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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 5 January 1905

The Tribune. M), r. BCCHIDTi kanmx r. rncntnt, kerlXloSli Ont Year itta Monih.... ..1.0 Tliftf XlmlSl..-.. ,.oi Kntttad atcotillaf th Kl Cofaal tt. po off c at Rte Hill, aaeMil dan nail asaiMt l'ort Arthur hiis fallen niul the J e patici? are trlumphantonce ngaln. During the past year thirteen trains have been held up and rob-bed. The Republican legislators at Jefferson City are getting ready to elect a senator without any help from Democratic sources. Head carefully the cotnmunica cation on the Marias des Cygnet river proposition by Mr. J. D. Moore, printed in another column. The Editorial Association at St. Joseph adjourned last tJaturdaV without the man witn his little res. olutions getting in his work. We have no doubt the fear of just such a stunt kept many an Editor away. 500 in the Irvington hank. lie soon had that checked out ami paid the merchants lor their (irst shipment of poultry. Then he negotiated a Cincinnati draft through the Irvingum bank iur $500 and when thu tra:,...

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. — 5 January 1905

J LOCAL UlUEFS. M-j T VV. ledlord ii slowly Ki tun li i i-r. Jin lnthell Ih doing railroad stunt... in ilu Itlc It Hill yards bow. 0d newspapers, 5c lor a big bundle at The fniufNH otlice. John Coimely takes bis plncn In the utore of Iah U A Hros. with the Now Your. A. V. IvArmond, one of Kleh lllll.s Is-nt cltlzeus, ill read the TKiaiSK !r anot Iiit year. Hereafter! will be in my dental cflice liom Tuediy noon to Sun lav noon. Dr. Slater. Comrade Wm.A. Harvey rends the papers anil keep poled oa local Matter by reading the TKinrr-B an other jt-ar. Mir- i lo.-ie Griggs, of Kausiur City cunt down Sunday for a New Years vii-it to her parents, Mr. and Mm. J. C. Crlggs of 1 tea v ley. Mrs. Virginia ltogers, vbo baa n rending the Tkiiicse for several year thinks she. caut got along without !t nnd will rend It another year longer. Our lriend W. T. Duvall got l'ttit-r a fctiurt while last week.th.n got orsc ifain, but is bow again on the nun J. Ilov. W,oy I-nttln I pretty close ly confined ...

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. — 5 January 1905

V DV MARY DEVEREUX rVTTM ILLUSfPATICm OV DON C. WLSON CHAPTER V. It was the afternoon of the fourth day when Jean, fearing lest lAro might come to seek him. ami thinking thst perhaps (Jreloira also would be Coming, decided to K So 1 Chlon Heureux, Pierre having already pone out to see Rome of his military friends. The air mas crisp, and Jean, walk ing rapidly, was turning the corner of the street leading down to the Inn, when be saw iJiro approaching. "Ha, runaway!" the latter called out, a smile lighting his dark face. "I was but Just coming to see you, I rut to sea this night." Jean started and stared. "Aye; this very night with the 'Aisle' set sail for Ixuiiaiana." contin ued I.ro. "Would you not like to go with me you and Pi rre? I will take both, if you but pay the word." Jean's cheeks were filled with Bud den color, and hia eyes sparkled with excitement. But this all passed away as he said sighingly, "Aye, I would like to go; but " "Then It Is but Jor you to come," urged the t...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 5 January 1905

SISTERS OF CHARITY Uses Pc-runa for Coughs, Colds, Grip and Catarrh A Congressman's Letter. III every country of the- civilized world f-lstera of Charity are known. Not only do they minister to the spir itual and Intellectual needs of the charge commuted to teir rare, but they also minister to their bodily need. With o many children to take care of and to protect from ?llraat and disease, theee wise and fMident Sis ter rave found Peruna a never fall ing safeguard. Dr. Hartrnan receives many letter from Catholic Sister from all over tha Cnlted Htate. A recommend re rently rerelved from a Catholic insti tution In. Detroit, Mich., reads as fol lows: Dr. S B. Hartrnan, Columbu, Ohio: Dear Sin ,'Jha ytmnf gtrl who ued the fentna was aufiering tram Iarxn fittt mod lost of oUe. The remit of the treatment t most aatlstactory. Sha found great relief, mod after further trie of the medicine m-e hope to ha able to say the It entirely cured. " SI ten of Charity. The young girl m under the care c...

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. — 5 January 1905

Oar CluttJlng R3tcs. We will send you the Tribune nn. I the Toledo Blade one year lor $1.00. We will tend you the Tribune (uicl the Kansas City Timet or Star (or $1.00. We will send you Hie Tribune nnd Hie Ffinn and Fireside one yenr lor $1.00. We will tend you the Tribune ml the Kansua City Weekly Jour nal one year for $1.00 We will tend you the Tribune and the Farmer and Stockman for $1.25. We will tend you the Tribune and the Woman's Home Compan ion one year for I1.50 We will send you the Tribune and twice-a-week Globe-Democrat one year for $1.50. We will send you the Tribune and the St. Louis Republic one year for $ 1. 50. We will send you the Tribune and any dollar magazine published in the United States for one year for $1.50. We will send the Tribune and the Kansas City Daily Journal one year for $4,(30. We will send you the Tribune and the Kansas City Daily Star or Times one year for $5.50. We will send you the Tribune and the Daily Globe-Democrat one year for J 6.00. We wil...

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. — 12 January 1905

Torn tt it jiJiiiiLj-lLj voi.l.mi: in UICU HILL, MIHOUKI,TJILIlDAT, JANUAUY a?,IVK3. THE rpTu rra tot WINTER T0UHIST TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALS VIA & RMLROAD to FLORIDA, C0ST RtSORTS, CIB, At V-r-v- T-ow HntcBi GtLf Pur rates, time table or ln-nutl-tiUiy lil'.Kt rativl Look let un Florida, th (iutf Cutixt, New Orlennaor Cuba, uddrvM ui'iiivtfl reprvwutatirp, '. D. r.iri, it. 1'. A nnclnnatl J. 11. Da v r.N phut, I) I'.A Sklxiuis II. C. Uaiu:v. N. W. 1. A Chicago J. II. Mn.i.iKi.v. In. 1 A....LouWvllio C. L. Motif, Gen'l I'aaa Agent, Louiavlllp, Ky Mlaaourl PkIO Time Card. MOHTH HOUND, BT. LOCI M K. C. No. 2l Ijpayp 4:.V n m. No. 24 leaven ll:Mp ni. No. SO Ibarra -..10:00 p. ui. NO. 114 (Local) 9:43 a. m. WMT BOUND. TT. KOOTT CENTRAL. No. S7 Leave ...... ..1;13 p. m. No. 39 Leaves. ., G-So a. to. HOCTH BOL'XD. No. 29 Arrives 6:05 a. m. No. 27 Arrives l.-OO p. ta. No. 23 Arrives.., ll:10 p. ta No, 103 (Local) J:35 p. m EAST BorI ,FT. HCOTT CENTRAL. No. H Arrive. 6:10 p. n No. 40 Arri...

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. — 12 January 1905

THE TRIBUNE OEO. P. HUCKEBY I NANNIE R. HUCKEBY f Editor tod Publishers Tfissouni rich hill .! ' '- Col. Greene ilerlnre that ha lost H.0H).0(K in lets than ft week. Who got It T Saxony' new king Is very hard up, He has only $SS7.M)0 n year, with six young children to support A war correspondent pay many of the, Japanese private soldiers rt nut ty. All or thra seem to b tough cutty. Pepper la rejiorled to be selling for $3 a pound In the Klondike. Tne na tive are probably not doing any sneering. If. H. Rogers I In a position to prove that it la a mistake to suppose that a man who has 175,000.000 can do as he pleases. Torn O'Brien, king of cne gold I rick meu, died the other day in a French prison. The queen of the tribe Is In Jail at Cleveland. It will be remembered that those persons who tried to have fun with young Gould's celebrated grandparent generally came to grief. An Ohio burglar remained conceal ed under a piano while a girl played for an hour. He was punished enough and ou...

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. — 12 January 1905

1 ! BY jtfARY J3)CVEREUX MIM fLLUSrfc'ATIOrO BY DON C. rY'LIiON Ciyryr4 a13- 'V tt- v opy CHAPTER VI. If a as the niitht of IWemher 19, 171'", with n riil.l storm of wind and !u making mill router the living room of the oottaKe. where, not far from (ho flames of the wood Are that made nir ruddy the neatly kept red of the lirli-k hearth, Margot sat spin ning, while Jean, curled up la big chair oposlte. watched Idly aa niany times before her deft finger smooth nd twist the flax. "Haul thou heard aurht of 1-angue-doc since we left?" he Inquired. Wondering what new mood had tak en hold of the boy, that he should brins up matter of which she had never ventured to apeak, but relieved as well to feel that she might now Im part to him Information the had re ceived some time before,, Margot re plied. ""Yes. The chateau baa been closed since the mouth after we left, with only Tatro there aa keeper; for Monsieur Etier.ne has returned to Paris, where' he la In high favor with the Great Committe...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 12 January 1905

The Tribune. U1.U. P. HVCBITBT, RtKMt B. SICKED! . i Kdttorf fabllehort. sMrtKIsRstf t Vm .tl.e I TWMmrtit. . i Miilbl,. .. I Sttif I lopM. accanlinc to tk K l Coaenwla itw poM o(llc l Rich Hill, wowi d BtMMt Tlie Republican legislators met the Democratic legislators at Jefl crson City and "showed 'em." The pension appropriation till fur the year ending June 30 1906 mount to $139,250,100 being $1 10,000 less than for the current year. It's Governor Joseph W. Folk and if his administration plant out a well as his promises in hit met saee indicate, he will be a "Jim dandy" governor. Kentucky's proposition to sell their southern brothers whiskey for cotton is prompted no doubt by seeing the brothers so thirsty that they begin to "spit cotton." Report comes to us that George Church, Bates county representa tive is acquitting himself well and will be one ot the solid men and teal leaders in the good work be fore the legislature. Governor Joseph W. Folk, elect ed by Republican votes, was ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 12 January 1905

t LOCAL IMMKr'H. m Neville l'orler wtnt to Kansas City Sunday niht. Old newpatjrrs, 5c (or a big bundle at . l it k Fiiibune oflice. John I' Thurnian, o( Kansas, sp-rot Sunday to the city with friends. Tin i Kint sR telephone is No 53. Srti i id your items b tele J'liOUt, llcrt-niier I will be in my dental clV.ce (10m Tuesday noon to Sun day noon. Da. Slateu. ."iii-. A. Lsne. and wife were in ill ('; .Morday trading wiih oar ui r i; ii'.-, .'id visiting reia- 1 ; v : H. r: -. i', i , ':i..-, I, Wellft and lrienJ3. - . r, t.f Kansas City , 1 t itlicr, Mr Reuben other relatives and Leo Loc! has returned to the State University at Columbia after spending Ins Christmas vacation wiih home fc!ks. Mis H.uiitt Haicher, of Rich 1 1 :! I cio-cl a very successful term cl schoyl at Independence, Fliday. .Sister Sue" in Hume Tele phone. Job printing of all kinds done at the Tribune ottice. Our Hock of Mipphc t- largf and we try to please our tiuviomfrs. l'nces rigbt. Come am! sec u-i . Mrs. L T....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 12 January 1905

e -er- -r V a a P The Gourd Piddle I rtmi mnlc .o out of nn nt.f onp t 'd h. Ht fhMit ilrtl flK M Mul'i Kf 1 (T'H n iuic. nn' ntv ro.it in ! -'hp spin l.i tut In a-ii.tlti mi d lt., F!ip ti iti me tHlvIn d r doti An' himo pull A Imp-lmp ("MM'I't tn niy tv t. hm f'Mtftn tuftl ty, mi' do ,'iitb t)h, iKitilo (tut 'n o HM-rlM, lK n d tnjiuh U vu lil lit i tin mhii n.VtM, An 3 on' II -.- mr n-Ni'ltfn up hinh on rr Hon 1 Vlil d. it'b-fiMh a tl o litii1r." Ilk r nT mv tMiIIp tuMi a liop-lMip Imp-l-ln' (i tv f i. ".'.. M.i . hd Vok In Nitlmiil MutM.tl.is, 1 (Copyrisht. 19"t. by When Chumpsky left home and Sirs. Chumpsky that evening, it was with the avowed Intention of attending a "lodge meeting." "Don't ait up for me, Agnes." he had raid. "It may be rather late when I return. We are to elect our officers for the coming year, you know." As a matter of fact, Mra. Chumpsky did not know, but. like a good wife, she promised obedience to her lord and master. So, with a feeling of se curity pulsi...

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. — 12 January 1905

I 1 H v n FY, V?' fffmni & h 0 i mil mf is u u Mrs. L. C. Glover, Vice Pres. Milwaukee,' Wis., Business Woman's Association, is another one of the million women who have been restored to health by using Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. " Dxxn Mm. ri.iKHAMt I wu ntrrll for seersl year and no children Wesaed nr borne. The dorter Mid I had a complication of female troubles and I coufd Dot bare any child tea unless 1 could be cured. II tried to cure M, but after experimenting for several moot hi. my buaband beet roe dis gusted, and ona night wbro ws noticed a testimonial of a woman who had ieen cured of similar trouble through the use of LydLn- 1 l'lnkliam'a Vesratablei t'oiunound, be went out sod bought a bottle for roe. 1 used your medicine for three sad ooe half months, improving steadily ia health, aad la twenty-two months a child eame. I cannot full; express the Joy and thankfulness that U in my heart. Our borne is a different place now, as we have something' to lie for, ...

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. — 12 January 1905

Our Glutting Ratts. We will send you th Tribune mid the Toledo Dlade one year lor $1.00. We will send you the Tribune nnd the Kannai City Timet or Star lor $1.00. . Wc will send you the Tribune and the Farm and Fireside one year (or $1,00. We w ill send you the Tribune and the Kantus City Weekly Jour nal one year for $1.00 We will lend you the Tribune and the Farmer and Stockman for $1.35. We will send you the Tribune and the Woman's Home Compan ion one year (or 1 1.50 We will send you the Tribcne and twice-a-week Globe-Democrat one year for J 1. 50. We will send you the Tribune and the St. Louis Republic one year for Si. 50. We will send you the Tribune and any dollar magazine published in the United States for one year for $1.50. We will send the Tribune and the Kansas City Daily Journal one year for $4.00. We will send you the Tribune and the Kansas City Daily Star or Times one year for $5.50. We twill send you the Tribune and the Daily Globe-Democrat one year for $6.00. We will ...

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. — 19 January 1905

.PLIiClSI jUiLiLi IT JUL VOLUME 15 UICII HILL, MIHSOUUI, THURSDAY, JAJiUAUY 10, tSK3. WINTER TOUR!$T UMTS ARE NOW ON 8 ALH VIA Louisville & Nashville RULROID to UORtDA, Cttf COAST RESORTS, CIBA, At Vot L)v Wot on For rutin. tliiM table or beauti fully HliiHtrabil hook let a no Florida, the Oulf fount. New Or Iran or Cuba, nldrva lu-nrvat rvprvitentnUve, F. I HrH. l. P. A Hnclnnatl J. E. lAVENroitT. l l.A St. Lout H.C. Uaii.kv. N. V. I A rbtcago J. II. tiu.iKf.v. I. P. A. ..Loulavtllc C. U Hlopf, Omi'l i'ak Agent, LoulaVlllts Ky riO .lLSLLKLRS- EXCURSIONS. a BIRUNGION ROLTE. intK(ftnr is mi'l tht fimt and tlilrd Tuesday tif Nnvenitier nnd IX-eemU'r the Hiirliuton Route will ell HounntsketV tkketa to mauy point tu NebritkH, South Dakota and Wyoming at ttpprxlraak-ly o fare (or the round trip. To California. If you are Koi to California, take tue through TourUt leter on tbe I'.urlluKtou'a weekly pentoually con ducted xeuMou. They are a com fortable, uud are only one-half the jirkv ...

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. — 19 January 1905

THE TRIBUNEju CEO. P. lH.'C'KICnY NANN1R U. IIUCKKHT iu c i m i : u7" . Editors and rubllshet Misaouni Flattery sometimes art like too many lumps of sugsr la cup of cot' ft. VciiiiR Kindlon Gould should be r- nestly advised not lo rhoot long be ran run. A Jersey hen that hid lost ber rarkle has developed crow. There If bope for I'alt I. . It la found to be much harder to ex terminate the German rarp t.ian It U to germinate it A New York Jndpe deeMed aftalnst a man suing; for a dog bite. Every dog baa his day la court. If" any motion Is needed, we. move that the Chad irk matter be laid on the table for a few days. Much may be forgiven the Inventor of that thinking machine If he doesn't develop it Into a talking machine. There belwo individuals who cannot be reasoned with a girl In love and a man who is determined to run for an office. The average woman thinks It's Just horrid if her husliand Is jealous fit her, and Just horrid If he isn't, so there you are. A man who thinks he unders...

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. — 19 January 1905

MISSOURI LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. PROIINQ THE CHARGES. , Missouri Ssnat Stirs Things Up -th Senatorial Fight. ji;m:itoN citv, mo. Tha fichi It aealnxt Thoniaa K. Mr,1rliiliati. Ihit ) t -1 it Ij ' l an cauiti iioruitii'n for I'ni'.tJ Main senator, lto U r.liarRml Willi using umliia liifliieuee to :iu nte t)i? caucus atul the chare's are lielng liivt-wlUntiil. TI18 rntiinillt l.uWi.tf lite. lnv-liKa(in ill rtiarg. I oimrtosett of three partUan Iieiiitiei a' and two Kerens I.cjhiMh ans. lly rea on of the senates artiun the commit tee has ax miirh (kiwi r as a graii-l Jury jsucl is ordered to find out: If the lU'iiuMUan stato tommlilw fulblfif J Us report of receipts and ei-IM'-ndituroa; tf Jt asre-eil to favor the brew-era Jo loRlslatton In return for -raropalpn money, and If Mr. Nledrlu. liana or anyone for hlai bought votes ia the Republican caucus fur money or with iironiir.es of f.tleral patronage. The Date then adopted AlcAlister'a resolution, which sayi: W hrrra. Ther hmm t.e-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. — 19 January 1905

I The Tribune. EO. F HCCKrBT, HAN NIK R. HICKKHT. Kmortat4 faMUhara. SBMrlttla)Haai On Yoir ........... . I. I Ttr Monlfca .Sa aloulha I Sin la Ctt..... 3 Kaitraa acconflnf act of ConrnMla aha po. eca il Kkk HIIU u acoMid lau Ball tnatm Once more our Republican leg hi mors have met the democrats ant) (.bowed 'em. Gov. Folk's appointments down at St. Louis aeem to give (airly good satisfaction, but seem to be a bit gold buggish. George ChuicU o( Bates county is chairman of the cotumitte on roads and highways, also a mem ber of the committee oa agricul ture. There are but few old soldiers who will not rejoice to learn that after March 4II1, if. Clay Evans, ex-pension commissioner, now consul general at London, will retire to private life. What would Missouri be without these Republicans, anyway? asks the Review. Why, Democratic, of course, like Alabama, Mississippi and South Carolina, and about as far behind the times as they are in her moral preceptions and physical development. Cong...

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. — 19 January 1905

lAH'Ah UK1KFS. t f M t 4 9 i6 Mr. Cl)d Spencer it reported quittj lick. Old newspapers, 5c (or a bij bundle at 1 11 e fmiUNK oflice. Tit a Thibunk telephone it No 5a. St-nd in your items by tele phone. Our icr men are taking advan tage of iliu cold and laym ia suppl) f ice Hereafter I will he in my denial office from Tuesday noon to Sun day noon. Dn. Slater. Mr. and Mrs Louis Miller of Jefferson City are here visiting her I'ai'n's Mr. and Mr. Jicob M tor. 1 . Ilirv y, h:r. 1 - O .-- oil- r 1 ) ci t -? ituriied to his : , Kan., Sund i , vi;t to his brotiur, J J" M 'a. Joe Winclie'J, the railroader is now acting as baggageman on the Missouri I'acific between Jop lin and Kansas City. Mr. J M Wheatleyltom Rural route No. 1, was in the city Mon day trading and made the Tut lii.vL office a pleasant call. 11. A Koce has been confined to hi home for about a week with a threatened case of pneumonia, but is reported as considerably im proved. Mr. Fred Uarvey of Kansas Cilv, came down Monday n...

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. — 19 January 1905

TTj 1 J1 .a. .akv,V, JLl BY gARY DEVEREUX . .v'TH ILLUSTT?AriOM3 By OOT1 C. WILSON CHAPTER VII. Three weeks later, and a sullen P'"io had fallen over Toulon. Jean wa still fk utij emaciated tmm 1U ns. From Greiolro the boy had Ji-:iri nd wiih outspoken Indlgnay tinnnf Ooneral ltonariarte''J depar ture, shortly after Ms own arrival at lli convent, which had been turned In t - a hospital. 'K vent away and left, me!" Jean evelalmed angrily, the color1 suffusing ht checks. "Left mo, when 1 was not ;! to speak to him:" '' H left a Setter with Pere Unot, and a firewcll message, which the good fa'her will doubtless give you when he sees fit, Then why should not Pere Huot t.tr told cie so before?" demanded J;in, half ri3icg from bis seat beside tV bed. "Easy, moo ami; sit still," maid Ore litre, calmly. "Do not get excited, else I shall regret telling you any- thin; about the affair. AVe hare to r-tnember that you have been very III." Tenderness showed in his tone, aai he gently touched the...

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. — 19 January 1905

Kever Loses Ifs Strength Always tho Samo laiumet Ponder Is Uost Healthful, fholcsoms snd Economical Subsoilmg in th South. A farmer rime !o us a few days it i, saying that you are always telling us to break the har1 tan and subsoil nf our land. Ycm are no doubt correct lut what Is a poor man with only one horse lo do? This Is our advice to him and all such farm-rn Take pea stubble thai Is intended for cotton Of t year. The leaves and rtiiitiiMi of vines are now on the ground. They should be nvfd I'se a six Inch shovel and lay off the rows cotton width as far!- as possible. When that It done, take a tongue or diamond point plow an J run in the same fur row. That will break the hard pan Then do the same thing for the mid die. leaving the freezes to pulverize the soil. If lxnd Is Intended for corn, make the row s proper w idth and run the furrows In the middle. That re quires little time, but It wi'.l pay any farmer cultivating laud. Another plan for one horse, farmer Is to swap latr. ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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