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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 11 December 1902

SAY, MR, iUNIi5i MAN' We guarantee you perfect til ct i0 cn all job work done at the Tkihink. f-,r l-itt arty an 1 a!i kin is cf job week ... "f ft a tr.3 3r in, wiu p;j y ou if urn. I IUCH HILL, MIMHOUIll, TIIUKSDAT, DECEMIJJ M volumh 1:1 IUI jL , .. : i i .1 i Vi HERETO LOCATE? laavsaaan tl Louisville Hasiiville Railroad. The Great Central Southern Trunk Line, -IN Kentucky, Tfnnfsstf, Alabama, Mississippi, florlda, WHEUE Farmer. Fruit Orowft Mtwck Itan-era, MannTacturera, louolvm, Nprculatnrs. net Money Lenders will find tho prriitrft chnnoew lu the I'nlted Ktaten to tnnk "IiIk money" ly muMia of the abundance and clM-apnewi of ln ul raraaa. Timber aaa Slaaa, Ira mm Col, lator- fc.rlhl;. Fnv ltes, finatulfil bskMhiic. mid frwdoiii from tnsntion fr the nmou fneturvr. Land nud furnm nt tl.Ort rr ncre mi. I upward, and UK) cn- In Wet Florida that enn lie taken KTM la under the l S. Hununtead Inw. Htock mUinir In the 1 n If (Vmut Dlntrlot will runkc ciiortuouii profits. Half far tinnl...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 11 December 1902

The Tribune. K'f.Hf r.A A. I MAltl. rHiiirni1 l'hihra. vbrrl!ttortntt ". l.c I Si Mantka . . I . ' .'.0 Knlarcd f.cn)iii to (lit act ot CogreIn lh fnM otf.tt tl Klrh KIM, dm mail all?. if VVW.tl tr l y AUK! MS II I' . I a i r, JfMt I . l. , . - - J J I , I ML I i U .1 . ' -. 'At-' The cotton crop of Mississippi is estimated to be 1.500,000 bale. this year. The Czar of Russia and the King of England should advertise, "Boy Wanted." . There will be some reciprocity with Cuba after all by way of treaty with the island Republic. There are said to be five million Jews in China. Now for a new theory as to the loss of the ten tribes. ' Americanism in the French cham ber of,Deputics ran riot last week- There were several knock downs and drag oats. The school fund of Indiana will be increased by over a million dol lars by reason of a recent decision of the supieme court that the Van dalia railroad must pay that much into it alleged to be due since 1S47 An Indiana man has been granted a divorc...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 11 December 1902

mm HERE a t in i-no most tremendous rimonu Ever thing front n Doll to tho finest Album z and Gift C4. C; G O Fine Perfume put up in the late p:u Burr Pad:: t 3tyle :'ages. 'j Wood res and Delicc. Floral Designs, at prices you usually pay for tho Perfume in pi 1 am bottles. 1-2 o: 25c. 1ZQ, 1 oz. 2 oz. 50c. 81.00. '. rs t STORE HOLIDAY' '" f!?) D. D.lH:;iiEY. Prop nichiiiU, - Mo. P. S.-Wo occupy tho on tiro Op jiw Houso . H 1 Il .. LOCAL HI HITS ! We M il fall stixk ! r.i'. ! t t Si.oo. Deaslf)'. Tint Tkim'vk will ji'ii satisfaction on job printo!".. (Jet your Job l'ii!'' :; d Tiik Tiiiki:nk oIIk-c. Snlrrub J values in b - fd ts and sbo-i at Leasl. ) 'a. Mt. L. C. Johns.. n .-. i;t --uii day with her husband in Ailn.ni. Our $1.75 and $1.00 1 :t the bcttin the county. L' .nVii Thos. Akbuiy has h i v it .r-l 1 ti e J. II. Robots propnty isi K!m street. Fig line of boys' suit a id over coats at iieasley'i. Mr. II. G. Cook o! -Uif.k-r, spent the catty part of ti.e vtd with relative in ti...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 11 December 1902

' 3 (7. n Our tig before Christmas talc was a decided success the first week and will be more so yet (hit week. Only little more than two weekt yet to buy Xmat goods, so hurry. Then, why pay full price (or china, lamps or glassware rhen you can buy here at 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT Everything marked id plain and tee for yourself. .4 1 3l LlcIIIDDEIl GROCER GO. RICH HILL. MO. TELEPHONE NO. 42 ti nniiEs no differeiice to the 'Dig Shed Elith the Red Front' Whether you buy lumber for ft big house, t big barn or lor a little house, a. little barn, a chicken shed or a pig pen; we take just as much interest and patience in showing you the material for one as lor the other. You are bound to be satisfied in cither case. Our goods and prices count and you are sure to be pleased. Elilllamson Montgomery Maple Street, Between 6th and 7th. ' - See us about that Job Printing. "We can print it, and print it right. OUR. (great Info ffefo Ohich VJill Expire Jan. 1, 1903. One Whole Year's Reading for the E...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 18 December 1902

6 V i V.X HAVr. TIIC FACILIIILS J f ,t & X ? J 1 a'.! kinis o( )'ih work in i ttitcset thai will please y ou. Try u. ( SW, IK, JifSlNKhS MAN ",Ve imUe yon peifirt Mit i-Ifirii'iii on !1 jih work il'jne nt the Tjuiusk. KICH HILL, MIrMOUUI, TflUUSDAY, lifXXttttLH ! sVXTC. So. 13. j HIE f WHERETO LOCATE? A FOUNTAIN PEN Tor School Boys and WHt, it tni rfTor vMn r T mi Louisville Railroad. The Greet Central Southern Trcnk Line, -IN Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, WllKUK Farnifn, Fruit O rower., Mock ltaln r, Manufacturers, IucMr, Speculator. and Money Lend em will Ciifl the rrmitet-t chance In tin' I'tlltod Slntiw tn llinlo "Ms tllolley" liy reason i.I tlii abundance find chenpiiofM nf Laatf anil t'artn., Tjuibar aati Slot,., Iron nod Coal, I .lxi r Kverrlhlng. Free fill, financial losMiftniioo, nnd freedom from taxation for tin' liinnu faoturvr. IjiihIii niul f.irtiirt lit fl.no -r nero and upward, and ."inn.iMi nerin in YVeat Florida ihiit 'nn betaken i;ritt I u...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 18 December 1902

The Tribuni: I. . -, tM (HI BY, inmk r. hi ckfm, C chrlpllr ! I 0ncY..r ........ . Sl.f I Thr. Mih ,00 Kifiila Cnp .OS pit !r at Rick Hi;!, xwixl vJ mm. v-o - ""'1 TO THE PUBLIC. Having purchased the interest of Perera A. Pritchard in The Tri bune, the firm of Iluckeby & Pritchard has been dissolved. With thia issue we assume entire control of the policy and purposes of the paper. For her long and faithful work in the mechanical part of the office, we associate Nannie R. Huckeby with us in the business management of the paper, and any favors shown her, or contracts made by or with her, will receive our entire and unqualified endorsement. We expect to continue to make the best paper our patronage will justify and shall improve it as time goes on. - As in the past ,so in the future, we do not expect anyone to call in question our loyalty to our country, our party or our friends. We tought for the one, we believe in the other and we live for our friend. So come in with your subscri...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 18 December 1902

: eisp.isras ! is 'COKIIHG! jl Every sin tolls of the gladest time of the year, when old and young unite in the most joyous Christmas time. Be Glad by seeing our tremendous holiday display. Two big rooms full of Christmas Gifts. The Fine New Style Stag Horn Sets, from SI to $5.50. The most Tremendous Line of Photo Albums and nice new style Photo Boxes from 48c to $8. Books in rrany Elegant Gift Varieties at Bargain Prices. See our Christmas Line and learn We Underbuy And Undersell For Cash. GASH DRUGSTORE D.B. 111CKCY. Prop nichlllll, - Wo. Tho Entire Opora Houso Block. PERU t j a a It I I I I ' Mi 1 ------ - - Cc......lll.(llll it (iti. I Head Tub Tbiiinf. Goto Mr. Ames for your O ristj mat good. Rev. Wesley LtMin is lepo'ted to be quite danp erously ill. . j At the liazinr you can find j suitable Xinat piesent for any one. TliK TlilM'N&'s telephone i No, 31. Send us .the local news bj telephone. J. T. Rtavley, of Nevada, wa. attending to business in tl i city Monday. Ka Thomps...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 18 December 1902

-rrrrj ponTucuESC crown in Li i; k IK 1$ M4 il7 7. to 7. A. f 1 ' H it it I , ' M Sale IS STILL on.. We re cleaning out our Glassware, China and Lamps si 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT From our already low cash prices. Come in and see what we have, if you don't buy, no hat m done. See our immense Candy stock before buying your Xmas Candies. Our prices on these goods are lowest, ncIIIDBEn GROCER GO. RICH MILL, MO. TELEPHONE NO. 42. PAWN 1' Tha Artist Who Want to Sketch Md an Amusing Diacjvary. Tha dlf Irtiltlca pi-rtn'-'l ly tb Intrcr.M artlut who ms-to the k-t"le-from Mr,h tho te.Br.i'rwm renroilno Hon of tha crn it the rnlerr. uf thr ri mi a;ilbtt,n ,t ha atom n1 Stawart Co., Howard ami .tracts, wara ma.m, wera many, are' Mia aoma. of than wcro esrltlnf others wara amuBlnn. c Aftar asntchinir tha crown of tin oar. darlna; all of which lima ho wi irroim.t4 ty a uar! of Cossacks with niad havonca ami loaded win licit, lha artist wont to !'. Port il eal, whara ha Qiilta raartlly ohtslud prmlslo...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 25 December 1902

4 ( ( ( f BUN SAV, MR. BUSINESS MAN' We uiiifihtce )ju piifttit nliilctijii WE HAVE THE FACILI I lJ-.s f-jf i!;'.-'S t-y t'.l kin-l cl Ai wk j ia fBtanti thC wi'.I pte y o. Try is. u n !1 job wotk done lit the Tkiiunh. voi.um; ia ICII HILL, MMMOCUI. Til LIISI'A Y, DIXFMUKIt 25, .WO. '. in 1ME -"n.. v i ...... M'i'." X merrily Tr. cr.oren pri il hou!ii 5retr rnte rrorlftiir.tr , far and near, 1 h I. i ;! .! ol our K.i g. AKftR '.. -i, the Pnn of tt-n, Vh.. e.-niir g cv n to esrth nf'i! up.w mm the t'.cncl iru Of his ln.n5triaj lurili, The ,rrnt hesvr In beauty ebon A, t'hrttt, th child, appear; An1. shepherd, yaii K uii the scene. liei-eld, 9dereiai. teareit. lTiehfet arrvirs: the , terry orb. The tr ef Iut hr.-m Fl "t f'.rih ttv fairest, purest rare, A if to beU'X tiirni To tarry rot. but k it rpot Where In th rct:rr lay Tr tinrrt iy bit). th oca foretold. To be a K.i.g alaay. Ave. vri"r. of a wnrl reieetned, of mm from s&ii mad free. Xuph b'trr-He. low!y , a babe, Vl ali.i a i'...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 25 December 1902

Tin: Tribune. abrlpTtoiiKAtt n Vpr ... HI .fl I T'hfc MotH .') Monhfc.,fc .-..60 I fctfij 1 I jm ........ .tJ ntted unwihf tn fh sc of Ccnrrta lh pof tTtHi fcKHtll, second J4 Kill mutter. ':. m That the pen is still mightier than the sword is shown in the fact that more steel is used in the manufac ture cf pens than in all the sword and gun factories in the world. . It is proposed to admit Arizona, New Mexico and Oklahoma to statehood in an omnibus bill. It lias been inferred that each of them would want at least a band wagon or a tallyho. Italv has a surplus this year of $6,500,000, instead of a deficiency, as for several years past. Her present Kin seems to He all bis friends predicted for him when he came to the throne. Mayor Heed of Kansas City, says he is for municipal ownership "first, last and always, forever. Private companies may be able to manufac ture light cheaper than a munici pality, but they don't sell it cheaper." Upon investigation Lady Henry Somerset has come to th...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 25 December 1902

COiiSE M AF1D AED LET US SHOW YOU ! Regardless of our tremendous Holiday Trade we still have a lot ot ODDS J1I1D EIIDS J LOCAL 15 It 1 MS. J l'm.l Tiik Thii i ni . The Farmer' lJimie K',iautanl is hi ndijimiters (or crindy. nut and fruit. Tim Thihcnk's telephone it No. 31. Send ut tlie local news by ! telephone. Mrs. Joe Cowan and children are up from Conlgatr, Ind. Ty., to spend the holiday. Mrs. C. G. Harnett went to Kan sas City Sunday on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Thad Burch. Mis I'eresr I'riichard is spend ing the holidays wish relatives and and friends at I'aola, Kans. Cecil Ames is at home from Ra ker University at Baldwin, Kans., to spend the Christmas vacation. Mr. L. P. Wade and family will remove to Nevada the First ci Janu ary. Good people wherever tl.ey Go to the Farmer' Home Res taurant w hen in the city, and you will find it O. K. for lunch, or meal:, Kev. Wesley Lattin is .somewhat improved Irom his last severe at tack and his many friends hope for the better now....

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 25 December 1902

- - : t i J- Y'. Wish You All A Merry Xmas m m V . AND A . . . IS I IG ('' A ppy New Year t L ' i. l' : ' far.-, tr? -r? t KICU GROGER GO. HILL. MO. TELEPHONE NO. 42. ft 1 Ifuith the Red Front' IT f JiAKES 110 BIFFEREKGE TO THE H?r? s po i her j c-.i buy luir.bi r for a big house, a big barn or (or a little iioute, a little Lam, a chicken shed or a pig pen; we take just as much ir.tLfeM and patience in showing ,ou the material for one as for the other. Yen are bound to be satisfied in either case. Our floods and prices count and you are sure to be pleased. OiHiamson Montgomery :,;apie rnti, iiw.en oin ana ;ui. I f:: H MM at W m '..I is b a &Ma EAFI.ESSj ASTHMA, (75 j'T 3 ;r j?amr 7 0 A Daisy Target Gun for the Boy Til l LAD who desires some fun CAN GET A TARGET GUN FROM THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL AS A PRl'.S ENT. The name of this gun is 'THE DAISY," and it is well named. This tun is thirty inches in length fron the end of the barrel to th; end of the stock. The barrel and breach ar...

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