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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 17 August 1905

County omciftls. lN'Iiri-.r-native Ua. Churvb. Clmiit Jui1jr .(j. , j)piiton. rroliifc Jn.li.. J. A. Silvern. Mi.rltf-M. Jl. MorvlH. Ciivult CWk .1, A. liitt,roii. County Cl.rU J. F. Jlpml. i;i -f.rd.-r T. K. MkK TronHim r V. C IVH. 1'ron. Atty. A. It. I,mlwkk. N hool Com. A. I Ivm. Hurvi-.vor !;. It. Homm. Ailiiilulniralor S. T. Hronddiiii. Coroner V. H. Allen. l'M'KliltiiR Jii.hw J. V. Mel-addon. AfHK'iato " Jno. ArniNtriiiiK. ' 1. A. Unlet-. Cur Clut&lrg Rates. MfHn Intr of C'onrti. Circuit fonrt niwta in Butler Ut Monday in February. May and October. County court meets 1st Monday In February, May, Augrut nnd No vein tier. 1'robnte court nievts 2nd Monday In February, Way, Auguitt and No- veiuwr. Meetings of Township Doard. First Wednesday Rfter flrt Tue dn.r la Ajirll. First Tuesday after Unit Monday In July. Third Monday of Novetnbvr of each yenr at office of the townghlp t lerk. llIEIffSli We will cnJ you O.e Tiibune and the Toledo lllade one yrr lor $1.00. We will icnd yo...

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. — 24 August 1905

1 RICH F 1' JiLJiiiJ) volumb in KICJI HILL, MlKHOL'ia.lULnSDAT, ACUITKT 21. 1SW3. S. A I 'THE Regimental Reunions and forty second Anniversary Battle Chickamauga, CllAltlltltMIgH, Kept. 17-UI, ltK5 on Scoti'iiilNT 1. l:Ci, will occur Hie f. irty-nccon.l anniversary of the . r..ittk-of ( liickintiimtrii. It l pro ! wi! to ci-lebrute tlila memorable event with h reunion of tin- varloo rcKlixi'iitM tlitit ptirticlpMted In Hi In nii'iiioralilf buttle. nnl. In addition, I...I.I .It.... .....,,. I r. 'union of nil tiio n-KiinVnt ti.at ji.t 1 1 K : i i.i ; . .1 ! u ili,' vuiio i l.ntti.- foniilil nroiiinl ( Imttanmiiia. This reunion will l- li.'M nt I'lilrkiimauKit National i'ark. Si :ti-iiiUT 1". 1U nud 111. iid tlie present iiKliration are Hint It will Ik? tin lursrent and imwt notiilili' pittlicrins ever li'ld III the South. on tin- iiHove dat". the remnant (;-oiu the unities of twelve Mule. eoiiipriiin; tin followtnjr: lViiinylvuiilii: thlo, Michigan, Ind Inliti. j'.litioU. Wiwoimin. M...

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. — 24 August 1905

ofc TRIBUNE lko. r. hickiciiy NANMI! Tl. HI CKEDY Killtor And Kit')! HILL MISSOURI The Cxar nei1s advice. There art millions of Americans willing to glv cim n lie wsnts. A iwm (o Mm by Alfred Austin forms just at present the fly in Whit law Reid's ointment. Rockefeller has cornered all th otla except csstor oil. The castor beau li holding out defiantly. A man a name la often very altrao tit to a woman except lor the man th.at gots along vtlih it. Of course the aeronaut era makiog progress, but the future of Berlal navl gallon ia still all tu tbe air. A man in St Louis shot himself dead because he couldn't sloop. In somnia will worry him no more. The English papera apeak feelingly of ' Dr. Osier of Chicago university." This evens things up, aud all la now forgiven. Ctarlfy covers a multitude of sins, but its too much to ak of us to stretch It over those who commit crimes in its came. Even Russell Sage has to have birthday once a year, unwarrautable though he may feci It to be to indu...

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. — 24 August 1905

n : as CTiiiur iiiccnrm itciic Till Gearing I Csssonsbl. Washable glovis haV beCOUl abso Iut!y Indispensable to (he summer girl. Not only do they Mr her blind from the ravage of th hum Inn mn without Inducing perspiration, but they are always Immaculately clean and fresh. Each night tha pair aha ha worn during the day get Ita tub bath 10 warm aoapsud and ta dry and ready for use tha following day. Fabric glove, whether In llxl or linen mesh, are ao aklllfully woven now that they have toat all of the aeretchy feeling which baa long been their objectionable feature. The girl who la peculiarly sensitive to thla Irri tation will find lisle glove lined with the DMt aurple of China allk. Fashionable thadea, aucb aa old rose and old blue, are lined with cneck allk or allk embroidered r-uh polka dots or tiny flowers. Linen mesb gloves, ao popular during the warm months last year, are more than ever In evidence this summer, and the stitching! on the back show most elaborate bsndwork la self ...

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. — 24 August 1905

i The Tribune. p. litem r.nr, marmic n. MVVtlT.rU. Kriltori rabtUhcra. OfttVw Sn Month.., Sinflt CoyM. t.ntrred rcnntlnl M ill let el Congnutu tht pott sMta at Rich H III, rooJ dM () mittat The people of Porto Kini want more lii'ine rule. Ii t them have it to the fullest extent. It is thought the TihIJ-WhII murder case appenltHl from the Vernon circuit court will reach the 'Supreme court about next April. If there is any big oBlce for which Secretary Taft has not been slated, will somebody please mention it? Keview of Tuesday. The Butler Post-office. Mr. Bryan's paper, the Com moner, prints an article headed, "Democratic Principals are Pop ular." So is Peruna, Castoria, and La sea rets, so long as we don't know what they contain. If our treaty with Spain will justify it, let there be as free trade between the Philippine Is lands and the United States as there is between Alaska, or any other territory, and the United States. The reciprocity of the recent Chicago convention stamp, no ...

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. — 24 August 1905

TI1C BAZAAR Can now show yea the lincst line of Skirts and Tall Waists her In Town. Ue Stlil Have a few Bar gains In Summer fabrics, at Cost, Also a Small Lot of China and tinware to Close Oat at Cost. Slippers and Oxfords at Prices that Cannot be Beat. S. L AMES, BAZWR. J LOCAL IMIEFS. jj Mouey to 1oitu. J Mi Ulancho Hum is i.it 1n j Worried. I have a few thousand dolors ,u'r tr, Mr,- J- c- C'roinwhiUj j At Nevada, Thuraday, Aug. 17, to loan on tay term on ood I Ha-ic, Mo. farm probity. II. I1, liOHINSON. Mr. Fannie O'Uryan, of Hut ler, H.-nt Sunday with Rich Hill friends. Harry limes wbm down from KansiiH City Monday hhaking hands w ith hi munerouH young friend. Mr, G. F. Dudley, of St. Lou is, ia in the citj' visiting her pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. Griffith and other relatives. Mrs. J. T. Slay back, of Jeffer son City, is in the city visiting her brother, Policeman McMan us, and other relatives. Monday, September 4th. wil be Labor day and throughout the country preparations are Koing...

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. — 24 August 1905

I 9 am i AT CliARLXS , CopyriKtil, 1WR, fry CHAPTER VIII. Continued. "We tun run no chance, you know, !.," lauphed Pearson, inslnusllnttly, then as If In apology for Mi act. "be sides, It will be to your own Interest la case the haunt was discovered. If you do not know ahere It Is, you at Jst will nt h held responsible for eny harm Hint may come through the discovery, see?" "We Mil traitors!" wild the matter of fact Snafney, eorr.plalsantly. "It miiy save your life." Raid Pear ion, as he aatisfied himself that the docior was completely Winded. But he took no pains to Insure the doc tor' comfort, for be placed a pair of hssdeuffs upon his wrists, "I ara obliged to do thla," he said, as he changed places with the boy and sat npnn the seat with Schiller, driving the team, "so the boys won't think me nnmindful of the duty I owe them In protecting them from possible dinger from treachery." The doctor sat In silence for quite a time, meditating npon the strange ness of his adventure. Oft ...

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. — 24 August 1905

Gas Liftht for Country Homes. Km all country Iimn, m well as larg ones, may be lighted by be.t light known ACinVLnMl OAS it U aler on th eye slisn any other llluinlnant, elie).er than keneeoe. aa convenient a city rut, brighter than electricity aud aafrr than any, No 111 smelling- lamp to clean, and no chimney or tnartU-ls to break. for light cooking It ia convenient and cheap. ACtilVLLNG U mad In th Uf rcient and piped to all rooms and out buildings. iVtmplrte plstit cost no mors than a but atr furnace. fa 1 Jo it ... i . 1 U DTI Automatic I ILKJ k Generator mail the gas. They are perfect in conKlruc'Jon, reliable, safe and simple. Our booklet. "After Stmset." trlla luor about ACETYLENE sent free on request. Dealers or other Interested In the aaie of ACETY LENE apparat us write us fur arlllug plan on PILOT Uener tors and supplies It ia a paying proposition fur reliable worker. Acetykse Apparatus Mfg. Co., CCIUSZJA IU..II.S C3LIKE. mi. Mr iw9r Mfff ytiwrf fkti. LaMto4tMr lr I !s?rp'...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 24 August 1905

County Ofllclal. i:. iivm nt.itlvt (!!(). Church. Cli wit Juilir'4 U. A. IkMiton. I'rotmto Jiiilpn J, A, silvers. NherlfT-M. Jt. Morrl. Circuit ('lei U ,', X. J'nttcnion. County Clerk J. F. Ilc-rrcl. Kcorilcr T. K. Unle. Treasurer W. C. IVII. 1'nm. Atty. A. II. lanlvvl. k. School Com. A. I., Ivos. Ktirvo.vor K. 1!. Itorron. AOiulnlKtrntor M. T. Bromldna. Ciivciiht- W. 11. A I If A. I'ivh!(iii J ui!ki' J. V. Mcl'iuMcil. Ahhih'!;) to " Jim. Armstrong, ' 1. A. Uruce. "Icctuijj Dates of Court. Circuit court ntocts In Butler lot Monday In IVbrunry, Mny ami October. County rotirt inert 1st Monday In February, Mny, August and N'o- TCllllCT. l'robnfe court mevta 2nd Monday In February, Mny, August nnd No Yimltr. ?Ietiujjs of Towusbip Board. First Wednesday aftxr flint Tues day Id April. Firt Tumlny after flrst Mondny lu July. Tldrd Mondny of November of each year at ollic of the township clerk. J IE HE 10 1 1 a M.wif-n Ratta-ar Uoe, Travaralac tat 5iat- and Territory Pi MISSOURI ARK AH MAM ...

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. — 31 August 1905

RTF (fTTTT TOT L PTH JLSL1 I ! nidi HILL MIHOUIHl.yUItJIDAT, AUOt'HT 31,1009. S. ."J TLJ) TTTlJ)!! T iTTT JJ ii vLiLiLy X M ILLso ICxt-iirttloti ltalc via Mo. Nhilional Encampment Ci. A. R. , lrnver, Colo. Ticket nn mle via the M. O. 1'. August 30th to Sept. .jth, at $11.15 for Itie round trip. Final return limit by exteniion to October 7th. Lewis mul Clark Exposition, Mav 23rd to Sept. 3'!li, 41.00 round ttijj. Special exam-ions to Colorado, I'tah, ar.il Wyoming on a!e June 1 t to Sept. 3uih, ittuiu limit Oct. 31, 011; f;ne plus 50c round trip. Summer tourist- rale to L'duiado Spring'', Ihiteka Springs, Aik.,amd Jbiioatn Spting. Aik., June l?-tto Sept. $Jih, one and one-tliitd tare round trip. Summer t"uiit rates to Hot Spring. Ail; , Jane it to Srpt 30, one f;ue plus i-z,no for the Hip. R. A. Uaii.ev, Agt. rriico Itxeundoiis. I lot Spring, Ark., daily to Sept. ici, one IM fjie plus $2.00; letum limit 30 days. Lenik A: Clk Exposition, Port land, Oitg., daily to Sept 30, re turn lim...

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. — 31 August 1905

ujc tribune: ;:o. i ii;c ki;iy Editors and NANMB il. HICKEUY ( Publishers iiiCH iin.i miskoi'ri T? notml.ir hypothesis always was nebular to the layman. Suicides for love would escape If Ibey only exercised it little patience. Americans will be glad to hoar that Mary Anderson has a Dew baby, ber second burn. ' It Is predicted that this year's crops will be tho (;lf cst the world baa ever aeon. Cheer up. The English have taken to the bicy cle. AIwmjs ready to adopt a worn out American fad. Japan disclaim all responsibility for the honorable earthquake! that are disturbing China, Barney Mdficld badly bruised. Earl Kiscr minus a leg. Primary cause: An excitement craving public. Scat on the water wagon look at tractive after one bag been reading tho testimony la the Tageait case. Tho man whb told his rich relatives that thenceforth ho would be as one dead to the world went to Philadel phia. To show how careless some of 8 are !t cay be mentioned that a lot of us bad forgotten that the Zi...

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. — 31 August 1905

i r ss3si ss a 3 ) Isno&TJ.isscraiTD.sl HOW VINSON WALSH WAS HILLED AND OTHERS INJURED IN AUTO ACCIDENT r.sBBssssgisKsgSs 7b Bugler. ttrnrulng th mi,ni. n. laughing at I In Ik II. IVIn.1,1 lliilllrr. A( his slill!l liflirnl 'i he Imi.KuKl imwIx (Jp.K fium to ll ! ti.,1 I'lilll Hit- rtag n.ata ptmnlly on th crest. A's are the nnn who nd Mm, ws who i Mil In sloiMuI rm am) comfort, wtills each n y Our iiiilitD ut' slx-lltd mid iliatirrtHt. h knit Our hut wht-u Iittlv calls us. fi'tr nl.ev. iinw tiil bull,? m.ih1, lit n t Blur. First Battl Experience. "I was Jokingly called chicken heart ed," said the sergeant. "b(0 I en listed In th Vnlon army Id April. 1S(,1. I could not bear to see anything or anybody hurt. ,1 found In a few day that I had lot of company, and wondered If any of the tender hearted rqua would ever become hardened to the Inevitable cruritie of war. My owu baptism In a new orfler of life came In our Erst ergsitenieiit. The slKbt of the enemy wounded sicken d me and I...

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. — 31 August 1905

V The Tribune. OKO, F. BKCKKBI, ' MAMNIK R. m'VKKRT. KrtltnrannS Ebllihr. SaliacrtrOonKataai One V., .... SLOW I TWM nutria..... Sl Mniuli.,. .AO I Slnf li Inptaa . Kntfipd acronllnf o lha ac el Cragreaila officr. at Rich Hill, wwwid data aal! anattat With si splendid prospect of an ample supply of pus, the drain I'Xc ennnl an assured fart, and an abundance of on gosl coal as ever came "t of the ground, Kich Hill ought to take on a gradual improvmont and substantial growth to which these good things entitle a city so well sit uated. Dates county seems to have paid somewhere about S00.(X) interest on court house bonds, warrants, or something. What was it? Does cnybody pay in terest unless they are in debt? The people think the tax was levied and collected to pay for the court house. Some of them have asked us how it is that the county is paying interest on de ferred indebtedness for the court house when they have always un derstood that the court house was paid for. Men May Cry Peace...

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. — 31 August 1905

The Now Goods aro in at NIL BAZAAR Dress Goods, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Under wear, Ready -made Waists and Skirts that are strictly up-to date in style and finish. We have hats from New York, Chicago & St. Louis, and will do our best to please. Mrs. Ames is now in St. Louis buying more goods. We intend to show the finest line of I Ladies Furnishings ever brought to the city. S. L. AMES, BAZJUR. ? rillMI DDILIV Moi.fjr to iMtu. j A picnic purty from t!.e ciy! Mrs. A. I Uh-y, of IMf : I haven few thousand dollar t''' the day To.by e IIIJr burif. Km., Ik -.i-iting rcMhe; to Imn on easy terms on gotnl farm projicrty. II. 1. KOJIINKON'. j in tli city. Mrs. Eftle Kmalley of lillan", Ka., is in tliu city visiting rela tives. Mis Itose Mc.MuI.lcn lias gom to southern California to upend tin; winter with relatives. Ham William, son l W. It. William, it retried rjuite nick with decided typhoid aymptoms. W. C. Hodden returned last Saturday from his visit to the Mate fair at Kedalia. Of course h...

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. — 31 August 1905

Tin ,mn7rii C7i nmmm: mwm I'opj i llilit, 1M5, by C'bnrl.- V.irtH Itutler. CHAPTER IX. Continued. "Your rMrf l out of danger," fin ally said the doctor, turning to rear son 6ml Sharkey. "With proper care he will ho able to te moved on a etreicher In two or three days." "Your duty in done then, doctor," replied Pearson, who fwmwl to ho the leader, now thnt the captain wa dis abled. "Now, tn the matter of your Joining our hand; which would you prefer; to depart or to continue with us?" "I am willing to Join you. provid ing began the doctor. "Providing we mill guarantee you protection, an ample salary, and a chance at some future time to ohtaln revenge upon a certain doctor whom you have a grudge against. Is that It?" Interrupted Pearson. 'That Is It." said Schiller. "Are you willing to take the oath of allegiance to ofiY cause." '1 am." "Tig well." KviJently they tad prepared for oich a ceremony as that which fol lowed, for they escorted the (Joctor into yet another room leading off f...

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. — 31 August 1905

' ?' - . .' A, . . -r- . CLIMENTINA GONZALES. OF CENTRAL AMERICA, P.EST0RE9 TO HEALTH. PE-RU.MA THE REMEDY. M!m Clementina Uoc rales. Hotel Pro Incia, tiuatetnala, C. A., in a r re wit letter from StTClercland Ave., Chicago, 111,, writes: foo f'ervna for a worn-out tori' dltktn. I was so run down that I could not sleep at night, bait no appetite and felt tired la the morning. "I tried many tonics, but Peruoa was the only thing hli.lt helped m In the leant. After I had taken but a ball bottle I felt much better. I continued Its use tor three week and I mat corn pletely restored to health, and was able to taka up my Hudlea mbkh I had been forced to drop. There la nothing better than f'eruna to build up tba Bystem." Clementina Oon Males. Addrrtta The Pernna MeJicioa Co., of l olumlu, Ohio, for instructive frew literature on catarrh. THIS IS THE SHOE that ha built up oar reputa tion for good reliable) foot wear throughout the central states. It U called the "HOOSIER SCHOOL SHOE" and was...

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. — 31 August 1905

County Uindftli. i:il'ri'fciitnllvo itu. Church, t'innit .lud.w C. A. IVnton. Probate Judge J. A. Silver. Micrlff-M. I). MorrlM. Circuit Clerk J. A. I'littcrmiti, ( utility Clerk .T. V. Homl. KrinnliT T. K. I .Isle. Trciisttivr W. C, Hell. 1'ron. At 1,t. A. r.. Ltnlwlrk. Hrlioot Com. A. K I von. Hurvey-or K. It. Perron. Administrator S. T. HroncMus. Coroner W. II. Allen. Pivxlliiir .1 Hi1 J. W, McKndilen. AHswrlitto " J no. Armstrong. ' P. A. Unite. Meeting Date 1 Court. Circuit court nieeta in Rutler lt Moiiil.-iy In Felmmrr, May and October. County court meet 1st Monday In February, Mny, August nnd No. vciiiIht. l'rolmte court nieeta 2nd Monday In IVlirujiry, Mny, August and No vember. Meeliaga of Township Board. Kirr-t Wednesday aiter first Tues day In April. Firt Tuesday lifter first Mondny In July. Third Monday of Novemlicr of each year nt oiilec x.'f the township clerk, i IlEiMf! A Medern Ksllwar tint, Sue" an.) Tcrrtiurm Ot Traverslaf ltd MISSOURI ARKANSAS KANSAS OKLAHOMA IK ...

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. — 7 September 1905

IT lido UJJtLL 21 UJL volumi: 10 UICII HILL, MlhSOUUI.TIIURSfJAT, BKITEMHKIt 7, I IK) . THE LijLd I.ieurHloii Kate U Mo. Iae. National Encampment G. A. R., Denver, Colo. Ticketi on ale via the M. O. 1 August 30th to Sept. 4th, at $11.45 for lne rouru' ,riP Final return limit by extension to October 7th. Lewi and Clark Exposition, Mav 13rd ts Sept. 30th, 46.00 round trip. Special excursion to Colorado, Utah, and Wjoming on tale June 1st to Sept. 30th, return limit Oct. 31, one (are plus 50c round trip. Summer toumt rate to ElJorado Springs Eureka Springs, Ark. .arid Si'oam Springs, Ark., June 1st to Sept. 301b., one and one-tliird tare round trip. Summer tnurUt rate to Hoi Spring. Aik , June 1st to Sept 30, one fare plu $1,00 (or the nip. K. A. Uaii.ky, Agt. Frlaco Kicuralons. Hot Springs, Ark., daily to Sept. So, one it cla (are plus $2.00; return limit 30 days. Lewis & Clatk Exposition, I'oit land, Oieg., daily to Sept 30, re turn limit 0,0 days guing and return ing diiect rout...

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. — 7 September 1905

v?l TRIBUNE ;!:;. r. ill cki:i;Y NANNIE It. HUCKEliY I Editors and Publisher RICH nu.u Missouri Advice tt those about to butt to: Pool. The Jnps took one look at Secretary Tafi' physical proportion and order ed whale for dinner. Possibly the roan who sent mobs to the New YorV cspitaiiRt Is merely another kind of reformer. "Treat children like plants." mji ho Washington Tost. That' right stralghtm 'em with a stick. Are we to understand that the pro fessors have landed on the aol&r plex us of the nebular hypothesis? If the Taggsrt'i have to qtiit the army there will be nothing left fur them but to enter New York society Russia's new legislative body Is re ferred to by the czar as a gosudar ptvcnnala Uouma. Oh, but he must be mad! It Is significant that no person has succeeded In stealing John D. Rock efeller's socks while he la bathing in the morning dew. Hoy Knahenschnc, the airship man Is described by a New York paper a "a married man with a family of little one. Little airships...

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. — 7 September 1905

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