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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 24 March 1904

or Mil LL IDllLiU) MJ XJ iifo A volumi: 1,1 KICII HILL, MIMSOCUI. TI1UIX8DAY, MARCH 24, I1X. S. 29 PTHTO TTTlPTi TTXTTTT3 THE Attention farmers. Why remuiii In the North mid May In doom six months in tin' year conHumiiiif what you raise iluriiiff the other t-X months'.' ' South where yon can work out door every month in the year, a ml where you n rv producing foinetlitnjr the j car rmiml. If you are a stock mixer you know your stock are now "eatliii? tlielr hend off" ninl. Isoldes, have to lie protect d from t!ie rtjt M of wtnt'T by extensive t heller. l-conoinleal stock leedinjr nipim-a tin- combination of in. tii Ii.- li-fi ruling and fat (orinlnc (im.hJ in certain pro portion. Alalia ma and rjirllii produce iu nhuud iiurti the velvet twan niid.caji-s.-iva. the tirt a ttcsli pro ilu.vr, ami the latter lat producer, ntnl they rv the 1IVIIM-Hl (III" I lx'-t fattening materials known to the world Mure money can lJ inu.de ntnl with less lalor, in peti eral fannini:, fruit ami Is-rry c...

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. — 24 March 1904

I THE TRIBUNE RICU HILL, ."n e rainy anything nmr (! llrlously I'icliiK HQiie tlifiu " thuotlc anarchist"? There being no other humly Method of attracting attention, Peru has had an earthquake. The senate ha lifted Ch:laln Hale' pay 10 a year, but how manj senators has he converted? Korea may change Its name from "the land of the morning calm" to "the land of all-day trouble." What If all American women are plpcon-toed? Jt doesn't seem to Inter fere with their getting married. Of course, the trouble was that J!me. Paul had already Raid good -by and the American people took her at her word. The correspondent who telegraphs from the far East that Gen. Ma Is the father of the Chinese army must be an Irishman. If XI me. Sarah Bernhardt tella what she knows her 'Memoirs' ought to be even more Interesting than those of Herbert Spencer. Almost any city can be made beau tiful, but the first step seems to be to start something like they bad re cently at Ualtimore. The New York dressmakers ha...

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. — 24 March 1904

,VK WK.STKUS I. A SO. if if Ort Xtm Xnnl, vlvH n:tMjT !M weni t wt orn fin. lit rM, J ifB i r t lv t it tr u tir .tV, Ara wmihi"! i-r trn I'.. It..' lt1 'I h kntf m)hi or thy whh.i-u ttrtll (Uv m ' n t t hi rmm-s-t rmih; In " of lArkn hiu itM-i iittfl, Nun, firt lit liiciit, my Uiiiu l n S. In h, th nllvn n-1 lh vln l'nll with hfrnhM-k nl nfih lr.. In i'iirt wbH tri .. hr-r n r tr-io;il th ftftiifM N'lritinn now. Arnuiw. Ui u trt-lt nf nila l(Moi- in ti iiiiii tiot !); And .) Hint N.nlur roull ci.imin( ttta heaiMHl on ih. my Weirn Great Watrn Land, vhoM tourh maki A-lvanr- fo fw-rtV-! 1llrtf. Till nietit ah. I mka thy ot i wUtt, ArA err wro? r rruvhed from at tit, '-foM th day, thy Uruf. la hr; Thy f.pi ffi-At. with rtaiicM la f"ir (I'M hoiil the In Ma trm, r.srhl band, VI t i'i.-H.v Weiicrn Iand. i'arohii liacard la Horn M.ft-iua Maf-aaiii-. ijwif A SERIOUS CASE r t. rtturoETHiR. Tbrei guest from the city were whlllng away lumnKr'i heated time , at the Wilmoth homestead. They were ...

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. — 24 March 1904

I The Tribune. or.o. p. BfiKruT, kaxsii n. rtM. .i1IorB PsblUhvr. lVfff ....... Si Mmillt. I 1 it Mwrt I 8lnU V ir .BO .,3 fw .:rn!lrr lo t. o Onset" I iht r,.l.,rt.lltl.llMtll. rmV0 "" Kcpubllean Contention Date. Su'.e convention, t-t. Joseph, Jul. Judicial convention Jefferson .City. Ai.r. 15. Ieniocratlc Convention Dates. Democratic national convention, St. Louis. July, 6. Democratic state judicial conven tion St. Joe June 21. Democratic delegate convention, Jcphn, June 29. Democratic state convention, Jef ferson City, July 19. Democratic Judicial convention, to nominate Circuit Judge, Clinton, April it. i Barton county presented the only contested delegation in the state, at the Republican convention Tues day. OKI Politician in last Sunday' Globe Democrat, dub Gov. Dock cry the sitting bull of Democratic states politics. Dewey Stock for the Democratic nomination for President, has gone up several points since he declined to dine with a darky down at San Domingo. The State Republ...

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. — 24 March 1904

ASTER ELTIES, Many dainty Easter novel ties are now on display in our windows. Cards & Book lets, Chicks & Dyes, Perfumes & Eggs, all nice little gifts for Easter morn. OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE. D.B.iHCkiY, Proprietor Opera Moose Bldg. R!cb Kill, Ms. t'ocle Tom O'Ncil'i wife i very sick with not much prospect of an early recovery. F. I". KtlloR? spent Sunday in this city and attended Sunday, school tike a good boy. The financial statement given out by the Walnut street M. E. church last Sunday makes a good showing. Fur Sal a. Strawberry plant. 14 ditiesenl varieties to aclect ttom. All standard and have been tested. Scott'a Lit'.ie Fruit Farm, aoutheaat cuTnrr j Kitti lti!l, in) The State Superintendent spent several da recently in Jackson and Saline countiea inspecting ru ral schools. The fruit of county supervision were very evident. Let 11 have supervision in every county and thus economize achool expendilutcs by netting fifty ter crnt better results. MORPHINE. Wha...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 24 March 1904

An Exposition of Modern Wonders The World's Fair of 1904 Is tho Greatest Educational Factor as Well as tho Most Stupendous Entertainment that Was Ever Or-la.nizcd-No Words Can Describe Its Magnificence or Magnitudo Mr. K. K. Stevens. !ltirnf tho Min neapolis t'nlon, rlnlteit the World's Fair st St. I-ouls a few dsys ski, sntl the following letter In the Union des cribes tn part what bis Impressions were: To Readers of "The Union": t have been through the World's fair grounds again today for the third time since com Inn to St Ixiuls last week, and every day the wonder within me prows. I had Imagined from the descriptions that the management intended to eclipse anything ever before attempted, but I had no idea of the tremendous sUe, the magnificent designs, the splendid settings, snd the artistic beauty of the buildings. I was somewhat pre pared to sco something cf the ordi nary, but tny mind had by no means grasped the splendors which will be open to the Tlsitors to the World's Fair ...

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. — 24 March 1904

1 In 1 W Ml L. 713 FromPimples to Scrofula rom Infancy to Age To those who have suf fered long and hopelessly from Humors of the Blood, Skin, and Scalp, and who have lost faith in doctors, medicines, and all things human, CUTI CURA Soap, Ointment, and Pills appeal with a force hardlvto be realized. Every hope, every expec tation awakened by them has been more than ful filled. More greet cures of Simple, Scrofulous, and Hereditary Humors are daily made by them than by all other Blood and Skin Remedies combined, a single set, costing but one dollar, being often sufficient to cure the most distressing cases w hen all else falls. .-a-4 V 4 4 HfWMI I '-a,. f". a fcfcr pM ol "KATY'S" N 12 W LINE K'nin tauMs i i Uv ' Ki y ' t M--r and ?r-m ri I-u.. Ju-k ra (sf tB.n,hm. I wtilt trmtrwsl U o ilft tk-.1 w-t.t ! lh t .r-l. IS fe- 1? prtMr- ItMaMj- aspitirr iMt imesMriiii Cwl a twtlt4 lbtaf.utn. rii CCONOK MORTON. K( BMs. St. lOUIt. SML oooooooooooooooooooooocooo o m UMOMlMPOBIUUi llORSf (0 Lin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 24 March 1904

LOUIS 1904 World Fair N0W3 FROM HEADQUARTERS ST. LOUIS 1904 Si. Louis GUM-DEMOCRAT la the one great newspaper which ought to find a place in every how: during the coming year. It has no equal or rival in all lha West anJ wiil be indispensable to all who desire to keep fully in formed as to the World's Fair and the National Campaign o( 1904 SLMI-MEKLY, ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. Till: CillKAT kkpubmcan' P APE It OF AMERICA, The WKK.KLY IAtiK-PKM(CRAT Is Issued In Neml-Weekly Sections, rlirht pnijv or mnre, each Tuesday nnd Friday. It is a his: semi-w kkki.y ia rm, giving- nil the hows of nil the earth, twibr EV :itv wKKK.und a great vnriety of Interestinnnnd In structive rending mutter for every meiulier of the faniilv. Almost eminl to n daily nt the price of a weekly, ONLY O.Nh lOLLAIi A YEA It. THE DAILY GLOBE-DEMOCRAT. PRICE BY MAIL. POSTAGE PREPAID: Pally, imludlni? Sunday One rear. ?'.0il; C months, f 3.00; 5 months, $1.50. Paily w ithout Sunday One year, M 00; C months, f 2.00; 3 month...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 31 March 1904

mi. im mt I w Tui Jl iiilio ! ! S1LJ volume in RICH HILL, MISSOUI1I. THEI.XDAY, St AftCII 31. t W 4 MICH Attention farmers. Why remain In tlte North and ttay Indoors ali month iii I !io ycfi p ennouiulnx what .vim ri!e (hiring the other six months? i( Sotitli where you can ivnik (Hit ili evi ry month !u tlni veir, ami here jou are prt i-iiitr fomethlnjy the year rntind. If you are a Mock rnl-r you know your Mock nrv now "eating their lli il'lrt tifi" Hllll, lwi(H, lifivr to Ik- protect d from the rlir or of winter by extiemdve fellill.T. lnoini(;il Mock f'Viliuy: rc!iir th combination both tl-li-firiiiiiiyr and fat forming f oi!i In certain pro port Urn. Al.ihnnin 11 n 1 Florida prln-e In uhuml iimv the velvet liean iiihI ra mun, tlie l)rt a fhtdi pro Oncer, and t?i hitter H fat producer, 'inl they are the ( hen pet. t mid l.et fiUteninil r.KSteri iN kiio n totlieworid More iinuevy rim u niado and illi lr lal. r. In cen cr.il f.irm.ii.;. Iruit ruid terry tTuwiiiir mid truck c.irden ...

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. — 31 March 1904

THE TRIBUNE V (U. A PuMlsbor. ASMS K. IiLcliH-Itt" 1 men hill, KldflOUHL Every do; ha his Ony, but be otuM to rut hi nifc't.t cut. People ncod Admiral Togo's fully itt emotional tlon tnble. official report Is as the multlpllca- Colombia hits reduced It army from H.ono to 5,"0. Probably the privates were all discharged. The president of I'nmiay died a oat ural death th other day, probably much to h'.a surprise. Now is the tlx.o for spring poets to send in their achievements tc other papers than this. Andrew Carnegie may also have hftdj grave doubts as to whether the Ameri can drama is worth endowing. Radium is now quoted t ei2.GO0.OG0 per pound, with few bidder. Th sale reported are all of small lota. Man needs but little here below. A fcalf pound of radium, for instance, ought to make almost any one bappy. Shamrock I. is In process of demoli tion to ba mild as old Junk. For It U jolly food Junk, which nobody caa deny. The Red Cross aoclety is probably the only Important organization...

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. — 31 March 1904

0 HAD THE WIGHT JOHN WAUTCN. -tf , ' it C V -"v 1 iv? j . . j k Cenfirmstion or. Grdut1ea Drsss. Ur-sw for Ui rite of ronflrmalloo and-.for .the -clewing functions of the l-CHii . ar to tm slmi-l at the san't'j.Maifl.Uist tlrar smart and are preferably made of some transpar ent materia). Thf op fncludee the drop yoke aoi broad ehoutders of the season with the shlrrlngs that are exee.l!osly. fh!or.atiie and .Is made of white .orgagdy wit ruche of th am and. Va'nncle.nne lace. When liked th neck can b left low and the eieevre In elbow length making the frock available for a variety of occasions. : Tb niclitfcg on waist and aleeves ar pc!al!y worthy of cote and-give th suggeetlon cf a bolero which fcr'bathrtmconilng and In th height of style. Tbe costume consists of the waist and the skirt. The waist Is made over fitted foundation on which Its vari ous parts are arranged, the jroVe. that is cut In one piece, and the aitx-ve r mvmm ami mi W MiW ft I I Ml 44Tt CoBSrui ia or Or1 utM &...

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. — 31 March 1904

The Tribune. ,1 O P, BHRrM, NANMK M. HICRMT. fMlliiimrnl I'nhlUhor. OrfVcai 1. .) M -n'l V-lrrrd tuw'tol 1" ! C lW I ,1 r ill B.. Il.it. b-ianj lt Mil! WJ'W KciKiMlcnn Convention Date. St.ite convention, Joseph, Jul. t Judicial convention Jeiierson C.t). An-. 15. Democratic Convention Date. Democratic national convention, St. Louis, July, 6. Democratic slate judicial conven tion St. Joe June 21, Democratic delegate coinenlioii, Joplin, June 29. ' ' Democratic Mate convention, Jef ferson City, Julv 19. - . i Dc:r.ecrattc Judicial convention, 10 nominate Circuit Judf;e, Clinton, April 11, - Editor Logan oi the Metx Times is for Jos. W. Folk for governor, ami he don't seem to care who knows it. Hon. Richard Barthold of the 10th Missouri district and the only r epublican Representative from Missouri in congress, has been again nominated to succeed him self. The trial of Frank Farris, the Mate senator charged with Legisla tive boodlinji has been put off until September on account of tbes...

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. — 31 March 1904

V-7 T-T 2 I , J J Is the time to "clean up." Do you need any Wall Paper Paint or Ala bastine. We carry a large stock of up-to-date goods at Right Prices. . OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE. I LOCAIiMUKFS. g Lamb! Lamb! Lamb! D. S. IIICKIV, Proprietor Opera House Bitfg. Rich Hill, Mo. You can rm your new Easter hat and gown t the Bazaar. Mr. N. Fugleman, of Reavley, entoles her name with the host ot Tuidcns it-aders, Adiian has installed her electric light plant ni is at proud o( it at a boy with hit tint pair o( red top boots. During the ttotrn last Thursday afternoon the lightning "snipped" Out Our telephone connection with a number of others in tbe city. For Sai i Strawberry plantt. 14 dirierent varieties to select Irora. All standard ami have beea letted. Scott's Little Fruit Farm, southeast corner td Rich Hill, im For the fust time, course of music will le given at the Universi ty of Missouri. Wilhur F. Starr, Head of the Voice Dtpartment ol Nebtaika Weslejan Univclstty, Will have cl...

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. — 31 March 1904

.P!N!ON OF THE fcCHTOR OP THB ! "NEBRASKA FARMEfl." 'H Express HI Approval of Amii lean Emigration to Canada. During tbn winter month th head of the family consults wlla the ctbor ;rneniber a to the prospect for the 'future, and doubtless one of the most lnies-estlrig toxica discussed U thai of iinovlng to acme dlstrh t whor It U (possible to more easily aeciir what la ocesiiry for a comfortable exist ence, where It U an easy matter to jbecotn possessed of kurflclent farm land to eaure a competence for the future. Tbia, cot only Interest the ihead of the family, but eiety Indi vidual nietubrr of It. i Having before me the knowledge where ha can secure a home with the expenditure of but little money. It la ,wa!l for Mm to obtain all Informa tion poaalble regarding the products ilvenesa of the land In tba country that ha may select For several years pist a largo number of Americana ibave removed to Western Canada, and aa nearly aa it can ba ascer tained almost all of these hare ex pre...

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. — 31 March 1904

f :f A Miss Agnes . Miller, to ' young women about dangers of the Menstrual Period how to avoid pain and suffering and remove the cause by using Lydh E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "To Yooso Woiii I suffered f-r mix years ith dysmenor rhea (painful periods), ao much ao that I drea2.xl evry month, aa I knew It nAnt Uiiv or f-ur days o( intense pain. The doctor naid thU was d;w to an inflamed condition of Ui uterina ajpendagea caused by repeated and neglect'! ool.l, "If younr Rirla only realized how dangerous it is to tK cold at this critical tune, much suffering -would e spared them. Thank God f r Lydla I Ilnkham'a Vegetable Com mund, that was the only rnwlk'ina w.hih helrwd me any. Within three weeks after I utarted to take it, I iiotioed a marked improvement in mypneral health, and at the tknfl of tny next monthly period tha pain had diminished conkler ab!y. I kept up the treatment, and was cured a month later. I am like another person ;. I am in jerfect health, my eyes are brirt...

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. — 31 March 1904

LOUIS 1904 World Fair News FKOM HEADQUARTERS ST. LOUIS 1904 tiii: St, Louis GLOOl-Dl 110CRAT Is the one prcat newspaper which ought lo find place in every hour during the coming vear. It lias no eual or rival in all the W'nt and will he indispensable, to all who desire to keep fully in formed, as to the World's Fair and the National Campaign o! 1904 SEMI-UKKLY, ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. The WLKKLY t;i-OI!IMK.M'..CK.T Is issued In Semi-Weekly Sections, eiht pnsm or more, each Tuesday and Friday. It ix n big wkmi-wkrki.v fa l t It, pi vlttj nil the iiewa of ;t!l t he earth. twuiR r. KY w ri'K.iuiil n grent variety of Intetwttngniid in structive rending matter fur every memls'r of the fnmiir. Almost equal to n dnilv at tho price of a weekly, ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAH. THE DAILY GLOBE-DEMOCRAT. THK tJ It HAT i:kii hlican I'Ali:UOF PRICE BY MAIL. POSTAGE PREPAID: Daily, Including Sunday Oi.c year, $8.00; 6 montlm. f.l.OO; 3 months, $1..V. Daily without Sundny One year. 4 (:; fi months, f .'.00; 3 ...

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. — 7 April 1904

i nrvrn JiliiULiLd AiTcdULi) i X 1 ' m in is it ! 'd j tn UICII HILL, MlMHOUItl. THCUSOAV, AFKIL 7, ItM4. 9. 31 I v Attention Farmers. S'liy remain in tlie North iismI m i v hull. ins six inontlia in tlie tear toiiMimint; what you ruin' dttrhi;; tle other wlx inontliH? io South whore you can work tuit iloor every month in tin- j wir, ;iti(l where you art,- pro lining Hotfthiii;r the year round. If you are a Mfx-k raiMT you know your look an now ,entinx their In-jHs iff mid. liewitleK, have to Ik- proti-eUJ from the rig or of v iutiT lr expensive el..'"., r. I A-HIIOI'lilJll htlxU f1Ml ill rv.jtiir.-i t tit.' combination of tot:i flt'fh-formiiitf mi'l fat formltn; food in evrtaln pro portion. AlaliiiiuA unit Flori.t.'i proiliuf in ul'iiuJ nuv tli" el vet lienii nml.cn miva. tlio flrt h IWh pro duct r, ami the latter n fat prodm-cr. nn.l they (ire the rhi' a jH-t ami liest futtculnir materia In known to Hie world More money ran be made itml ith littM Iulmr, in pen era! farming, fruit ...

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. — 7 April 1904

THE TRIBUNE Rial m Li-, "The horrors of war are nnspeak able." So are the name of lUa gen mis. In the r)ov motion of Russia there is alskya something terribly augges live of a glwcler. A Boston paper ha a half column artic le on Huldah 11. Todd. Let' aae; who U Huldah Todd? !t Is said tho people of the United States "eat I15o.ooi,ftj worth ci canity In a year." Fudge! The Anaconda .Standard note tbe advent In its town of the first "robin." Graft? or only poivhcllniben? Thought Is the most wonderful thing in the world. No man .ever kick ed a bulldog arter stopping to think twice. It Tit ail up with the Bashoatchad rsl and the Steretpisehtcbl when they went down entangled wltb their nom enclature. Turkey la buying 1.000,000 Mauser, perhara under the impression that Ita Macedonian subject are not enjoying life aa they should. The Atlanta Constitution aaka. "Should a lawyer enter politica?" Well, aa a practical question, it'a large ly a question of practice. Those physicians wbo Insist ...

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. — 7 April 1904

ft Y w LATEST MISSOURI NEWS I Ac VETE! TROCBl.e.5 'lNiyP.ACE JttCli'T COW- BLAIft'S ACCUSE l Warrant I Omt fvr H Aet K a led G'vs O-"1 1 Cta'Be f Frsud. I y" r ' -.. A Word for th Mighty, la there no hflp to res'-h l'l la Hi l (ii-rt liedT Tim micM lo t I'flT ' . ' 1 t ! ' ' Art klnir by Werflth J bfilil ' To nlectel ni Th kH-!o- oner of trth Mi'' H Ukrn by Ihe twiid? . . A In common clsy flud breathed the hresth tit five No trf rm in ir Ix-ttcr wsg To sny kuul t.ist IU. Wo has th rirht to s Tli rich n1 rrest imint b LM-urri1 en.i no way cleared t ft t-m free W1IXIAM J. I-AMPTOM. "Old Ah" at Corinth. Here la another tory ot the fmoo eagle that went through the cirll war with the Wiconsln troops: "Old Abe" marcbed with Grant and Sherman in the "ever victorious ar my." and never ouce wa Injured or cptured. Ilia rtyle and fata power were abown grandly at the attack on Corinth. We quote the dercrtptlon of Mr. Barrett: "During a lull In the tattle, as the enemy waa preparlnff agala to Br...

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. — 7 April 1904

The Tribune. to. r. ntinKBr, NAK.NI1C U. Ml CKKHT. Ef!ltornil rabtUbara. ltuUrrlpttolii.tsi Tine M owl. ,.....,....' , .to C .i p'ihc it Uit.k Hill, its r.xs'I J- t Ii lit?t Kepiihlicau Contention Date. .Stale convention, ist. Joseph, Jul. Judicial convention City, Aug. 15. Jcfierson Democratic Conveutlon Dates. Democratic notional convention, St. Louis, July, 6. Democratic state judicial conven tion St. Joe June j 1. D emocratic delegate convention, Joplm, June 29. IVmociatic sUle convention, Jef ftron CTity , July 19. Democratic Judicial convention, to nominate Circuit Judge, Clinton, J April 11. Every laboring man who votes the republican ticket votes for his own interests. Did Mayor Reed have to come to Rich Hill, on a labor day celebra tion, in order to get a crowd? There have been two eiRhl-hour labor day celebrations in Rich Hill and both cf them the tail end of a political scheme. Attorney-general Crow, trus to his character for shrewdness, has concluded to keep from under t...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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