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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 21 July 1904

Bmltri Feund Everywhere. Sc.m if the Hiiiitha have got an far away from hosue as China. They htv ben tti"r lung enough to tm bibo Orlt clal bleat and to becorn1 e tsbllahed In trade. There In a fc'hatig , bat Smith and a Canton tftnlib. Kini'h of Bhanghal run to art, apparently; at any rat he la described aa a "mak r c.f tn cabinets." Smith of Can Un la probably an artist, too. in bit waj be la an auctioneer. Origin of Spat. Hiere did apat com fromT High land soldiers !ra thera first. lie cause of the bravery of hif'ander at l4rknnw and eisewher In India daring tbe Indian mutiny th people of England looked atout fur aora wax to allow their admiration. Scru tier of the bighland ores disclosed that spat were the moat aultabla for adoption, ao tbey war adopted and have been commonly worn ever tln.ee. Tha gamey Barer of meat li gained by the bacteria feeding upon IL Theaa develop within an bour after food ia exposed on pantry shelves, and long before tb favor la appre ciable to tbe tens...

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. — 21 July 1904

RITLCLICAN CO. C0NYLNT10N. A di-lpgaf- convention of the lie .-1 ' . , . Mismhiii is ntlttij miled unci id Butler, Mo., t the court house, on Saturday. Aug. 6, 1904 t 4 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of nominating candidates (or the following oflices,, towiti Representative, Prosecuting Attorney, Sheriff, Treasurer, Sur veyor, Public Administrator, Coro ner, County Judge Soutli District, County Judge North District and ior the transaction of uch other business as may properly come be fore the convention. Under this call each township or precinct will be entitled to the fol lowing number of. delegates. No. Townships Delegates. Mingo 4 Grand Kivor 2 1Kt Cwk 10 East Boone . 6 West Uoone 4 West Point 7 Elkhart 5 Mouud.... 5 Shu w nee 6 'Knrnr Knnanl precinct........ 2 spiuce jolmstown precinct 2 Deep water.. , 5 Summit ; ...... 4 Mt. Pleasant 25 Charlotte . 6 Homer ,t S ... , . f Foster urecJnct. 4 " alDUM Worland precinct 3 -ew omeNo 2 preCinct 1 Lone Oak f Lone Oak prect ... l'Uaant On...

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. — 28 July 1904

KIC ran JLit jLLJlILJLdJLd volume; in BICII IIILL, MIMXOCUI, THUI-SOAY, JULY 2H, ISK)I. S. An 1 1. Apt Are Yon Interested In the South? DO YOU OA RE TO KNOW OF THK MARVELOUS DEVELOPMENT NOW GOING ON IN The Great Central South? Of INNUMERABLE OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUNO MtN OK OLD ON Erf TO G ROW RICH? Do you want to know about rkli farminx lands, fertile, well located, on n Trunk Line Itallrond, whleh w ill produce two, three nad four cropa from the .-in).' field ciu-h year? Ijin.l now to 1 hud nt Irom f-1.00 to nn acre which will ! worth from !::um to fl.'ji.ou within 10 yearn? About Mi k raisiii- win-re tii- xtr-in if winter feeding Id but fx (6) Khort wiH-k)'.' ( ( w !."re truck growing and fruit raining yield enormous returns eru-fi yeitr? of ji ,md where you enti live out of door every day in the year? of iirt tttiltleN for cstoblii-hinjc profitable manufacturing lieliint r!t-f; of i'hIi miiternl local ion.' and eplendid luiHiiHw openings? If nm wnnt to know the detalta of any or a...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 28 July 1904

THE TRIBUNE rwcnrvr I . -..v,..k- !.it r - fclCII HILL, Tbo Hey of 'luiil arrived In Parle ind wa fi)W with, enthusiasm. Radium Ik going tip to $160,o0 an tninee. Please give us a nickel's worth. lliinlnoHa la tomi of tbe Iindon theater U raid to bo nearly a Jad m some o( the play. If that "decisive battle" at Ta Tche Klao come off the new will set verybody to snecxing. There would bo no talk of lynching In New Jersey If Jim I Ice were ai awlft and sure as Jersey lightning. Tbe British ghurkas have raptured the Gyangtse Jong. How clear the 'whole plan of campaign Is now! A summer girl who assumed the bncoilc role of milkmaid at Seabrook cm the Bay Is now wearing a gored Bkirt. There are times when one feels It rould have been more Judicious to pat the money in a mackintosh than tn a pxnaina. All New York's passenger boats are to be Inspected again. What a fine new lock the stable always bai after the torse Is stolen! A Kansas man has left his wife "because she was too kind to him." ...

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. — 28 July 1904

7 cr VETEIAR'S if t-, 1 1 - r i ' In Camp. I lay me d"n when tha day I clm rip Hritt tteo. A"t and gun, Ill World ImiilMi and I. HO began. Ah. Ih'.a la a Hllig a COaire! I lay m down In a leafy U!r, All iiwi to (.'are in thare vr CareT iknd dram i the balrny forftt air Ur the anu.ka of a fir-con fir a. Smoke that la town. Or ay on the blai-k o'er tha factory M from tramp, bull- uoa n. Put here, a It ranoplea over my crown. t"u aa my palace rrof ray 1 r. m my lips and blue from tha bowl cerulean blua the wreathe that roll, Kach but a fame der-rttig soul. Or my Idle f ancy a woof. But. ah! the color tot KlnJ',m ertee: And te c'lrr la ail f-v mr Kmirir ere: And all for my Mr the eors and aiaha Thai surge through lh softened eoul Tha iky lout blue Ih greet o' tha tier Tha a-a-uing stream In reproving brc-ese. Ah. 4ri-im by tb. lira with a King' own eaae An.t color tha pipe a wl bowl Till the light die down and the pip buriia t?-ep; Then i)- K-rt turua over and goea to alaap. VMIa. Th-A....

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 28 July 1904

The Tribune. mm. p. ill i k fc 11 v, KAH.N1F. K. HI U. Ritllnra and rabll.har. BhmrlptloKlt i D.,Vu) !. I 1 M. M.m.iK. . Si Monlhs...- .Ml I Sii(,! Coyi.. ys..t olHc t Kith Hill, K-conJ dan mtt tn.trtt RiriCLICW N0V.1MES. For l'residcnt, THEODORE ROOSEVELT. For Vice President, CHAS. V. FAIRBANKS. For Congress, J. FRED RHODES. Losses by fire for the first six months of 1901 amount to more than $35,000,000 per month, near ly $1,000,000 a day. Hon. John Q. A. Cope, of New Home, was in the city Monday. He has not gotten enthusiastic yet over the political outlook but thinks there will be an election in November just the same. Judge Tarker says, "I have ev ery confidence in the Democratic party." There are about 7.000,- 000 votes in the country that differ with the Judge. Mr. Bryan predicted that a cam paign with Parker as the candidate would "begin with a footrace and end with a route." The prediction at this writing bids fair to become a fact. The estimated product of the farm this yea...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 28 July 1904

1 Utntl IMMLLV S I LOCAL imiKFS. Hal at co,t ( t the Baaar. The Woild's Fair attendance last wetk was over 511,000. Geo Tor is suKRested lof sheriff on the republican ticket. Dr. Amci has returned home (or H few d.iys visit w?th hi fmi)y. Go to W. T. Duvall for a suit of overalls, at 92c and 98c. The bandboys social last week ttas a financial success after all. All kinds of summer good have been marked down at the Bazaar. . J. H. March and G. G. Cook kave returned from the Rosebud agency. Old newspapers, 5c for a big bundle at The Tribune otTice. V. T. Du.all has graniteware, tinware and fruit jars for sale cheap. Mr. and Mr. Geo. Lawson are entertaining Kama City friend this week. T. C Welch has built a neat looking addition to his residence, cor. bth and Maple. J. R. Hales and J. K. Martin are attending the stale convention at St. Joseph. Mr. 11. Loth, wife and children, have relumed from a visit 'to the World's Fair. Williamson & Montgomery's lumber yard, like a lady actor, i...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 28 July 1904

iet V OWiiiN lvJLJl Ivi'ham aoams Aalknr of 'TV s.tdnscr' Mitnnmir," "Cetems Mxof'l rtsetrliw," ft. fv r voter. 1J, FT I AM niiu Oipviiwt, lit V rtioifn Uf HAtf Aim I rvaarvmi A. J. l)mmU unmil CHAPTER XV. A Brilliant Campaign. James Blake yet longed for specula tive laurels. Ill one ambition was to arhlev some sweeping roup, and last the Inward Joy of triumph itwlfr far than the undeserved-fama which had amaitsed half a million of dol lar the temptation to rink tt was too strong to be rplstd. John Burt had just terminated a campaign which had netted him nearly a million in profit, nod John Hawkins bad been equally aoncessful. Blake saw a chance and took It. With nerve and skill he forced a stock to a point where vie tory seemed certain; bnt an nnfore eua event ruined hi chances at the moment when the apell of ill luck aeemed broken. The market turned, bat by a aeries of mores, brilliant as if inspired by success instead of dis aster. Blake saved himself from a complete rout, and em...

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

?8 I Q v 1 i Women who work, store, office or factory, very rarely have the ability to stand the strain. The case of Miss Frankic Orser, of Boston, Mass., is interesting to all women, and adds further proof that .woman s great mend in need is Lydia E. Pinkkim's Vegetable Compound, "Daa Mm. Pixkbam : I Buffered misery for several year. Mr back ached and I had bearing down paint, and frequent headache. I would often wake from a restful iWp in sucb pain and misery that it would be hour before I could doe nir ere again,. I dreaded the long eights and weary dara. I could do no work. 1 consulted different pbyaiciane h'pinir to eet relief", but, CndiDir that their medicine did not cure ma, tried Lydia ii IMnktiara's Y"jretabl Compound, as it was highly recomended to cue. I am glad that I did so, for 1 soon found that it was the medicine, for bit case. Very noon I was rid of every ache and pain and restored to perfect health. I fee! splendid, bare a fine appetite, and have pained la weight ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 28 July 1904

KLrtCUCAN CO. CGNUNTION. A delegate convention of the Kc puMican elector of Untes county, Mih.sour! is hereby called to meet in Uiitfer, Mo., nt the court house, on Saturday, Au;. 6, lyoj at . o'clock p. m. for the purpose of nominate ing candidates for the following of fices, towit: Representative, Pro secuting Attorney, Sheriff, Treas urer. Surveyor, County Judge South District, County J udpje North District and for the transaction of such other business at may properly come helot e ihe convention. Under this call each township of precinct will be entitled to the fol lowing number ot delegates. No. Townships Ivlegates. XinRo .' 4 Grand Kiver 2 iH-er Cmk 10 Knt Boone 5 We.t l!oone 4 AVest Point 7 l;ikliart , 5 Mound 5 Fhnwnce , 6 Ci.rn.u r)I(ira pnvim t - kI.iuw Johnstoxvn preeijjct ... 2 lVfpsv&ter 5 Kuinrnlt 4 Mt Pleasant ." Charlotte . 6 Homer 6 Vnlmit. ?et?r lH:lnet. 4 I Worland prrvlnct. Iirwlnot. No. 2 prveiuct. .... -1 .. 1 O f Lone Onk pnct... 4 I'lentsnnt Ciup "... 4 ....

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 4 August 1904

PT j IniJI .ii i. JlLJLL., n j3 VOLUMK 15 UiCII HILL, MiMOUUI. IHl'USDAT, AfGlisT 4, IOI. So. 4? TT74 Arc You Interested In the South? DO YOU t'A UE TO KNOW OF THE MARVELOUS DEVELOPMENT NOW GOING ON IN The Great Central South? OK INNUMERABLE OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUNG MEN OR OLD ONES TO GROW RICH? Da you want to hnow about rich farming binds, fertile, well locate!, on n Tr unk Line Ibiilrorid, whh h st ill produ.-e two, tlirw nnil fourcroitj from Hi i.:, 'in- Held fin h year'.' Land now to 1? had nt from fll.OO to fo.00 tin ri r w hh ti s ill lie worth from ijsta.OO to 1.. w ithin 10 year? About eliK-k r.iii jiir here tin extreme of winter feeding I but is (Gl sdiort vvvk? of oIm.t wberv truck finnvlnjr and fruit rateing yield pnormoun ret urn e o ii yeMr'.' f a bind w hen yon rrm li v out of door every day in the year? f npport unit Sen for t'stalilitdiins profitable timnufarturlns linlitxt r!-i; of rl.-ii inlm-ml loetitloins nnd tqileudid ltiKluofta openings? If roil w ant to know th...

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. — 4 August 1904

THE TRIBUNE RICH I.ULL, misso'm'BI. At Inst accounts John Hull still had a firm grip on the tail of tho Tibetan wolf. Tho Japs, having taken "(i base ball, evidently Imagine the Russians are nmplres. What kind of heroes do the doc tor who tell us to avoid iced dih;kf think wo are? One hundred new stars discovered by a Harvard astronomer? Iid be fail down stairs? An ostly girl inherits a lot of good looks when a rich relative dies and leaves her pome money. r.rm horse. m g well cult shy Ins at the automobile and settle down j to the fact that it Is here to stay. For a time, at least, the Nordicas will be obliged to resort to the Blase as a means of entertaining the pub lie. The ose of eueaine, the new anas thetic, fixes you bo that, although perfectly conscious, eucaine"t feel a thing. Several new books .. on Napoleon have Just been brought out, but none of them appear to fully cover the subject. The Hague tribunal has taken ad vantage of the general midsummer lull in business to ret...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 4 August 1904

IT lSVVALBRIDGE REPUBLICAN CONVENTION HELD , AT T. JOSEPH. HAKE A COMPLETE STATE TICKET full DltgaUon Prsssnt After Pray er by Chaplain, Chairman A tuna Make Address Taila of Party Work. Th Republican ttst Ticket. For "Governor Cyrue P. WalbrlJge. Of St. I-OlllS. For Ueutenant Governor John McKinley of I'nlonvtlle. For Secretary of State John Swanger of Milan. Kor Treasurer J. F. Gmelicb. of Cooper county. For Auditor Henry Weilder of BUs. Genevieve. For Attorney General Herbert S. Hadley of Kanss City. For Railway Commissioner Frank AVightman of Monett. For Presidential Elector at Large Lawrence M. Jones of Kansas City and D. M. lluinir of St. lyOultt. State Chairman Selection to be inado by mate committee and nom inee for governor and lieutenant sot rnor. ST. JOSEPH. Mo. The Repub lican a'ate namlr.atins ounrntloo aa called to order here July it, at 12:30 o'clock by Thomaa J. Akina. state chairman. After a brief prayer by tho chaplain, Mr. Akina made a apweu. In brief be consTatul...

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. — 4 August 1904

The Tribune. nr.o. r. Ht't-KY, namkib R. t:cn. abacrlatlaallalasi n. Vur TirMiNt.. Sin Momht. . I Slafl. laaiaf. lawn .eeonllf K lk Kl ! Cwcrauta lat raw ofllct l kn Hilt, ami ct RLriSUCAN NOMINEES. For President, THEODORE ROOSEVELT. For Vice President, CHAS. W. FAIRBANKS. For Congress, J. FRED RHODES. Coxey's armies and soup houses are unknown under Republican administration. There is no occasion for any Re publicans going back on the the ticket nominated at St. Joseph last week. The Krpulliran of the e, .lis- Isrrve of $150,000,000 trict believe they will elect their congressman this year. The Republican stntc ticket in first-class fromBtop to bottom and deserves election. If every Repub lican will do his own duty, it will be elected. The Republican County Conven tion at Dutler Saturday, promises to be an interesting affiiir. Fair weather will bring out a large at tendance. Clyde Spencer, of Rich Hill, will probably be the nomir.es lor sheriff. On account ot the sickness of Charle...

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. — 4 August 1904

Lots of new fall good on display nt lh llaaiu. Dr. V. T. Ilitdtlson, of Kansas City wit htie 1 , st week. Surveyor Robert E. Johnson In "happy once again." It's bny. Mm. J. C. (JrigK and little daughter weie in thi city Monday shopping. See ti e beau t ii ul new Fall hats at the Lanar and get one lor they ate the I itet. Jake Ilirni, from I'apinsville, wn in the citv last Friday locking after some business matter. Rev. Fr. O'Reilly came up from Joplm last week to attend the funer al ol John Willis McUinni. Dr. Slater will be in bis dental oihec !toni 'I uesJjy morning to SaturJay noon every week. tf. Appleton city is going to have a street fair, live stock show, and Ira teinal picnic, Aug. 31, Sept. 1 and Julius Fletcher, nn eld citien atul ex-con!edeiate soldier has gone to the cnnledciatc home at Hij;ins ville, Mo. Miss Rachel Crabb wa called from tea;Lei" institute at Stans buty l attend the funeral of her nephew, John Wilbt McGiunis. D. N. McQiiitty ami daughter-in-law, Mr. Fran...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 4 August 1904

n JOHN BURT Author at "The Mdn.pres! MIMkM.lrM,' "Coeooel Mearew's Pectrlne," ric OiPTnuiiiT. bam. mt All nghta IVrvwnurr, l"i ft rii-n Ui-ham apasmi trMivAi A. J. Umi wnimi CHAPTER XV. Continued. In iin alcove, partially formed by bay window, stood an easel, upli. tid ing large frame. The IlKlit struck the canvas In such a way tuat Dlake did not recignl.e the subject until squarely In front of It. It was a portrait of Jessie Carden- not the Jessie Carden drawn by the San Francisco artist from the faded tiutypo but the Jessie Carden of later years, whrk fare and figure had tak- en on the perfect grace ui woman : hood. Amazed and lost In thought, Blake did not hear Arthur Morris as he ap proached and stood back of him. He flushed when Morris toucned him on the shoulder. "Py Jove! that portrait must have 'great attraction for you!" laughed Morris. "You've been staring at It five minutes! A box at the opera you : cannot tell her name!" "Done!" said Blake. "That's a por trait of Mlas Ca...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 4 August 1904

Pincushion Swallowed Up Needle. A li!y In ltl rli)', reading tt.nl plncunliloii that had liTti In ue for aoine time, nn being i4ntl drtloptd about SC'i infill'."!, Iind the rtirloKliy to pull apart a pincushion tbat she lmt bi'en ulr:(f alx ut Iwfiiiy tl v yenr. She found by act mil count 410 beidle.- Hartford Cnurnnt. Hospital Flower. All (bo hospitals ami almshouses In Berlin are regularly supplied with fresh flower from the public gardens, while twice a week each of the na tional at hools receives frt.tn 11 to ISO specimen of bur dlfTi-rent kinds 1 plants fur me at botany lessons. Will Marry Sweethearta' Mother. The sweetheart of a man at Colmar. Fruftnlft, died some lima afro, He was accepted subsecjiurrtly by her sister, who died, however, two daye before the wedding day. In a few weeks be will wed tne mother of hia twd for mer sweethearts. Japanese Letter Writing. The Japanese address their letter th reverse of what we do, writing the country first, then tbe city, the street a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 4 August 1904

V IF" ..;;,;;vu'i' -t Through Service BETWEEN s LOUIS, CH 1CAGO, SCANS AS CITY AND THE. PRINCIPAL CITIES OF TEXAS. Cl'FFET SIEFJES5 AND FREE RECLINING ATY GEiAiH GABS DINING STATIONS OPERATED BY THE COMPANY SUPERIOR MEALS, Fifty Cents Missouri Pacific Time Card. south hoitxk, kt. i.orw AMI K. c. No. 2(5 Leave .VL a m. No. 24 leaves TJ:"0 p. ni. No. "0 leaves 10:10 p. in. NO. 104 (Local) 10:15 a.m. WKsT IMH'M). FT. WOTT CEXTKAL. No. T.7 Leaves 1:00 p. ra. No. TSi Leaves TrA't a. in. corTH uorxo. No. 20 Arrive 5:33 a. m. No. 27 Arrive 12:.V p. in. No. 2." Arrives ..11:15 p. in No, 10.1 (WM 3:30 p. m EAMT IKir.Vn ,FT. W'lITT tTNTRAL. No. 34 Arrives 12:l."i p. m No. ) Arrives 10:0s p. iu K. A. 1.A1LKT, Agt. Tariff Hand iiook. Inasmuch o it U titled that the Tariff i- to be the predominant Iskuc n the I'reiddoutml campaign ot l!t04, the Tariff Hand Hook, just Itwuvd 1J the American Protective Tariff League, tiecotneg of ppecinl value. An equal amount of mutter relating to the Tariff in i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 11 August 1904

TO mem -LLJiVl KICH HILL, MM8017BI. TIlCKSOAY, At'OCST llal0. oeu.me in Arc You Interested In the South? I'O YOITAUETO KNOW OK THE MARVELOUS DEVELOPMENT NOW (.O.'NIi ON IN SLNDVY SCHOOL USSON. OK INNl'MEtlAIlLK OfPOUTlN ITIEH FOR YOUNO MEN OR OLIt ONEri TO (il'.OW RICH? l)..v..:i unl to know about rich fanning land, f.-rt ;!, w ( 11 located, on a Tn;:ik !.:: E.iilroa.l. whirh ill .r.!u. tu.. tl.nc ;;:id fnurrrop fro: -.- tit- '.!!,(' field each year? I.:nl mivv to I- had nt from X0 to ', in :k iv v. hi. li u I'l ! worth from s '. . to Ki witlilti 10 years? About :... ! t.i!-;i - where t!i' extreme ! whiter feeding I but i-is ( Iiort v. V.-.' i ).; -e- w here truck grow ins and fruit raUitig yield enormou t ..... l:... . f itrv iliiv r till li ;n :i yriil V Ml n ,inil wumiuu iimi me 'm "i ' - . t'l tin-ye n? V Mj.i.ntuiiitW for eftahli-hing profitable manufacturing iii.'.istri. : ; of r! 'li T'li-iiTn) location. i nl p! nd'..l hunlnei- oi'cning? It mi n fiiit to know the detail of im...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 11 August 1904

f THE TRIBUNE RiClI HILL, Colombia' new national anthetn: "I don't want lo play In your yard." Th last new tiling In word I "eyiypy." Soijnd like a Hungarian melody.' Very likely a flying machine that cost only $10 would Cy Just ft well a any other kind. Perhaps we have all been unjust to Vncla Russell Sage. Maybe he can't afford to take a Tacatlon. Also be It remembered that, the Yale-Harvard teams are not By any means the pick of our college athletes. No tear will be shed over the wounds of those Spaniard who were hurt while goading a bull and a tiger to fight. The cr.ar doesn't play poker any way, but even If he did, you couldn't persuade him that four of a kind beat one beir. That New York woman who awore that her husband had beaten ber 1,040 times certainly baa a striking talent for figure. The Savannah Press say that "he who plants a tree plants love." Ixve unfortunately happens to be a plant of alow growth. Heinze, the Montana copper king, has been sued for $5,730,000. Even t...

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