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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 2 June 1904

JOHN BURT&a5 Astawr ef Td KldaapeeS MKUaealrea.' CoImmI Meaross Dactrlaw' Wa. rorviinjwT. lr, Br All nihu OorvairHT. Ita ur FaaKasita Irm Amm mtrrd A. t. DaaaaL BlDOLI CHAPTER SIX Continued. "taut It good to bo an American?" suited Jessie, a her hand () Into John'. Just then a full-rigged ahlp, making from Do ton Harbor, spread tier sails and stood out past them. Jeaale looked at her aa I-oheugrln might bar look m1 at the awaa. and whispered: "Wasn't It Longfellow who atood er and felt with ui : "My soul la full of longing For tha se-rt of lha a-; And lb heart of the great (yn 8nla a thrilling ouIm through me?" "Yea, Jessie, not only Longfellow, but Emerson, Hawthorne, Thoreau and Channlng dreamed here," aald John. But, Jessie, poetry make poor feeding. I'm hungry." "So am I," laughed Jessie. "Come on. 111 race you to the Inn!" and he sprang to her saddle before John could asKlrt her. Picking their way carefully down the steep bill, they reached the hard roadbed. Then Jessie spo...

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. — 2 June 1904

The Tribune. GKO. I BlUKMlf, NAHMS R. HKKIHI. Krtltoraaad rafellakara. I abactitloBKatat DntVeu 1.041 I TW. Mm-lhl. ...... . SuMonlhi .............. ( tt.nfl. LoplM... 01 Kntetrd crtdlnf to the acl t Conrriil iht o eflWe t Rltti Hill, second dM luiw Ilepublirnn Conrentlon Date. State convention, St. Joseph, Jul. 37- Judicial convention Jefferson City, Sept. 15. Ivepublicnn National convention at Chicago, June 31, 1904, Democratic Convention Dates. Democratic national convention, St. Loois, July, 6. Democratic state Judicial conven tion Joe June it. D emoctatic delegate convention, Joplin, June 29. Democratic Male convention, Jef ferson City, July 19. ; Our north county neighbor are beginning' to agitate the straight ening of Grand River. Why do newspapers state that Missouri is out of debt, when they know the state owes the school fund $4,300,000. The Republican paper of the State, having forced the nomination of Jos. V. Folk upon the demo cratic party, are now giving their attentio...

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. — 2 June 1904

94!V I (Ml t I DIM li'L'U . ., ftk 4 W A ,. 1 1 JjUUAJjUlUftfB. See thit new French Sailors at tlirjllazaar. Dr. Olien, the dentist, spent Sunday in Appleton city. Old newspaper!, 5c (or a big bundle at Tun Tribune office. Thk Tin bunk telephone is No. 5a. Send in your items by tele phone. Mrs.- C. A. Stover, of Greeley, Colo., is visiting her sister-in law, Mrs. Lloyd McKibben. Dr. Slater will be in his dental office from Tuesday morning to Saturday noon every week, tf 1 New French Sailors the very latest thing in midsummer head wear just received at the Bazaar. The Farm Implement Co., are agents for the Champion and Mil waukee Harvesting machinery. 8t Geo. West, one of uur Rich Hill miner, ha nmovd to Mulberry, Kan. nnd will make that place hi future home. I.W.Moody, one of the oldest nimble men of the stale of Kmas, died at his home in Fort Scott Satur day, May xi. I D. T. Roiseau, of Warrenburg, a deputy revenue collector, v in the city Iut Friday, looking after revenue interest...

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. — 2 June 1904

HESI7) W bMh walk; alowly o'tr th yellow arAB. Pematrt the e nt ikr; And then h climbed tn ml I did Dot i. And Iher w Id II pm"d c.n moment; I leaned on th atlle. And faced th besv lane: Hut neither of ii ! unt'l w both Just MiJ good-hy (In. And I went homeward to our quaint old fiirm. And he went on him war: Ar t ha ha never eroeeed iht field again from (hat dm to this day. I orflr If h ver glvea thought To whet h left hehlnd And 1 trt sometimes, dreaming that t r-er A footstep In th wmd. '' If h td oald on rerret.'ul word. Or t had shed a tar. He would not o alone aboet th world Nor I alt lonely bar. Alas! our hearts war full of angry prlle. And lor wa choked In strife; And an th style, beyond lb yellow (ran. Stand straight acroaa our llf Good Word. "A pound worth of tttmpi, and th cash all a copper? I can't take it; you must bring silver!" said th postmistress to an old Irishwoman. "But Mr. Johnson sent (or them.' aid the Irishwoman. "Cant help It," said the postmis tress, who wa...

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. — 2 June 1904

f U A DrorrJaent club woman, J Mrs. Dan forth, of St Joseph. MktL, tells bow she was cured c! falling of the womb and its accompanying pains and misery fcyLydia E. Pinkbam'sVczetable Compound. " Dkab Hu Pitkham : Life look dark Indeed whrn a woman feel that her rtrrnj'th la fading away and the baa BO nope OX ever beto restored. Hue A ti n; feeliur a few month ago wbea X waa advised that my poor health waa caused by prolapsus or falHnsr of tb Womb. The word aouadol like a knell to me, I felt that idt aan had aet t bnt Lydl E. 1'lnk.baml Vege table Cora pound not to dm a an elixir of life ; It restored the Vwrt force and built dm up until my good health returned to ma. For four month I took the medicine dally, and each doaa Added health and streDsrth. 1 am ao thankful for thshalp I obtained through It nan." Mas. Ku axvex DajrroaTO, 1007 Mile A.. St. Joseph, Mich. $XXX fmrftft If rl mf MM Irttm mrmtlmj -FIIF-K MEDICAL ADVICE TO WOMEAV Women would mt time and much sickness if they would...

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. — 2 June 1904

Missouri I'ltcMc Time C'wrd. NOIITH HOCMi, HT, t.(i IK AN!) K. C. Md. -H Ienvc fi:2.1 n, in. No. Si- I-onvo ; li:Mp. in. No. "0 Leaves 10:10 i. in. NO. 101 (Local) 10:1.1 n. m. IVF.KT HOI'M), I T. WUTT t'F.NTHAI.. No. P." I .eaves 1:04) p. m. No. "it Ianvr r.:4."in. in. ' HOt'Ttl IIOVMI. Mo. SO Arrives fi:"., n. in. No. 27 Arrives 12:.V p. in. No. 21 Arrv 10:10 p. m. No. 10o (Local) f!::!0p. in. I.AfT Hot M ,IT. K'OTT I D'TKAL. No. "4 Arrives .....12:20 p. iu No. -10 Arrives 9:.V p. ru U. , Y. IUilky, Agt. wk44 60 YEAR3 v " 'EXPERIENCE -. . fiJ Trade Mark Designs w ftl ' COPYRIGHTS AC A iv a tpteli am dNwripttrn mny i'tiitrit;7'',,:2rtvill. 3!n'itnnk on )vm-nU fi'ii !il4 mpn-v fi r fc.vjni-ir pfm. t'Mwi tafcrn tnrvuifh iVun a Co. ro&lT fcrvi -f wi Vat c -sn.-, in lb $ei:m..i: jiiserican. -ii'Ut n .f a -:f n"iUi J-iTiml. 1 witv M ft -r , f-ir ftm-hU, IL ik4 Us til rivUr. I KUKN S Co New Tort Itiaucb l.'ft.c e r ft. XTAfl.tia:on. I), u Keduced Itates Via the M. O. r. Ry.- to the W...

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. — 9 June 1904

TTTHH nP Tr.-TTTTT TT'inrir ir nnm ttttdtt ttxtttti iiLJIWlClL inLiUUiLd JL JDlJI D IU lJ iELio "'v rc'lv th,i ', ' : 1 N-'Sj un1ratan4. rjttlSSOCBI, TIICUKDAY, JLM: W, ISK)4. VOLUME. lfl 5. 40 -'T "I 1H writ HpTfJ" Vur name and address neatly printed on 100 pure white enve lope of good quality and regula tion sire for 50 cent, st this olfice. You oujht to have them in thee day of progress. Jon work of all kind cheaper and better than any other office in Rich dill. BUM A Mndora Rallwvr Um TltVSTSUUt ill fci.t muii TrTrtuurw Ot MISSOURI ARKANSAS HAMS AS OKLAHOMA imoiAM mtitmurr rtXAs amd rtty mTssn ournwar MIS&iSStFM ALABAMA amo me SOUTHEAST R) xkI raw Is aMt all tht rnar to Ttx Frico Rinrm ep-rw vVte-ranlNilM. Irtn-IvIiknI Iran.. A . I r rrm uhI diAU uitt uill, MlavulKl, Dl.I'AlITl. Kantnnt'ity Mail And Ex- lrv H.-4-i a. tn. Texa. Oklahoma Mem phis. Mall and KiprvM 6.00 p. 111. "arl'ou Center :4jp. in. AliKIVKM. Kan City .Mail and Ex- pre !:C5p. in. Texa. Ikl.'ihotii'i and Mem- ...

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. — 9 June 1904

THE TRIBUNE o. p. nrrvrpy KANN1K UCU a--..JLry rc J .-H-V: Only rtrnr-"ii".1e "is FCuuTred To make a large battleship look llk old Jualk .. - The trouble with the submarine mine' la that it can't tell IU friends from Its foe. r "Alkali Ik" I dead, but, "Weary Willie" and "Meandering Mike", aro till going the rounds- . . , . . t ' - - ' " . -. . . t i ' -"The. 'New' York Herald note thai; "olcyctfng seems to fee la the ascend ant' again." - Advertising tftT.7-" ; WihMeTr alia of Twnnyaon teayxw? may. not live, bis phrase "the ssneet girt graduate" la bound to be immor tL " . l'l. n..,-n Tbe rnn who baa an Idea that any body csn manage I tfttlboat la get ting Into ta' aocUlmt oiv.tcn rtlsj early this year. ,., ( , ; That New Torlc girt wha hngged a man r-a bard that ahe broke one of hi riba should come west and trow up with the country. ' '' The Ioodoa Time is reported to fee adopting American Ideas. The next thin we know John Bull will be talk lag hrouRbvti!a noa. .i .1 . '.'! .: . B...

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. — 9 June 1904

. I 3 JOHN BURT Albw o "Tk Kidnapped Mllttxwlm." "CoIotmI Moanti DmIHm." Etc. .i-YniHT. mn, t All rihM OorvaniHT, iis v ri-ii Uruaa ADJam wr?l I A. J. DasiaL Vimill 8? CHAPTER 6EVEN Continued. "Yes. ha has, and ahe's a beauty." hi replied, with tha air of on (Wing a export opinion. "Well, you keep away from ber!" aid the old man gruffly. "lt her alone. She'll never have a dollar. Car den'a ruined right now. but be doein't know It. I do. What alxut this daughter?" tie demanded, pausing In front of Arthur. "la abe "topping around here?" "She la spending the aummer At Bishop' a farmhouse about fire mile from here," replied the eon. "Say. governor, you mint write to Carden and aay you've learned that hie daughter la here, and that you and your family will be delighted to meet her socially, and will try to make ber tay In the country agreeable." T11 do nothing of the kind," roared Randolph Morris. He stormed and fumed for a while, and then wrote the letter, aa bla son knew be would from ...

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. — 9 June 1904

The Tribune. OKO. r. BtTRKBT, HASNIK It. Hl'C.IIT. Bailor. tot rabllahr. SabTlptlaiKti One Vw ai.M TWM !,. . M Moih .SO Slnl Coi .0 Entered ctrnllnt to th ' 'ofil It" pot ok al Rlik Hill. t iwond rlatt Bull Mltm Itcpublicnti ConTf ntlon lte-a. State convention, bt. Joseph, Jul. Judicial convention Jefferson City, Sept. 15. Republican National convention at Chicago, June 21, 1904, Democratic Convention Dates. Democratic national convention, Pt. Louis, July, 6. Democratic state judicial conven tion St. Joe June at. Democratic delegate convention, Joplin, June 29. Democratic state convention, Jef ferson City, July 19. The machine captured the organ ization after all, in Vernon county, and the Reed element is in the tad-die. Excess of liberty becomes license and license is sin, and sin ends in degredation and death. Word and Works. Rivers on alt sides of us, high the past week, trains irregular, washouts on all the lines and work for men. and trouble for railroads everywhere. iK it alwa...

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. — 9 June 1904

,1 til.- ll.Ii.il. j Call and jDj-ccl It " 'it l"'ar- mg the (rule tnaik "lleasley'a." Another hard tain fell in tin vi cinity 1 .1st Thutsday and Friday night. 1) I. I.K Hlf 1 i.llll! tl, U. I". Lancaster, i'.' Nevui'.:., s..tii'; the Dr. last mi i U Ornnc . huuntin nnd lemons at lhiv fll'n. The Rich 1 1 ill Klk met in their new elegantly lifted up hall for the first time lart Friday night. Dr. Slater will be in his dental olhce from Tuesday morning to Saturday noon every week, if Mr. Or len, through the W. M. Done real estate Co., purchased the Billy Lvuch property last week. New French Sailor the very latest tiling in midsummer head wear just received at the Bazaar. John Jennings, Jr. and Charlet Wilkinson departed on a trip to the Woild'i Fair last Friday morn ing. Our rnil-road section men have been on the jump day and night for mote than a week past. The floods have hardly given them time to eat or sleep. The price is ric'it- Your money Lack if anything gots svioug with the 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. — 9 June 1904

ji; O fl V1CK.ET jj jf 1 ' It t easy to t"rm tha redoubt. 1 i1 1 i' Wh'n tha tiirtta Mnra, 1 ? 1 ' i1 And th tings In Mir. f ! I ! And you hoar nur cororai1a shout. I t It In assy to dura anil to die. 1 f 1 1 Uhn il. griat puna ciaah ! wL f And th aa.ers nli. . 1 Anil boats lva I ha ballU-rry. I flt ((' pourr thsfe mora Una i' 1 ! I i ' i ' Whan no drums lenm I I1. To para In tha etnom st J Alone on tlia pickot ilea, , , jr ' Anil it's brarar far tw stand 1 'i At soma rtnrr-pat ' ' a Harriots front (ha host, Oboylnc tha word ot command. Jt'a duty thafa dMi apart, I With faith sorana, 1 1 And roiirnf clvan, 1 That markets, tha tnit of bea.it. 4 V Klchard benedict. Si Uy-A-STJQiYjlDCDCK- Lavender row was accustomed to aensations, and would not bar been happy without them. But never had the row been to atlr red to it grim depth, ao blown with notoriety and unholy excitement, a It was on the occasion ot Alf Jarvls' auddea departure from it One night In autumn. a night of ghostly mists a...

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. — 9 June 1904

V .v s r v J r um HOLIES in THE WEST AUBnataaalf mli'ka ecrnol il frti) and WU atr4 lnl of tns kimmi iu-Kn a- rrw (mi. IB (trail Itokola, alll K lhruo oimi lo (U.mil y tl.ereminril 10 J!. TUra lull r hMl rwu-lit 1 .. Nuitli Wntera Itaileais rtlrwt thrwah hint tnnt rbkt&to la r.,i.ll. K. It. All c!l tlrku VI till line, rpr-rlsl W !!. HOV TO GET A HOME nnd tor ev-ral pampUlrl ruin. '"'I ltirri. !n A lodato t apenm lil ti win l m of Isnd at nominal . "ilti full Jorn tlon ol soil, cllmsio, Ulf sod tiwiJ roiin, , srbwilt sntl riurilic,eitir tunlUe tt iimii 0arnu(, rails falm. Uu, tis on plkaltiia. W. m. KNImttf MM, rMnri-r Initio MaUkfSf, t UHHrO, ILU THE 8AISY FlYIIllER. 4i attain rtww. ,' ? jMrofl M rkw at aYrfci 'ilM l w - .W xM I y i Mini i in. L J A- . ' !'. '! to.. to. 'F' ' -. iV" , ; V .k Mt ii tt I n il u. k. t. Fiension awz-zzm. iuccfuli trooui Claim. RQSEBUQ RESERVATION IKPS. A striking contrast brtn (Vfianc Starch and any other brand will b found by (omparlxon. iVflance S...

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. — 9 June 1904

All sour I rnrlflc Time Card. Educational Exhibit. The Rivntent evhlblt of educational 1 j f ; i ) mkth iioi.Mi, ht. tan ia ami k. r. No. '20 Ix-nvcs r:2." ft tn. No. 24 Ia nvca 12:'H p. m. No. 00 la-area 10.10 . in. NO. 101 (I.ocnJ) UU.t n. in. w kkt iioi nu. ft. wktt it.ntiui.. No. fl" 1nvea l. in. No. 5 Ix-five :"' a. m. HOt'TH llOl'Mi. No. lit Avrlvea n. in. No. 27 Arrive 12:.m p. in. No. 2", Arrive v Wdu No, ion (i.Hti).. s::)p. m, . rir Hiit'Mi ,1 T. KtUTt K.N'iUt,. No. "t Arrives 12:20 j. m No. 40 Arrivra 9,.V p. id It. A. liAll.KY, Agt, BO YEARS' 0 .!,,. EXPERIENCE j - ",r Tnaor Mark ' Designs ftu-m smwi-ah, or opKwi free tiiwbff km iTiT.--!U'n Hi prcttRMT fMi'tiM. Cr.tr, mimf--ii, ' ptt net 't f,rT,0t,ft tiU. liniMtk on flrtt '-itr.ui tftk.cn thr-"uch Mara A Co. recelft Scicnnfic JlrccricatL cnnn;n f n ar-wr.titK'' j'nl. T 1 ft Tf.UKN & Co.36B- New York Kctlticetl Kates Via the M. O. P. Ry. to the World's Fair, St. Louis. Mo. Season tickets on sale April 15th to Nov. I5...

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. — 16 June 1904

9fmm mmmm mf&am tmuMmm EDEL TKIBTO HI Ao volumk in BICII HILL, MIBSOCUI. TIlCilSOAT, JI NK HI, I&OI. IT. 41 MICE. Your iiiime and address neatly printed on ion pure white enve lope of goud quality and rrgula lion i?.e for 50 cent, at thi ollice. You oujjht to have them in thee day of progress. Job work of all kind cheaper and better than any other ollice in Rich Hill. SIB A M.xSfrn Ra!laf Una, TraTrtlaf tit fclat ami Tlmtoriw Ol MISSOURI ARKANSAS KAMtAM OKLAHOMA INDIA mmnvtrr rex AM AUO TH9 ' rrrrr south wemw MI9SIMJS1MH ALABAMA AttO THe SOUTHLAMT lU-duoeil rates in tUcct all the TtJ to EUREKA SPRINGS tw!ri'-i.'bi'J l'ir. A.i tl rri. aad dtnuf fe 1 umw it Qjarui4vnoui oj red Utrtcf, l,n, ol Itniua l Kit It MILL, MllHOlttt, 11 TAUT. Ka;ia t'lty Mail nml Kx- prex e.V a. in. TexH. Oklahoma Al Mem phis. Mall and FxprvMi i:0 p. ni. Virbon Outer A :l." p. in. A Kl:ivt:. Kani-a City Mail and .x- pren. 9: J." p. m. Fexim. 'khiltoma anil Mem- plii. Mail and Itxptv n. in. Carbon Cente...

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. — 16 June 1904

THE TRIBUNE RICH HILL, Incredible as, U may seem, thers In no such place as Chow-chow on lh map. It'i a wise husband who let bit wife make all the arrangements fol the eommer vacation. Rer. rr. I.ocke aays tliat only th rood aro brave, but fortunately otheri bcaldca the brave are rood. It la ari to hesr that Hill Nye's wlilow la In ar.t. That i too fre queolly the legacy of humorists. XVe don't know whrre the fly ha been all winter lone, but It waa some where where he rot nicely rested. After all la said and done the 5U ease microbe still remains the moot deadly Implement of modern warfare In Korea they sell the offices to the highest bidder. They could hardly b expected to let them go to the lowest. As no newt Is reported from Brazil or Peru. It la supposed that war If going on there in the same old monot onous way. An English parish church has changed Its hour of service to suit the nolf players Including the par ton, perhaps. The eighteen miles between Nan shan hill and Port Arth...

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. — 16 June 1904

mis A Soothing Drink. Inflammation of the throat and ton- alia U a common complaint at thia aea on of tho year. A aoothtm drink for person ao affected 1 mad by boiling teaspoonful of Islnglas In half a pint of milk with half a doren brulsd al cnonda and weetened to taito. Thlt drink ha marrelou effect in reducing tho Inflammation. It is wridely used in England, but la not commonly known in tbta country. Fashionable Neck Garniture. No one of the many accessories of the season Is more attractive or adapt able than the fancy collars which take uich a Tarlcty of forms. The group Illustrated includes several aorta, all of which are smart and any of which an be reproduced In a variety of ma terials. As shown. however, the col lar ia the npper left hand corner ts taade of all-over lace edgf d with band ing. The round collar below ia made of net with heavy sl!k applique and is finished with a silk ruche. The collar to the right Is of quite a different ort. Including Ion stole ends, which ar...

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. — 16 June 1904

The Tribune; til.'fl. I HrnKKNT, N SN.NIK n. Mi l KMIT. Rdltoriiiil Pabllnncra, 8abrripllaH(li ttn Var ...... 80 TWf MuiK... Single tapW ..ts ,O.I Enured nccotillni In tht t oi Caiij r In th poloftfc HI Kith Hill, arconj dul mull KllIM KciHiMican Convention Dates. State convention, St. Joseph, Jul. 27. Judicial convention Jcferson City, Sept. 15. Republican National convention at Chicago, June 21, 1904. Democratic Convention Dates. Democratic national convention, St. Louis, July, 6. Democratic state judicial conven tion St. Joe June 21. D emoctatic delegate convention, Joplin, June 20. Democratic slate convention, Jef ferson City, July 19. Democrats Kny Nothing. Have you noticed any reference in the Ruder Times as to Judge Mutch' Utter on coun.y finance, or any comment, or condemnation of the Sheriff! board bills? The silence of the Times on these mat ter U growing serious. Republican-Press, No, neither have we noticed any thing of the kind in any other Dem ocratic or independent pa...

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. — 16 June 1904

LOCAL IHtlKPtt. I Tlit l'-misr k the place fi b :t t -Rain. Hon. C. A. Denton, of Butler, was in the city Tuesday. Cull and inspect the suits bear ing the trade mark "Beasley's." Mrs. S. M. Barrett and children are visiting relative and friends in Kama City this week. Mr, llouur Spencer took a trip to Kansas City last Saturday for a Sunday visit to relatives. Dr. Slater will be in his dental office from Tuesday morning to Saturday noon every week, tf C. G. Barnett went on his regu lar trip for the M. W. A. last Sat urday and will work several days in Lamar. See the big dolls in the Bazaar window. They are to be given away on July 3rd. You can get a chance at one ior 5ct. The price is right. Your money back if anything goes wrong with the clothing bearing the trade jrtark "Beasley's." W. II. Hallet, a former piomi uent young attorney at Nevada Ma is now located at Little Rock, Ar kansas. Mrs. T. S. Burn, and two youngest children, departed Tues day on an extended visit to Mrs. J. C C...

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. — 16 June 1904

JOHN BURT I vr."M dam Aatker ef "Ties kktnser' MIIHemlrM," CoIwm4 MMrat'l DectHes." r. OirrRtiiPT. lii. itT I All nhu Oorr!'if, ! wv FesnS-H K i:rui AusMS I tMnad A. J. MtlltL HIUPLI C.H APTER EIGHT Continued. When the launch approached, Ar thur Morrla was seen tn th bow. There were several richly dressed young women In the tarty. John Burt i Mt at a glance thttt Morris and some j of Ma compailons were under the In fluence of liquor. Jessie guessed as inurh, and ber suspicions became a certainty when Morrla tepped tin ateaiJiiy to th landing and cam toward her. a vacant smile mantling bis face. "A thousand pardons, Misa Carden." he uid. his Tolce husky and his body very erect, but wavering. "A thou sand pardons! Detention unavoidable, assure you un'vold'ble detention, as sure you! 'Sail right, though; 'jail right now. Allow me. Miss Carden." and he, stepped forward to offer his rm. John Burt remained by Jessie's aide. "Do lot dare to apeak to me. sir!" crloj Jessie, shame and anger ...

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