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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 10 October 1901

ft I 'Larger - f Circulation r ; .. . Beet-Local Pap'crj ! Best Advertising Medium In Bates County. LMJL j1 ( J yolumc. i BICII UILL, MISSOTJttl. TIIUJtSDAT, OCTOUKIt 10,1001. BTJME. jcwPental Parlors ,4 f sr.'''.- , ' J it . ;Fcr THrtjf Dajt Cr.!j. Beginning October a, are giving special price ort high class Dental Work. ( ' ; , Ilcst full set teeth -l5o ' Gold crown $5-60 JUrulge work (per tooth) $4.00 Gold filling. f 1.00 op '.Sirrt-f ilOiK'S-- -J-50ct up Every piece 0 work fully guar m iinteed.. . . ... . ., t ' . . ' Consultation fni," i DR. I!. D. OLSEN, V'',J"- - Manager. Ovcr f;SH. Bank. -V Satisfaction Caaranteei. ' ;-) a jGJd papers for rale at this ofTice, '5c per bundle. it . John Drodie has gone on a visit to' St Louis relatives and friend :. atch our wagons oatiy and see I '?why vou can getfrsh good from ..-js.- A. H. Holloway. ( Cnarlcs' Taylor find wife ha e ; gone to St Louia t visit the expo .sition Sa that city, . Watkij Fifty white coal i miners.' Steady work. Ca...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 10 October 1901

The Tribune I'KHtlA A. rniTCHAUl), KiWIoroxuil Fnbltshtira. . 3borlitlniXnti fin. Y.sr Sis Month ., . ai.oo ,S I Thlrr Unmlm . . Kntrwid tforrfing lv ll. act of I'tingi tu iht fi.l otlke at Rii:h Mill, iwixmi! Ja4 mHt't matter. I'rol Darius II. 1'ingrey, in the October Forum, plainly display the ears of the Democratic donkey. Caleb 1'ovMTs. who is one of the alleged Goehcl murder conspirator and who has bien tried once and sentcnceJ, but upon appeal was granted a new tiia!, was ptst upon trial ngain - in Scott county, Ken tucky Tuesday. We see by i.' the Kates County Re cord that Col. Wade, of the Demo crat, has pone to the deaf and dumb asylum at Columbia and Capt. Al len, of the Times, h.is gone to the insane asylum No. 4 at Partington. How nice to be a Democratic ed i tor in a DTcratic county seat. The supreme court of the state of Kansas has given a decision against such proceedings as those of Mrs. Carrie Nation and her conrerts. Two wrongs never made a right. Tlic intemperate ...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 10 October 1901

UstSima Gufe Pre r Asthmalcne Brings Instant Relief and Permanent Cure In All Cases. f ., I Sent Absolutely free on Receipt of Postal. f IAtJ Tlf,-'" ; , li 1 l iii!. instant h -i v Jti-n nil else Tttert 1 iiothltux IIW Ailnuiileiie r'l!ff, vcn In tin wort rae. n t full-. ' .- . - -- - ! ; . V Tin- lv. '. 1-V VY IK of tlilii lbii-.i-, in., ..ii : "Your Irlnl ImiIiIi- of At hintileiie whril in i,t"l roa 1! ion. I rntinot tell you how thankful I h- for the food derived from II. I wm win vi. rlmliied w it li put nil "ore 1 liroitf Mlftaotirl I'aciflc !:iciirlH Tlx- Mo. I'ic. will run Home Yiit oj uriotiw to Ohio and liidhitm (In- l!rt of the klii'1 fver offered the Inn t-Hm; jmt.iltc from tliU vicin ity. JI(,viii)'l trip home tlltor taV ct lit tlic nili of about one fun (or t lie round trip, good thirty dnyw for return, t 111 1m- mi mil lit Mo. I'm-, tlcki-t oIliceK, fur much train li will l iinit jHixwiwr to fun through St. IiiiIm, on Kept. 17nd24 mid Oct. 1 find . We have four dully ...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 10 October 1901

Our Advertising Manager, Mrs. Kittio Creasey is in Chicago thi3 week BUYING- NEW GOODS. Watch Thi3 Space Next Week. Wo have received our fourth invoice of STREET HATS.A Which are more Bociutiful and Stylish Than any we have had. Bee them. W. . ROYCE. The Store thut nells good goods and never nmrepresenti. Money Talks and Prices Tell at the GASH GROCERY Our CHEF FLOUR at S1.00 per sack will make more bread mill a lietter nnalltr than nav flour on the market. Our line of I-'rnlts. Vegetables and Staple Groceries U complete. Chickens, Butter, Eggs and produce of nil kind wanted. Will pay highest market price In CASH OR TRADE. For Hay and Feed we are Headquarters. H. P. JAMES. Prop. ItOCKVlhhU. J. M. Rorlng made n business trip to Rutli-r Moiula v. Our schools n iv niiivwliu; nicely. Theae are busy days or our mer chants. They art' getting In new goods and preparing for n good w in ter trade. We understand that T. M. Crice, of near hen, has moved to Rich lllll. Quito a IiuiuIht of our y...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 17 October 1901

1T'7,"4 ' ' Best Adverttsln Medium In Bates County. Largest Circulaticn Best Local Paper. L lLJLiD kicii niLL, iiia.iocni. tiiuiisdat, octobe ,,i&oi. VOLUMH 11! New Dental Parlors r-i For Ttitij 03)1 tnlj. BetjMiinf Octobci 2, Hie giving special prices on high clas Dental Work. Best lull set (eelh -5,oo Golil ciown .... $5.00 Undue woik (per tooth) $4.00 Go'l ti'dingv . 1 1 .00 up SiKtr tillUiw ,ocis tip Estry piece of work fully guar an'ced. Constitution Free. m. ll D. OLSFM, Manager. Over F. & M. Bank. Satisfaction Guaranteed. i'vi illk iltlUf.Nt. On I'oiUi Per .'ear. O.'i j .1 1 lor Siiic i lhi clhe, 5c I 1 1 I uiuiii. Try Mime of Sally Gibson's pan c;ikc flour at Hollow ay's. Fred M)tr repiesetit Knights ot 1 thids ludiie, No. 69, in the gia.d ljd;;: at St. Louis this week The t est .N.tlf.r tlour on the mat kct ik suM ) Holiuwat. lKKinmt' 1- ciiticstia will dis- COUt si: U;eif th.- i).:J 1 0t -t 'initiative niuiu at l.u s i;,i-i tioitiK i t per a.ou Hti'.i u a 's. V. I....

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 17 October 1901

TilTFi RIBUNE. oeo. rt UVI Kr-BV. rKRM A.rillTCHARD. Si. Hil. 0 I &' - ,J" Iwrd awo-Min- Co-strata l tka vt nm.t .1 Huh Hill, il n John A. GrAeath has been ap pointed vV" nBt'r at . Appleton City, M f. . Eli yppw,. the a '.' " J cr o! the Utah Merman liurcb, died unexpectedly on the afternoon of Oct. io. He 87 yer ol -e 3- a:; , 1 - -. Dave FT A fcm ,r, i v - - w,r frota the Philippines loaded down with his collection " Imperialism." But hke tbdIemocTtic ejtdbit of state financed t" i!l W ' UUh all due allowance. Cass News. L jpiMinivw" " rim the latter a result of dem- Novehftcl In Misiol'tl'U noted for its tied -Vtke and stuffed ballot boxes. The former is a pro- duct of I ipuhritllVifilttinhtration of prosper ocratic P. K: Wilson,' Dave Colyer and Dave Peelengf'-aid tto baicut for recorder .Tf the Democratic primaries. 1CfefrVould ;acfmonisb P. K. rt?f;brr.hiayj :Klp,3f?r,d before the race is over "d that a regular CieTe'r Ts alteVt&iro too, one hat can peal a reach or st...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 17 October 1901

II , 1 J Asthma Gure Free! Asthmalcnc Brings Instant Cure in All Sent Absolutely free on Tncre In nothing like AmI hmaili-iK'' It brings Inctnnt relief, even In tin- wuixt Jt cures when all cine CKAJfttO von UN fI" 1 T),. l!cv. C. F. Will, of Villa IMilc. 111., kmtk: "Your tLc'iSC'l ' I trial bottle i if Athninl.ne received In good condition. I A"V'f V 4l cannot -l I you how thankful I feel lor tin good derived tV: ' .4 V V I fr", 1 M ,,M M b''ivc, chained wltlt putrid oit throat at ft. B mid imllimn I or t-ii jf-nr. I ieapuireii oi ever ming cured. T mw your advcrtlHctueut fur tin- cure of thin dreadful and tormenting didenw, nMlimrv. nnd thought ynit had overapoken y ourwlvew, tin t rcaolved to give II h trial. To my awtonlrdiincnt, the trtnlnrted like u tlmrin. Mend imp a full-tdaebot tie." TTc wnnt to wml t' every miffi ng a trlnl treatment of Aatlimiileiie.fclmUnr to the one that cured Mr. Wclla. " We'll e(i,i It hy mall Postpaid. Absolutely Fn of Chance, to any wuffervr who wi...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 17 October 1901

HOCKVIMjE. Quite a number o( the Mrwons at. tended the laying of the corner tom f the court hor.ne nt ltntlcr "last Thursday. A. M. Itrownleo linn traded Ids hnrdwnrcntid furultuw at or In thta city for nontv? Innd near Walker, Mo. l)k ltobtnmm innde hla arml ntontlil.v trip to Ulch Ulit Inst Fun day. Henry I'lmlipp vltdted friends at VrnlrlaClty, Hunilfiy. V. J. Kunderwlrth vhdtod hla brother, J. W. In Tftliervllle; this eek. A Ktvut ninny from here, attended the hoixe hIiow at Kchcll Oty Uat, Saturday Mlaa Hrownlee. of Appleton City, was the guext of N. A. Kltchle and family Monday nnd Ttioaday. Mr. Ashhy, a former cltlaen of thfa placc nnd nt one time owner and proprietor of the Commercial Hotel, died tn Ivimnr last week and the re maln were brought here for burial Tuesday. Hl family have tbe ayni iwithy of the entire commutlty. Okion. DorrT Be Fooledi "i"7''v . Tail t mIm, srtfterf grand roM elocution contest In con nectton. Four of the ecntwitanta nrpfroin Tralrlo City and Kock...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 24 October 1901

It 1 BUN RICH HILL, MI880UUI, TIIL'HHIAV, OCTOIILlt 24,1901. Jf. 7 volume ta TT Tf 17 a 1 N'cwDcntal Parlors For Thirty Days Only, Ba ginning October 2, are giving special prices on high class Dental Work. Best full set teeth -5,oo Go! J crown $5.00 Bridge work (per tooth) $4.00 Gold fi!l:ng. ....fi.oo up Silver filling . 50CU up - Every piece of work fully guar anteed. Consultation FiE3. : DR. I!. D. OLSEN; Manager. ; Over f . & M. Bank. , Satisfaction Gsarantce'd. f LOCAL BRIEFS. J Guns and ammunition at Gench Ltos. ' Subscribe For Thk Triklse. v One Dollar Per Year. '. A fine line of beating stoves at Gi ikIi Bros. Old paper for ale at thi cilice, Jc per bundle. T ry Mme of Sally Gibson's pan cake flour at Holloway's. . The best dollar flour on the mir kit i s-ld by Halloway. New iorghum 4,0c. per galon at Holloway's. V If ou want to pend a pleasant Evening take the trip around the wurld with the l'rcib) terian ladie next Tuesday night. The Huwallnn womiin'a club nt llouobiU ...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 24 October 1901

The Tribune. OrO. r. HtCKKHV, , , rKRCZA A. rniTt'MAKW. Kdttornand I ubllnher. SabrlptloKMSi T..t l.l0ThlcrMnnti. Sl Month I Slng!r topic OS Xn(rre1 oH4lm o ill tt ol Cngtc III iht fntt oR M Rirfc Hill, Pcond dn null m.ttel The Amcticsn yacht is the fastest vessel afloat. An American shipyard has just turned but far Russia, the fastest warship ever put upon the sea. The south is picking the biggest cotton ciop in all its history, and all without the fructifying effect of free silver. From criminal statistics it has been deduced that property lights of all kinds are more generously respected by the married than by the single, Public ownership puts 40 men on a public work where 23 men can do the work at a pumping station on the Kansas City waterworks. During the past sixteen years there has not been a lynching in bttlc Delaware This speaks well for the "Blue Hen's Chickens.' A lot superfluous politicians, who couldn't , strike office, have really struck oil. This is the reward of bori...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 24 October 1901

IS .4a Asthma Gure Free! Asthmalcnc Brings Instant Relief and Permanent Cure in All Cases. Sent Absolutely Tree on Receipt of Postal. . -X. Tnere 1 nothing like A1 linuili iK'- It lirlriyrB Inwtant relief, even lu tht worst vnw. It cure when nil ciao fall. The lU-v. C F. Well, of Villa P. Idee, 111.. ayn: "Your Irlnl bottle i( AHtliriiHli'iii- rii lM-il Id koimI condition. I cannot tell you how thankful J feel !r the pood derived from It. 1 wn ft rdnve, chained Itli putrid sore throat and nuilitim for ten yenm. I ftfHpntTvd nf ever U'tnjr cured. I hiiw your advert Ineiucnt fur 1 lie cure of tlil jrendhil and lorinentliiij illwnw, anthiiia, mid thought you in1 ovrrjMiKi-n yourwlvi-f, lint resolved to srlve it a trial. Ti my iiwtoiiihiiiii.'iit, tin- trloliu tec like a (harm. Mend me a full-nise bottle." Wa want to winl to every sufferer it trial treatment of Ant hiunleiie.Kliiitl.tr to t!te one t lint cured Mr. Wella. CHAIRIB FOR UN YEARS aiL Mff Wf 'II urnd It ly mail Postpaid, Almo...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 24 October 1901

f I f DoN'f Be Fooled j " "s. T.e Hie fenulne, original y jt) R0CKV MOUNTAIN TEA , ,. .-...j j .T riniiipin nirut" , ' cin Co., Audnon, Win. It J krfrtl o wll. Our trmle J P'mjk Oct HM fct pack?!. Vw,. ji.! frt bttlL. A-. ...lutl. Mna7tai.i lute. Ask your tfruggUt. j JM;KVli;LK. I Quite ii number or our ,vounj folk ! nt tended rlimvh tit Meyer church Sunday mill i i -winy hIIiIm. ) l'rof liar-low of Wnri-eii-dmru;, n r-j rived Sunday iil-.-.lit iuhI took cluiin of our hi liituJt Jitdcliiy inoviilnir. (linn. .1 ol.anne-t -!t ml wife, of Iji Huir, a Kited ftli-iuls in this city the fir-t of ' ii- Wis.k. Mr. rTT "Stout spent Sunday in Aiii'1i. 4 ity Willi hi imieiits." Will I'riiT s nt Kiindiiy In l'.irh nrds. - Mr.'l J- isher m H railed t.) Schcl! City tn tin- K-dsMe if her ilaiisliti-r. Mrs. Mckiimn. Im has 1-een unite Kli-k.. Lit t ! tij'.-il l'r,-!n!i fi ll from t lie fence fs'.imlii.v i ruin?:, tutting quite a jiatdi in "her in ad. Mrs.-. M. WiUhiin-t anil daiicliter. Mjkh l.oreue...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 31 October 1901

UME VOLUME Jli men iiili, uuaouni, facnsDAT, octoi:u3i,ioi. "IT Trir 1 JriLiil MR TFR New Dental Parlors AN U 1 A II ;V'V I ' BRIDGE WORK That 1 Mjpvrlor In maii.v points to the work of the nverajn .lentlid in diMie at thin ri!ic. The material ud t of tin A ik I quality thus en miring rtrvioith mid durahillty. All rjH-rntlonn are palnles. c'oniparlon (( tin prion in in. vlted." Beit'lufl levth l5,oo Gold clown's r $5.00 Bridge work (per tooth) $5.00 Gold filling. . $1.00 op Sjlvtr tiiiiugi. -. .... ... -octs up J Every piece of woik fully guar anteed. Consultation free. DR. !!. D. OLStN, Manager. : Over f. & M Bank. Satisfaction Guaranteed. J LOCAL' BIUKFS. ' Gun nuifj aitiinunition t Grncb Si w cuf are arriving at The Bizaartverv 'y.- Tli? ihinn is b. nuuful. ; - ' i VyAitig child of John Meal died ii' f buried in (Irt i n Lawn tVnie'er last Saturday. Krv Tiio. Martin preiched nn t' (). 1 1 and 1 ff dice seining t the , . .11' .stin 1 I K. Churcli Sun. 1' -t 10 r. 1 t' r Ciesap...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 31 October 1901

The Tribune. oro. r. mccmbbt, P 7.A A.rBITOHARO. K4 Iters s& rablUfcara, SabrlptUalRatti .. Y..r J1. I Tr. M i. . ..OS Enttr. ccordliif t Id tet Cmctcm ta la. port a Rich HIM, mmi dax mil Mttor The Democrats ot Rich seem to be a "Schley" set. Hill jack Frost in this section of the country seems to hive' given every thing the yellows. A writer on natural history has informed his readers that man is the only species of animal in which the male fights the female. France has 2,864,000 dogs, more than are owned in any other Eu ropean country, and almost twice as many as in the United States. An eight story building was burn ed a few days ago in Philadelphia and eighteen person were burned to death. Some were roasted alive while trying to climb down the fire escapes outside the walls of the building. , Over a million people are on the verge of starvation in China again Irrigation will solve the famine question. If we can't draw the rain from the clouds, we can draw waterup from the ea...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 31 October 1901

! i Am- Asthma Gure Free! Asthmalcne Brings Instant Relief and Permanent Cure in All Cases. Sent Absolutely free on Receipt of Postal. CHAIN ID ran Tin YEARS lw --ee.e Tnere In nothing like A wt li tun li-itf It Ininir int ant relief, even In tlu oil I'iiwk. It cures u Ik 11 nil l-e 1ltlH. . The llev. C F. Well. f Villa i:id;re, 111.. my: "Your trlnl bottle of Asthmnleiie relved In ood lotnlit Ion. I rntrnot tell you liow thankful I feel fur the iond derived from It. I was n slave, chained w till put i l.t m.mv throat hikI nsthiun for ten year. I ilivpnlrvd nf i vcr Is-lna i ur'il. I saw vour ad vertixeineiit fur t li cure of thin Ireriilful hiiil tormenting liwnw. netimin, inl tlnm Missouri I'.u inc iirloiii,. 'I Mo. I'm-, ttlil run Home VMt oih cxi ur!otin to ;!.!;. mid Indiana tin' flrnti f tin- kiii'I ever offered tin- traveling public from this vlrlu- !ltv. l'.oimd t rln lintni' 1 m1 t ir tick. 1 1 nt tin-rut" of nl. out. iih fare for tlii round trli, K'imI thirty day for retur...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 31 October 1901

Dojrnr Be Foolcdi Takt the (Mialfu, arlfffaal ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA nj hr Madia M4I ln C.. Ml..a, WU. K lirl yi wall. Oar tra" wrk ct ill aacfcav, frtr., i tr. Hrr " 4 tn mik. Sccrpt m WU tat. Aab aar SrarBla. KEITH. Mr. Hurkholder went to 1'aplns vllle Friday on a business trip. Marvin Keainctt ami wife, of Klch lit)!, spent Sunday at I). Cnetello's. " luiy brothers nn maklnjrsomc fine aorxlium syrup (or some of our farmers, John CaAh purchased a buggr t Mr. Drrmlnln sale Tuesday. John snys tt 'l for his children to w,w the jrlrls ar left. Wonder If Jean Hedrkk tan tell pork t hop from t hicken chops when ho sees It tn writing Grata Hotson and family moved to the subnrlis of Keavley Monday. John lteapy has a pet on his ankle and be In anldler on that account. A mutual and croklnole party at Mr. Uurkhoiders last Tuesdaylnlght All report an enjoyable time. I am pl.td thnt SSpragw scribe boa changed from Spooks to a Uosebud, Uncle Ike Neat had several shocks of corn that made bushels, so...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 7 November 1901

TP H 7) ! IMP 'OLUMH l 'J UICII HILL, MISSOURI. THURSDAY, KOVLMIHIU 7.I001. OUR METHOD or DOING BUSINESS, 1st Wo do business on business principles. ! 2nd We buy the! best goods lor the money on the market SPOT GUSH. And sell for the same. ; 3rd--We strive to please our customers. We invito you to come in and look over our stocii of Drugs, Drug Sundries, Fancy Goods, Toys, China, Glassware, - Clocks, Jewelry, Xmas Goods, Mall Paper, Glass, Etc. . Remember we Underbuy and W 1 II undersell For Snot Gash i lie ypera rug Store D. B. HICKEY, Propi ietor. J I AHA I, M.lhfriv J 1 1 V. Mi. I Lkt. .i... ,;.'ii id in in i A f.l.l .:..l i.kii.i. slov es al Gtnt.li 1!m .1. Loth 1mj-. i.a 1 a cloak sale in Rockviiie last wick. Don't (o;oit the G. A. R. bean supper, Thuisilsy, .Nov end it Si, I901. ul liaikius Hall. A full carload of Sewing Ma- I chines 1 1 0 tu $ 1 1.75 1 1 J ' , at Johannes .N: Sons. 31-im Ml. Prank J-iiksuu entertained Misses. Fit .111(1 killlC I'loatldllk Hlltl Nellie Walton ...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 7 November 1901

The Tribune. ORO. r. HECK KB V, rr.Ht.zik a. rniTCMARD. fY..r .. SabaerlptleeHateei '. !. I ThretMothi. Hint l Cojrtss .. .OS ,r- ?J,'rk,nt t h act el Cane's" la tha vllle Friday jHUU a. .n mm Marvin K 21 111, -!"" ,JrKhwRrt Carnegie don't want aifycanal across the isthmus. General bartolme M.no ii an active candidate for President of Cuban Republic. I Whenever vou hear a man lav be don't 'dabble" in politics when you are talking about some matter of public interest, put it down in the first place that he intends to make you feel cheap, for he implies that you are "dabbling" in politics, which means that you are an ignor ant wind-jammer. You may also put it down with safety that he has no more information on the subject than a wild turkey, and that he al ways votes the way somebody tells him. lie is a pitiful specimen, and tties to cover his ignorance and ser vility by sneering at knowledge which it is the duty of every good citizen to possess.-Southern Mercury. Chinese Minister Wu ...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 7 November 1901

iisttima urekree. Asthmalcnc Brings Instant Relief and Permanent Cure in All Cases, Sent Absolutely free on Receipt of Postal. CHAIR ID row TIH YEARS Ttiere In nothing like AthmnliW It bring tnatnnt relief, even In (lie wutxt ce. It run when nil elo tall. The Itev. C. I'. Well, of Villa KM if, HI., wr: "Your trial lKittl" of Am1IiiiiiiIi iii received In good condition. I cannot tell vou how UiimViiil 1 feel tor the good derived from It. I un i alnve. chained with putrid wore throat nnil iiHihinu for fMi year. I de-palred of ever la-lug ml vert hu'iiii'iit for the curt of thin In'ii.lfnl Mint tormenting dim-awe, aMhma. mid thought Vou hud overcpoken yoiiwlnn, but reaolved to give Ita irliil. To tuv iiHtoiiUhmcnt, the trlalneted liko a charm. m t . i . . .a a l.. N-ii.i in.'aniii ..M.o,1... 'coaches. We Wdlll loN'lm IO every miuerer n. inni in-a in if Athiunli n'.i.lniiliir to lh one that cured Mr. Well. We'll m-aa it by malt Ptmtpiitd, Absolutely Free of Charge, to any sufferer who w...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 7 November 1901

y ""T' A i i A ! ' I I I iii si i if ii ii Owing to a complete chango in my business aWit the first of the year, it will bo necessary to re duce my largo stock of Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoe3 and Grocorios to the very lowest point possiblo, .even to CLOSING IT ALL OUT, and in order to do this with as little delay a3 possiblo, I have deter mined to . Flit The. Sfiife Peep let The .r- 1 El es of IHv Press nt Stock- i - i i ' - " i-j1 This notice, coming as it does at this time of year, when but a fe w hava laid in their winter supply, WILL BE VERY INTERESTING NEWS FOR THE PUBLIC. The simple announcement of our De termination to Make Thi3 Sale at This Time, r mi m m 7 3 iJ J should be all the advertisement necessary. THE STOCK IS SO LARGE, and so many different depart ments are represented that only a few prices can be given, but you can be assured that anything you want for the present or future needs of yourself or family will be more to your interest than ours at this, the BIGGEST BON...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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