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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 5 September 1901

n 1UBTJN Largst Circuluticn Best Local Paper. Best Advcrlisin4 Medium in Bates County. i voi.umi: 11 lUCil HILL, MIKSOUIXI. TI!UIUAY, HIIITIIM MM ?, 11KH. a. .v.r HE 4 t i it it jA i i ii i r.rrv -. . Head Tim Tumi. sr. School begin next Monday. Old paper for sale Ht this otllce, 5c per bundle. Mrs. Maude Tomlinson, diess making, over the Review otlice. National encampment G. A. K. Cleveland, Ohio; ticket on sale Sept. 7-8, tit. 10 round trip; re turn Jimit October $ via Mo. Pac. A. C. Cates' son Noland was kicked in the sMc by a horse yes terday afternoon and hurt quite seriously. Kldcr Warnke is delivering an, excellent course of lectures on scripture subjects at the Latter Day Sa'nt church, this week. Guido J.ieger i$ home from Greenville, Miss., visiting his fam ily for a short time. He has put in a splendid system 0f water woiks in that enterprising southern city. Don't fall to read The Triih ne, and it you are not now a subscriber, come in and get your name on our list. J. V. ...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 5 September 1901

The Tribune. lir.ll, I". lil't'REIIV, I'l.tiKZ A. PIUTIH AIIO, ;1ttur' ol fihllihtrl, I lSaertpt Inr Knti 1.00 BU Tr,er Mniuhv.. .an t.nMtf jcciu,)!! to t'i art of "pr.ii Ittltie lto(f n ai Ki'.ti Hill, r on.) 4 mill mailer Jules Vtriic, in l;i! evt nty-thirJ 3 tar, is vi itinfcl hi iiiiicty-ninlh volume. Secretary of State Hoot is again so sick that he has to leave his 'of ficial duties and go home. Trie Uraumont coal oil hoom stems to he busted. Spindle Top is all th.: ling. i kit nii J that is spind- Governor Dockery says the Nes bit law is a pood law. So does all the election thus and bnrns in St. Louis. The wheat crop of Europe is said to be 250 million bushels short. The American farmer has the wheat to supply the shottage and will get a good price for it too. V, J. Stcne is a declared can didate for senator. There are other pebbles on the beach. We wonder if Missouri Democrats will pull down their Vest for Stoae. Francis and Dockerv, Stone and!. Ciark, Wallace and De Armond. ...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 5 September 1901

Asthma Gore Free! Aslhmalcnc Brings Instant Relief and Permanent Cure in Ail Cases. Sent Absolutely free cn Receipt cl Postal. Crlf I1?.t' fC), ft i . 'I'tH-tl In tint Mil- v,. A"-! relief, CVCII III III. m; ! ' 1 1 hi-lnt; In-tnnt in -.1 r,iN h. l! i'.iivm vt In n all else fall. The llcv. C. WilU.of Villa Hi I;'-, I !?.. k "Your 1 1 In I hot I If i if A l limn lent' no i'. - I in f. .. n . ei n it j m, I'M u in i ti ll ynil how I ! ; t i lv f -. : i I fii ..r i ln uno, id rived from II . I wu a t-ia e. t !t.'.i;ie. i! Ii pun : no re t hront anil m-tliiuii I'T ten year. I d. .-. :-t Ire. I of ever U liii; cured. I nw your n! - rl '-! m ii t fi.r the run' of UiIm dici'lftil and torment in;; ile-.-ai-e. ii(hnia, ;i ;;) thought von had ovcopiiki'ii vuiut-i Um, Ihil I'vo'iltdi in tiw it a iri.'il. 1 o my io.t oniMnneiif , t lie tnahn im i j v ... (l , harm. ' Send ll If (I f'lll-Uc lint t I.'." KEITH. Unit" it iiuinln'r of our irood eople attended the picnic Monday. Iti ii Hand nol'! ab...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 5 September 1901

Something New In Fashionable Combs and Hair Barotites. Also the latest in Sash Pins and Belts. Call and see them. Our Special Shoe Sale , Is still on. Alow more of our $4 SHOES for $2.90. Make your purchase before they are gone. W.K.ROYCE. The store that sells-good goods and never misrepresents. Hot. dry aml'dusty. Arc mumiKy,,, l'Still bad. J The two mw mills arc busy ing these days. E. E. Clmpin haw ' very l;t-U eye. tin- ivsiilt f playing base bull Mr. O. Kinder, of Pdoominglon, 111., is visiting her parent. Mr. anl Mrs. E. 1.. Hodman. Judge March and family nnd Mr. 1!... I,.-. t.O, .It 1 n 'J ml i uwrin tint iiiuih 11 mut'ii in Isiwder's home Sunday. EZFKK. KOCKVILLE. day with Itockvillc In un u boom. Saturday was a busy our merchants. Miss Jtculah Bradshnw Is visiting Mr.aiiilMrs.lt. Niuit !i will move . friends in W'nrrvusburg. to Ft. .Scott soon, w here tney win this winter. ! Mrs. J. W. MtKibtH-n is reported! on the siik list at this writ his. Misses F.lmich McKiluVn and 1 a...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 12 September 1901

Li Largest Circulaticn Best Local Paper. PMTTTX TT Best Advertising Medium in Botes County. k m k VOIiUftlK 18 BICIf. HILL, MISSOURI TIIUIJSOAY, r.lTIL.v CSI.U 12, ittol. Not ! I JP", "lt "T J LOCAL lllUEFS. t Mrs. Mamie Tomlinson, diess mailing, "vtr ,nc Kevicw office. W ton don't read Thr Tuiiu vk you fail to read the best local paper in Ibite county. The hull came that was to have taken place Tuesday, vt postponed on account of trie rain. M. P. Casey was tried in Judge Sheppard's cout before a jury, Tuesday, for impel sonrting an ofti ctr, bud acquitted. 1!. M. Both ha gone to War renshurg to attend a meeting of the Mate photograph association and catch ideas to be used in his business. Mother write us that they have solved the problem of keeping their c'rildien well. Give them Rocky Mountain Tea each week. A bless ing to mother and child. Ask your drugpst. i It you want the best of fire ant! cvclone insurance, in the most reli able companies, don't fail to call on Geo. 1. Huckcb...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 12 September 1901

The Tribune. HI o. T. Ht'lKl lll, VHI:f.r..i A.rKimiAnu. Kdltoriand PublUhara. 4 o btcrlfitlor Itatrci 0 Vwr . Monlhx 1.00 . . .BO I ITo-r M.wtlro.. Sin:ir l.opir. . .IK .00 Knwrfdlfi rilding In t.'-e nc nf i'nngr.Mi ih lh patofftc it Kith Hill, s M.ftnii ilasi null matter Our'Aiuilverwiry. Willi this issue of Tiih Tnint'NE we enter upon our twclvth year.' We arc not in the habit of boasting but we believe v.e are upon a better: footing mid a safer basis in every way than ever before. Our friends are rrore numerous and substantial, and our enemies, if we have any, fewer intl kss important than here tofore. We are in full accord with our party and its representatives and are up-to:date advocates of our party principles. Not an issue of th:s paper has left the office during the past twelve months that has not had at least a few words written in advocacy of some one of the leading principles of the Republican party and espec ially those that have given the coun try its preent wonderful...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 12 September 1901

5 IV ; f I Asthma Cure Free! Aslhmalcnc Brings Instant Relief and Permanent Cure in All Cases. Sent Absolutely Ircc on Receipt of Postal. roTw Tllcri In lint him; like Acthl'ialeiie- It lilllij: iliMliMit relief, even In tin- wor-t ci !--. It - lien nil clw (llllM. Tin IVv. '. T. UYlU.of Villa Hl'lf", III.. f(iv: Your trial I t 1 1c of Am hiniilcne Hi. !.i'i hi i.iumI hi-j i i ii. I en Din t It'll you how 1 1 K ful I fi-l rr tli.' u:t it. rived front it. I in n tdave. chained .. llh putrid I...-.' throat iiml iintluiiit for ten ji'"1"- ' "-i'uln il of cvi-r Ix-lny; enred. I miw your ml vi-n i-yinent fir t he cure of t hit-, dreadful and torment Imr (I Ih-iiw, hM lima. iiikI thoiiiW you hii il vcrMkcn ynirclv-H, hut remit, cl to frlvc It n trial. To my iiMoniiditiicnt, tin- trialm ted like ii chinn. S.nd m n full-size bottle.'' We wont town. J to ewry -uff.i.-r n trial t n at incut .f .Mhmnlciie. similar to 1 1 ne f hut cured .Mr. Well. We'll wn.1 it livmiiil Poitpn.d. AliMilnl.-ly 1...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 12 September 1901

s For the Ladies. NEW FALL HATS. A n:CG line of the latest stylo in Street Hats. Call and see thein. KARA FLANNELS. We have just received a large lino of Kara Flannels m the New Colors and De signs. ThisHs the popular goodstfor Dress ing Sacks, Kinionas and Shirt Waists. W. K. ROYCE. The store that sells-good goods and never misrepresents. i'KAIPJK CITY. Coin cutting 1 the ord. r of the (lay. Our sick folks have about nil re covered. Chester KenitMT. ihc prodiKal kb. lias n turned to the parental roof ftf t'.T a sojourn in the wild and woolly West. Mrs. Line Henry li ft Thursday to join her linslmnd in donning'. I.a. U. Nt liter, our blacksmith, has ls-en in Ilntler the past few wivlm having his eyes treated by ti siHviallst and reports them nun h Ivtter. HtTiiiiiii WVliiifi wn in our city 1 1st week. L. A. Lyon mid wife rind Mrs. J'n. lister Mis Touilinsou wore visititisr In KcholH'ity Sunday. Mrs. i. W. Snnderw irth and c'ni'r dren Simdayctl with her sister Mrs. Charley Kienjilior...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 19 September 1901

li Largest Circuloticn Best Local Paper. BUKEo Best Advertising Medium in Bates County. vVolumii is RICH HILL, MISSOURI TIICB8DAT, HKITKMIIKU U. IVOI. 5 .1. TRI a4444-a l(k:alhimkfs. ti Mr. Maade Tomlinson,. dicss makin over the Review cilice. If you don't read Tkb Tbibi .mk you fail to read ihe btst local paper in Dates county. (rant VanBenthusen has rctum from hi new claim down in the Kiowa country and will get ready at toon as p -ib!e to make it se cure. Mother write u that they have solved the problem ol keeping their children wcl'. Give them Rocky Mountain Tea each week. A Lick ing to mother and child. Avk your druggist. It yoa want the best of fire and cyclone inMirance, in the nio.t rc!i Vt rnmivmiri eJon'f fail tO Call ,, 1 1 . t.. t... on Geo. P. Huckebv at The 1 hi- . I bvnk office. 1 Now it the time to settle up arreareges, and renew jour sub-' tcription. We need the monev and you need the paper. So come in and htlp us out. " Coll. F. E. Kellogg was in the city Satuiday a...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 19 September 1901

n 1 1 1 1 ' i- ! r r. The Tribune. r. m kviiv, PKtlf..A A. PKITCH ARP.. Krtltorr and Fbllahra. Sabarrlptlorttateii 0Vt Sll Mmh , .. Thtrt Munlht.. Single Optra . .s . .us to Knteradaei frrainf to ilia act of tOTrfrt- in S fMtofo at Rich Hill, a acrxiiid da-a mail nrtlcr the ruKsioicNT ii:ai. On last Friday nicht President McKinley breathed his last. Shot down in the full strength of his manhood, lie ftll in the midst of his friends and with the full glory of his righteous sovereignty all about him. No man's martyrdom, (save that of incoln) was ever so glor iously crowned. With one successful term in the presidency well rounded out, and a second on the crested wave of popular success, backed by a life freighted with all the Chris tian giaces of a true, pure man hood, who would have thought it possible for him to be trie victim of the assassins bullet. The mystery ot some things is beyond our ap prehension, but from everything we may draw a lesson. When our fathers landed on Ply mouth...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 19 September 1901

ir, Asthmalcnc Brings Instant Relief and Permanent Cure in All Cases. Sfnt Absolutely Ircecn Receipt of Postal. Tnerv U nothing like At hinuli ne- It brlnga InMAnt relief, even in tin wnrnt niM'ii, It curca when nil clwe fail". i no IVv. C. F. Wills, of Villi Itldge, III., any: "Your ill I I if t i li i if AkI Iiihii I.iii" n-ccl veil In l' m ill rondlt Ion. I CKAIKtO . VlAflC "V i iiniii't it ll .von Imw AT- -.-.. w fi mi i;. was it Mive, i iiitincti Tt ii ii un ni nore i nroni nnil a 1 liniii fur tea years. 1 despaired of ever lielng 1 I ..ill' t-iilll (III l .fl liAl'llll'll f fir f lllk I'll P.. 1 1 f M., (frP''y li.-iftf'il Mini loi meutlng disease, asthma, and thought 4 11 VI V"" 'ncivpokeii yourselves, liut resolved to give It a kvv A' 1 ii-inl. '!' "' astonishment, t lie trial acted like a charm. S nil !i:l' It 1 H I J - r- i lt tl-." We want to send to every sufferer a trial trentment , ,r VMiiiiuili-iHM-linilar to the one that cured Mr. Well. We'll sc'ini it liv in. til 1'...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 19 September 1901

HATS? You haven't seen the latest styles? Well then, go to ROYCE'SJio has a large assortment of all the latest styles, in the popular colors. Just notice those new GOLF, NELL GWYN and TAILOR MADE HATS. They are beauties. W. K. ROYCE. The store that sells-good goods and never misrepresents. A WOMAN'S POWER, o V-S" ;;r;' Railroad Scene Frooi "IX A WOMAN'S POWER." An Elegant Play, lots of scen ery and a good piece well acted at Opera House, Friday, September 20. Seats on sale at the Opera Drug Store. GASH GROCERY Is the place to buy good goods at prices that can't be beat elsewhere. Chickens, Butter, Eggs, asd all kinds of produce wanted. Will pay the highest market price. CASH OR TR1 E. Try a sack of my celebrated CIStf f LOIR. Every sack war. tinted to give satisfaction or money refunded. H. P. JAMES. Prop. PltAlHIEClTY. rVnty of rain and everybody lag good. Il.rman Wehnes was In our clly Banday. Garfteld Hlrm-hlwas visiting home tolki Haturday and Sunday. The a4 new" of President s ...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 26 September 1901

Tribune. Bc.it Advertising Medium in Bates County. Largest ' Clrculatlcn Best Local Paper. VOLUMI3 IS BIC1I IIILL, MIMSOUKI. TIIUItSDAT, KliPTK.M IIFJI SO, 1901. . w JL.. , '-a - -i m3 3 LOCAL BUIEFS. J From alt account! Bates couoty will be filled full of holes within th! next twelve months. Lee Cockrell, manager of the smelters, is having hit house over hauled by the painters and paperers, Brodie & Hammack. " Mother write u that they have iVi. nmKilrm nf Lrmin? their children well. Give them Rocky Mountain Tea each week. A blew ing to mother and child. Ak your druggist. It you want the best ol fire and cyclone insurance, in the most reli able companies don't fail to call oo Geo. P. lluckebv at Th Tri bus it office. W. T. Duval has moved hi shoe and harness shop into the room late ly occupied by the marble works. He ha recently added a line of school nppliei to hi business for the accommodation of Lis young school friend. Now is the time to settle up arreareges, and renew your ...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 26 September 1901

The Tribune urn. r. hi'chi.iiv, I IKI74 A.I'KIIIIIIHI) Krit'rif)4 rulill.hvr. i3ti.n-lptlotlttea (nt Y!r Sin Moulin ... M I T-r M until... . no Sinklt Coi.itH . F nt.-Ti.-ri r, vf; ' In r l Coiifi... lull. ;-oioif. c. .t T h If ill, a nx.-nii r!.iv. mall m.ttirr Hi life whs j;er.tle; ami the clement. So mixed in him that nature ir.iiffct Mnnd up At.d sV to all the world, This is a mm. No anarchi-it vote-- with the Re publican parly. There is no ieui" l iit that Presi dent Roocvilt vs ill do his duty and do it like the Christian gentleman that he is. Weave under a new administra tion now. but it ill be so like the old one we will scarcely know the difference. It won't be mx months until the Democratic press will be barking and knapping at the heels of liei" dent Roosevelt like s-o many cay otes. President Roosevelt's message to Congress will give Democratic penny-a-liners all over the tiie country ample opportunity to show the color of their journalism. The country has confidence in ...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 26 September 1901

1 J I A UstSimaGure Free! Asthmalenc Brings Instant Relief end Permanent Cure In All Cases. ; ;. Sent Absolutely free cn Receipt of festal. Tnorv In nothing like Aathinnlenc- It brlnim In-taut relief, even In the womt cn-a. It cui-v when nil else fiilla. ' ' The Kev. V. Y. W.lU.r.f Villa. Itlflirc. 111., any: "Your ( i . mm a. A J rial bottle of Aathnuil'ii received In jriMHl condition. I t'liuiKit tell you Jiow thanklul I feel for the kocmI derived from It. I wiim a alnve, i halned with putrid More throat t nnd natlniia for ten mi-ed. 1 niw your trliil. To hit HMtoiilHhinont, the trial acted 1 ik a clianu. Send me n full-le lot tie." JL .Vt want to Mend of Arslliinaieiie.Hiiuiiar io me one unit eiirci Air. wen. We ll KMiuj it liv mail l'ontinld. Alwolittely Hwo(( haw, to ntir ifier.r ; who will write for It. even on apontnl. Never mind, though you .ire de-j M,,r i ii,l riiiirrnw. AMtlimalene will relieve and cure. The! w-or v'oiir rac t he in re triad we are on. e. nddtv-xlnir Dr. ...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 26 September 1901

HATS. (i The popular styles in Street Hats. Call and see them before you buy. A large line of Black Patent Leather Shoes at greatly reduced prices. If you want bargains, don't miss this 4 chance. ' w:k.-royge'. j The store that, sells-good goods and never misrepresents. HOCKYILLE. in fofer. wife mid daughter, j rj;-ia. niv vKitinif in 1 V-iIjit nf Ton- Mr. John Miss (ieur county. Miss Euiiviila lurand spent Sun day In Prairie l 'it y with homo folks. Mr. Edmund Meyer nnd Miss Xanno liorvinu; spent Sunday in tllnton tlu jriiest of Miss Ma'lo (lark. Mrs. Halo nnd daughter nosseo, are Tlsltlnn J. M. ami family. Messrs Clark nnd IVnnie Ilitchlcj accompanied l.y Misses Kose Foster j and Ullie Kli-iniinn -r. attended, church nt ;iimn Valley Sunday j night, j The' services held nt the M. V.. ' Church Thursday afternoon in honor j ofonrlatoprosldei.it. were well at tended nnd all enjoyed the tnlkii hy the ministers nnd the profft--or o our hili school. Kev. Hnhbitt of this jditee is hol.l p...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 3 October 1901

Largest Circulation Best Local Paper. Best Advertising Medium in Bates County. ItlCII HILL, B1I8SOUUI. TIIVKSOAY, CTOIJKU .1, I0O1. So. 4. If i i Tv, II 1 i Y t i I A 7 1 X New Dental Parlors Over r. & M. Bank. Satisfaction Guaranteed. J LOCAL IHllKFS. J Old paper for sale at this office, 5c per bundle. Fresh oysters at Ilolloway's, Saturday, Oct. 5. For Sale Two milch cows for KJi'c cheap. Inquire at Th? F.azaar. The W. O. W. drill team ot Kith Ilil! won first money at the log rolling in Nevada, Thursday. Watch our wagons daily and s;e why you can cttfrsh goodj from US. A. H. Holloway. Sam Fisher, ex-county treasurer, ha been returned to the a!.nn at Nevada, with hut little hope o( his recovery. Wastkp t Fifty white coal miner. Steady woik. C.u! or ad dress Chapman Coal Co., Fuller, Kansas. Dr. V. R. Ilrylmtin of this city, it on the program of the Hodgen 'Medical Society which meet at Hartisonvil'e to-day, and will read a disertation of a medical suhject. George Diake ditd nea...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 3 October 1901

The Tribune. 9 m. r. iik khu , 1'K.ltKZV A. rniTCHAKO , KiHlorlioll Poblthr. One V.r Si Month .. H.Od I Thrrt Mnnitiv. .91 . .OS M Kick Hill, on-i i""11 niallcf Agutnaldo expressed regret at the assassination of the Piesident. Sen ator Wellington didn't. Take your choice. The steel strike was a failure, and true to our Adamic nature, Presi dent Shaffer lays the blame on some one else Jefferson said, "Cities are scabs on the body politic." The proof of its truth is the irritating; anarch ists they contain. Of course President Roosevelt is interested in the Louisiana Pur chase World's Fair. Every other pood loyal American citizen is, and we'll all be there too. Admiral Dewey makes a splen did presiding officer in the Schley naval board of inquiry. The rul ings of the court are eminently just and fair and the result is going to be satisfactory to the people. ICitrrimer. in South Atnca, is subject to the war office in London. Give him full swing and he will settle the Boer war in six mo...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 3 October 1901

it 7 1 V - 1 A listhraa Sure Free! Asthmalcnc Brings Instant Relief and Permanent , Cure In AM Cases. Sent Absolattly free on Receipt of Postal. CKAinto ton tin j Tnere I nolUimr relief, even lilt lie w fllilH. tj Tlmltev. C. F. 4 jj Irlnl dottle f A h t It rimnm ten you liow tlmiiktnl 1 leei fi.r the it noil derived from It. 1 wit n vi, chained with n t ril mre throat tiiul iiMhinn fur ti'ii year. I . f-.uii-J of ever lielnji cured. I hiiw your ml vert Ucmetit f..r t lie cure of t hlx lrendful ami tornientiiiu: dlnciiNe, nxi hum, and tliniulit vim lui'l overxpoken ytmrwclvcN. Iut rexohed to 0e It a tilal. To my iixtoiilxhment, the trl.ilnctcd like it harm. Send men fud-dr.eliottl" s We wnnt to w nd to every miffi-rer n trial treatment llf Axt hllinll'lie. ttlmil:! r f n f lui otutfliiir ilinxl t r 'illu e'll ,nj it tiy mail 1'oxtpiiid. Ahxoliitcly I'nv of Charyre. to any nuffi-ivr who will write for it. even on a ixiMtnl." Never mind, though you are de ximrliKf. however Jmd your cn...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 3 October 1901

lilluoJltit InilGr-madc f it- I Iliad; Cheviot (;ponpf.(1 and shrunk) 54'in $i,2J yard. ! i'iai .k iiioaiklotil, 50-in wide, fl.OJ )'ld. p jtnnico Habit Cioth, 52-tn wide, jo cents yard. ,Vcol Panne f 5 tent per yard. Also a f ;( . in-e of dress goods Ju.t received a beautiful and a new. line o Street Hals. line He : W. K. ROYCE. The store that sells: good goods and never misrepresents. j BEAYLEV, Little . Joe IUine, nm if H;vi' jteeco, wan quite, Imdly kicked by a j horse Suiidny event 11 --r. j Horn Si-jt. to Nonnle Hnrkins tandwife, 11 son. AH parties are get ting, on nicely' and Nonnle is alile to be arwrail, although he carries a broad, grin on his liciiign counte- . nance; ' . J . Mrs. Ed Miller and daughter, Mrs. C. E . Wheat ly took In pay-day. We are nil going to the show the dear ehlldren want to nee it ho badly j ' (ieorge Wack of I'liirvew is trying 1 "his muscle mi the tirigns coal-pit thin week. M0.W1n.Ix .vder 'm a suffi-tvr from newralgla this week. (ionw and Frank H...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
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