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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 30 March 1905

Our Cteltilna Rates. We will rnd you the Tribune mill tiie Toledo Made one year lor $1.00. We will send you the Tribune oih! the Kansas City .Star for $i.&o. We will send you the Tribune and the Form ami Fireside one year lor $1.00. We will send you the Tribune and the Kansus City Weekly Jour it nl one year for $1.00 We will send you the Tribune nml the Farmer and Stockman for $1.25. We will send you the Tribune and the Woman's Home Compan ion one year for fi.o 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 fur $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 end the Tribune and the Kanas City Daily Journal one ear for $4.00. We will send you the 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 for $6,00. We will send you t...

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. — 6 April 1905

HELi FT) lido A mil m ail. volumi: IS BICll HILL, MlSSOCUl.THUIWOAY, A Fill L O, 1903. 5. 31 THE RICH SUDTERRAriCAH VIOHDERS Mammoth Cave C0LOSSAALCAVERN Are the mot liiti'tvutlntf of all the Natural Wonders In imrh-n. The wonderful Cavern are vMted annu nlly ly thousands of tourists from thin countrj- and nbrond. They are firnnminmil 1 1 - ul..titl..f n tlut n.u magnificent work of nature. it!torand an executive, is a good would well repay you to take the time to iiwtiie a vixlt to tliem. They are 100 tnlSe. south of Louisville. Ky., near the louisvill. & Kasbvilii R. R. and the underpinned will lie glnd to quote yon rate. j;ive train aclieOuU- or send you it beautifully lllutratcd s pne tMKiklet JTlvlnij an inten'Kt tng description of 'the retunrkalilc pl.icr. C. I atone, oen'l Pass. Agent, Louisville. Ky V V ex JiJJJUsil Traoc Maims 11V Distant Co-t)mt Ac AimMiMitiif . rti an. awiiw". mv wmut, nor HMnw trm kMbr an tntaw.lUMI MDn (CMTrtatlUr'. Ci ptmt ittruoch Kr. A Ga. rcMT S...

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. — 6 April 1905

THE TRIBUNE CtCO. P. HUCKKKT I Editor and DANNIE R. HUCKEI1T Publish nicTHViri ...... mTpso u r ! ff be barren to win, It a shrewd tnvcxltiit r,t. If he happen to lose, It is a reckless spoculstlon. Civilized humanity li coming rapid ly to tho conviction that Gen. Sher man understated the esse. The statement Is nmd that Russell Stipo ts recovering from a bad cold lift if there ever was a good out'. The whole. Venezuelan army If re ported to be In nti!tl movement. Ik- must have a nervous temperament. When man has finally brought tha clement under his sway the Ohio river will have been about the last to succumb. We repug to report that the esteem ed Philadelphia Public Ledger starts off an able editorial by saying "Tts trragnotlon relucta." The Washington Post says that Pr. "Wiley Is writing poetry on the food question. The poison squad seems to be in for new test. Fashion notes: Cultivating the hour-glass figure does not mean Mantling for hours at the glass to con template one's figu...

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. — 6 April 1905

If f)1 BY WARY DEVEREUX WTN ftHJ5TT?ATlOr3 BY OOfi C. WOON CHAPTER XVIII. "When Ijifltta and Urelolra wera rtshered Into Napolcnn'i cabinet. ant the former' eye fell upon hltn ha had for ao piany year longed let aee, his first sensation wa that of pain. The slender form gone, lost In III personality if the stout, middle aged man, who, lounging In a velvet cushioned chair, looked at Ignite carelessly coldly. a at fiu entire atrangsr. Hla appearance and at til tide bore out Greloire' remark, that It wa etl the emperor vm "strangely In different to everything." Every line of the listless fact' and relaied form Indicated this. As the exsoM'r preached and towed low. a faint smile lightened Na poleon's repellent expression, and he raid graciously. "Greloire, I am pleaded to fw you. and to know that yon have not forgotten one who thought highly of yon In more pros perous days. Who Is this you bring with yon?" "Sire. Captain Joan I afitte. of Uu luiana." answered Greloire. after a moment's ...

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. — 6 April 1905

The Tribune. UFO, r. Dl'CRtRTi 1HASSIK , MM RRUV. Iliuriia rablith.r, n Ytf ..... St klonlh... fc4rtplloaKll si. no i n,tMrmihk.. . .v...0 Slngl, Coplw.... V Enm.d accontlnt cl ol CwicraMi Ito pott oflkc at Rich lllll, Hixnd cUu !! BMIW City llection Returns. So. No. For Mayor Lancaster, Griffith, ls3 15 179 Lancaster's majority 23 For Marshal Bunkson, 1-9 -229 Savage, 121 H Kimbrough, ;u (52 Wilson, 20 12 llankson's plurality, 213 " majority, K For Police Judge Sheppard, -VI lo7 Wright, H1 213 Wright's majority, 11 For Alderman Vanlkmthusen, 231 Kogers, 114 Yanllenthuscn maj 1 10 Tarver, I'.W Mead, 1 Tarver 's majority, 7 School Election. So. No. For County Suorintondont Cassity, 1 Ives, 171 133 Cassity's majority, "u For Director, (no opposition) Weeks, 277 37 Sampson, 270 231 llomar, 4 Harris, Harry, 3 Done, 1 J en n is, 1 School Ij-vy For 212 213 .Against 21 VA 21 1-1 Majority for 402 The Kussiun ileet is trying to dodge the Japanese flirt in the Indian Ocean and get into port u...

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. — 6 April 1905

LOCAL IJU1EFS. J Keud the. "I'lum Truth" wd. i.f Johannes & Son, tf Old iMwjmMT to put under your t'lirpftn, 5o for tilr, 1uihIW at Tiik Tuiuc.n otllrc. "o picture fur 'Jc nt lVmiy Picture (IhIUtv. over Harris' Drug Store. Mr. C'Iium lsurrow returned from a vinit to Hutler friend, Tuesday noon. Lut ice cream with the League folks nt Mr. J. C. LnneV, next Friday evening. II. G. Cook and wife, of Butler visited II. P. James' family and other Kich Hill friends Monday. Mrs. Frank Gench und mother, Mrs. Burrows spent several days in Kansas City the first of the week. Dr. G. A. Delemater lias ijone to Parsons, Kan., in the interest of his mining properties in the far west. P. M. Miller tame in Tuesday and made the Tkibcne h busi ness call. He will try farming this season. Harry McBride has gone to Madison, Kans., to visit liis brother, Will McBride, who is there at railroad work. C. Ii. Walters went to Nevada, Monday for the monthly meeting of the asylum board. He return ed home Tuesd...

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. — 6 April 1905

r?n??CTi aid t?rn A Most Effective Weapon With Dreaded The following abstract from fin ar ticle by J. E. Ktuhbert, M. D., In the Medical Record, should receive wide nd careful attention. No lo!ilt If these Idea roulil Ik carried out, the "white plaguo" would be robbed of much of tu terror : In ancient times It wan highly !nv prier to expose a tuberculous pa tient, especially one bejond the first t!ai;i', to a brrath. of fresh, air except on the mildest daya In summer, while the nifilit air wan dreaded and avoided as the plague. Then the more obserr ant and thoughtful men noticed that those who lived more In the open air did not die as quickly a the hot-house patients, and they bepan to urce an outdoor life aid moderate exercise as a proph lactic an we'l as a cure fur those in the early stapes of con sumption. Those In the more advanc ed slages were allowed fresh air only when tt wn at summer temperature, but even this was better than being 1 ept indoors in warm. Ill ventilated rooms...

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. — 6 April 1905

STOP! WOMEN, HOW TWO BEAUTIFUL WOMEN ESCAPED PELVIC CATARRH BY AID OF PE-RU-NA. AND CONSIDER TUG ALL-IMPORTANT FACT That In eUreilnir Mr. rinkham you ere Hi6iliiijf your prlvst liUUi a woman - woman Mlum experience with wo man a Airuse ihuti jf real ninny year. You can talk freely to a woman m hen it la revolting to rclat your private t rouble to a man hevidea a man dura not under Hand simply because tie ia a man. Many worueu suffer In ailence and drift along from bad to or, knowing full well that titer ought to have linnu-d:ataMhUt nee, but a natural modesty impels them to shrink from exposing them aelvea to thequefitionsand probably examinations of even their family phyaician. It is unotcrMirjr, Without money or price you can consult a woman whose knowledge from actual experience is great. Mr. Pinkbaiu'a Standing Invitation: Women siifferinir from any form of female weak nesa are invited to promptly comtnuuicate with Mra. I'inkhain at Lynn, .Mim AM letter are received, opened, rea...

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. — 6 April 1905

Our Clubbing Rates. We will kend you the Tribune nnd the Toledo Blade one year lor $1.00. We will tend you the Tribune and the Kansas City Star (or $1.00. We will cnd you the Tribune and the Farm and Fireside one year for $1.00. We will send you the Tribune and the Kansu City Weekly Jour nal one year for $1.00 We will cnd you the Tribune nnd the Farmer and Stockman for $1.25. We will tend you the Tribune and the Woman'i Home Compan ion one year for J 1.50 We will aend you the Tribvkk 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 11.50. We will tend 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 f 4 00. We will send you the 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 for fO.oo. We will tend you the Tri...

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. — 13 April 1905

RICH MILL TKJBTO "5 W Ha S3 .1LL20 volumi: 15 UIC11 HILL, MISSOUU1.TUUIWOAY, AI'IUL I J, VMrr. THE UDTERRAIIEAU jfour Standard Stallions, Crattans Will be found at the Spencer Stables, St the northeast corner of Rich Hill; and will aland at $i 5.00 for a living foal. Mj-ut Mammoth Cave AND COLOSSAL CAVERN Are tlw? mot Intontln of all the Natural Wonders In Itnerlca. Tliew wonderful Caverns are vUlted nnnu nlly by thousands of tourlts from thla country and ahrond. They are pronotinred ly ncientirUa the nioxt magnificent work of nature. It would well repay you to take tho tlrue to inak6 a vlult to tlicni. They 1 nre 100 rnilcn aouth of Loulaville, Ky., near the iOB PRINTING in all its various designs is a specialty at this office. We do your work promptly and guarantee satisfaction in ail cases. LosisTiili & KasiiTilie R. R. and the undrrnlii(sj will le jrlad to quote you ratm, give tmln acliedulcg or nend you a tn-autifully Illustrated i ngv Ivooklct glrini; an IntcrerU Injr desc...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 13 April 1905

THE TRIBUNE MANNII5 n. HUCKEDT f Publishers ""Missouri: RICH 1IIU. Tbe spit hall and the high tall Kill t rlvnl In the public mind Ibis sum mer. Pulld your, own monument Do not strive to compel your fcHow-cltlions to build It for you. A iiallne solution may brim th dead to life, but has no effect on those politically dead. King Edward In no longer abl to set the pace, but he has a store of In teresting recollection. If, as Mark Twain contends, clothes are royalty. It li eusy to tea why some women are queens. When lovely woman wields the ham mer, she sometimes bit the call on the bead the thumb nail. Andrew Carnegie now says he has r.o Intention of dying poor. Has the needle's eye lost Its terrors? There may be 73,000 germs In a dol lar bin, but we prefer to count the bills and estimate the perms. If a man can't Ret enough trouble to suit him any other way, he ran always try to raise a vegetable garden. It would be a decided relief to find some man cleaning up 1.80 In a stock deal In...

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. — 13 April 1905

1 WTH ILLUSTPATTOrO 8V oom c. vn.o CHATtf XIX. Before th week hid ended th "Black Petrel" filled her aall for liar- taria. with Greloire's parting word of advlco repeating themselves la La fltto's fan: '"Wind up jour affair la Louisiana. Won ami, and do aa th emperor de-Ires- ittura to France, and assume your own nam and rank." So bark to I-oulnlana be tailed, with hi mind In turmoil that gar un wonted auterl(jr to hi manner, and awed hi crew Into much (peculation. The fever of hi first Impulse hat ing now abated, he began to upbraid himself for having left Pierre, and wondered if anything evil might have befallen hi foter-brother. Day by tlay. as the "mack Petrel" drew nearer to Bxrataria. he kept hlmseir busy by tiuerylcg as to what. If any, change would be found there, and a to what progress the war had made. Louisiana, and especially New Or leans, mart. In his Judgment, be des tined to bear a hare In the conflict even though this might not be until the eleventh hour; f.r the imu...

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. — 13 April 1905

The Tribune, ui o. f. HVt Ki nr, NANSIK It. HK'Htllt, Krticnr.nl r nbll.fc.rt . . atrliMsKt.t PncV. !. I TrM . S Mo.ith., .. ...( SihcI Cyle .. ...t . .OS F tiM"d .cconllnt 10 efc. l o! Confttl eh. toi oT.ot ki Kkh Kill, tKond dM nII maim Earthquakes in the Himalaya mountains in India recently did groat damage. The Democrats carried Uutlor as usual, by the usual majority, in the usual M ay, as they usually do. St. Louis and Chicago elected democratic mayors but the re publicans are likely to hold the legislature of both cities. Mrs. Roosevelt took to the water and is now in the Florida seas. President Roosevelt then took tothe M-oods and is now in the Colorado hills. The election of Emma Cassity was a t ribute to her energy, and practical common sense, as dem onstrated in her canvass more than to her political affiliations, The cities and towns where party tickets Mere in the held in Missouri resulted more general ly favorable to the Republicans than the Democrats, showing that the ...

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. — 13 April 1905

f LOCAL iUtlKFS. J S. C. !Miir visited hi fat Un lit Hedalia, Sunday. Mr. W. W. Harris ha pine on n tiit toCliirnj.ro. See Johanno & Sons and in vestigate the facts, tf Old iifwppnpfra to put iiwltT jour riirl, .V tor Mjf I'timllt', nt Thk TwiiiMt olllri'. picture for "jrc at Penny Picture tlHllery. over Harri') Drujr Store. i Donl fail to look uh over before you spend your money. Johan nes & Sons. Eugene Calvert came home from Coffey ville, Ka., to spend Sunday with his mother. Mrs. Simon Loeb and daugh ter were at pleasant Hill the lirst of the week visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Smith spent Sunday with her parents, J Mr. nnd Mrs. F. II. Cheverton. Judge Clark Wix was in the city Monday and favored the Tkibcne office with a pleasant call A. H. Ilolloway, of Coffeyville, Kan., was in the city Monday, hhuking hands with old acquaint ences. Some one took the (Jriflith Grocery Co.' delivery team with out leave or license last Sunday night. Miss Lul.i Rhodes, who has le...

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. — 13 April 1905

it' NATURE'S GREAT Let the Sunlight Iteach Every Corner llouso and Destroy the Germr. Nature's great dlnlnfvrtant In tun light. It ti u rnont Interesting fact that thin wonderful Unfit, which pro motes the growth of useful plants add sustains tnlml lift, at the same time destroys by It very brightness all sort of germ which are brought In contact with It. H in this fart akin which rc 11 (lorn tha earth Inhabitable. Germ devckip with such marvelous rapidity that they would quickly over whelm u by their very numbers It not constantly destroyed by the sun. A little commutation will readily ahow thla. Some germs are capable of auch rapid multiplication that they may double every fifteen minutes under favorable conditions of temperature and food supply. Estimate the num ber of perms which might be pro duced In single day of twenty-four hours, or nlnety-slx doublings. The number would be more than thirty two thousand billion billions, or suf ficient to cover eighty thousaad square miles a...

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. — 13 April 1905

Will It Gave (Consumption? h-ln awn. On dar ror rlf read'ns tn lilt I 4iflinilll P-tlM BrM!l 11 u.-I ..'.. IA afUllda Kitfl Ilk rolMfi! B-naB tliall an? thing Im" tlil I bad lu-aid I t IxllVtll ft Ifc-tlla f rMll IHHMM1B H-liWI BM'I I(. .ia dad tahn lialf ' wa la.u 1 frit l.n.t f ...L iiiiFlawn UrillMknrl It ma.te a raw man it ee I sain! aliu-u (Mirla a'-d nwvar haa had a -tusu aitw-e. i t-f i.cMiu alia give ail ua riwm w ytur h um Youra truly. t.ro A. Tr, Sheldon Ave.. CbsUiam. out.. I ajnada. P. It V. piswrn, Buffalo, N. T.t 7 nr Sir ! with ri atwak aa to the rwa r-al"1 fnm It l'ler-a a llIen k";iaj liliu'u'arr. Mr heallh bains rnn-doarti la fall. I raua-hl bad rwlii abtrli eMtlad In nif lunn t'ui IMvtL I had a aerr 14 otifX aiau rataed a rnpat drat laa-tored t awh'.io amh trur duitry pfciatrtao and ha all ttoat If mr ooiurri ruulil a4 f lin.ken um i wuuld f luUiraaiauuipllou. I could at no tievirftt "tin bl treatment, I purrl-aa! ritlli or lit. i'tert-ea t.l'len M1iaJ I Xaroaerr....

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. — 13 April 1905

Our ClEitblng Rates. Wc will und youjl.e Tribune and the Toledo IUnde one year tor $t,oo. We will send you the Tribune and the Kansai City Star for $.0O, Wc will tend you the Tribune and the Farm and Fireside one year lor $1.00. We will tend you the Tribune and the KanMit City Weekly Jour nnl one year (or $1.00 We will tend you the Tribune and the Farmer and Stockman (or $1.15. We will send you the Tribune and the Woman't Home Compan ion one year for 1 1.50 We will tend you the Trieink and twice-a-weetc Globe-Democrat one year (or f 1.50. We will tend you the Tribune and the St. Louis Republic one year for $1.50. We will tend you the Tribune and any dollar magazine published in the United States for one year for $1.50. 1 We will tend 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 and Timet one year for $5.50. We will send you the Tribune and the Daily Globe-Democrat one year for f 6.00. We will tend you t...

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. — 20 April 1905

IT IT JOi tit tt TnTTTTT-TrM 11 jnuLO uj r JJQ V0LUMI2 Mi UICII HILL, MIStSOUUI.TUUlWUAY, AVUIU IW.-J. St. : SUBTERRANEAn I JO BREEDERS. Mammoth Cave AND COLOSSAL CAVERN Arc the moat lntivtinir of nil tin' Natural Wondera In America. Thee wonderful fiivi-rim nn vlfit.nl nrnm. ally by thou-imds of tourixtx from this country nnd nbrond. They nrx pronounced by BiKutUts the magnificent work of nature. It would well repay jrou to tnke the time to uirtite u visit, to thorn. They nr 100 miles outu of Louisville. Ky., near t ln Louisville & Kashviilt R. R. find thi undendjrned will Ik plml to , " ( ,rH . : Jiil CAESAR Ne)iier 8utletueuts llaceI Under tbe IJtir This pure bred stallion is a beautiful pray, with large star. He is registered in thePereheron Stock I )k f America, his re cord number being l'J.loS. He uot you rat.. cl ve train m hwluI..,Kvasfo.llo1 F b f j- tfc or nend yon n beautifully libmrnted lT ,..,.., .; '. . 3 4s Pnp booklet tivb.ii n,. lutervt- - Srtun 1 ",J -'-J ' dat...

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. — 20 April 1905

THE TRIBUNE O. I. Ul CKr.ilV I Bailor aod NNHJ R. IIUCKF.TJT f rubltebert NA rich mill . MIS SOU It Tr. Wiley r-ay that a man stonld not begin to crow old until he U 0 Why begin then? raiftitimy In described n "a para dise for men." Mttt be all latchkey and no bargain counter. Scientists tell us that thorfi are ev eral specie of creature that never aieep. The octopus la one of them. urermami tas fewer Uinn jj.uot inhabitants, and those who bare been there wonder why she has so many. An eajrtern fashion Journal rays women are wearing larger shoes, They are probably cumbered as iedi'.I as ever. The question aa to the heallhful t! of rhinoceros steak aa an article of food ima yet to be passed upon by iW. Wiley. There seems to be some dispute as to whether Mrs. Chadwirk got tnto the clutches of the loan sharks, or vice versa. If the Princeton antl-treatlng league Ooes establish a womon'i' auxiliary, he doubt, that end of it will be auc cefsful, aisybow. What Is this ' liquid snnnhlne" D...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 20 April 1905

err MP Al BY fcifARY VEREUX WTM fLLUSrPATIOpO flY DOM C. WiUSON CHAPTER XX. I Tli following day, I.flue, acrom avail led by rterre and Nto, mailt banty trip to Khell Island, where ha found all an ha had left It. and re ceived a hearty welcome from all hla follower. lnt when, early In the aft ernoon, he returned to Grande Torre, It was to a scene of great excitement. An Kngllsh warship a brig was to 1 won In the offing, and a boat from it, bearing whit flax. wa approarh Inn the Island. I-aflue went himself In a boat to meet the stranger, which a ha taw through glass held, beitdea Ita crew, two office la the English nav al uniform. The officers Introduced themselves Capt. Lochyer and McWllllem. of Hla Majesty' navy, bearer of a Do sage from Col. Nlcholli, commander of the force In Florida. t Capt. Jean 1 fltte. "Commandant at Darataria." "I will take the message, gentle men," paid LaBtte. when they had tat ted their errand. "a It It not quite possible that you will be permitted to lan...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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