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

. " ... w ...... - it - 24 1 ".'CHAPTER II Continued. Wscomrade puffs a little at his ci rpar fl If (o give shnpe to his thoughts. "I -ftw you with the adorable Dora. !aud 3ltew you could not well remem oer'tat such a chap as Dick Denver ;WHfn the universe, so I concluded 1 jmlRt as well make my way home The -hour was late, and without thlnk-Itng-'if the danger I rau 1 look a short 'rut' through some narrow streets but poorly lighted. t "I'm no yarn-spinner, my boy. so yon irnuat excuse me ir I get at the busi Jneas In double-quick ordr. I heard a 'call for help In a woman's voice I ran forward, and Just around a corner saT a cab which had cc.mo to a otcp. Several rough and ragged Iv'.'ows ir Iblc-uses were gathered e:euni; o-jc tfield the horse, another looked after 'the driver, whom I believed to be in collusion with the daring foctpad.s, ielse he would never have driven a lacty ;through these dangerous streets at 'this late hour. "Well, there were four or five of .them, but that ...

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. — 1 March 1906

HAD CATARRH THIRTY YEARS. Congressman Meokison Gives Praiso to Pc-ru-na For His Recovery. CONGRESSMAN MEEKISOM Hon. Parid Mrrkikou, Napoleon, Ohio, District, writes: have used teverml bottles of thereby from my catarrh of the head. I feel encourazed to believe that if I use It m tnort time longer I m ill be fully able to eradicate the diaeaxe of thirty y eart' uanJing." -David Meeklson. A13THEH SENSaTIOUX CURE: Mr. J.b I- tiari.. Galena, Stone county. Mo., writes: " I have been in bait health fur tliirt v vrcn years, and alter lakiiig twelve Kittles of your IV run a I am cured . " Jacob I,. Ib-vvis. If you ill no derive prompt ami satisfactory results from Ihe n-e of Prninft, write at unit to Ir. II ,rt man. ,-ivin(' a full statement of jour cawr, i,.l be will be please, I to e-ive y iii bin valuable advice p-rativ .Vhiress !.-. Harltuaa. President of The Ilartman Sanitarium. Columbus. O. PRICE, f 2JC1I. a AQTheRIPIE TO CURE TYl GtuP : iu nvc rv f, T I GRIP, BAD nto 0 msu rot, xyHl ...

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. — 1 March 1906

V, ' "" ,",'rjr2r-:v?5 ff'K Wanted: District Mutineer to' post signs, lulvertist- and distribute ; ssmples. Salary $iS.oo weekly.) $3.00 per ihiy for expenses. State nee ml present employment. Ideal Shear Co, 39 Randolph St. Chiciigo. tin 1 sj. Pont Neglect Iiiftiirauce. li vnti want good tire insurance, dont forget that 1 represent one ot the best conipan-.es in the United States. - Geo P. Hvckeby. lOW RATES VIA RAILROAD TO THE MARDI CRAS NEW ORLEANS. MOBILE, PENSACOLA. Ticket in mile Kelirunry 21t tit (mil iiieliuliuu: tinltiH neheiluli-il t nrrive t New iricmiw, Motiile r 1 ViiHiii-nIa U-fore noon February 27th limiteil to iv turn March Ii ilfpoxit iiml payment of 50 cent ex teniu of limit can Ik' Kecuretl until Ma nil 17tu. l'JOU. For rate, time tnl)!i'ti :inil lienutlfully llluxtrnted booklet jjivlnic h hintory of the Mar ti! Ur.tw, aildiVHM, H C Bailey. N W P A, Chicago J E Davenport. DPA.&t Lout F D Bush. D P A. Clnclnnat J H Millikcn. O P A, Loulsvitlo C L STON E. Cen t ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 8 March 1906

E IP? TTfOTUr i iLi I I ! volu.mi: ns RICH HILL. KlSSOCKJ.rilUXUtDAY, MAUCII 8, 1900 nrvin k s. 1 f I 1 l mai f j : oiiim PERMANENTLY CURES CONSUMPTION, COUGHS, COLDS, BfTONCHtTtM ASTHMA, SOffC THROAT. HOARSENESS WHOOflNQ COUGH AND CROUP DO NOT DELAY Unt I th draJri on vtrjr v:n rrodn'-M nrmnt r..vn: rv- i,.,.- trcithi.ymach nery is awonderfal system of tube andce.ia. To have food ti." r A. Vf-t if it u; a L .,-Ar V- 1 snA b. i.ci a i cr "congestion cf t.-.a lur.fs." k dr.jerou character wouid bs acpre catJ Ve en a Co:d m.e its appearance usa at one Ballard's ttor sonrtd 5yrep wl vch w;;i ped,'y orcoms it. iPm'5 C4CH CROUP Requir. Prompt Art'an. SNOW LINIMENT r.r.!.ed to tha throat ar.i chest pre wonderful relief, whi; Ballard s Here hound Syrup w .1 ridly stoo tn no ent raxys-r,, cf c .-r- IT IS THE ONLY COUCH REMEDY THAT WILL POSITIVELY CURE WHOOPING COUCH AND CROUP. BEST FOR CHILDREN Mr- Vnit Ad-.ro. Ci;,ithr t. Tv.. wrli: ' I hv. u-l B!lan!' H-.-.-ao-.l Svr.,pkn4 f.n,i u ,-. .iv...

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. — 8 March 1906

&e TRIBUNE ;ko. r. iilckehy i Editors and 'ANN1E U. HL'CKEHY ( Publishers tiicii'iuLir"- .... MISSOURI Perhaps I.ou Dillon fills the nana! requirement of the woman In the case. Reform In Philadelphia must ho genuine when the people are electing women to office. A Txwdon girl of 15 has Just Issued her second book of poems. Some par ents are very Indiscreet. Yob, Admiral Sigbce'a fleet Is going to Leghorn, and the proper I any can call It Llmbhorn If she likes. BonI de Castellane Is to pet $40,0(1(1 a year and all his debts paid for not contesting the divorce. Tough, tough! Gov. Johnson of Minnesota saya any msn ought to be able to live on fid OoO a year. That's what we have always thought. Mr. Balfour has changed his policy. The late elections probably convinced him that something was wrong with the old one. New York legislators are so fierce against racing as to cause suspicion that some of them have been actuated by defective tips. J. Plerpont Morgan has tome cog nac that is wo...

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. — 8 March 1906

NERVOUS DYSPEPSIA A Dstnerately Serious Cat Cured by Or. Willlama' Pink Pill. T!rnr lit to t)n very vi r i;t of strvrviv lion by rim ri jii timi of nil nourishment, hor vitality biiimst destroyed, tin) ii oovery of Mrs, J. A. Wyatt, of No. U."J S.-v-i:'U street, !) Moines, Iowa, f ined b'ij l in. Hit pliysii bum utterly fiilil t renoli tln sent of the. diilbulty and tleiitli must have resulted if she had not pursued nu iiuli nitriil course siifi giH(f h he iiistcr' exericiiic Mr. "Wyutt wit : 1 had puiu iu the region of l'" Iieiirt, Jtfilpitatioii nml suortiios of breath ho that I conhl but walk Very fust. My licnd n lied very badly and I sei7.ed with vomiting spell whenever I took any f.ssl. A ln Tor wan ralle.1 vim pronounced the trouble pAxtritis, but lie, pave, me no re lief. Then I tried a second doctor with out benefit. I'.y tliii lima 1 Intel Iwmiih ry weak. I could not keep the most iehct broth oil my stomach, and nt the end of a month I wu wanely mora tiiau skin and boutj a...

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. — 8 March 1906

ihe Tribune. U:U. i". HI CKKHT, NAMNIK R. Ht'CKKItt. Rtltornit titt.har. barlptliMti flneVaar ..... . Sin Mmik. ... . (I.N i TKttc Monihn . ! Slnlc Coptn . .03 ; p-M omV.c .' Knh Hill, rcuiij da Mall matter j General Siliotield, the lust of tin' j;rcnt commanders in tho civil wnr. is (loud. Hodied tit his homo In St. Autfustino, Florida, in tho seventy lift li your of his ugv. llo is tho ono p'noral with whoso lifo and character tho car toonist never jested, and no word of calumny over touched his ropntat ion. Not a Criticism. t T. K. Lisle, count' recorder. Iji wis W. Moore's Hol der Tel- was in tho city last Friday, try rphono entered noii its Is year ! iny; to knock some of W. ('. Hod la.t. Sat nrda.v ami is proud of its ; den's persimmons or upset some uv. Imij may hi live to speak j of Ed Crahb's fence rows, wc through his Telophono. I are not sure which. But wo call Hodden and (.'rabb's attoi Adrian is trettinjj n-ady for a tion to tho lenl h of Lisle's legs M reet fair and a ...

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

All New The I-inest Line of Milli nery Ever Brought to the City Is now on at the Ba zaar and will be on display on and after Thursday, Friday and Saturday. March 15, 1G and 17. There arc many decided clian's in stylos you should see before pur thasimr. Mrs. Ames has ! nt several days t inlying and purchasing the latest and nobbiest patterns at St. Ijouis. Mis Crabb lias spent tin- winter in the manu facturing department of Fisks. Vir,i wiil In' sure to get what Vi.ii want at our place. As we have bought in large iuanti ties, we get extra reduc tion and (an make the price right. Come and see u. Our dress gls department is equally giod. S. L AMES, tUZUR. t A)V.ki IJKIKFS. Dr. Slater's dental oftioe will be closed hereafter on Monday anil Tuesday. Mi Alice ljiibhas returned from tiii" iily markets and will soon ';n-n up her new spring millinery. Mr-. S. 1). Craig of Lallan'. Kan., :i!!.c in last Friday and visited l. r pa rent s.Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mi l'iiei i.n, and other rela tives, ret...

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 March 1906

; riK Hm U;jr4 iV-, V'1-" K-n1 1 ..- c; Ul OtfrTrzw-jiir. j V ' ' I - ?2Z:X - CHAPTER III Continued. ' ''.-Thi-fii?'li:Wiw,' toi;' Vsterly1', aa.'s the other,, ,anrl' iytitin i f-pr-pri.ed" at tier beauty when blush! creep over, fief cBceks, fort-head afcd nock, while at the same time she fels ar Htifhv'f jirjfyp of thi Caitf.f.n. -jirf. VM Vtafliow 4emlnl : her. t a beautiful. tiKrests.JMn-tyig, and 'wi'h theathed claws, yet" ready fco: make, trrrtbl:ptiia.". Ur .nddetiy arouped. when lightning can flash frjrn i'auline Is Impressed bv the git "Tell me how I ran return the ""TIP, I" VI T Tu7TneTfaT!V17rTo biT, f the name time wonderlnp why, the - kuouM fchiTer-'fo. a thoHch ' a1 ci4! draiieM ad crept in t-tie; window! j 'i (. 'Tardoir, cnrlu; you will think, lie-, 'indelicate;' but J'oii have (seep . sotnV" V thltijr'or Mexlci, and yoii' knowr 1 her : wcMTien;-ai'ie'tmpuslv. fiere in. thrlr Joves, and yet, .true as steel. You won 1 der what this has fo do with the. favor I atn abost...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 8 March 1906

i; TWO OPEN LETTERS IMPORTANT TO HARRIED WO.ML7I Wn. Mary rMmrolck of Waahlne-ton tail liow Lydia K. Plnkharo'a Ve?labla Compound Mads liar Wli ,v ll i witn prrnt rueaanrsi tea rmblbvh l the following lette-ra, a they convino . j j.... .j iivuii " a ,o w i tunny tuuoa waeta In our oolunina that Air. ff rj. Alary Dim mick Pinkham, of Lynn. Mum., U fuliy quail f ml t n tri ve hr 1 p f ii h.d t ice to sick vv otuco. lieail Mr. IHmmk-k'a letter. Her first letter: Dear Mrs. Flnkhams " 1 have two a nilT.r-r fir th past eljrht T-nn with a tnniblo which firt originated from jiainful rw-nods tlt puirtft wers fimw i ating. with in flam mat inn ami ulocrntiemnf tlw lTui organs. 1 tie dic Bays I must hav an tf-xratjirn or I ranrxit llvn. I do not want tosuUuit to an ortinrtt if I can .ibly arcai it. r)" help n ." ilra. Alary lrimmi. , Wa-hingtou, 1). C Her aeoond letter ; IVar Mrs. Fink hams Yon will n-rnrinrier my CMndltlnt W I lact wrrt you, ami thai' tba d. -tr aa: 1 I mirwt bara an oorwrion...

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. — 8 March 1906

&7 i. ii The Food of a 10W RATES VIA RAILROAD TO THB M R R D I G n Jl S NEW ORLEANS. MOBILE, PENSACOLA. Ticket on sale Iehrtmry "lsr to and Includlni; trnlim scIh.Ium'.I to arrive nt New Orleans'. ioli!Ie or 1 ViiHiH-ol.-t ls-fore noon February liTtli limited to return Mivrch :S: by deposit iiihI payment of ."( cents ex tension ofiiudt run le secured until Miin li 17tli. l'or rutin, time tables and Is-nut ifuliy illiisi.ra ted booklet ri v intr a history of tin Mar tli ( ir.is, address, H C Eailcy. ItWPA, Chkstfo J C Davenport. D PA, St Louis- r D Bush. D P A. Clncinnat J H Mlll.ksn. D PA. Louisville C L STONE. Uun'l fast Aft. Loulsvlllo-Ky . CASCAIQNE C0MP01ND, A Supi'iiof Tunic mid Kennedy for nil I)is'uH'j iris'iiii from ti tlisordvml condition of tlm Liver, StouiHch ami Howel. Cures Imlii!i.'tiii, S'uli Head-;u-hr, Hiliousiu'ss, C'onstipa tioii, iitul tuts as a K'fiifiuL tonic in tin1 treatment of ner vous tleliihtv, cat.iarh, ete. True, $1,00 per Bottle. For salt ley all De...

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. — 15 March 1906

Tf i volumi; t BICU UILL, mSSOUXU. THURSDAY, MAKCI1 5, l&OO 39. r RICE WW a r ' hi a ii JLJhLid. KING OF ALL CJ?XS IU .UMATISM atomic., I HEAD THIS REMARKABLE "I r tncrb afHicted with rheumatism, writes VA. C. Nud, Iowaville, Sedjjwick Co., Kioui, "going ' fc'uut on crutches and sulicrirjg preat deal of pain. I w as induced to try Ballard! Snow Liniment, mhich cttr,l me. after cin? three V bo'f.e. ITISTHli CKKATU3T LINIMENT I EVUR USED; hare rec ommended it to canjrer of peraona, all eipres themselves a being benefited by it. I now walk without rrutcbet, and asa able to periona great 3-al of light labor on the (arm." THTLEE SIZES: 25ct 50c AND $1.00 BALLARD SNOW LINIMEJSTCO. ST. uuu. u. & A. SOLO AND RECOMMENDED BY OPRA DRUG STORE. VJC CHARGE NO FEE HktiL IMF ft ic iim.in i s TRADE-MARKS. E1c f 4 i.r 94 4ccni f IaitM! far miC OPINION la tt-iU.i'li. CwD.:ridt nte ccrfrdtfttiat. f i jf ed 1864. rsKckrt at (kuii, C'rvfi, P.trv.t, Kim r? (,IIL.O Uc- J 4TM STREET. VVA HIN3T0N. 0....

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. — 15 March 1906

a Wc TRIBUNE m. v, hi! ki;hv XV Editor (nil KI.HV ( publisher J A N N 1 10 It. HI I JUt'lMlluT"."'" HfKHOUU I ft rtim to n jrr-nrnlttc for th bleb r lift) i ha. xMiuijr women r Ukluf Up lialiooliliigT Tha irieiit Irai.bl with tiring it rash tiiJi t U that you hava no credit when Hur cash riii whorl. "Are we clvlllted?" tekt Vrt,t. Tit? It. m l illiiw your Judgment to be warped by I (dated tam-i. The Hiok n.riil for cleaner money lit all rlt'tll, llll It kllltllld Ire !l!. j.h ii lirl by a sit-in demand for mora of 1L Rome H-..,!f actually eeru to be 1 i sh 1 1 jx . 1 1, i r-.l herauau Ftame l.ai i lniiigtd prt-ahlent without a rvulu lii.n. Johann Hoi li declared tliHt lie died an Innocent iisan. The morn Import ant queHilnii, however, 1, did lm live that way? Woiinin, my FuMa, th Herman lln rljshi, U fust In imi'li-in iirl Well, modern art lii realistic Bin) trua )() I.Btiile However, Mansfield may i aerloua about Ir. Vim K-Hnii. I. t-r tlmt ,i.ihcr actor, J lot Jeff ilea, rt-tirril...

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. — 15 March 1906

SHOULD A HORSE BE CUPPED? bub TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS WHO WAS In Linen and PonQtt. Costumes of linen and ton are tVip'aj ed In tbe Kiilotm of famous Kren h es'al llnhnient, havlr.p tunic skirts ami a charming new variety of bodice. The tunic lo c;very Instance Is outlined with uinKnlficent lace ap plique or embroidery. The bodice consists of a lftce underbloose over w hlch tbe dress material Is drape i In plastron effect, the front ami back be ins Joined by narrow bias bands run rlnR aliout parallel with the bust line under the arms. A noted example of this style la an afternoon frock in ratural color pongee trimmed with heavy ecru lace embroidered In red silk. This lace borders the graceful tiversklrt. failing In points at the front, allies and bark. The skirt Is gauged scantily about the waistline and fastens under a plrdle cf crushed cherry-red satin. A narrower bor der of the skirt trlmniinn outlines the front and back of the draix'd bodice. faMInc over, the lace undcrblousc. The nec...

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. — 15 March 1906

The Tribune. UtAI. I. Mtt'KKBV, WANNIH It. HH'KII1. Senator ..aliinger' has intro duced a bill to make the salary of the president S7.', ); ice presi- lcilt. Sle.lUXl; speaker of the house, S!,o,; members of the "'nspieuously iimo assertion or i no Kopuolu An ln.,.rtH..t."OfrW' I RABBIT-HUNTINC COYOTES. St. lonis Democratic paper cabinet, sir,tkk, ;ni(l Oft Y .... Sl Month- .. I Three Monlhv.. ..a I Sin.t Cf . , and representatives senators '.t0 .03! Enttrrrf i.:uvI.m lo tfe nl Cori I" Con! tMler.tte Itriii.toti. po.iotr-ci Ki tiina. cb. . W i in l onfedcrntc ivi unioii ut I)ui.s primaries when .the Folk- ' j New Orleans this year will be in ! ts vvill be bitterly opposed by minimal Labor. are ahvavs in these days' all nrohahilitv the o-nmt.t .r.tii. i tlu Anti Folkites 1, ,, , . v- v . . ' Print" llf lT.li.nftKtlvilo t ae.nw ! and manual laW: we want one j tvrr v,'t llf"kl- Thomas man t. le always thinking and j ( "S'H has received not iee from anotin r t. U- always working. ! Stat...

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. — 15 March 1906

Fire! Fire! Fire. As a result of our .severe water damage we let fire do the rest. This morn ing we burned over loU hats, 1'owers, Ac, on Park Avenue in front of otir store. These good were damaged by water und unlit to offer to our customers. We have made a clean sweep of all damaged goods. The hats alone nt one time were worth from $2.50 to 10.0 but to put our selves beyond the accu sation of keeping dam aged goods, we have publicly burned them. Thursday, friday and Satorday this week w e w ill have on display the largest and most up-to-date line of millinery ever shown in Kicli Hill. We spare no pains to please, and w ith Miss Crabb at the head of our millinery depart ment the public will be assured of a square deal, low price and best goods. Ladies call. S. L AMES, BVZWR. f KOCAUIIUEFS. I ""' Mrs. W. CStonobrnker arrived home Monthly from u visit to her daughter Mn. -J. Cowan at Mineral Kan. We have a lull lir of cm (or IIo'r. Sftk or Sale !5ill. htn yuu Wiiii onvhii c of ti e k...

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. — 15 March 1906

mm BAT1L'0M e"7M.ay tX:rjr.,oi-y CHAPTER III Continued. "So they mot before sundown In the park, and the colonel bad me hid den away among the bushes where I could see It all. As he was the chal lenged jtarty and had the voice of weapons, his second, Mr. Denver, un wrapped two Urge Clubs. I think they were of the stuffed species I have seen them use on the stage. A consultation was held, and finally the two men stripped off th' ir coats, and In their ahiit-s-ers ' dropped on their knees and began belaboing each other. Oh! Miss Pauline, you would have died laughing to have seen them the professor was so hot tem pered and earnest, the colonel so cool and making the most of it. "They kept It up until almost ex hausted and covered with dust, then the seconds solemnly declared the first round was a draw. After that came the terrifying part; but Colonel Hob had warned ine. I saw them walk fifteen paces they turned and at a given signal from the seconds, who had retired behind trees at dis...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 15 March 1906

l!abltforming Medicines Whatever mr be the fact e to many of ilia ao-calinil patent medicine ems. talnlns; Injurious iuK-rtslienl a bmadly publlaiind iu some jnunials of mora or leas luDuem-a, this publicity has certainly ben of treat Interest In arousm' noutied attention to this suojact. It h, la a fiiUierble tnoMurn, reultsi iu th ni'wt lutvilir" people viMdui su a foods and uiiKlit'lne a mar tx fairly au prl4wl of containing tbe lujtiH'mi ln(T (Jinnts complained of. ltiKi,!in this fae. mini tune aifo, lr. Vierce, of riufralo N. Y., "took lima by the firrUx;k," as it were, and piitlihid broadcast nil tbe tnirrtdietit of wuicn his popular tnrdi ctnes arc onnipnaed. Thu ha ha cvm liilly forestalled ail harping tnlki and all opposition that miifht otherwise he nnred airainat bia tnediciuea, because they ara 110 or asowsj comi.tmos. Fur thermore, from the formula printed on every bottle wrapper. It wi.l be e-n that thcaa niedicinea contain no alcohol or cllitrr habit-tormina; urtur. N...

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. — 15 March 1906

. 1 H f 'I I ; n i I i i teaches you many truths: That soda crackers 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 LOW RATES 'VIA 1 ' RAILROAD TO THE HARDI GR AS NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE, PENSACOLA, 'rii-k..fd f.ti k ti t.. Wlirnarr 1tf f .mid im-ludin trains wIuhIiiU-I to' ;trrive at New Orleunx. Motiiie or I'eiis.'K-oia lM-for' noon February !! tli limited to return Mureli :i; hy ileposit anil piiynient if "0 centu ex tension of limit can Ik Hi-cured until March Kill. liXK;. For rutin, time! tabW ami U-autifully illiihtrateil booklet nivin;r a tiitory of the Mar ill (ir.iH, addrettM, H C Bailey. N W P A. Chicago J C Davenport. D P A. St Louit F D Bush. D P A. Cirwinnat JH Mllliken, D P A. Louisville C L STONE, Cen'l Pass AC, Louisville. Ky. CSCAT0E COV.PCLNO, A Superior Tonic and Kemedy for all Diseases arising from a disordennl cond...

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. — 22 March 1906

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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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