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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 12 May 1904

-&j&&&.jx-. r: Oscrles Khaki Uniform. WJ. Jirafion ssid lo the PrlMs psrllament that tbe sudd.n resort 14 khaki uniforms waa a "ircKlni rraie." lb-cause b r-ers nr khaki and slouch bat the army was clapped Into similar costume. If the Zulni bad beaten tt. the army would bave rone sbou: In fBtber and paint Three tifiki of fiB' and aa ostrich festher uuH bar beea tbe uniform of a livid marshal. Whtn It Waa Cold. People mho are iDifrmul in ex tremes max like to know that (ha lowest temperature ever recorded lo tbe world tn KO4 10 below ro. at Werchsjan.k. Central Siberia, Jan. 15, 1S55. and the highest, 127 4 10, In Al geria, July 17, 179. The lowest tem perature ever recorded in Nw Tori city was below xero. Life a Rssiity. fjfe ! a reality a useful, oM, noble reality. Happy, too. when once the grim Idol Self baa been dethroned forever. For It la a truth which we all have to learn oftentimes through many a bitter lesson that we ran never be happy unless we ctaae trying ...

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. — 12 May 1904

r! 1 MlH'ouri rrino Time Card. NOltTil not'Mi, HT. Uirin ANI It. V. Nd, 2U lnves Ii." 1 n m. No. 2f la-nyca 12.no p, in. No. "0 lyonvoa HVin p. m. No. 101 (Irfx-nl) 10:15 n, in. V !T IIOINII, rT. WOTT I T.NTHAt.. t No. nr I-) vrit 1:(H) p. in. No. r:u lnve 5:45 a. m. b(ii;t nor mi. No. ": Arrives "rX a. in. No. 27 Arrive , K'..'m p. in. No. k'.i Arrivi-H 10.10 p. in. No, ion (Local) , 3:S0 p. m, i.ArT JHltMl ,FT. BH)II CKNTItAl,, No. .'U Arrives....... ,..12:'2 p. m No. 40 Arrives.., fi:.V p. in Ii. A. Itxil.KV, Agt. Read The Tribune. B3 YEARS' EXPERIENCE I D 1 a .ji mm , Traoc Mauks DR. SLATER, DENTIST. At Md M.imi. men hill, Moml.iT noon to Saturday noon TAIUAGE II0L5E DRLG STORE. m;y vol n n:.;tTMi:x hkki: We Cakky IWLMEU'S I'klkiu.atf.d PKKrt'MF.B, THE VfcHY HKAT MADE 'Mill1 CcvntcHTS Ac -i.ck-f tiiiijun cm tpMHkn trtt whr mri(iKin t pititM. " mtin. Ih.hw :pf fyr n6oTli. I 1 xn1 foo cm t'atmj K-r.t Jr.". tri(t axwrT fv Mnmi pftleni. KatitK tJLkn Uintuirli Muntt A Co. rvcelr Scit...

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. — 19 May 1904

THIS RICH II I ! t LL ii VL VOLUMi: Iff BICH MILL, MIWSOUUI, THURSDAY, MAY 10, JOI. V. 37 Attention farmers. Yliy remain In the North nml stay In (loom six month In thp vpar consuming whnt you raise during tlie other six month? (Jo South when you can work out doors every month in the year, mid where you .-pp producing something the yenr round. If you nre a stock raiwr you know your atovk nn now "entlnr their head oft'' and, Im-kIiIih, hive to lie protwtr 1 from the rijr or of winter ty exin-nxlve ahelter. Koonotnlrnl stock feeding reiuln the combination of loth flewh-formintr and fat formlng food in eertnlo pro portion. Alalia inn and Florida prctduep In nhund nnce the velvet lenn nnd enn aiivn. the Unit n nVh pro ducer, nnd the hitler ft fat producer, nnd they nre the cheapest and Ix-xt fattening material known to the world More money ran te tunde nnd with Ii-kh lalior, in pen em! farming, fnilt nnd N-rry growing mid truck garden ing along our road In the South than In nny other ti...

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. — 19 May 1904

THE TRIBUNE A.WNIE It lilt fc.BY, P"11- RICH HILL, . . MIetSOCKL Loss Is sometimes gain -aa when Adam lost that rib. A strong point la Kuropetkln's favor la that Ma nam doesn't aound like a sneeie. The prospect of the crar dictating peace In Toklo icmn to have been jarred out of plumb. An eminent physician says that there Is no aurh thing as brala (as. What does he rail It ? It appears that Pattl'a barker said farewell to about $40,000 when aha said farewell to America. A man never feels so flattered as when a woman tells him be Is the only man who ever could understand her. Approximately speaking, how long do you think it will take John U Sul livan to run through with that $4,000? A real count has become a real monk In Bohemia. More often they make monks of two syllables of them selves. roeslbly those pood people who are moving; to make wars less terrible are unintentionally moving to make wars more frequent. Heave a sigh for the late Old Mose, the biggest gririly of the Rockies. H...

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. — 19 May 1904

f STANLEY HAD HIGH PLACE MISSOURI NOTES AMONG WORLD'S GREAT MEN 1 ll Japan. Housed from tha slumber lona mailt. of n fa- Fhe 1ri..pj the lacquered rnvr h had borne. Nor thought herself ft recreant, fonwnrn. Fronting with steadfast evea the grow Iiik IlKllt. Her miMmk drrann all put to Inatant flight. Her not th part, untruthful years to mi urn. Hera not to cling to what aha aaw out worn. She planned anew, based on her ancient riatit. A fabrn-. atmng Time's wasting to dvfy Then turned b-r thought to chooaa from out the U pt. Whate er h r wisdom taught would serve her best; And now the stand quern of the rl'tng Kant. To Ind Ha peM-'es higher paths to try. Till nations rlah no mora, and waia have ceaspd. Architald ilujiklna. In Harper's Weekly. The Sixty-Ninth New York. With the laying of the cornerstone the first real work In the construction of the new Sixty-ninth regiment arm ory, In Lexington avenue, between Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth streets, will be begun, a the New York Heral...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 19 May 1904

The Tribune. EO. P. HI)C'K'.BV, KAN IK R. MllRiHt. Krtttoraaad PablUkart. abaTlptlABKli flwVelf ........... Si Mon1lu. .... Singl Cp. ..... .,. rrnrnd ccmrfli't to Kl Cofftt port ofllc t Rich Mill, m Mtond t 0 -t-t IlepuiiHean ConTcntlou Pat on. Stale convention, bt. Joseph, Jul. Judicial convention Jefferson City, Sept. 15. Republican National convention at Chicago, June 31, 1904, Democratic Convention Dates. Democratic national convention, Ft. Louis, July, 6. Democratic state judicial conven tion St. Joe June 21. D emocratic delegate convention, Joplin, June 29. Democratic state convention, Jef ferson City, July 19. Japan is e till flapping Russia in the face and punching her in the short ribs and giving her an elegant kick all along the line. How can a state be out of debt when it owes $4,300,000 to its public school fund and levies a 3 cent tax to pay the interest on it? A Philadelphia political orator re cently became to enthusiastic that he swallowed a set of fake teeth. But t...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 19 May 1904

J't k !. .''v i-i'.i-ir.l All kin.) ul attiul lv goods on bind all (he lime at the Uaaaar. We taw a couple ot mm sheet- steeling the I & M. Hank last week. Judge Sullen and wile, of Fos ter, were in the city last Thursday, shopping. Mrs. D. E. Smalley wit in the city last week visiting old neighbors and friends. The Farm Implement Co., ate agents for the Champion and Mil waukee Harvesting machinery. 8t Editor Logan, of the Met Times was in the city Saturday and made the Tribune office a pleasant call. Shirt waist suits are all the rage at this season. The Bazaar has a nice assortment on band. See them. Judge Neptune, S5 years old, was on our streets last Thursday, lie lives with his son just north of Sprague. Guido Jaeger, after a short visit to his family' departed for Perry ville, Mo. where he is at work on a water system. Geo. P. Huckeby, of the Tri- hun E, will address the old soldiers of Eldorado Spring" May 30th, Memorial day. C-.pt. F. Tygard, of Butler, Mo , was reported...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 19 May 1904

jj ! . . y r i i f JOHN BURT I ?piimcada Aetanr l "The k Ulnar, n MirUonalr.," "Coloa! Mmraa'S Owtrtw, Kto. Pnpvm'inT. lv?, t All ri.iiu CX)PTnmT, 14 T rn-u UrHia aii r-arvu A. J. lssxk Uiutna CHAPTER TWOContlnud. Trlnre growled. John looked up tb rx.ad. "There" someone coming." tie said. Jcssla turned mid daw Mis Mlilon approaching. She lookod t her mud dy foot, her bedraggled hat and her splattered blouse and skirt. 'Til got an awful scolding." ah said, half to herself and half to the boy. Then for the first time she ecrutinired John Burt. Ehe noted that he in well dressed; that he wt not barefooted, like most farmer boys, aud that he was handsome and self-possessed. "Do you belong to the riffraff?" aIced Jessie, lowering her voice so that the approaching governess should cot hear her. "Never heard of it," replied John Burt in puzzled smile. "What la It?'1 "I dont know," said Jessie; "but my papa don't allow me to associate with the riffraff, and I forgot until ju.n now to ask yoo...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 19 May 1904

Afff lable Trf paralionror As slmfiatinf thcFoodandHetfuJa ling B Sluinnclo andlJwvls of rromotcs DiseslionCheerfur ness arvl Rest.Conlains neither Opium,Morphine norltuiexaL Isot Narcotic. Aperfpcl Remedy forConstip Tion.Sour Slomach.Diarrhoes Worms jCorrvukions ,f evrmh nt s and LOSS or SLEEP. Facsimile Sigrturt 0? NEW "YORK. JincolrTDamts AalUA. wmm ' 1 EC a NO MONEY TILL CURED, as ia es I , I tit 4 mull la ft mm . Haarts Bmw; ess ST af Promoted by And light dressings of CUTICURA.the great Skin Cure and sweetest of emollients. This treatment at once stops falling hair, removes crusts, scales, and dandruff, destroys hair parasites, soothes irritated, itching sur faces, stimulates the hair fol licles, loosens the scalp skin, supplies the roots with energy and nourishment and makes the hair grow upon a sweet, wholesome, healthy scalp, when all else fails. N. . Caalrt Itrmwl asd lasantai Tnaontat fc wn Haanaa horn Hmfim Strafklm, fim InftBty f Af, CMvuMlKf ml CUTICL'RA loas, Ounamt, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 19 May 1904

Missouri rarlflc Time Card. .NOHTH HOI. Nil, T. I.Ot'm AM) K. C. No. S I.ivcm .' r.:'."i a in. No. 24 Iititvr I-':) I. m. No. "0 lyuvon 10:10 . in. NO. 104 (I.oenl) 10:13 iu in. WWT lUH.NII, KT. WOTT t FNTUA.I., No. :t" Ienve 1.00 p. in. No. ,TJ liPnvcfl oA: a. in. hoi:th iiocmi. No. 20 Arrive tX a. in. No. 27 Arrives....... ...12:.'o p. m. No. 2 Arrive 10:10 p. in. No, If"! (Loenl) 3:;U) p. iu, KAT llot-NI ,FT. (KfITT C'KNTKAl.. No. 34 Arrives 12:20 p. m No. 40 Arrives 9:55 p. in R. A. Uailey, Agt. Read The Tribune. SO YEARS' EXPERIENCE Tnaoc Marks OtSIONS Cotkimt Ac. HnU k it tKfflii'n or otnw.o frajsp KhIt a hivniion i P'krMt pfttrriiJih'A. "sniniiin.i inntTliwtlTvriritlnlii. Hr lt-wfc oo Pattella taUen thnKivb Mono A Co. rolT Ipvvi. Ki, n Vul cnnr In U Scientific American. mlftlnn of aT xtruu.c "omiJ. Iwrns, fi ft "!. f ur TRoritiM. f L toiJ liJTUl Tir1rr. MUNM S Co.3S,B- New York imucta otbes. A WftabUatfism, I. c Kedneed Itates Via the M. O. P. Ky. to the World's Fair, St. Lou...

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. — 26 May 1904

HIM VOLUME 10 KICU HILL, MIHHOL'HI. TUVW 1AT, MAY 20, IVK). J RICH TBIBUMIEJo Attention farmers. Why remain In tlie North nrd stny Indoors lx inontlm In tho year commmlng what you raise during the other kIs month? Go South where you can work out doom every month In the year, nnl where yon nre producing something the yenr round. If you are a Block miner you know your atock un now "eating their lit-.nU off" (i iid. lcitlcH, have to lx protected from the rljc or of winter by expcimlve nhelter Economical nock feedinc rc)iiln- the comlilnntlon of both nexli-formlnir and fat forming food In certain ro- IxtrtiniiH. Alahii in a and "loriila produce In abund ance the velvet lienn and can K.iva, the drxt a fltli pro ducer, and the latter a fat producer, and they are the chcniM-M and ltet fattening material known to the world More money can Ih made and wltli labir. In gen eral farming-, fruit and lie try growing and truck gnnlen li:c xlonir our road in the South tlinn lu any other tH-c-tiou.df...

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. — 26 May 1904

THE TRIBUNE AH NIB R HUUs.JtBT FU- wl",- BICU HILL, MliOOdlU. "Pllgrtm't rmprcus" on the tageT Shade of John Uunyan! .What U com ics next! Philadelphia proposes to purify It water with chemicals. Th Kentucky plan la surest. "Make money your lave." ay Mr. Rockefeller but unfortunately he doeiiD't give the recipe. Mr. Bessie Nuerlneky of New York la convinced tbat eating Is a ftilacy. We are eorry for Mr. Nuuxlnsky. The crew of an American achooner la In trouble for fishing for sponge In Cuban water. Never sponge sponges. An Illinois man put a lighted pipe In his pocket, set fire to his ciothes. and la now la a hospital. Tobacco la In jurious. The roan who. observing your strug gle for independence, wama yon that money doesn't bring happlnesa, gener ally has a lot. Farming operations generally may be two weeks behind tbla spring, but the weeds aoem to be about as ir ad vanced aa usual. Now that Gen. Kashtalln..ky has re ported a "grtevoua yet glorious bat tle," will somebody rise up 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. — 26 May 1904

fflUSD JIQLD TALKS J A Rosebud Luncheon. At n attractive spring bridesmaid tunrhiH.n tie color shctne was rose pluk and green. An cm ljrjSi1-rd cen ter piece wlih a border of pink roses was lull! on the highly polished ma hogany tablo, and on this a tail, cut gins flower rase filled with an Im mense hunch of pink bridesmaid roses. Near each corner of the table were slender glass vases with the unit roses, and these smaller vase were connected w ith the center piece by Ions streamers of smilax. The place doylies were rose-shaped with an oix-n-work design. At each place was a full-blown paper rose. re veallng within Its leaves salted al monds; each place card tad a mot natural looking paper rosebud tied to one corner by a bow of pink baby ribbon. Little silver bonbonnieres held pink and preen candies. The rosebud Idea as carried out as far as possible throughout the various courses. The china had roue decorations. Even the soup-cream of salmon was pink. The punch, which followed the b...

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. — 26 May 1904

The Tribune. OF.O. I HICKKBT, NANNIK K. MICRKBT. Ki1Uonn" rbllhfi. n Vf .... !. I TSfMA Sin Mntht.. .. I Slnglt OpMk KtiWRd 0tnrr1lTi W iW ! Confl Hf po nffi.a at Kit Hill, M Hrvooi CUM tiw Itepuitllciui Convention Date". State conversion, St. Joseph, Jul. in judicial convention Jefferson City, Sept. 15. Republican National convention at Chicajo, June 21, 1904, Democratic Convention Dates. Democratic national convention, St. Louis, July, 6. Democratic state judicial conven tion St. Joe June 21. D emociatic delegate convention, Joplin, June 29. Democratic Mate convention, Jef ferson City, July 19. We acknowledge the receipt of invitation to attend the sixty-second commencement exercises of the Mis souri State University, at Columbia Mia, May 29th June 1st. 1904. Mr. Whitecotton speaker of the last Democratic house of represen tatives has been found guilty of that most unpardonable offense , among lawyers, changing the record in a court proceeding. Old Technical ities couldn't save hi...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 26 May 1904

LOCAL JHtlhl S. jj 1 1. Joe Reavley ol Nevada was i" the city Tuesday. Have you read that very interest ing magazine, The itnart Set. Old newspaper. 5c (or a big bundle at Tun Thihunk oflice. The Kich Hill Gas t Oil Co. is Retting ready to commence opera tions. The Farm Implement Co., aie agents for the Champion and Mil waukee Harvesting machinery. 8t Rev. Phil Stalk filled the pulpit of the Christian church last Sunday and preached to large congregations Farmer D. E. Hutton. from east of the river, was in the city Satur day last looking after business mat ters. August Marquardt hs gone to Iola. Kan. on a prospecting tour and may possibly locate there or thereabouts. Mr. W. F. Richardson represen ting the Mechanic Insurance Com pany ot Philadelphia. Pa-, vas in the tilv l.'M S i'iiiiI.m Mt Cii:i !';;'. l'-r ": ' " visit lo der pjn nl, Di. ami Mis. J. W. Noland al EUI01 ado Spr ings returned home Tuesday. Mr. J. C. Ogden and wife, of Adr:an, wire in the city last week called here by ...

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. — 26 May 1904

JOHN BURTllr Astbor el -Tm KMmptw4 Mttnaaxfras," "CoInm! Woaraa t DwrtHM." KM. OnrVWKinT. BT I All rlMI i tVPTHIllHT, I1. T riinM Upham I ret, I A. J. laL mom. CHAPTER FOUR Continued. Jtm aimed a blow At John' head, which waa parried. John swung to The rhin, anil the next Instant Jim clenched and both foil eight feet Into the water. Tbe xxl was deep, and It seemed to Jim as If they never would come to the surface. When he did, and had gasped for breath, a ralr of strong hand gripped his neck and he went down again. The water tang In hl ears, the world grew black Around him. Then It suddenly became light. The cool and splendid air filled his nostrils, and a voice sounded in his ears: "Say "enough or down you go again!" "Enough! E-e-e-nough! IT1 quit," spluttered Jim Plakc, throwing his Arms about wildly. Wirt one hand firmly gripping Jim Blake's collar John Burt swam ashore wltk the other. It was ten minutes before Blake recovered his breath, then they shook hands with the grav ity o...

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. — 26 May 1904

v 0 -' .1- La prominent club woman, Airs. Dan- orth, of St. Joseph, was cured of falling of the womb and its accompanying pains and misery by Lydia E. Pinkhamfs Vegetable Compound. "Dear Mrs. Pixkham: life looVa dark indeed when a woman feela that her strength is fading away and she hiw no ho-s of ever being restored. Such, was my feeling a lew months agro when I was adri.W that nir Tior health via caused by prolapsus or falling of the womb. The wonls sounded like a knell to roe, I feit that my tun Lad net; but Lydl.t V Plnhliniu'a Vegetable, Compound came to n;e as an elixir of hio ; it rostoivd the lost forces and I viiit me up until my rood health returned to me. For f ur months I took the medicine daily and each dose added health and etrenirth. I am so thankful for the help 1 obtained through ita use." ilas. Florxscb Ujlxtorth, 1U07 Miles Ave., M. Joseph, Mi h. A medicine that ha restored ao many women to health and can produc proof of the fart ruust be rcfird-l with respect. Tb...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 26 May 1904

Mlafiourl rnclflc Time Card. NOnTI! rUJCNK, T. LOPI AND K. ' No. 2(1 I-iivea 5:jr n iu. No. 24 lnvH 12:"0 p. in. No. HO Iauvck 10:10 . iu. NO. 104 (lxH-nl) 10:15 ft. in. VVt.HT llOf.Ml, FT. KfOTT fK.NTKAU No. D7 1-oavos 1:00 j. m No. ,T.i lnve 3:45 a. m. HtiVTH UOI'MI. No. 2) Arrives..... ft A" a. in No. 17 Arrlvon 12:.Vip. m. No. - Arrives. 10:10 p. in No, (luteal) a::!0 p. hi, FAMT lidl Nn ,T. Won CKNTRAL. No. 31 Arrives 12:20 p. m No. 40 Arrives . 9:.V p. n It, A. 1! At LEV, Agt. 80 YEARS' ? EXPERIENCE Trade Marks ' i I CORVRIGHTS AC tfw-HMii ip rr,,''T U'i'Uh'- tr.n:Unt IV .n ttnrl 't "Tfli1n int. tl"Klhnf. m PifniU tnt Ir". i;-tt lurcnrT for pwunny ps!.. l'ntPMt tten throimb Munn A Cu. r Scientific JImcrican. ri latum f anT -i?i;iiB mrTtai. lrn:. . rnr months. IL bol byaJl Ttwiswvv uraocb onto. 63 F 8t Wmiiuiiw. It. u Heduced Rates V ia the M. O. P. Ry. to the World's Fair, St. Louis. Mo. Season tickets on sale April 15th to Nov. 151b, $13.35. round trip. 60 day tickets on sale...

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. — 2 June 1904

LL TRIBUNE RICH d Jo volumi: Iff BICU HILL, MlHHOUHI. TTIUUSDAY, JVSV, '-, IWOt. Attention farmers. Why reinnln in the North mid atny In door nix month Intheyenr e onxunilntf what you mine during the other six month? io South where you tan work out door every month lit the year, nnl w here you ore producing Komcthing the yenr round. If you nre a ttx-k riita-r you know your Ktock are now "entlnjr their hi'ivU off" iind. l-lde, Imve to lie protected from tlie rls om of winter ly rxpeuMive shelter. I .COllOIIllcnl KtlK'k fivdltlfj repilr the roiniiintition of Imtti fliwh-fortnins nml fat forniint: food in rertiiiu pnv Jortl"ii. Al.ilxi in iv a ml "lorid.i produce in ntMiud auce the velvet Ixmui nnd cu Mvn, the flrt n. tiewli pro ducer, nud the hitler u fut producer, and they nre the r hen pot nnd U-t f.lt teninir nwiterlil known tothc world More money can lie made mid with le Inbor. in gen eral farming, fruit and l-rry KTowliisr and truck trnrdeti lnjl along our road In the South than ...

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. — 2 June 1904

. THE TRIBUNE won HILL, wiisao'jMl. The most remarkable thlnf abont fish stories is that they Are sometimes true A New York woman hit a street-car conductor, which shows tbat downtrod sten woman will Anally turn. tlnaala'a lack of foresight In over looking these double back action Mls aoorl catapults I coating her dear. Susan B. Anthony's (later baa paid bet taxes under protesL but that la more than soma men can be got to do. Tie nan who makes hay whlla the na shines la In a position to lend money to the fellow who wrltea poetry abont It. Bine Got. Odell refuses to let tha corporations bare Niagara falla, they will have to water their atocka with something else. Eminent defendera and opponents ot the higher criticism are having a tint fight In the newspapers. Why do tat) heathen rage? It la said that the hone haa greater pulling strength. In proportion to hla weight, than any other animal. How about the octopus? A tS-year-old lady haa secured a di vorce In Chicago. With such an earl...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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