ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 3,029 items from Rich Hill Tribune, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
3,029 results
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 21 September 1905

PUT 11 Tee Feed Valise of a Soda Cracker You have heard thatsomc foods furnish fat, other foods make muscle, and still others are tissue buildinj and heat forming. You know that most foods have one or more of these elements, but do you kn--w that no food contains them all in such properly balanced proportions as a good soda cracker ? The United States Government report shows that soda crackers contain less water, are richer in the muscle and fat elements, and have a much higher per cent of the tissue building and heat forming properties than any article of food made from flour. That is why V need a Biscuit should form an important part of every meal. They represent the superlative of the soda cracker, all their goodness and nourishment being brought from the oven to you in a package that is proof against air, moisture and dust the price being too small to mention. J 1 1 7 .;. i IN 1 No Correction. fi ci'rtinYU of rttfiNtrntion l; - n 8 Ms shall lo rwjulml of utrtllWm un der three 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. — 28 September 1905

in JTlRLlLljiOBJ liiio iuiiilLdiLi Jill volumi: to RICH HILL. MISSOUBI.TIIUIWDAY, RiriTCSIIJER 23,1103, To be Given Away in Beautiful High Grade Premiums, in THE TRIBUHE'S Popular oting Gontcst. Young ladies, here is a splendid opportu nity to get a fine $400.00 Hamilton Piano by a little work. The TRIBUNE'S Piano and Premium Contest promises to be one of the livliest and most interesting contests ever held in Missouri.. Any young lady in Bates or adjoiniag counties may enter the contest without cost. A number of nominees are already entered, but all parts of the territory M M-m. MA A 4m m. mm. A. - mV uro uui yet represenieu. jnowever, as tne contest will continue about four months, there is yet time for all who may desire to enter. The capital prize in n l(X.tm Hamilton Piano one of the high et grade manufactured. The other premiums offered will run the amount up to about ss".00.W that will be given away to the most popular young ladies. We (rive In -low a list of the nominees tha...

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 September 1905

We TRIBUNE- geo. r. lil ' 'K Kl.Y j r.i1!tr "! Nannie k. ;u'i',u::)Y ru!i!rhers Kini liti.i. - . - . MISSOV'ltl An American hiis duped pom Prlfr li-h pivls. He was trying to get eve. wih a few flukes. A NV York girl had her brain Put out. anil riohody noticed any differ enceIn New YorU. Oof. rich jn!( k scheme ensnare their thousands; pet married quick their tens of thousands. Marshall Field Justly says thst !t It hard to stsnd prosp -i 1 1 y. Tut every enc Is willing to try to stand It. Lord Curfcon, no doubt, hesttn'ed long before condemning India to bar barism by resigning as Its viceroy. Newport's miltloralrea are naturally argrieved ot having to ray taxes. They need the money for monkey din ners. Cold Is reported to have been found In Ireland. And, sure, why not? Hon't we always see an emerald In a gold sitting? . Is Judce Steinert's sentence that a woman be exiled from New York rtty to be retarded, in the light ot a, putt-lshnu-nl? Men are not pood Judpres of millin ery or the...

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 September 1905

A KIK&'ti PUNCTUALITY. All sr. en a'er la tb i'frft rat I p';nctl y u tie iy,l ,4 fe-j. :-. but few act (to l (! mav'.ra wlvj thm i etrWiies ,4 . Ung of tke ft ;-. i lllfl thar .n UL I. ,m . A i jeaawaaMVMvaaaan ARTIFICIAL SUNLIGHT I teer be -,r tret We.a ' Ready-All the-Year Car.nta. Women of fashion are genius more und more away from the Idea that they must have one act of clothing for utii mcr end anther ami entirely different set fur winter. frhlrl waist ere worn II the year around; shirt waist suit are becoming every aeason; long coata ran be, donned winter and summer, providing they are neliher loo tbln nor tun heavy; and one by one all the other artlclea of dresa are being brought into the Dm of ready all -the-yrar garments. The taffeta fall alti art construct S to be worn In ro!d weather, and many of them are made up a that tbey ran be worn In tbe very dead of winter. There are women who make up fcandsome allk ault at this time, taking rare that It conform In all v ., - ...

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 September 1905

The Tribune. uto, r. RtritnT, BfAHWIM R. Ml tSKIIT. SatMvrtjstftisttetest Var ........ SI I MiM .. ei.f i TM.ti...i . I Stnfl. Knlmd wr1lfte tA Kl 1 Cf ft la Ik piMot si Kid) Hill, momkI mil lrm Iirmorratle Harmony. Tliiit tli harmony that exist in tin1 donioornry of Missouri I spl!d with a vory Hmall h, "nml tlii'.t in a low br.!ihM Is very evi dent from the tiht noine of the rtomiKTHtie editors rv putting up against Dotkory nd Stone, The following frtrn the Prinoo ton Press illustrates the feeling toward the old war horses hs Dot kery and Stone call them selves, "If the old war horses of Deui--rac.v, thoy arc pleased to call thems4lves, had made half the fij;ht ia the List civnTKiipn that they are willing to make now to cast nn odium on the young governor, or mture for them sdvv party control ar.un, J u dire Sullinyir would ttslay be in Con press nd the district in line to continue the honor. But now the Mate of affair is chaotic, let no man believe that anybody is responsible for...

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. — 28 September 1905

Til AZAAR Saturday morning we will have on dis play somo of our Fall Millinery. As you pass our place do not fail to look at our win dows. You will see some of the latest cre ations in Ladies Hats. We have the most up-to-date Hats at the lowest prices ever heard of. Do not forget we al so have a" complete line of Fall Dry Goods and Ladies' Furnish ings of all kinds. Anything a lady wants to be stylishly dressed can be found at our store. Remember our Shoe Department. Money t !. I have a few thousand dollar to loan on easy term on ftirin property. II. P. Rownhon n.a 'i.m uijiu1 'arrsaat i w Notice ti Ck Kill Eurta! Asso- elation. S. L AMES, ' 8AZ4AR. Will Cateand wife ient Sun day with relative Ht LnHarp Kan. , Cliff Tlitnpon, of Kedalia, wM-nt Sunday in thUcity visiting with friend, , "The Johanne Way" Make the price and guaran tec the quality. ' (J't next. Walter Vail came in from St. Iut Friday lat on a hort visit to hi parent, Mr. and Mr. II Vail. Special Bargain in Harne, Hardwa...

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. — 28 September 1905

Ji' CHARLES -r..vr llilit. 1MJ, by CHAPTER XIV. The Attempt to Assassinate Golden, When the party camped fr the I'ght, I-ng separsted from Golden and nado himself useful helping the worn in folk prepare supper. Pondering on the event of the tight before, and on the conversation that he had had with Golden. Lang 5mo to the conclusion, which mas the hit one. that Gulden had a reason or jilr!ng him, beyond lha mere tact of desiring to enlighten him about Hie Convict City. Golden had been recalled to the :tty; this might moan much or little. It might mean that, the old man'a la bors had been appreciate and that waa to be Anally rewarded; or It might mean that something wsi trans airing among the people which made sis presence necessary; or It might ke that he w as to be punished for some miscarriage of their plana. The fear of the latter made Golden 111 at MIS The night was slowly draw-In to a :.oso. Quiet relened. The last em sera of the ranip-flrea were dying out. The white tents of t...

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. — 28 September 1905

IH THE EES, CF HEALTH SINCE TAKING PE-nU-NA. ra POOR HEALTH. PAIht IN BACH. SICK HEADACHES. PE-RU-KA CURED. Mr. Bera Smith, N. Cherry street, cr. I. inc. a.ittviilr, Trnn., write: "1 have had poor health for the peat four ream, patna In the ba.-k unci groin, and t'luil. sick headache, with bcari&a' down pains. .4 friend, mho waa rerv enthumiaUk about I'cruna Imtsted that I try It. "I took it fur ten days and waa mr prtxrt to find thRt I had x) little "I therefore coutinned U une it and at the end of tu mouth my pains had totallr difcH jipcared. iwi e ccn In the bent of healtl alnce and tetl ten yearn younger, i am very grateful to you. " Catarrh of the internal oryan praa ally uix mir the siren-tli. under mini the vitality am! cauaea nerruut Dm. Icruna is the remedy. i DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATORS : Save 810.- Per Cow EVERY YEAR OF USE Cver Ail Gravity Setting Systems And 83. to 65. Per Cow ; Over All Imitating Separators. . . Now t. th time to rn.ik. tbia tntwt lni- rcant arij rtr...

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. — 28 September 1905

-.-t "--aU-.-.-W. ao- H..Vaaaj"r (.-?''" , " yyy f i 5 1 I t. invested in a package of n a-A I. . 1 teaches you many truths: That soda crnckcrs are the best of all food made from flour. That Uneeda Biscuit are by far the best of all soda crackers. That Uneeda Biscuit are always fresh, always crisp, always nutritious. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY SET CFNEW WALL CHARTS iDR. G. N. SHARP, A3m MTf I Y WlTKMIT CtlXT. ! duugoist Tin- pnbliHluT of the ItKiTiti.ic St. I-onin. Mn., offer a lnuunii'iceiit j net of revleil kkw homk i.iim.i uv i W.ll.l, CII.UiT llMlll MIH'll llllMollltcly lilrnl term that no no lux il or home In the country can afford lo lie wlth- t tli. 'in. I Thin beautiful set, contains sink ! t'oMi'i.KTK lrn nnil n f'ychi'''lia ! And Manufacturer of Fumlly ICrairtlten. t t Have you a counh or hiv Buffering jfroiii a cold? If o try lr. Siuiij I coitai and i.t'Ntj hi:mi;dy. i If you are troubled with Indljreatlon 1 or Ktomncli trouble line imsr.sTisi: For nil pains and ache apply ...

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. — 5 October 1905

ELL .fMBK VOI.U.MK HI QICII II ILL, MIHSOUBl.TnUlWDAT, OCTOIJEIi 0, 10O3, rT777 FtNSlON CtClSIONS THE-- RICH EL Tho TRIBUNE'S Great Piano Contest is growing like a snow ball. The people of Bates and adjoining counties are just begin ningto realize that the Contest is really worth their attention and the biggest in its line that ever happened. Here are the Prizes 1 City. 2 The Vernon Music Co., Kansas Columbia Grapho Dusiness College, S400..00 PIANO Mo. $35 00 GRAPHOPHONE phone Co., Kansas City, Mo. a $:::..tK SCHOLARSHIP. Kansas Ci Kansas City, Mo. i. $l J.oi WKUSTERS UNAimiDGED DICTIONARY. 5. Slo.oulIAT. Miller Sister, Milliners, Rich Hill, Mo, 0. T..oo KEVOL.VING HOOK CASE. 7. $J. FWNTAIN 1'EN. Contestants Entered to Date. Nettie llarker, I'apinsville. llertlut Hail.-y, Kich Hill, K. F. D. No. 1. Jennie Caldwell, Rich Hill, R. F. I). No. 1. Juh!m Ellis Rkh Hill, R. F. D. No. 1. Nanette lJpjwn, Rich Hill, R. F. D. No. 3. Gnu-.. Hu ks, Rich Hill. R. F. I). No, 3. Na. .ma Davis, Rkh ...

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. — 5 October 1905

T5hc TUfBUNZ. ;i:o. p. nee i:::i;v NANMU K. Ll.'t kl.ilY LKii DILI - I F.dltra and I lutilUlxr MISSOURI HAS PLENTY TO DO MS. ROOSEVELT'8 DT8K LOADED WITH IMPORTANT PAPER. The r.iolbull fire mil now hp added to the undulating features of our coun try. A French Kclcntlst m.v if shall alt he living In glass houses soon. Most of us are. already. CHANGES IfMHE CABINET Completion of the annu"al Message Only a Small Part of Business Demanding Early Attention, "AH great men are e Wrfu!." says a contemporary. In other words, II Is f.rrat to bp cheerful. Mr. Frank Leslie says that women should not marry before they are 23 and many of theni don't. Toots ere writing sonnets on the commcrclslMng of Niagara falls. Something will have to give. There Is this tlirerence between pleasure and happimss: ore Is a brass band, the other the song of a bird. If a corset will Improve the rear ele vation of a hump shouldered man, by all means encourage him to wear It. When the Russian Gosuciastsvenns iiouma m...

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. — 5 October 1905

MAY INDICT SEVEN SPECIAL CftAND JURY 70 INVEST IQATE INSURANCE METHODS. BEST COMPANIES AFFECTED Evidence Affecting the Management ' of Three Companies Said to Be in 1 Jerome's Poaeeeelon. NEW YOHK. The New York Amer ican ay: Jjlstrlct Attorney Jerome ha been furnished with evident of such a nature affecting the manager of the Equitable, the New York Life and the Mutual Ufa Inursnce com panies, that a pociu) sran.l jury la to m Impaneled, Mr. Jerome will have conference wllh the attorney general Mr. Mayer. He will lay before Mr. 'Mayer at that time evidence that ha been submitted to him and will ask the attorney general for permission, necensary under the Insurance, law, to proceed against these men. Mr. Jerome ha been Informed privately that there are more facta of a nensatlona! nature affecting men In kfgh financial end political circles that will be developed at the Investigation Mn conjucted by the Armstrong legislative committee. The 'inquest" o be held by the grand Jury will co...

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. — 5 October 1905

The Tribune. WM. P. KKHKKRT, NANKIB W. Mt'CKKKf . ltors Fklthr. feMrllaHs(f I . Vs !. I Ylw Miil(...... . Si i M.mlhi I Slnl C iannl arrfmltf-e K h act el CoKftt'tl tht BoiinAn ( Btrh Hill, wmtiA d H Burnt Champ Clark nnys Hid Kepub lican party is RoinK to be wnnsh od all to pieces over tl. tiir iff when Congress meets. . Champ is a big raw-boned nin hut bis mouth is the biggest thin nlwut him. With t hi same big mouth lie cut a Vim-beater, Ky.t editors throat nt Netv Albany, I ml., a lit tie over a year ago and now he's slashing at the Republican party with the same bin instrument. The Republican party don't real ize its danger any more than the Kentucky editor did. We have leen aked what we think of our County Court ap propriating one hundred dollars to be given as premiums at the County Fsir to be held at Mutter October 10 H. Alt such actions by our County court has our un qualified endorsment All such acts of County courts are in strict acxrd with the most up-to-date advanced Re...

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. — 5 October 1905

It DAZAA Como in and sco us. You will find that wo have our shelves fair ly loaded down with now and seasonable goods. In our Millinery Do partment tho hats aro oing almost faster than we can get them made up. We have an elegant line of new Fall Silk. Just the thing for your new waist to match the hat you get from us. Anything a lady wants to be stylishly dressed can be found at our store. Remember our Shoe Department S. L AMES, B4ZJUR. LOCAL BltlEFS. Mist Majrjri Jliarbor i visiting relatives in Kansas City. Mitt Mt Mania it visiting; rela tive! in Kantat City this week. Judge Armstrong went to Uutler MonJay to attend County court. 3 car loads of stoves at whole sale prices at "The Johannes Way." Mitt Rachael Crabb who hat been quite tick, we ere glad to re port, hat almost entirely recovered. "The Johannes Way" is mak ing a im; iVT in everything. They niHsl money for the new Sodalia itoro. A. C. Sampson hat removed the township Clerk's oflice to the up tlairt front room ot the Kuh...

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. — 5 October 1905

LIU r uwu ii LiiNUu w awcLrs Copyright, t';, by tits CHAPTER XV. Lang Rescues a "Hunted Man." The emigrants crossed the. borders Into the '"Convict Country" early In the morning. At about noon they cama upon what at first sight looked Jikn en old time palisaded farm house and burn, surrounded by high fence of logs driven Into the mound. The hmiae ) formed of logs, two stories high, and fitted with shutters of un hewn oaj. which could be drawn over the windows when necessary. The whole building was protected from view by a magnificent growth of large tree and an artificial curtain of vines arrowing on frames which trained them to run from limb to limb of the tres. Golden told Lang fiat tH was one of many outposts wMoh formed the defense of the city In the Interior. It n defended by three male and Jime female residents and six import ed Siberian bloodhound? a formid able company. The tarty a ex pected, because the gates were open, and In the main room of the block "house were Bet out ...

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. — 5 October 1905

-V Son j a lor "focktll'mrntO Protect The Health t YtHif families fcy Insisting on Pure Food. When It come to liaslne Powder, it meani a wht oi health and money U you use the standard articlt ol purity and tlli ciency the wonderful . BAKING ' POWDER hid An afeo!ute!y pure bas-in? powder dentiiicaliy combined. 25 ounces lor 25 cents. Your grocer relundl your money U you are, not at- Uiied. Jon t accept a lubsti- twtel They are Impure and a men ace to health. Atk. for K. C, the standard of quality. it WJ-Q-.1 fee JAQUE8 MFC. crttcago. CO. WINCHESTER "NUBLACK" BLACK POWDER SHELLS The "Nublaclt" is a grand good shell. It is good in construction, primed with a quick and sure primer, and carefully loaded with the best brands of powder and ahot. It is a favorite among hunters and other users of black powder shells on account of its uniform shooting, evenness of pattern and strength to withstand reloading. ALL DEALERS SELL THEM m it"; - PRICE. 25 Cts. - n if DAT wm?m AQTH soma 19 CVARAXTttD...

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. — 5 October 1905

USX SET OF NEW WALL CHARTS ABSOLUTELY WITHJT COST. Tin? ruliliKlier of the It r. it but, f?t. Louis, Mo., offer a WMignlficfnt set of itvlm?d kkw HMt; uiibabt wauli-hahts npon audi absolutely liberal tormi that no school or home Ja tbo country can afford lo lie with out them. This lx-nntlful wU contains nine foMi-LKTB Ma ra ami a Cyclopedia of Indispensable Information, will 1 given, FfiKK oC all charge, to every person who vadr, Orse Dollar to pay for a year subscription to the Twk k-a-Wrkk Kit ii iilic of St. IjouIs, and Farm I'kouukhm, the Grent AjrrScnltural and Home Monthly Mngnilne r,ot,u!iel by The Republic and ackn owletlgvd every where to le the hwjsr Journal of 1U kind published an? where. Following are. the maps In this w t: (l)TheWoHd; (2) The United Mate; (3) Tyi ,-rnphlc map of the KuHuo-Japaw War, with facta and figure of the rw itest brought down to date; (4 Ala ka; (5) Hawaii; (C) l'orto liieo; (7 The Philippines; (8) Fananiu; and 9) Your choice of a larnittof aijvo...

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. — 12 October 1905

Tu JjJ Hi UTTF JL IfSlllllTR I, , f ' f I i U.i "Ma- a., ii''i VOLUME 10 KICII IIILX, MISSOUItl.TnUitSDAT.OCTOBEa is, i03.: FTjN MICE. The TRIBUNE'S Piano end Popular Prize Contest Creating a Stir la Many Parts of Ihe County. Many New Su&scribers Bcino Secured, While Many Old Subscribers Arc Renewing. The TlUBCNE'8 Piano and Popular Prize Contest in creating constantly increasing interest in all parts of the county, and the many young lady contestant are now petting thoroughly into the contest and putting forth their best efforts to head the list of competitor. Many new subscriptions arc, now being taken, as well as a large number of renewals, but'the work has hardly yet begun. N In case of a tie vote between any of the winning contestants, the amount of the premium so tied for will be equally divided between tlie young ladies whose vote is tied. p-v, - ?. .. i ii7iiiwiii"iwi.'i.... ..,iiiiiugL i..";ZIZif I """ 1 iiii.i.i .. t , ' J,j Vii iamilron , H I ill 1 ' ' "" ff 'ijo.yi i...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 12 October 1905

Wc TRIBUNE ': :0. P. H I K f : a V I'dltors snd (IAN N 1 1?. R. MICKrHY Publishers iii ii "hii.i. ..... missoi'ri "resilient Castro's motto cerr,s 1c be: "Lit ymir di'll K and hti) gutis." Many ft homeless tnndirer would II kO to change places mith a Scetitci! society iIor. Holland is In flnsnciul difficulties Kvldently Queen Wllhclmlr.a. hasn't the mfirtit of schnapps. If this hoopsklrt foolishness goes in in h furl ht r, oery woman will lc her on n airship next winter. When people are fond of alrlnc oilier people's faults It generally means that their own need, tfeodorfi- A Virginian mho Ik 99 years old and has furty four children Is going to mar ry again. He lias already done his part. O. C. Carter, the iratch magnate. Is to build a $oOrt.(K'0 church. Sulphur may ho well enough in this world, but Tartially to offset the loss occa sioned by the rt moval of young Mr. Hyde, New York City has Imported a live goriila. A Chicago tailor says that there are nearly 20 men In that city who...

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. — 12 October 1905

ft? Cff Iff CT '.( ) right IJ'iS. CHAPTER XVI. l,y Lang Enter th City. Tbe unli-r to hi diiiii 10 sprint tlMin I. an and Wlleon were tin last words vpokcn t' Paiadlse I'e'e, Hie louisl keeper. Wilson shot Mm through Ihe Inert before (lvliial Inn attention tit the dog. For a moment there wn a terrible time. I'.oih Wll fin and I arg fired .ulnt blank Into the savage blasts' fare and with deadly f-ffi ct, for H did not become tussle flesh agulust fiesh, but one only of bullets. When. Gold' u arrived ujvon the scene with the torch and lit up (he surrounding he wan surprised to fltd the battle ended. I'aradise Pete and hi all mamkilli-r. who on more than oue occasion had been instrumental In tearing limb from limb the quiverlrg flesh of escaping prisoners, lay ?ed vpon the ground arid standing barn to bark food la and Wilson tin ParTid. yet vigilant. "Thin is a bad business'" said Cold er, shaking hi head at t inc. "but t am glad it's all over. Hullo. Wilson. 1 it you?" "Yr. this la me o...

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