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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 25 January 1906

n i n i Vi v i 4-1 j FflffllilTiTO PI' CHARLES MORRIS DUIUIR. ,Zsfor of "77m Aww tV 7trrv'y7 7tv"nYf Tli-l?7rhI2c, Cnjiyrlshl, ISoO. by Charles Morris Puller. CHAPTER XXVIII. Continued. It was thought by Denver that the retreat to civilization should be begun at once, while the confusion reigned en the Inside, and before the main entrance to the tunnel should be dis covered. When the party reached the main quarters In the cave, the plunder was divided up as to weight and value. It was estimated by the leaders that considerably more than a million had been captured, besides a large quant ity of rare "Gems"" and the counter feiting plate which fell to Lang alone. When darkness fell, the cavalcade set out. The party was rather handi capped for lack of horses, on extras being procured. Some of the hardy rangers started out on foot, leading their mounts, trying to keep their stock fresh for the race they expected would follow detection when their flight was discovered. An advance and rea...

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. — 25 January 1906

ALL SICK70f,1Ell SHOULD EtAD K8S. FOX'S LETTLt In All rrt of the tTnttd pUntee I.ydla II. Pink hum's Vrs"Kl Cumpuuut lie Lnoutod GUuir (Jure. Many wonderful cures of female t!l are continually coruins, to light w hlch have Uf n brought about by Lvdia 11 l'iitkbatu a Vegetable Compound, aud trirotjfrh tha advice of Mra. PlnUham, cf Lynn. Mum., which Is given to sick tvomen abwolntclv free of charjre. The prrvnt Mrs. Pinkharo has for twenty-fire years tunde a study of the ills of her w X ; ahe has consulted with and advised thousands of suffcriiijf womrD, who to-dar owe not only their health but even "life to her helpful advice. Mrs. Fannie T. Fox, of 7 Chestnut Street, lJradford, Pa., writes: Dear Mr. Ilnkhaoj " I suffered f"T a long tima with fi-tnals trouble, sud finally wsatM by my phvsn-bui th-a 1 hud a tim.nr. 1 did' not want to tilt.iit to an oieestintv, So wrote yj for ad new. I received your k-tter ad did aa you U4d nie, aiul VxUy I am onplely curL My distoc asvs tlw tumor ba...

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. — 25 January 1906

PLNSION DECISIONS cia Cradles I HARD! CRilS NEW ORLEANS. MOBILE, PENSACOLA, Ticket 8 on isule rcbrunry 21st to nml Imluilins traiim wliodnliHt to urrivc nt Now Orleans, Mobile or I'ensueol.i ln'for iiook Fcliruary 27th Iiuiited to return March hy deporiir iiinl p;iyiu'Ut of ."0 centH ev lenxioii ( limit can Ik wcured until Miinli 17tn, I'.hXi. Kor rntt.-s, time talilefl iiii'l l-nutifiil).v iliiixtrnted booklet nhiny: 11 history of the Mar il iri, mliiresK, H C Boilcy. N W P A. Chicago J E Diivunport. D P A, St Louis F D Bush. D P A. Cincinnati J H Millikcn, D P A. Loulmvillo C L STONE. Ccn'l Pass Act. Louisville, Ky. CASCAIONE COMPOIMD, A SujMrior Tonic nml llonn'dy for iill I)isciis't'.s arising Ivnui a tlisonb'foil fonJition of tin Liu-r, Stoiiiucli and Ibvols, Cur.'s Indigestion, Siih lli-:ul HcllC, MllioiiMiess, ( 'ur.sl ii,i- tioii, mill acts as a is t :t I toisic in tin? t 'vat incut of 1 1 - f -vouh (lobilitv, t at. i. uli, t ic. Price, $1.00 ptr Battle. For Kali ty all DouW...

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. — 1 February 1906

u t I FTil iL JiiLJilj VOLUMK Ki KICH HILL, MIHHOUlll THUU8DAY, FEIIUUAItY l,10OO. 2 to. P TT(P" MILL TO TfTLDTT TTT7T75 rv. m r-ii. KING OF Alt IIKIHEHTS CM2ZS FJH:U2.IA7IS:i A!Z ALL PAT! j l""t"" toatei, Hm,iTi. if , . rttC H fl I ! M wl . eK. IK mcK. imuu W W 1 LU ' , cwituna uacni, ttrvA'utt ili.l,coaa HVMH i lin aifi famm 1 ; .Si. K.H2Aa7 Mrs. Mary E Young Dead. Died, at her home in this city, January 2.., I'.KH), Mrs. Mary K. Young, widow of late Lieut. Jno. C. Young, ia the ."."th year of her age. On Sunday morning Janu ary 21st, Mrs. Young, while' about her early morning house- Mrs. Geo. Lawson's son, Gtu Carson writes to his homofolks from Guthrie, Okla., that he h;i$ recently married a Miss Mvrtlo hold duties, was suddenly stride-! ijjre. of that city. Of course she i en with paralysis and never re-: i a charming young lady and all s. J u the ncw Lt win. tel.-il.une in No. 7,2. Misses Frankie Waller and Lois Lklemater spent Sundaj with Nevada relatives and friends Our To C...

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. — 1 February 1906

15 he TRIBUNE ;ko. p. 1 1 1 .- k i : 1 1 v I Edlto Editors and KANNIK II. Ill'CKEIiY j Fub ubllshcta .IRil Hill. V". 1 . . MSHOI'IU When Suspicion gee hunting It will always 11ml Insincerity lurking In t)l ltlilrH, There. In one form of swearing nit thiit I never broken, and that's Wearing Off tllrn. If France has liny Idcn thnt wnr I picnic It. should consult Its ally, I until, on Dip subject, Tr Kmll Reich says "the American niiifin In not n woman." Right you are. diK. Khc't an angel. There are three thlnca which no woman run hope to tim!rtinl Iirsc tall, tlmn t 1 . t . and husband. Once more (ho doughty Fit la find ing married llf. a sweet song and Urn will tell how long It will ho. The world's oulmt of gold lat year was 1375.01)0, though f do not any 10 of our own personal Knowledge. However, wo ran testify that a nmn dwnn't have to be a rwr In order to have tin Mlii) larger than til In coma. Tho papers are printing a story about a in nu In Massiirhtirctta who has lived for fort...

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. — 1 February 1906

HAFTS SAVED 28 A PART OP VELENCIA'S PA8SEN. CER3 AND CREW Art2 RESCUED. OTHERS MAY YET BE SAVED Number Mining From Wrecktd Steam , er It Now Some May Ce Ashore--Osttie in Waves. chiness v.ir v,n. roosevclt. Tho Miesiod Presented Formally t Ihe White House. WASrilNulON. Clilna" Itnjierl.il commiaalon. to ih-s Lotted St3tt- to study A'lX'ili'nn conditions sk educational and indiiHt rial ha been received foi i),.ill- by President Ho-ik Vent at the White house. Tlie commie sinners, accompanied hy Fir. ChcntunJi I .In Ojr Chins', tlx? Ciilneee minister to Washington, ami other, was formally pi trrnted to President Koosevelt bv Kecreiiity Root. Hal Hunt? CI. I ad dn ssed tl)" Prcrsldr-iit end presented to lilni on autograph Idler Lain the erspcror tf China. HEPBURN PLACES BLAME ON SHIPPERS WASHINGTON. Hepburn of Iowa, chairman it the house committee on interstate and foreign commerce, to day presented In the house the Hep burn railroad rate MM with the com mittee and house report urging I...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 1 February 1906

The Tribune. UKI). P. HUCKfcHV, NAKNIK H. MICHM. tMtrtttrHsti I Rl!t Cepl - f ,r ,rmMit tr III Ml "I Ctl h po.i m Kick Mill. onl da mt Our Democratic exchanges nre full of the comings and goings of Democratic candidates those days, and it will o continue un til the primary in Mny. After that there wont be half so many good fellows n the road. How often we notice persons drive up to a hitching post, hitch their horses with a halter good and st rong, and never once think of relieving the poor animal's .neck by unhitching the check rein. We have noticed horses left in this condition for hours, while their owners were shop ping or visiting, turning their heads nnd necks any and every way they pleased with ease and comfort. We sometimes wish the owners of the poor faithful servants had to hold their heads in some unnatural position for the same length of time so they could learn how it pes to be tor tured in the neck. Did you ev er hold your head in an unnatur al position for a long time...

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. — 1 February 1906

Seo our EXCEPTIONAL LINE of beautiful WHITE GOODS we now have on display. In our east window wo have SKIRTS and j -WAISTS to suit the most,MlK fastidious. In our west window you will find EMBROIDERY in all widths and designs. Come in and in spect these goods. S. L AMCS, BZR. i 1 1 .IMMI. Ul IN V cral days ago, was taken by her Dr. Slater's dcnUl .'.l!co w ill ' ' .J. Mell Cillette,to Fniversi be dosed hereafter on Mond y 'l"t. Kansas City, Sunday and Tuesday. A hoiiM.' and I - I Close in. At a bargain. UKO. P. HlVKKKY. W A N T F youn? tnn Imin U.iii lliii p-r- meat Mad Service. 15 -x One, Ce - dar Kpid, Ia. Kev. J. M. Clark 1 t .1 I :i bnther, nephew, and oi.ii r M bi lives from Kei,tu(i;v !.i-t v.-i ;c. . .... vi ! ii r The visit to Missouri by th Ki n - , tuckians was mutu.iiy onjoyed , by them all. J Tlie cae of (J ui:i.l- o s IH.xoit came up in the Cas c eiuty cii - cuit court Momlav on !,. sie i f venue from 15 t. s ,-ou:il v. d W. Jamison, das. A. C ". Judo- A!- len Wriglit. C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 1 February 1906

a: ;r ci iVMii Copyright. IMS, by CHAPTER XXIX. Lang' Last Detperat Scheme. ' Jim Denver's body was left swaying It the end of a rope but for an tnst.-mt. When the com lots drew away from the hanging In order to chase the treasure party, Iannis Lane, mounted a a horse he had managed to capture from an overzealous spectator, ran un der the limb of the tree supporting his friend aDd cut the body down before Denver breathed "his last. Phillip Farnham and Hen Bottom had raised the cry of "Gold!" and started the convicts off, snd now complete dark ness hid the retreat of these four last survivors of the coach party. Knowing In advance the destination of the regulators, the four conspira tors managed to catch up with the party, and eluding tbe convicts, before the first large town was reached the next morning. There was great re joicing In the Hauehett party upon the arrival of Denver and Lang, because of the addition to the ranks of fighting men. This city was found to be al most an outl...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 1 February 1906

Whose Say-so Is Best? Wl'li nesrly nil im!lrliir put tip for mi In thrnimh tl r 11 tr if i 1 mm has lo ukq the maker t-i U i as in their cura tive valu. t'f course, sin Ii testimony lint that of tlUimT"ilx m rl y and accordingly l ti"t to ! given the same cre.pt a if written from disinterested pmtivM, 1 ir. Pierce's inetlicinot. ho, ever, fortn a slns-le sml therefore striking exception lo this ml. '1 lo-ir claims to lli eoiituicnce ( Invalid does not rt Solely uiti their makin' say -so or m1 ihelr Ingredients sre matters of pninic know Inliip, (ting printed on ea h separate Uit wrapper. Thus Invsiid Bulb-ren sro taken Into I Pierce's (nil confidence. Scores of leading medical men havs written enough to fill volumes la prie of the curative value, of the several Ingredients entering Into lh )!-known medicines. Amoos-st the. writer wf flnfl mnfh re1-h-t) lit io in i'rof Kinler Mltr-fwixxj, M 1.. i f Mnl C-ih-f, (h.rw : I'rof lisle, of the same cltr; Prvf John M. ftcud-d.-r. M 1.. lute...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 1 February 1906

A". 1 ' I mm tot w jha JMi LOW RATES VIA Louisville & Nashville !l RAILROAD TO THE n n r, n i P 11 I ft P a ;:Qppesit8 U.S. Patent Office j !i ti K W I u K it 5), WASHINGTON D. C NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE, PENSACOLA. Ticket m salt- February 21t to ninl IikI'IiIIui: ti :i Iiim kcIh-iIuIin) to nrrivr nt XVw Oilcan. Moldle or I'.mik.-h-dIu l'foiv iiuiiii l-Vlirinirr Ttli 1 : hi 1 1 1 I t ivtimi Mtirt-lt :t: lv il.n..it inn! ni ini-ii t i if .'ill ccuImcV ti'iiiin f jiinlr in U- fKt nit-il iiniil Murcti J7tn. l'JOii. Kor rate. Itinc ttill- nml U'linl If nl ! v llliiNf rnti-il l booklet hh:; it liUlory of 1 liu Mar til (Jim. iiililtVNK, li C fleiiey, NWPA, Chicago 1 Davenport. D P A. St Lcul e I) Bush. DPA. Cincinnati " "uui,n. oka. Louiavuia . c c us t, ucn , . a,.. touuvme.. j Wr CHARGE NO FEE UNTIL IHE CASE IS ALL0VIE0 TRADE-fllEKS, Dc laag rauk tkalrli i4 4aeriatiaa at tavaaliM far rnCC OPINION la aatmUkiiiii. Carrataandcnca caalacatial. Etlablithag 1864. firaachat at Chicsga, Clled, D...

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. — 8 February 1906

RICH VOLUME 10 BICII HILL. MISSOURI. TnU.ESPAY, TEBHUABY , 1 UO'X BATES COUNTY BANKS. THE .JiLiLJLilL iff X-J "" "ihuj.. i .i.i.ii.i , i. " ,v ; PERMANENTLY CURES CQNSUrT!GN, COUGH. COLD, BftONCHtTI9 ABTMMA, mOttSC YHKOAT, HOAffMSNS99 WHooriHQ couan ANO cusoui DO HOT DELAY Unta tht drain on twr ytTj prcduew oraayimg machinery it a wonacrTui rim er uid and cell. To vara gootx Mlta it mutt b leapt In food order. A COLO Is conc.dtrad of no impor tant, yet if it was known by it's propr rvamt of "throat Inflammation," or "confaatlon cf tba lung," lis dangerous character would be appre ciated. When a cold maitM it appaaranca usa at oact Ballard's nor fcamts Srm which wi 1 oareoma it WHOOPING COUGH and CSEOUI Raquirs Prompt Action. SNOW LINIMENT appUd to tha throat and ehet eiea wonderful relief, wi Ballard Horahud tfrv& will coi-piiip. ii is ine. wnit teuon kemedt that will POSlIJVt.LT CURE WHOOPING COUGH ANO CROUP. BEST FOR CHILDREN Vrm. Mod ilM CnMtkvmiM. T.T. writ: M kiM Raltuvl'a ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 8 February 1906

&jc TRIBUNE 'iKO. P. lltH'KllUY J A N N I It H 111'CKKHY KlCll 1IILI, ( r.i Ildltor and ubllshera " 'MISSOURI i wain will fiot deny (hat Co). Mulberry waa uuo of the. tulgiuftl best Bi'lU'is. It mtiHt ho fine to be a lawyer and rk In it, 23,oi0 foe every lilt lo now una (hen. Even the pessimal may hope for the best, hut It taken an optimist to really expert It. When a man say to you: "Otiess what I paid for It," double, what )ou really think, and please him. Comerlnc the tomato supply will not of ncccsity have any effect on the aupply of vivid red catchup. New Vork'a Chinatown now jolna In tbe general occldentallzlng movement among the rai n by having rtreet rlota. With lot of returned soldier who are looking for job. Japan la finding that peace hath problems no lens than war. Prof. Bell thlnM that flying la mere ly matter vt time. Other are In clined to think that It la a matter of eternity. It U really no more than might be expected that the Ohlneso milliliter at Washington U ...

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. — 8 February 1906

A m OF THE FASHIONS IWIRilLOTSMIGJ (MR Hit WHITE HOUSE Th lloop-Skirt Monstrosity Was) an Indispensable Acceeeory 4o Womm'i and Children' Toilettes In the Sixties Funny Story Apropos) of the) Costume. As the years go by the memory of Abraham Lincoln becomes more rev ered. All that hero worship implies 4s exemplified In the attitude of the American people toward the memory of the lofty character, the towering trtngth, the majesty of the man Lin coln. The press the whole country oyer ""III rie to do him honor on the an niversary of bis birth. While history haj been busy record lux the fame of her husband. Tery lit .e has ever been w ritten In regard to Mrs. Lincoln, except of her great am bition to become a popular social lead er In Washington, and ber many blun ders made In the effort to realize that ambition. That she was most un popular goes without telling when her Mrs. Lincoln In 1861. methods of Slighting the ladies of the president's, cabinet and the senator' wives are consider...

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. — 8 February 1906

The Tribune. ui;o, r. iltXRlCIIT, MAK.MB R. HlTRf.lH . Edltorsaas) rabltshars. absrlrtli.Klsi DntVeii !. I ntftMiMiht Sli Montrw . ..... I Sinf It toM . .OS Entrrrd according to h set til Cotijrwls poM ofScs at Rick Hilt. mmiI c Kail phsiw K-rer nets "nIXH) and his at torneys jrtt ::!,.(M, for nlwtut five iimiit'is sevvice.out of the niattor of tin1 receivership of tho Salmon A Salmon bank failuiv. This pi ;u -tieally ends the management of tin; affairs of tho bank by Etf ;er and his lawyers ami puts the mattr in tlio hands of the Hank ruptcy court. Here tho fees of the attorneys, fees of officials and court costs if kept up at the same rat? will eat up the balance of the pr.x-eeds and the people will be left the bay to hold and an empty one at that. Here is T t gone gliimnerinn now The ieople who made such a stir about the failure would have done as well financially if they had held a meeting and said to the Salmon's and their cashier: "Hoys, we know this is a bad business, but we ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 8 February 1906

Seo our EXCEPTIONAL LINE of beautiful WHITE GOODS we now have on display. In our east window we have SKIRTS and WAISTS to suit the most fastidious. In our west window you will find EMBROIDERY in all widths and designs. Come in and in spect these goods. S. L AMES, f LOCAL it KIEFS. " Mrs. Chas. Waller, of Nevada, is visiting relatives in this city this week. Dr. Slater's dental office will be ilox-d hereafter on Monday and Tuesday. A house and lot for sale. Close in. At a bargain. Call on GHO. 1. HlVKKUY. Judge John Armstrong is at tending a meeting of the county court at Hutler this week. C. K. Walters attended a meet ing of the board of directors f Asylum No. at Nevada Monday. John M. Johonnes came down from Xcdalia and spent Sunday with his family, returning Mon day. Mr. Jas. Hailey, a good Hates county farmer from cast of the river, was in the city Monday at tending to business matters. 'Hn-farm occupied by August ovor 0,rtl "f wo,h1 il tln,, Bubra, just across the r.md rastit5un...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 8 February 1906

fc ama vsmm cr. FSEJITEK &re FIELBW fir CHARLES MORRIS DUTI-ER. Copyright, 1 by liiarle Morris Ilutler. CHAPTER XXIX Continued. Bill Hawks up pea rod to notice Lang at about the mine instant. "Go and tell my wife." said Lang to the farmer, "that Bill Hawks and his gang are In the fair grounds. Tell her to drive due north along the side of the wall and drive as fast as she can." The farmer warned to understand perfectly and communicated Louis' words to Pearl. While Louis was talking to the farmer Lang paw Hawks calling his gang together. Lang did not attempt to ecrape rashly and thus rail down the gang upon his wagon, but so much confidence did he have In Pearl that he calmly walled for Hawks to show his band, trusting that In the mean time Pearl would be enabled to carry out bis Instructions. From bis position on horseback Lang very plainly saw his brave wife mount the seat of the Judy wagon and drive through the gate, turning the team in the direction she was told to do. Louis ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 8 February 1906

A TRULY IDEAL VIFE HER HUSBAND'S BEST HELPER Yltroron TTeftlth I the eVri Pmirra cf -owr to lnnplre nd Kuouui Ail WomtB bltould bee-li If. One of the rrvwt not?d. rtnvfnl an.1 tdcheet men of tlil century, in a rwut article, baa Raid, ' N hntevrr I am and whatever miuvm I have attained in t hi world 1 owe all to my w ife. Iron, tho day I firtt knew her ahe baa been an inspiration, and tha tfrcateat, bulp inat of toy life." If I jtirs. Bessie instey J To be noh a imeeeiwful wife, to re tain the love and a-1 miration of her bnthand. to Inspire hiru to make the rnrnt of himarlf, ahould be a womu'i ConttAnt atudy. If a woman fln.1 that her enerjriea are flapvintf. that ahe (Tela eaa'.ly tired, dark shadow appear tinder ht-r eyea, ahe haa backache, headaches, larinjr dowo paina. nervousness, lrrejni!aritic or the bluea. ahe ahould a tart at once to build up ber vstcm by a tonic w iih apeoifk pwerm. anch aa Lydia H I'iuk Lain Vegetable Compound. Following we publish by request A letter fro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 8 February 1906

h A Food to WofEc Oh i LOW RATES VIA Louisville & Nashville RAILROAD TO THE n ft R D I GR AS NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE, PENSACOLA. Ticket mi naif February 21ttnj ami liiciiiilliiK train Bohetliiliil toj arrive at New t)rlcann. Mobile or JVnsiK-iila U'fore noon February iiTtlt limited to return March .'U by depoHit ii ltd payment of 0 cents ex tension of limit can to; wctitvil until March lTtti, l'JOfi. For rate, time tables ami tienutiftilly ilhiHtrated booklet Kiviitu li history of the Mur dl jr.i, HiblreKH, H C Bailey. N W P A. Chicago J E Davenport. D P A. St Louis ' F D Bush. D P A. Clnclnnat J H Milllken. D PA. Louisville C L STONE. Cen'l Pass Aft, Louisville. Ky. CASCATONE C0MP01ND, A Superior Tonjc and Remedy for all Disoaew arising from a disordered condition of the Liver, Stomach and Dowel.?. Cures Indigestion, Sich Head uclie, Diliousness, CoiiKtitm tion, and act.? as a. general tonic in t lie treatment of ner vous debility, cataarh, etc. Price, $1,00 per Bottle, For wale by...

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. — 15 February 1906

t. E RIG I II IB TOM, S3 o volumi: 10 uicn uiu,, Miasouui.TnurjsDAT, FtuucAKY Is, iooa U d KIHO OF ALL LINIMENTS cunzs raizur.iATis?.! and all pain fuici44 t a r 3. s. w ; READ THIS REMARKABLE CURE 'I much Eicted with ihfnmatism, rri!e TA. C. NuJ, Iowaville, Sedgwick Co., Kns, "going tVU o'i crutches tad euiftrinp prtst deal of pain. 1 rn iu.lucrj to try Ballard'a bnow Liaimcnt, hicfj cj:( I inr, oft'.T osinj three 5V bottles. ITISTUiS CXKATKST LINIMENT I EVER USED; htrerec t t:in e:-.'!e l it to enrabef of pe:ons, mil erpresi tV't.iirlTri cs being benefited by It. I cow walk ttjihout crotches, ami am Mt to perlora great C ii of 1 .Lt labor oa the farm." ThTwEE SUES: 25c. 50c AND SI. 00 CALLARD SNOW SI. LOUIS, SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY OPERA DRUG STORE. VJfZ CHA.1CE NO ftt 4 2 ir 4 sxrjr TRADE-MARKS. Dc fimi mKrh VrS f !l 4mc-'Ho ol Ihwndei ' rHCC OPINION is ir-Ukililf. tl'iii l'd 1Bb. MILO D. STEVENS & CO, I4TM STRCCT. WASHINGTON. 0. C T "T t i y i Ho ey .Until Gurcd. (i i. "ii i...

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