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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 16 June 1904

'HfflE D)DDD ooooooooocoooca Which Toot Walkt tho faster? You may think this a very fllah question to ask, but It itT There It no catch About It. t , , plmpi, 4ro. nnstrable ftct which you can nrove tu your own aatisactlou la a very few minutes. If you will take any pavemtn' the! la clear of other pedestrian, so that there thill b no lnterftrenre. and walk briskly in tho center, you wiil find that before you bar gone a hun dred yardt you will have veered ery much to one aide. You munt not make any eonrefous effort, of course, to keep to the center, or you may do It; but if you will think of aomelhing and endeavor' to walk n.tni-.n. i i. hundred to one you cannot keep a direct line. "The explanation of thlt lien In tho peculiarity of one foot to walk taste than the other. Or. to he more cor rect, r-rt.apt It should be said that one leg takes a loncer stride than tho other, and this, combined with tho quicker movement, causes one to walk more to one side than the other. It lp well kno...

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. — 16 June 1904

Mlanoiirl riW;Mc Time Card. NUItTIt HOI M, fT. 1,H"I ANl K. C, No. I'fl Leaves ?:'1 ft in. No. 1U IirnvcH I. m. No. "0 la'iivc , 10:10 p. in. NO. lot (Loenl).., 10;l,a. in. w i:kT IiiiI'Mi, fT. imiitT KNTIUI.. No. r.7 lnve 1:M p. in. No. :ti Ianvcsi rM."i a. i4 KOI'TII lliit'MI. No. 21) Arrive 5A"i ft. in. No. 27 Arrive I'.' .V" p. in. No. iTi Arrives..... 10:10 p. m. No, 1M (lx nl) .".no p. hi, FAHT HtNI ,I"T. HI'IITT CKXTHAt.. No. .14 Arrive 12:20 p. m No. 40 Arrives :." p. id It. A. ISaii.f.v, Agt, y'i.4 BO YEARS' V rvormciurr 4 Thaoc Mark i DCSIGW8 't- i Cor V WIGHTS AC is iron M-nrflrj- a liVMrh nd d9Trrt-n mat ', -U B-",rtnin r. otMmtn fro wtihw i-r r-tii w-n l irht'T ii e.tK-. Cimiiinntr lnm ti-rt5TOfna.ti?iiiiL Haijtfxvfcfn I'atrntj r;l fn-. OMM ;-nr for WOUr.njr fsaUfflta, 1f ti' A4f4, Wi'hnat cfiwrga, iu tb $cfcr.i.l.c ....ericais. nilmtM a f n a-stett'tuV Journal. Tvr.ii. $ t r,0;N&Co.'B,.Newtcrk Reduced Kates Via the M. O. P. Ky. to the World's Pair, St. Louis. Mo. S...

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. — 23 June 1904

THE RICH HULL TREBUS TOLUMK IS BICII BILL, MIS80UUI, THURSDAY, JL'SE 23, IIK4 Your nimi and addrett neatly printed on loo pure white enve lope of good quality and regula tion tize for 50 cents, at this office. You ought to have them in thete day of progress. Job work of all kinds cheaper and better than any other office in Rich Hill. a Moarn Satlvar Use, TlKWtX CI fcnw wm9 TWriiorlaa af MtWfH AKXAMMAM OKLAHOMA mourn Ttsatrntrf ttx abb rarf I )IX mta$ssipm AiAiuma aho rut 1 mOVTHtMtt ! Esduocd rates la (Sees alt tbt JtU M Sru-le-ltjfbl,l trams. All eafsrvs sd f-in bsii snOrr tM Biuiut4 ot Ft Usrrsjr, I IBM Of irsisas tUCM BILt, MISsOCKI, Dkpabth. KtDtai Oty MaU and Ex press 6:43 a. m. Texa. Oklahoma & Mera- phla, Mail and Express 6:00 p. m. . Vrbon Center 4:43 p. m. Abhiteh. Kansas City Mali and Ex press 9:25 p. tn. Texas, Oklahoma and Mem phis. Mail and Express 9:.0 a. in. Carbon Cemer 5:40 p. 111. For defalked Information In regard to train service, rate, etc., apply to K. T. L...

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. — 23 June 1904

THE TRIBUNE Cwtt, p. nrcKrnT ANNIE H. liULUXDT Eds. Publishers. MltiSOCKI. The typhoid microbe ir pretty wideawake, but they are very easily taken In. However. Mr. and Mr. Mosquito are still Inughlng In their sleeves at the eminent scientists, After nun lakes more than 15.000 ibey quit culling It stealing and rater 10 It embersioment. An observer says that the earnings of married women are decreasing;. How about their expenditures? The mental anguish or a dry man In a wet district la exceeded only by Ifcat of a wet man In a dry district. - Now that "Josh Billings' Is dead. Prof. Davy Jonea of Lancaster claims to be the "greatest English speller" living. This talk about the useVssness ot the veriform appendix Is very fool Inn. It'a exceedingly useful to the doctors. The Duke and Duchess of Marlbor OHfrh are reported to be living- apart. There are only a few happy American duchesses left. The Pennsylvania clergyman who hot at a burglar the other day and hit him has tamed the thanks of...

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. — 23 June 1904

WOTiHl TOEig MISSOURI NOTES A Gtotry c JOy farmac prfltf.mm is.?n bt u a. t .- aa sUy. Uv ' Li' lv TV SS y r , iwa vcn, i. ip5V' U W LI u s a Ay I WB. W a L J saw J a? Te asjl'-or oC U. Kw Tiaaaw Wfl r; . KOfcXft Uat ttn a staa l-r & 7 . Ferly Vaara On. Forty yar on. when afar an4 asunder I s ro d are triiMW who are ainaiug to day. wh roti look ba. k and forjMfuily wi net-r What ,j were Ilka In your work and yur I la : Then M nmy be. there will often com -r yau Ollmr-ses bf notes like tha catclt of a Song Visions of byhood shall float them be fore .j, E.lioee of dreamland shall br them along Foil"" ur' Follow up! Follow up! Fol low Oil" Till ihr n14 ring again and again. With th tramp ol tha twenty-two men. Follow up! Follow up! (touts and discomfitures, rushes and ral I e Basra attempts!, and rescued, ani won fitrllr without anger, and art without mail-- Tt w wtil It 9m In you forty years on? Then vi1 j .i s:iy net a ferth min-ite Sira'rrd f - sxsia. brart, and the Hf erlriR kr...

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. — 23 June 1904

The Tribune. C1KO. P. NCCKKBT, MAHKII R. MICH, Bitltoraaad rabllahar. abcrlptlKlai fotYnr ....... ... t. I TW.M. ifct.. .8 I Smtl. Copik. ,o:l Rnttrcd OTi(lnf W h ' ' Conetlo It ott offo. at Rich Hill, team c-M ai.H M.itM Russia seems to be able to re lieve general! but is unabte to re lieve herself. If men grow like what they fee J upon, the eating of snails ought to slow down the surplus activity of the ace. A certain sect ot freelovcrs think the millenium will be when we shall love our neighbors as ourselves and our neighbors wives as our own. The Convention at Chicago is fix ing things just as well as we could have done it if we had been there. Our comments, if we have any will come in later. The Republicans at Chicago know just what they are eoing to do and what their platform w ill be and ao do the people. Doe any body know "where the Democrats arc at"? It is said the city of Glasgow makes $7,500 a year profit from the waste paper gathered up from the streets. This is probably...

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. — 23 June 1904

s ft l till i ii it 11 l.i liUUAii Din i ro. Ml The ll.ijar is the place lr bar pains. Headquarters for 4th of July fire works at Duvalls. Mil) or (iiitlith will deliver 11 4th of July oration at Metz. Mrs. Jns, Sheppatd ha relumed from her visit to relative in Cast county. Now :s tlie time to get a new hat for the Fourth. You can get one at cost at the bazaar. (jo to Duvalls for sky rocket, roman candle and all the latest fire woiks for 4th of July. A heavy rain fell last Friday night, another Saturday night and again Sunday afternoon. Dr. Slater will he in his dental other" from Tuesday morning to Saturday noon every week. t( Mrv J. K. Half accompanied Delegate Hales to the National Re public. convention at Chicago. Postmaster J. K. Martin took the noon train Sunday for Chicago, to attend the National Republican convention. During last Thursday night' s'orm, two horses in Brooks' pasture jut east ot town, were struck by ' lightning and killed. ( Thirteen fc'ates and territories an...

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. — 23 June 1904

JOHN BURTll,.r"?" A(kr e Tk K Knapped Mltaomlrva." -Gltaa' Mwn'i Oectrtne." Ctc CVirvK;n-r. T All nstitt tvrvwmirr, IK ev TTnvr san Uraaa adak nriri A. J. Daaaet, Ditoil CHAPTER NINt Continued. Two warm irmi were clasped around tilt neck-, a far wet with tear nestled for a moment on hi shoul der, and she kissed him twice, with the live kisses that com from the ' heart of a woman whose affection haa passed ttia mysterious border that sep arate friendship from love. "Good bye, John; Qod tries you and guard you I" " "Goodbye. Jessie; good-bye!" He watched her m ihe faded away from him and disappeared beyond the Tine wbich shaded the veranda. Under the arched maple where he had walked with Jessie so many time, and down the sandy road where they had loitered in summer day now gone forever, John Burt tinted the horse along. It was two mile to Peter Burt's, and he soon reached the gloomy old house. A fig ure stood by the gate. John rode for ward and recognized his grandfather. "You did wel...

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. — 23 June 1904

MRS. PIIIPPS IS DETERMINED TO REGAIN HER CHILDREN j I II! A great sensatltn la promised when Mra. Lawrence Thlrps, wife of the Pittsburg ' millionaire, answer in court to Lia suit filed against ter In DtT for diTorce. Mrs. Phlfps, who charge that ter hastand stole away from ber by force her two daughters and took them with fclm to Denver, where thy now are, declare that she will make a b! tor fight to regain possession of ber children. The children, tindrr an order of the IVnver court, are temporarily in charge of their father, but Sir. n.!pii aay the ecalior.al charge J. D. ROCKEFELLER'S WEALTH. Encrmoue Amount of Mcney Hi, of Under Hia Control. New a that John D. Rockefeller ha aureeeded In starting a I2.5"t',Ou" .) lulling con;.I,lnatlon naturally evoke the question. How much money la be worth and bow much money doee be control? Well Informed gossip ba credited fclm with a fortune of t!.i('0.o,o'o. lie Is the chief stockholder cf the "standard OH Conuary. lie ha a con trolling: i...

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. — 23 June 1904

Missouri rnrlfle Time Card. DR Q SHARP, IHILUOI.HT NOItTIt llOI Nll, fT. MHIM AMI K. :. No. '-v. i.cmvi" n m. No. "4 I.envn l'"0 p. in. Nil "0 leaven 10:10 i. in. o. Ml (Local) vy.v a. in. WKriT HOVND, FT. NCOTT t'KNTMAI.. No. f!7 Iieivve Ni. leaves ,., 'TTII lKrM No. U'! Arrives No. 27 Arrive No. "jr. Arrives.... No, KM (Local)... .1:X p. in. ..5:45 a. in. ToTt a. m. 12:33 p. in. 10:10 p. in. n:no p. iu. EAST MMWTI ,FT. worT i:ntkau No. "4 Arrives. ..12:20 p. in No. 40 Arrives ' U:55 p. id j II. A. Uaii.kv, Agt. i.A.M. 'SO YEARS i, "f EXPERIENCE , Tradc Marks DCftlGNS Copyrights Ac. lii rtt'l ' f 0'Hi3iiftiHiit. I i j.1xvk on lntnLs I niff tti rii..i !f.r;.uh Vur.n A Co. rucwlTf Scusuific Jlnrlcan. rtiirtU'in l fcjt liii" J':!Til. Torn:. 3 S Ketluced Kates Via the Nf. O. I1. Ky. to the World's Fair, St. Louis. Mo. Season tickets on sale .April 15th to Nov. 151I1, 5 13.35. round trip. 60 day tickets on sale April 25th to Nov. 15th, $10.05, round trip. 10 day tickets on sale April 27...

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. — 30 June 1904

3 TP J2A RICH MILL TRIBUME 0 - i ii i. i i iii -i - ,n i - ,r VOLUMK IS KIC1I UILL, MI8SOUUI. THURSDAY, JUJsK 30, I04. Sa. 43 - ' : i i " . ' r i ! ' i ' printed on loo pure white enve lope of good quality and regula tion size for 50 cents, at this office. You ought to have them in these day of progress. Job work of all kind cheaper Mnd better than any other office in Rich Hill. the wise enrs WAT A MvVrn Rl!wT LlMk TriTtTSlfi tb 5K- Termor l at ARKANSAS KANSAS OKLAHOMA mdiah rnvHToitr TEX AM AKO Ttftt ' MltSIXSIPPt Alii B A MA AKO THF SOUTH LAST Braced nt la tSeel til Iht res M 1EI IK ill T Frit Srnrm erMt sttie-rraUtnihA, S-clnc-iiKM.1! train. Ail cr tod tfinu tail, under it" nnuweuiMiiot rd Uarrttjr. KICU UILL. MIXSOCRI. DKPARTH. Kansas City Mall nud Ex- prvx 6:43 a.m. Texan, Oklahoma & Mem phis, Mll and Expre 6.00 p. m. nrton Center 4:43 p. m. A I! t( IV KM. Khi!h ("Ity Malt and Ex- pn-MM :2."p. ni. lYxn. Oklahoma ami Meiu- . phi. Mail mid Exptvs 9:M a. m. CnrtMdi (VmiT I:40 ...

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. — 30 June 1904

THE TRIBUNE S.ICII HILL, MXSSO'JKI. The rpie;n of Holland 1 Mid to b an enthusiastic farmer. Luckily she can afford it. The front In a wonderful animal. Think of tho thing! it eats u4 tl rich milk it give. It would be something of calamity If one of those floating mines should strike the sea aerptnL A New Jersey bridegroom fainted at the altar the other day, but It ia But recorded that he "got away. When a woman is mad clear through sometimes you can tell It by the extra sweetness ia her sniii. When you see portrait of Mrs. Eiiss, that octoroon adventuress of New York City, you wonder still more. If ppace Is scarce they can desig nate Just as well by printing the names of the two opposing generals, Fatkin and Ki. Another trouble about educating the pi rig is that they get too wise to put up with man's rules for the regulation of wives. Sea serpents come In striped effects this summer. Proprietors of resorts will have to repaint their old serpents or lose trade. Georgia farmer cured ...

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. — 30 June 1904

at... S JTL. :. I ! ty Table Embroideries. The prevailing mnln llow un'lmtt ed varletle and shapes for center piece and luncheon cloth, although, perhaps, the very newest are cut Into deep scallopa, or eijuare-round. like big leaves. Trnerlffe work t very effective on linen covers ai.d Is used a great deal In conjunction with drawn work and lace. In embroideries the work aeems to be all white, or else a combination of rainbow hues on the order of Bul garian or Mexican embroidery. This 1s especially adapted to a rlemUh oak or dark walnut table. There t such a craze for etsmlne that U is even used on the table now This la resllr very beautiful when worked In dull cottons with Urge con Tentlonal designs. The nstural-colorwd linens are not so much used a formerly; the taste runs more to gauzy tenures, although can Tas Is not seldom to be found. The Sweeping Hats. The bats fashioned for smart wed dings are large. When poke bonnets re used tbey do not attempt to fol low the conventional m...

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. — 30 June 1904

The Tribune. or.o. r. BiCKriu, NANMK It. HH K-BT. Rdlioriknd roblUhcr. . SBtrlttlaKtst ftncVtar ... ..!. I Thru Month.. alouth.. .00 Single Copx.. .03 t.ntrrtd ronlln to lti cl o( Congrtialu iht pottafc jtti RIcS II its, t-oonJ dau mill maim RLPtClICAN NOMINLtS. For 1'rcsiJent, THEODORE ROOSEVELT. For Vice President, QIAS. W. FAIRBANKS. For Congress, J. FRED RHODES. Itepublican Convention Dates. State convention, St. Joseph, Jul. 27; judicial convention Jefferson City, Sept. 15. Democratic Convention Dates. Democratic national convention, St. Louis, July, 6. Democratic stale convention, Jef ferson City, July 19. Wherefore seeing- you also ate com panted about with so event n cloud o( witnesses (3000 or more) lu us lay aside every weight, and the sin which doth so easily beset 11 and let us run with patience the race that is sot before us. For when the race is won there will be moie pie to distribute and When that illustrious day arrives, And all our friends combine, Enrobed in victo...

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. — 30 June 1904

lie liuzuar i the place lor tar- Rains. See the latest in lummer dress goods at the liazaar. W. A. Kithcart came in on the excursion train Sunday. lkadquatters for 4thof July lire wot ks t Du vails. Miss Aleue Beasley has returned from a visit to relative at Pittsburg Kan. If you want a girdle or a collar form, you can find them at the Ba- Bert Keppert of Kansat City, visited relatives in this city over Sunday. C. H. Meek, of Joplm, came in Sunday for a s'nert visit to hit fath er, Mr. A. J. Meek. Now :s the time to get a new hat for the Fourth. You can get one at cost at the Bataar. Miss Dacotah Vhte is clerking at the Bazaar, while Miss Maxie Bell is away on her vacation. Go to DuvalU for sky rockets, romsn candle and all the late.'t fire works for 4th of July. Dr. Slater will be in his dental o!hce from Tuesday morning to Saturday noon every week, tf Chas. Falor ar.d wife have re turned from their visit to the Fair well satislicd with then trip. Mi Donna (Jeiger is visiting her a...

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. — 30 June 1904

JOHN BURTll?rVA"f Aafker ol "TIM KMmpH Mllltmtrvt,'' oImmI Mount ! DMtrlM,' ttc rvpTmniT, iwit, ht All rt(hM I OorvsuiHT, lui wv Fn.n liepaM AkaUS I icMrml L J, DssisL Hinlit. 5 CHAPTER X. -Continued. "Tell y what we'll dew." said Sam. "Irow many yards does It take fer a dress? Fifteen? All right Well Rive ye sixty cents a yard cash. What d'ye say, Mr. Farnsworth? It tt a bargain?" "AH right," groaned the merchant. "It learea me nothing, but I'll do It aa a favor. Of course you want some black for fimrninss?" "Sure." replied Sam. "Something about twenty-five cents yard." suggested Mra. Round. She felt like one who, having fallen from grace, decides to go to perdition with flying colors. No one in Rehoboth ever had possessed black Bilk gown with lace trimming. ' "Here Is something at thirty cents a yard which I can honesty recom mend." said Mr. Farnsworth. After Inspecting cheaper qualities, on which Mr. Farnsworth (lied higher prices. Mrs. Rounds consented to the pur chase of eight ...

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. — 30 June 1904

Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound A Woman's Remedy For Woman's Ills, Early In tSr rctcrtlnf, Utt at night, or whenever used, Defiant Starch vul be found always the him, alvay the beat. Luiit on Kivir.g h, the meet (or your money. Satitlaction or snemfw back guaranteed. It hi manufactured under the latest improved coridi tiona. It a up-to date. It b the bit. We five no premium.! We sell 16 ounce of the bat rurch rmie (ae 10 cents. Other brand re 12 euncet to 10 cents -vith tin whistle. Oy Manufactured by THE DEFIANCE STACCH CO. Omaha, Neb. Wabash Train TO St. Louis COMMENCING JUNE 5(h. 1904 iaaa umii errr, . ri te m, aa arrH L' f Hi ITsTiea, t;H(.a, " fTf ar. lawa itssMa lawMa) T: t a. c. " EriPkr.ST-Pa'lMii 4:eiiorm. Frr Re C.lllMltKI l'(lJlM Mtcr tMiiwmifmi lup at Iwomiiucr Wiliih Is lt sslf ll w W( KI.I S K A I H M s ft llriiKii Trtln ftt. Ulll 4Un ft-r KAka'(tv A uu Astii tut T.crtorr ibs abaar. a. t. tXtClli. I. a. aWCttUaa. Tra. rass. sssot. tnwi Psas. tasss. Ml sTsrn. UUll...

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. — 30 June 1904

! MlPHOiirl Paclflo Time Curd, .'.illllll liiMMl, hi. I.UI'IH AMI K. C. No. 2ft leaven., ,.':i a in. No. C4 leaven I'.':"!! p. ni. No. oO leaven 1D;10 p. 111. NO. 101 (Uoral) 10:13 ft. in. WKHT IIOVMI, T. M'dTT ( KNTH A1 No. J7 leaven 1:00 i. m. No. Hi) limn n. in. HOI Til HOl'M). No. !?9 Arrive trX R. m. No. 27 Arrive I-:..' I. in No. 25 ArrivtH '. 10.10 p. in No, 10;l (Local) 3:P.O p. in, EAMT Il(rl ,KT. (MOTT I'KNTHAU . No. SI Arrive .....12:20 p. lu No. 40 Arrives S:.". p. id 11. A. Uaii.kt, Agt. aS,Mf CO YEARS ' xt ... 'EXPERIENCE li - 3 - "" 4 Tradc Maks DESIGN InTtHif! m prbnl.iT rMfMaM. Oimruunirv. text ( notlT r-mt)rt!,i l!an.l''oi on I'ntwiU f rw. f tiilMt aprrtfj far ouririr ln!. J'-tte-.ti tuAeu n;f'iich Mur.n Co reeclTt a-..1 nnttc wit h-at cJifnr, la Ui Scientific Jlsurican. rutfttton f n uriri tid J-oiTil. 1 frn-v $4 t MUNN &Co KswYcrk iiTuJl (itk. US T eu. TuhiAiui, IXC Reduced Itates Via the M. O. P. Ky. to the World's Fair, St. Louis. Mo. Season tickets on sale...

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. — 7 July 1904

HIIL3L TRiBUM3So CHE id? HrfMirr J. B1CU HILL, MI8SOUHI, THURSDAY, JULY 7, 104. 31. 41 volume 15 Your name and nldrtM neatlv printed on i n pure Jwhile lve. ; : . , , , , 1 lopes of good qn.l.ty ami regula- , lion me (or 50 cents at this otlice. I You ought to liave them in these day of ptogrc. Job wotk of all kinds cheaper hikJ better than any other otlice in Rich Hill. a Modern luiiwar Uaa, TrsTeraltf lie fcit r1 T.-rnuuK Of MISSOURI ARKANSAS KANSAS OKLAHOMA moism TTMtrroKt TEXAS AKO TH3 " SOUTH Wt ST MISSISSIPPt ALABAMA A MO THE SOUTH CAST Reduced met In tSvrX a!) the T M tWlr'c iiih wair.i. Aa cjftlr Cats and diouig i. uTir1-r ths trr.atfiieti ot 4t4 Mrv. ut m.u si KiCH HILL. MISHOIKI, IHri'AUTS. Kansas City Mail and Ex press G:4. a. m. Texan. Oklahoma Sc Mem phis, Mail and Express firou p. ju. Virbon Center. 4:45 p. in. AiunviH. Kaunas City Mall and Ex press 5:ip. m. Texan, t ikluhoiiin and Mem phi, Mail and Express a. lit. Carbon t einer ....V40 p. in. For detailed Information...

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 July 1904

I THE TRIBUNE men iulu MISSUS HI. The air cocktail is cheap. The beadache'ess feature also coinnicnds It. What fun Japan U storing on for "herself In "Investigating" her heroes Ttrr the war ) over! Residents of Port Arthur can prac tice economy in one direction. They 60 not need to bay alarm clock. Among those who think Derby Isnt all they claim it to be ta the lady whose beautiful train waa stepped on. There 1 a (treat deal of pretenae in the culture of some people. Tbey carry an Imitation gold case in a cha mois bag. They are passing around the doctor of letter degree more freely than BuaJ th. tea Ron. It make a Tery pretty bouJonniere. It 'a m queer thing that champion Jeffries, after surviving all the perils vt championship priie fights, should be disabled at baseball. "Does yonr lawn mower need sharp ening?" asks an advertiser, la big. large type. Of course It does. All lawn mowers alwaya do. Mr. Carnegie declares that he hat Iropfre'l because of his ability to employ men clere...

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