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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 25 August 1904

BACKACHE AND DIZZINESS Mm of th Jtllwau r-eealtae ta Uie I tnata -, are le to atarrfe t'etvie oreana. a a-a-a-a-a-a a a a i( --- V y it I. it ' i S v V ( v ) V- E v.. t ! i ' I '4 Hardy Jspanes Soldier. According lo M. I'lcaon, th Japa nese okller hts muscles Ilk whip cord. It a tur thot. h an ey Undmarke and a memory for locality. It can do with thru hours" tlp out cf tho twenty faur. I cleanly. attends to sanitary Instruction and is ardent ly patriotic, lie costs tb Btat about Bin cents a day and think himself wall off. MRS. M. BROKER. 9? CJtmntb Stmt, . 1 Milwaukee, WIb.' "4 sfrorf rme mgo I fvantt my eon. dltion very wrtoni, arf hexdathe. paint ta rft Data-, and tn-gaent dinr tpetli which grew worse every month. I tried two rcmetSle be for Ptrtiita, mod was 3licaurage4 w he a I took th tint tfote, tut lay counts aoom returned, la Area than two month my health mat rtuored. " Mr. M. lirhktstr. The rraaon of ao many failure to rurw es- umlhr to the above ia the (at thatdiheaites pe...

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. — 25 August 1904

1 VYs Through Service BETWEEN 3 i . J-'J U i s, CHICAGO, KANSAS CITY AND THC PRINCIPAL CITIES OF TEXAS. El'FFET SLEEPERS AND FREE RECLINING KATY CHAIR CARS DINING STATIONS OPERATED BY THE COMPANY. SUPERIOR MEALS, -c-Fifty Cents. Missouri raclflc Time Card. NORTH HOCMl, ST. IAJVM AND K. C. No. 3 leaves ."i:-.i a i: No. "4 leaves No. ;0 Leaves , NO. 101 (Local) ...10:10 p. in. ...10:13 a. m. 'trt IIOIMI, KT. HCOTT CENTRAL. No. JS7 Ix-nves IKK) p. ni. No. Leaves 5:43 a. m. HOl'TH BOfXD. No. "3 Arrives a. in. No. 27 Arrives... 12:35 p. lu. No. 25 Arrlrrt 11:1.". p. m No. 103 (Local) 3:Prt p. tu, KAST HOr.NU ,FT. WOTT CKNTBAl.. No. TA Arrive 12:15 p. m No. W Arrives 10:OS p. w P.. A. P.ailkt, AgU Tariff Ilautl Uook. Inasmuch ns it is settled that the Tarift I to Is the predominant Issue in the Presidential campaign ot 1904, the Tariff Hand llook, just issued by the American Protective Tarift Ijeajnie, Ifcoiuea of special value. An e'.jual amount of matter relating to the Tariff in its va...

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. — 1 September 1904

i TD vmjrh TTTEPTf iiU.. A iiliLiL2 BICII HILL, MIHSOUUl.'.THUnSDAY, RCPTCMBCU l,lOI. 3S. .11 TTxT7I7J UJ X4 lllAo Arc ou Interested In the South? ix) yolt l'.k uk to know of the mauvklous development now ;oix on' in The Great Central South? OF IN'NLMERA.I'.LKOI'POIcTfNITIES FOH YOU NO MEN Oil Oil) ONE.S-TO GHOW I'.ICH? I). i vdii w nut to know about i i h f .-i r in ? ti i.-m.l, (rtiU,1 well located, on a Trunk E'.ne It-iHroad. w lilili v ill irilinv tun, t Iip-" and fourcrojm from tin- -.!'. r M each y.vu-? Ittid now tii ! hud nt from ?.."0 to f'i.00 iui iii.r.i w ii It-li v. Ill ) worth lrnliifi.(i to $1 .') withlu M yearn? Aljoilt m . i k ini-hi.: 1 1 r the extreme of w lnti-r ft-eiliiiji i but fcix (fit abort yvi-I.? if pl i es where truck growln;; and fruit raicin yield euoruioun r.-l nt hh inch -j "iir? ' f a bind wlnre jnu inn live out of doors e very day in !!. i cir? uf ii(iorliiiiil-i fir etnli!iliiiiu j r rt t Tii'iiiubicturlrtg Iinliist rl : t if r'.i h mim-rul location...

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. — 1 September 1904

THE TRIBUNE! GEO. P. HL'CKKHY NANNIE R. nurKF.nT Editors and Publisher RICH HILL - M1SS01K1 Content H something yon thin other people have when they haven't. A negro recently Toll seventy feet In New York and lout neither his life cor bit religion. Bom men find It mora difficult to fet divorced from their Illusion than frora tbelr wive. Georgia has a town called Shake Rate, whose cltisens, however, are said to be no great shake. Viewed through the smoke of bis hookah, all battleships look much alike to Sultan Abdul Ham Id. Krupp'a gun works are now working overtime, and peace la still looking la va!a for the proverbial "balm." Holland's new airship mar cost bat 10, but It is likely to cost somebody bis life before we bear the last ot it. A man drank Dine quarts of whUky and died. Even the temperance folks most admit that rum has some value. A New York society man has been fined for swearing. Still, the tailor tnay have given him great provoca tion. That Boston society leader who hai...

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. — 1 September 1904

JOHN BURT II 'rV" Aether a -T4 KMmM MllttmlrM." 'Ci.uwt Mwoll Hytrin,- PH. I'THIIT, IWH, T All rtchbt OorVi". le rest-sns tram Ai.AMt mr A. J, (. at, Hiuutl CHAPTCR XX, Continued. "You rcmembr that I a speaking of 111 remarkable success of a west- ern man, named Klake? Well, here Is letter from blra! This I what b writes:" "New York, June 2. "Dear Sir I am Informed that yon bold an equity In ten thousand shares of the L A O. railroad company. I have customers who are Interested In this property, and represent tbem In negotiations now pending. It Is pos sible your Interests may be conserv ed by conferring with me on this Ratter. I shall be pleased to meet you at your earliest convenience.. To at gentleman of your experience an In junction to secrecy Is nnecesry. "Awaiting the pleasure of a confer ence In my office, and trusting that It n.ay result to our mutual advantage, 1 remain, "Very truly yours. "JAMES BLAKE, Presiden, James Blake Y Co." "That is odd. Isn't It?" said Jessie. Ths...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 1 September 1904

The. Tribune.! 'Ml! t i 1 , PANMIK K.' HtlKfcHT. Editors Had Fabltaharl. Sobtr rtpttoorlt.i OniVm !. I Tir MhiiH. .. I nirrfrl crmtlv to lh lit I Cwul 1J offi.. al Kiik Hill, wjud U.MI U tmCUCAN NOMMLS. Tor President, THEODORE ROOSEVELT. For Vice 1'resideDt, CIIAS. V. FAIRBANKS, State Ticket. For Governor. CYRUS P. WALBRIDGE. For Lieut. Governor, JOHN C. Mc KIN LEY. For Secretary of State, JOHN E. SV ANGER. For State Auditor, HENRY WEILDER. For State Treasurer, JACOB GMEL1CII. For Attorney General, HERBERT S. HADLEY. For Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner, FRANK WIGHTMAN. Electors at Large, LAWRENCE M. JONES, . D. M. HOUSER. For Congress, J. FRED RHODES. County Ticket. For Representative, GEORGE CHURCH. For Treasurer. T. II. DOUGLAS. For Sheri3, CLYDE 1$. SPENCER. For Prosecuting Attorney, GEORGE TEMPLETON. For Coroner, C. B. COLSOX. For Judge North District, GEORGE RUBLE. For Judge South District, JOHN ARMSTRONG. Under Democratic administra tions since the war, strike were all aga...

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. — 1 September 1904

2 L0(JAJj1JUIEU j Mr. V. K. Kclloeif rpcnt Sunday in the city with friends. Mr. Ja. Bailey and wife were in the city, last .Saturday, shoppie Oid newspaper!, 5c for a big bundle at The Thibcnk oflice Chat. Gough, of St. Louif, is visiting in the city and taking in the f.iir. New fall bats and caps in an al most endless variety are on sale now at tue I'.azaar. Dan Hntton, fiom east of the riv er, w at in tbe city Saturday trading with our merchant. Mrs. Clate Zepp, of Kant.it City is visiting her parent, Mr. and Mrt L, Gee daring fair week. Dr. Slater be in his dental olftce from Tuesday morning to Saturday noon every week, tf Mi. Kate Kretger and daughter deponed last Monday for San Fran cisco, Clii.. on an extended visit. See the new Calico lied Spreads at the HtrAAT. Thee are Mrictly new and must he teen to be appre ciated. Mr. M. J. Underbill, fiom be yond Carbon Center, was in the city Monday afternoon looking after business matter. Mi. John Linn came in last Sat urday from Eldo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 1 September 1904

.Vof ;ver "" ,eM, J- W jvC jMeV n n u n n If Love If l..t wrr not. tha wlldlns ma Weind In Ita lefy heart tnrloae No chalk of perfume; Fijr m.w roink. In glen, er grot. No Mrd would build. If lova wer not. No rl'twer complacent bloom. The aunaet cloud would loa their dyea. The, tlxl't would fad from beouty a eyes. Tha atari their flres consume. And something mM from hall and cot Would leav the world. If lova were not, A wilderness of lwml Florence Earl Costes, 7 d I PILL' Th Hon. Lre Gleason of Delhi. eM helper of Sprite Clerk Whipple and dispenser in chief of Republican spellbinder In New York, had in bit budget of Delaware county wonders on his last visit t j th Amen Comer t the Fifth Avenue hotel nothing that he thought ao much of i th rewg of the cutting down along th headwater of the Delaware ome where of willow tree eight feet In diameter which bad gone hollow at the butt and stood aa tsenac to ail who might pass that way. "And the wonder of that tree was," aid tie. "that it h...

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. — 1 September 1904

y I Mrs. Dizsbeth If. Thompson,! izsbeth If. Thompson, of UH) dale. N.Y., Grand Worthy Wise Templar, and Member of W.CT.U tells how she recov ered by the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. " Dsab alaa. I'ix&ham: I am one ot the many of your grateful friend who have twn cured thronrh the im of Lyclla I- Pink barn's Ycpe-taMe Compound, and who ran to-day thank too for the fine health I enjor. When I wr thirty-five years olVI suffered severe backache, and frequent bearlna-down palna ; in fart, I bad womb trouble I waa Terr anxious to pet well, ami read i riff of the cure your Compound had mule, I derided V try It. I took onlr i bottles.btit It built rne up andcurcd me ent Irely -f Div t roubles. "My family and relative were naturally a gratified a I was. 11 y niece had heart trouble and ncrvoua prostration, and waa eonsiJered Incur able. She took yoisr Vepctabla Com pound and it cured ber In a ahort time, and ah tiewame well and at rone, and her home to her great Joy and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 1 September 1904

X m 4. v Vficn Ycu Travel you do your clothes KATY SERVICE ssoui, iuui 4 nut u'iijt Subtests Comfortable and Convenient T rains. The "K ATY FLYER" and KATY DINING STATIONS M'-aX 5iVnir In Prlre. CchtpskxI ia 14.1s. u- ami Scrrice. On Priee, SO t srnr9"t if avrtm timr f )4jnt i Mu J "'J i0Ti-'tllii hrw lit rrllit'-l TOllu-T ftbuuft ca. W rv fca utc "KATY," St. Louis Missouri Pacific Tune Card. NOliTH lliiDit, XT. I.OIIW AND K. C. No. Ix-avex ,.5:2r n iu. No. 24 Ienvcs l'J::Wp. iu. No. "0 IjT.iVfa 10:10 p. in. NO. Ml (Local) 10;lja. 111. KST HOLM). FT. 8COTT CEXT11AL. No. .17 Leaves 1.-00 p. 111. No. IS lxaves 5:45 a. m. hoVTH IIUf.VD. N"Oj2! Arrive 5A" a. ni. No. 'Z7 Arrives 12:.V p. in. No. ". Arrives '. 11:15 p. m No, 103. (Wal) 3:30 p. in, KANT liorxit ,KT. W'OTI CRNTKAL. No. 34 Arrive .....12:15 p. in No. 40 Arrives..." JO. -On p. id 1L A. Hah. nr. Airt, Tariff. HuihI Hook. Inneinticu &i it U aettK.il that the Tnrlff I to te the predominant Iiwue n the I'nuMi-utlal campaign o...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 8 September 1904

THE MICE.' .MULL TRIBUIf Mo voi-umj: in RICH HILL, BIIMHOUI'Xl.TlIL'HHDAY, 8CPTKM UK It , IUOI. Arc Yju Interested I YOU CAIiKTO KNOW OFTJIK MAUVKl.OUH MCVKIJI'MKNr NOW C.OIXH ON' IN Oi" X N N L' M !i ! I A 0 1 . K On'OUTl'SIIT IU FOK YOUNG MF.N Oli UI.li ON Kii TO (il'.OW WCH? Ii.) vim want to know about ri" h f.iniiiiiir bind, fertile, wcdl located, on iiTrmi l.lue liiilroad. which w ill produce two, t'irve and four cropa fi..;a the .:.. !'.. M acl year? Land now to U- !..i 5 fit fioiu $3.00 to f.VOO mi in rc which w ill ! worth from . M tu rjliVUr. within l'.i yean? About mk k rai-!n-.r wl:i-n the estMiK' of wlnti-r JWiKnsr U but .ix abort wcek? VI place where truck yrow r tnrtw tvn-li virr? t f n la if 1 w here you can live out of doors every uoy In tlx- year? f opportunities for t'-tabll-hinfr profitable manufacturing Industrie: of rich mineral location, and wpl-'mlil Im-Inci. oin-iilnp"? If ou want t.i know the h V.i'.U of a::y or all of those w rite lue. I w 151 gladly iidvi"...

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. — 8 September 1904

THE TRIBUNE GEO. P. lllHKr.HY i Editor NANNIE R. HL'CKPnY ( Publisher iuniTniX - - .""Missouri Admiral Kamlmura will now find Ik possible t, gn homo without being clubbed. Sir Thomsa Llplon continue to have faith In pkkI losing as a business proposition. An attrcss sued for divorce says she had forgotten ber marriage. Now, that' real acting. General Ma and Admiral Sah as yet have stown no sign of serious In- compatabllity of temperament. Gracious, what a glorious tains It would have been for the Russians If tht char's boy had been twins. Naturally the project to make' paper money "velvety" ha failed, and we shall go on working hard for It as of old. Sherlock Holmes is needed to ex plain the true inwardness of the story of the missing jewels down in New port. Col. TonnphnKband, owing to his ln dinott'on to more may be com pelled to go into winter quarters in Tibet. Obolensky. the new 'governor of Fin land, probably Is carrying all the In surance the companies care to write for him. A...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 8 September 1904

8 JO KIN BURTii'r;,,' AmiSsc el -It, kidnsrrwe: Mlllkmslr...'' "CulooH )lirN J ISscfrtaw." Itt. riiiHi..T, li,rt All ririo ti o-vhi.-ht. I"i ht '"""' t man Al.u r"4rt4 A.. J. IIIIIU ill bill -1 8 CHAPTER XXI Continued. Gerieml Cflr). n aj'plauil-d visor m!jr an1 ri-i:iMtided an encore. The trio sang scvoral Kotts, and the old soldier lay Lack tn his armchair and lit Ms ji:!:;d drift t,.uk to t!i Imuit whin the one of whom Jeif wan ilia Irmiee lifwd her swct voire In tlie bnliad he loved o hear. At his re- fluent they sar.g "Douglas. Tender and True," "Robin Adair," "The lllue Bella of Scotland," "Annie Laurie." and several old war wings. Then Jcsnle proposed a rubber of whist, and lu the cut she became the partner of James Wake. Jessie played Well and they defeated the general and Edith. -You don't know what t victory we have wont" declared Jennie, her eye sparkling with pleasure. "Papa and Edith think themselves invincible, and thli la their Brat defeat. IjH's ro to the conservator...

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. — 8 September 1904

Thk Tribune. t!ttroa PlfclUhr. 01 R BIRIMM. ( V I MAT )( ln. Yvmt flubcrlplllKto.l ..... I .or olfoi it Kith Mill, Koond cl " KiriXLiCAN NO'llMtS. For President, THEODORE ROOSEVELT. For Vice Fresidcnt, CIIAS. W. FAIRBANKS. State Ticket. Fcr Governor. CYKUS 1 WALBRIDGE. For Lieut. Governor, JOHN C. Mc KIN LEV. Fcr Secretary ot State, JOHN E. SWANGER. For State Auditor, 1IENRV WEILDER. For State Treasurer, JACOB GMELICII. For Attorney General, HERBERT S. IIADLEY. For Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner, FRANK WIGHTMAN. Electors at Large, LAWRENCE M. JONES, D. M. IIOUSER. For Congress, J.- FRED RHODES. publication unit Ilie filth year under the nitcnt filiton.nl management. We can't say that tlirie has 1'Cf" any special struggle to keep op onv cik! id the line but we have not made a mint of money. We've paid our bills and got some com ing to us. We simetitnts think it is almighty slow coming however. The commendations we hear oc casionally are so hearty and genu ine we think we are sui...

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. — 8 September 1904

UH)l liltlKKS, I New hut of every description at the B.'taar. Old newspaper, 5c lor a big bundle ol Tiik Tkibi'.mk oflice. Nevil Porter went to St. Louis last Saturday night with the M. W. A. dull team. Mr. W. II. Mock, of Fowler, Colo., i in the city visiting Mr. ajid Mrs.' Author Mock. Walker Bobbin, postmaster at Sprague, was in the city Friday last taking in the fair. Dr. Slater will be in his dental office from Tuesday morning to Saturday noon every week, tf Mrs. S. L. Ames hai returned from the eastern markets where he bought lot of new good for the I5.iz.isr. Kev. C. C. James took a trip out to Klondike schoolhouse Sunday afternoon and preached 10 a good sized audience. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Reavley cf Nevada came up Mon lay to visit the family of Mayor Griilith and take in the labor day celebration. Harry Kotb and Miss May Lloyd, of Foster were married last Saturday night at the M. E. church parsonage by Kev. C. C James. Mrs. Dewey, of Chanute, Kan., who hs been visiting tier d...

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. — 8 September 1904

Vr -vrf .Hff ,VKf vv cM.' viV iK Press If ottMmlr your y Aciil (1ntkT icro (lift rloii.tw rch Iw tint (Wl !, lm. V.'r " 1'nM m. H ( Jf on trvrV rr yu if!'!--, lm nnl iin tin putf'tim hlt-: Pro on. If .,.'? a lrl thM' mut nnrt ctmwtr, Who wt ctotlirfl m td hrta R'KhI tit Me, HomomhtT that h ha a fr!nt lTTjt on. Yonkera 8latrmxn. TOR 1 It w as near midnight, when the tel ephone in the castle of Zsaby began to ring sharply and excitedly. Baron Se bastian Petrovlcs, th owner of Xsaby, ha4 not yet retired, but vm deep In a book. He hurried to the telephone. "Hallo! Petrovic. What can I do for you. countess?" An excited female voice, the robbing of which betrayed only too plainly that something bad happened, replied: "Are you there, baron. .hank God, you are at home. Please come over at once; burglars are breaking into the bonce!" "I will come Immediately." the baron shouted into the telephone. "Dolt the doors, and let no threats prevail upon you to open until I am there. I shall take men...

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. — 8 September 1904

I 1 IV Erfy in the momir.f . Ij'c at night, or w-henevtr ud, Drfijoc Starch will be found always the same, al'tp the brt. Inint on having it, tlx most for four mowy. Satisfaction or morvre back guaranteed. It b manufactured' under the Latest irr.pfoved condi tions. It it up-to date. It is the bill. We give no pftmHims. We sell 16 ounces of the best March nude for 10 cents. Other brand art 12 ounces (of 10 cents with a tin whbUe. w. Manufactured by THE DEFIANCE STARCH CO. Omaha, Neb. -a Mane- Wabash Train TO St. Louis COMMENCING JUNE 5th. 1504 Urn f uui trrr. . tt:ia a a. lHni.S tMir, T:.J a. av " ant. SI. Uwit 4mt au-.i.) T; I a. sv " H"'I,,MKVT-I' !it H !-. rr- H 1 ..I'll. 0 I. I'.'f . I - M ' - j Wabaatt t Ik ely w W'H!.U !a n osve. 1--..W Tr. in ifK" Sl t-u II !il li i Kr.( Hi A t'r til t .f l'.ckeiv.r th ta aba.lt. 1. 1. MUtlS. L t. Ke&lCUM, tt. . Star. r-. . t:i arj mm. suns rrr. . A Stsggerlng Nam. At Hamilton, O., Jame Gill, of To!, edo, has married a girl whose, father (...

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. — 8 September 1904

Spurrows recti IMaftbleil KoMu. J The spat row ha never been noted MiNHouri TiM'tOc Tim ('ard, 1 I for l "-'"' . t i 1 1 d i1r,il, i h k v . i si'. il l.. I" I ' f sr rm'Mi. i t No. "7 I-cavcs Mo. :.; l'.ivi" r pi OTT t I V VII St.. l:iul i. in. .r.:4." a. in. fin I ll not M. No. D'.t Arrive No. "7 .S rrv No. ". Arrives N, M.t ( Local.' I.AfT to'.t Ml .1 T. No. ;:i Arrive Mo. 1't Arrives j;. ., r. n. ni. ji. in. .11 p. m ...:!:" p. in, I'l'ATI! I i 'nrr KM. 1 1. in 10.0m j.. ib A. l?Al!.i V, Agt. FO YEARS EXPERIENCE 4 Tr-.dc Ma- . . 0 Designs 'MkVO Covicmt Ac. A ''Ton I vf-nilra ft kMrh ml iitr-- mm ; f it--f r -(.!! ) 1 f""t her hr iMv"!"- !! rt 'hiMt iv-uc-T.TJitro. 4'mTmmir- I"tcnt fnkt'O it n-iu'i Unitn A it. rvrU j-wv..J w. r..aj. cnv, in Use 1 v-Vv. 1 rr-t i"tr- ir p,. ritu. tL fruid fcj r.w.ileAif-r. !'. J f? Pn i.-.ia.., FJrittf Ynrlf iilUi'o or IjU. nun ilia 1 A FREE PATTERN A S MA04ZIU. 1 1-T trrmft. f J at-r d. 9 iClk u M FT IMF P--; K i 9 tfk ffiy to - t 1 c-t t- hrr run...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 8 September 1904

Supplement to tKe ... Riclh. Mill Trfforanie RICH HILL, MO.. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 7. 1904. UIDGE TO REPUBLICAN WITH CANDIDATE OPENS HIS CAMPAIGN A TEMPERATE, CONSERVATIVE SPEECH AT KANSAS CITY. Political Development of the State Has Not Been in Keeping With Its Material Advancement Failure to Check Election Frauds Responsible for .Boodling in Legislative Bodies State Police Management Un American in its Tendencies Good Roads and Other Public Improvements. Following Ik the speech delivered by Hon. Cyrus P. Walbridge. Republican nominee for Governor of Missouri, at the formal opening of the state cam pa lira at Kansas City, September I: My follow citizens. I thank you. There are few men no satiated with applause or so fust id Ions in their taste, as not to appreciate this great audience, and your friendly greeting 1 realix that this reception Is not for the man, but fur the representative of that great party which has done thing and la atlll doing thine; th.it lrty to which now, nearl...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 8 September 1904

11 OliV lJ - Ji ii O iJ A iU M" IP A 11 (U iJ ROOSEVELT AS A SAFE MAN. What Col. Chart J. BonanaHt Has to Say About tt. Colonel Charles J. Honaparte of Maryland Ik a man of great Influence in bushicsit and commercial circle. In seconding the nomination of Robert Oarrrit as representative of the Sec ond Cong sessional District of Mary hind, Col. Hon b parte said: Some of our Democratic friends are much troubled Just now because they think President ' Roosevelt "unsafe. lie has had to deal, probably, with more grave an.l delicate problems, do- m.inilirg for their solution tact, pa tience, self control and sound Judg ment 01 bis part, than aiiy President s;nce the close of reconstruction; and Vhile in many rxuHi ho has done what nany people thought he ahouM not do, in nearly every instance he bag sur prised and disappointed bis numerous critics by complete success. To note ?PPf AiOUl Continneil From First Paite.l rlos? Does it fit in tlie Twentieth Cen tury? Is It fair to our cities, w...

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