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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 7 July 1904

-lsA tout Wlt With Bolare. Bolero are among th fw cctsiv rle of dres that ar almost universal ly becoming and ar among the moit aafclonable of all garment at th present time. Thli Terr attract! -waist includes one that ahowt plaits over the thouldert. which (Ire the broad line, and wid sleeves of elbow length that are most effective over the full puffed ODes of the waist Aa Illustrated the bolero and belt are made of antique gTeen taffeta, trimmed with ecru lace and hall fringe, while the waist Is of white mull tod matches Jf 4' I 'I ' -m "A the skirt; but bolero and skirt oftet are made of the same material, with the waitt of some thinner fabric. Silk, wool, linen and cotton are all to used and all can be rendered charming, but nothing ts lovelier than the linen and mercerized mnteriala, which are very mearly legion. The waist consists pt a fitted lining, which can be used or omitted at pre ferred, front and bark of blouse, with the full sleeves, and the bolero, which It quite sepa...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 7 July 1904

.1- The Tribune. UHI, I1. ( 'KMI1, M9IMI.H, UUKkHI. Rdliorraad Pafclt.hcra. obtnrlptlotiKatrai ln Tear I ITi ts M'Milh.. Sit. Honihi.,..,M I Singla Coplaa. I nine d aotHn, to idt act of Conretn the poM offica at Rick Hill, aa aeoond dau mall maitet KtPLCLICAN NOVIMIS. For President THEODORE ROOSEVELT. For Vice President, C1IAS. W. FAIRBANKS. For Congress, J. FRED RHODES. Republican Convention Dates. State convention, St. Joseph, Jul. 37. judicial convention Jefferson City, Sept. 15. Democratic Convention Dates. Democratic national convention, St, Louis, July, 6. Democratic state convention, Jef ferson City, July 19. Be sure you've got the votes, then go ahead if you're right The democratic "Gabfast" is in fullblast down at St. Louis. The nomination of Roosevelt for president and Fairbanks for vice president suits The Tribune ex actly. Bryan and his followers will find a D B Hill to climb before they ttet in the band wagon, down at St. Louts. With wheat last week at $i.oS and the bin...

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. — 7 July 1904

K J LOCAL URIEL'S. The small hoy hid the right of wy July ith It il.d.i'l ruin on the fourth of July after 6 a. in. John Smith lays the fourth of Ju ly only come once a year. W. V. Ferguson took in the Jop lin Democratic contention last week Shoot, Luke, or give up the gun" wm she order ot cht day last Monday. , Mr. Chas. Collins returtieJ to her home in Roslyn. Wash., last Saturday. John A. Connelly, wife anil moth er, Mrs. Slater, spent the fourth at Eldorado Springs. A. II. Thatcher is visiting the Louisiana purchase Woild'i Fair at St. Louis this week. 1'cople by the carload went out of Rich Hill Monday to celebrate the fourth elsewhere.. Dr. Mater will be in his dental ollice from Tuesday morning to Saturday noon every week, tf T. J. Kimhiough, of Chanute, Kas., with bis family came in Sat tit Jay to vi'ii 1 is old home folks. Mr. li. F. Suddarth will spend the summer at Wheatland, Wyom ing with a daughter who lives there. It. A. Juid, wife and sen wrnt to Foit Scott and other ...

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. — 7 July 1904

Three Words There are three Irnnni I would write. Three word, at with a burning pen. In tracinire of eternal light, t'pon the heart of men. Have Hop. Though eloudi environ And tiadnea hldee her far In acorn. Put oil the ahadow from thy brow; No Bight but hath IU mora. Have Faith, Where'er thjr barque M driv en . The calm's disport, the tempest's mirth Know this: Ood rule the host of hear n. The Inhabitant of earth. liar Lore. Not lor atone for one. But man. aa man, thy brother call; And scatter, like a circling tun. Thy charities on all Schlilar. O fff' ' 1 f' Copyright, JSfll. by Dally I think my mistress, Pailomene, the most beautiful woman I ever saw yea, and the sweetest and the gen tlest and the best. And she says that, next to my father, she loves me bet ter than any dog she ever knew. But I am not the only one who loves Philomene. The Man has often said to me. when Philomene wasnt around: "Paddy, old man, I really Je!leve you love your mi&tres nearly as much as I do;" whi...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 7 July 1904

8 JOHN BURT ll y ar"damT Aelbcr ef "The kMiwppsd WlltSmlm." tVril Mfe s Declrtne." Cte. IVtrTmilHT. IWJX, T All MtU I OorVKKIHT, iws. v rtiwau Irata AUAVS rfwt A- 1. l easel. Mtlm. CHAPTER XII Contlnud. Two hundred feet from the bouse the dog paused and sniffed the air. Then, wlil a yelp, be plunged to tbe right, made tor a rock which showed dim through the inuw, and burrowed frantically into a drift on Its leeward aide. In the white mass Wake aaw a dark object, and ai be reached the rock tt moved. The next Instant a bearded face appeared from the fold tf a heavy fur overcoat, and a nan Uroggled uasteadlly to hit feet. "Can jmi walk?" shouted Blake, grasping him by the arm. "I think o," aald tbe atrang?r, aa he grasped the rxp. 'How far ta it?" "Not far," replied Blake, encour agingly. "Pull on the rope. It will help you." Once in the cabin, the stranger seated hlmar-lf near the atove. while Biake produced a flask and heaped fuel on the lire. "Keep your handa and feet away from the ...

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. — 7 July 1904

V- t 1 N-.--- V,. wsmi' I.J ouwi V. ;! p. GAS I! GIVEII AWAY to Users of In" Addition to ilio Oon:u!ar Free Premiums imsrM Vould, like a. Check like This? lYe Kate Awarded $20,000.00 r?i0f aor ISrs fomest- Presidential Vote Contest HI w re if Five Lion - Heads cut from " Lion Coffee , Packages and a 3 cent tamp ent.is.lc you (in addition to the regular free premiums) to one vote. The 2-cent stamp cov ers our acknowledgment to you that your estimate is. recorded. You can send as many estl mates as desired. GrarJ First Prize sf $5,000.03 will be awarded to the one who Is nearest correct on both our World's Fair and Presi dential Vote Contests. . Wo a'.to offer 1 5.000.00 Special Cash Priies to Grocers' Clerks. iPartlcalars la each caw of Lion Code.) What will ba the total popular vote cast lor fresiucnr. (votes ior an can :' dtuates combined) at the election v o - . o vteted A mates received in Woolson Spice Corn el pany's office, To'.edi, O., on or before ivovemuer a, jjo-j, i win gi...

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. — 14 July 1904

ElHLjI jLJaLici VOLUME Ifl UICII HILL, MISSOURI. THURSDAY JULY 14, HH4. 3(. 41 RICH TRIBUMISo Your n;tme ami addre neatly printed on too pure white rnve-j lope of good quality and regula- i tion tize for 50 tent, at this, oflice. I You ought to have iIjciti in these day of progress. Job work of all km.i cheaper nnd better than any other u:!icc in Rich Hill. iiEirsiw a M.--i-n Ki: Uut, TrtftrtltM tat tte! r.4 Trri:jnt-, Ct ARKAHMAM HAHSAS OKLAHOMA 1 hoi Am rntnTOfrr TCMAM AHO Tttgi rrczsrr Mwt,r ALABAMA AHO THF SOUTHEAST Ri.;ffJ r: in tsm all tit year to 1. e'.cu .- Iji-O l-air;. Al rri m.z dicu a i imc-r 1 !. n tit-cxa ot i' red UMlJti. 1 .KL? l UA.LlA M KItll II 1 1. 1, MllOlUt, I'i.tah in. KnnaClty Mail and Ex- pn-n r,;r, a. m. Tcxa, Oklahoma V Mem phi. Mail and Epn p. ni . 'nrbon CVnt.-r 1:4. p. 111. AltttlM'M. Knm-a City Mall and Ex- .re i:2... in. l'exa. ilati. .iuii ami Mem phis. Mail an. I Expn !i-"l a. 111. Carl. mi iVim r ....ri.40 p. m. For d tail. .) information In nxard ...

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. — 14 July 1904

THE TRIBUNE JkMKiK H. KUCB.SBY Eds. rublUbara. won HILL, M ISSOC MI. The bonne of Hoo-Hoo at the world" fair baa been unconcatenated, aa It were. Baltimore haa suppressed kissing In the public parka. Baltimore la still acrvous about rem fixation a. And when Edward and William had finished their -spiels on peace the band struck up " Twaa but a Dream." The fellow who annoyed a monkey ty Bijlng Mm a lighted cigarette waa lacking In brotherly consideration. If yon attend a "dawnee" !tl Lon don, don't reverse, no matter how flix y you get Ifa exceedingly bad form. Texas watermelons average one pound lighter this year. And once more the colored mm get it In the neck. We are now getting around to the days when a man really feels 'more negligee than he looka and that's a plenty. Jan Kubellk haa become the father of twins. We nominate hlra for vice president of the Anti-Race Suicide as sociation. It Is about time for Russia to re ceive another of those permisslona to take her Black sea fleet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 14 July 1904

JOHN BURT A-tfca t4 "Tba tMM4 MIHtaaalr." I Hill l T iwrs. ir rl'.li Lruia AKIN All rKhu CHAPTER XII. Continued. I've been past It a hundred llmei. I struck a pick all around there, and never found ore," tald Hlke reflective ly, "but tbat prove nothing. A thou sand poodle walked over the Little Calaveras before I found the Kilt. Wall. John." he concluded. relapsing to the familiar Yankee drawl, "'don't this beat time. a Uncle Toby Hayne used to say?" "It certainly ti remarkable." said John Burt, folding the map. "How Jld you hipjen to select this particu lar spot. Jim?" "JuBt happened to, that's all," M the laconic reply. I laid out claim all along here, but this one seemed the most likely." "I suppose your claims cover the frround Indicated on this map, don't they?" sked John. "It don't make a bit of difference whether they do or not." asserted Blake with much vigor. "If you End ore. the claim Is yours, John, and don't you forget It!" "Supposj we no partners In the Fallor min-?," s...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 14 July 1904

The Tribune. gku. r. ntcRiuiv, MARN1B H. HIXKKHV. Krtltoriaad ITabM.hari. 9nr Year ijlm Month.. SabaorlptlonHata.i .......... I Ta -.-. &wit Copt...... ..SB ..03 Fntrrrd N-nllt.f l IS. ! CwIiull lbt en sffc Rka Hill. "" " RtPlBLICAN N0M1MES. For President, THEODORE ROOSEVELT. For Vice President. CIIAS. W. FAIRBANKS. For Congress, J. FRED RHODES. Republican Convention Dates. State convention, St. Joseph, Jul. 27- Judicial convention Jefferson City, Sept 15. Democratic Convention Dates. Democratic state convention, Jef ferson City, July 19. Bryan got the platform, but Hill got the candidate. A block of f 600,000 Kansas City Mo., water works bonds sold a few days ago for $633,937. It won't be long until the Mis souri Democracy will be bowling it self hoarse for Parker and Davis. will not get discouraged but try his hand slang the same line ngnin. We believe the Judge Knows .1 w hole lot of things the rest ol us don't. THE UDIRAL 01 MCE HOLDER. We are no more in favor of )ie dominat...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 14 July 1904

LOCAL IMII.FS. J Hals at cost it the UttttT. "Waurmillions" arc on the mar- KEITH No rin Saturday. No rain on Sunday. None again on Monday. Clear dat Tuesday and Wed nesday. No sign of rain. John Si a title with his family, lias moved to Colorado to live. L.icky Hill's tig 25c tent show will le tare next Monday, the iS. V. T. Duvail lias gramteware, tinware and fruit jats for tale cheap. II. G. Cook and wife, of llutier, visited in the city the fiist of the week. Joe March came home from the Woi'd's F.ir and Democratic con vention Sunday. i,u.ie F. M. TiiMci, of I'.inama was in the city Monday, looking after businrss iimiIUi. Dr. Slater will be in his dental office from Tuesday morning to Saturday noon every week, tf Mrs. Mary V. Taylor departed last Saturday f ir Kansas City on a visit to relatives and friends. There can be no just complaint cf our vegetable or berry market. There is an abundance of the best. A f'.ie at Montrose last Thursday nipl.t i!tstroed n pool-room, a sa loon...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 14 July 1904

5onjj Wnn l-4 rnWn ntl'n mmttif An-1 fhrijuh'a mM t hf-aM In the .1!tnnt, dVw y wtvnllntl, I tk .he npi: lt of n hml; V hrii h iW flint 4Wilklnff To th iwuty f th 1hv Thm, O Invt mv hnri makes must In a lover 'a roumlt'lay. WVn the urolrVn Pun hnn mntithM An1 the nllow iwttl low. When the dnyllRht it-fm rtumtng In the flunhmK afterglow: Whn the finMts hiiht their lenterne Ant) the m)nt Is on the dH Thn, love, my heurt tnakea uualo In fc l'ivr' vlllanelln. William Wallace WhltrtAck, In Neir York Herald. VfiM ME IS (Copyrltrhc, 1901, by Sh looked across a shimmering waste of barren sand and withered buffalo grass, from which the heat wave radiated until the distance was hazy with them. A few distorted cac tus plants reared their weird forms In the heat, and here and there a dead and parched mesqulte bush helped to break the monotony of the scenery. Afar off, to the southwest, the tops of the mountains in Old Mexico could be seen faintly, miles and miles away. She liked to speculate ou...

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. — 14 July 1904

A Trip to Colorado, UUh or California la not complete unless It embraces the most beautiful resort and grand est scenery In Colorado, which ar found on tli Colorado Midland Rail way, tb hlgheet standard gauge lino la the world. Exceptionally low sum mer round trip rate to Colorado In terior atate pwltits, I'lah. California and the Northwest are offered by Ibis Una. I'or Information address Mr. C. II. Speers, Ocneral I'assengcr Agent, Denver, Colo, Bavarian Arc Progressiva, The Bavarian Trade Uuieum ha adopted novel Idea to interest as well aa to Instruct tho public and purchaser of toya by aendlng out traveling lecturers, who ahow th practical working of tho toya by meane of modela In actt'a) operation. Some cf the more Interring toya thua demonstrated Incl-jde: A com plete railroad train, which can be run backward and ford, alow or fast, and topped at wllL English Women Dull. An authority ay that American women are, for the roost part, more thorough, more intelligent, better In for...

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. — 14 July 1904

co vrAns EXPERIENCE r D vi r rag Tft'tc Mami 'MlHV Copvmionti Ac. riMi-'kir rr sjmmn fr rr Hiri-TMt'-n ! I"' hurnf fxuli!tMk. '!. nni- Hnt tr. 4.M.WI m onc'V fs.r swnmi mH4MiIsu rtril luaffl ItiruMifh fciufiU A Ofc riT tswou Mtia, without ctnr. Id lh Scunuiic Jiir.crican. 9ajW t by alt ftfw4ilr. ronr f . (ir p.iinlh. Ui & Co."'8" New York iuumJi unit, ras r M- wuiwn, u. Start an Herb Garden. Fortunes In lliKtiir. (lolitrn Hrul hiiiI Me ttetrit. nil lii.il'l iiieil tcai I'ljititK. I'.fiKlly crown tind hardy ttiroucliout tin? . r. .mwiijs a rvndv market niul demand lucrcnstiiK Hootn In your garden t. srmv thousands of dollar' worth. e sell roots and seed. Plant In lull. Itooklct ami inimulni lillliiK nil About It V. Write tiMlny. o.AUK ;lsi:Nii r. Ivp't V., Jojilln, Mo. JOB PRINTING y DR. G. N. SHARP, ma c gist And Manufacturer of Family Remedies. I J Hare you a cough or are sufTerlug from a cold? If eo try Ir. .Sharps COUGH AND LUXG KKMEDY. If you are troubled with indigestion or...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 21 July 1904

T TP' TKJLB hi i I ! LL. VOLU.1IK 1.1 BICU HILL, MlS.sOUKI, THUIISOAV, JULY 21. ItKJ.. RICH Arc You Interested L( YOIT fAUE TO KNOW OF THE MAKVELOL'ti D K V E I P M E N T NOW OOINU ON IN The Great Gcntral South? OF INNUMERAm.KOl'FOI.TrNITIE- FOU YOUNG MFN OH OLD ONES TO (.ROW RICH? Iioyou want liliiow about rich fanning lands, fertile, well located, on n Trunk Elite R.-ulroml, which will prodm-e two, thn-e ami four crops ln!i! llii- wiitin tli Id cm-li voir? Land uow to 1 had at from $.1.00 to $.".00 mi in I.' If, h m ill lv worth from ril.OO to edVU w Ithlu 10 yearn? About iiv k i-.iUiiir n !;. .", t!n cvtreme of w In t'r feeding U lut nix (ftj short wit-U'.' of pi. me vi here truck growing uu fruit mining yield enormous rvturim each year? Of n land wliere you can lire out of doors every day In the .Tear? )f opport unltl.-s fur establishing profitable manufacturing lndtit rli's; of r'.rli mineral LxaUoii. aud splendid buinf. openings? If von want to know the detail of any ir all of...

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. — 21 July 1904

THE TRIBUNE Rica hill, The not batiloRhlp Kentucky Is said lo be awlfL ''b Blue Grasa ctato al wayt did procure racers. Qnl. t wedding ere now said to be Hie proper caper. Designed to harmo- nlie with the divorces, probably. The Atlanta Journal ay that ten don "proper," la but a small town. I!ut then, so much of it la "Improper." A Fan Francisco man la now suing Ms wife for divorce because she will not talk. There's no accounting for tastes. To the residents of Port Arthur the case of the Trenton (N. J.) man who never Bleeps does not seem at all re markable. Tbe difference between the Fourth of July and Thanksgiving la that one has its night before, the other It morning after. In not liking the wi American yachts are sailed, the kaiser is assur ed of the hearty sympathy of Sir Thomas Lfpton. In Boston the pianoforte is now used to assist in the cure of nervous dis eases. Eccentricity always was Bos ton's forte anyhow. This is the time when the cam paign songwriter makes the inventor...

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. — 21 July 1904

A Question Ann U K irntt'1 of funny m'v1 fi-i t n tiif nvf, ( nil r h h ftltur 1 ft-ft y lr j In r.n unrtttm. r tsijil It Hi J, T'i3i'riiiw r"''t tf'i frm!- l . I f.tn I piiikft i i tT'y rrtnd hi' h mH J of nil In noMiiui. Jlvr hs'r I rM. Iif-r rh-k r fn'r-w 'I i)v rlf lnt tiHi'if-, '. ff't: H"r a.)? ! Iilu Jsi.it F'.fl Blt.j lJutM At )lrt. U-t-y tw-s-tri t M ," Vt H I fc'k iTif, wsI 1 ) H,.in V -Ji-I t .ttiit , it , V -r it (nil nofilV. U (- It uiuny jj.i ta ot . ir -New York llVraltl 6 Copyright. lOil. bjr The "hortatory Tb barenest of the lofty frescoed room ha1 been relieved by hangings of ancient Upnlrf where was or frayed :n dim green tint, as of ee depths. ;he story of Circe, Swlnen? lamps and yellow candles, thick as man' wrist, in tall, ecclesiastical can dlesticks, cart a aoft light o'er the wombrs antique furniture. Great brasi howls of red rosea made splashta of color In the deep shadows. In a high, carved arra-cbalr. br the open wjod Are a woman sat, listen lof and mail...

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. — 21 July 1904

The Tribuni NAWXIB R. HIT KM. v ..... Jhnr Monl..... SiPfit t,opw.... ,1 poKsMiw i Btc Mill. "J ' ," """ RtrtXltUN NCKIMIS. For president, THEODORE ROOSEVELT. For Vice Ft esident, CIIAS. W. FAIRBANKS. For fcongress, J. FRED RHODES. We are all gold bug now. The Wotld's Fair attendance last week was over 500,000. Davis has been a favorite name with democracy ever since jS6o. It it just possible that Port Ar thur will keep falling till it hits the ground. We are all in favor of the Para ma Canal, but, we want our friends to build it. When a man imagines he is the whole cheese, it is tune to pare him down a bit. "Dammet" is the Swedish name dust. It is also the name Ameri cans often apply to dust. Several Gold bug Democrats from Rich Hill are attending the Demo cratic convention at Jefferson City, this week. A warm heart, even though it contains tome faults is better than a flawless machine without soul or sentiment. Lets see, wasn't it Grant who said the democracy would break its back ...

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. — 21 July 1904

MUMiurt Ittl(lc Tim Card miu iii Miri. r. i.ovm ami n. No. "', l'iirrx,... No. '.'I l'lt t I'M..., No. :;o lirnvi .1-' r.o j). us. .10:10 ji. in. NO. 104 (L.HItl) 11)15 A. III. W KT HOt XIl, I T, WOTT 'KttTKAL. No. No. : 7 ITIVCH . '.t IIIYO) .I) p. m. ,.5:4.1 ti, in. Bflt'TH ilill'MI. No. Cl Ai-rlvm HAI a. in. No. "7 ArrlviM 12.5.1 p. m. No. 21 Arrive MM p. in. No, M l ( lnl) p. in. m KAHT liolMi ,PT. WOTT ( rNTKAU No. .14 Arrlviti 12:1 p. ill No. 4U Arrive .. 10:0h p. id It. A. IUilkt, Aft. The Prospsro us Soalhwest Th current iswueof thei M l.VO Ci l N 1 KY. Ikiii hy the riiNwii Kvr l'pnrtiiMii of the M., K. AT.. K'y. (si. lvii!i j:is-ei n very rtnn- ll(I' lfWrl'tioll f tilt' I'lVN'lll u';y rf;:::i!t!uu in;, I tin ninny ml-vtintnz'-x that the Hunt liwet of fer to the le.u.e wefcer nnl lnve tiir. Tin- iovcrii iiicii t l;iJ r-rop nml Mock report tliov ttint the Sunt hsvet l In ii very prr,ern nml lloiirililnf eititdiiioii. The pI'r I very nttraetlvely illUKtra (I with farm nl lire ...

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. — 21 July 1904

JOHN BURTlS" AuttM ft Tit ).MiHprl mlttlmwlre,,, "CoIoimI Moe'oe Pectrme," rc CkiPTRIilItT. tl!, VT I Ml rlthU tVrVatoMT, IW'.I T ritmi.nn tciiatt Aimva I rexrwl A. J. 1 n ill DPI. V: f CHAPTER XIII Continued. At the sight of the ore, and of the dull plr.au of the nugget, ft wonderful transformation took place In John Hawkins. He gaied at the ore with the rapt look cf en enthusiast The weight of ihe nugget told Its own story. "Go ahead and tell me about this." he said abruptly. "You look like an honest man, and it's ft waste of time to lie to me. What have yon got, and tow did you pot It?" In a matter of fact way John Burt related the story of the discovery and development or the Sailor Mine. -This may be worth looking Into," aid the capitalist. "111 send an ex pert to Investigate It and make a re pott" He rang ft bell and ft boy re sponded. "Go and tell ravld Parker I want him," he ordered. "Until we hare arrived t some ten tative agreement or understanding, I dont care to have you...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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