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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 10 November 1904

Jc Uel.t ..... ... . ia"vccl ( "ncj In I I 19 od i. i : Supernent RI6JJ HILL TOIIOHE. TIIUKSDAY. NOVEMBER IO. 1904 FOLK IS ALONE. ONLY DEMOCRAT ELECTED TO STATE OFFICE IX MISSOURI. ROOSEVELT WON BY 15.000. SEVEN AND PERHAPS EIGHT RE PUBLICAN CONGRESSMEN. ASSEMBLY IS REPUBLICAN. MKANN KETIHEMKNT OP COCKIlKLt, AH V. 8. SEN A TO It lfntocrti t.'Ulm Polk Election bj 33.000, bat Republicans Concede Itlro Ooly ' 10,000. Folk to be NnecMlml Clrrull Attorney by Republic. COUNTY RESULTS. REPUBLICANS CARRY COUNTY FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE AND R E PR ES EXT ATI V E. As we go to press we are en abled to announce the following result of Bates county's vote: Majority. Jos. W. Folk, governor, 455 D. A. DeArmond, congress, 184 C. A. Denton, cir. judge, R 20 Geo. Church, rep. R A B. Ludwick, pros. atty. Moses Morris, sheriff, W. R. Bell, treasurer. Jno.ArmstrongJudge s.disR 151 P. A. Bruce, judge n. dist. 33 This gives the Republicans the representative and one county juage. The indications are that Judge D...

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. — 17 November 1904

TO ELL TMBU T74 i volume IS BIOII HILL, MIHHOUUI. THURSDAY, VOTEXBEB I7,I0. Se.ll THE RICH Arc You Interested In the South? IK.) YOU CAKE TO KNOW OK THE MARVELOUS DEVELOPMENT NOW GOING OX IN The Great Central South? OK INNUMERABLE OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUNG MEN" OR OLD ONE-TOOROW RICH? Do you wunt to know about rich farming Innd. fertile. well located, on n TninU Line Railroad, which will produce two. three nnd fourcroi from the (tnine lield enr h year, and which can lie purchoHt-d at Tory low price nnd on c;iy tcrniB? About Htock r.Vislnjr where the extrvin of win ter feeding Ik but tiix idiort weeks? Of jdactn where truck frrowlng and fruit railing yl''ld eii. irtuoim rctiiniH eivrh yinr? Of a land where you en n live out of door every day In the, year? Of opportunllic for exUiblUlilnjf profitable niiinufacturlnn Industrie; of rich mineral location"", find, uplen dld bindneH oix-nliiK? If you want to know the dctaviU of any or nil of these write me. I will gladly nd vine you fully mi...

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. — 17 November 1904

THE TRIBUNE ORO. P. lUTCKKBY DANNIE H. JIUCHEDY Kdlton and Publishers RICH HILL MISSOURI During the football season th y oiler peril U ever present "What la worse than the stint of a wasp?" asks aa Ohio editor. Two waapst A Milwaukee woman adverting for a man to do her housework. Wbat'a the matter with ber husband? Among other agencies for the rapid dissemination of news there are over 130,000 barbers In the United States. When a man baa to tend Mi own furnace the devil pains not only a per manent residence, but an experienced worker. It cost one gay New Torker $500 to take his first ride In the new sub way. A pickpocket got his shirt front diamond. Long life and continued success to Mrs. Gilbert, who made her debut as a star In a New York theater at the age of S3. A New York society woman said It took eight cloaks to keep her warm A cold stare from her would freete a blast furnace. Two Atlanta lawyers found 11,000 In the trunk of a negro woman who died the other day the exact amoun...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 17 November 1904

mm t VET v.. "Ther. Nvr Mind." Yisrs havs aH, but nil I hear (hrm, MhDit'ii Wii1, '"I it-. tiPM-r lllllld,' Iliur sirves uiiiv to j r iii-m 'I d Bib as It r.U I' Hint. Wj'Ii.i (t 'i.. I ui mm 1 often !.. I mv.-'.f. wh.-ti 1 1 c. nt. !- tilft, linlf x l,er lu si.ion 11 ail In Die ! niii ly. Tea's, hut still I ik hoi- risking. H'lllllDK mi- til-Oil l.-r l.n-niO. li' lti aims alM.ut nn- m kin. betting all my rnri at ri-M T I'Ut null I htur hi r ir.Hng Mi- In volm au low ami kind While my t'-nra aie swiftly ffHn. ftouthing like. '"J lifiu, iirver muni." All my tioylah trouMe vanished Whin she s(Mk t In mntil to ma. All my tear wvce quit sly tmntsiied. SiHin 1 slumlei-il n-Hi-f uilv. Oft I wish when wiw )-. t me. And gum worrl-- now I find. Thst old rather Tit. maul J let ma lirar -tier av? "There, ni-vir mind " . lilJ. ljutllry In Kansas City bur. .Sheridan' Great FaL For personal gallantry, military eklll and Just confidence In tbe cour age and patriotism of his troops dis played by Ph...

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. — 17 November 1904

The Tribune. t.i o. r. ntcHt.ny, MANMIK R. HICKKUY. Edltorlkftd PsbllAbsrs. SabsertpttoBHstssi 0n Var ... Vl.tHt I "nir MiMtltk.M Sim Mnmhi... .. I Slim la Copt 3 Knttrtd accontinf to tti c ol ConfMl ht pott offlc ! RIcS Hill, wowid li ll The Iowa troop fought nobly. Our legislature this winter will not employ 400 clerks. Nine out of sixteen congressmen from Missouri is not bad. Knock down the St. Louis coal oil inspector's salary to righteous figures. Cut down the St. Louis excise commissioner's salary to less than we pay the governor. Knock out the St. Louis, St. Joe and Kansas City election laws, aod replace them with righteous laws. The republicans have taken Mis souri like the Dutch took Holland. They have irlways been here, but just come into their own. With cne senator and nine rep resentatives in congress, Missouri will begin to vote for and not against her own interests. The stars and stripes will float over the state capital at Jefferson Cit. after January bnd there'll be ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 17 November 1904

LOCAL iMihKS. J; A. C. liradley think there 11 hope (or Kentucky now. "Closing out" prices on 1 car loads ol Stoves at Johannes V Sons. t Old newspapers, 5c (or a big bundle at Tint Thibunk office. Mrs. J. C, Grigg o( Keavle) was in tlie city shopping last Mon ti ay. Mr. and Mr. Loeb, o( Columbia are in the cilv visiting the iamily of Mr. Herman Leb. Mrs. W. C. I'rown is quite sick and her mends have been quite anx ious about her but on last report she was somewhat belter. F. E. Kellogg wife and daughter came up from Nevada and attended the entertainment at the Presbyter ian church Monday evening. Miss Nannie lluckeby went to Warrensburg last Friday and re mained over Sunday visiting her friend Mrs. V. C Coleman. Just received another car load of Heating and Cooking Stoves. Come and get the advantage of car load lates and prices. Johnannes & Son. Wm. McPheron, sr. and wife went to Hsrrisonille, Monday to attend the funeral of a brother of Mr. McPheron, who died recently at the a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 17 November 1904

JOHN BURT I XSFZSZ Author at "The KMnaprwel MIIUofMlre,'' "Colninl MMfM'l Dejetrt." i"tc friaiiT, ivit, ht All rtehte (raiitT, Ima nr Fanuasn u Urnu Aitt reserved A. i. ileal L lliunii i CHAPTER XXXII Continued. "The hotel furnishes mniilies," re sponded Illakrv coolly. "Here'a a match," said Klngsley. "Thanks, old chap." Morris calmly struck a light and, holding the brlpht new thousand-dollar note a fern- feet from ElaVu'a hc-al. he United tt. "Very clever, Mnrrla." said Plake, replacing hia porktHbook. "Muat be a new sensation to burn my money? tMJ you burn your fingers again Morris?" "Don't go too far with me, Plake!" Morris exclaimed. "I'll not stand for it. do you hear? I've lost, and I'm atill a gentleman; you've won, and are yet a cad! You've taken my money and won the woman. Keep away from me." "I didn't seek this interview," said Blake, his face flushed with rising anger, "but alnce It's to be our last one, I'm going to tell you something. I've not a dollar of your money an...

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. — 17 November 1904

i tf;VY ) I -W gfo Wa c : : I 7.YU 7 1 W . 1 C . 44k - A prominent South rc Blanchard, of Nashville, Tenn., tells how 1 ft m - ... sne was cured ot backache, dizziness, pain ful and irregular periods by the use of Lydu E Pinkhom's Vegetable Compound -.r ?J HAM vT G,ratitude me to acknowledirc the E?h Wi 1 7T T,Ubla Oompcund. 1 have sufiered for four year villi irregular and painful meostruiuion, also dizziness, nains in the hack and lower limbs, and fitful leep. I dreaded the tkJe toconw Vhk Would only mean nuSeririfr to me. Matter health Is all I wanted, and cure if po.iMe. Lrdla E. Pink- "ll'1" V;,nPr"n1 rougtt cie healLh and happiness in a w? mout; 1 M another person now. My achei and rains have left me. Life Be ma new and aweet to me, and eventing .ms plaarant and easy, jo nnr'U'8i'roUt althend ras worth more than month nnder the doctor's care, which really did not U-neflt me at alL I am at Lstted Uiere no medicine bo good for fi. k women as your Vegetable Cbmjjound, and 1 advoc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 17 November 1904

Illli en t. IE h i.Mt ill l.l i um in TIT n v 5 l A KMti Ttnllwsy LitlO, TrtTanlsf tin VJM-S KANSAS CflLAttOMA imdia mtniroitv I IX AM AMD 1H3 SQUIHWIUt Mississippi ' ALABAMA A MO THE SOUTHEAST K-du-vi rates In fleet all the JTr to EUREKA SPRINGS V iiii-.K'!i'' J i urn-. Alio!-. and dims .: u u-,:r inutuieeni cJ rf"rwl iiTTe. Frisco Time Table. RICH Rl 1,1 MISSOURI, Dkparth. KauHiw City Mall nnd Ex press ...C:25 a. in. Texan. Oklahoma A Mem phis, Mail and Kxpress 4:30 p. m. 'uilioa Center 4:4o p. ui. Legal Notices. Friends nnd subsciihcrs to this pnper will confer favor upon lis by ordering their legal notices printed in this paper. Tlicv can tlun see for thetmrlvcs whether the notice are correct or not. ODDITIES IN CIGARETTE. Fads and Fancies of Toung Men Wbe Trefer to Koll TUelr Own Smokes. W pmmptiy ilfi1il V U. l-l Forrl.ll f -4..L.i tn.ll iifU'li nr tl (Mai til itivruUiin lot f fnvnpt.rt on in-ntrHity. frnr frr book, "TRADE-MARKS HI Aitmvr.H. Kuumih City Mail nnd Kx- pn-KK 9:4 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 24 November 1904

RICH MILL TKIBUN voLUiii: i MCH HILL, MISSOURI. TIICIiSDAT, NOVKMliKU 24. (904. TELE Are You Interested in the South? MO YOIT t'ARK TO KNOW OK THK MARVELOUS DKVKLOPMENT NOW (iOING ON IN The Great Central South? OF INNUMI:RAHLK Oi'POinTNlTIKA FOR young men Oft OLD ONES TO fiKOW MCH? I you wniit to know Mount rirli f. inning ImikIh. fertile well located, on n Trunk I.Ino Kullro.id, u hirh will produce two. thrw and four crop from tin' kiiiii li'Iil each year, ami which enn 1h ptirthusi'd nt very low prieen nml on etmy term? Ahout Mock ruMn; where the extreme of win ter feeding 'ik Iml t-lx Hit short wiyU? of ilac(i where truck Rrowlnjr and fruit raising yield cilii-mimiih ret urn each year? if a land when you can live out of door every day In the year'.' Of opportunity for eKtahMtdiln profit idilf in;i mifm t urini; ludtint r!f-; of rich mineral lorntlnn. and splen- (11,1 llllfilll-r. oM-lillK? If you w ant to know the detaiU of any or all of thee writ; me. I w ill gladly ;nlvieyini f...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 24 November 1904

the tribune' NANNIE R, HUCKEBT Publisher rich him. MISSOURI r.0,r,',,'.,r:",,:n "h-..,l!"L,l" ....... ' o Bum it uuj. u. I beauty. France will not approve of automrv bile racing until It can b mad m barmleM aa dueling. If th Japanese have a tew more royal birthdays the army will go Into tba hand of the undertaken. Gossip of the links: "A Berlin ex pert promulgates the Information that there are 3,000 varieties of sausage." What a girl Jovea about a football game la that, not knowing anything about It, she can pretend to enjoy It wildly. Russia owes France $l,6o0 .000,000. That settles It. Russell gage will never bave any respect for France after this. Danville. Ky., recently bad a water famine. A strange feature of the case was that the citizens regarded It as serious natter. The Balkan war cloud is In the property-room, so thickly covered with dost that It might easily be mistaken for a feather bed. The cancer experts are in session, and the consensus of opinion la that an operatio...

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. — 24 November 1904

JOHN BURT 1 SS" Aetkar ef "Tk kMnarrwe mt'.Homlrts," "WmI Mwm (iwlrin tic , 'ititT. rr j ah ru m I (vrrai'iirr, I1 t 1 ' LenaM AMm nri I A. J. Daaisl. Hmuil CHAPTER XXXIII Continued. "You are very good to come, at th!i Hour, the sufferer said. "I spoke to you this evening of my dear frUnd from CaHfornla. Miss Carden. allow wo to present blu. Cod bless you oth!" And thin they met, after the weary flight of years. Teudtrly laying Wake back on the pillows, John clapped Jessie's hand and looked la Iior fare. "John!" "Jessie!" "Take hpr In your arm. John! Don't mind me. She love " His voice died wish a whisper, and, with a long-drawn sigh, he closed his yes. "He's dying! Call the doctor!" ex claimed Jessie, fear and pity chasing the love light from her eyes. "Don't send for him, I'm all right now," pleaded liiake. opening bis yes. "Let me lie her and talk to jou. Tbo sight of you two Is better than all the drugs or Instruments. I bave something to tell you Miss Car Jen. I " "Tou promised...

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. — 24 November 1904

The Tribune. or.O. P. BCCKf HT, WAKMK R. Ht CRKUY. Billtorikad rnblUhur. ankerlptleiiKttt One Vcir ........1. I TWMml... ,Vi Monih. .AS Sine" lov"--' t .OS pod offict uRia Hill, u MOMd clatl Mil Biiw The Postmaster's term t Neva da does not expire until January H)oG but there is already a number of aspirants for tbe place among them O.W. Neff of the Herald, a mighty good maa. Tension Commissioner Ware has resigned. The President lias accepted the resignatioa to take effect January ist. The person most prominently mentioned as his successors are J. C Davenport Ass't. Commissioner and Ex-Commissioner J. C. Black. This stuff about Stone resigning and letting a republican legislature elect Cockrell in his place makes ons tired. We are not an admirer of Senator Stone's politics but we don't think him a fool by a long idiot. We remember when Cock rell was elected to the Senate. His Confederate record was his enure political stock in trade. He was not in as good political odor then as Ston...

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. — 24 November 1904

g LOCAL IJItlKFS. J Am! now our Catholic brethren re lecturing their church. K. F. Smith, of Rockville, was on our streets last Friday. Gate Xcpp will soon move back to Rich Hill from Kansas City. Old newspapers, 5c for a big bundle at Tiiic Tribune office. The Tkibcnk telephone is No. 52. Send in your items by tele phone. Mrs. Jutin Fortune Earl is visit ing her parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. C Fortune. Miss Hattie Hatcher came in from Foster Saturday on a short visit tc her home folks. Dr. Slater will be in his denta othce from Tuesday morning to Saturday noon every week, tf liert Hrown came in from St. Louis a few days ago on a visit to his mother who is fjuite sick. Harry Harris is the happy father of a bran new bov that came to his home Sunday morning Nov. 201I1. Russell Youi.g after a visit to his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Young returned to Kansas City last Fri day. Mr. G. L. Kersey came down from Itutler last ThursJay and visi ted 1 he family of Wm. M. Done the real etate man. The...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 24 November 1904

T i i. m w Q i.Ki .x) mm i l i - g a tv r-w. r OSit tha rri wa bright. Thanksgiving nixrn. With im dark of hay and shocks of corn. In pumpkin heaps In the rambling shed. Ani its AftlM brown and green and red. And In Its cellar Ita winter store In bin that were filled and running oer With all the things that a farm could kH-p. In barrel and Wn and goodly heap, ltttng to the rafters and liid away Oh I the farm was a gootliy sight that day! And here and there were tha Jersey stock, Tha -sheep and horsee old Prince and Jock Tha turkeys and geese and awkward -calf, And the iroat that mada tha children laugh. A pair of mutes that a friend had sent Cit to the farm on esperlment. Fireona and fowl and a gtiineti-p'g, Lkk tnat wera small and dogs that were big. Chickens that wera white and black and gray Oh! the farm was a pleasant macs to etaji Out bark of tha honsa the orchard stood. Then came tha brook and tha chestnut wood. " raw-nil where tha children plajp, ". fo1.Ver barn with Its pile...

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. — 24 November 1904

( ( )' 1 1 ii A prominent club woman. Mr. Danforlh, of St Joseph, Mich., tells bow she was cured of falling of the womb and its accompanying pains and misery byLydia E. PinkJiaci's Vegetable Compound. Dk Mb. Pimwi-Llfe looks 'dark Indeed wlirn a woman feels that bcr strength Is fading away and sho baa no hopes of ever being restored. Bach was my feeling a few months aro wben I was advised that my poor health was caused by rrolapaua or fulling; of the womb. The word sounded like a kaeil to me, 1 felt that mv sua bad art ; but Lviliia IX rtukham's Ycf. table Compound came to me as an eliair of life ; it restored the loot forces and built ue np until my pood health returned to tne, For four months I took the medicine daily, and each dose axliied health and strength. I am so thaakfnl for the help I obtained through its use." Ma. FtiOMscE Daxfoktu. l'JOT Miles Are.. St. Joseph. Mich. IHO0 fmr't-t If tf afrsaf MM aWaf .wannal amaaf wftflt FUKU MF.niCAti ADVICE TO WOMEN. Women would : time...

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. — 24 November 1904

The Official Vote of Bates County for the Year 1904. i riv f fc 5 ? ? ? I . J I f ? ? s ? ? ? ? I IS B i I I I hHi r r i l l H I i f i ?r m r g H i i n ; ! M M M I H M ! h " M U I I yn i j j i ! ! j j j ; 2 ! j j j ! j f r p i i M j y. S j I I ! ! I ! ! ! I I ! I ! It! ! I ! i III o I 1 i W ss I s::: J !::::::::::: : : i " m e : : ! . : 1 ! : i : ! I 1 : : i ! I : : i : ! : ! i ! ! ! j i ! ! ! I i ! ! ! i i ! ! i ! ! ? I S i ! I ! ! j ::::!:::::: ; ::::: i :::: j 5 : t : s J : i i LJ ! i i i i I Li S L.JLJ L 5 . - V! c For President I'nrkor, I) llotvevelt. U Swallow, l'ro llebs. Soeiallut Socialist ltor WatMon, l'copica party For (iovernor J. W. Folk, I) C. I. Wnlhrldp, K Llentenant-4overnor T. U Ktibey, 1 John V. McKinlny, It Secretary ot Ktate Snin It. Cook, D John K. fSwangvr, E SStato Auditor Albert O. Allen, I Win. W. Wilder. U Ktnte Trenfmrrr ' Jim. Cowgill, D Jacob K. Umelicb, K Attorney (ienernl Klllott W. Major, D 11. S. Hadley, it II. 11. Coinmlnnloner Kulx std.v, I Frank ...

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

THE RICH' ME lido VOLUMK lli HIC1I HILL, MIBSOCIil. THURSDAY, DECLMDLU 1,1904. Arc You Interested In the South? DO YOU CARE TO KNOW OF THE MARVELOUS DEVELOPMENT NOW GOING ON IN The Great Central South? OF INNUMERABLE OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUNG MEN OR OLD ONES TO GROW RICH? Ho you want to know about rich farming land, fertile, well located, nnaTrunk Line linllrond, which will from the mime fi -ld each year, nnd which tan be purchaed nt very low prices nnd on easy term? About stock rrtltdng where the extreme of win ter feeding I but nix ( abort ivwkn? ' Of plnce whore truck growing nnd fruit ruining yield enormous return each yenr? Of tt Innd where you can live out of do..r every day in the yenr? of opportunities for establishing profitable manufacturing Industrie; of rich mlnernl locations, and splen dld bUKinea nietiing? If you want to know ihe detail of any or nil of these write me. I will gladly advise you fully nnd truthfully. G. A. PARK. General Immigration and Industrial Agent LOU...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 1 December 1904

THE TRIBUNE GEO. P. HUCKKHY NANNIE R. HUCKEBT ( Editors end Publishers RICH HILL . . MISSOURI The )at survivor of the noble. 8l Hundred Is dead agsln. ro you suppose any young woman with sense would marry Thaw it be had so money? AB English lord U to become monk. Probably tired of leaking a monkey of himself. "Poets should let their hair grow." fays a contemporary, with an air of 'Uhority. Can they stop Itf Two wsr correspondents are report ed killed. In the meantime, the oth ers are merely killing time and space. Princess Louise denies that she is insane, tut has not et teen heard to remark that sbo Is cot somewhat im proper. ' Platinum can be drawn Into wire so fine that It la InTlsible to the caked eye. It teems to be something like a 25-cent beefsteak. Kansas City has an "An Fait" clirb. It is a secret organization. Probably the secret Is to find out what the club's name means. Fashionable Englishmen now wear teams pressed in their costs. Also a good many of them seem to have cr...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 1 December 1904

NEWi.'OF Unlocks the boodle1 fund. ' Msnry Nleolaua to Oct tha $75X00 in tht 6f Depoit Box. 1ST. I.OU3. Jud;; Wim. of the rlr- nit court, lu the cho? of lleiiry NI''o iatu asraitint Charles H. Turner, for merly president of the Kuburhun Kail way company, the German Havings In stitution, Kills Walnwrtghl ati1 other, ) decided that the plaintiff was en titled lo recover f75,'i, tbe boodle fun I placed in the safe deposjt with the Lincoln Trunt company ly the Suburban Railway company, to bribe member of the house of delegates, lor the reason that "Mr. Nicolau was Ignorant of the purposes for which the money was to be applied." -If this ault were brought." nays Judge Wood, "by Turner, who was the maker of the note, the court probably wmiH not grant any relief." Judge Wood Issued an order direct ing that the tTS.noo be procured from the Lincoln Trust company, on an ex ecution, but suspended decree until . tha criminal -division of the circuit court shall decide that the Suburban find is ...

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