiapatcbt Are to ta entirely Free Eaceptmg foe Military Cenaorahip. hndfpm in cudrcn. j SISTERS JmJOLjS II T t 1 a ' I t ; SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH Use Pe-ru-na for La Grippe and Winter Catarrh. IM KVEUY country jf the elrilired world the t-i.rs ot Chanty are known. Not tly tio the- tmnitrr to the rpinttuU Bin! intellect ua! ntaia of tti rharfai eoTiiTiint la thi'ir ram, tuV tey also aiiMer their bodily tir.-K Vt tww ent-cVa or edds, 1 grippe air piM-tttuti ia Uiakar Ibeir npprarta m-a diviii tie childn-n tbeae l-iatera are. nut diaronvl. tut know exactly tba rein- z dit-a to apply, f Wna m imnrtlllaw1!! to taxa rare of nd to r.rUK-t frexa climate acid diwa s ! Q J praiieiit...

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. — 25 February 1904

ST- LOUIS 1904 World Fair Nows FROM HEADQUARTERS THE)-- OT. LOUI3 1904 St Louis GLOBE-DEI10CRAT Is the one great newspaper which ought to find a place in every home doting the coming year. It has no equal or rival in all the W st and v.i.1 he indispensable to all who dc.ire to keep fully !n lotmed as to the World's Fair and the National Campaign ol 1904 SEMI-WEEKLY, ONE DOLLAR A YEAR, TUB CiitlAT Itr.Pl , SILICAS PAPKU OP AMICKICA. The WKEKI-Y tSU)PB-IKMHTtAT I 1uel in Seinl-YVeeklv Section, ettflit pnuva or more, each Tuednv and Fridav. It i a b!ir hkmi-wkbkly r.v-i-i:i. pivlns all the nt-wa of nil t he e.irt li. twuik f.v kiiy WKi K.antl a great variety of interestlnsand In Ktnu tive rendinii matter for every member of the family. Almost Fiiiii! to n dally at the price of a weekly, DMA 0E DOI..KAU A 1 t.Mt Vernon County Court llu l'ropoHltlon. The county court this week ex amined the petition with some 300 signers presented to that body by citizens of the county asking lor a speci...

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. — 3 March 1904

I MICH njTTTTr n iiiL'iiJLdJLi VOLVJUIi in UICI1 IlirX, MIMKOUUI. THURSDAY, IMAKC.I 3. I04, V. tl ' 1 VI Attention farmers. Why remain lu the North and ntny iudoora six month in tli year coat-uniing what you rnisc during the other fix luoiitlm? o South where you can work out. doors every month in the J par. and where you nre producing something the year round. If you are a mock raiser you know your ftock re now "eating their head oft"" nml. ttealden. have to lie proteeud from th rljr nm nf winter try expensive !n-!ter. Keoiiomienl mnrk feeding n.xulnn tlie coinhiiint Ion of iiiil fli'tdi-furiiitiig iunl fnt fikruiiiix food in eertaiu pro portion. Alalm inn, and Florida iroluiv In nhuud niire the velvet Umn aud.caw mivft. the tirt a flet.il pro ducer, nml the hitter a fat jmxlueer, ntnl Jhry nrr tbe elienjunt iiii1 tet fattening limtiTluU known to the world Mure money can le made und with Ivfn lalHir. in gen eral farming, fruit nnd lerry crowing ond truck garden ing along our road In...

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. — 3 March 1904

THE TRIBUNE rich hill, MISSOCHI. Tbe Duchess r.f Norfolk Is receiving no congratulations from American heiresses. la the case of an important dispatch thervj is always room at the top for tbe headline. Riitjvr U repotted firm on th Cli J-c-ago produce exchange. Doubtless aonie of it la strong also. Mr. Schwab's visit to Europe will not cost the newspapers nearly no much in cablo lolls this time. I0ten Lyne, the famous jockey, is )lng to become a doctor of medicine. Hasn't he la enough killings! Tsl An, with a war in the neighbor hood act! a new automobile, is cms of the most worried people In the Ori ent. A Louis XV (pronounced Cans) muff box has been purchased for JiO, 000. Now, wouldn't that make you sneeze? A western railroad has ordered ita tnployes to take physical exercise dally. Does this include the baggage smashers? A man 80 years old has Just been admitted to the bar. With fair hick be hopes in time to be able to build tip m good practice. Korea's emperor has hundreds of w...

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. — 3 March 1904

THE UKf m.K I wl rl) erl.a and go Arn a ir..ll rat.ln build thr. of clay aii.l xiiIm mat-, Nino ln rowe iu i have there, a bit fur lit htmy nee. And ll uluiio In Ui bee-loud (lad. . And I (hall ttav ima pear lliwt, fur pa--a romM lrtptlnif tin Urtippiiig from the iiii nf mors lug ii where (lis irUkX einge, Thar midnlghte all a ilrtimr, and noon a purple glow. And evening full of in linnet wing. 1 will arts and go now. for alwsy igbt ai.d day I hr lik water lapping thi low ountla lijr the ahor; White 1 aland on Ine roadway. or en tha pav-mtite rray, X hear H In tha haart' cr William fculkr Teats. THE PRICE OF FAME By VioLA UNDHOLtf This waa Elizabeth Nellsen'a first cpportQSitj to bear a ayruptHior cti' cert. Shu waa an obaerrloK young woman, and !t waa with an eager eye that sbe noticed the effect of the bl(b vaulted ceiling from th center of which was auapended great clrclea of light - whlrb aeemed like goldaa Croats fur that surging mass of bu asan faces ery where- a Unit ber. It ...

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. — 3 March 1904

The Tribune. i.to. r. HtcnrBf, MAKMK R. Ht llir.llv. Kdltnrcttnd labllhri. ne Vi-r ...... St Month...,. ialxerlptlonKat.) l.ea I TW lniSv...... .oti t'.nt4 ..xor.ll.-e lo th. ml CMU,r..il ll 1 1 K l V B U C A N CON ; UKS5 1 ON AL CONVKNTION. The IU-iulllenim of tlio aistlicon- pnKlonnl district of the state of MiHKOtiri, will meet In delegate con vention at the city of Greenfield, on Monday, March 14, Ht 10 o'clock a. K!., for the puirtwe of noniluuting a ltfjnil.ik'nn candidate for cotiKivfs fornahl oixtrkt. Al-o to r-lert two delegates ami two nlterniite to the National RepuMiVnn Convention to lie IhK1 In Chicago, June-'!, Ift04, ami to c!iooe committeemen for the cou RiTHKlonal committee of anld district f.r the enulns term. The bawis of reprewiit-ntlon in said convention will' he one delegate for each :UXi vote, or ninjorfriu-tiou thereof, cost for Vm. McKlulcy for president, in l'.KX). The apportionment from each county of delegate Iti wihl conven tion, ou the Above btifin, fro...

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