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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 5 April 1906

y v 11 staTedke CHAPTER VI. Continued. "Let me go." says Ms friend. "I'm the younger, and besides mjr weeds have run out, and t csn't buy any this side of that cigar Btore on the Champa ie Mars. I'll bring some down with me also jour (ruaut watch, for you've acted confoundedly queer all the af ternoonjust like a mariner without his compass, by Jove!" with which remark he runs off up the steps of the house, while Dick leans against a post and waits for him, smiling: at the allusion to his uneasiness, and wondering whether It was the ab sence of bis watch of something else, that has made him feel like a ship minus a rudder. He stands there for Just five min utes, and then hears sounds that cause him to turn. What meets his vision amazes Dick a trim figure of a man if.as recently left his side, and here comes a demoralized specimen Tying idown the stairs, waving his hand wildly above his head, and presenting something of the appearance Dick has eeen when this same New Mexican sheriff w...

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 April 1906

PERKINSARRESTED A WARRANT CHARGING LARCENY IN THE INSURANCE CASE. IS TO BEJJEST CASE Tht proceedings Have Been Taken In tha Supreme Court Already on Writ of Habeaa Corpus. NEW YORK. -(Jeorse W. Perkins, member of the firm of J. I Morpaa tt Co., former ly Ice president of the New York Life Insurance company lias been technically placed under ar rest In the proceedings which District Attorney Jerome In.s begun to test .legality of political contributions by Insurance companion. The warrant was Issued, upon tnfor .tnatlon presented to Police Maglntrate Mors and the allegations upon which It Is based, on the transfer of $18,701 of the funds of the New York Life Insurance company to Cornelius N. Bliss, treasurer of the Republican national committee In 1504 .in which It Is charged th-. Mr. Perkins receiv ed the money from the Insurance company and paid it over to Mr. Bliss, Released From Custody. Imediutely after his arrest Mr. Fer- Hn. through his consul, IvOtils A. Pels- field served a ...

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 April 1906

A Food to Woii On Work! Work!! Work!!! Lots of energy is needed to keep up the pace. In the struggle, the man with the strong body and clear brain wins out every time. The man oi to-day needs something more than mere lood ; he needs a food that makes energy a food to work on. Although some people may not realize it, yet it is a fact, proved and established beyond doubt, that soda crackers and this means Unseda DiSCUlt arc richer in muscle and fat-making elements and have a much higher per cent, of tissue-building properties than any other article of food made from flour. That this is becoming known more and more every day is attested by the sale of nearly 400,000,000 pack ages of Unoeda DiSCUit, the finest soda cracker ever baked. An energy-giving food of surpassing value sold in a package which brings it to you with all the original flavor and nutriment perfectly pre served. Truly the food to lrork on. Whoever you arc whatever you arc wherever you work Uneeda Biscuit. NATIONAL BISC...

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 April 1906

.MM RICH HELL TMBUIIo KICII HILL, MI&SOUIU. TUUltSDAY, AI'ltlL. 12, ItWO 5. :m 'THE MODEL" ha.? j- i ; : tik-ed a new line of St.?.-: il:ts, ard we want eve. y ! "y in Rich Hill to n ..- a e. Our ijui:uss Methods R ' .v..! t.-ustwo.thy ner- at ur-.foi-mly low " ". T. J sre us be 1C9S r:nfdict & White. Sec ou.- bt v.:'ifj! display of Ka : r 1 S Easter Clucks, Easter Ii..bb'rs, carter Ribbons anil s-plmJU tso. tment of ritPch Ticijc Crepe and Bev eled r..r :r 'C' Easter decora tions. A ho a fv'-l line of i;o; !. t j r.icst the demancs of all. at F. me dills. iiiii -Tim - , Lirii 1 ill ml PERMANENTLY CURES CONSUMPTION, COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS ASTHMA. SOKE THROAT. HOARSENESS WMOOPINQ COUGH AND CROUP DO NOT V-.:. c dri ri ca y'jr tytTe-n rraducM r nry i a wcr.Jerf j ystem cf tubes and cei!. To harassed hii- t n-. la k t in CJd crder. ttrxs, . :( i wii i "a by i.'s proper nma cf "throat inflammation cr "congestion cf t:;a lur.gs." its dar.fierous character wou'.J a-pre-cv-.'i. V...

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 April 1906

C.EOKC.K T. Hl'CKEIlYEdltor and WAN ME It. 1 1 I CKElt Y, Publishers, lllCII IULU MISSOURI. fioni has taken to absinthe, lint will hardly deteriorate. Fnlnt heart ne'er won fair lady nor did much of Anything else. Morocco would greatly oblige a fa tigued world by backing off the map. Kins Alfonso has pone to the. Canaries possibly to build himself a test. Spring Is here. This yer'g hat botes are avallabln as steamer trunks when their original mission has been fulfilled. In proof that it la becoming a truly western nation Russia reports a few sensational cases of bank looting. Unfortunately several of the re. pons of the killing of the Georgia peach crop seem to have been true. No, Elvira, the statement that a man In London paid $6,000 for an orchid is not a case of simplified spelling. Money Is "easy" In London, as Is natural In view of the near advent of the flood of gold-bearing American tourists. An eloping couple frcm Ruffalo were married in an undertaker's shop. They realized, ...

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 April 1906

IS t i V 2Y f 5101JOPGC 9 " CHAPTER VII. Continued. j Food he aL'Hlij thrust half his wiry ! body out jf the window, ami tun hi? j tiea-d talking to the Jehu, to whom he j probably gives or. lets, fur It w ill hard- j Jy do thtm to stop directly In front of j the madhouse, unless some desperate ' plan has IiH'd Buti? ! ui n. I "We are there" annom.rts !. Fran- ! cois. I The vl,lf!t h.il-s. and ae th Jorr ! ii 0 in d the Ihrei- men hasten to find ' a huiditiK iim the p.o emeiit. "You wlli remain lure-a'.l n'cht it I we !o not co-r.e pay t:i he u;e." and the ftcrtt auetit of the '-ifi';t ; fhows his silver liadue to th as'ou- ' ihed Jeh'i. who hows and ileeian s 1: la r ii'inKD' '"a to ttay ir,!il Cci! rU I 1low l.lit trutrp If necessary, know liiR full well ttiR! 1,U nimsln r Is in ! the po-m i-slim of the tK 'nt. and that ; hl K ne will hp ret iiked. or een j further" I unhhirer.t ineled i:t to hiui If lie d.ileS disohey. ! '-Tl.i! way. iie sh i:r." ro:i:es the Voire nf the R.-cret ...

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. — 12 April 1906

i 4 The Tribune. UKU. P. IIK KKllV, NANSIK K. "I t K1C11T. $ahcirlptlpKti !. I Three Moolh I Si hlnnth .00 I Single Copie. , F.n.trl n..i.ltif to the cl of Cfntln the p,,l oIIkc i Ku.h Hill. uil eU bi.II "" Y..s uehive been tellin" theipnts butter on his pie" which es.vvcliavc uctn unm,, ioc i i Kiiole for some years past that in ten or twelve years more, the Kepublican party would be the defenders of the doctrine of State's rights, and so they will. Not the Democratic brand of State's rights however, but the . . i i.i:.... .. real out genuine iiciuuiicio brand Who are now bowling t aciett me usual rounne ousiness most loudly for vrovenunent regiofa first meeting for the cam illation or railroads? Democrats, j ln,1Nt illl)H)1,!nt ium above a!ltl.,n-s. what the par Who h,wl.,l most lustily for thejof husiwss was tIl(. , ! X ikJs in this distn, t. .e.,v..rni,,ent to Mcii in and savei .. . .. I .M r. I biles has all the re.iiisites " , ,. , ' the south from the yellow ftwer, , . ,,rii,...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 12 April 1906

SLIPPERS! SLIPPERS! SLIPPERS! We have laU'ly received 7 cases of the finest slip per and oxfords ever brought to Kich Hill. We can certainly suit you in size and price. Call and see them. Our Elzee and King II hats are certainly the hats that please the la dies, for they are ffoing very fast. Our stock of dress poods is certainly complete in every particular. Don't forget that ev ery Friday is KEMNANT DAY. We have just added a telepnone to our stuck, and our num ber is 110. Call us up when you want any thing in our line. S. L AMES, BAZAAR. Phone No. 110. LOCAL URIEFS. j Subscribe for TuuTjuncs t. Sunday and Monday were fair, with wind on a tear. Dr. Slater's dental office will be closed hereafter on Monday and Tuesday. We hive full lixt of cult for llo'ic, Slock or Sale UitU. When you went anything of the kind call t the Tames oiiice. Mrs. Kobert Uraham and daughters, wore in the city Mon day shopping ajid looking after business matters. Chas. A. Lane shipped a car Wd of cattle and ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 12 April 1906

13 A Pretty Tloor Covering. Ilrnr (1 denims have proved won Icrfuily satisfar tin) for liink'. us nil tort of inexpensive furnishings, th lewest use of Alt being for a floor Mvoring. The discovery was an out come of necessity, as so many house Sold discoveries are. There vt) a little room which 'was larpetcd with one of those utter mon f. rositles. In which cabbage roses of a violent pink were blooming only too luxuriantly. The little woman who Inhabited It was driven to despair fvory time she looked at It atid finally to Invention. She look plain blue denim and made l rug of It. finishing It with a wide border of figured denim the jsanie shade of tine for a foundation, with the weave shifted to throw the lighter threads to the surface, here and there, la Ret figures. Tarked Into place, which meant over that carpet, it chanced the whole character of the room. A Useful Slip. In the wardroom of every woman who make any pretensions to dress there should always be one white silk Blip, m...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 12 April 1906

!! IS SPREADING RUlii MOUNT VESUIVUS CONTINUES IN VIOLENT ERUPTION. PEOPLE FLEEING TO SAFETY TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS A LIVING DEATH. Boseatrecaie Depopulated by fall ol Asrteo Strearr of Molten Lava Flowing Down Mountain Side. NAPIJCS. Mount Ysuv!ug is a critical l)izit r imil the town of Iios-eatr-rase, on It k southern dwltvlty, lias been transform! d Into a priiy In land of ruin by the ashes from the .rrdtrr of the volcano. Torrents of :)tii(J fire, tesrmt.litiK. In the distance, serprnrs w ith k!!! ninjr yellow ami Muck scales, are coursing in all direc tions, amid rumblings, detonations .and earth tremblings, while a jiall oi sulplmt oi:s smoke that hovers ovei all makes lin athlnr difficult. The streams of lava lire resistless. They snap like i p sterns the trunk of chestnut trees litindietls of jeais old, and blight !th their torrid breath the blooms on Hie jitach trees before the tree themselves have b-n reached. The molten stream do not spate the home of ite.-isnnts, and tthen t...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 12 April 1906

1 The Backbone of a Mighty Nation v7 a E I I 1 Meeting of Tomudiip Hoard, j : KirM Wednesday niter fir! Tuw-1 " 1',r"- . 1 iri 1 in-siuiy alter Hrvt MouJ.-iy KAI. .s EA K.O , V) IN ,'IIKIOIptl r ..... , ,. ... ..... ... . . ' linni .Niomi.iy OI .sovpiuuer Ol j nw .1 car jiv uiuce 01 me townsutp clerk, j HALF FARE PLUS S2.00 VIA for Round Trip Tickets Louisville & XaslniQe RAILROAD To Nearly All Points la ALABAMA, UKOKGIA, KEN- TL'C'K V, MISSISSIPPI, VIK-j (il.MA, NOKTlf AXl SOUTH CAItOLIXA, TENSI-XSKK. Tiikctfi on mile March ntn and April :'.d tut;l 17th. ol returning 21 ln.vn from datt of mle. l'orftirther Inforiun tion. consult your local ticnt or ad lie.-8 C L 5T0SC. Gcn l Pan Agt. Louisville JCy. Don t Ni;lec't Iuxurauce. It vou want good fire insurmicc, dont furcrvt ihtit I reorescnt one ot the best comnansei in the United Stutts. GtO. 1. Hl'CKKUY. CASCAIONE C0MP01AD, A Superior Tonic and Remedy for all Diseases 'iristng from it disordered condition of the Liver, Stomach an...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 19 April 1906

s u M h j T77 1 ll jii. 1 Ao volumi: 10 BICII HILL, mSaUIU.TIIUH30AY, APRIL 10, 1SKMJ 5o. :j t RICH ribuh: 'THE MODEL' has just received a new line of Street Hats, and we want every lr.dy in Rich Hill to have one. Our Business Methods Reiiarle and trustworthy mer chandise at uniformly low prices. Call Mid sec us be fore buying. We turned out lots of work list week, but are still able to suj-.ply your w arts for any thing in the hue of Milli nery. Cor.e in and examine our stock before you buy. Benedict & White. KING OF ALL CURES RHEUMATISM AND ALL PAIN m. W wwi mutt, er, nmiti, Mnt, icM, f B B h--y Z-jma ri 010 ut, caic. la c, iicikhi, iuho I .IJ ii " mW Tie w'l, cotson utciti, mr m m warn t,itt, ooa KvB.irt imif w.tiu, noirit nuT.eottat, aunma. CNtcatAiaa, Mwtjuaauiimaa mm m u(i. READ THIS REMARKABLE CURE "I was much afflicted with tbearaatino, writes I'd. C. Nud, lowavUSe, Sedjwick Co., KariMt, "going aUut on ct utchea and auritriog great deal of rain. I was induced ti try Ilal...

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. — 19 April 1906

'Ll3HiMiM KANSAS CF.ORC.n P. lU CKF-BY,. Editor and NANNIE U. Ht'CKKHY, f Puhiishers. 1UCII UU.U MISSOURI. Truth About the Chinese, If every American could visit Chin the question of Chinese Immigration would soon be settled upon a perma nent basts, for no one can become ac quainted with the Chine coolie with out recognizing the Impossibility of opening the doors of our country to him without Injustice to our own la boring men, demoralization to our so cial Ideas, Injury to China's reputation among im, and danger to our diplo matic relations with that country, says William J. Bryan, In Success Magazine. 1 made it a point to inqt)!reamong the Chinese whom I met. In order to ascertain the real sentiment back of the boycott I had heard of students being subjected to harsh regulations at ports of entry, of travelers humili ated by confinement In uncomfortable theds, and of merchants treated rude ly, and I supposed that these things had aroused the resentment. I found, however, that 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. — 19 April 1906

HANCOCK AND GRANT. delation Between th Two Soldiers Wa Always of th Closest Friendship. Adam Iladeau gles the following Inures! In account in the Chicago Tribune of the relations of these two freat soldiers Hancock and (.rant were at West I'oint together. They were good friends there, aril Hancock used to all his future thief bv the familiar nbknanie of "Sam (irant." Long af terward during the Wilderness cam paignIt was the day after the (treat n'ts'k at S;xttsylvan!a. when Han cock reported -I have finished up Johnson an 1 am now going Into Karly." Grant nominate,! Hincock for brigadier g'neral in the regular army. Hancock i ememherc'I the oil r. !s-l,m hip of cadet times, and said to the! !,,..... ... .i. . . . , . i who told m , e " ; who old him the n,ws. I loe h-m The rcuarl as mutual. At one moment In the battle of the Wllder ncm th!ug looked very dark: Warren whs driven tick to the center, anl a riioh of htracv'.cr cane hurry In In toards (irant's head(iiarters with i.ews tha...

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. — 19 April 1906

The Tribune. UKO. I". IIUHKHY. NASMIC II. IH OKKIIf . Kitltiir. si ttIUttr. Vui ... Sl Mvnthv.. utcrlpttMiHti LOO I htrt Month. .... talk than usual and the commit too on Merchant Marino an. I Fisheries has l)oen 1 1 11 " is jj: a niunler of sessions this week at one of which I'M win l 'ramp, of the tirni of the same name, testi tied, to the astonishment of the nated economy in the service. There has been some talk over the announcement of Kussia that the I labile IVace Conference wouhl be held in July at the time that the Pan American Con ference was was to he hehl in . ..Ui.uuui ..i rt... m.im' lean steel aoioiul. piMOttl l "vn-'i most iooile who hcartl him, j llrazil. All of t h Knglish pa- os ' that the cost of steeie in A meri-1 pers immediately pointed out i ca was no creator than of Amer- that this w as an intentional in- Maxim Corky, the Russian 1'his certain- j siilt to America on the part ol ly was at variance with the facts j Russia. Such an interpretation as understood l...

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. — 19 April 1906

WE WANT 0U . . . To Trade With Us, You can find in our store everything you need in the way of Ladies' Fur nishings, from Hat down to Shoes. Our stock of Dress Goods is more than complete. Come in - and look it over. We are sure we can please you. We received this week a nice line of white slip pers. We have them in all sizes. Don't forget that every Friday is REMNANT DAY. 5. L AMES, BVZUR. PHONE NO. 116. LOCAL BRIEFS. Mrs. J..!, n M. Scott is report ed dangerously ill. She has been sick for many weeks. We have a full lit of cuts for IIoe. Snck or Sale Bill. When ou wi'Mi il.ii-c of the kind ciH ( the Tk I liL'NK titiice. .1. W. Irwin, the sawmill man, who Ins been iijuier the weather fur some time past was able to he up tow n Monday. Mrs. Moore, who has been vis iting with Ki v. W. Iittin and daughter. 'r. ll.ittie CotTinan for some time returned toiler lioine nt Nevada. Monday. I'nele lli'.lv ltan'y U reported to he iUiti' sick and not exiH-cted to live, lb- has been seriously alV...

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. — 19 April 1906

5rr:nimiE iyai-hhwav VyVO 4r'W:iiiY I CHAPTER VIII. Continued. "Tell Dr. Glrard a member of the American family of Astorbllt Is pres ent, und desires to transact some very Important business with Mm." says the representative of M. Prefect, la French. The man becomes humble, and In vites thera in; he looks curiously at Hob. Into whose elbows each of the others has crooked an arm. Just as though he Is used to such sights, and Immediately guesses that It is on this person's account these gentlemen come to the Retreat by night. When he has seated them In what appears to be an office or study, he. leaves the room. They pass a few words of caution, but keep their po sitions. Bob standing between the chairs of the others, his arms folded In defiance, and with the attitude of a Napoleon in front of his judges. Ah! someone comes probably the proprietor of the Retreat the three make ready to play their parts it will only be for a little while, as they In tend to surprise the worthy Glrard wit...

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. — 19 April 1906

V I r STOP, WOMAN I i AND CONSIDER ' T1!G ALL IMPORTANT FACT l nai in iwiireKS Injy Mrs. 1'ink liam you are con fhiiiiff your private Ills to a woman woman whose experi ence with women's dis eases covers great juan V years. Mr, linknam is the c'.anchter-in - Inw of I.vilia K. i'iiikliaro, md lor many voars timler herd irect ion, and since her dp craw. she has been aulvisinir siik wo Many women f-ufTcr in silence ooil drift aloti(r from bad to wort, knowing full well that they onjrht to hare immediate askist njice, but a natural modesty impels thi'tn to shrink from espohiotT thrm aelvrs to the questions and probable eiaminationa of even their family physician. It is unnecessary. Without money or price yon can consult wo man whose knowledge from actual el wrienee la great. Mrs. Plnkham's Standing Invitation. Women snfferinfr from any form of female weak ness a re Invited to promptly communicate with Mm. I'inUham, at Lvnn, M ivv II letters are received, opened, read and answered by wom...

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. — 19 April 1906

Every Mece and of HALF FARE PLUS S2-00 VIA ror Kouna irjp i lexers. Louisville & .Nashville RAILROAD To Nearly All Points In ALABAMA, (iKOKGIA, KK Tlt'KV, MISSISSIP1M, VIK UINIA, NOUTI1 AXl SOUTIl! CAItOLINA, TENSI1SSEK. TkUets on Kale March -Otli Hint April -".il nml l'tli. ool ri-turniu 21 layn from ilatc of sale. 1'orfurtlier iufoniia 1 iuii. eoriKult yourloeul agent or at-Mrens C L STONE. Ccn'l Past Agt, touiville,Ky. Don t trlect IuKurauce. It vou want ;oid lire irmirnnce, dout lorKft that I trprescnt one ot the best compnn:es in the Unitril States. ()KO. 1. IIvckkhv. CSCAIOVE COMPOIAD. A Superior Tonic and Kcmcdy for all I)iseascs n isin from a disoidej'ed condition of lh: hiver, Stomach and toel. Cures Indigestion, Sich lleail ache, liiliousiiess, Constipa tion, and acts as a general tonie in thi'treatment of ner vous debility, cataarh, etc. Price, SI.00 per Bottle. For .vile by all Dealers, and CuMcaloiu Medicine 'oiiiuu', o mil St., lCich Hill. Mo. Our Clubbing Rates. T...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 26 April 1906

Hi BUMS S - t,,l ... mJLm -J:--. - i 1 LJIU. 0 UICU HILL, MlSHOUKI.THLJtyOAY, AFltIL '-'0, 11KG. SO. T -TT 5 WE CHARGE NO FEE xCJ t",,,L ,!'e IS AUOKED TRADE-MAKES, Etc; R,fld fo.igH Ifcp". -..! tff 5Cftrj!' c! In., nticf Uf FREE OPINION to ptlmUeilrtf. Ccrtnponil"ce confidnt;!. EeaUuroS 1364. Brlchrt t Ch.ooo. Cl!ln, Of(ri. MILD B. STEVENS & CO. (4TM STRECT. WASHINGTON. O. C DR. G. N SHARF 'l ow"",,'l Organization Knock Out. iick;;ist i The following will bo f inter 'est to our readers, as it indi- An. I Muiinl.ietiirrr f I'itlnilj' I r'lii-(! ! meeh.ttely come in and settle! Don't for get tho Contest at the with Mr. Johnson, the county . Walnut St. M. E. Cliarch totilght. clerk, for aU school money in his , w-.tt . pi .s.sess ion belonging to anyt i ill ;i ( -lion tL.t it ;ir- MiiLtms cat es t lie full m .) and etioet oi i district the same way thai i.- it k . ir.v It. M'.'l'h't,e ivt-rnt Supremo Curt decis-' the trustee, here to-fore, should s i.i .m; i:i:mi;iy. .. . , .....:...

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