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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 29 September 1904

i- r f0 (j Hi in' v v t. Dainty Separata Wlts. The separate waist I spoken of as a possibility for th coming wirier, mod many Indication point to such a decree of fashion. Some charming models recently in- ported from Paris suitrest that Fun eral movement In favor of t'ue con venient little garmer.t la already ca toot. A special favorite would teem to be white taTeta. Not the et;0f. ut:p!a5tic taffeta of few seasons ago. but the oft. fiexIMe goods which tow goes by that name. Daintiness Is prirae requisite of the fancy separate- waists, aid the French model mentioned are ie!ieht ful examples cl what luch a bioute war be. They are elaborately tricked and flaitet. with trimming of applique of Venetian lace and Irish point, hn Ierie arcl&lse and Irish crochet. The French are combining thee Wotiisci ulth skirt of white surah. The result la a practical little cos tume which can be varied from even ing to evening by a wearer of eco Tanrniral tendencies. White taffeta skirt are aNo obt...

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. — 29 September 1904

The Tribune. ci o. r. iut v, NAWNIK It. BUHtlll. R1lloraBl rbllbrl. Bbrrlttftr Knt 0Vii 1 TV Mth. S: Monlh SO Smkl tOk (Hl ... KkS JliU, cciil W' KlrLXUCVN N0".tIS. For President, THEODORE ROOSEVELT. For Vice President, CIIAS. V. FAIRBANKS. State Ticket. Fcr Governor. CYRUS r. V ALB RIDGE. For Lieut. Governor, JOIIX C McKINLEY. For Secretary of State, JOHN E. SW'ANGER. For State Auditor, HENRY WEILDER. For State Treasurer, JACOB GMELICH. For Attorney General, HERBERT S. HADLEY. Fcr Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner, FRANK WIGHTMAN. Electors at Large, LAWRENCE M. JONES, D. M. 1IOUSER. For Congress, J. FRED RHODES. County Ticltt. For Representative, GEORGE CHURCH. . For Treasurer. T. H. DOUGLAS. For Sheriff, CLYDE B. SPENCER. For Prosecuting Attorney, GEORGE TEMPLETON. For Coroner, C. It. COLSON. For Judge North District, GEORGE RUBLE. For Judge South District, JOHN ARMSTRONG. When the industries of the coun tty prosper coal is in demand and miners get their lull share of the genera...

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. — 29 September 1904

9 LOCAL M1KFS. j Attend the Dar.aar openintr next to-day. Old newspapers, 5c for a big bundle at Th Tribune office. Walter Grob i visiting liii pa rents and other relatives (or short season. It will pay you to come to town especially to attcnJ the Dazaar opening to-day. Tom Akrigg, manager of the Griffith Groceiy to. look in the World" Fair last week. Green Li. Parker it putting a rew root on his home on 9th ami Maple, aUo a new coat oj paint. The Bazaar has just received a nice new line of New Yolk walk, irg hat. Go in and look at them. Will Calewent ever to Lallarpe, Kansas and spent Sunday with bit patents, Mr. and Mit. A. C. Cate. Mr. Adam Seelinger spent Sun day in the city and attended church with the family of Mr. C. D. Win chell. Hon. W. II. S. Gault was in the city Tuesday seeing his son Ed off on lits return to his home in Jeff erson City. Mr. Kittle Creasey returned home last Friday from a week vis it to the world's fair. She enjoyed the trip very much. Mrs. Mary Davis, o...

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. — 29 September 1904

I JOHN BURT I ."mS Author r4 The fcldnftpr Wi'lk-wlrf t," "Clowl Monnw'a Ictr1i," foTlli,T, PT All rlhW OorTnulWT. It" WT rfttna.n.t I; rum amui mitnl A. J. iiasisL lUDial 1 t I i CHAPTER XXIV Contloiisd. Thoy strolled into the conservatory. FV.r the first time he was alone with Jt?s'i Cardan, end a irtmo of exalted l-.applnes surged over Mm. lilnlie had formulated na plan cf campaign for the conquest of Jessie Carden. The light of her ryes and the radiance of hrr beauty were to fciin a ignes fntul, and drow him on. He talked cf California and of Rocky Woods, but Mb eyes spoke Jove and his deep rich voice was tender. Fair woman Is seldom Mind to the spell cat by h-r charms, and It !s probable that Jeseie was aware of Blake's admiration; but she neith er recognized nor took advantage of It. Though he knew that the odds were overwhelmingly against him. and that one false step meant Irre trievable defeat, he shut his eyes to the perils, which encompassed him. He knew the rlk he ran In ...

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. — 29 September 1904

1 V Rear Admiral Hichbcrn Recommends Pe-ru-na. ","4" Z r ' Vv , ; - v' X ' V l'hilin TticBbnrn.Rear Atlmirnl 1'cited Ftate Jv'avy, write lruia Washington. 1). C , as f;iow : ''Alter the use of Peruna tor a thort period, I can bow cheerfully recom mend your r a tumble remedy to may ont wtxt It la net J of ma larigontlag toelc"f'blUp tlkbbam. J0 rrniNy ever yet deviaed haa re ttitfj such utiMioted culo'T from so tniinj renowned lUlomro aud military turn u l't mnt. Our army and navy are" the natural protection of our country. IVruoa 1 the natural protection (f the army am! ptt in the vicihaitttdc of climate tnil exixwure. If vu do not cVrire prompt sn.l Nit f.v"try rcMiit from the ue cf l'cruua. write at once to Ir. Hart man. ft iviujf a f ull statement f your c- ami he will 1 pi-jiM-l to give you hia vajuall ad-Tii-e prati. Ailrv Pr. Tlartman. lYevldent ol Tli llartuuLD fcuiuuriaui, Columbia, OUU. -m nmw- Wabash Train TO St. Louis COMMENCING JUNE Sth. 1904 Lnx utui errr, i:i av WSfeS ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 29 September 1904

t flliNfourl racftc Tlmo t'snl. NOUHI !:;HMi, ST. I.OVIrf A M h. '. No. I'll I -en vim..; r.:C". ft lit. No. 2 Ia-aves K'."' p. in. No. :;0 Leaves l'U" l. ill. NO. int (Loon!) ....10:1.1 l. in. WKST IIOIMI, KT. ( 1'1 T I T.NTHAU No. Ia:w 1.iH p. in- No. Jilt anvc ft. in. (.(M TU IIOI'MI. No. '"1 Arilv.-s. .. ' '" n. til No. 27 Arrives 1 -':" !' m. No. -j: Arrives Il l"' l. m No, If ". (I,o,'.ili n ::!rt p. m, EAST IHICMI ,11. SCOTT ( KXTIJAL. No. ;U Arrives 1-1" p. m No. 1 Arrive V.Wn !' ' I1.. A. lUti-tv, Agt. BO YEARS' EXPERIENCE mm Li , . Tbdc Mar Designs MSYt Copyrights Ac. , -fr wpii'.pj k kirh and dorir't- ri mi? (jui.-- -i - n n" ptr fr bf r n ii. if i. :l -T r '-' ''' tar-v,- r:if ir 'H.0.-t!ini!. Iii'tvk on f i.l fc-MT jrr. l-clit a.'.-lK-r f, r Mw-rti.jf put em. ,.t"tji tr-nruirh Muiitt A Co. rttflM Scutiflc Jlitseriai, A l.a-vv"-'' T lT"'r.-'f , w.k'r, J .ri'"t fif- -:iiMn ; -if ft u'mi. 1fif'. --- vt ru--r' uiU SVU t !. TtWrWtffirA. KNSCo.36tBroi"'- New York JSnavll offc...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 6 October 1904

IRJECIHE IBiJIILI volumi: 15 KICU HILL, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOHLIK , ltK. THE TRIBUMM, r y IpJ .J I , i . . v v , .. , . . f v cr . VVJ 5 mm " HOME VISITORS' EXCURSION! FROM ALL POINTS OI rriissouni PAcinc railvay. erCREATLY REDUCED RATES EAST. a INDIANA. WESTERN OHIO. LOUISVILLE. KV., WO INTCMUKOUTC OIWTt. . ALI8 BiiflSriUE. fDITESl irrifDaT UO 0WHM380, IT. Sep'rcicr CUi, 13lh, 20th, 27ft and October 11th. Retira liatit, 30 day. DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE To Ui the eld hem a, ad your friend f attar dara. ..rieuLA.a. imouiiik or eo.n.fi ut na Kansas City Southern Railway "Straight as the Crow Tiles" KANSAS CITY TO THE GULF PASSING THi.rcn A G5XATER CIVErITT OP ClOilATE. tCii. JCD liEoCCTiCE TUAN AXT OTHEB RAILWAT :r ins wo:oj. toe na length. .V ra ! '.'.:: f.r" t' fO:rt lar-.i,r!'.-d fr fM!rf ni:i rr!tv. (To, tu, .-u.-::f n- . r 1 a; ; l: i j lo r- ,uu (roiit rfn-lt.artl t rr.-: f-r :. i '... ..!;;. s 10 aid fi r rul ru. ts fro : f. r t nri;;. hi! r r :::. ; f. t oi r- i.urt.t . i a.i...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 6 October 1904

THE TRIBUNE OICO. T. HCCKKBY I Editors and NANNIE R. IIUCKEOY I Publisher wen iuli- MISSOURI 1h rollcp young moo, If ilMlrfd, will cheerfully "look after" th eo !. ron"t boll vour nancr nuincT. Th germs ran be pressed out lib a Cat Hon. A scientist says tbat a constant diet of sour milk will prolong life. Wel come death, rather. Uncle Russell Sage manages to ef fect a great saving by bavins ao few babies named tor blra. May there be no suspicion of per manency about Joseph Jefferson's lat est retirement from tbe stage. Prof. Loeb's discoveries are a llttie too late to be of special Interest to the Cear of Russia and the King of Italy. As King Peter was guarded by met with guns no one was iinpoltte enough to aay anything about the way be got the job. According to the Sua, bath rooms are a fad in Baltimore. Well, that's not quite so bad as If they were a novelty. Tbe Argentine Republic trains Its soldiers by teaching them to play foot r-n.lt No wonder the army is so small down there. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 6 October 1904

PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION OF MISSOURI rmT friNMTiTi'TioNAL amf:ni. 4 KNT Jtiliit and t'-mt orrenl rea'iluttitn ft'iltflntlliia; to th qualified voter of th I'M at of jkllHfinri, mi amendment to tln 4T of tin it IV at the iti.auiutlwwi thereof. le It reaofvetf hy the Senate, the TfmiMi if K' jiteAWittt, vet tJiit-urnnaj therein. That at ihr aenaral eU tlmt to be liel1 11 1 f 1 'i(jn(lN neit, ft-tluwlng the fimt Monday in NMnitMr, I., the fullum .tie; ameiulnit-nt to ti Oon 47 of rll te IV of the ruuMiunii.n l Ui Htate of aHa-souri 4 "fi. ruin 1 tit- relief of mrmSmra of IH tf-(Mrifiirii in oitiea having uii hundred (iixuaini tjirMttaiiia or m.re, an. may ni dlaaMed, rrlti'led or up-rnnu- and f ihlr ailoaa und minor ctnl-lmi ,ftf their rte 'eaeV Bild Of til id'wa ami mln ir children of d-.e-d aieniber of ,-lw e ri-tnf,rimenta in am rt citiea. Mi nil In aulmiu-d to in (.uettiued. Vittn of id afeti. t wit: Saturn 1. Thai aclon 47 rtf article. V of the rmiutu:tTi lw imfiKlM...

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. — 6 October 1904

The Tribune. GKO. l WDCRM1T, KAKMI B. H1CIB. Editors and rablUlir, InbuerlptloBKatcti It.rVm ..!. I TifWnnll. hl Muoiti . i binle V-T' FnlrrU ccwdinf tb. Kl ot Coott ifct imi offiv. M Rich Hill. ' u" ""U """ RLFLCLICAN NOUIMIS. For President, THEODORE ROOSEVELT. For Vice President, CIIAS. W. FAIRBANKS. State Ticltt. For Governor. CYRUS P. WALB RIDGE. For Lieut. Governor, JOHN C. McKINLEY. For Secretary of State, JOHN E. SWANGER. For State Auditor, HENRY WEILDER. For State Treasurer, JACOB GMELICH. 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. County Ticket. For Representative, GEORGE CHURCH. For Treasurer. J. H. DOUGLAS. For Sheriff, CLYDE 1). SPENCER. For Prosecuting Attorney, GEORGE TEMPLETON. For Coroner, C. H. COLSON. For Judge North District, GEORGE RUBLE. For Judge South District, JOHN ARMSTRONG. For Ciicuit Judge, CHAS. A. DENTON. Coutcut, Th...

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. — 6 October 1904

I LOCAL HltlEFS. i '1 lie attendants at the World's Fair last week was over 722,00a. Old newspaper, 5c (or a big bundle at Thk Trihunk office. Mr. Ike Betty was in I he city lint Saturday shaking hauds with (rienda. Mist Ilattie lper is juhe tick at 'hfr home oil West Walnut St., threatened with typhoid fever. Dr. Slater will be in his dental othce from Tuesday morning to Saturday noon every week, if Mr. Ut!;ry Ktq ij ct Lone Oik was in-the city last Friday, shak ing hands with friends aud renew ing acquaintance. Mrs. M. B. Fisher left Sunday on a visit to Mr. Fishsr'a aister at St. Joseph, who is sick. She may be gone orne time. Miss Sallie Huckeby returned last Thursday from a two weeks visit to her brother at Moberly and a trip to the World' Fair. Mrs. K. E. Buckeridge and daughter, Mrs. U. A Porter, are visiting Mr. Bert Buckeridge and family at Pilot drove this week. Mrs. Jane Humble leit for her home at Fortviile, In., last Sun day night after a months visit to her sister, Mrs...

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. — 6 October 1904

JO HN BURT II a.affSSS Ants ef The kltl-areed Jt'.ltMnnatre,' "C4mmI Moan' Pactrtiw." Kte. fvrvntiorr. ion, t AH rth (ir?hiiit, 11 v rHIl.Hl. I pn- AoM rra A. J. iaat. UlDDLI CHAPTER XXV. Continued. Tho valet opened llio door and John Burt entered. For a moment Blk did not rer.is: rte htm. The tn.ii;&;ue anJ beard had disappeared, and the strong regu lsr lines of John Burt's face were in pcrftft harmony with the keen, calm and discerning eye. . "Hello, Jim; hat's the matter with you?" "M all right. John, ol" fellow; m'a'.l right! Glad to ye, dear ol' John! lib ve a drink, John! Glad to see ye!" Blake swayed and fell into John Burt' arms. His flushed flee and reeking breath told their own story .r-Ithont the help of th emptied de racter. Blake weighed two hundred pounds, but John ricked him up and laid him on the couch as if he were child. "You're knocked out, Jim." he aaid. "Take nap, old man. and you'll be all right when you wake up." With a dull smile on his lips Blake sank In...

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. — 6 October 1904

IN OIIKAT DISTRESS VOMITING (PELLS L0N3 R&HT- to tvcY trroHj io CHECK. I in MMi p IM AW " , . a- 1 Many women arc denied the happiness of child rcn through derangement of the genera tive organs. Mrs. Beyer advises women to use Lydu E. PinkhamY Vegetable Compound. "Dhak Mm. Ii?nrnAM : I entered with Ftorr.arh complaint f"r years. I pt kq ha 1 thitt I could not carry my children but Ave months, then would have a mipcarri.ige. The last time I b.-fme prr-gnant, my husband got me fci tike Lyilla 11 JUnk ham's Vepet-.ble romiwnnd. After takLig th tlrst Uule I was relieved of tlx? k kness cf stoma, h, and betjun to foel better ia every way. I continued its use and waa enabled to carry iny My to maturity. I now Lave a nioe baby girl, and can work Utter than I ever could U fore. I am like a new wo Eian," -ihts. rxrK Betes, 2a S. Second St, Meriden, Conn. f . Another cAsc which proves that no other medicine In the world accomplishes the same results as Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compoun...

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. — 6 October 1904

I FREE 1 HI: TWICE-A-VYEEK REPUHLIO AN1 THE WODf.HN FARMER run 20 CENTS. Tot. He every render In thW terri tory (til llH' r,'iiii iit! and ')" !i"ll new ii 'id nn i m i !!i iit firm Journal, Ml- Wilj M'll'l II I J1 receipt III twenty rent Tli a Twice-a-Weck Republic, Iik iiflinr Tim 1'arin Mior, from now inii.il IVitiuIht 1, t:t. ouil Ths I'cde.n Farmer, A Farmer! ramlly Newspaper, I'rnui Ke. 1. 1 to 1V 1, I'.hTi. rl liis is tin unprecedented oner yon cannot niii-r.i ! ml-.. Send "it cent lit one- iiml tret regularly tl .News n: U.i' I '.iy, lui; i ampin:;!!, uie l'uri'i ir.i'l Home. l;e iM;re to ndiii--i-s all mail to THK KI.'l-l Bl-K', 6T. I.OCTS, MO. HAMl'I.K tOl'IKS FKEK. Whore both pner lire not deslr m1 unit rl j t ion. fureither wpurately lor the teiiu f-Uiii-il iihove will lie in cepted upon receipt of TKN CENTS. 69 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Trtsoc Mark lt?M ti i. n is p?1''5" r'lulc'i''n m-ir-irn. , v, r rwi ! fiH.:i'r,ln, Hun-Hx-nk - 1 '-ut "t: irt-. tr;.;-i .'-i r fi-c 'wriiir it...

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. — 6 October 1904

Supplement to the ... IRIcIhi Mill TribuMne r RICH HILL, MO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER , 190. JOSEPH W. FOLK'S FOLK'S ULllCE WITH HAWES. 11 iianui 1 THE DEMOCRATIC RECORD OF THE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR PROVES HIM TO BE A MACHINE jStCTling P' 805,4 Attnttwi to h s Prts Ajauut Po !e i w . . .,., Politics Letter to Doc)wtrv. I RAPID Tnu nrnna RTin miliijrUnl When Folk First Declared for "Home Rule," Harry Hawes Predicted That Joseph Was Only Bluffing and That He Would Change His) Mind Inside of Six Months Hawcs' Prediction Comes True What the United Clergymen of St- Louis Asked For, J And What Folk Proposes to Give Them The Record, Compiled From Democratic Sources. J Shows the Duplicity of The Ex-Reformer.. ; That Joseph W. Folk, Democratic candidate for Governor of Missouri i a professional politician of the machine stripe and is not an honest, unyielding reformer, may" he ensiIy"provcn by information which comes from Democratic .w.trco... We do n.it ask yo-j to accept the word of a...

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. — 6 October 1904

THE NATION AS IT iS-THE STATE AS IT SHOULD rCrULIST LEADER DECLARES PARKER AND WALL STREET HAVE DEBAUCHED THE DEMOCRACY. Ml WATSON 10 DEMOCRATS. 1 1 republicans Have Candidates and Platform Which Faithfully Rep resent Party Principles Democrats Have Candidates and Plat form Dictated by Anti-Democratic Flutocrats of the East Populists Nominees More Representative of Real Democracy Than Parker and Davis Exclusive Report of a Great Address. Hon. Thomas E. Watson aidressed a large audience at tha Louisiana monument. World's Fair grounds, on Sepi ember 6. The daily press pave a brief eynopopls of the speech, which, fium a political standpoint Is one of the tr.o-t important of the campaign, particularly to Mlssonrians. Mr. Watson's fitting erraljrnment of the Democracy; his review of the labors .f V., national Democratic conven tion la the llgit of pawy history and his comparison of thn two loading rivals Tor the presidency, mill appeal to those MlFSonrt Democrats who are mere wedded to p...

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. — 13 October 1904

Mil I! iroLjiLiiii VOLUME 15 OICII HILL, MI880UIlI,TIIUi:SOAY, OCTOISKU 13, !SK4. 2S- e nr. J I m 0t m if-, Mt bww trMTuvsLiv rMii.ir mint Mil - t-.'t A mm n ill - i HOME VISITORS' EXCURSIONS FROM ALL POINT OH MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY. , s GREATLY REDUCED RATES EAST.r 1 INDIANA. WESTERN OHIO, LOUISVILLE. KY., s ANO INTCRMEOiaTC SOIWTS. - ;so nmsnu, mat, tmsrcsr iw orcrciana, n. Ecplinht 6'Ji, 13th. 203, 27a and October Return limit, 30 city. UUPI I MlwJ in s unAnuE To vlM ths aid hems bod your friend of elkor days. ma MsTieia. laauim o '! atT. ea U.C-1 At-V,4.tl i'aacras4 IMlMKUmo 1 1 Kansas City Southern Railway "Stnuijit as the Crow Flics S KANSAS CITY TO THE GULP B5irBi.l.iJiUly!.M.!JUIUIIMIIia pAasrxo Tunoccn a creates diversitt or climate, eoa. ai.d KEsotmca than ant other batuwat in sua vtokld, fob rra length. AWur t'iV!ns arwtSsHrw lirx'ia.im'tsd fir frmrtng aniatl ft!n.nm, flir, r.rfii.n; f.trtxv n r '.el ais!a!i pi hor-hari. for odir-r fruit, and (rwrrlrai ..r cut t. ir I r...

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. — 13 October 1904

THE TRIBUNE GEO. P. HUCKKHY nannik n. Hi:CKt:nT IMItors and Publishers "m is so v p. i KICII HIM. Chicago has rerfuced the dtvorc record to twenty-four minutes flat Never make light of King reter KarftRporsrcvltch's erown. It weighs nlna pounds. Vesuvius citn't be charged with a disposition to Join the forces ot Goner 1 Apathy, auy&y. It Is a RTlm fact that lomcllmci the only difference between army oorpa end corpses la one of spelling. Those Guatemalan ants probably made the discovery that the boll wee Tila were their long lost nieces. What constitutes a lady? ask a lit erary clergyman of New York. The answer Is easy: A good -woman. Another thins; we want to kno about th corn crop Is as to the num ber of red cars. Husking bees are coming. The united States treasurer says there ia one $10,000 bill "still In clr- culstlon." Not rotating very rapid ly, however. The alligator Is threatened with to tal extinction. It will be In order for the crocodile to shed a few tears for relatio...

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. — 13 October 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 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 13 October 1904

jie Tribune. :. r. ic ff, , tai ss. i turns . .. . I itf I . T Wo i Hill, x momp tU I'cr .'resident, I'lILUDOKl-: KOOSEVELT. I'or Vice President. CI IAS. W. FAIRBANKS. State Ticket. i'cr (jovcrnor. CYKL'S I WALIJKIDCE. I'or Lieut. Governor, JOHN' C. MtKINLEY. : Yr.T Secretary ol btate, JOHN E, JiVVANGER. Tor Mate Auditor, HENRY WKILDER. For iState Treasurer, JACOIiGMEUCH. For Attorney General, HER BERT K. HADLEV. For Railroad anJ Warehouse Commissioner, FRANK. WKJIITMAN. Electors at Large, LAWRENCE M. JONES, I). M. 1IOUSER. For Congress. J. FRED RHODES. For Circuit Judge, CUAS. A. DENTON. County Ticket. For Representative, GEORGE CHURCH. For Treasurer, J. II. DOUGLAS. For Kherifl, CLYDE B. SPENCER. For I'routt uting Attorney, GEORGE TEMl'LETON. For Coroner, C. B. COLSON. For Judge North District, GEORGE RUBLE. For Jude South District, JOHN ARMSTRONG. Foils cl the first voters in va rious portions of the country indi cafe that yo per cent, of the yojng men will vote for Roosevelt. Th...

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