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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 13 October 1904

f JiOCAL MilKFS. I Ladies' shoes it Duvslls, Newman Custom ii taking; in the world's lii Ih'u week. The local telephone Co. has put in Dew twiii.li board. Mr, j M McKibben it in St. Louis visiting the woihi't (air this week. Ladies' ' and chiidreni hose at Duvalls. Frank Koontz and (amity are in St Louis this week to see the world's tair. Dont forget that the G. A. R. bean uppr v. ill he hid on the ijin of November. Untie Billy Kubinson, ol Rcav Icy was in town lutsdav, aUcaJ ing to business matters. Mrs. W. W. Harris returned Sunday from a visit to Kansas City friends and the (all festivities. Walter Grob, after s week's visit to home folks, returned to work at Pittsburg, Kan.. Itst Sun day. J. E. Simcosky, for sometime past, located at Joplin, in hack at his old place with the Missouri Pa cific. Rev. E. A Faust, who use J to pteach tor the Cumberland Presby terian church here, was in the city last Thursday. II. F. Shuster and wife, of Pleasant Gap was in the city last Saturday sho...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 13 October 1904

n JOHN BURT I Aeter ef "Taw KMmpcw4 MIUtonalrtM,' "Colnaal Manca s BtclrlM," t. PTmrer. tvni, T All ritiw Oorvawwr, in, ev rmmm I! rum Adah imttinl A. I. DBS, UtDBLB 8 CHAPTER XXVI. Continued. "You've got tlm all right" roared Hawkins, gmapinfr John Burt's hind. "I ra proud of you, my boy I I came .n to help you exit, and now t And that yon have turned the t'Sck with out me. Is there anything more you want?" "Yes." teturncd John. "Well, you'll get her. Ill bat your grandad a Judgment that she Is wait Ins for you. Speaking of Peter Burt, how oM did you nay he la?" "Norly ninety." "And you wish me to Fee c hlrn. Tb"k 111 wait until he' a hundred," declared John Hawkins. "Joking side. Ill go with you any day you say, and Ml bo damned glad to meet the old man. Only I'll promise not to twesr again la his presence." They talked for hours, and Haw I it. s. listened with interest to the dis closures wade by Sam Rounds con cernftg the Cosmopolitan Improve ment Company. A messenger arrived wi...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 13 October 1904

. i vi 1 1 . r-i A tJil?ul Urol Met. h fi.fe, In S colors, aho-aing "'! G il Wbo Cao Tli lh Brit Lye," will t sr-nl Is sny addrraa, ,-wtpaid, (or one of our Lys latals. ROY m POWDCREO ft will atalra Don ai4 tvpr - tr- trr a lyw, i i, bm prrt a,- rn Hr CJa. hill tic n4 tfiwu la U KUry fir, N f In yntiff tram and on the f.tra. Foil tts U m label. sV&4 awanaWa t. Myer Ly Co. S(a Thu4 itraal St Laata. Na, WESTER!) CANADA'S Magnificent Crops for I0O4. Weetant Canada' Wtiaat Creo triia Vear Will ba ao, OOO.OOO Ouahaia. and tilitM ai m la Worm ai.ooa uahai. Ttw Oat aartat Cra M.S Ala TwiS laani. an-1 tlhrf 1 ,rxn rr.1.4 .r I v .cw ut Ali".l ISO llm-rtn blT" tt!rl In Wt eru 1. naA dotlnw Ida ;l liirta )'tN TS'-t. ft t.r.wif-. of rtt rfM e-h liu attuat.le ia lac (- urM Uiiurj lr.i-i. It beo ,U ((:', Tl T Stt will fc txvJ la ta:trt t.-a ;tin a r r yiun a fMrtn lit t't.la ai0 otLi Me ot lu atop a;. I cr-tu-r 11. Apr'V ltif'-matl- t- Stft'rlnl'Uil ff Jrvm Tt.'tl iHljtan II! t-r lt .iMin1 I ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 13 October 1904

ALMOST FREE THE TWICE-A-WfctK F!EPUBLIO -AM) THE MODERN FAWMEB rou 20 CENTS. Tucivo every render In Hit terri tory nil On .Hiti"if"i tin lirvi unci at it evi (lent farm Journal, vi' w hi M'iil upon receipt of twenty rent Tti3 Twice-a-Yesk Republic, lnrliniluir Tin- rami Visitor, from iinw until iHtt ialH-r 1, l'.N'l, and TI.3 Kciwa Farmer, A rarmcr'a Family Newspaper, It ..HI Iw. I. l:H'l. tn 1V-C. 1, 1 !"!.". This n unproced'eutod offer you nmnot jifivird ti inirn. Nontl SO h iiIh iit onre nnd fcvt reulnrly the News i, the- Day, the Campaign, the l'.rm ml Home. j'.c mirv to nddrws all mail to 1I!K KKPl'HMC, ST.LOV1S, MO. r-AMI'I-i: COPIES FIIKE. Vlirv both paper nro not desir ed Kiihwrhitiotm for cither wimrntely tor the term stated nbovc will lx no- ccpu-d upon receipt of 1 1- I h 1 . TliE Y1SE LIAIi'S WAY vW BO YEARS' ' V EXPERIENCE W" ,. y - I t Jk Tninir PJI Bet fktt'1 Copyrights 4 c )ti v :y i n i i' r,-i'iK'ii f fT it.,;,,,,;:.-- it tr- h"Vs rt "' t"-jr),'m- l- ,r,,j.;f I'-vv...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 13 October 1904

Supplement to the miLi U TTTO UN RICH HILL, MO.. THURSDAY, OCTOBER i j. 190 DEMOCRATS RUNNING TO COVER FOLK, ABSENT FROM HIS POST, CALLS ON POLITICAL COMMITTEES TO DO HIS WORK. The Courts, Circuit Attorney"! Office, Sheriff' O Jice, the Police and Majority of Election Commissioner are Democratic, Yet Folk Appeals to Republican! to Investigate and Punish Elec tion and Registration Frauds Democratic Candi date for Goteinor Making Speeches for Machine Ticket Instead of Perform ing His Official Duty. Being unable to longer conceal tee gross fraud in the registration In St. Louis three weeks ago, when the Democratic state police stood Idly by while "Indiana" violated tbe election laws and even committed murder, the Democracy suddenly Toe red 'round on a new tack. The Folk Slate Commit tee made a bluff to Join tn an effort to - .... .... .......... rni Pt ct. m,vu tUi.i ruth crises had boi-n committed as "ridiculous." This action was taken for the sole purpose of fooling the people Into t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 13 October 1904

f FOLK SUPPRESSED THE TRUTH. OOOOOCCCOOOCOOOOOOOOOPOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 00000000000 y 00000000000000 1 V I WITH OTHER MACHINE CANDIDATES HE PREVENTED A RECOUNT OF HALLOTS AND THE EXPOSURE OF GROSS ELECTION FRAUDS. Received the Same Voles Jim Butler Did and the Opening of the Ballot Boxes Would Have Imperiled His Election His Action Dictated by Necessity of Hiding Crime at the Polls An Honest Man Would Not Have Accepted Office Without First Clearing His Election of Charges of Fraud. Having been forced to take the de fensive for the head of the Itemocratie ticket, the machine pnss of the stale has twn placed In a jHisition where it becomes lntperitlve to prove first that Joseph W. Folk was honestly elected to the office of circuit attorney for St. Louis, and second, that he did not participate in the nailing up of the ballot hoses for the reason that, hav ng been honestly elected, he had noth ing to conceal and so was not con cerned in the suppression of election frauds. It...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 20 October 1904

THE ' JRIC Ji i -V VOLUME 15 KICII UILL, MI88OUUI. TUCK. aT, OCIOOEn 20, ISKM. X.7 i Ld J- d V A K. IK HOME VISITORS MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY. INDIANA. WESTERN OHIO. LOUISVILLE. KY.. WD INTKMMf aiaTC fftllTft aim uwsnui. wraa, uwisren ua mnasss, rr. 8ptft6ar 6 th. 13th, W, 87 and October 11 Si. fitter iit, j3 gy. DONT MISS THIS CHANCC Ta Via It tha m)4 Hu .a ... - -. m ... PM MtTfCtMiM Kansas City Southern Railway "Straight m tha Crow File KANSAS CrTYTxf THE GULP TA&STSQ TBBOUQH A GHSATE8 DnrcRSITT OF CLIMATE. BOIL AND RKSOUBCS TBAN AXT OTHER RAILWAt DC TBB WORLD. rOB ITS LXXOTH. A ton 1 ttna ara tha imt lrx1. (nlim) for r1r :) m'n. mm. flu riVMi:l.---miJuriilp(iB.,dr, hor. ktiui for oUx-r fruli and t.'rrkm' lor cummrrui ruHalnup. p-rt'. tomato nl rt-mral Irw k luu: I, J wnrwnntnd rt-wruillf...; rortiMr.-i.intal.iatta.l-'rt f.irralatrar aJ'arZ eattia, k,lm-j, pouitrj anU Aicu4um,u prion rtaclcc truu FREE GOVERNMENT HOMESTEADS ttwm4d..l2traornrprf fra. Cbaaa ro.rn.Hrtn. fecuvwkrr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 20 October 1904

THE TRIBUNE GEO. P. HI C KKI1Y NANNIE n. IIUCKEnT KrariniTiT - KdlMra nd Publishers "jwissorni "Cn ladles smoke In a.itotnobltesT'' qr.eries an exchange. Tbey can; but they don't. Hop have gone up, but hcy will go (linn Just Kit Mr. Illy as It nothing bad happened. For wearing a dress with a low neck on the street Mr. Tat Campbell annoyed by a lot of rubberneck!. Churche are uniting at great rate. I the religions world becoming miperdenomlnationallstically Inclined! Whew! A bine book of tbe cat aristocrats. of America ha been published. Ail rat look alike from the bedroom window. The collece young man. If desired, wM cheerfully look after the coeds. Chicago Tribune. Rubber? Dr. Gucsaulus say that the day or the boy orator Is gone. Sure. , The! boy orator has grown to a man and quit the habit. The wnrld'a fair air h!p rare was a fizile. Still. It Is worthy of praise for one thing. It didn't result In the kill ing cf anybody. Those lamas who pray even for the microbe they swallow migh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 20 October 1904

JOHN BURT II Aattsse TW kMaMnped Ml :'., Co!twt Kwm i tssrm." I t. OtPfliitinT.lw4.rT All rljt l (VfTi'-Hf. wv Fatnsi.es t eiisa Aiuaa restrvo A. J. V a t, UiMil.1 CHAPTER XXVII Continued. "When 1 made, tny start trad'u' bosses 1 was tickled to death If I noli a bo an' mad twenty ddlstV profit. That ten thousand dollars meant the atllin' of more than live hnm'-red lomi, an' all I had to do waa to reach out an take It. An I gar.ed at that money n' thought cow it would look la or bank book, an' I catd to him, "Mr. Morris,' saya I I'm your man.' Ad' then, eceln' how easy It waa to iri:k money here In tbla city coun cil, I made a deal with fclm by which 'I was to buy up aix other aldermen an' turn 'em over to him, same an If they vere a lot of hmtei or hags of pota toes. Then we drew up an agreement lo vote for the ordinance an' gave It to Mr. MorrU. Here. Mr. Oa!rmn. 1 the duly certified copy of thnt con tiaqt Part of the money m fa cash an' the rest In a certified check, an' 1 are bro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 20 October 1904

The Tribune. UKO. r. HlCRltBT, HAWNIK IU ini'CkCDV. bMrlptUsXatct i ntVm .....!.' I Tf M.thfc. Momhl .... SlRf I Cw... Knitted accnnllKi to lh acl Cwnrttlll tWi port ok ill Rica Mill, u od "U ! RirtDUCAN KOMSMtS. For President, THEODORE ROOSEVELT. For Vice President, , C1IAS. W. FAIRBANKS, State Ticket. For Governor. CYRUS P. WALBRIDGE. For Lieut. Governor, JOHN C. McKINLEY. For Secretary of Stte, JOHN E. SVV ANGER. For State Auditor, HENRY WEILDER. For State Treasurer, JACOB GMELICII. For Attorney General, HERBERT S. HADLEY. For Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner, FRANK WIGIITMAN. Electors at Large, LAWRENCE M. JONES, D. M. IIOUSER. For Congress, J- FRED RHODES. For Circuit Judge, CHAS. A. DENTON. County Ticket. For Representative, GEORGE CHURCH. For Treasurer. J. H. DOUGLAS. For Sherifl, 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. In September, 1904, Indi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 20 October 1904

2 lAMALMlJUH. 5 W-f 4 Ladies' ihoci at Duvalls. Ladies' lid childrrns hose Duvalls. Thrra s "Something doin" in Ilia lovt line down at Jolianuet & Son Dan E. Ilutton was id the fity Saturday, trading witl our rocr cbanti. Mr. Jas. E. Bailey, from east of the river was in the the city last Saturday. J. D. Moore and wife took trip down to Carl Junction Tues- on a (hart visit. Dont forget that the G. A. R bran supper will be held on the 17th o N i nt'-ff I he IX) ne real estate company hat Oklahoma land to tell for cash or exchange tor Rich Hill or Bates county property. Nobody ever ate better sand- witches than the Junior Ep worth Leaguers had at Mrs. Spraker's last Thuisdav evening. E. R. Williamson is in Clinton this week looking after his lumber interests while Mr. Montgomery visits the world's fair. The Done Real Estate Co., have sold to Dave Reece, the coal man, tue r rank temple ton property in the southwest part of the city. Uncle John Shellcnbarger, eighty one years old, w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 20 October 1904

1 vr v Wcf -r-"- v. vv av Our Indians. u Thv lm mjrnniMl an "Injun" nartV The thminHiitl bo) iim mil' alieel; I'm our tut Iinllni'H In III luiij Our Indian can beat. Tli.y all ivimf cut at o'rlx It Ami hHit It U I. II X, Tha Mml com-"' on the blnek Can t keep Ihwe rouiigxtara straight. Wild oun tha air la bursting full Th'v hav no um for puli-faee Uwa; Tha rhleftstn's name la Hit ( Ins; Bull. And all tha lull girl are squswa. The atreM repairer rami last week Italian, rollpr. brick and sand. And avrry urehin that could ahrli-k. Turned out to Juin the Injun band. a it n Xi j-' t : 1 MaJ. Davis bad the reputation of being a martinet, and whenever a pri vate soldier found himself before a court martial bo would make up bla mtud that If the major bad a role la the matter be was aa good aa con vie fed There were those who excused the officer's harshness on the ground that h belonged to the old acbool the school that looked upon the rank and Sle aa dogs but the fact remained that be war n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 20 October 1904

SADIEnOCINSON. forty CM SuWr4 From Nurvoutnm 4 Pll0 CaUrrft Faun Qu k Rtllct In a Fsw Dirt. KERVQ'JSKESS AND WEAKNESS CURED BY PMU-IIA. Mi Ssilie ItoWnniii, 4 Rand street, tlsl.len, Mjsv, writ-: 'IVrun wj reeouimenilcil to roe iboul a year (fo n excellent n iuiwly lor the iniublm peculiar to uurvi. and ih I found that nil that 'a miJ of lUia Hirlwlne u true, 1 em ptewM-U to en lace it. " began to ute It about seven months IfO for weakneaa and nerroutaeat, -mutd from overwork and tier pint 99, and hand that In m few days I began to grow strong, my appetite n tread and I began to sleep better, xntqoentlr my tterrouanets patted away and tba weakness In the pelvic srgaaa aoom disappeared and I Bar been well and strong ever since. A4itrrA Ir. i. It. liartron, lrcilcnt sv The 11 srtrnan Sanitarium, t'ailumbua. D., for free tnmlical a.lvice. AH ourrew pondence strictly confidential. When St. Jacobs Oil The old monk cvra, stror.j. tralght. aura, tackle Hurts. Sprains. Bruises Ths muscles fl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 20 October 1904

ALMOST FREE THB TWICK'A-WESK REPUBLIC) ANU THIWODtHN fAHMiR rou 20 CENTO. To plve every render lu this tcrrl lory nil the mhiphIrb and ra tion now and nn excellent fnnn Journal, vp will win! upon receipt of twenty Cents te Tw!:i-:-Vr.k Kips-lle, Including The Farm VMtor, from now until InveuiUr 1, l!H4, and Thi V.:tm Iter, A Farmar'e Family NiwiHH'i From IVe. 1. 1004, to Dec. 1, l!tO.V Thlstsnn unprecedented offer yon cannot afford lu miss. Send 10 cents at once anil prt t rejrnlnrly tle Xew ot the Day, the Campaign, the Fnnn and Home, lie Bure to ad drew all mnil to THB K FIT BMC. IT, LOCIS, MO, SAMPLE GOriKS FREE. Where both paper" are not deetr k! mibscrlpUons loreUher separately tor the term stated above will te ac cepted upon receipt of TEN CENTS. Tmaoc Mams Dmwni Corvmawr Ac ante,', Min rvir cfnioa f i mm Ubr m OTWIr1!r-A4tt!fcl. WM.1fcnrta em CMa mi fr. wT f fnnng HM1 Scitnanc Jlncricfti. rwlatiMM f kt ew-'me imrMl, Ymt, 4 r:'j:::uco.'-Hr.TTcr. Brow (Xoa. C r St. VMtMnKua. ft...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 27 October 1904

t RICH MIILI 7 e iL JiiL J iLMO VOLUME Iff BICII HILL, MlSSOCUI.TnCR.SOAT, OCTOBER 27, fSKMU 5. H TTTQ TT TTiT n ,ii D JL s JITORS'XCURGIONS rm ALL peiKi, n HOME VI! r.nssouni pacific hailway. -SBU8WTIT REDUCED RATES EAST.sss . INDIANA, WESTERN OHIO. LOUISVILLE, ICY., Aa iwTcnMctaTK roiwnt , ' -M UBUT5LU, fOTOB, LFTSTSST US ttTOISJOtfl, IT. "i"" . arm, km uctooer lit. Rctara Hail, 30 day. UUn I M aS THIS HUINT T T TbH tfc als aa yr frtanda f aays. nKUt, mmmmi inHari smut. oa Kansas City Southern Railway MStrm!ebt as tii Crow F0csM KANSAS CITY TO THE GULP PASsrwa THaoccm a oekates mteesitt op climate. SOOi AKT RESOtTBCB THAN AKT OTHER RAILWAY IS TUS WOBLD. FOB ITS LENGTH. AWiN11m arvth (mot liv1,t!tl f'r jrrtnrlnf amaU rraln. Mm, , mtln: . ommr lilrl'"l P"" borrba!, f, u-r fruit, and IvrrM; for funmpiriil r.nial'HJi, BMtiiiB, vifnato and r-nrr&l Irtki-k firm,; f-r aurrcftafd rt.rulitTiWuii furfe"H'rvliwtiMtiittt.-rt frraLin horn-, Batura, cavUa, Uue,uju-t, puulirj sod Aura cuun l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 27 October 1904

1 THE TRIBUNE JTCO. P. HUCKEBY Editor and publishers VANNIB R, HUCKEBY "MISHOUiU RICH Hfl.I- A skull would make a good f.gurs lead or tbo modern rail mud looouio .!. The k-bMer is said to be dlssrpesr 4 ng from American waters. That ao 1 MunU for lorao thing. , Tbe mowing machine knocked out , the fsrmcr'a scythe and lb a racing machine la after Death'. D? al! means, lot the scientist "ls iato" the pcnumonla germ. It jvocst tie, giv it a lita sentence. Santo Domingo cannot expect to at tract public attention at tbia lima with a litUe 2z4 revolution. Ferhap the members of tbat Amlsh colony who insist tbat tbe earth la fiat bad two to see a minstrel ahow. Bad whisky killed fifteen persons In New York. There are no statist lea to show bow many good whisky killed. Richard Mansfield take bia pen la band to aay tbat "no one la writing and few are acting." A aatlog dis tinction. New Tork and Boston hare tbe , champion baseball teama. Profestion ; al baseball la now played mostly by aid peo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 27 October 1904

JOHN BURT 1 Avtkar af 'Ttr. KMMrH Millionaire." CoImmI Mown' UwtrtM, tat. On-Tniutrr, liru, ht All HrhH CorvKi'iirr, Inn ruiui.ii ( L'tiiAM iim nuaiini A. J. Uaasst, Uiuiiii i CHAPTER XXIX. I Edith' Confession. "The paiwra say Mr. Morrl will be arrested! It' awful, Jessie! l.ix.k at the. big headlines! Isn't It awful?" I'.dUh Hancock's cheek were red dened with excitement she dashed Into nor cousin's room. "Mr. Ulake wa here while the general wa at breakfast." he rabbled on, breath lessly. "They talked a minute and then he hurried away. Isn't Mr. Ulake lovely? And he' so big and hand some, and generous, and good-looking, and manly, and and everything- I Just love him Jessie, don't you?" She looked closely at Jessie Carden. "I I like him. Edith. It wouldn't do for both of a to love him, would it, cousin mint?" "He love you." protested Edith, with a blush. "I know he doe. Are you sure you don't love htm, Jessie, Jnt a little bit?" "Quite sure," laughed Jessie, a the roue came to her c...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 27 October 1904

-The Tribune. Mr.O. I. BVCKEBT, HAMMK K. SUCKKBY. f.iillortnaa latUaar. S abler tptlaaKalast On. . .. minaMMlk... bit Month. .. ln)a loplm, I nfrtrd ictenMnf la th Kl ol C-"orfT. In tVl. port 1Tk ci Rfch Kill, M Mvasd (bu BH maim. KlTtCLICAN NO'.INllS. For President, THEODORE ROOSEVELT. For Vice President, C1IAS. W. FAIRBANKS. State Ticket. For Governor, CYRUS P. WALBRIDGE. For Lieut. Governor, JOHN C. McKIKLEY. Fcr Secretary of State, JOHN E. SW ANGER. For State Auditor, HENRY WEILDER. For State Treasurer, JACOB GMEL1CII. For Attorney General, HERBERT S. HADLEY. For Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner, FRANK WIGIITMAN. Electors at Large, LAWRENCE M. JONES, D. M. HOUSER. For Congress, J. FRED RHODES. . For Circuit Judge, CHAS. A. DENTON. County Ticket. For Representative, GEORGE CHURCH. For Treasurer. J. II. DOUGLAS. For Sheriff, CLYDE B. SPENCER. For Prosecuting Attorney, GEORGE TEMPLETON. For Coroner, C. B. COLSON. Forjudge North District, GEORGE RUBLE. For Judge South District, J...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 27 October 1904

Jot Gravel of Sprtgue w tu town last Friday. VV. W. UUktf o! Mi-it, wa tin our reei, lt Svunlay. "Closing out" piicet on 1 car loads of Stoves at Johannes & Sunt. Dont forget that the G. A. It. bean (upper will be held on the 17th of November. W. C. Hedden was in town last Saturday (till nursing bit hand but it 1 getting better. Mrt. M. S. Cowlei came down latt Saturday for a vittit to the faint ly of J. M. McKibben and other friends. It i reported that II G. Spraker will put a box ball alley in the east room of the Logan building on l'ark ave. The Done real estate company has Oklahoma lands to sell for cash or exchange for Rich tlilt or Dates county property. Just received another car load of Heating and Cooking Stoves. Come and get the advantage of car load rates and prices. Johnannes & Sons. Mr. Wai Hern, of Hume, was a delegate to the Woman's Heme missionkry society of the M. E. church, south, in this city Oct. 21, to 34. Mr. Ed Jones city clerk, went to St. Louis last T...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 27 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
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