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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 3 August 1905

The Tribune. ,! (). I' JitiXrHV, KWM!R K. BftKtMt. Itnr Ymo ........ bin Mouth......... .t.0 6t i TW SlntilK.... . inl i.oit.-.. .ft .Springfield will Ret the new humi.vktst iionnal school. Gov. Folk h approved tlie selection of ih tnraiinc committee. There can't-be much fault found with this location. A few days hrw n old solclior in Kansas City ' 'put up" In cork le:? with a salti'ii man for a can nflwr, lie then called on a pv iiceinan to net the leg back. "Wlnt must one think of a saloon man that will take such a pledge Airnin what must one think of the o!J soldier that will give such a pplvre and then Call on an offi cer to help him secure the return of the pledge. Is it possible, af ter all, that the old iron clad doc trin of total depravity may be true. Yes, Drothcr Funk, that was n hup- Joke on the Sheriff. We are told a reporter for one. of our Democratic paper was so -1om about that he haw the whole transaction, but the sheriff was so upset the paper forgot to say a word a...

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 August 1905

THE BAZAAR is now selling Sum mer Fabrics at great ly reduced prions. Millinery at your own price. Como in and seo our new hats. The latest shapes for fall. We are selling china and tinware below cost as we must have the room for other goods. Remember our Low Shoes and Slippers are going at cost. New foods arriving daily. S. L AMES, BZAR. J LOCAL 1JKIKFS. J Head the TllliJCNK. $.V). Oscar 1 1 u rl is re'orted quite ick. Our neighls-r, (wiris Wiles, is learning to. ride a bicycle. Mrs. J. I Io-cves, of Nevada, visited friends here yesterday. Dr. Slater will be in his office every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Mr. L-mbardof the Lombard Investment Co., of Kansas City, was in the i ity Tuesday. Miss Abbie Harnett, of Neva da, is in the city visiting with Mi-s Sallie. Huckeby and other friends. Win. Hern, tin Hume real os tate man was in the city Tues day ntti-ndiug to wane business liia Iters. Frank Sissoti, hale and hearty and smiling us a May morning, is home on a short vi...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 3 August 1905

i imp . i k- s All J- Y-4 --m m - " ' pr MORF-3L3 Dim.tR. Copyright, JJOj. by C. Harris Duller. CHAPTER V. Golden Escapes From Joliet. TWait had drunk a cocktail during fu!s' absence, nnd managed to dear hi?, brain enough to realise that the conversation being carried on should (as Louis hud suggested) be more secret; so when the youth returned he was ready to accompany him to lbs roora engaged. "Mow did J on menage to ft Into the phi))?" Kcgan asked in a aus picious tone. "I never got in. Regan started. "How did you know aixjut It, then?" he asked, amazed. "I know very little about It." was the candid answer. "You know I am supposed to have killed a man? It was during my imprisonment In the Tombs that I first learned of the ex istence of such a society. I tn in Tited to Join It, but at the cent of more 'stuff' than I could then ralBe. But learned enough to know that there was such a place as the "city,' and I now want to fnd out how to get there." "I am looking for a brtrht confed ...

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 August 1905

f 11 i f I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 v' 111! WAY BE USED FROM THE HOUR OF BIRTH .Fhysicians, nurses, rharrnad'-t', ,nJ chemists throughout the world enJorse Cuticura Soap because of Its delicate, medicinal, emollient, sanative, and antiseptic properties derived from Cutkura, the great Skin Cure, united with tlie purest ef cleansing inpreJients and most refreshing of flower odors. For preserving, purifying, and beauti fying the skin, as well as for all the purposes of the toilet and bath, Cuticura Soap, assisted by Cuti cura Ointment, the preat Skin Cure, Is priceless. Guaranteed absolutely pure, and may be usej from the hour of birth. ' T. - to mm rto.H, HmTrtmt M 7 -I ft... l. a T t Lh . 4. a, rp Uf". H99. flJ JH Up U M A EXACT Special Offer Th nam and addrtvs cf your ho daalsr and lo la corr cost of moiiir.f . etc. willsecur on of the handsom relied g-iild pin JllustraUd abov. Er.amaled in colors and will, war t'jr year. Tb pin wr i -urad by t-Vmtand of World' x'eir visitor. Only (tr hundred ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 3 August 1905

Coiinfry OfTlolfcl".. lli'l iri'HiMi J ;ii l r--(ii'o. Church, ('in nil .1 uiljri U. A. lrntoti. lY'ilmd' Jiiilp- J. A. Silvern. Sh. ri.T-M. It, Morris. Circuit Clerk .1. A. I'll ttcrnoM. County Clerk .f. 1 Hrrrrl. Kerorder T. K. l.M'. Trenmirvr W. C. bell. I'rnM. Atty. A. It. Ludwlck. School Com. A, 1. Ivch. Surveyor i:. It. Horroii. .VIiiiIiiIkI rntor N. T. Itroaddu. Coroner W. 11. Allen, rrewldinjr .lude J. W. McVndden. .M'ciii( " Jiut. Armstrong. ' 1'. A. ltruco. alerting Dates of Court. t Ircult court inert In JSntler lt Monday In February. May ami October. County court meets lt Monday in February, May, August ami No vember. l'robate court mceta 2nd Monday In February, May, August, and No vember. Meeting of Towufclilp Board. First Wednesday aftr first Tues day in April. First Tuesday after first Monday In July. Third Monday of Novendier of each year at office of the township clerk. lil&Ili'SI, a. MrvVrn RaCwuy Line, TtaTerntn, tb ;ai ami Tirrttontia Of mssouRt ARKAHSAS KANS...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 10 August 1905

THE RICH H VOI-L'Mi: Irt IUCII HILL, MI8WOUUI. THURSDAY, ALUfWT JO, 1003. Regimental Reunions and fort) sccond Anniversary Cattle Chkkamauga, CIuiMaiiookh, Hept. tl-t, HM.i 1 Kepti llttxT 1 I'.KL'i, Will 1-Cl'Ur the fort.v-Mt-oiid nni.lveriiiry of I In I'.attlc of C hl-kJHii)K'- It l P',-pots-il to t-ilelirnte thin 'itit-Ttiornlih; event with a reunion of the various regiment that participated In thl lllMti.ir:ihl. I Hi 1 1 If. ami. Ill (liMltion, to Ih'IiI at tin- o.'iiia- tinif. ii uraixl reunion i. all the nrnin-iui" unit part it ipaoil hi the various battle fitiilit around t iinttanooj;n. Thl reunion will ! li'M at t'liii katiinnKH National I'ark. I -pti'tnNT 1. Pa and nail tin- pn-rM-nt iirtlh atioiis art' that tt will tin' l'iru.-rt anl inont nolalile i;at herm;; ever lild In the Smith. i l ln tilioso ilatn. tin' n iaiiaiitw from the riti of twelve 1at. t-oiiipriKlnsi tlm following: remiss Hani i; h.. Mi hiuaii. Iinl iana. J i I ii i -. IwhiihIii. Mliiin-Mol.a. lnwu. Nebraska....

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 10 August 1905

ohc TRIBUNE CCD. J. lUTKKHY Editors and NANNIE 1(. IH'CKIUIY Publishers juciilm.i. missopri A clrrr.i )rfrK spent turned 6,('C0 people awny who wanted to see tbe show one day last week. ftnffalo boasts that It lit the cixdcst city lu the country. We iTei!iot that It will quit this Inside if six months. Hungary la said to tie contemplating following Norway' example. This will make another opening tor a king eiut of a Job. The next book agent who tackles New York's euiart sol may have to make frequent visits to the free luncb emporium. The weather man has treated corn well lately. Now the farmers would like to hav him give the grass little due attention. Why should aryboOy waste Food photographic plates on Harry Lehr. when It would be Just as easy to snap Maxlne Elliott? Tbe Rochester Democrat publishes an article on "How to Make a Revol ver Safe." The best way is to bury it and forget the place. A married woman in Spain ha been In a .trance for thirty-one years. There's one marriage ...

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. — 10 August 1905

PANIC 111 SOUTH TOWN8 TOP THROUGH TRAIN, TO QUARANTINE FREIGHT. YELLOW FEVER IS GAINING Kansas Southern and Southern Pa cific Through Service Cut by thai Action of 0t Ptrlah. NEW OHI-KANfl The report to tlii New Orb-ana board of health of four deaths and seventeen new cases of yellow fever In this rlty aeemed to presage a conMlerahle increase over the last r-"nt whiih stands n the record mark for tm-i-niyjour lionra during the, present Invasion of the plague. No report of now rasei or deaths anywhere la Die South outside of New Orli ana have been received and a the review of conditions showed a rery slight increne In this respoct, the assertion nwrni warranted that the authortbs lu thone widely scat tered localities outssido of New Or leans which Lave found sporadic fajin have the situation well In hand. Extreme measures which wrap of the country districts are taking to guard themselves from y?llow fever threaten to put a stop to train ser vice and may bring the federal government I...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 10 August 1905

The Tribune. OK.O. P. BUCHKBT, MANNIX R. Rl'CKKnT. cmonaod rbllkr. baartptloaftatati Sl Motilhl. ..... I Sliwla tl.W ft... V... 1 i I Vrrt ktmlSl . t.nTd iciawdlnf M Iht c a( CwtHll iSt pon offio R kti Mill, Mooad start mM mum "A stone i lu-Hvy, and the sand is weighty; but ft fool's writth H heavier thnn them lth." Commander IVary sailed July "., from North Sydney, Nova Scotia, in his Arctic steamer "Roosevelt" on his search for the north pole. An Indianapolis pirl had been dreaming for several weeks that tlie was Roing to meet a tragic death and last Tuesday she got married. Peary has struck out for the north "xle, Dowie is goingto Par is, and now if Carrie Nation will go somewhere we will have no thing to fear but the yvllow fe ver. Milwaukee policemen found a minister with three living wives. There is no telling what a man has until he is searched. Mil waukee policemen have a reputa tion for carefullness. When a fellow tells you the Democratic party has a bright future you will ...

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 August 1905

THE BAZAAR is now selling Sum mer Fabrics at great ly reduced pricos. Millinery at your own price. Como in and seo our new hats. The latest shapes for fall. We are selling china and tinware below cost as we must have the room for other goods. Remember our Low Shoes and Slippers are going at cost. New o'oods arriving daily. S. L. AMES, ? LOCAL iiKILFS. 1 HtftWW Head the TuiIUNK. !.(. Dr. Slater w ill lxin his office ,-v.rv Wi-ilsii'xl.iv. Thursday. Friday and Saturday. J i"WI'fl Tuesday morning for , San Franc isco, Cal., on an ex Mrs. Goo. Davis has gone on u,mh visit , ,.r sister, Mrs. an exte nded vis,t to friends over , LiJ;l joljnson- near Eldorado Springs. j ! Mrs. C. L. PhUer and children, Geo.O. Circ le is another good AnI,.no Hml i, lt.uv. to.dllv farmer that likes to sec an odd-' f(,r ft S,xvnl w.ks visit , er well ,-nrned once in a while, j tivos am, f ril.n,ls tlt Kansas City Ceo. 1 Sooth, of Pleasant Clap j and California, Mo. township, was in the city Tiies-1 Purns,M. a...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 10 August 1905

IfeC a-7 rmmms) l'ni right, 1905, by CHAPTER VI. Tha Forged Check. I.ang, Bftcr leaving Regan, wended his way to the rt'llotir of Jim ln cr, flelng admitted, rot a word til spoken until the twain crc safe from pare droppers In the detective's pri vate sleeping apartments. "Well?'' queried IVnver, taking a scat upon the t!g ot Ok bed. pre paring bimerilf to listen to 1 .rings dory. "I have wade my boast," said I-ottls. flushed with excitement row that the time for real action had arrived, "that I could mb hank In the morning:. How am I to do It?" "Forgery! my toy, forcery!" cried the detective, f'api ins Lang on the bark. "You have the nerve to pass a forced check a forged check that Is not forged?" "I am at a loss to understand you a 9 yet." "It Is easy enough." was Denver's reply, seating timseJf at his writlrg desk and filling out a check from his book. "You arrive at my office In the morning, timing yourself so that you are there while Regan la In my room. I will -then fin out a ...

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 August 1905

f Opening of the ltl Jfit Roosevelt cm July IB igurd th proclamation providing fr th opcoli.g to homesteaders and townslt entry of th unallotted land In the great Uintah Rttrrvattoa In t'tah. The Reservation rontalns 1,115,000 acres, tut the Military and Poristry Reserves and such Miner) !in fet lav to he withdrawn tinder existing F"-V JLufi?v:T i-vT.li rrw. v x n: I h I , v Una will leav l,it:,iX'tf acres avail able for.cntry. Registration for the land will conv tr.enc August 1st and close August 12th. Registration nay be made at Grand Junction, n.!o, and Vernal, Price acd Provo. I'tah. Prospective aettlcr may register at any on of these place from 9 00 a m.. Tuesday, Aurin 1". until t:('0 p. m . Saturday, August 12th. To obtain registration, each appli cant must appear at one of tbe regis tration places and show tirr.se'f duly qualified to make homestead entry Send postal far ""Rook of f resents " 'J Send ior KC right a- way. It's purer and morccfiictcnt than any Dak inj Powder th...

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 August 1905

County Official. KepreHeiitnt Iro ( !eo. Chimh. circuit Juiluro C. A. iVnton. I'roliate Judge ,f. A. Silver. Sherlff-M. 11. Morris. Circuit ( I. rk-,1. A. I'nttorwon. County Clerk J. 1 llcrnl. he.-order-- T. K. I.lle. TivuHurer- W. C, Hell. Prim. Atty. A. It. Ludwick. Nthool Corn. A, li. lien, Hurveyor K. 11. ltornm. A((n)Iii'ntntr S. T. HronddUH. Coroner W. II. Allen. I'lfHtdiiiK Judv J. W. Mcl'nddcii. AfH.K'late " Jin. Arnitroi!K ' 1. A. I truce. Meeting IatftN of Courts. Circuit court meets la Hutler 1st Monday in I'ehnmry. May and October. County court mccta lt Monday In February, May, Ausimt and So- VCllltHT. I'rolmte court meet 2nd Monday in February, May, Augrimt and No vcml'er. JleotiDff.n of Township Hoard. Firt Wednesday after first Tues day In April. Fir?t Tuesday after flrat Monday lu July. Third Monday of November of each year at oitiee of the township clerk. IlEil'SI. A Mndrn Rallim Una, Trtrertiat tktf 3ut'-- n.l Tmuriea Of MISSOURI ARKANSAS KANSAS OKLAHOMA imdiam mim...

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. — 17 August 1905

THE" RICH MILL volume Iff UIC1I HILL, MIMHOUUI.TIIUIIHUAT, ALUt'ST 17, 105. RrQitr.nita! Reunions and lorly Sftond Anniversary Ualtlc Chltlzmaoga, , ' " " ,r kj.ivii.1 rapidly and the boy' foot I lit1 fort V fl-cotld llllliivcrxarv of the1 . lum-of n.i.L..ii...iKN. ii u i,,:,,!1" n,,r- po- to o h hrate thU niemoniHe "1!o size. vent wiilt a reunion fij the v atloiiM j iJr. Kobinsnn wan called and regiment that participated In tl.h WorW with the patient all night uicmoralI li.'ittii-. iiiii). Im t'.'liliti'iii, : ri-i , , , , , , . , t. ....... fit 11,- m time, a Kratxl j 1 h,J lt hvard fiH.iuhiui the boy reunion nf nil tin- n -iiinn'iitf ii.it was mindly recover! n sr. Adrian lart icipn te! in tin various hatt'ex firrlit around liattauo:,'i. 'I lilx reunion will l" li'Mnt t li!-k;ii:i:iuun National I'.-irk. Si it-i:il.iT Is. Ill and li. niiil tli" prexetit linli.-ut ionx are that U will Im- tin- lnrirest and most iinl.ilil" j:atln ri iiif ever held In the Sunt li. ii liii- nliove il....

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. — 17 August 1905

T5hc TRIBUNE l, FA). P. JUVKKIiY VMIiors rind NANNII5 H. ill CKr.IiY Publisher ' l:il H Hlf.b" - MtSSOl'Itt Ilsppre ' rot lilnsr more or lc tlin leitrntrg to enjoy your own so ciety. It will be the treaty of Washington, although made at Portsmouth, la the male of Maine. Why should not FltzMmmon "re turn 10 the ring"? He can talk a loud as the best of them. A denier rays that more thermome ters are sold in winter thiin la sum Biff. How fooiinh people are! A Yale professor who died recently actually left a small forture. He was an exception to ice ru!e, however. Most housekeepers will look with, suspicion upon a hired girl that holds tok In the newly formed pottery trust. Gen. Cliresclichatltzkl will never pet Mmrelf mentioned often by the Eng lish-speaking worid, even if he doe prove a hero. New Jersey Is making a strenuous war on mosquitoes, but there will be enough of them left, undoubtedly, to convey the idea. . Being an inland country ssves Swit. r.erland lot of trouble. She hasn...

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. — 17 August 1905

THE HEWS WAS A PRESIDENT OF M. S. U. Dr. Benjamin Lake Minor la Dead In Richmond, Va. COI.fMlUA, MO. Information cached Columbia of II)" death lu. lUchmond, Va., of Dr. Ilctijamiii I jik Miner, president of (ha 1'nlverstty of Missouri from 1800 lo 102. Ir. Minor was a native of Virginia. In th sum mer of he elected president of the I'niverslty of .MIourl. lie Initialled to OrtolM-r of the same year. He completed tha eon of HCOei and begun lhat of Mtil -(,!. He cou t limed even after the grounds of the university and aome of tha building were occupied by Federal soldiers. Tba provisional stHte government re moved tha university curators and ap pointed new ones who la March, ltt. discontinued the faculty. TO PREVENT THE LOCATION OF NORMAL STANBERRY. MO At a meeting of the Comnitrcial club It was de rided to retain all the local attcf nays and anli.it outride aid In a suit to be brought to prevent the location of the new Northwest Missouri normal school at llaryvllle, the site s-i-cted...

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. — 17 August 1905

The Tribune Vt.O. P. HI CBKBT, HAKKIB R, Ht'CRKIIf . Buiori rkiiaar. teaertpttaaKataiit S, MonlhL $if It (.tfU . ..M FnMrrrf arraMInf to Ik cl el CMfNMla Ik ywi cffl.t Rich Hill, mwiJ mU au A ft answer I in net l away wrath; but grievous word stir v ; 11 n go r . Prove r bs. There will be no call for an ex t ra session of Congress. The cry of New Orleans, Oh, for a few months of Bon Butler, Roosevelt's "big stick" is n pretty good thing to use on the stygmagonia down in the Louisi ana swamps. Every farmer we meet speaks f the splendid crops Bates county is harvesting this year. "Wheat, oat, flax, all extra good, and corn never better. And after all the battle ship Kansas was dedicated with wa ter. No state in the Union un dcrstands the value of constant ana persistent advertising as does Kansas. Miss Helen Gould has secured the services of an Indiana man to travel about the country and lec tu re to the farmers on the value of the birds, so as to save tlie "little brothers of the air...

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 August 1905

THE BAZAAR Can now show you the finest tine of Skirts and fail Waists Iver in Ton. We Still Have a Tew Bar gains In Samir.tr fabrics, at Cost, Also a Small Lot of China and tinware to Close Oat at Cost. Slippers and Oxfords at Prices that Cannot be Beat. S. L AMES, BVZWR. J - LOCAL M1EFS. J ft Money to Loan. Th Mate mine in-pecb.r ! Iliavea few thousand dollars '"re taking a look at our H;f- to loan on vany terms on KoolUinty mine. farm proiierty. II. P. UoniNKON. Mr. H. A. Juid iinJ son have it turned Iioin their vivit to relative at La II. ", Kan. Miss Twaddle, of Kich Hill, is visit iiifi Mrs. Win. llnmn this week. IVasanton Herald. Dr. Slater will be in his office every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The Old Soldiers' Interstate Ke union is in full swing ttt Ike Park, Nevada, nnd Kich Hill is well represented. Is it an evidence of reforma tion when a confirmed old bache lor and a live n-al estate man at tend divine hcnices on Sunday? J. W. Snider, wife and daugh ter M...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 17 August 1905

if asm cmm al Fmsm&n FZiULMR T OIAHUS MORRIS DUlim ('ei-ytlgh'., IMS. by Chart! Mortis Iut!r, ' CHAPTER VII. Th Silk Robbery, "Fhow Mr. Regan In." Bald the hank president. Renin was admitted. Ii looked surprised to see l-ng. "What can I do fur you?" asked the bunker. "I hud lout tmck of Mr. Smith." re piled the detective com posed I y. "You are looking for Mr. Smith then?" "I am keeping the young man In flew." "Why ao?" asked the chief, and the answer to the question gave Louis the key to the situation. "I am aware that Mr. Smith was to receive large mm of money from this bank, and It Is my business to keep him under my protection," was the bold reply. "Then yon are aware of the draft being drawn?"' "Certainly!" wan the decided gn awer. "An order from Jim Denver on this bank for ilO.noo." "While cot exactly afraid that the sote was a forgery." said the banker, "we thought It best to send for Mr. Denver!" "That wis not necessary." replied Regan, turning a Utile pale as the possib...

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. — 17 August 1905

COMMODORE NICHOLSON RECOMMENDS PE-RU-NA. 7T COMMUtHMiK Sororrville Nicholson of tlid I intcil Mate Navv. in a letter from ll37 R. Street, North west. Washington. t C fcavn: tour I'eruna ha been and I sued ftv an many of my frtendi and acquaintance a m aura cure lor ca tarrh that I am ton inted of It cure lit a qualille and I unhesitatingly ret v mm end It to all pernio tufferlng from ln comnlalnl." Our army ami our navy are the natural rotectiou of our country. IVruna is the natural protection of the army and navy in the viciasiludea cf rliniate and exposure . We hare on file thininds of testi monial from proraiueul people in tha army and nary. W e can rite oar reader only a slight flinipae of the va.t array of unvilio led endorsement" lr. Karl man la eon Slant lv rwiiD(f tor hi widely known, and efficient retnedv. Perona. 1 f yon du not derive prompt and aatia factory results from the u of I'eruna, write at once to lr S. H. IJartman, IVnidcntof The liarlo.aa Sanitarium, Columbus. O...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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