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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 3 October 1907

The Tribune CK.O. 1. Ill I KKPY. N.IVMS 11. lit KK!V, I '.ill (rs und I'uMiHhor. Subscription jrlie $1.00 rur jt-nr. WIATHIA M0Vt IN CYC'S. f 33 Year Figure; (om 8elenl.sH. by i:ntTiMl f.t tbo Wen 1 111 yoft otfice n nK:ond clans tnutUr. The 2-ccnt fare lias como to 6tay. The railroads may kick and ry attorney fees all they want to tut the 2-cent fare will stick. The people of Vernon county jjti e fcuing to vote cn the question of local option in the near future and we shall not bo surprised if it carries by a good round ma If Chairman Dickey succeeds in petting Kush C. Lake to act as Secretary of the Republican State Committee there will be no monkey business about the sec retary's office. Nothing but straight goods will cminate from flush Lake. Of course President Roosevelt will approve the Oklahoma constitution- It secures to the peo ple a Republican form of govern ment. They have voted for it by a large maiority and if they can stand it the rest of us ought to be satisfied. Non-...

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. — 3 October 1907

IN GUERRILLA DAYS. The Express Messenger Tails How He saved the Money on the Train. "I ran tbroufrh Kentucky io 1SSI and "63, on the Kentucky Central, and had to. make mime 'short turns' In or der to keep company money out of the hand or the guerrillas." Thus spoke Jamt'i G. New-land, one of the oldest expressmen lu the oouu try. He now runs between Cincinnati anJ flttsbure, over the Little Miami and J'anhandls railroads, handling as much cash buslrcss, I dare say, as any through messenger In the service Mr. Ne-wland was en route to Chi cago, renewing acquaintances, and. It was while he was stopping at the Tre mont house, Wabash, Ind., that the oorrei-pondent of the Chio:t(;o Inter Ocean was Introduced to the old pen tic r:inu, who, a lilt!" later, warnMne, up to tho subject of his experiences oa I tho railroad as expressman, contin ue t: "At one time I lny In my car a whole day fit North lienson. K, while tie guerrilla on the other side of the town and the garrison In a federal for...

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. — 3 October 1907

THE RICH MILL TRIBUNE HUCKL'IlY & lIUCKiniY, Publisher. ciai;de A. FROWN. LMitor. mat hill. Missouri. A nnn lin't necessarily bald b caiif be tins no heir. A low lying country does not l$d to Lave low-lying people. A po&t may nut bo much for ml'k. but as the butter be Is In class A. Japan appears to bo going ahead on the theory that Korea Is not yat 51 years of aire. "Fine for flirllns," says a fceadlin In a Montana paper. Police court or moonlight on the lake? Surprise is expressed whoa wom an burglar Is taught that she should be stylishly drcsiitd. That Is what bhe steals for. Naturally It will bo gratify-in? tj the daring explorer 'who first reaches the north polo to find that all winds will waft hi!n southward. An Aurora man has been arrested for doing bis own plumbing. Perhapa he charped himself less for It than the constitution provide la Bucb cacs. Those seven children who wer born on a steamer that was erosstaa the Atlantic can amuse themselves all their lives writin...

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. — 3 October 1907

Happenings 8tat Federation of Labor. At the. fhtwiilti b tin ul convention f the MtHKor.rl Federation of l.abor, recently held at Se.litlla, Hannibal was elected its tb plw-o for tba meeting acxt year. The following officers (t elected: President, Thome J. Hierldnn. Joplln; flint vle president, hnrlts V. Wilkersou, lfc?jrliiK field ; lecoml vice president, C. H. Iysart, Moberly; third vice president. J-Vank II. Knin Sed.illa; secretary treasurer, I. T. Smith, Kaunas City; statistician. John J. Pfeffor. Kaur.a City. Legis lative board: KdAard McC.arry, Nov iupcr, chairman; K. E. Jobupon, St. Lo-lis, and Charles V. Pear, Kaiistts City. Delegate to the Amerb-ati Fed eratiou of Labor convention in Nor folk, Vii., November 12, E. T. I5.-hr.Tia, Sedalla. Fraternal delegate to Kan sas State Federation In Pittsburg, the second Mor d Ay In Avsust, 1008. rarles Sumner, Kansas City. ' i White River Boat a Success. The success that attended the two Irinl trips of the boit recently bul'.t for th...

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. — 3 October 1907

i i I 3 mmmm -v r r -::' THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES By MLR EDITH NICHOLSON aether el Tl T Ml rnKCC" itlDA BAM I.UON.- Ire. CHAPTER XXVII. Continued. Then they were silent end 1 heard fcim fuWe'y striking a match, when suddenly the lantern fell, lta wires rattling an it struck the ground, and the two exclaimed with renewed mer riment upon their misfortune. "If you will allow me!" I called out, fumbling In my pocket for my own matchbox. I fcavo sometimes thought that there la really aoine (sort of decent courtesy to me. An old man caught In rough path that was none too good t bestl And a girl, even though my nemy! Kut these were not, I fancy, the reflections that crossed my mind at the moment. "Ah, It's Jack," exclaimed my grand father. "Marian was showing mo the the way to the gate and our light went out." "Miss rVverenx," I murmured. I "have, I hope, an Icy tone for persons who have Incurred my displeasure, nd I employed it then and there with, no doubt, its fullest value. She ...

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. — 3 October 1907

rTVTTTTTTT YTTTT TTYTTTTTTt COMING! 5 The .New Kats, -' Er$s.;GccSs, New' Uses, New Lndcr-. vfcr, 2rJ l.i fact ill kinds of New Go:2s telng receiv ti at tte ! i Ames Bazaar Tea fcssy to write ' 23 ii. VYIIIqsote yea prices later. . Cone la tod see H New Goods. 3 3 S. L. AMES, FlIOHE KO. ii 6. 3 2 aaaaaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Tdeml Gleaned From This Locality and Sorted Out in Sizes. J W. Hart remembered us with a renewal last week. Dr. Slater's dental office will b closed hereafter on Monday and Tuc9Uy Mrs. J. W. Gunn has our thanks for a renewal on sub scription. Mrs. A. II. Doll, of Texas, is in the city visiting the family of her daughter, Mrs. Ed Phillip. Rev. II. G. Mais returned to his "home In Carthage Monday j after spending f rem Friday over 8unday with the members of the Walnut St. M. E. Church. P. W. Lynch, of Howell coun ty, was up last week with threo car loads of cattle which ho sold to as. Dell, Jr., of Sprague. Mr. Lynch seemed very much pleaded over 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. — 3 October 1907

FtiCivIs finil f ilivcrilic! s to this paper will confer a favor upon ti ly oH.loiinc IliCir lrg.il notice prinltil i:i ibis They can th.nfrc ( i tin iii c 1 c v.l rtl.tr the nolicc are cornet or not. I't'v nhliMti 1'. 8 :ilrW!il4kJik'i' ' -- I.I 1.1 I, Hi ..n !nr He i 'Opposite U. lJ. Patent Gllic ' WASHINGTON D. C. .v V.C CHAFinE NO TEE r j ii. CASE IS ALLOA Ed V I l . , - - ' ; : --v. XJ TRADE-HARKS, Etc. tni mreN t'r'rii "! c"'rt'(m et (rfiia "of FPEC OFINION t t tnlbili(. CurrtsJi.tft r.c ci:tiiilifcl. Cl'Jl'Mf 134. BttiKtir, t O.ci30, Cl?lnd, Otrtrslt. f.:iLQ n. STEVES & CO. KTrCTfl Ta oBifn fir rcnnnB nim rmt !I 1 ktl I 'Y Mir n'trrlijri, g ive btlf rm- HLI- hmi wr.j ir nine to-dv rM,f nrm pan of tlx roI1t litr!e rnk- Vrir to EEABBHS SrT HACAZIIiE bett!.'i:"y,.uji'J.(vxl?rK a.-i.-.M .''cut CUA'ii i-J '5 !i IM fr Vt rcRr !rro!rd ear'u cio.i.ii t) S tr- litic n-proccction of &e bat tl.00 work o( m:a aad praJuusiui & jtal pi-cicjrapiicri. EOAD Or A TE0U3AKD T70!TDE2S...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 10 October 1907

f y -mm- e e ' 'lie I iHili(LJiil iu-n T kT i Li J jUj InllLiLJL VOLUME 1 8 RICH HILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1907. ISO 6 A Creat Opportunity. Tlie Twice a- Week Republic, of 8t. Louis, ha reduced its sub scription price Iroui 1 per year to0cent.4.: This i ono of the oldest and best 6cmi weekly newspapers published in the United States, and at the price of 50 cents per year no ono can afford to be without it. For 50 cents you receive' two big right T?age papers every week, 101 cop iesayear, at less than one half cent per copy. Your friends . and "neighbors will surely take ' advantage of thi opportunity. Don't fail to tell them all about it. Send all orders to The Repub Jlic, St. Louis, Mo. ' c A Banquet ' ' 'spread before yon would do you no good If you couldn't eat. Whnt ; food can food do a child when ne swot sis It enters It's stomach It is eaten by worms. That's the renaon . yonr baby Is aWn. cros. pasty faced, and thin. Ulve It White' : Cream VertiilTupe. It will hjhI ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 10 October 1907

The Tribune (il-O. 1. Hu KKHY, Na.NMK 11. lln KF.NY, IMttorn Mini ruillx!(rii. KuWrlptlon prico 1.00 rtrjenr. Knteroil at tlio Will IIIU poet ofllw as wtoiiiI clnsa matter. The President's trip down the Mississippi river has been a con tinuous succession' of ovations wherever he has stopped. The people have testified their loyal ty to the best ro eminent on earth us it is rcpresentedjby Theodore Iloosevelt. No presi dent in 'I our history was so personally popular with the peo ple as the present ruler. Secretary Taft has assured the Japanese that wo are not going to go beyoud our rights in the matter of excluding Japanese from this country, and that our national policy is only protection to our own interests and not the injury of any other nation or people. That wo will accord to others the same right we claim for ourselves and that as a na tion our policy is not for war.but always for peace. He has put the Japanese at ease and left them in splendid Rood humor. Secretary of State Ro...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 10 October 1907

SAID TO BE SIMPLE EASILY MtXCD RECIPE FOR KID NEYS AND BLADDER. Tells Readers How to Prepare This Home Mad Mliitur to Curt the Kidney and Gladder and , Rheumjliim, Get from any prescription pharma cist the following: Fluid Kxtract Dandelion, onehalf ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce; Comound Syrup Saraaparilla, three ounces. Shake well In a bottle and Uke tenspoonful dose after each meal and At bedtime. The above U considered by an emi nent authority, who writes in a New York daily paper, as the finest pre scription ever written to relieve Pack che, Kidney Trouble. Weak Bladder and all forms of Urinary difficulties. This mixture acts promptly on the ellmlnatlve tissues of the Kidneys, en abling them to filter and strain the uric acid and other waste matter from the blood which causes Rheumatism. Some persona who suffer with the mictions may not feel Inclined to place much confidence in this simple mixture, yet those who have tried It say the results are simply surprising, the relief...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 10 October 1907

THE RICH HILL TRIBUNE JUJCKimY & lUTKr.HY, Publishers. CLAUDE A. I'.ROWiN, n.lltor. men i n 1. 1.. "77777777.. Missouri. Once, a fisherman, always a Har. I!lfsd g ti) nian devoid of suspi cion, deceit and despair. - i - - - i Envy, malice and hat ar the moat deadly poison of the bMuiaa oul. Stepping accidentally on the coma of the end seat hog might help some. When money la put' above man hood, financial vice triumph over vir tue. Some men risk their live knowing ly and voluntarily for their country, some for those they love, and tome go Into automobile racing. An Atlanta girt has Joined a choru In spite of the fact that the man to whom she la engaged threaten to glv her up. He can't ba very rich. Women' shoos will be more pointed this fall, according to a fashion au thority, and the chiropodists are look ing forward to a rush of business. It costs the government 35.OOO.00O a year now to distribute the mall to the farmers, but remarks the Topcka Herald, It is worth the money. Th...

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. — 10 October 1907

Happenings in Missouri, Soma Ancient Records. At llx coin t lioiihi-, on ni Hh (tin J county records, I a lunik of unusual: lnti'ivHi known as record A, hclim Iiulf the ri'corj of tin? county court ami tho older half the lodrr of a mer cliBnt, says the Oliitllcoihe Tribune. The volurno U yellow with i;o and wax written In with a iil!l ix n by Thomas It. I'rvnn. the clerk of the first county court, which was hold at the home of Jospim Cox, In what wait then Medicine Creek township, four miles due north of the ire'i.t site of Chilllcothe. In the merchandise ac counts, one Jeremiah Ruth, "per lady," was a pood customer. He Ih charged with two tuck combs, 95 cent each; four strans of anioer beads, 25 centa; calico at 2! centa jht yard, and four IHiiinila of Kiiear for 11. James Grare bought one-third yarcl of velvet for T5 cents, and a box of hooks and eyes at 38 cents. The ourt record shows that at this flrt term in April, 1S37, there were present beside the clerk, three county judces ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 10 October 1907

HENRY H. Pen Portrait of Once Active Head of Standard Oil Genial and Companionable, lie Hat Many Friends and I Praised for His Americanism 4 - ft New York.T-WTien a man like Henry H. Roger drops out of the ac tive business world wherein he made mo striking figure, his friends are jrone to become anecdotic about hlra. Hon on stories that take on a romantic tinge In bank parlors and directors' rooms, and In the chatty cornera of the exchange, not to speak of the hipping office near the water front. If Mr. Rogers feels like resuming the ways of Rowling Green In a few -months or so he will And a recon structed Rogers looking at him from every corner, and whom he may have ome little difficulty la recognizing. The tall, erect figure of a well- dressed man with whitening hair and white moustache, who somehow re flected In his ripe ape of 67 the graces that, he cultivated a quarter of a cen tury back, is, however, the figure that r 4r -.y-r.' - - i Rogers Library, Falrhaven. Ills friends wi...

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. — 10 October 1907

tTYTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT : 3 COM! COMING! - fit New Hats,; ', Cress" Goods, New Shoes, New Inder Hear, and la fact t', kinds cf New Cosis tel3 receiv ed at tfct 5 I Ames Bazaar . Toa fcssy riic . .11 83; Will quote '"job prices later.". Cise in (fid see the New Goods. S. L AMES, PHOKE KO. 116. w 4! lAiiiitiiiiiitiiiAiAii LOCAL HAPPENINGS. XUmi Gleanad From This Locality! and Sorted Out in Sizes. rr. Mr. and Mrs. Beit Martin of Kansas City, spent several days .with homo folks in this city the past week. Mrs. win nanna ana nitiei 'daughter are hero from Tulsa, Ind. T., visiting her father, Mr. J. Steele, and family. A good rain Wednesday and , Thursday night of last week made our farmers1 rejoico and hi, Katno.t nni tn fiinnn to.n. derfully. . J. W. Medden and family re turned to their home in Scdalia last Saturday, after a week's' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Heddt'U of the Fuirview neigh-, bo r hood. ' Bridge material, such as lum ber, sand and iron is arriving in carload lots now...

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. — 10 October 1907

Friend, ami suhanibcrg to this paper will confer a favor upon u hy ordering their trpnl notice printed in Urn paper. They can tlun sec for thrirm Ives whether thf nolicrs err cotrcct or not. k v x v -v -v -v-v -v -v-v x V " "W (c ).rir,.' :v i.t in I', li ai,tl i-'il -r zr zzn r. -"-ml m:rl, ti i hJ( l Hi lM r'U . .; , v w "I ft 132 Opposite U. K. Patent Oiucej i WASHINGTON D. C. r-n CMArs no Frs- J L.VuL T'ia C'iiE !S ALlOk.O . 3 rt TEADE-KARES. E!c Ifrrl ruH fVtrh aM (IfrRer'piie l lnntlo 'r FIE OPINION s l itr.iatinti. CorTCJ;f.-! rc cenfdaal'. Li'tV, j-icd tM. Brtiehn at tiiicsjs, Clfif'ard, droit KILO 3. STBTf'S & CO Cr TC To -orei tot col'ir-ciiotf Ptn eind turn yom name tf-i..r ItV dot new f lw f Mf .rofU n ,-r, :t-.'e o. k. me to by. Adiites . T. MtSKtl.l', hrmium irpt., 3 ajd Street, New a oik L uy. SUBSET KAGAZI5E and t:k- i a l-oui CaL'onua auJ V 5 CAZZZKk C2&.TT drautol each ieot.Ji to tVe af- tittic ir.iroiucao ci .Se bt l.00 work ol arratrur aaa pro; rational j...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 17 October 1907

r into) it .ilJ 1 U '.I i ! t I i ft V! i LAiLd VOLUME 1 8 RICH HILL MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1307.73 mmm T"" Nil o 5 5 i I i i t i". A Great Opportunity. The Twiee'a-WW'k Republic, of 6t. Louis, has reduced its sub scription price from $1 per year to 50 cents. Tins is one of the oldest and best semiweekly newspapers published in Use , , , . United States, and at the pr.ee of 50 cents per year no one can I aJTord to be without it. For cents you receive two big eiKht,gUest of relatives pge papers every week, 104 cop-1 ies a year, at less than .one-half cent per copy. Your friends and ceishbors .will surely take; advantage of thi opportunity, Don't fail to tell them all about it. Send all orders to The Ilepub lie, St. Louis, Mo. A Katiqnrt pre i(J tfore yoti wonM yon no Kfwt if ion rout it n't Kt, What fooJ can fixxt a clsili! wh-n n aoBlt enter ti;r Ptn,cl, tt 1- nws uy witrm. i nm h n-iton your 1-abv U IUcif. cro-n. ,,,i.ty . UchJ ml thin. itv it wiiite'a Ciram Wrmlftijfp. It...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 17 October 1907

The Tribune ;i:o. P. )!( ( Kf uv, Nannie II. Hi kt:ii v, EiIHom nut rulilUhor. .SuliwrtjitltMi prlc f l.tn) p r jt nr. Kiiltretl nt the K!rh Hill post oiiit f no fc.tt.it.l cl.i.i m Jitter. There has been no tornada or explosion of mnicazine or powder houses down at St. Louis, but a lot of things have been flyin throushSthe air during the past week. Secretary Taft was enthusias ti(i.ilr received at Manilla. A fow years of tho beneficent gov crnment of the United States will make the Philippine Islands as loyal to our form of govern merit as any other portion of our out lying territory. FtNSION DICISIGNS. By the Assistant Secretary of the Dept. of the Interior. IIonokaeli: Discharge Vic ious Habits. As claimants dis charge from the military service of the United States was ren dercd necessary solely by reason of disability due to his own vic ious habits, such discharge was not honorabie so as to bring him within the provisions of acts of June -7, 1'J0, and Feb. 6, 1907, for pensionab...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 17 October 1907

A Young Comsowr, Larbel, eed 12, wroiu n (orr.so t!;,on on wild flowets In wbiih site pmiwd th arbutus, th liverwort, the spring 1-au'y. the bl'Kid r'"t. and til of Oh.' oth r b'r!koms of dell and da'e. jtut she wrote on both s Tn Mouf i Ct.' F', Iw.'s re''!"-- IB t'l f.V'i'f let -f V"ir;-1 ( Jir from the fVt ti. tl e"i"r f'.'ii! it-fs maiy l''ta'iM!,l Wl.k.ll It I.S UJ. -i n !I i.f ttt s-rarif t'i " "' : dwelt In tie Ohio and Misl:p;d aS )e s ad r known t-" tnr'.m ti:f.-s fr.!y ); M'niSd I: i!l !ef-s." No - q'.,ve ft ; iAaa'S'n yet l-n 1--Tsi of their t'tsfjg Pi'j4 of lT',r.s rien.o:;al of their ittt-r.c . T!. Ptee.tif.e v.f? on K;h a J-"t c-f t. Ijoi.is s'.ijr.ds f'jrt.!th '.':d tjrnu datloa for the b'ml!. tts'.diSifs TM Wy A ST. A I t""T ; "t his r.f-.1) la a tr l'fe b' er it a 1 th if') r:1 l. . t'M b eorr-t cf t- C- 5 4' '! . rli M f;,'.i-, 5- tiVT f.H4,iir.ary s -.. rt: b"y Af--r b-.- . fcifi iJ.i aot TO forks 1b a Of her sheet of pap'T, and when she f,'t'r a fa.-, tb twt if' ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 17 October 1907

tFSSlt THE RICH HtLL THiDUNE Hl'CKKBY & HUCKET1Y, Publisher. CLAUDE A. DROWN. Editor. men mix. Missouri. Sowln the need ot hate produce U3B fruit of destruction. The first soar on the pur pap of chastity la the lnit hope r happlnest. A Lowell paper poe a trifle too far in raying; that In Knpland a man may now marry his widow' ulstrr. A darning needle has boon found In the yolk of an Iowa ess. The head of the house now knows why It w&bd t found In the too of his stocking. It Is a relief to learn from patient Investigators that the swastika"' Is neither a new game of cards ror another variety of breakfast food. The Lake of Constance In Switzer land Is becoming bo shallow near Lin clau that It may soon be necessary to fill It up with soil for sanitary rea sons. Another western man has invented a bottle that cannot be refilled. Now let the geniuses devote themselves to Invent a bottle that won't need to be refilled. A Chester. Pa., man, dreamed that he was belns robbed, and when...

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. — 17 October 1907

RHEUMATISM RECIPE PREPARE SIMPLE HOME-MADE MIXTURE YOURSELF. Buy the Ingredients from Any Drug gist In Your Town and Shake Them In Bottls to Mix This. A well known authority on Uhet. matlani Kivrs the readers of a large Now York dully nper tho following valuable, yet simple and harmless prescription, which any ono can easily prepare at home: Fluid Extract Itandelion, onchalf ounce; compound Karon. one ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsapfuiila, three ounces. Mix by shaklnp well In a buttle, and take a teaspoonful after each local and at bedtime. He states that the liiKredieLts can be obtained from any Rood prescrip tion pharmacy at small cost, and. be ing a vegetable extraction, are harm less to take. This pleasant mixture. If taken reg ularly fr a few dayg. Is said to over come almoat any cane of Rheumatism. The pain and swelling, If any, dlinla Uhes with each dose, until permanent results are obtained, and without In juring the stomach. While there are many so-called Rheumatism remedies, ...

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