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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 15 September 1904

1 rn'TTTTTTn'i TDTT lilLil volumj: irt RICH HILL, MlaSOURI.THUItMDAV, sr.ITi:.MHi;it JJ, liK)l. 5. 5 RTT(71Ti"n" AA" SSBattS 1 f 11 A vinTm tttttjIt ttxtttti - m. . te i StNDW SCIiOPt USSOV HOME VISITORS' EXCURSIONS r.nssorjRj pacific railway. it, Ktunuu i;ate3 cast,3 JNDIANA. Vi'ESTCK OHIO, LOVISVILLC. KY.. NB IttTCftlWtOIATC POIKTa. I airs itrtsnu. Rrrjs. ur.spcsi iso wtzkemb. it. ScptM-Scr 6!h, 13, 20th, 27S ami October IIUu Retara limit, 30 iliyt DO NT MISS THIS CHANCE To Tl.lt th I4 htu And Ml van frii.4. -f ...v.. fjrg? - "". coMri MKT, en - . m 0 a, u lwn.1ILl . n.1 - . J I ' I . .. . . y i ' h, imi Sept. 1 I'on X1I-B. V. ;. Imiiaim. IIki'ikhhi. Ifwon Text A mo 5, 4-j. Ioi.mcm Text Nwk the Ird, and ye (dinl! live Anum .", C. Homo It.-idln;p. Monday Amu i-W Tuesday Atuos 5, li-iT. WediH-sday Mionh 'i, I-"s Thursday INa. 10"., 4-K Friday Jer. ,V 1-7. K:iturJny-Isa. 1".. 1"j i-'. Sunday Isa. c!e according to ii :ze. The rope or tcm of the plant i often pulled up into boat in one...

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. — 15 September 1904

V c t i a u ' s ; 3 ! ' t ; if ; a 1 i ! " . :u b ! 'c it u i 4. 1. l" 1 1 i3 ! 11 ; t in ! 1- :i I i i ii is I: 5 1 I ' 1 i i ) A I 'I II 5 u J 5 : I THE TRIBUNE c.v.o. r. hcckehy NANNIE It. HICKEHY i K.lli Pu Editor and blither RICH Jill.li MlSSOl'K! A Philadelphia wMow lis Jnhertted 150,000.000. Ixuxlon paper please doa't copy. The Paraguayan rebels seem to hsv reached tho "nothing lo arbitrate" suge ot their fight. Hoc fish are being Mien aa canned r-almon In New York. In Urns Gotham may become an Igorrote village. The eastern war haa demonstrated one thing, and tbat is the crying need of a good roada movement in Man churia. Money that was used In the year SCO B. C. baa boon found. Russell Sage will probably want to know why It n as used. . The rumor that Russell Sage paid bla respect to a friend the other day lias been confirmed, but he parted Kit nothing else. If the Dime Novel trust will put tip the price to IS rents the act will have the happiest effect In limiting the out p...

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. — 15 September 1904

3 JOHN BURTl"s Aatker W Ts ktdfMppv4 ailUSwalrts,' Mml Mfs Deetrtas," El. (Ttm..iiT, iwrt, v All rfKui UorraniM-r, l r Fatoasii a iu-bam Anana m4 A. J. Dasxsi, Incuts CHAPTER XXIt Continued. Tho morntiil fur actum bad arrived fir Junius lllake. He compressed Mil Hp, strode through the r'xm ami a rnoin'-iit later entered John's office, la the final struggle passion wan tri umphant, and ha nerved himself aa best he could fur the ordeal. John Hurt looked up. The hsgRard expression on Makea face alarm .'d him. "What's happened, Jim? You're pale as a ghost!" "It'e a tooth," raid Rlnke, rubbing hia hand tenderly over hla face. "I'm alt right now, but It save roe a bad right. The dentwt drew It this morn lrtK. I dined with General Carden. 1 I suppose " "Hss Jessie returned? DM you aee ber. Jim?" "Miss Carden has not returned, but he la expected o aail next Tuesday." wld Blake. nervously lighting a ci gar. "I bad hoped to bring you bet ter news, John, but tbla In the best 1 can do. I though...

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. — 15 September 1904

The Tribune.1 t"c " k5 U!MlMirir wr)' M-in bv A CAR, LOAD N4N.VIK II. HllRH. - Snti.crt tttepKt.i AnrVruI . . I TS.T-. St ARlht. Si Kr,ih .Ad I Sinl. CoplM... fc.Mixri t.:onl.t I. iV.e set of rimr""1 JXHItifSc l RIcS Hill, Kcnntt cl.tt Wll lU.lKf RtrtPtlCAN NCMINLLS. For President, THEODORE ROOSEVELT. For Vice President, CHAS. W. FAIRBANKS. State Ticket. For Governor. CYRUS P. V ALB RIDGE. For Lieut. Governor, JOHN C McKINLEV. For Secretary of State, JOHN E. SWANGER. For State Anditor, HENRY WEILDER. For Stale Treasurer, JACOB GMELICH. For Attorney General, HERBERT S. HADLEV. For Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner, FRANK WIGHTMAN. Electors at Large, LAWRENCE M. JONES, D. M. HOUSER. For Congress, J. FRED RHODES. v. 1 County Ticket. For Representative, GEORGE CHURCH. For Treasurer. T. H. DOUGLAS. For Sheriff, CLYDE B. SPENCER. For Prosecuting Attorney, GEORGE TEMPLETON. For Coroner, I C. 15. COLSON. For Judge NcnU District, GEORGE RUBLE. For Judge South District, JOHN ARMSTRONG. Repu...

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. — 15 September 1904

lAKJAIililUElfU 1 New hats of every description at the n.tnar, W. T. DuvnII ol the East bide Kfuktt, id on the tick list. Old newspapers!, 5c for a big bundle at Tun TribI'nk office, Mr. Herman Loeb 1)b returned from bi trip to the north and eat. Mrs. II. G. Spraker and ton, Ralph and George, came home Sunday. Miss Blanche Hum is the new telephone girl at the local telephone central office. Rev. C. C. James will conduct service at Arthur next Sunday af ternoon at 3:30. Attend the Epworth League fe cial Friday evening at the parson age on Olive and 4th. (). I). Auo'in, ot the Record, was in the city Tuesday, and made the Trh cnk a social call. , Lyndon Pinter, one of the Ttu iivnf.'s typo, is visiting the big Fair down at St. Loui thi week. Mr. John Baker and Mr. M. A. Wilson, of Pleasant Gap township, are both reported quite tick with typhoid lever. Mr. and Mi. C. G. Harnett and Mis Abbie, after a week spent at the WorlJ't Fair, returned home Saturday night. V. M. Done, the real est...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 15 September 1904

1 .-; , A IV T I.I a N" mldse nf red for my laily-- Jwid thst ilill'n ami rhsrtn. I!ut the light of the kt lit a Hut nn'l ryes. And a nerklace of two little armii. Of two little rmi that ere rtltiirin Oh. ner was a nn.n 1 1 1 this') And the wr-alrh rt the wmld and live'a liKwtHfM Impearli'd In the Joy of a liule one' kiss, A necklace of lov for my lady. That wn linked by the tvngrla shove, Ne other hut this and the street tender kiss Ttmt seslrth a little oni'i Inve. Krar.lt L. Biaut.Ki, in Home Chat 1 " aVff - P II 1ft lh . lil'laa .A.,-al Vl.a If 1 i tfl vf I A necklace of lov for my lady, I ?J Ne other hut thin and the iirnt tender l 1 V V fgi I Frank L. Biantun, in Home Chat I VI 5 A hungry, discouraged and pennl lesa American o( 24 sat on bench on the alameda at Qulilaine. to one of the South American states. It was twilight. The band played and the people promenaded. He bad made a long Journey oyer the mountains, after meeting with all kinds of bad iuck, and on the morrow woul...

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. — 15 September 1904

A Fountain Tree. On Iho Canary Islands grow a foun tsill tr f. H Is snld ti nt the 1. av .. toiiittaiiily illntul a qusntlty of watef that Is sufficient to ftirnlth drink lo every living creature In lllero, nature having provide! thin remedy for the drouth of the lulnud. Every morning near tliln part of the Inland a cloud of mint arises from the a which the wind force against the steep cliff on which the tr- grows, and it I from the mist that the tro distills th water. Important to Moth ee. KxnnlM ewfttllf wtry bcrni. of CASTORt.i, sat. mtA nn rvrmpd foe tuluiu and chlKlrm, ana Da II B.rth S IglMiaiA of la kW Foe (ttr SO Ymr. TIM Kind Too Usv Always Bouf I. ( Wher. Tlma Speeds. A (watch taken to the top of Mont Blarfe mill gain thirty-fix seconds In twenty-four bourn. Th thinners of the. air. with its increased pressure.,; makes the poor watch dlizy and leads It to nit faster. THE WORLD'S FAIR ST. LOUIS. Hii F.pworth. ten tiw-a. fr.m the Admio vurmuofi ad4 i vbvftu.oa outrun''. t a ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 15 September 1904

Missouri racinc Tlmo Card, NiH I'M liorvit, NT, l.ol IN Af K. I No. I-c.ives a in. No. 'J! ;nv l.' .lO p. m. No. ! 1 lic.r i s M.IO j.. in, NO. UK tl.ooiU h:"" b. m. W I'H I' IIHIM), KT. 1KHTT I I NTHAti. No. leaves l:iKl p. in. No. ."'. Jynve 5:Ci a. in. win ii noiMi. No. C9 A .i 'vc r:.V a. in. No. "7 A'lii'fti ..V2-X p. m. No. jr. Arrive 11:15 p. in No, I'll tliocfil) p. in. KAHT IIOIM) ,tT. W'OTT KMKAt,. No. I'.l Arrives U:ir p. iu No. 40 Arrives 10:0s j,. id 11. A. IUii.kv, Agt, kMM. 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE i nraiftMt COPVRtGMTS Ac. .-iTn iDTif ii PkMh ami rtasprriiMkm ml lMr'i i n i pr. "-" '? r:r- f ht. I orr n) nn' ra ti, n-,e:r p!:f)i!p"!VaL I Isv'irt Nook nn PttiU Scumiftc Jlrnerlcan. rttun of nr "itu Vnjrr.nl. lrnn, f i Kymca.""-New York HriM.-H oIBcw. flt F PC Wart!nlu. It. U A FREE PATTERN (rent owu tltvitci'' lo tvrrT sb- ,t.I CAUL'S A HUiLS' MA04ZIE. . t. 1 ..jn, i(io, tt V. b- f I S?Ti;. V.-i;nh, Siwo'f, To-to. I. r ftritritrmtktm A far thrai. Ao.d in mttxtj tMf THE McC...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 22 September 1904

WW IT f I'Lilfcu. mm a.L mi. i m imail RIC1I IIILL, MISSOCKI.TIICUSDAY. KCrTHMUKIt -'-' ItWI. VOLtMin 1.1 TT7 1RICM HT1TD) TT"OiT T w w; -r iJL '! JL .l i 4m mJ&mm mmml mm l Q i lit HCf.i: VISITORS' rilOM 1.L M'KTI OH MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY. GREATLY REDUCED RATES EAST,: - INDIANA, WESTERN OHIO, LOUISVILLE, KY., -K0 irrrcRwtotATC POIWTS. II also BiiL.iiLiE, rswas, uwtsrsET jus cwii:e:e3, IT. 4 Sc;imiicr Cl's, 13 In, 20th, S7U and October 11th. Return limit, 30 Says. DONT MISS THIS CHANCE , ) To is't the old hams sad see your friaads f at bar days. A . . ' " "r.n.m, inauiHl IS. Rt U, iwnl ! (0 j Kansas City Southern Railway " Straight as the Crow Flies" KANSAS CITY TO TUG GULF PA&siKa riirtoccn a creates divessity of clqcatz, 60U. AND EE-OCECB TI1AN ANY OTHER RAILWAY i:i tub rcsxi). fob its length. A'-r.r !)'" Mih fit.S. lm1,rr!'l f.ir rroT-inir imiil rr!rl. vm, f is, -; t..r- tt Mi ;!. Jj brii.r fcru .f rowx rfrult.and l. rnxs f-.r rou jitr. rsniituw, l-.ir.r.io and r r-r.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. — 22 September 1904

i THE TRIBUNE GEO. P. HUCKEUY I I'M Hon and NANNIE R. UUCKEUT f Publishers iifcuii r i.u m issov iii tVIth all due deference to Edit" Hok, a woman's besi beauty spots r tier eyes. Mr. Mayf-rlck la going to writ a book, but that' not tb worst It will probably b drmtizrd. The Merlden woman who waa Jilted at the altar ta to be congratulated, She had a narrow escape. However a woman may detest to r tared at. she nevertheless la silently pleased by this form of flattery. Travelers say that Havana now Is a clean and healthy city. How qoeer it roust seem to the old resident! Rockefeller thinks of starting a bank In London, but "Uncle Russell" will keep on burying b!s In the back yard. The Japanese Russian war has proved one V ing beyond dispute. The newspaper war correspondent Is out of date. , Those gold mines discovered In Ja pan were found on government prop erty. At least It is government prop erty now. Princes Louise of Coburg saya her friendship for Count Mattasich Is Idealistic. No ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 22 September 1904

IY J' i'AA''..' u u V I, Th Old Tlmr. The fM Htm mrm w-t Itrn.s; 111 e-r are trlM. I'.ut .. hi4i m-ire f Invclinrss I'1 t'J'i hVf tr)rr "f 1 !TM Tie? hi ) f k iiitr. and th mm lln-it In th ski,-. Serin ! In snt-,1 a Kr-Ht-r glory on tit J -1 ; tireitmir.g et-si lo ililiik ihst we arc truer than our iitiifn were of ojil? 1ht Hie rfltn!o in in tempest hsv rntij- i( KfMi m n '1 fc.ild? h. ! f'l (ri-n.l--U-.y f wlsor t' '.ninth ti tin rriftid would coii- detnu. For s.r.-:. tn th hfluM of Uod-tnrx III the wsy for thun! Th "Id limes wre lio b.-t ttm'-ir the ohi s-i r nrf tlie t' The dmr-n i.-n.ii r m-bli-a tht rork'd It Wi.rtil Iw r1 ! let the rrilii-B ci.l 1 sr-d TU-I. stria the sinrn Irm h"ivn in To th ..t !,. o!J ne'ther all lite nurld will ssy ' A mm'" Atlanta Constitution. A Lucky Stoop. "Spealdcg of the rn!i:e of war." said an old soldier who had heard the whistle of thousand of them. "a ix pound aolld rhot striking a man fairly tu the breast might alo wound or alii th next man behi...

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. — 22 September 1904

The Tribune ui u. r. m iRHir, KAKN1E K. HllKinV. KitllnTSsnd rbllhori. ttbMrlllBtiati V,Y., SI.O Tkt. V. b. Mnnllit SO I Sml Copl.. . Ki.i-l oi.l!- la iV -t l Cofttla il post oftk i Rich Hill, oond la Bill maim RIPIBUCAN NOMIXLLS. For President, THEODORE ROOSEVELT. Fcr Vice President, CIIAS. V. FAIRBANKS. State-Ticket. For Governor, CYRUS P. W ALB RIDGE. For Lieut. Governor, JOHN C Mc KIN LEV. For Secretary of State, H JOHN E. SWANGER. For State Anditor, HENRY WEILDER. Fcr State Treasurer, JACOB GMELICH. 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. H. DOUGLAS. Fcr Sheriff, 1 CLYDE B. SPENCER. For Prosecuting Attorney, GEORGE TEMPLETON. For Coroner, C. B. COLSON. For Judge North District, GEORGE RUBLE. For Judge South District, JOHN ARMSTRONG.. Township Republican Meeting. The Republi...

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. — 22 September 1904

LUtJAlj Ji.lIbJB. JJ Attend the llaxaar opening; next Thursday. L . Royce left Tuesday on a 1 1 to O'Uimhu, Kansas. Old firwimprrt, ce for a bin bun.ll" sir Til TfllBUNK 'fllr? V. H. Vmlof Pasadena, Cat., is visiting his bi'other, II. Vail, in this city. Rev. V. Lnttin and daughter, Mr. Hattie Cotfman, visited Uut kr last Tuesday. The number of admission to the World'i Fair last week ran up to 1,027,918. The Bazaar has just received a nice new line of New York walk ing hut. Go in and look at them. Ed. Philips, the tailor, ha mov ed hit family to the roomr Over the tailor shop, in the F. & M. Dank building. Mm. Rose Smith Stansifer and baby daughter, of Springfield, are in the city visiting Grandpa Arra ttniih and family. Miss Bessie Lyont and Nellie Scrivner, of (the Caibon Cencer neighborhood, are attending the State Normal School at Warrens buig. PolaI Cletk Walter Vail was at home on a short visit to hi parenti and friend thi week. Hit head quarter aie now in St. Louit where ...

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. — 22 September 1904

n JOHN BURT 1 SS '"" HH'IIHH I HI! fW.,F,l. mHII-ll- Ml Sll H.M. CpPTnii.TTT. lf'J, Fssimni.it t rn amahs Ail CHAPTER XX!lContimji. John Burt li.id seined hlnisi tf at Mil dck, which he was putting lu crder. Surprised at Snm't positive state i.itfat lm turned quickly. Me aaw Binhe Hinnding by the door. A abaft of sunlight fell full on his face. His hand was ou the knob, and he rtood motionless as If riveted to the floor. There was that In his expres sion and attitude which challenged John Kurt's attention1. Students of psycboloi leal phenom ena may offer an explanation of the Irapslnable linpresskm received by , John Burt la that moment. His was the dominating mini; Blake's the sub jective. By that mysterious telepathy which mocks analysis and scorns de scription messape passed to John - Burt. 1 yet lacked the cipher to translate it. It dotted no definite warning and sounded none hut a Tngue suspicion, but the vibration, though faint, wat discordant. John Burt glanced at Blake and t...

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. — 22 September 1904

e Miss Gannon, Secy Detroit Amateur Art Association, tells young" women what to go to avoid pain and suffering caused by female troubles. "Pear Mrs. IVrxnM I canroTifsHenthnplyrwrimnTi'lLydlftli Pinkharu's Vegetable Compound to thoe of my sifters suSenng with female wiaitrie ami the troubles which m often befall ffoiu-n. I puf fered for noniL with gvneral weakness, and ft-It so weary that I had hard work to ke p up. I Lad t houttnz pains, and was utterly mL-erable. In my di-tress I was advised to ue Lydi I- Pink ham's' Vegetable Compound, and it waa a xvd lettt r day to me v Li n I took the iirrt dose, for at that time my restoration U-gan. I:fix weeks I a changed woman, perfectly well in every respect. I felt o elated and happy tlaX I want all winrn who putter to pet well as I did." SI iss dnu Uaxxos, June Su, lx-troit, Mick, txxrtta.ry Amateur Art AAociation. It U clearly ibown In thia youn lady's letter that Lydla K. Ilnkham's Vegetable Compound villi certainly cure the sulfertng...

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. — 22 September 1904

Missouri I'lielHc Tluio Card. Vf.t- I II t:"f' li, HT. J.Of'H A ' II K. ". : i :.' . No. !.. Inv. s,, Hi:W p. Ml. ) 't (Lor:.! i km:, n. Ml r lull M. I T. HCOTT -i: m.ii Nn. :;7 J drives 1:") . No. .".; I'(ivi K fcTi n. !inn n itni: M. No. Arrives r.;r,:. n. X. 27 Arrive p. No. 2.". Arrive H:l."ip. N.., 1.V", (Kocnll p. KjM-T l:ul Mi ,t T. W (ITT ( I NT1M1 Nn. ;:i Arrive V2:V i. in. in. No. 40 Arrive 10:0s p. It. A. JUu.KY, Agt BO YEARS EXPERIENCE i , TRADE MARKS m Design !):' ' r h. v' -t r? err :nr n frne wtip' vr f lr.-... -',!-( k'VT for P-Turil'-f pAliilf. X Scientific Jinurican. t 1 1" , !..! 'tUj.fL tri.td by ail ncwA'lur, f;lUuM & Co Sew York A FREE PATTERN r niter, timjr W tnti a yar. .RECALL'S 2'. A VMil MAGAZINE. fc;fcii- . i : -it, b.-p.ft, etc. -t . -t , .t4 ac Wiri Ctpjf. L.y Hr::u ixr,J let trim. i'ttUci-i'iuintg i vr T-Liurua, ?i f ; a K !? r i ii ii ih p ! n iii A iot litem S J Ui fjr uqr TKS KcCALL CO., HEffl'Sll MISSOURI ARKANSAS KANSAS OKLAHOMA indiah rrnftfT...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 22 September 1904

Supplement to the . . . RICH jl, tribune:. KICH HILL, MO., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER . 1904 HIIL FOLK MID Tll STAND TAKEN BY THE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE BE FORE. AND AFTER. HIS NOMINATION FOR GOVERNOR. J Ion. Bert D. Nortoni'a Speech, Reciting the Condition Which Led Folk to Oppose Machine Government at Jefferson City, Makes Interesting Reading, in View of Folk's Recent Indorsement of Cook and Allen and His Deal for a Working Al liance With Ilawes and Seibert. Whu Mr. Folk as making bis cam paign, for the IVmoeratic nomination for Governor of Missouri, be deliber ately chose the po&e, of an anti ma chine reformer, and bitterly cored the State ItlnB. referring to the corrup tion at the State capital aa on a par with the boodling in St. Louis. He waa squarely agRinst the machine and received the support of honest Demo crats and Republicans alike, for his fearU-s course. SINCE HIS NOMI NATION. MR. FOLK HAS. JUST AS DELIBERATELY, CHOSEN THE ROLL OP A MACHINE POIJTICIAN AND HAS MADE A WORKING...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 22 September 1904

E1I3E HATIONAL CAMPAIGNS -7 T FKAISE FROM THE ENEMY. (From the N. Y. World, IVm.) No other man ever r from police commissioner lo President of the United Slates in los than five years. No other so vigorously and m success fully turned stumbling blocks luto stepping stones. Theodore Roocvelt ntored wottt!cs us a reformer ns soon as he had left college, and made a reputation lit the very dtnrt for public spirit, honesty, eombatlveness and un shakable physical and moral courage. He made enemies at every step, ttai every enemy made Mm ten friends. The boy assemblyman forced a hostile Legislature to condemn Its own politi cal allies. The young civil service commissioner boldly challenged the national leaders of bis party and com pelled them to observe the law. The police commissioner trampled ruth lessly over all the. prejudices of a cosmopolitan community, whether they represented the vicious Instincts of a criminal fraction or the Innocent de sires of the liberty loving majority. The A...

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. — 29 September 1904

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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. — 29 September 1904

THE TRIBUNE CiEO. P,HirCKEl)Y I Editor and KANNIR n. HVCKROT Publishers iticVfTiiTx . . . m i s so u n i A surgical operation lion made bud boy good, end the eviration uidn't kill tiina either. Eom girl always blush conscious ly when the fatal sift ot beauty li casually mentioned. A few more narrow escape will place J. Pierpont Morgan la the list of dime museum eligible. Tb Chicago saloon-keojier named Wolf who lost Jii.TiK) from hi a hoe will be excused fur making a bowL The finest apartment In New TorVa newest palatial hotel costs $113 day. now man; minutes could you stay there? Glassboro. N. J., Is priing to give the successful presidential candidate a silk quilt. The other man will set the quilling. It Is a poverty-stricken Newpoiter, Indeed, who can not lone $100,000 of Jewelry before breakfast any motiv ing In the week. The small boy is enthusiastically la favor of nature work in the schools, with strong leanings toward the green apple course. Do not let the war in the East an...

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