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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 23 February 1905

Our doling Rales. Wc will send you the Tribune ninl tlie Toledo UlaJe one year lor $1 .00. wc ww emi you inc iniiune ami the Kanm City Time or Star for $I.oo. We will send you the Tribune mid the Farm and Fireside one year lor $1.00. We will send you the Tribune and the Knnsus City Weekly Jour 11 a I one year for $1.00 We will send you the Tribune iiiiil It.e Farmer and Stockman for $1.25. We will send you the Tribune and the Woman's Home Compan ion one year for $1.50 We will send you the Trimxk 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 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 t.eud the Tribune and the Kansas City Daily Journal one year for $ 00. 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 ior $6.00. . We will 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 March 1905

TT iTfTI JTvlJL TOFITT y i i 1 1 i I TT m JLajLx. ulcn mix, Missouiti.TiiLiwoAT, si Alien , iyo . LOW RATES VIA Louisville & Nashville TO THE MARDI GRAS New Orleans, Mobile, Pensacola. Tickets on wile March l- Umito! tti return Marih 11; by tit-poult onij la.vnietit of ') (viitu extvaslou of limit ejin ! until Miin.li r.Mi."i. For rate, time t;tbl. nnl bwiutiftil IHtKtnitftl booklet .lvin n lilntory of tin- M11MI tirntt, aJilri It f IMikv V VV IV . rlili-furm t ,.:.. v 1. 1. 4 t...J r . A' I . .-.... " . I- V. V. 1H mi, l. 1'. A Cincinnati j. 11. milum'.v. n i A....ijuUviiif C, U Klonr, Cir.i'l ft Agent, I.niiWvlllr, Ky. v v . -. r 1 v. j 4" it Tnoc MtMi '1 IS fltiifi'f a-' . ivr oi'ifa fr h hr t.rjmi-riTW-t fed tilt- AfeLtv OC FMHUI itt Irwi I'M. c.-f etmii cnk i.-n tuiUk h Sum 4 Cflw rrwi jpw-ti VhjI it-c, ft lit Scientific Hmcrican. A h l"Ttr It In 4 I n rrr. C.' ';'.- f "UPlijO. T i ft 8Ui:itLOCK HOI.Str-H AUAIN AN" Nrr!-f tt wtl? MorJc in the KatiKiv Vitf Mar. Outuni Ml,-'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. — 2 March 1905

THE TRIBUNE n-:o. r. hucki-jiiy nanme n. hucktht kJItort and Publishers iucn nu.i. - . MlSSOVill TVonomy Is a virtue, tut Its prartlca ought not to be reflected in laundry ".bills. New York uses 1.3KS.00O quarts of ' milk a day. No statistics about other beverages available. Now a Philadelphia, expose Is threat ened by Mayor Weaver. Can it be that the Quaker Cltjr U stirring la It sicepT The published statement that the milk trust ia thinking of watering Its took makes the New York Herald simply earhinate. 'A writer In the Chlcsco Record Herald gives a formula for beautifying the tress locks. This is Culcagoese for washing the hair. If you don't believe that a woman ran keep a secret, ask ber her age. New York Herald. But don't look at her. The cable ay the duel between Count Cjayfcowskt and M. Vlllette ai well attended." It was quite a social function, in fact. The kaiser will permit army Ulcers to drink to his health In water, feel ing, no doubt, that the custom Is not likely to b...

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 March 1905

rnn AM DY KARY 'ABVEREUX MTU flLUSTlMTIOrO OV OOT1 C WOON iff fnravy CMAPTtR XIII. The inn was Bi-ai'r two hour bitch when Ignite awoke from 1aniter, and 1r-pred to make himself reiy tx the rixnllilo and arduous dutie ly ing brfore bitn. Id vlt-t of ljiro's dylnit request, be tiad considered carefully the arranRn ti..r.U f,)r Iaialie's Immediate future, and this ho unfolded to Ma'am lirlKtda, I-aial!o'i old mirM and companion, after sending F.rrsh to superintend the gathering of such atoroa a were to be taken to the shore, preparatory to putting thorn aboard the "Mack Pe trel" and another craft, which was to call tinder command of Eirah. wbo, la addition to bit other valuable atlalo menu. waa a skillful navigator. Aa to the slaved, of whom there were several hundred. It was not prn--dent to attempt taklr.g thorn In a body to Louisiana; and Lafltte decided, for the present, to leave bjr far the frreat er number of them i'.rn the island, where there was abundant food and shelter, and ...

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 March 1905

The Tribune. UI.O. V. IU H BT, NANMK IS. lit I'll MIT. fttlturtnl l'nbllht, tJnbacrlpltiin ( i On Vf Si Month. l.P. ...6. I Tfcrrr WoMlifc. Jrifcl Coit ,v ,t.1 En'ttl c--m)in to lt : C niM ' ,h pit offi.. ! Kith Hill, fciini H ! AWGINCLMINTS. (iiurp' Cliuri h, tin1 KVpn-son-t:ifm fiinn l!;tt omnty, iv, v1', riht in viy prohibition tllilt llll! )!! Iti'fult' tli ll"lls i f Ki'MVNlltll1 CH this MOMxioll. t- niv HiitliorUf"! to notiounro tin- nniiic of It. i:. Io MoManusfor ity MarfJml. subject to tlio consUl cnitlon f tlio voUts of Kieh Hill at tlie roiuins f-rii)g vo tion. KansuH liits MarHd the ball ;tnl Iowa, Missouri, Indiana and Tcxiw tire preparing to follow Mill. Kansas said she wouldn't have Ma very and we all know the re sult. No one else ban it. Now Kansas says she won't have the Standard Oil Trust. In u few veara no ene ele will have it. The United States Senate tried Judprt! Sway no, of Florida, on ar-tit-les of impeaehnu-nt last weolc, preferred by the IIous? of Kepre sen...

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. — 2 March 1905

f LOCAL CHIEFS. 11 A. IJoyco went up to Kan has t.'ity Sunday, Joe WincbcU, of the Mo. Pac, spent Sunday in Itich Hill. The peaches are ull killed. If you don't take our M-ord for it just look for you rsolf. Hereafter I will be in my dental oflice from Tuesday noon o Sun dav noon. Dr. Slateh. Mrs. Elsie Garrison-Strickland visited friends in Papinsville Satuaday and Sunday of lust week. - Miss Erma Moore, of Cottey college, Nevada, spent Sunday with her father's family, return ing to her college dutie.' Monday. liev. W". U. Clianeellor preach ed to a large and appreciative au dience Sunday at the Presbyter ian church. He is very popular with bis people. You may safely have your hy drants fixed now, There will be some cold weather during this month but not cold enough to burst hydrant'. M rs. Greeley OTseil and little daughter, Mary, departed, for their home in Montana, yester day, after having spent the win ter in thin Motion. Tax collector Fortune was verj' busy Monday and Tuesday,...

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 March 1905

w - " t - W - WHAT TUBERCULOSIS COSTS Immense Monetary Loss Caused th Country by Its HjvvtvResHow to Iletain Health nd Coat of Tuberculosis, Ir. Harmon Hipg of New Tork (American Medicine), nfler careful estimation, place the annual expense of tuberculosis to the people rf the Cnlted States at $:t:lo,0(trt,(VW.oo. lie Brut calculates the Ins to New York city by putting value of l.h00 upon Mi ll life) at tli average at which Scaths from tuberculosis occur. This Ive a total value of the Uvea lout !iiw:;y of 11.500,00,1.00. But this la not ail. For at least nine month prior to death these patient r-nmiot work, anil the loss of service at one dollRr a day, together with food, nursing, medicines, attendance, etc., at one and one-half doJlars a day. re ditu la a further loss of SS.non.OOO.OO, making a yearly loss to the munici pality of $:S.00n.0o0.C0. For the whole country the 15ti,000 deaths from tuber culosis represent in the same way a loss of fl.lO.OoO.OfO.PO. ltr. Iiiyes is states l...

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. — 2 March 1905

THE OLD FOLKS AT HOME Aro Never Without Pe-ru-na in Iho Homo For Catarrhal Diseases. If f j ''A " varibons. Independtace, 9, Remarkable Cere Effected By Pe-ru-ne. Cndcr date of January 30. 197, r. Harlruaa received the following letter: "Mr wife hit two a sufferer from a complication of diwsncs, for the pt twentv-iive years. Her cA.se hto U"!(1 the skill of some of the most noted phy sicians. One of hfrort troubles was elironlo constipation of several years' standing, Mie wa alo plriK through that mot critical period in the l.fe of a woman change of life. "In June, Hitl, 1 w rote to you alnrat her case. Vou advised a coiiim of Peruua anil Matiaiin, w hich we st once commenced, and hare to say It torn pletely cured ber. "About the una time I wrote you bout my own ce of catarrh, which had been of twenty-five wars' standing. At times I was alnv-t- pat Roiir. I commenced to use lJcruna accartling to your Intlructloat and continued it uta (or about m year, and it ha com plataiy cured ma....

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. — 2 March 1905

Ojr Cellini Rales. We will send you the Trihune and tlie Toledo Blade or.e ye ar lor 3I.OO. We will tcnJ you tlie Tribune mul tho Kanat City Star for $1.00. We will send you the Tribune ami the Fnrm and Fireside one year lor $1,00. , We will send you tlie Tribune an J the Kapsus City Weekly Jour nal one year for $1.00 We will send you the Tribune and tlie Fanner and Stockman for $1.35. We will send you the Tribune and the Woman's Home Compan ion one year for 1 1.50 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 lor one year lor $1.50. We will tend the Tribune and the Kansas City Daily Journal one year for $4 00. We will tend you ihe Tribune and the Kansas City Daily Star and Times one year for $5.50. We will send you the Tribune and the Daily Globe-Democrat one year lor $6.00. We will send y...

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 March 1905

TH R TRlBuMEL U i I JlJliL 'La. VOLUMH 15 UJCII HILL, MI.S80UUI.TII U-SDAY, MAIMII it, IVW5. SUDTERRAriEAH rJOHDERS . Mammoth Cave colossaTcavern Are the moat lotcrvtJo ol all the Natural Wonders In America. Thine wonderful Caverna nrc vial ted nnnu ally by thoiwnnil of tourist from this country and abroad. Tliey are prouounceil ly i. ion tints tlie luont nitijniltU-eiit work of nature. It would will repay yoa to take the tlmo to make a visit to tlictn. Tlioy are KM nilkst south ot Louiavlllc, Ky., near tlie Lcaisiille & Rashvilli R. R. and the uiKk-mlfrrxtl will be clad to ntlOtM Vffetl rtitoi rlv trnltt BU-liiMtitl.. orwnrt yoanln-autlfuHj IUuHtratl'bM ben "mP,rtJ ,,J he rigid 4" patfw booklet Riving an lntertot-Jexrr,'n",',on P"d with credit to lug description of tlw remarkable C. L. Wtone, Gen'l Paaa Agent, Lotilarllle, Ky ,V ... ' tXPj - .liNC DIM v Tnaoc Mams 'Hl', CtnlMHTttC. aw" " w lfTIPI K Hf aatt'v aafrtam nr erwu fr Mibr m MarwIr.ial. K mPiuih ait f r-. o)4t mrft-r (...

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. — 9 March 1905

THE TRIBUNE oiro. p. huckkht tailor and Publish ANN III R- HCCKEI1 RICH HILL MISSOURI It Is srducrlpg to Jcarn that th JKika are exterminating the elk fur tb tke cf Us teeth. Iowa ha a young woman who cart tbat she pan !! a mnn properly cn 8 ceuts a (lay. U she man to J? It Is the privilege of the talker to misquote. The writer haa to look It tip iu the ilotlonary i f quotations. Nearly ",0i0 books were published In thla country Inst year. You didn't read more than half of them, perhaps. "It Is essential that a woman' armf should bo pretty," sajs a fashion ex pert. And that a min'i arms should be strong! A New York man who ftb hit tome a pint of whisky haa been fined J25 -preyuniaWj for wasting whisky on a horse. The weather bureau's monthly re port has a learned dissertation on "icean"temDT8ture. Everybody knows what It Cleans. The original of Dickens' "I.ittV Don-it" Is tu; alive, at the age of to. But sba has changed ao you would carcely know her. The Chicago poet who haa offered...

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. — 9 March 1905

Ill- J1 IVU ILLU3rPsTIOrO BY DON C. rVLSON Cyyis' O "'. xj CHAPTER XIV. i Tho Inland of flranile Terre, off the -oant of l)iUinna, linn psralli-l with the mainland ; an4 at In western end St a secure barbor, readied by llie. Jreat I'. of Iiaratarta. wlione water is from nine to tea feel In depth. Here, on Crancto Tcrre, were aolil the raptured cargoes and prize; and people from all part of Louisiana cam hither to purchase them, with no apparent attempt or desire to con ceal the object of their mission. Jean I-afilte wa, 1th Pierre, nit ting in the dlDlng-room of his own house,, of which, bowevtr, the latter was nominal master. "And so Lnro Is dead, and the Rarra Je Hlerro In English hands," l'lerre waa saying. Tell me of thy plans, and what In "to become of the lovely Senorlta I. a !le." At this. Jean, putting aside his for mer mood, sketched out clearly all his Intended operations, telling In detail of his Interview with Philip I .a Roche, who with his widowed sister, Madame Illcfc...

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. — 9 March 1905

The Tribune iji o. i. in t Ki nr, HAi:K k. tu ikrnr. KdltontDi) fublUham. HnbMirlFtlonHalfii Snr Yr .1.00 Thru' M.MUH... Sis Month. AO S'nf ! I ntpri'd cror!inf to tfc Act Ol (-onvrttln Ihc f.ni i.r. e Kkh li.ll, -cJ ilk wall maiMt ANNOlNCLaiLNTS. Wo niv nutliorUci! to annniinc tlm iiimhp of U, K, I.h MoManunfor City Mnntlitil, milijort to tlio coiiniil (ration of tho votorn of Well 11111 nt tlie coming iring flection. lvtfi.I,ituiv siit in porfott nik-noe during tin s-imh Tlutt ixi'iin' lias Im'cu iiiiyt'd ltftr miovss fully Itut it's j'layoil out now. Tin1 silii(o vns tho silonco of Mi.-i ii in. Juil'o John IL Kojr.in, th last of the Mirvivors of Jeff Davis' confederacy, iliod last Monday tit the uge of 0 years. It's iHen Migested to us that one 1 rouble with Prof. Ivos is his t luse relationship with the coun ty Clerk's office and that some of their democratic friends look with jealousy upon the evidences c lx)ssism in that combination. Kvery Republican in Osajre township .should...

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. — 9 March 1905

f LOCAL BltlKFS, J ef J. M Johannea took a business trip to Kansas City Tuesday. W. R Tygard went to Untlt r Tueaduy on buainesa matters. Danker W, W. Ferguson made a business trip to Nevada Tue s day. Postmaster Martin went to KunsiiH City Hnd other jMiints I north Tuesday. Mr.-. M. R Smalley, of Hume van in the city calling on friend Tuesday last. IWhI Clerk Harry Drown vis Hod his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Drown Tuesday. Mrs. S. E. Whipple WU r1 the Tribune for another year at Stoutland, Mo. Harry Barber, of Dutler, .spent Sunday in this c ity visiting his cousin, Ivoss Junes. Miss Jessie Cosper passed through the city on her way hotne to Nevada Tuesday. Mrs. S. A. Miller is entertain ing relatives from Nevada, M. and Kansas City. Kansas, this week. There has been a slow drizzling rain from Sunday to Wednesday but not enough waterfall to help cistern perceptibly. The school board lias decided to extend the school year one month longer, making the full .school term nine months. Mrs. ...

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. — 9 March 1905

i Crusade on The llfiiry I'hlpps Institute of Phila delphia, which Ims been established I s the gcn rona ttift f a wealthy resi dent of ( ti nt. city. Is dolnj great v-oik on bt'lin If of person suffering from pulmonary tube milosla or eon-t-iin, ptlnn. The physicians employed by tliU Inf I it'll ton have complin! unnin enee'Sept rules to bo observed by per sons suffering from this disease, the careful following of which will pre vent the eten!on of ill disease to others, and will greatly aid the auf f rem to recover. Ivm't spit on the sidewalk, on the fUcrt, nor into any place where you cannot destroy the germs which you spit Ul. r) pot- swallow any spit wlch furaci up from your lungs or which come out of the back part of your throat. Spit Into a ap!t cup when It Is pos sible t do BO. Always use a spit cup with a han " to It ' tfcat you can hold It close to your mouth. When you u-w a china or earthen ware spit cup always keep lye and water In It anil scald out the spit cup once or ...

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. — 9 March 1905

Woul Breath. Fril breath 1 rtit ),j fiml iUirrmfJi' Sti.-ml-J Mil turpi,! liver, bitter -r had ttJ, ltrrl Uingii, In of, tr Irregular kin-UU', .i'u nr full rlui (wling In tUiinarli. "aaU'r brh " r amir arm ta tloiia ( u, sick or bilious i,crlnrt rn, IIhwHjiiii tn i)"nwieitry , nr " tlie llui'." Irritable temper ir pv lull n1 k!iwtrl ywptim. Sot all of Hhtmi ympbima are triwnt In every caan. To t4in up ami Invigorate Vmih t"m eh ami llvr and start tl digestive pro cnrm Into Iteah Iit i-tloii. thire l. Ut any l'ia int, mo i,w -l,,r ssmit U lr. I'leri-e'a (ml. I' ll Mixlli kl I i!.'iM i y. It l prepared without lli iiefl ft a particle of tl.'otiol, fnm Ih artlve tnililnl irii'iil e tracuxt trm the runts nf nai,v American filaiiU, ami Ik an honetly marie, afeiumt rine tint any on ruay taw a itlioiit (our of forming an ap(eUu for tiinu!aiil. lu i.H anl run's see lnnting an t not simply tha tcmjiorary eilillaraiioo m time ep.nriii-l front strong alcobuiir liri-jiaraiioii. No man la atrong...

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. — 9 March 1905

Oar Clubbing Rates. We will send you the Tribune am! the Toledo Blade one yrnr lor $1.00. We will tend you the Tribune and (he Kansas City Slur (or $1.00. We will send you the Tribune end the Farm mul Firtsideone year (or $1.00, ' We will send you the Tribune and the Kanstis City Weekly Jour n:tl one year (or $1.00 . We w ill tend you the Tribune and the Farmer and Stockman lor $1.25. We will send you the Tribune and the Woman's Home Compan ion one year for $1.50 We will send you the Trihi'nk and twice-a-weck Globe-Democrat one year for $ 1.50. We will end you the Tribune and the St. Louis Republic one year lor 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 fend the Tribur.e and the Kansas City Daily Journal one year for $4.00. We will cnd you the Tribune nnd the Kansas City Daily Star and Times one year for $5.50. We wilt send you the Tribune and the Daily Globe-Democrat one year lor $ 6.00. We will send you...

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. — 16 March 1905

HELL TBIIBUKE: 11 VOLL'.MI. 15 KICH HILL, MISMOUUI.TIIUIWDAY, MAKCU JO.ISKJ.l. KJCM SUDTERRAriEAH 170NDERS Mammoth Cave AND UULU O O L O rt L till An-t! t iii(crt!nif of nil the Nunir.il u .ii.-r in AiuitW h Tht. w.M.u.ri.iir.iv.r.i-nn. vi-it.-.i m,u- ally liv t linn -uimIk of toiirlnto from ... , . , . .. thU -ninitrv ami uliroml. Tlivr nrv ronoumv,l l.y m-tentUta the i.ut ni.istiiiii r.t work of nntur. it woui.i w , !i r. iny you to tnkt. tho thm. to :,, u vwt to tluMo. Thi-y nrv Vm nail' -ninth of Louiville. ,. .. Kr.. m-.tr the LCUtSTtlie & N3$!jrill8 R. R. mid thf iiiuSi-r-iu'iimi will w j-i to luot yon rutci, utv-trnln "k hiu)i'i or -n.l you a in-autlftilly lllu-trnt-sl liiti' immimo vmiiik nn wo-n mi- t ' I tii il-".rlition of th remark nhh jlliUVM. C. 1 Mm, Om'l Pass Agent, I,iulvlllp, Kjr Tnte Ms . DC SIGNS Copyrights Ac Arrir tlt(f tct and flwiffKifi t-, IHii- vi M'ni''' " t-:"n.-n fr Krh an H.-iilV. J-t i. pr...'-' -sl.-r ' :' law tH.t-'r.r-t .t!(.i.'i.l. MVO Pfl Yv r...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 16 March 1905

THE TRIBUNE GEO. P. IH'CKKHT NANNH5 It. HCCKEDT ilfciTi ViuTTT7T" (Editor and Fubllsh MISSOURI Th occupation In life of sotn peo ."pie Is to badger the busy. RuRslan students seem to have at excising substitute fur tit America! can rush. The New OrlMn States asks, "An wo paupers?'" No, but some of ua ar newspaper men. Tb Fhllsdelphlana are the chain pion optimist They have taken u praying for their mayor. Somebody ought to auk Dr. Ostei now bow iong he thlnka a womar ought to be allowed to lire. A German count baa eloped with t shop jrlrl. This look like a direc: Irsolt to American heiresses. According to a French expert linghlng vlll cure dypepla. Comlt raper will please make a note. . Dr. Osier may observe that there If no lack of youthful vita In the way thf aexagenarisne are getting back at him Rockefeller i going to build a new million dollar home. But will be take a million dollar' worth of comfort In It? The bureaucrats may hare pat out tbls story about the strike of the sere...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 16 March 1905

. 1 'i Jl I A "TC77T BY $ARY AEVEREUX WTH ILLU5TVAT10N3 P OOM C WOO CHAPTER XV. After the death of taro new and nio hit belter order of things pre vailed among (ha ao-callcd ' Tlratea of b Oulf" Now tinder lhi direct eaderhlp of lafltte alone, and with belter oppor ttinitle for knowing his chivalrous na ture, the larger body of thera followed tinquetloningly bis mort merciful and less lawless practice; and not few of (he men' actually relished the changed conditions la which tbey found themselves. Oaronne, who had been given a ve el of his own. bad gathered to him self the most unregeueraie of Iaro's followers, and entered upon a career In which he observed the fame meth oda as his former commander, with (he result that be was finally brought to eiecution. together with most of bis crew. In a South American port. Life at the I'rsuline convent was. for many months, a burden to laralle. and her whims and caprice made it tut little lens so to the mother su perior and nuns. But they, wi...

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