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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 19 January 1905

Our Clewing Raits. Wc will send you the Tribune nil the Toledo DIade one year lor $.00. Wc will send you the Tiibunc an J the Kansas City Time$ or Star (or $1.00. We will send you the Tnhunc 11 ml the Fin id and Fireside one year lor $1.00. We will send you the Tribune mid the Kamus City Weekly Jour n;I one year (or $1.00 We will send you the Tribune and the Farmer and Stockman for $1.25. We will send you the Tribune and the Woraan'i Home Compan ion one year for 1.50 We will send you the Tribune arid twice-a-week Globe-Democrat one year for $1.50. . We will send you the Tribune and the St. Louis Republic one year for Hi. 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 vear for $4.00. We will tend you the Tribune and the Kansas City Daily Star or Times one year for $5.50. Wc will send you the Tribune and the Daily Globe-Democrat one year for 6.00. We will se...

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. — 26 January 1905

MILL TRIBUM1 m iiifiii J volume 15 RICH UILL, MIBftOUItl THCI13DAT, JA.NCAltY 20, 10O3. Sf.3I RIO WINTER TCURIST TICKETS ARB NOW ON B ALB VIA Louisville & Nashville RAILROAD to fLORIDA, GUI COAST RtSORTS, CICA. Vt Vory Low Kenton Tor rate. ritu table or beauti fully IIIumi rated booklet on Florida. ' tJolf I'oiutt, New Orlenneor Cuba, addrv iK-un-Ht tvpreitentatlve. F. I) Urnti. I. I A .Cincinnati J. C. Da vr.M'rtiiT, ! tA St.LouU H. 0. IIailty, X. W. p. A Chicago J. II. Mii.i.ikkx. I. I. A.. ..Louisville C. U Mn, Gett'l ! Agent, Louiaville, Ky fiOMtStlKtRi' tXCLRSlONS la BtRLIVGION ROUE. OnlA-tober IS an I the Jirnt ami third Tucday f November ami Ivceinber the tlurllugton Itoute will sell Hoineeckcr' tU-ki-t to many poinu In Nflri.ka. Soul!) Dakota ami Wyoming nt approximately on fare for the round trip. To California. If you are going to Ca'lfornta. take tin- (brooch Pourli. t aln-pcr on the liuriliitou' weekly perobally con ducted ext-uralou. They are a com fortable, and are...

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. — 26 January 1905

THE TRIBUNE GEO. P. lit'CKf-HY Editors and Publisher! N ANN 1 12 R. HUCKE Rial HILL MISSOURI e The gifted inventor of the "gold brick" Is dead, but Ma brick goes inarching on. Twenty million Solium worth of Jewels were worn at Mrs. Astor's bslL Harry Lebr was dazzled. Kdna Wallace Hopper propose to endow a home for newsboya. Tretnen doua applause from the gallery. At thla late day It doesn't matter much whether It wag an apple that Kve ate, or a quince. We're all out Bid e. Concerning that decline In mar riages last year, there may have been nn unusually large cumber of decllna- tloEg. Vncle Russell Scrooge's Christmas may have been a Dlckensesque affair: but there are no reports to that effect as yet, The medical congress at r&nam declares for the extinction of mos quitoes. Let's make the movement universal. It reaHy geems a shame for the whisky trust to start a price war when so many good men are Btill on the water wagon. A tornado sneaked Into Mexico and did considerable dama...

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. — 26 January 1905

I r- T .7 ,r5 jfr. V Tlie - Ovcr A boni! nuu, In tn nf Utt-. Willi flt it i'rtHi and uirirm tlsn 'l ti k -. 4iiciii niMilier (mi lmii vn 11 19 tNiili, ir kly ?. U'hui ml id rnurr ftf Jun ll'l ft! XV Mh ruin mint . hf l-Mt It him oft Awl inr-! uhI tt-v ur 411 'Jo fan Mm lih lir bir- oft. Krmii murky tk1 r"i. hr ti-t httn rtv i fitM t tit It I ItUif kta Oil I) Ti pjrr lip l mm (ird rhtld Ami lounj ir kj)-liJt iu k him In. Ttn down ti m,1 th I Nta-hl, 'I ! Kn f i-rp i"t ft mil dtf-nma, Kltii.lithtf)K hrr ilav-iNfftp I'Ught O Mr,on. M 8 8 'pill ('). rlht. ISO;, by llly Btory Tub. Co.) Thoe wre troubtoua tlmt In Von eiuela whn the old brig Gembk til loading ciff-e al Tu'i1o CabMlo for Marwlllea. RevolutUina were breaking out like mtanlea In an or phan ajlum, and It wa amall wonder that the CiMitiU-na Cordoio. In her tiaHte to Irave mch a perturbed coun try, ahonld avail herself of the out practicable atateroom on the Gema bok to get ay from It. The aklp per. while drinking agnadlente wit...

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. — 26 January 1905

The Tribune. UIO, P. HVCBSBY, H4KMI R. MVCKKBY. Bdtt.rtaa rblltlisr. akMrtrlt.notai OoiVmr . . ....!. I TmMMK... Si Month.....e I Slttflt LtMk- Srt4 crn'ln 10 ! el (Snret. l( i sc. Kick Hill, u skosJ ikx axB There U no law in the Ute of Missouri to prevent a nun from act ing the fool. Membere of the leg islature.whiie so actinjj.are especial Iv exempt from arrest. The city of BerlinXmporer Wil liam'i capito!, allows no buildinjj to be more than 73 feet high. Zinc ore it telling for $60 a ton. Three times the price it brought under the Wilson Gorman tariff of perfidy and dishonor. Knox county, Ind. has but ten names on its delinquent tax list. The delinquent taxes amount to less than (1700. Vincennes, city of over 10,000 inhabitants is in Knox county. Political campaigns, whether be fore the people or the legislature, that need so mu;b management are usually a failure from their earliest inception and results contrary to the wishes ot the managers, come sooner or later. Mr. Kerens le...

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. — 26 January 1905

f LOCAL 1M1LFS. lie kui You attend Tlir recital A' (') Walnut St M. li Clmrt.il, FriiUy niht. Mr. W. K Jackson o( Lone Oak, I reported quite tick. Old newspapers, 5c for big bundle at Tin TuiauM office. Tms Tribune It lephone is No 5a. Send in your item b tele phone. Mn. II. M. Booth, who has been quite kick, it reported tome better. MiWiia .Mliamon rrtumrd bom- Tu'-J ty from a visit to Ne va la fiirliiif. Arch Frow, was up !rom Neva ilk tin vsetk. visiting hit mother who bat been quite tick. Hereafter I will be in my dental oflice from Tuesday noon to bun day noon. Dr. Slater. II. G. Cook of Butler wat in the city Tuesday calling on our buttling grocer, II. l Jtmet and family. The oil prospector hat gone down about 1100 feet and hat a good protpect of going ttill deeper. Miss Myrtle Armswortbv, after an extended visit to Rich Hill friends returned to her home at Arcadia, Kao , Ut Saturday. Miss Fannie Iiird, after visit to her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. L.ll.Bird. returned to her...

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. — 26 January 1905

M BV iARY DEVEREUX rvrTrt M.LU5TTATKTM3 BV OOfi C. VVLSOM CHAPTER VIII. Captain Stanley, who hud returned to llm ballroom, wended bin wy Ainnngvt the dancers, li in progress Im peded by Kime fair lady who greeted Mm graciously often eagerly, and forced Mm to paiute tor an interchange iof vapid nothing. He then visited a!l the apartments open to guests, itintll be was convinced that the count Iliad kept Ma daughter at home, for bettor protection against further Inter jcwirse with the handsome aultor he jhad rejected so sornfully that same iaHernoon. P.ut English lore, like other love, ; laughs at the barriers a stubborn par tent may seek to interpose; and Count de Caseneau's derision was not calcu lated to dlseouraee so strong willed a man aa Captain Edward Stanley, t He bad acceded to his sweetheart's wishes by going, in proper form, to 'her father: and the matter having jculmlnated as the lorera had feared, iaothlng was left but an elopement, for (which, la view of the count's prob...

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. — 26 January 1905

CAUGHT BY THE GRIP RELEASED BY PE-RU ; "The World ; of Medicine Recognizes Qrip , at Epidemic Catarrh." La Crieae h C Manic toUrr, IT sperea nn elas or nationality. The culture! and the ipnorant, the arite U cra t and the pen per, the niwm and theclaaaca are alike subject to la grippe. None are eirmpt ail are liable. tirip i r!l nanictt. The original French term, la grippe, haa been short ened be the bm-y American to read fxip." ithout intending In do to, sew word haa been coined that csactly describes the ce. As if some hitieou f'iant with awful grip had clutched ua u iu fatal clasp. Men. women, children, whole town and citiea are raoirht in the baneful grip of a terrible mnter. Have you the grip? tT. rather, haa the irrip grot you? If ao, read the fol lowing letter. TheM testimonial speak- for them eleea ax to the eftu-arr of I'rruoa In ease of la grippe or lla after-effect: A Seotfcera Jeaee Cure. Jmttre, Horatio J. Ooaa, Uartwell, Ga, Write: "Some tire or aia year ao I had a eer...

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. — 26 January 1905

Oar CIcMing Rates. We will sent! you the Tribune and (lie Toledo Blade one year lor Wc will send you the Tribune ami the Kansas City Timei or Stat I' ft $i.ix. Wc will send you the Tribune and the Farm and Fireside one year (or $t.oo. Wc will m ml you the Tribune iind the Kansus City Weekly Jour n til one year for $t.oo We will send you the Tribune nnd (lie Farmer and Stockman lor $1.15. We will send you the Tribune and ti e Woman Home Compan ion one year (or J1.50 ... Wc will send you the Tribune nnd twice-.iwcck Globe-Democrat one year for J 1.50. We w ill nJ Vu llic Tribune and the St. Louis Republic one year fui St. 50. We wilt fend 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. Wc 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 tor $6.00. We wiil sen...

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. — 2 February 1905

nrT,"TT Ji JJi volume; is niCIl HILL, MlhaOUFl.THUJtSOAY, rEORUAIIY 2, (Ml 'TP TTpiTnr Win T0UH1S TICKETS ARC NOW ON CAL VIA Louisville & Nashville RllR0D to flORIDA, CLlf C0ST RtSOSTS, CttU, Vt Very 1,0 w Itiitoii For rate, time table or beauU fully HbiHt rated booklets on Florida, the (l,M Const. New Orleansor Ciiba, ad drv nearest rvprvavutatlrp, F. U Jti Mi. l I. A nuelnnatl J. E. Oavkm'ort. I l.A St, Lout It. C. Uailrt, N. W. r. A .Cbl.tago J. II. dituKKx. D. V. A. ..Louisville C. L. i4.n, UmI I'aaa Agent, LMvlli, Ujr I h i ni out tradd. who. in ml Jnion lit ilii-ir iinn p.pr, wa-it a national i.-w ! fmily j r n!, hi. .to -uhvcribr Ijr ihcS'. L i.i". tii.jr.E Democrat. which i ju('iihnl in the oIidt--t Criitri' ci't ol tt.c J"'fn audrtanlt at ihr v i iron1 snvaiij the REALLY orc at ncwviper of the world. The diflv (Ji-oee Oemkrat hat no q ! in ml tne weft and ought to be -u ihe Lauds of every reader of mv dily paper. The weekly Globe Democrat, tsud in semi wtckiv section, a...

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. — 2 February 1905

THE TRIBUNE CTCaTTlllH KKHY I hMUorssnil Nannie n. hcckkrt J rui.iuher KICK HILL . . I.i;.-,:;OlT! Impregnable ff.i-ircFcs are an rare a fireproof buildings. Theio are tione. Most anybody csn stand being poor; it Is having oihi-r pcoplu sorry for jou that makes it no bail. Two blind tr.en who Rot on New Yiar's spree pro'.iahly telt imraiilif from "seeing thirds." Gen. N" c;,i. f ,f sUff 1 Ren. IJichl, a name which snggeta call lur some sort f ointment. Alfred Trnmbcttl of Roiognn Fpcsks 400 languages. 1! would bo a hard man to best in an argument. Tho Mf(l;r.! Record asks: "Are the American people growing shorter?" Yea, the cost of living Is increasing It would be a much mora progrcss Jto world If c cconon-.iicd the tin:' wo Rive to other people's business. Puck. An inquirer warts to know what soit of necktie a bridegroom ''should wear at bis wedding. A noose, of course. Everybody has abov.t the name quantity of Jots in stock. The trou ble is so many devote it entirely to themselves...

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. — 2 February 1905

1X1 L SLJX JXIL BY MARY faEVEHEUX vnrt rLLusrpUioNa or oon c. m.jon CHAPTER IX, U was late In a sultry, atrnoat lircere evening In September. 111, tht the ship "Condor," belonging to I.aro and hia iFkN'ltln, dropped anhrr In harlior .f Fort Hoysl, Martinique. She bvl but B nlngle paaaenger. If Buck lie could l termed; for It wb Joan I-nu. returned recently from nilsaion which nil! be referred to mors particularly later on, and who toad coma from New Orleans for the iwrpoao of meeting t.aro, whom be ei pwliN) to find waiting at Fort Royal. lit aarch proved unavailing, al though be ascertained that Lara bad Iwn awn In the town; and after tIb dting several of the places where he was liable to be foind. Lafl!te went to an Inn not far from the- wbarvea, and ordered supper. Here be sat enjoying tbe coolness, while be s5prsl and Bmoked, when there came to bla ears the sound of a role whose mellow resonance . thrilled him strangely, sending bis thought whirling Into the past. Tbe air wa yet...

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. — 2 February 1905

The Tribune. lid). . SIM H JIY, XKMK 11. IHtKEUT. r.,ti'tu4 rfciihT. aabTttlonItali Ot.- Vct ..... ..M.k I TtirnMnnO.l.. ., Uiill....-.li I h.ntl Copl . ..0 Fmrtrd ccofi'int to th " l Contc""!" i i.rt.cc in Rii.k Hill, J! ! " mw The. Russians arc f;i,htir.jj over in Manchuria tut the Japanese are c!oin; the whipping. The Senatorial situation in Jefferson city remains the same with nc prospect of a settlement. There are a lot of aspiring pol iticians up at Jefferson City who arc laying themselves out almighty straight. l'cpe 1'ius tulh believes in econ omy, lie has .educed expense about Sjoo.ooo, sad is getting .i.uMi to a business basis. The next time our St. Louis ftieuJs oomicate candidates for representatives we hope they will be cartful to leave their "squirts" out of the Rime. There is nui ch ticni put the fait developed in the Snioot case ihut the Mormon chinch teaches the superiority ot the church over the Mate, and thnt a mnns allegiance it due lirst to the church. I there a...

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. — 2 February 1905

bundle lit Thr 1'him.imk oilioe. Tlie TmiiK b rhooe No 51. .Semi in your itema b tele phone. Mrn. Clyde Spencer hat been quite tUiigrrouikly tick (or more than a w-rk pab Heteaficr 1 will b in my dental office from Tuesday noon to Sun dav noon. Ok. Slater. IKr.ry S'rckwur, .f Coalgatr, t. Tv., wat in the city vi iling friend ot former data, latt wrek. AHion Trik ha gone to Car thage to wmk tor Lanphere tiro, painter find carriage builder. Mr. W C. Ilrown wa reported much wore lat Friday morning and n'.r e jtprc'rd o live, but ia bet ter at tnn writing. LaCygne. Kaa , i in a bad way with um iilp ix along with Ft. Scom and Ltnmr. Rich I Ml thould be on the look out fur the scourge. Dl.l.T Kine Stark bat been again Called to the pitorate of the Chris tian Church in this city and entered upon hi ie uch Iat Sunday nioioi' z l)r G A. D' lameler came home Sunday nil a viii to hi family, He i ivtr in Kansa helping Jerry Cutber'ton aell copper mine stock to tin coal oil kmt Kd !Ji-vin a-tl r...

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. — 2 February 1905

'vv' Abraham Lincoln I-m-H tvv 1 llinuuM of nt.c jrr.'nt m,. ta wine f'f't'.-,Jv. Imt rvtv rl.t tr jMy ItiiflMt wit t,i-i runt lb.. -v, n (itnv A, n pn-KiMiii Mun; v I W"wJ I Ittinq J, imp trlhitf w ,rt h- i t mit 1 1iuch Oil lTlt)K 9h v : On ,. f on hi )ilt,ii tomb mjr Sn would That rhrmM riot f,,ti w.ih fusing of the r imv. liehdlil th .tiMr-mi J'li't.u'.j-H? hy miif run ottiy nmnlfr nm! ilnilr ha t'. h tn ana. Utvaitilci, -Kan ll'e "Tit f T (nrnln'p to"! In It, icuMinilt 1 And drup a hitjflii hmxl U(.n lh Ivr. -hj. a. R A Great American Americans will ver note the anni versary of Lln olo'i birthday with peculiar rev 'rence. As Emer , un wrote of him it tlio time of his loath, "he was the irue history of the xmerican people of ills time true representative of bin continent the lather of his coun try, with the pulse if 20,000.000 throb bins In his heart. The thought of their minds was artic ulated by his tongue" When Lincoln died, grateful peo ple, moved by common Impulse, placed h...

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. — 2 February 1905

i m COL BECK17ITH SAYS: "I Tako Pleasure in Commending Pc-ru-na For Coughs and Colds." 1 V COL. PAUk C Colonel I'anl H Reckwith. LL Col., retired, lat Reg-. Minnt Men, la v letter from I SOS Vermont avenua, N. W., Washing-ton, D. C, writes: "from the unqualified endorsement of many of my friends, I take pleasure la commending your remedies tor coughs mad colds." Paul E. Beckwltk. IN FIELD OR BARRACKS PE-RU-NA IS EFFICACIOUS. Th constant epoure to the ele ments eaperienced in an out door life la not so apt to cause eougha and cold as sedentary hablta. . Thome who are brought face to face 'with tbe weather ever day in active lif are nituh leas liable to catarrhal diM-asea than thine who Are housed op in illr Tentiiatcd pmr ADd yet both of these ela-sae are more or lesa subject to ea.ta.rrb and ALL CLASSES ARE SUBJECT TO CATARRH. catarrhal di The aoldier a well aa the civilian finda it frequently ncecMary to u Pernna, on accouut of eotijrha and cold. No one ta exempt. The atronir acil ...

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. — 2 February 1905

(Sir Ct-lt'rg Hates. Wc will send you the Tribune nnd the Toledo DlnJe one year lor $1.00. Wc will send you the Tribune und the Kaiuai City Time or Star for $1.00. We will send you the Tribune and the Farm and Fireside one year lor $1,00. We will send you the Tribune and ttie Kam.ua City Weekly Jour nal one year for $1.00 , We will send you the Tribune and the Farmer aud Stockman for $t. 25. We will (end you the Tribune and the Woman's Home Compan ion one year for 1 1.50 Wc will send you the Tribune atid twice-a-weck Globe-Democrat one year (or Si. 50. We will send you the Tribune and She 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 $4.00. ' We will send you the Tribune and the Kansas City Daily Star or Times one year for $5,507 We wilt send yo 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]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 9 February 1905

4 THIS RICH H33XJL TR1BUM1 Z 3 VOLUME 10 UICII HILL, BfIK80CUI.ltL'KHOAY, t'r.imUAItY , f U05. LOW RATES VIA Louisville & Nashville TO TMB MARDI GRAS fiew Orleans, -Mobile, Pensacola, Ticket cm tuiio March 1-G Uudb.-d to return March 11; by dcpolt and puyuit-nt of '0 cvuta nUnnluu t4 limit can bo ihvurcyj until Marvli 25, YM lor rat, time Lttblo and beautiful llluHtrutfd Ixiukltt giving a hlatory of the Murdl Urua, addrrwi 11. C IUilky. X. W. P. A Chicago J. i:. in KM-oitT. I P.A KLLuuia F. I. Uiu, I. P. A riiulnnatl J. II. Mii-Mvkn. I. 1. A. -.Louisville C. L. 8ton, tJen'I Pasn Agent, Louisville, Ky, co YEARS' V CX'CKItNCC t piidk Mama r M 1 CmrftfT a tltiU afvtiWf aaifir-iah'a, to-ua. aft nwi4riUi . V4Nf S-5C ltu4 fM fr. t'tdwut wf fv ftarn.f ?: la mi tUrM.te Maim & Ld BVOSifg ta"U awt, rt Watoi 1 t ! . Sdcntinc Jicm&x 1 -A, ffi an tha Urptt Hilars ef Stm, Raijt tad Firntct Ripilfi In tht Wtrld and can Skip lamidlatily tad $! Yen Monif. W Ira ttt atr tar Tsar ltrt. Mo ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 9 February 1905

THE TRIBUNE JHO. P. HUCKI'UT NANNIE R. HUCKHnT Editor aud Publish!? RICH HILL - MISSOURI There In popular OI!nit of the rroi)sliiin to monkey wlih the prune crop. President Ptlllman sMd any banker la likely to itmkt an error, Aunt Caa ale Ct.sdwlck aurees. Ifa an ill wind that blows good to rohody. Tin ':lan-putin" wan will have plenty lo do for a while In Rus sia. An Encllsh clergyman says that meat makes man Immoral. Thia may rvplnin why be trust in boosting the yrlce. Sir Henry Irving' son is to play In "Hamlet." May be never bo troubled by the apparition of hia father's ghost! It la fortunate for the Oberlin rtn del ts. perhaps, that Mrs. Chadwtck didn't sijm Russell Sage's name tc those notes. A Pittsburg teacher notes that col lege professor are paid less than many cooks. Well, perhaps the cooks are really eipert. Watches are now made only an eighth of an inch thick. Tour pocket book looks thin. too. after jon hart paid for one of them. A leading critic nays: Tew of the poets ...

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. — 9 February 1905

Battle Creek Battle Creek I Wtnl memorlea that aiania conjure np memories rrf other day even the pioneer rty. when the redmeu of the northern lake region bent the bow and sim-ared their face wtih kesl - braided thttlr flowing lock with feather of the porriiplne aud wllil eagle, that they might appear wore wild, if possible, than before. An1 a they painted lb cheek and raided the lialr, the sqnaw-wotuen aharpened the filnt arrow head and shaped Br bow, that thulr lord wight do battle to tbe d-lb with other redtnen. And here at Until Creek, way up la .Michigan, a it r cut batttu one day did occur, and whvn It vai over, aud the sun kissed the range to the far pl, the torn torn were muffled and the squaw women wrapped their bead ia varl-colored blanket and wept, for with the going down of the bub, many craves passed to the proverbial happy bnntlog ground. But that waa many, many moon ago, aa the Indiana measure time, and new era haa lung since dawned. True. It la 'Battle Creek" today. J...

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