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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 13 July 1905

Our CMMra Rates. We will send you the Tribune find the Toledo Blnde one year lor $t.oo. We will send you the Tribune and the Kansas City Slur for $1.00. We will send you the Tribune and the Form and Fireside one year lor $1.00. We will send you the Tribune and the Knruus City Weekly Jour nal one year (or $1.00 We will send you the Tribune and the Former and Stockman for $1.25. Ve will send you the Tribune and the Woman's Home Compan ion one year for li.o We will send you the Tribi'.nk and twice-a-week Globe-Democrat one year for J 1.50. We will tend you the Tribune and the St. Louis Republic one year j for $ 1, 50. We will send you the Tribune; .Tim Scientific rnriuer. A dork of t!t doimrlnicnt of n jf rl'u!t 11 10 mi id; "So you think Hint scientific farming Is 11 bluff? You dotnund hoi no ilium rut ion of the good that in iHT'oinpliishod by tin? xcioiit illo mot hod? Wry woll. "Whon t loyor was first intro duced in Aust mliii it grow there bountifully, but it never seeded. The Noi...

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. — 20 July 1905

s 'THIS RICH HJDL Pll TU u It V o VOLUME Iff UICll HILL, MIKSOCUI.TIIUUMOAY, J t'LY SO, iVO$. St. 41 LL ii U.H.U RtCJmtRta! RtBBlons tnd rcrl scccr.i Anniversary Cattle Ctltlair.arga, Chattanooga, Mept. n-'l,imn On R.to!uxi' is, IIMC. will ocnir tlte forty-aoeorjil anniversary ol tlip Ilttl ol CtilrkmnnuKH. It 1 pro. IxuHtl to crli-brnte this Memorable evnt with n, mmlou of tlie various ri'Ktnieotn tlmt pnrtlrljmteil In Hit Hifiriornlile hnttlo, mid. In addition, to hold at the siiriw time, a grand tvunlon of nil the refitment that riirtW'lotel In the various bntties fought nroiimt Clmttruoi:a. Thin reunion will le In-Mat t'hfckarmuiKii National 1'ark, rsppteinlier Is, I'.i ninl l1), and tlte prewnt liuliciitloiis are that It will lie tlie larjrent and moet notable gatlierlrtJi ever held lo tbe Kouth. On the itltove date, the rviiiiinnta from the armies o( twelve atst. coinprlliijf the following: I'ennMvlvaula; Ohio. Michigan, Iml Inni. llilnoln. Vm.'onin, Mtunettotn. Iowa, Nebmaka,...

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 July 1905

73hc TRIBUNE GEO. P. HlCKEIIY Editor nd NANNIB It. 1U CKKUY ( Publishers rich int.u - Missouri For a l)n)5 Jump from obsrurity to fuu oonsidur Uio case of tho lata Mr, Omlllchuk. Tho new directory provide only twenty-one Dm mm for Chicago' 2,- J'2,700 people,. A Now York man has been fined Jl ft assailing a Mr. Shakespeare, rrof. Tncs should iMto tbls. In order to attract any attention now the Rnikan war cloud will have to iijuii,o a roluy uuiiiuu. Judging from tho description the canal slrlp will never attnin much popularity as a summer resort While Mr. Rurbank Is producing his "cobless corn" ho might try his band at evolving a Jagless corn Juice. A cradle operated by electricity has been Invented. The mother touches the button and the baby does the rest A worn a a has no difficulty la run ning an automobile. As soon as peo ple see her coming they flee for their lives. It may be true, as a fashion Journal ays, that the "hoopskirt Is making lo progTesV but it la cutting a wide swath...

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. — 20 July 1905

imQPQ&TS Tste In Violst. A certain womsn who Is noted for her beauty and rbarra has always been exceedingly f(nd of the various shades of lavender. Khe list carried the fond ues Into a costuiuo of purple (ilk lawn, with to aceessiwy of a parasol, all In lovely white satin, with a great tig orrbld embroidered upon one of tu paneli. Thia orchid, which I large and bandaome, deep In lone and with atem trailing splendidly an over tho panel, la put on by band and Is very cunningly wrought Into the aat in. The parasol haa no frlli or ruf fle around the edge, but In embroid ered with the big purple orchid, and that ia all. Another very pretty woman will carry a parasol worked In the purple and lavender tonea. It Is made of heavy cream-colored taffeta, and upon one panel there la embroidered a rplendld big wistaria vine such a very handsome vine! The colors shade from a pale violet Into a very deep purple, and the wistaria, which consists of several bunrhes. Is tied with a purple ribbon....

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. — 20 July 1905

"iT-p TtMIH TNTT 1 rill 1 KlliUiN H.. OKO. P. RtH'KFBY, KANHIB R. HlCRtHT, Kdltnrsssa FsfcHshsr. ubsartptlasHntosi HoVmi .(? I TiMniiih......ll Sin Month..... . t Sinle Co(t. Knitnt xonllr M act el Congrexii tW pout ofci at Rk HiHi tratnl eMi wn Tlu. Kito Serretary f State, John liny, whs worth $10,X),0tK. lie was one of the wealthiest men Indiana ever produced. The returns are all in from nil parts of the United States, and only 1,077 persons were injured on the 4th of July. Rich Hill did not cont ribute one to the list. "What's a slumber party, "asks an exchange. Now that is a great question to be asking in this enlightened age. Why, it's the democratic party, of course. Kentucky ,negroes refuse to work in the harvest fields for l.,'0 a day. The farmers are making an effort to induce Swedes to take the places of the negroes. The demand tot g work in mH town down to 3000 inhabi tants is increasing; in Germany. Last year So new ga work were established in such towns at a cost of fro...

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. — 20 July 1905

Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! Corao in and see our Bargains in Low Shoes & Slippers, and you will bo con vinced you can save money if you buy shoes at the Bazaar. We have some won derful Bargains in China, Tinware, Granite ware, etc, that must go regardless of cost, to make room for other goods. All our Hats at COST. S. L AMES, BZR. LOCAL IJMEFS. Bead tlx Tkiiu ni:. Sl.tM. Uncle Ik,- .Wat was n.IM.rt,Mi uitc sick last Saturday. A. C. Cate, cf Iibarpe, was in tin- city last wsk visiting his son Will and other relatives. Dr. Slater will Ik- in his office every Wednesday, Thursday, i Friday ami Saturday. A. O. See-tt of Fester, was a business caller at the Tkihi'NK office last Thursday while in our city. Mrs. Kdjrcrton, of Omaha, Neb. is in the city visiting her sister, Mrs. A. C. Kuhn. She will stay several days. A thief relieved Ton! IVdorcr oftoe $7".K) last Thursday ! niht while he was away from i,ulir"i,l "treets. The house hine seeing the free show. j was '"t totally consumed hut , th...

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. — 20 July 1905

W WW Ciil! IT OIAK?lX2 MORRIS nUllXKL Cwrlht. 105. by Morris C. Hull. CHAPTER II Continued. "Yes, vast, well-orRanlsiied society, composed of people In every profe slrnwl walk of life. It will be your busJness to discover this band and en ler the organisation as a member." "And If I already know of th ax lutpnre of aurh an organlistlon?" very calmly asked Lang. "Half the battle would be ion!" exflalmed the detective excitedly. "I sunpeet, Lang, that you do know con siderable about It, that'a why I ap proach you In the matter. You ara one who undoubtedly should know something about Itthe crime you were charged with, together with the fact that you bad command of money, certainly placed you In the proper po sition to know. But I Vnow you are not a member of the society, for 1 bare watched you too closely for that Ttat others may think I know that you are an honest man." "Thanks for that compliment," laughed Lang. "I am not a member, of course. But, as you jay, I should know something ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 20 July 1905

FREE I FOB HOT WEATHER Pull's Grape Tonic to aix who ukiik run ir wow IlwlU protect youirafnh Ui dak-r uf ri. Cemtlpfttlo f Dtcaylnf Bowctt Cium Diarrhea. Cfcoltm. tie. Clood Diiorden, Skin Eruptions, Bad Complexion, Sun Stroke, Heat Prostration, Etc., Etc, TUrrha, Outturn. flow-! TrMiM, ftr . urn Titi'i-iiit tt i etiMipnima 'fiifciijiuj fi fiH-Mtit Jra ;l nil iha'1 liit--.i tttMt (Mt)Mii lltM. ( rHi !(! I HhM ilhfit.fon i.4iMear hot fUif oil IHV.iUM of fit aWiiHra tiri l1t'lrl- l' - r-iilrh'Hrfi. rir If ym aVjliV,w jr chrvi (lwtitc-fi - fami I.Iihm M()Mn tnaV r-tlit- r uk-ii ainl t)-h iii rvtii.tf the tmt-f. Intake- you w.-rr. In ri.ir. 4 bilrr, I Truutiim, tW.. UWttptrr bra lu&t!LlifU U kr i vf)l Mrtif ftn fb 1n'.-t!u- or tx-U fchirv iiH-y Ot--v fff litM-n,i y ami riutn i 'Hi ri'ititit IWL ( out Mt'Ll.'f t.HAI K Tt iN ! : v t p,t ,o U a riifrti m lajarkci ilir too fur ftr otatipn".nin We ul n-'ir .rvv- . f..u thl VrMV CKAlK ToMiil rs-i knotx. M-al rrtrMttD ti rwiv Hi.h.i1 Ij f...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 20 July 1905

t;nnly Olllclnl. 1 Icpi-cscnf )M iv Geo. Church. Circuit .7 ml lto C. A. Denton. Probate tlmlp-' J. A. Silvers, Shi'iKT M. 1$. Morris. ( "i n u it ( liM'k J. A. Put torson. Comity Clerk,.!. F. Ilerrcl. IJeeordot T. K. Lisle. TroiiMiivi-W. C. HoIl. 1 'i s. A t torney A . 1 l.Lud wick. S hool Com. A. 1 1. Ives. Surveyor II. 11. llorvon. Administrator S. T Hroddus. Coronet W. II. Allen. Cresi.t y .ldtfp-.J W McFuddon Ass. " Jn Armstrong " T. A. lfruce. Meeting Mates or Courts. Circuit court meets in Dutler 1st Monday in February, May and October. County court meets 1st Mon days in February, May, August nnd November. Probate court meets second Monday in February, May, Au gust and November. Meetings of Tow u ship Board. First Wednesday after first Tuesday in April. First Tuesday after first Mon day in July. ; Third Monday of November of each year at office of township clerk. Missouri Pacific Time Card. south nion, t. ixu iH ami k. c. No. Sfifl Leaves 5:V a in. No. 204 Leaves 11:."U n. in...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 27 July 1905

4 ICE iLILdlLd LL Ji VI V0LUMI3 IS HIGH MILL, MI8MOUUI.THUIWDAT, JULY 7, IV05. Ka.4.1 rrriTjrTCp JEUM3. inl Regimental Reunions and f crty second Anniversary Cattle Chattanooga, Hojtt. 17-tft, 1W5 Oil Si'j.tcitilwr Is, 1;h.", will occur tin' forty-wfoint until ternary of tlit?) liattlc if C'liU Knnwuin. It 1 pro Iiuscil to 0'!elru1p thin iwiuoriililp event, with i mitilou of the various raiment that rmrtU'lpnU'il In thlx DKMiKiral.lo liattU. am). In utMitloti. to hold t the name time. 11 Rrntnl reunion of all the raiments that part liimt'i in tin- Viiiloim ImtMiK fonlit nroiiiKl 'li.-it Ihiio-okii. I'll lx reunion will lii-IInt Clik'toininnjiii National Park. Ni'titi'inlwr Is, Jit ami LV, ninl tin' n'fiit linlit atlons are that tt vvi! In1 t hi' larjii-ht ami inoxt liotahh' jjatht-riii ever hi-l! In the South. On th( nliove !.'it.-x. the rettiiiniits from the anuie of twelve tat-, eitnirlins Hie following: IVniiKylvania: Oalo. Mitlnnnu, Itlil i.iiiii. lilinoix. U iwonshi. M 1 1) int...

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. — 27 July 1905

Ujc TRIBUNE (.KO. !. IH'l'KKItY NANNIR II. II L'CKEHY RICH HILL - . '. I Editor and i Publishers Missouri The Prince r,f Wales hs another on; but bo didn't really need him Scrrrlary Boot sties fondly to the kind of haircut that mother Used to make. ' If honesty la "0I1I fashioned." why that undent talo of IMoiteoea and bis JantprnT The best way to show a respect for truth in to be kindly alsposcd to fclm sBo la In emir. A Worcester bachelor of 74 It to wed; there are only a few of them left and they are never safe. No new Is good new for King Pet er of Servla. whose name hasnl shown up in the papers lately. "EverybotJy should learn lo swim." says the New York Mall. You never can tell when you will pet a tide on. History has destroyed another Inter esting story. A snake didat hit t.copatra to death she b!ew out the gas- r.iEET Frwow FLANS FOB A COMPLETELY RE PRESK NTATIVE CONGRESS. The Shah of Persia srent $1,000,000 during a weeks vacation. He must have been staying nt one of those ...

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. — 27 July 1905

FREE LAND FOR SETTLERS Western Canada To-Day the Country of Oppor tunlty for Millions would have been railed a dream er of Iho tv.tml IrnaglnaMv e das who, ihlrty-flvo er ago, when the North west country became possession if Canada, prophesied the present pros perity In the lapse of in short a period zf time. Three transcontinental rail way have been financed through oa the ample assurance there ia bunlne la the west to warrant their construc tion, and resource to liquidate the consequent Indebtedness. Manitoba In the eastern portion of the country wat created a province a jear after the purchase from the Hud son liar Company In 1870. Ia 1882. the western country was tapped by the extended main line of the C. P. R. That year also territorial government w-ae established, th remaining out lying country being converted Into four territories Alberta. Asslnlbola. Saskatchewan and Athabaaca with a central government for all at Reglna. The few thousand people of those laya have grown Into ...

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. — 27 July 1905

3 The Tribune. tiico, r. nccHinr, NANNIE R. RI CR.KI1T. Editor-ad Fabltaharl. atiaertptlonKaiati An Year ..til ,03 Single Cfiple F.nimvd acennHnf to the act ol CotcwhI" n ton offca at Rich Mill. eawid cln !! Matto Hun, Dan id S. Lit Mont, Secre tary of War during Cleveland's heenml administration, died sud denly at lii.s home nt Milbrook, .evr York, Sunday night. He was fifty-live years (if ago. It is believed that the Salmon bank over at Clinton, has about $lio,000 worth of assets -Kith vvliirh to pay over $1,0X1,000 worth of liabilities, that is about 40 rents on the dollar By the time they get done lawing over it there wont be twenty per cent for the creditors and they will discover that the whole thing has been eaten up by lawyer and court fees. There was quite a boomlet in some of our Democratic eotein- porark s a while back for W. C, (Cube) Hodden as a candidate for recorder of Hates county. "We have had our eyes open and our ears to the ground ever since to learn if it would ...

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. — 27 July 1905

Sliocs! Siiocs! Shoes! Como in and see our Bargains in Low Shoes & Blippers, and you will bo con vinced you can save money if you buy shoes at the Bazaar. We have some won derful Bargains in China, Tinware, Graniteware.etc, that must go regardless of cost, to make room for other goods. All our Hats at COST. S. L AMES, BVZMR. I LOCAL JJUIEFS. Money to Ixu. I have h few thousand dollars t lonn on easy term on good' farm property. II. T. I Join n sov. Jo. Snyder, of 11. F. I). Ko. -1, was in tlir city on business Mon day. Thou. McComb in still very hick and in having quite it serious siege with malarial fever. AVm. Hern, the Hume real ch tate hustler, was in the city look ing after business matters last Monday. Elmer Jones has gone to Hil lings. Montana, on a pleasure trip, with a business outlook at tached thereto. Mrs. Irvin Spencer, of Perry, Iowa, and Mrs. A. V. Fulton, of Kansas City, are in the city visit ing their sister, Mrs. J. Larson. Jos. Robinson, a young rail roader fr...

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. — 27 July 1905

1 fc am VaT CMARLT5 Copyright, JM. CHAPTER IV An Important Clue. For about a year I -a rig Served apprenticeship under the Instruction of Denver. He became known a a uspifhyiia character, and hi past w,s raked up In greet shape, not to liia credit to be sure. Through the proc ess or apptarlng "niis.Ii" of money etie day and on "his upper" the next l.e got the reputation of being crooked," or at least "sporty," which In some circles are considered synoay- BlOtlS. Lang one evening was strolling down Clark street rather aimlessly, swaggering as If under the influence f strong drink, when be was ap proached by a rather flashily d re Bed man who demanded rather abruptly: "If your name Is Ixng, 1 want to speak with you." Louis did not start nor hesitate, his year of schooling had prepared him atninRt surprises of this kind. There was no known reason why he should xot admit that I-ang was his true name, but "instinct" warned hltu not 1 to be too ready to admit It. He had I followed Denver'...

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. — 27 July 1905

KIDNEY jnOUBLES Increasing Among: Women, Cat Sufferers cedNot Despair TKE BEST ADVICE IS TREE Of all thedleeaacsknown. with which the female orreti tain la eflilcU-d. kidney dtaetvao la lln imt fatal, statistic how that Umi ulaeaae Uoa Uie lucres among- wuinra, L Jlirj.Emma Sawyer I'nle&s early and correct treatment la applied Uin patient seldom survives when one the diaease la fastened npn her. Lydia K. llnkhaui a Vegetable Compound la the moett etllulcnt treat ment for kidney troubles of knnwn, od la the only tnedicino ea-peually prepared for thla purpoa. hen a woman in troubled with pain or weight in loin. backache, frequent, pninfai or seali'mg- urination. swelling of Unit or feet, awrllintf- ond-r the eyes, an nrv, tired feeling in tlio region of tbe kidneys or notice a brick dust aed'.mrnt in the wrine, ahe ahould loa do time in eoui me racing- treatment with Lydia K. Ilukbaw Vegetable Compound, aa it ma be the Hu.-a.ol of Saving her life. For proof, read what I.ydla E. Pi...

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. — 27 July 1905

County oniriftln, I!cprc.ontiit ivo Geo. Church. Circuit Jiulc C. A. Denton. Probate Judge J, A. Silver. Sheriff M. 11. Morris. Circuit Clerk J. A. Patterson, County Cleric J. P. Jlorrcl. Kcconler T. K. Lisle. Treasurer V. C. J loll. l'ros. Attorney A.RLndwick. School Com. A. Tj. Ives, Surveyor R 11. Itorron. Administrator S. T llroddus. Coroner W. II. Allen. 1 YoM'l V Jtlj: J W MrKwloVn Ass. " Jno Armstrong " l A. Ilruce. Meeting Hates of (JonrU. Circuit court meets in Butler 1st Monday in February, May and October. County court meets 1st Mon dpys in February, May, August and November. Probate court meets sec-ontl Monday in February, May, Au gust and November. Meeting of Towuanip Board. First Wednesday after first Tuesday in April. First Tuesday after first Mon day in July. Third Monday of November of each year at office of township clerk. Missouri Pacific Tim Card. north novsn, ht. iaiuik and k. c. No. Ix'iives 5:0T a ni. No. 201 leaves 11:.9 a. m. No. "10 Ixnves .....i:.Vi p.m. 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. — 3 August 1905

Tunnr tt nT"o i L JLLLO r-; III I S-J 11 UiLLii iilLJIJLLJiU JL ii Hi UICII UILL, MISKOUItl.TllUllMJAY, AlUl'T 3, 1903. 2TO. 43 Re gimcntal firanicns and lort Sftond Annicrsary Battle Cliiikarnauga, Chattanooga, Hrpl. 17lil, lPO.I On Si'.icinl r 1 will occur t la forty-ht-coiid niin!vcr;iry of tin l'.attlf nf riil' kainuu.i. It I I'Tih jtowil to ivlrlinitv thin iiiclnornlilv i-vpiit with a reunion of the ruriotm rviiii'iittt that participated In tliU M'-moi nl.!.- 1 mt tit, rind. In addition. tl lltllll lit till" B.IMH' tllllf. a ranil r.-unloii of it il t !.f ri'iriiili-ritH that part!, i J . . 1 1 1 In t hf Valium lmtt.V ltmlit iir-iimi Ii ittjtiuxiira. Tlii r.-urii-ei n Hi t-. h'-i'l lit 'lii'-aanei . .V.ilioii.il l'.trU. S.-1'ti-niU-r J. 1'.) ami "J", itinl tlif tiiv tit iinllf.it ion nrt tli it it HI 1. : l lit- l.irut'Kt ii ml imtvi llllt.ll.l.- LT.lt herillg l'l-r lifl.I 111 tilt' .Soinli. on t!if iiIkivc tl.itt-s. tli" rviiiii.-iiu truiu tin1 ariuiin n( ttviivf Ktui' ft. ri....

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. — 3 August 1905

uhc TRIBUNE ;:o. 1 )l i'lKKH. lEdltnra ni NANNIE U lM. ( Ki:riY Publiidie JiU'H 1UI.I MISSOCIll It rj rears to be t, hlslily profitabl orMiHiuQ niakltg the "smart set SII.Hl!. Majljp the summer islrl 1 really i cool looks sometimes but w don't believe It. England, says the Loudon Time follows the procedure of the lobster. J. 13. i grow ing frank. The latest ulang word Is "chuff. e am i ten you whit It meant lo fear tht you may use It. New York Is putting up claim as I summer resort. There are some genu ir.e liurnorlsta In New York. The wlf of a bail player ssw hei hnnhand play a game, then went homt and killed herself with carbolic cid The New York man who is charget with bavins led a double life on a sal ary of (4 a week must be a vegetarian What wonderful skill tome peopli show in having everything their oi way and still being such angels abou it rirlomscy. says Baron Rosen, re eercbles whist. Yes; and in the 1m pending game the Japs will hold tfct trumps. King Edward Is wearing b...

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

3 ENVOY HAS POWER RUSSIANS INDIGNANT AT JAP HINTS ABOUT CREDENTIALS. SATO MAKES STRONG DENIAL RumIi I Civilirtd Nation and Ha Mad Trwatlaa f.for, Said On Official. ST. rETRHsnrnO Tfca foreign Afflcaj shown Mr. Raro'a refer- enr (o the delay la th Chlno Jap an negotationa bmuu of faulty credential awl rei'.eraled that there can 1x9 absolutely no doubt of too com pleteness and adequacy of 111" creden tial of the Russian plcnlpoleotlarlea One official an) J: "Mr. Sa'o jcnn to forget fhajt Russia la civllned nation, tbal It has mad treaties before and that it does not omit seals." NEW YORK. Aimer Sato of tbe Japanese peace delegation made a statement In which lie denies tbat he baa In any Inter lew given any-otit line of the terms upon which Japan will negotiate peace, or that he haa announced that Japan will make any demand whatever. "I wlh It to le clearly understood that I hare never Riven out anything that couIJ construed used aa a de mand of the Japanes peace commis lon or anything...

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