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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 16 April 1903

rrpTC TO) Uffmr fthtd) tttott tt Mi La. UICH MILL, MIKKOUill, TIJL'ItSOAT, APRIL 16, I03. volumi: t.i T7 JIlIjo it 1"JIGE EUERY MEET! THE ST. LOUIS Mi Great Republican Paper cf America INDIAN SQUAWS. BREVITIES OF TVS. Ti e Great Newspaper ol the World GLOBE-DEMOCRAT OIIE DOLLAR A YEAR cones fkkk. Art Aieptt In Art Lact-Makicg Hay Weallty Patron. One of the many practical memo- .j, , Mltill ir ,.w i,T (cll0U rial to the late JiuJicp ttiuppie, oi Minnesota, is the f.r.v. estabh-hmet of lace-making aa a ucmu of liuli hood for the ltd sacs among boui b labored 10 devoutly fori ear. It was his belief, ay tie Louis ville Courier-Journal, that if pivew proper c ncournpt mi nt North Ann-riot' aboriginal tribe could make an honest and comfortable livirgat tie 1 I .,-.1 ..I, Ml. I,; a i if uurl i ... . .vi .... r;. y that Theodore-never thinks. i inn f n nti hi rilani WSi JillS i Ulster (pnt'y to tew 17) "ijii.it L i , njr boy. can yoa tdl m to j li Ht ) .o, jr; but unsure tiiy fat her i oiil...

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. — 16 April 1903

The Tribune. .M. r. HCCKT.PT, NAK1K R, MKKPI'V. KHrts Fatttlihcrl. n Vf ....... !. I TWc Minrtil . t)' IHonih.... AC I Stnf la lapirt .......S F.rHarcd aerflwtiwa; o the act ol Conrrrifl ih funt offi. at Rita Hilt, at Kami d4 mall Miner. The lawyers jot $i 15.000 out of the Etrston will case at Colorado Spring. Kirj; Cbri.in of Denmark was 85 year old April Stl. Ilia birth day was duly celebrated. The Fair Dedication down at St. Louis April 30 and May 1 and 2 will cost $175,000, Come to think of it. this is a good time to buy thermometers; they will soon be going up. Some people are still foolish enough to waste time in trying to convince the women that they ought not to wear corsets. We believe our city election re sulted in the choosing of the best men among the candidates who were running. There will be little or no change in the management of the city affairs. One of the best signs of the pros perity of the manufacturing and in dustrial interests ot the country is the strikes wh...

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. — 16 April 1903

Do Yoa Know We have (lie lpst assort ment of granite ware in the city. Goo ! grsnil tea kettles J7C llrM I I in.- (atr.lts,s wa ter bucket 07 A complete line of Heeds Ami-rusting tinware, ab solutely guaranteed never to rutt. The lcr.gest wearing of !l kitchen wares. We hope you won't need drug, but when you do let us fil our wants. The best goods at rifil.t pri:es. OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE. l B. K1CKLY, Proprietor Opera Moose Bldg. Rich Mill, Mo, For candirs, cigars, tobacco go to Dm all's Racket store. Clyde Allen anJ Fred Holloway spent Sunday in Butler. John Martin Jr. took the noon passenger Tuesday for Ovid, Mo. V. S. CJ. Prowel spent Sunday w ith his family visiting at Xenta,. Kas. Mr. I. W. Sheckley. a former Rich Hill meichaut was in the city Tuesday fioin the state of Kansas. Mr. F. It. Lane was in the city Tuesday on a business mission and made a pleasant call on Tu Tut- 8CNK. Mi Kilty Harris came down from Kansas City t spend Sunday with her patent, Dr. and Mrs. W. W....

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. — 16 April 1903

- V V fc. a"- va. H in JLTURAL 1 hi'ii IX mm, I tin c!es n a. w r ' 7f -area. 1 w t w a- mm .a. Y V S Harness, Field & Garden Seeds, House & Carriage Paints. fi.'7. p ii?, 1 i ll THE FARM IMPLEfwIENT CO.. their house chuck lull of New, Fresh Good just from the factory, in car load lots. It will pay the public to see these goods and learn the prices before purchasing elsewhere. Some of cur specialties are tie JANESVILLE EDGE DRUP PLANTER d the TIGER DISC PLANTER, the H ALLOC K WEED ER: also the celebrated GOODNOUGH SULKY PLOW d the CHAMPION HOUSE PAINTS, ard other goods too numerous to mention, l'lcasc call and see what wc have to otter. No trouble to show goods. I Oich Hill, Mo. Manager Hprnj !i)(f ApptaTreesi Lditor Fsnmtcndi l'l-e tell how to make Hordfiiiis; mivtnie for pf .lying upple tiers, fur killing the i;wcls tlmt cue the fiu'.t to l im pci foci j Ko to me on plums and grnprvinc. dive thi intarmaUor, in full, no to he eaVi'y tinder ooJ. I)., Bird's Run, U. We publis...

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. — 23 April 1903

I TRIE RICH -I N. .1.1 BICII HILL, MISSOURI TIlt llSOAT, AFKIL 23. !03 f Tti-ilGE EVERY ITJEEK THE ST. LOUIS The Great Republic!.. Paper of America NCHOOIjKLKCTIOM miwlxt TtieUepI Cowrteoua The rr.ult of the cl.-oi election i Foui-ye r- l Inland i devoted i Kivcti below. Le than one-i to his y.mng and l-uw!ul Aunt half the vol of the ccunty vas poll- j Louie. Oi.e otoru.og, . she wst 1.. . . .4 . . . J talking lo mm irom me aecunu- Ire Grtat Newspaper of the World GLOBE-DEWRA" QiiE DOLLAR A YEAR li,iif Journal. Two prM-" every m ihpiks 1 1: 1 : K. DAILY GLOBE-DEi-IOGRAT line no e .ual or rival n...o..X WVaU-rn , Vl. - the l.an.1 of evi-rr rvmVr of AN Y .tally -J-r. PRICEBYmHTPO ed. I)oe thi mtm that the peo pie lake but little Imercrt in the public schools, or that they re for get lul of election tor chool office; or do they have o much confidence in the integrity '" h5lity of those .. Is.. .1 Blli-njl ik.l lh-k- te'lil hi ,..... f. 1 ,(, ..... . - . - - - .i?c in t lt-f-r i lie r.i...

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. — 23 April 1903

The Tribune. riro. r. BCt imi, mvxtm k. tuvKcnt . atlortad lallUSir. I fc Kirf pt I o w It t . Yaw t. I Tr Mwta .. hi. M . I Kirfl Copiaa tat oili; I Ikt wr ol Cfitilln l p. l Hit Hit, M ktohI !) . The Dreyfus esse in to be opened again in Frar;ce. Sotr.i of our state oHicials don't like to g3 before the gran! jury to tell what thry know about bood ling Lteu.Gov. Lee for instance. There are said to be j.ooo tons t-f silver coin in the United States. Now if we had about half of it we would be able to wear new spring bat. That Boiton clergyman wl.o says women with birds on 'there bon nets will never go to heaven, should explain the ultimate destination of ministers with notoriety bees in their bonnets. But few people will believe the testimony of Voutsey in the Goebel murder trial in Kentucky under the shadow of that $100,000 fund with the gallows staring him in the face. The temptation under the pressure was too great for a man like Youtsey. Some writers are expressing doubts as to w...

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. — 23 April 1903

)o You llnov We have the best assort enc nt of granite ware in the city. Good granite tea kettlea QJc Hest blue eamlest wa ter bucket - 07c A complete line of Reeds Anii-tusting tinware, ab solutely guaranteed never to rust. The longest wearing o( ail kitchen wares. We hope you won't need drugs, but when you do let it fill our wants. The best goods at right pri:es. OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE. D.B.fl!CKir, Proprietor Optra noose Btig. Rich KM, Mo Apiil snowcr ate the order r, ?!: tiny just now. Geo..J iluckehy ' M I'lca--tut Gup Wrdne.ly. Mr, and Mrs. Jacob Lowry have removed to l'itikuig, Kn For tinware, lamp chimney and ?"al V't go o luvl!t Kacket Store. Rev. J. B. B. Proper held er yicf In the Episcopal chuich Sun day evening. Winchell Jamison i home lor a sho't visit to hi parent, Mr. and Mr. J. W Jamison. For whip, tiding; or diivinp. , hb hooks, lin- or rods, go to ! Duvail' KhcLcI Stoic. j C. A. Denton, attorney from Hut jler,sin the city last Saturday looking aftt-r legal bu...

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. — 23 April 1903

b p it ml i,t m fiky 'tt. a u 'i LI MEMS J H ; m hi r?.t $ Farmers' Hardware, Ifelii-1 :s c: uarncss, V; si 1:1 Hit tt'j ?. m if. P- Dulk Garden Seeds, THE FARM IMPLEMENT CO.. ic tiieir house chuck full of New, Frcsli Goods jjst from the factory, in car load lots. It will pay the public to see these goods and learn the prices before purchasing elsewhere. Some of our specialties are tie" JANESVILLE EDGE DRuP PLANTER "J the TIGER DISC PLANTER, the HALLOCKWEEDER: also the celebrated GOODNOUGH SULKY PLOW and the CHAMPION HOUSE PAINTS, anJ other goods too numerous to mention. Please call and see what we have to c"tr. No trouble to show goods. 1 1 IW) 1$ 1 1 c7, 2)o 12) I Rich Hill, FJIo. ifl M Curt J. at Hem by a A'(v, DEAFfiCGS CURED. Furl m , Col., Kot. 1 1, it1. LHr 3ocUr I mAd1 u-tft of rour -r fc'aatetnr KnjnneTi3 It ui :l wt-nntra In mf ca t K )f I con I tS rot iatir ftVn-Mi ftnootwltbla aiv fwtof m-Bw 1 cvniM hrmniiamg bui4itrciDR hwlDoUs laiLfc. i w cfJUo, but JwwJl firm t. C5 nE...

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. — 30 April 1903

RICH BME. Jiini IlICU HILL, MI0(71tl, Tlll'itHDAT, Al'IUL SO, 1903. 5o. 34 Mil 1 t MU U' JL iLJIJO I I I! I TIFJIGE EUERY WEEK THE ST. LOUIS Ti e Great Newspaper of Hie World 021E DOLLAR il YEAR Almost ih.i.mJ to nlallv at tin- rie of a Weekly. The lntd tei.-trradi.c ...11r,m, nil e W..ri.l ev,rv Twl.T itnd Friday. Full ud correct Mpkn IU-i r i V s7re.it varMy of lut.-m.tlnn n,l Instructive reading ,u n r f r eVerv cf t !., family. tnwW a s'M PI K ZZ Jourro.l iva.levfryk. Cue Hollar a lear-SAMl LI, cur !!$ mm.. DAILY GLOBE-DEttOGRAT ,l, ,..,al or rival atnnir Western Newspaper, and ought to I In the hand- of every reader ot AST dtlly paper. PRICE BY MAIL. POSTAGE PREPAID Daily, liictuttiiiff mi ml ay. One Vi'iir ti Month 3 .Month Dally, Without Mi inlay. One Year fl W 6 Month K"0 3 Months $1.00 The Great World's Fair Will I held at Kt IouU In V.I and the grivatet .St. IouU newapajM-r will Ih- l!i.lUM-n-H.I.' .luring the cominsr year. Subscribe to-day. THE GLOBE P3II1T1NQCO. St. Loui...

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. — 30 April 1903

The Tribune KAJtWIK K, WtCUtRT. haarUtlaanals.i ., Maml... t Siffl Coplea.. ,S , .0 f lr4 r't 13 K Cone"" ' o oVst t k Hill. ,B "" The New York clubmen who The Democratic papers are milk ing a great How ahuut an eighteen cent t.ix rnte in Missouri and claim it is the lowest in the country. Indi ana has not had a Rtcnler rate t h nil fifteen c nt5 for a number of years inn) with this rnte is paying c(f b large debt contracted under Dem ocratic rule, at the rale of more than a hundred thousand dollars a year. Our Democratic friends of the press make much boasting about the President Dii is doubtless pre pared to accept another nomioation and election. It is a habit he has, and it is not a. bad one for the Mexicans. "diucd on horse back, may nave jiow rs!e 0 taxation in tiooJ olJ tnjoyed it, but most of US would Democratic Missouri as compared prefer prime ribs of roast beef. vvjf,, neighboring Republican states. They point to the eighteen cents on the one hundred dollars, and we don't...

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. — 30 April 1903

r -I i SODA WATER. Wo have started our Fountain to going. Come in and see what we make. OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE. I. B. incur, Proprietor Opera House Bidg.Rlch Hill, Mo I LOCAL JilUhKS. i. v. n. ciub. The M. Y. M flut. l. rllirif r reception in j Iht-ir prrsidmi, Mr Geo 1.1 an honor of A Huik. Ceo. A Hutkfty .v. inNtVi.la tl rt , Mul;irI M , Sunday. I... 1 . i. . Tlit room of the dub were wr!l filled with Ike la ty and n'her friti.d r.f the- rtv rubers, and ni-i"r, 1 wilt mi I relit-slvm rfs, wrrc ordi-r it the m ii The Hume Srhool. smd omI nine pradiiatt-. AH giils. Mr, Sunderwirth, of 1 "h p m i 1 1 wa in tie ctt v Momly. l.miiri shoe in Idlest f ( I ; ni'l neatest fit Ml Tlie linZJ.ir. (jo early il ';ou wml to jfft a good seat at the Wild West. For tinware, lamp chimney anil coal oil go to Duval! Racket S!ore. Messrs Joe VVinrhell and Chester Coopendri spent Siiiidny t- rnwii in Nevada. The pretiiest hat and most tl ish millinery in the city at Mr. Ames' Bazaar. The Adrian Hig...

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. — 30 April 1903

; . " . I a Is !?.& ikJUt. Farmers Hardware, Wclii- $ clcs Harness, Field Bulk Garden Seeds, House 1 Garria&c Paints. i4 i THE FARM IMPLEMENT CO.. Iiavc their house chuck full tf Ne, Ftcs.ii OooJi just from the factory, in car load lots. It will pty the public to see these goods and learn the prices before purchasing elsewhere. Some of our specialties arc ! JANESVILLE EDGE DRuP PLANTER nd the TIGER DISC PLANTER, the HALLOCK VVEEDER: also the celebrated GOODNOUGH SULKY PLOW and he CHAMPION HOUSE PAINTS, fir)d other goods too numerous to 'mention. Please call and see what we l ave to offer. No trouble to show goods. fv.5 ! ' -.' ir. !:5 0 T l I Rich Hill, EIo. Cured at Horn by a A'u. DEAFNESS CURED. J -arii im, t'ol.. Not 11, lfar docl-or: t r.i iuLtit your Kar Vavasor KnftDO and It Tfork1 wonarra In my ca- I Wat ao tat I couitl col bf ttr amao phoni wlhin a!x lr of ma. 1 ccul )jp&riiolhln$? but d.yHraoUni? hadnoiaa (pit .i.-iuri frt niitalldaTandkrptiuaawakrat t (.Uu I vu...

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. — 7 May 1903

t THE RIG 7 1 m,u ir. t:i BICU HILL, MlSSOCftt. TUT ,18 DAT, MAY 7, I03. 4 - TMIGE EUE17Y ITJEEK THE ST. LOUIS TieGrtatNcnSpcpcr o! the World ONE DOLLAR A YEAR i i nltMllv nt thenrireof Al ' . .I....'- ii .i... ur.ri.l vnrr Tucdnv and Friday, lull and correct in M'lrW -t ,,. r - A nVt vnVle.y of Interesting and Instructive tvnrflwr ! :.r for every .m-,nl,r of the family. I W. Year 8 klILE II, un- J.irn il. Twiii'Hlwrirvfiywwk, One lollar a i(ar-bAULL COPIKS 1 11KK. DAILY GLODE-DEnOGRAT H,,, o e-iiml or rival ntnorifT Western Newspapers, and ought to I lo the bund of every render of ANY dally pnprr. PRICE BY MAIL. POSTAGE PREPAID Dally, Inclurtlnir Sunday. One Year -ux 6 Month 3 Months I1..V) Daliy, Without Huuday. One Year tf.OO Month .1.W S Montlm. 11.00 The Great IHTorld's Fair Will lie held t St. I,uul In :M and the KToatest St. Iuin newspajier will If indUpeimilile during the coming rear. Subscribe to-day. THE GLOBE PRIHTIUGCO. St Louis, no l cte. SI The Kansas City Star (Evenin...

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. — 7 May 1903

The Tribune. - o, r, m TKvnT, NAfc'NIK M. H( KrV. r.itMorsatol rahlllar , 4 0trlp1clofKntffio l..tV.si 1.0(1 TW.Mnnllii. Muntlt AO I Single Cfyie. 0- V'mrd KiOfilbif 10 tl JM't nl Cllr!t in iht j---i off;- .1 Hkh Hi!l,t -jivt chbi Hint fnltrr. Tlie treasury surplus will be am ply Mi'Ticiettt to pay for the Panama Cnnal. Tlie Legislature of Pennsylvania Las Appropriated $6,500,000 tor road improvement, the state going two-thirds of the cost of the new roads and the local treasuries the balance. Last year the Canadian govern ment had a surplus of $7,291,398 over and above expenses. Such a thir.g has not happened in years before. This puts a large sized feather in the cap of Premier Laurier, The men who work at the smel tcis sre enjoying an increase of wages as are also the section men on the Mifsouii Pacific railway. They didn't have to 6trike to get it. It came as a result of the prosper ous times brought about by the policy of the Republican party. After the decision of the Supreme ...

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. — 7 May 1903

SODA WATER. Wo have started our Fountain to going. Como in and see what wo make. OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE. D. B. KlttiY, Proprietor Optra Hcase Bldg.BIcknl, Mo LOCAL J1IMKFS. J sn.An:. ADRIAN. The II. S. Cadet .e lit Halley's HlufN. Ladies shot- in l.itr.t stile- mil neatest fi I S Hi Tlit li?sar. Hatty Urown, postal clerk, was in the city hot Saturday isitm,j in mother. Mr. W. W. llumiws wa in the city I'ueiday looking after business matins. Mr. F.ward hai been ap pointed engineer at a salary of $So per year. The prettiest hat and most ul- Jllr1 Letter, f W f Vt I.i,.l,.r u. ir,l. t .... ...... I . S , ' "i- " , " " " .. . t. ,1 , .... ..111. I.--.1 . -. . a . 1.-..T - II. map... M. ( ( . ' V. . . 1.1 I e-.. ...... ... , it-wing tiur mticiiKt.U last wet k. I you Mw ,t ! tit ,.f , yer. It 1 ,?; Sr a fr t !riot rr.rr i.'aM. ' .''''' i t ! V li'-j-e soon to be able to ftirrn-li w iil lmo.. j-'ill -rn. aik! ! 1 ) ol J-t vttV'r ar.y 4iy do rwt J ';'v'ri I .J .... i . . i - . '. . . ....

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. — 7 May 1903

MPLEIHENTS. m Farmers' Hardware, Uclii- cles Q Harness, Field G Dulk Garden Seeds, B. ; 0 r.?. 1 1 A I'M f 1 J WW Tin: rt curju.o party. ml w fl m THE FARM IMPLEMENT CO., their house chuck full of New, Fresh Goods jusl from ihe factory, in car load lots. It will pay the public to see these goods and lesrn the prices before purchasing elsewhere. Some of our specialties are JANESVILLE EDGE DRuP PLANTER "d tie TIGER DISC PLANTER, HALLOCK VVEEDER: also the celebrated GOODNOUGH SULKY PLOW "d the CHAMPION HOUSE PAINTS, an other goods too numerous to mention. Please call end see what we have to offer. Xo trouble to show goods. i m .if' fi"- -aViwawi am Jtmmk Uich Hill, EJo. Han; yju a 1 trill ill I, J DEAFNESS. i " HPS a. Li I riiafMa Cured at Horn by a fitto. Quick, and Reliable Method. m. -r- n nrti Tbonata anffrr moo VHIHIliUli tile from tharSertaot Catarrh ererr year Catarrh ot tbe teaJ ed throat tJereiopji Ear, bronchial, ted Faom aih Catarrh. Est Catarrh rauera beef end Ilea4 Noise. ...

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. — 14 May 1903

D ii VL JALA i S o niCSI HILL, MIM30UK1, Till' It RO AT, MA ,4, ISKJ3. VOLUME 13 TE TTJIGE EUERY UJEEII THE ST. LOUIS Ttc Great Ecpetllua Paptr cl America Tie Greit Newspaper cl the VYorii LOBEtDEKOCRAT I OHE DOLLAR A YEAR Almost equal to nPriily at the prior of a WVklT. Tb- Intet teWfrraphlc new from all the World every Tueaday and Friday, r ull and coriwt Market Import. A ret variety ol lntere1lnff and Instructive rvarttoR rnntner lor every member of the family. Uneqonk-d aa a NwapiMr n.l iit,.. J.mrnnl T wi imiicr cvcrr wk. One iHdiar a leaf SAMI COl lES FKtE. DAILY CLODE-DEnOGRflT Ha no fiuitl or rival among Weatern Sewapapera, and ousfht to I la the hand of every reader of AN f dally paper. PRICE BY MAIL, POSTAGE PREPAID Dally, Including Dally, Without Sunday Minday. Kunday. ' Edition. One Year 13.00 One Year 4.00 to 60 Page Month trOU Month! t 0$ Oaa Year $2.00 Month fl.SO 3 Month ...II 00 Month $1.00 10 SNAKS OWNED THC HIP. j LINCOLN'S LAT AUTOaMJK. It Drtvo th Craw Into Hidi...

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. — 14 May 1903

The Tribune. r. Hi rnidt, jkik r. !'crnf. riliixlial rial-1 !. y !. s. ki'ini. ...... M ntS..... I. l,.op tm. ri,lie ie Ceefiwale t ! r..: i Ri-.Ji mil," w4 Tlie look trmt U said to have fcrnt .f.jo.ooo ( Missouri to stop unfavorable Urn'haton Jut5ig the last session of the JcRitUture. The baking powder trust ii be lieved to have distributed $7t5 to prevent legislation agsinst their interest by the last legi&lature in this idle. One legislator accounted or the unusual amount of money he had just after the close of the lrjjisla tiiac, by saying he won il from the other fellows playiny card, etc. What can the people expect of their representatives When tbey send gamblers to the legislature. And yet this gambler seems to bare been cue cf the best of the lot He took G rover's advice and probably told the truth. We do not believe in the Demo cratic theory of government as ap- plied, to our state or national affairs, nor do we have any faith in the ul timate good practical results tha...

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. — 14 May 1903

A FEW BARGAINS. Whoa you need goods let us 'show you" our stock. 40c Sweaters 21c 10c Caps 5c 12c Socks 6c 14c Summer Caps 9c Pure , Drugs Sold At The Right Prices. OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE. I. B. KJCktY, Proprietor Opera Moose Bldg. Rich till!, Ms. A full line of the latest patterns in dre-s goods nt Mrs. S. L. Ames. Spool silk in every imaginable shade and color at Mrs. S. L. ArucV llazaar. The scaffold upon which Gart r ell wat hanged cost the county I73.1 5accorJing to warrtnts issued by May meeting of county court. The price of admission for adults to the Gentry Dog and Pony Show will be 50 cents imtead of 35 centi s published on our first page. Re member pticc 50c. for grown peo pie. Probate Judge Myers, of Vernon county, has brought suit against the county court to compel! that body to pay for the necessary bbtiiks and janitor services ncces ry in his ollice. The sheriff also has a cl.ii'U that he thinki the county ought to pay. ICvrrylody is invited to attend the OiI Sold...

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. — 14 May 1903

- '.-N. V.N. "Ox. r J. -.V lilt, & uuL TlRAL rdPLE MEN' fi H It?. lll i W 1 I m Farmers' Hardware, Vehi cles u Harness, Field Garden Seeds, H I I: ft, Thfj Anoint I Yeved. THE FARM IMPLEMENT CO.. have their house chuck full of New, Fresh Goods just from the factory, io car load lots. It will pay the public to see these goods and learn the prices befcre purchasing elsewhere. Some of our specialties are e JANESVILLE EDGE DROP PLANTER "d the TIGER DISC PLANTER, the HALLOCKWEEDER: also the celebrated GOODNOUGH SULKY PLOW and the CHAMPION HOUSE PAINTS, aJ other goods too numerous to mention. Please call and see what we have to ofltr. No trouble to show goods. - fir mi 'l I Oich Hill, no. manager. l I Mil DEAFNESS. ASTHLTA, Cured at Horn by a ATp, Hutek. and SiUabl Mittfd. CATARRH. ZZJSZtt C turrit mnrrj year Catarrk at Ike bead ut throat develop Ear, Broaala4. M Stoat- aek Cetarra. t-u Catarrk mum Paw f.ae. aad Um4 K jImxl. Bronchial Catarrh leada M tG4 tkl eeuaee lypepeia, lad-reati...

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