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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 21 May 1903

TT--rr-rr- tt U n mm ID) TTTUr IS JJJ4 ii Jiil r J I volumi: in niCII HILL, MlKHOUKI, Till I'.SOAT, MAT 21, I0O3. rrn T1TJIGE EVERY TJEEIL THE ST. LOUIS Tie Great Newspaper of the World OklE DOLLAR A YEAR Alni.mtcviiml to nlhiily at the price of a Weekly. The Utet t' gTa(.lilc new from nit the World eTery TuUr and Friday. Full and corrett Market Iteport. A srremt mHjr erf IntereHtlnjr ami Instructive rending nmlntT for over rnemter f the family, a a Newspnjer and Home Journal. Two paper every week, Owe Dollar a Year fAJJI'LE fOi'lES FKKI2. DAILY GLOBE-DEnOGRAT II an no fsiul r rival among Weetern Newspaper, ami ought to be in t!i bmxli ed every reader of ANY dally pnier. PRICE BY MAIL. POSTAGE PREPAID Dally, Including- Dally, Without Holiday auuday. Huuday. Edition. One Year f-6.00. '. One Year fl 00 4S to CO Pngva 6 Monti! fit) ; 6 Month $4.00 Due Year....:....? id) 3. Month- fl.Sv ; 3 Mouth 11.00 Month fl.Oo I The Great IfJorld's Fair Will foe hell nt St IxmiI In l;Xt and the grea...

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. — 21 May 1903

The Tribune. . r. nt ikicpt, r1ltnrisii4 faMlafcara. SabaerlptlasKatlaai V . V-. Mi Mottbi .00 I TW Jtw Ha.. ... , .a ur.x t'Vuh li ill, abroad cJtta a.U There is rushing; 1U having nerve. A city marshal can stop a whole procession. Tlicre i nothing ciiv sldeiman. like being a Our Mayor is enjoying some of tweets of official life. Chile will refiirsd it debt of $1 500, coo, at 6-J4 per cent interest. Heavy snow storm in Montana, so the papers report for May iSth. Ti is mid that the Finns are mak- inrr nrpnsrat iona to emiSTratC in H , larpc numbers to South Africa. Working hard, spending little and saving all you can will beat any of the get rich quick schemes so far invented. A drouth is causing alarm in Por to Rico, and cattle are suffering from c disease due to a lack of food and water. One of the Lest habits that 1 young man can form is that of get ting so interested in his work as to forget that he is at work at all. If keenirisr one'e self before the public is evidence of grea...

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. — 21 May 1903

A FEW BARGAINS. When you need goods let us "show you" our stock. f U)CAIiimiKFS. I 40c Sweaters 10c Caps 12c Socks 21c 5c 6c 14c Summer Caps 9c Pure Drugs Sold At The Right Prices. OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE. D. B. HlCklY, Proprietor Opera House Btdg. Rich Ilill, Mog A full line of the latest pattern in the goods at Mi. .V. L. Ames. Jas. A. HroAn cams in from PitiifuMh Monday for a short ty w I, is (.inn!)-. Spool ki! k in every imaginable shade and color t Mr. S. L. Amu' llaxaar. Hay Thompson spent Sunday in Kansas City. Mi Dontm (Seiner spent Sun day in Nevada. For cicai, tobacco or candies, go to Duvall'i I'latkil Store. For kitchen utencii ami useful nuveltic, (jo to iJuvall'a Kackrt. Mittes Loi Tygatd and Clara Week visited in Nevada Tuesday. FOR SALE A good Jersey cow. Enquire at The TKinuNr office. Ladies' shoes, stylish, umIu! and neatly fitting, of the Brown make, at Mi. Amea. Quite a number of people went to Nevada to see the Gentry Iiros. Dog and Fony Show. For whip, tit...

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. — 21 May 1903

i A 111 bUL.lJcitL . . ::' .V-v I :.' 1 '.'( t". to A. armors' Hardware, Ifchi- clcn G Harness, Field S Bulk Garden Seeds, 'All a .m Lit i can vacji:shii!i;ht 'I ho I.nluir IJurcau at Washing Ion lias been comoiling same Klat istios as to the, tclnlion wage-rate in 1 1 1 e United States and in Great l.lrttrwn, l'rante an. I Hrlgium, from i!S;o to ij02. The following uble f.ivc the comparison lor five of these years: Year. I'ritain. I'sris. Liejjo Ntaest (it i m m 4 7 House & Garri acre i 1 1 7, m m W n?. P '! i 1 I THE FA RM I MLEMENT CO.. -e their Itouse chuck full tf New, Frcfh Goods jui-r from the factory, in car load lots. It will pay the public to see these goods and learn the juice s I clcre purchasing elsewhere. .Some of our fpccis!tit3 are the JANESVILLE EDGE DRUP PLANTER n-J ihe TIGER DISC PLANTER, ti e H ALLOCK WEEDER: also the celebrated GOODNOUGH SULKY. PLOW nd the CHAMPION HOUSE PAlNTSi ZTi& other goods too numnwin to mention, l'lease call and see what uc Lave 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. — 28 May 1903

F i i 7) 1 1 ? lit! ! i a ua I M Vl UICll" II1LS., BtlSSOUIil. TMtltfcDAT, MAY 2. JiKKJ. volumi; 13 q ID) "iTrT1"''OT iT T1TJIGE EUERY EIEEII THE ST, LOUIS The Great Republican Taper ct Afr.tricJ lie Great Newspaper of the World LOBE-DEMOCRAT GOME PLACES. 0IE DOLLAR A YEAR AJi.i.xt eiinil to nlnllv tit the price of A AY kly. Tlic ltt tvl. prai-l.io fi.-wx froTi ttil tlmWori.l every TutwUjr nn.l Friday. Full nul torn t Market. lle-iorl. V un-at viirle t.v of Ititerootln;; nn.l Itit endive- renilitti; m.itiur tor t very iiieiiilx-r of the Ih'iiiII.v. I'neqtl.i leil M NmH'"!"'' ""'! Home Journal." Two pniHTe very week, i Dollar a Yeiir SAil coi'ii-;sn;i;i:. f tiV-eratl e;-c'.tr Ffr th, Orfe.nt 1 Jn tj Blru ttcrt Cr.r. A ttualx-r ef Ati'Un-.iia. J;tt 4U.& Ciis It:" lot v far.-; t teirrS at et, cf ti :! bird rr, tat ClUsfiil.e4 re ;pet;utie CUf lire cl tfca U.rrii cnuita. ricica. C'jie, est;. iuKtf and fc'.r.j litlt UP It tie .wrtntit of CM Ire, urea. There ra tad" do'iea cX ik-aw ta...

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. — 28 May 1903

The Tribune. v a. r. iu rsi, it atiaritlKetesl -... ...... . ) TkntMwih . I mi .i-.Yi.iUnJ I lh ; 1 Canfrmht iWt fym of..- Slkti W!l, as (bu mU . The little clou! that bas appear ed above the Manehurian horizon is MiapeJ very lite a fcesr's r,w- Protests against the mes&acra of Jews in Russia ia the order e the day. Hut ibe persecution will go on just the tame. Manchester, England, is soon to celebrate the jubilee of free library. During the 50 year over 52,000,000 book have beta drawn out. A German mathematician esti mated that the average man who lives to be seventy years old, con sumes $10,000 worth cf food in his life. Gov. Beckham hat sent four com panic of the state militia, under CoL Roger Williams, to Ereathett county, the hotbed of recent Ken tucky feuds. Maha is the most thickly popu lated island ia the world' It has i,3?5o to tne square mile. Borba does has ,o$ people to the square mile. The total value of the precious stones imported ' through New York in march reach...

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. — 28 May 1903

PAINTS & PAPERS of LVCRY STYLE. WE have a good stock of new and stylish WALL PAPER from 5c to 45c per bolt. Best tcamel, !3c per can. Etst House paint, He Best Buggy palnt,33cMa. let cs che yoa tfcc best smice-thc test goods. OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE. P. B. niCMY, Proprietor Opera rionse Bldg. Rich Hill, Mo. Kev. Philip Dickinson preached for the " people of tbe Christian Church Sunday night. if sou want a new shirt waist set, see tbe new stock at the Bazaar be fore )ou buy. Harry Montgomery, of Clinton, is in the city visiting his grand parents, Mr. atid Mis. E. It. Wil liamson. Lee Poller and wile returned Monday fmm butler, where they bad been visiting relatives and liienJt all lat week. J. K. Mart.n, P. M-. and Ed, Whitehead, delegates to the Odd Fellows Grand Lodge at Warrens burx. relumed borne last Friday. Max F.r Jmanndorf has had bis penion iaid undrr the late law of congrtti, because Cd woundt of light arm tendering the same use less. Tornadoes swept over central Il...

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. — 28 May 1903

J IK li j.; W at I a 9L. t t X k t, A "u A tj ? " rfl r r rr :.,u8u W- t W arncss, Field & UiurUGil Ja .1 wwu Carriage Paints. THE FARM IMPLEMENT CO., ve !.t ir houre chuck full of New, Fresh Good just j'ioiri the factory, in car load lots. It will pay the iu die to see these goods and learn the prices before jv.rcl.asirifj elsewhere. Some of our specialties are " JANESVILLE EDGE DROP PLANTER nd the TIGER DISC PLANTER, the HALLOCK WEEDER? the celebrated GOODNOUGH SULKY PLOW and the CHAMPION HOUSE PAINTS, an3 other goods too numerous to mention. I'iease call and see what we have to offer. No trouble to show goods. 1 Soil MOT THIcIi Hill, Rio. Manager. I Money In Circulation by rov. The careless uhierxcd is apt to think of the "di-di in the treas ury,1' which now runs above $ i , 350,000,000 at the liosc of every day, as a great amount of idle money piled i:p in Wastmgton. Ittit, of this cash, nearly ft), 000, 000 are gold and silver coin which is circulating by proxy in paper mon...

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. — 4 June 1903

rrnTD) TTTCPTf TTTlCr ID) irTur 1 1 ti il. .JJL -iJLj JL BICII HILL, MIKHOUK1 TIIL'IAY, JlB 4, l03. voi.umi: ta rTT 7T7 -LL Ji VULii-y x TUilGE EUERY WEEK i Ik IT. LOU! T e Gredl Newspaper of .the World j O.iE DOLLAR il YEAR !m..-t i"ii -il t- n!;illv at the prliv rif a Weekly. The Intent telejirnplile i.vn from nit the Wori.l every Tu.wlar nml KrVlnv. Full iil cornet Market II -port. A cN-at rurii-tr of lutrnttnjj iul tnntructlve rvaolwr nut uerf-,r ever v memlierrif t lie fninlly. rrieninlel ft a NewpMjcr nnl M-'.i Jo'iriml." T u pain r. every week, One I'ollar a Year WAMI'Lh cupiks i ki;i:. DAILY GLOBE Has no e.tt:il or' rival anions Western I In' lixinl of .very render of AM dally pwtH'r. PRICE BY MAIL. PtOSTAGE PREPAID j .rally, ItirltKlintr Dally, Without Huuday j MimU). Sunday. Bdltlon. j One Vi -nr..' ?'!. ' One Yen r .00 4 to CO Pap.n j M,.!it!; !. : 6 Month. ...... b One Year 2.0) j 3 Monti. !.. 3 Month- 1.U0 6 Months 11.00 j The Great World's Fair h M M t. l,oul tu 111 nr...

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. — 4 June 1903

The Tribune. oko. p. wcrwrwr, HANKIE B. Mt'CKtHf .. R1ltnrci1 rltvher. nt.-r:tliBHtl fmT .....1.P I TaeraMitiiilti ... Si I Mnnlhn Six-fit Ut -OS Vntrrr4 x!ltif t3 ih atl ol CKMlll tb p at Rkk Hill, i Mnrnd 0a v.l auitwt. A man can never become a true jjentiefnan in. manner until he has become true gentleman at heart. Dickens. The Midway of the St. Louis world's fair is to be called "the Tike." Well St.Louis herself ban some pretty warm ones to come down it- Revivalists are at work in all parts of Missouri, but it is only fair to say that technicalities are saving more sinners than any other agency. . The postal receipts for April in the large offices of the country show an increase of it per cent, which is another gratifying indica tion of continued prosperity. . Syracuse, N. V., is trying to compel its street sprinklers to wet the streets in "a workmanlike man ner." If Syracuse succeeds, kind ly let the rest of the world know how it is done? The public debt statement of the United...

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. — 4 June 1903

PAINTS & PAPERS of VERY STYLE. WE havo a good stock of now and stylish WALL PAPER from 5c to 45c per bolt. I LOCAL MtlKFS. j Best tnatnct, 15c per ui. Best House pa!nt,15c can. Best Boggy pa!at,35caa. Ltt as (he yoa Ue test senlce-tSse best sscds. OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE. D. B. RICKEY, Proprietor Opera Rouse BItfg. Web KM, M. Mr. AbnerWix i rtpttcJ jtn!e tick again. The uin i a tlampener on the street shows. F. J. Wiseman and wile were vititora in Joplin Sunday. New line of beautiful shirt waist sett at the Bazaar. Mr. 13. F. Long and family have removed to Kansas City. T. II. Tipton, of I'apinsvile, has Kotie to Indiana to visit relative. Trie Bazaar hat on tale a lot of new belta. Call and ice them. II. G. Spraker it here with hit mamolh mety-jro-round, right in the middle of the atreet. A tplendiJ line of apJendid ready made wrapper! just in at the Ha-taar. It you want a nice new kimona jjo to The Bazaar. Tbey have a compelte line. Col. Sam Walls and wife are en lemming M...

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. — 4 June 1903

'.. . M W V W ii Tim a ii 1 - - S k 3. tt . I BE U1H v 6. U Wkll ' . implements;! , , Farmers' Hardware, Uclii- Garden Seeds, louse Carriage Paints. THE FARM IMPLEMENT CO.. ve their house chuck full cf New, Fresh Goods just from the factory, in car load lots. It will pay the public to see these goods and learn the prices before purchasing elsewhere. Some of our specialties are JANESVILLE EDGE DROP PLANTER "J the TIGER DISC PLANTER. be HALLOCK WEEDER: also the celebrated GOODNOUGH SULKY PLOW and the CHAMPION HOUSE PAINTS, otber goods too nunitrous to mention. Please call and see what we have to offer. No trouble to show goods. ','... C5: VD Oich Hill, E2o. Elanager. PA tr (ITAIiBH DEAFNESS 11 Will llli ASTHMA, Cured at Horn by a fitew. Quick, and Reliable Method. as A mm ii Tboandii tvVrr aafl vniHnltlli die from th rCceta f Catarrh rrrrr r Catarrh cf U-.a hrA aod tbroat carlus Tr. broccbfal, ana Fum ach fatal rh. i.ar fatarTh cauaea BAaaa and lintd Nr.'ftc-. ItrolH-bial Catarrh io A...

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. — 11 June 1903

I i if;:'!' ;-n sT Ji JvUlQL illLjJ.il 4 - J f 1 ": men hill, MHsocni, tuciwijat, ju.m; n, ig3. VOLUMR III ILlllLMs J. ii o J.1Q) ij r TL1IICE EUERY 1TJEEK THE ST. LOUIS Tie Great Newspaper of the World OI1E DOLLAR A YEAR AVninl rqiuil t" n.iHy nt the Prle of n The Int.'! 1. 1 iid-h from .11 tJie World every Tnlay and Friday. Ma'kt lH.ort. A jsreat variety of lutervwtlus nml Iti-tru. live pwlln:.' maiuorf:,rU-ry ,,,,,lr of the ta.ntly. ""I'''-' Vksi VLV JIm JonniHl. Two paper every wwk, One- Dollar a Year ."vxii COPIES FllEE. DAILY GLOBE-DEBIOGRilT Hh, no equal or rival amonjr Western Newspaper, an t ought to be In tlie hand o! every render of ANY daily jiainr. PRICE BY MAIL, POSTAGE PREPAID llly, fucludlnc j IUy, Without Kunday buuday. : Sunday. i:lltlon. OimYenr .00 ! One Year f 00 to M Vnp-H Montlm W ' 6 Month $"0 Ol e Year i.t" 3.M..11II.K 1..V j S Montlm 1.(H) eMoiitliM The Great ITJorld's Fair Win l,a hvl.l nt t. Iml in 1901 nn l tlie gn-aUt St, Iu'm n? will 1k tnciUinibU duri...

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. — 11 June 1903

The Tribune. 4'ir.n. T. HlTXraT, abaorlptlovKataat Vr aI.l TVmM'oiI.i ta. hit V-nih,.., I I,,,!, top. "3 f cnli It Kl Canfreaala lh fx odW MRh.li Kilt, h aaepad (Sata aiaU antttn. I'tipt Leo is aj-ain reported in picctrious conilitoin of health. If every city In the union had a Joe Folk, what revelations we would hear. St. Louis is the center of water attraction now, as well as boodle inveiilisration. Joe Fo!k may be a Democrat, but he hat Republican persistence and does things. Decaying vegetation often pio duces wonderful specimens. So the Democratic party may produce a Joe Folk. At last it may be assumed that Fisherman Grover Cleveland rather enjoys watching the presidential cork bob op and down. , President Roosevelt completed hit nine weeks trip of 14,000 miles travel last Friday morning:, without accident and in his usual robust health. Pennsylvania Republicans en dorsed the nomination of President Roosevelt r.i his own successor, which was the right thing for the Pennsylvania...

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. — 11 June 1903

PAINTS & PAPERS of LYLRY STYLE. WE have a good stock of now and stylish WALL PAPER from 5c to 45c per bolt. Best tMmel, 15c per un. Best Rouse pa!st,13c can, Best Cs5gypa!att3!jc can, let ns$ive yon the best senlce-the test goods. OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE, &. B. RlCkCYy tnyftfo i-5- I MHJAIi.niMKKS. S There is plenty of time set en ri cane. i New line of beautiful shirt waodj its at (he l'atrti. j The tain wa against the street; fair every clay last werk. j The Ilazaar ha o i sale lot cf new belt. Call and see thrm. A splendid line of up Jcndicl reedy made wrapper just in at the l?a taar. Tl.e best crop of corn we ever taw was planted in June on m w ground. Pred Cain went to Jlutlrr Tuesday morning to took alter wmc couit business. for Whips, Fishing Tackle, To bacco and Cigar go to Duvall' Racket Store. II you want rice new kimona fro to The Bazaar. They have a compelled line. The rainy tea son ha not entirely discouraged our people hut they don't feel much like fighting...

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. — 11 June 1903

; v r X r ;. s s. Xj j i ii vl 4 j hi! N A ! Fanners' Hardware, Uchi- r t narncss, t i. Ti.fr .nrnnn Snrf c r - at oiise G Carriage Paints. THE FARM IMPLEMENT CO., ve their house chuck (till of New, I'rrsh Cioodi just from the factory, in car load lots. It will pay the public to ste these goods and learn the prices hefore purchasing elsewhere. Some of our specialties are t'e JANESVILLE EDGE DROP PLANTER nd the TIGER DISC PLANTER, . HALLOCK VVEEDER: also the celebrated GOODNOUGH SULKY PLOW and the CHAMPION HOUSE PAINTS, an other good too numerous to mention. Tlesse call and see what we Lave to ofltr. No trouble to shew goods. '.! u V.'f. J r;?. U I,1. . I o nidi mil, no. i, it ii u a t ; . i Cured at Homm by a Kqw, DEAFHESS CURED. lr:m, c ol , Nct. 11, Ijor rt,cur-T n OTB ot jour r VMur Kctrlrio and H ore'l wotidftrs tn air ca I cu't I vui,l ni br ftniftb Hhout within :t Jetof me, I ecu ill hT r'TUuif bullitra'tir.p hadfcoiftc tht diFtijrtKM) m il 0T od e;.l V i-.ii.t. I wm ckcpiio, ...

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. — 18 June 1903

THE MOB Jl. M i 1 -iLd-LLd 1! If 0. kicij mix, imsouru, tmviuoat ucstn i, 1003. VOLUMH 13 S. 41 TTsT m7 TTJIGE EUERY MEEK THE ST. LOUIS The Great Republican Peper of America SAM COOK ON TAXATION And Use State Repatllaa's Reply. TLe Great Newspaper of the Worl GLOBE-DEMOCRAT OHE DOLLAR JL YEAR j Almost equal to MnI!T at the price of n Weekly. The lt.t fol.rnphie new from all the World every Tueadny nnd 1'rldny. rull nnJ correct Mnrket KepnrU. A great variety f Interefitlnir nnd Instructive readiiisr wntoer lor every member of tbe family. Unequnled a a Newiaer ' " Home Journal. Two paper every wet k, One Dollar a Vear SAM I U. COW EH FHKK. DAILY GLQBE-DEf-lOCRAT Una no equator rival anions Western Newnpnpwa, nnd ought to le la the hand of every reader of ANY dally paper. PRICE BY MAIL, POSTAGE PREPAID Daily, locludlna; Sunday. One Tear f Month M.00 8 Month '..fl.M Dally, Without bunday. One Year 4f 6 Month 12.00 3 Month $U0 Sunday Edlttou. 4S to CO Pap One Year -'.00 6 Months fl. Valu...

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. — 18 June 1903

The Tribune. ,. r. nr( rut, NtKMt k. wumnT. ItHiiicrvaad fahlUbor. abMrlttaaKati Yi !. T." WotM . h, Mmiiu . brl. CM Sntwd itif at! al Cn4f"l po .fRc RK Kill, M M-Oofxt dM soil m.ia. W'c have lew of Jrl Hicks' al manacs which we will give to any rpvv ybrriber who pys one year in advance or to any olJ subscriber who will pay op one or more year' Mibsctiption. There isn't mny of them, but they are good and give a splendid forecast cd the weather. If the King drag is a good thing on our country road, why not use it on our suburban street. Hands off. Stand guard. Let well enough alone, and for God's take keep letting it alone. Mark IIaxna. One full week of sunshine and fair weather has made the hearts of ojr farmers glad, and farm work has humped along at a lively rate. It seems to be regarded in St. Louis that it is unconstitutional for the Missouri legislature to pass $1,000 bills, though several have been introduced. John Bull's recent merger of 100,000 square mHes of territory in no...

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. — 18 June 1903

SPECIAL SALE Wall Paper. To Reduce our stock of WALL PAPER wo are selling at Cut Prices THIS WEEK. You Can Save Money Here. OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE. P. B. HlCkEY, Proprietor Optra House Bldrj. Rich Hi!!, Mo. The Bataar ha 01 tale a lot of new belt. Call and sre them. For randies, fire-cracker and Fourth of July Flag go to Duvalls' Racket Store. Mr. Herman Loeb ha returned home with her daughters, fiom their visit to southern Missouri and Arkansas. Rev. L II. Sapp, of ltutler, was the gurst of Rev. C C. Jamet for short time last Friday on hit way home from the district league con vention at Liberal. Israel Bethore, from east of the river, wa in the city, Friday last. He ha corn well up an J that ha Wen cultivated, other corn just sprouting and about thirty acre ready to plant. He will have good crop, with seasonable weather, Mr. Guida Jeager commenced woik on the new cilj improvement list Monday by beginning work on the building for the new electric light plant, near" the gat pla...

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. — 18 June 1903

LTURAL .nipi fm FmT anncrs' Hardware, Velii" cles u Harness, Field G ISi Garden Seeds. Q Carriage Paints. $ JLJ IN PASSING. u A J . i THE FARM IMPLEIVIENT CO.. vs their house chuck full of New, Fresh Good just from the factory, in car load lots. It will pay the public to see the? e goods and learn the prices before purchasing elsewhere. . Some of our specialties are " JANESVILLE EDGE DROP PLANTER nd the TIGER DISC PLANTER, the HALLOCK WEEDERt also the celebrated GOODNOUGH SULKY PLOW, "d the CHAMPION HOUSE PAINTS, ani ether goods too numerous to mention. ITease call and see what we have to offer. No trouble to show goods. fry in V ft Tel f7i7ff it i nidi Hill, no. manager. f i lyi i Mil DE AFtlESS J 9 ASTHMA, Cured at Horn bfi a Kmw, Quick, and Rtiiabl Mtthod. a np m nnm i Tt.'ixand. arof7r ana riSri. dl froxx lLcBf cf Kurh p?i Kon'c utm.'u of tb. worl.1 U 13 V4 acres. The Mexican of averaii alio wears t No. 6 toot. The world uses about JSO.OOO.C.X) matches . year. The KnRlish lungii...

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