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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 28 April 1904

TIT 'JLUtUJi VOLUME 15 RICH HILL, MISSOUUI, TIIURBDAY, Ai'IUL. if. ISK4. X. 31 Isiysf" TR1MM2HL Attention farmers. Why rriunln In tho North and Mnr Indoor als month In the roar eonnutu!njr what , you ralae during the othiT till lIHtUttlH? tJo South where you can work out doom every month lit the year, and where you are producing Roiiwthlnjj th year round. II you are a tock miner you know your atm-k nrf now "eatlnjj their headn off" and, tieldi, have to le protortr d from the rig ors of wlnu-r ly cxpcmrive li'IU'r. Kcoiimnlcnl Htock tWdlnrr rvMiiln-a the combination of lioiii DckIi forming anil fat' forming fooda in rertalo pro nortiotiH. Alabama and Florida. produce In abund ance the velvet lean and caa Kftvn, the firxt n fleali pro ducer, and the latter a fat priMlurer, nnd they are the eheuet and lt fattening ma teriak known to the world More money ran lx made nnd with Icmm labor. In wn rril fjirmlng. fnilt nnd lierry growing nnd truck pnrdi-n-ing along our road in the 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. — 28 April 1904

THE TRIBUNE ANSIS K. lilifcEBT , EICII II ILL, . MISSOChL The weather man Is beginning to be recognized again as human be ing. A Gorman prince has married cir cus rider. She must have taken ood cares cf brr salary. The Hoston Herald convicts Oen. Kuropntkin of split Infinitive. All 1 lost, general; even honor. No one who has ever seen the Ciecb languages in flat will wonder that the German object to It. When things are dull King Leopold can alway be depended upon to come to the front In tout unlovely way. Not only should the automobiles wear numbered tags, but they should be required to eat cachoua for their breath. Marie Corelll has Just been cele brating her fortieth birthday. The rest of the alliteration is sufficiently familiar. According to the Boston Globe, a major la the Russian army gets only about $450 a year. Perhaps that Is all tie is worth. Strange to say, every one who has written about the high 8!amcs poten tate weem to agree that Prince Pans rong Is all right As far a...

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 April 1904

Kfjrf c$rv $tJ $trJ tJ z V - ' - ' J wm 1m mm f f Outbound. i.Hp-fr-.v 1 A bmely Ball tn lh vul aea-rrtom. i hava put out (or th port of gluom, Th voynir la far on the Iracklesn t 'J ha watch U lull and I he seas m wide. The headland tiln l tha slnklni risy Km ma band ua lit uuttard way. Th fading nlla. a thay A'p an1 veer. Lift ma a Vol. trial la auud la near. Tlia great wind rnmr, and tha heaving a-a. Tlia restieas mother, la calling ma. Th cry of her heart la lona and wild, Anarrhfntr tho lunt fur her wsndersd I y Tteautirul. waarlles mother of snlne la the drift uf douai 1 am here, I am thin. fteyonil Ih fsthotn of hope or fesr. From bourn ! bourn of th dusk 1 steer. Swept on In tha wak of th (tars, In tha stream Of a rotlng tida, from dream to dream. L'nknown. A GASOLINE CUPID By C RITTrXDtM 'Teufl Teuf! Teufl Teuf: Hrrr! Wo-jghl" The automobile ceased Its j monotonous chant, coughed once or twice am subsided Into a state of silence, and, alas? Immobility. In a moment the chauf...

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 April 1904

The Tribune. n. r. HirK-.BT, KAKMK II. Ml CKItnt. akJorlptloHatM iYih Ct.lt I TWMsmi.... fell Monlh. I S.n,l. CvptM. -.. Ftirftrd ictantlnt to ti let l 0ngiTMl itw f.l II Rick Mil), IKMd ckM Mil llepuitllcAn Convention Dates. State convention, Si. Joseph, Juf. Judicial convention Jefferson City, Sept. 15. Democratic Convention Dates. Democratic national convention, Ft. Louis, Ju!y, 6. Democratic state judicial conven tion St. Joe June 21. D emoctatic delegate convention, Joplin, June 39. Democratic state convention, Jef ferson C'ity, July 19. Is life worth living? Just owing to the liver. The United State is not the only country that has big fires. Toron to, Canada, had a $10,000,000 fire last week. Mr. Reed is in the gubernator ial race to stay until the Demo crati convention knocks him out, which they may not do. The Masonic and Odd Fellow organizations of Butler are talking up a large business and lodge build ing at the north-west corner of the public square on what is known as t...

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. — 28 April 1904

t WALL PAPER That will go on and look well at LOW WATER prices. Paint that wont i come off. Brushes that don't wear out. All at prices RIGHT. THE OPERA DRUG STORE, D. B. RICKEY, Proprietor Opera Hoase Elk. Rich Hill, Mo. Phone 32. See the new wrappers oq dis play at the Mazaar. Seldom has a heavier rain fell in this vicinity than came down Sat urday and Sunday. The Farm Implement Co., ats agents for the Champion and Mil waukee Harvesting machinery. St Mr. Geo. Graham and wife, Irom the Carbon Center neighbor hood were in the city last Satur- 1 day, looking after business mat- ! ten. Mr. and Mrs. F.. A. Royce and little son Winchetl, arc now at home at the r. sid-nce of Mr. and Mis. C. D. Winchell, on east Ma pie street. The Farm Implement Co., have in stock carriages, buggies, and harness for sale. It will pay you to look at their goods and get their prices. Ot They do say that the Dazsar is the only store tu town that can furnish a woman with a complete OJtnt, from a hat for her he...

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. — 28 April 1904

IS- SNAP S HOTS OF THE Some of the In(r- WOKLD'S A Visit to the Exposl esttng Features a V W tlon Is Equivalent to a Briefly Described K Tour of the Globe I Any effort at exaggeration. !n at tempting to describe th World' Fair at fit. Louis would tnor than likely kwault In failure. One' Imagination (would Indeed be abnormally develop jod If ha wer to conceive mora glor ies, (nor beauty, mora majestic apian tior, and a mora comprehensive gather 1ns of nan and the works ot men, (than haa been assembled on two toquar mllaa comprising the Louisiana tPurchaa Exposition. More than a thousand native Fillpl SMa are living in tba 40-acre Philip pine tract at the World's Fair. Their homes hare been reproduced In St. Xouls and they are counterparts of Ihoae left behind In the Pacific archl pelago. The Filipino colony em traces representatives from many ftrtbea, and American and Europeans will be Interested In seeing the sub verts that Uncle Sam acquired with the Philippine Islands, and In lear...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 28 April 1904

Women who work, store, office or factory, ability to stand the strain. The case of Miss Frankie Orser, of Boston, Mass., is interesting to all women, and adds further proof that woman's great friend in need is Lydia E. Pmkham's Vegetable Compound L'iab Mb, rnun : I suffered ached and 1 had bearing down pais, wake from a retfol sleep In such pain sad I could clow ray rvc ewln. I dreaded U long nights and weary dare. I could do no work. 1 consulted different physicians hopinir to pet relic, but, findin? that their medicines did not enrw ma, I tried Lydia LT. Plnkham'S Vejretable Compound, a it wa highly reenmended to tan. I am glad that I did so, for I soon foand that it was tho medicine for tar case. Very soon I was rid of erery ache and pala and restored to perfect health. I feel splendid, bar a fine appetite, and hare rained La weight a lot." Mus Faa-SKl Ouaxm, 14 Warrenton bt, Boston, Mutt Sorely you cannot wlh to remain weak. slrV. and discouraged, and exhausted with eacU day's w...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 28 April 1904

Missouri i"iudflc Time Card. NOKTll IIOlMl, XT. I.Ot Irt AMI K. No, 'Ji la-nvcH , fiiLNj a in. Nil. 'j 4 U'liM'M I'J.'M) p. ni. No, ".0 l'iiv k , 10:10 p. in. NO. Ml ( locnl 10:15 n. in. WKT IIOIXIi, FT. HCOTT KNTIIAl.. No. I!7 Ix-iivo 1W) p. in. No. r.'.l lavm-H ri:4,"m, in. HOI Til IIOCMI. No. Arrive. UX a. in. No. '-7 Arrives., 12:.V p. in. No. '.'." Arrive ..10:10 p. in, No, MS ( Locnl) n:fl p. in, i:akt iiovmi ,i t, wott ckxtkal. No. 31 Arrives 12:20 p. in No. -10 Arrives !):." p. iu U. A. IUh.kv, Agt. Read The Tribune. S44 60 YEARS V EXPERIENCE Tiunc Mam Designs CovmoMTs Ac - irom Mnfmr S kri ami rt"wnMM mm nnt-tiiT m(mm rrT ofMnnm frv hwhw ftf't f-f. oM4it arrvf fur wvurmg pat e-n . (n-ui tAin thoturh Mann Co, recvlr Ijv n'lte, ts ti Kout crtr, la tbe ScttnUfic Jlncrican. rnlnttifii of an MUfi'' VhktiJ. TVrrnn. ?3 ft ' iir, f'Mirnntu,i, tfcnd brail TiwJiffr. f IIINN Co.36""-'- New York DR. SLATER, DENTIST. At old SIiiimI, UK'll HILL, . Mnudny noon lo Saturday lumir lALMAOt HO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 5 May 1904

TOIBTUMISo VOLUME 15 UICU HILL. MI8SOUUI, THUKSDAT, MAY ff, IttO-1. 5. 3.7 HIS RICE 'TJTTjTr TT JJLJ.L. 11. J ! 4 Attention Farmers. Why tvinuln In the North nnd Ktay ludoora nix month Jn t lie year rouxuinlnir whnt you mine during the other six niontliH? Jo Koutli where yon can work out door every month in the year, nnd w liens you nrv producing; iiii-thiii tin jenr round. If yon are a Htix k miwr you know your KttM-k nre now "eiitlntr their Iii'ihIh nit" ninl. Nttlihn, have to l prob-eti l from theris or of winter liy expensive Klicltcr IxoiioiuUal utook feedlnir r ii I r th combination of Ixtlli Ht'ch-fornilti nml tnt furiiiiiiir toodn In certain pro- IiortloiiM. Alnhnuii hu "lorlilu produce In abnnd nnce the velvet liean nnil cna mivn, the tlit ii nVftli pro ducer, and the littler a fut producer, nnd they are the i-tieatMut and lxt fattening material known to the world More money ran I' mnde and with Una litlior. In pvn eml fnrmlua;. fruit and berry prowlni; and truek pnrdeii in...

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. — 5 May 1904

THE TRIBUNE Ceo. p. nrcwrrtY i BICn HILL, The other great Aaierlcan national Mmo ! dow on. Till one ha no Utty. Vlth capital of $5.oon,ooo thi hero business offer fine opening for young men. Woman never wade around the cpdge of an argument. She dlvee Id and then swims oat if he can. The man who pend hi time think ing what he would do It he had a mil linn dollars never gets a million dol lar. An up-to-date Boston undertaker ow describes himself as a "morti cian." Hia Latin la. as bad as his taete. It was peculiarly appropriate that aa Inventor of air ships should have been blown up by an empty whisky barrel. The St Dunstan edition of Dickens, ISO volumes, at 11.000 a volume, will hardly become popular In circulating libraries. Dean Tufts of Chicago university describes flirting as good mental ex ercise. Then the dean evidently favors coeducation. A woman always thinks she could save a great deal of money if the man who earns It for hrr spent less. New York Pres. An unfortunate woman ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 5 May 1904

i w w a aw a. i All kinds ot seasonal)!- goods on hand nil Itie time at the Harasr. Seymour Williamson spent Sun day with Huilcr friends. Quite a number of Kansas City excursionists visited Kich Hill Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Snider has so im proved that she was able to attend church last Sunday. Claude Weathers, of Pittsburg Kan., spent Sunday with his mother in this city. Cliff McBride has railroaded another girt into his lamily. She arrived last Saturday. The Farm Implement Co., are agents for the Champion and Mil waukee Harvesting machinery. 8t Mrs. Curt McKibben and son came home Saturday night from a visit to relatives at I'eabody, Kan. We saw two young men on our streets last Sunday afternoon stag gering drunk. Comment is un necessary. When thev defeat a whtelhorse like llarve Johnson, where will the off ox and the tail ender stand. Mrs. Mary E. Gross returned Sunday from an extended visit to relatives at Erie and other points in Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Burch came down from Kansas City...

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. — 5 May 1904

STRATFORD BELLS. On RnlihMh e-v betwixt iri-pti Avon' IMIOK. In a rirvnm-world we hour by hour did flost : iTho turning moved by In stately CWIia-J, With oft. Ml eye the cattle watched imr boat. W. aloii(o pilgrims from a far-o land. Beyond the "vexed Iiormonthrt" i how dar That atranae, iwm picture, by th en chanfer'a wan, FHmtlUr to mir anlrOa mail anil Hurt V Then suddenly loud and rHmnt eound inrHiwi rr-om the akiea and waters; lol the chlrnee Of Btrwtford rati and rant! the very around Murmured, a with ft deep-voiced pet a rhvtnea, wift melodious ton en ton wa hurled. Twaa Hhakespeare's muslo brimmed tha trembling wuild. F. B. r. aveaoe Dr. Fosdlck thrust his hands Into tils pockets, and stood looking down at th girl with an odd mixture of de termination and entreaty la his ex pression. For the first time In his life his tongue had bungled, and his words .had but haltingly expressed the mean ing he had Intended. This had Irri tated him extremely, and he stood ;rery straight and...

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. — 5 May 1904

'-jVA- Or-. 4, mm Organdy With Frill of taca. Confirmation and graduation dresses .differ little In design or material, & 'both occasion demand white, aim pi jr made. Tbl very pretty model aulta both and it made of French organdy with trimming of Valencl .enne lace forming frills and double frill, or niches. The waist li t ! cullirly becoming one to young jgirls and harmonizes to a nicety with the skirt that is made on Ideally simple Unos, both being shirred, the waist mmmm mm '447 Cooflrmsttoo or Grayini-.loa Dreaa, II to IS yr. to give a bertha effect, the skirt to form a hip yoke. To render the de sign still further useful sod avail able for occaslone of greater dress the waist Is so constructed as to al low of being made low with elbow eleeve. as shown In the small sketch. The quantity of material required for a girl of 14 years of age Is yards II. 7 yards 17 or 4S yards 44 Inches wide. A May Manton pattern. No. 4672, sizes 13 to 1 years, will be mailed to any address on rec...

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. — 5 May 1904

Missouri Pacific Tiro Card, jcoRTn norMi. ST. I.orm and K. tr. No. 21 lavea .';"." is in. N.J. CJ Ienvc V2M p, in. No, '10 ly-aves 1(1:10 p. m, NO. KU (Lorn.!) 10:15 n. ni. wit not'Mt, rr. w-ott ikvthau No. T7 leaves 1:00 p. in. No. Kit Ia-aves f:45 a. iu. HII'TII HOtND. No. 21) Arrives 6:J15 n. in. No. 27 Arrive 12:.V p. in. No. 25 Arrive 10:10 p. in. No, 10.1 (Local) :"0 p. m, FAHT noi:.D ,'T. SCOTT I K.NTRAL. No. Si Arrives 12:20 p. m No. 40 Arrive 3:55 p. iu H. A. IUii.et, Agt. Read The Tribune. "M BO YEARS' V EXPERIENCE v. VMM VA 4 tkao MAK 'Mi COPYRIGHTS 4 A Traoc Marks OciaN Copy rio mt Ac M'-t'f airi..n or oMMrtu fra K:rf :;.Tfni)-.n probity if tjjmt. (nuimtimii. In nftrici4TvnfljmittL Handbook on 1'itmtj 4'U fr. OIr1sat Mirr cx Mrunnf paltita. fats-nta takn thriKich Mann to, tvcvlrt lgnU tvrfk. wtiho& ch '. ia th Scientific American. ruUtton ot any -it-.t tOf V-urnaL ivvnu. o a f -ar . fur irx. nth. L tM4il VwJj. Hteh OS, F St, Wubati, D. C. Bead u TWO DOLLARS u4 w. wil...

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. — 12 May 1904

THE RICH HILL TKIBUMEL volumk IS BICM HILL, MISSOURI. TIIUIlHDAT, MAY 12, llMJt. ar. si Attention farmers. Why remain In. (ho North nnil stay Indoor tlx month In the year coimumlnq; whnl you rnlne during the other ott months? tio South where you enn work out doors every month in the year, nml where you are producing something the year round. If you are a stock miner you know your stock nre now "eating their heniU off' nml, lenli-. have to lie nroteeti il from 1 be rig ors of winter by cxpenwlve shelter. Lconomical stock feeding require the coml.inatiou of both llwli-fi iriiiini; and fat formlng food 4 in certain pro- IiortioiiH. Alalia in a and 'loridn produce in abund ance the velvet liean and cn mvii, tlie first a flesh pro ducer, and the latter a fat producer, and they nre tin chenis-t and Unt fattening ma terinl known to the world More money can lie made and with less labor. In gen eral farming, fruit and lierry growing and truck garden ing slong our road In the South than lu nn...

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. — 12 May 1904

THE TRIBUNE 8VraK.BI - Publisher, KXCn HILL, The main trouble with al! tbe dtrlgt. Me airship Is that you can't ateer the critters. Money Is a drug on the market In IsVw York. We wish somebody would write us a proscription. Having pone In for aquatic sports. Prof. I-nneiey state that he wl!l not enter the St. Louis airship contest. If the average man eats three times as much food as lie needs what about the man who goes in for lobsters after the theater? A New York theatrical manager has failed with liabilities in $150,OtK and no assets. Very few people are smart enough to do that. A New York woman who tackled both society and cotton has gone Into bankruptcy. Either one of them Khould have sufficed. It's funny, tut the same dress thai a woman tells her husband cost $5( less than It did she tells everybody else cost $50 more than it did. A Philadelphia literary society has just decided that Browning was supe rior to Shakespeare. By the way, what has become of Prof. Triggs? The tailor...

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. — 12 May 1904

"N. m me mm VETTE Woman In Wartlm. HHh dnn knl atlr ami bngl utf lh turn have mnretird away; tul I he vmrn, O, tha wnrnn. Aa th daybreak chill ami arav Tha ninf at tha rlty gatra, For thain no buglva play. For Ihem no rurge of patriot wrath. Ni rUiIuiidc ihorlt of steH; Hnt tha agi-d and the Invalid. The hHpleiia child appeal And pattt-nce, patience, patience still. Whatever on may feel. At right the torturing dreamt of barm. The real feara by day, With taak of hand that rannnt keep The ravening Thought at bay: Cooking, cleaning, sweeping, aewlng In the heavtett boura to pray, O. tallica ot the !lenre: Of hearthtone. heart and toll! Of theae no veteran talea are told, ' No bloivlntaln blot the aoil The tattle of the women. Fought lu anguish and In nvML War Cuta a Knot Who would suapect E. F. Seaman, the Jolly Seaman, with li la fund of funny stories, hit sparkling wit and tilt keen appreciation of tumor, to have bwii one of the principal figure in one of tha moat pathetic occur renc...

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. — 12 May 1904

t The Tribune ofu, r. Bttnr.T, DtKMIS R. Hl'CKKBT. Killtoraaad roMUbara. abavrtptlaaHatasi ....!. I ni.Mii.....S ......... .tO I tunilo Coti.. Si Moihv Enw-d icroxlliif iht act el CtMimh U pout offica tl Rich Hill, as woaj dM Mil ' Kepublicau Convention Date. KtaSe convention, St. Joseph, Jul. 27. Judicial convention Jefferson City, Sept 15. Republican National convention at Chicago, June 21, 1904. Democratic Convention Dates. Democratic national convention, Si. Louis, July, 6. Democratic state judicial conven tion St. Joe June at. D emoctatic delegate convention, Joplm, June 29. Democratic state convention, Jef ferson City, July 19. Street rumor haj it that the nom ination of Doc. Allen for Coroner was dictative from the Jefferson City ring to placate the Osage Demo cracy for the loss of Harve Johnson. We might inquire ai to the truth of such a rumor but of course it would be denied. The Kratz booiHe case was put off to August 1 st by agreement. The Supreme court has a case un der ...

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. — 12 May 1904

9 LOCAL HllIKl'S. S! m w Dr. L. L, Amen U at home tl)i week, Hon. J. R. Ualei and wife ed Nevada Tuesday. visit All kinds ot seasonable goods On hand all the time at the liataar. The market it plentifully sup plied with every every of garden truck. ' Strawberries are plentiful in this market now at reasonable prices for the first of the season. The ice cream and cake social at the Presbyterian parsonage last night was a complete success. The Farm Implement Co., ate agents for the Champion and Mil waukee Harvesting machinery. St Shirt waist suits are all the rage at this season. The Bazaar has a nice assortment on hand. See them. Joe Cell man came in from his work on the Mo. Pacific over in Kansas and spent Sunday with his lamily. The heavy rain Sunday morning prevented the ball game between the liutler and Rich Hill teams Sunday afternoon. Kev. L. L. Pinnell, of the Park avenue M. E. Church, South, it at tending the District Confen nee of his cl i.rch at Sheldon. The ram, Sunday mor...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 12 May 1904

JOHN BURT 1 tXETSSl Asthor at "TN k Mmppeal MCtmutm," Obsssl Mawnf I iKxlrttM,- n. FiaT. IWBI, ) All rtits t orTHIXWT. !' SV Fain lea I'm AM AI'sH fw7l A. J. !! I. HlUtlLI CHAPTER ONE. Th Prophtt' Pryr, "Knooi, John. Take off your bat, lad. lt ua pray!" J An old man and a boy clung Ilk wreckage to a rock which marked the outer edge of Black Reef. The flickering light of lantern accentu ated th gloom of the night; a night fanioua In the annala of New England for the atorm which tore the coaat from Quoddy Mead to Siasconset. The lantern' light revealed two fig ures worthy the pencil of a Hogarth. Bared to the gale, the old man's scant white locks atreamed back from a forehead massive and un furrowed. Wonderful eyes of steel gray glowed with fires of fanaticism beneath dark, shadowing eyebrows scarcely touched with the rime of years. The thin lips parted in a line which suggested Im placable tenacity of purpose, not halt ing at cruelty nor stopping at cun ning. Above the mouth, the hea...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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