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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 21 December 1905

The Tribune. UKO. I. Ml't KKHT, U1ltarin FSlLtor, Six lonthn. SatMrSpttonHnti . . 1 T)-Mwien.....-,..SS Kniil crftriinf I. Ik. t Canfiraln hjm efTa . RJth Hill, hmI cum U mtnm liavn't r-nd pnylliinK about bad John 1). Rockefeller for kov oral days. What's the matter? Thos. W, rwin lmnt broke twil fr sometime past. Thnt judgement must have struck in on him. Judjcc Cliits. G. Burton is like ly to bo appointed attorney for the Cherokee nation. He has Senator Warner's endorsement. 't?ir.cc Corey, the seven million dollar steel magnate, made such n si p as to be discovered, J. P. Morgan has gotten to be a real nice man. Cream Vermifuge nnnn W U Ii u ! W W-REL1EDY THE CMt-DFlEN'S FAVORITE TONIC Dallard-Snow Liniment Co T, LOVIS. MO. Opera lrtf Store. Congressman Shartel has en tered tipon his duties as repre sentative of the district south of us with a vim that is highly com mendable and being from a min ing district puts himself right on the tariff and all other interests of his section....

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. — 21 December 1905

DANGER! Growing! Growing!, Growing! The largo stock of Christmas goods wo have had on display for the past week is melting like dew. Never since we were in business have we sold so many holiday goods so early. Don't fail to come and make your selections soon as our stock will be broken and you will not get the articles you wish. 5. L AMES, 8ZMR. t LOCAL MtlEFS. j r. Slutor's d-nt;d office will be c!"s'l- liomifU-r on Monday ami Tuosday. I have a n of full blood Black Lrtnshantf clikkens to sell cheap. Call at ofiiet. U. S. G. ProwelL Dr. Il.idor, of Nevada, is in the city nuik'nitf a holiday visit to his daughter, Mrs. J. N. liar rows and family. J. A. Wright has boon granted an increase of pension on account of ap but we are not going to tolMstW-sWd 4x-sa.- Mrs. JK-rtha Brooks arrived Monday from Montana on a holi day vi-il to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ahby and other rela tives. Joe Wim hell went to Kansas City Monday noon and expects to return to upend Christmas with homelol...

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. — 21 December 1905

urs ",IJ W V Copyright. by CHAPTER XXIV. Continued. The next liny Louis I anst wss united In marriage to Pearl Huntington, ac cording to the Hindi of tho Roman Catholic church; for strango aa U way K'l'iii, there ass a jirl.nt In Paradise City. A taw fat man-tege i un usual occurrence in the city, but owing to the standing of Pearl, so different from the other inhabitants. It caused little comment. As this marriage whs fart of Schiller's set-eme, Lang in vited tho king to participate the ceremony. To Schiller this let was at the same time gall and worrr.Vood xnd the f-weetest honey and this "royal" knight could not forbear to taurt Pr. Huntington with the fact that part of hi? revenge at Iras'. ts f,iifi'.,) "msrriaae with a convict." Pr. !nrtl-:g;on in his turn led the co: errer to btlieva that it was a most nndtslratte match, while at the same tin:e in realty the contrary ru the rare. Golden congratulated lo'h Pearl bn1 I mis on the r!sn, while Rogers re?one4 that It would soften ...

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. — 21 December 1905

Is Disease a Crime ? N"t very 1 strt. a popular rviiff-ilni r. ui i-lir( -1i4.i ai arili-l in wisir't Im nUT a-acrl.-.l. In ii!m iihp. tliat a. I iliiuw Imiild !w ri'srunli'i a criminal, teriam It l, that nun h iif t!'' aii-kiie. end suffering ( mankind li duo to th vinUtin if friNin nt Nature's Isns. (it to any that nil slrk rnrii-. m rrim;t.t. hiuit k!ml ry raonalI l.it.f Idutl At radically em., y rr.mtnal. n rot, ..rum the- ,kr( VtT-tf Ww hu, . --t w ito Ultllitl ml turtJjw, m1 pDtfcm imm wk t.iiuti, variuim liulnisntu iff ivlc to h.r .. r riutmt lirtrirttf rl.lMrn. with t Utts)T iwtiani uitih it's ,--m, ri:t.r4 iiit nt 4rr, witrrr aiv laiir ! r-nrttf a UrM faMiilr. i th cm f mmk' Bvo, nuii r- nitnu will drUi.i r whir-h fctriH4Nj Lr t. f,.i,f N-UM-h'l:i t r.s and th liKtsI, n-f -t -ninll.., ork M h t imst tur t riirO ttum u ir-rfirffti. Jcr. ViwiW, h ttk of thai frtr1l-t!j'i rin 1r frT woman iNcuiUr vniniwa inft ( I it. 11 -. Fftvvir.t I'n-wntM i-m - t itiat ( f U.a jiviwi otwttf...

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. — 21 December 1905

rtNSION DLC(SI0S -ej aSKdi E3R, r3 Ml ol a MlfjMy e-.W frtftfl 3 r i 1 w WINUR TOURIST TICKETS ARE NOW ONSAI.I VIA Louisville & Nashville UUROAD .3 iU.QR.DA. CULf COAST RESOHTS, CUSA, A.t Very Low Ht For rates, time tables or lieautJ fully illustrated booklet on Florida, the tiull Coast, New Orleans or Cuba, tul dress nearest representative F D Bush. D P A. Cincinnati J E Davenport. O P A. St Lou I a H C Bailey. H W P A. Chicago J H Mltliktn, O P A. Louisville C L STONE. Cen'i Pass At, Loulsvllle.Ky. Fishing in Winter is lut one of the tunny attractions of tlie liulf Coast ol Texas. Corpus Christ! and Oyster lln.vs are tlie nat ural lionie of the Tarpon, and thin, the (ru litest of HhIi, Is practically un-dlsturU-d in tla-se water. There may Iks liner sport than Tarpon lisiilnir liut It would 1m) difficult to convince nuy one wlio has Indulged in the spurt to tue contrary. for Health and Recreation. Corpus ClirlMti, Aransas Harbor and Itock port and tlie surrounding aeej tlou ar...

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. — 28 December 1905

HE ryw aim" m,, JRULU A1LA voixnn in RICH H1IX, KIt!OUKlTIlVltSDAT, DIX'KM liEfl SC7, 1903. f HH,Mili ii am -nr-TTW n , If si LpMyMiikiii) i 1H tie Scr.:;l Terra: Shs!l It Ce Divided? PERMAfiEflTLY n U CONSUMPTION, COUGHS. CGLtZ, r?&&P?rHSTi9 ASTHMA, SOftS T Mf OAT, HOA . ft git 9 V WHOOP1NQ CQUQH AhLi tflrtiM f DO NOT DELAY . am UnU the driin en roar ST-rtem produce pennaneni 0!iiH.jty, tirsath.ng machinery i a wonderful system of tub ana cells. I n g-oea ! health it m-istbe kept in rod order. A COLO l eonsMoreJ cf m imper. Unc, yet if it wu known by It's proper nam of "thct tftftcmmtt!," cr "cooneitton cT tha luiir. its oinnroM character weuia be amors- ; e ated. When a cold tnakas its apjxarance cm a aoc SaMarsVi ie bound Strop which will speedy evet.oma H. WHOOPING COUCH and CROUP Facuire Prompt Action. SNOW LINIMENT eni liej to the throat and ohett ti wonderful relief, while) Ballard's Horehound Syrup will rapidly etontHe violent perotSTi f C.:"1- ,-f. IT 15 TrlE ONLY C...

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. — 28 December 1905

Ujc TRIBUNE l PI fJA.NMK II. IIUCKTSRY .Kicii nu.i. - ', ( Publishers mrasoriu w.s Whst with hipr tinnnee snd chorus y:lrls this is a hud year for million sires. . The Kins' nip ha filled tlie cup of the New York yacht club full of Joy to overflowing. Tie Northwest Psesnge has been found, but It doesn't appear to be good for much, after all'. - ' The' tallost shaft In the '. cemetery wont prevent a man from being for goticu after he )h dead. Death Is a, mistake, according to young female lecturer la New York. So many of us make It, too. Notwithstanding Mark Twain's ven erable appearance, tlie heart of him seems to bd as young as ever. That alleged comet which the pa pers announced, has gone,1 It was only a little celestial fust, anyway.- tt Isn't really hard to quit smoking; the oniy difficulty la to avoid changing one's mind, and taking it up again About all there la left for Lord .Rosebery is to sit on the fence and throw stones at both parties as they go by. : The Rochester Globe...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 28 December 1905

mam Jiy 01ARLJCS CnoyrlRtit, 19"S, by CHAPTER XXV. Continued. "Tou are, of rnu rue, a wanted' man; n hardly consider yourself free from rreat. If one outalde thia city. Would o be willing to undergo, aay year' Imprisonment to become free man proil.llng you would be left alone to enjoy the wealth you have accumu lated?" "I would." "You do not hesitate to tell me tl.la?" a at e.1 I.oula. "No,"' 1 know the drift of your ques tioning. I have never looked upon you ai a criminal, bo am not sur prised to find that you are not for you are not!" "You are right." replied Louia. "W!l. then, ir you are wiling to do the square thlr.g, ho- am I to know It?' 'Tut rne to the test," said Golden. "You know ire wrl! ocugh now to feel. I hope, that I am a friend of your. You tare sived my life you t-ed not fear that I will do anything that will betray you." "You must know. then. Golden, that I represent a large body of ciiiaens who are going to try to overthrow th!a government. The thing can be accompl...

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. — 28 December 1905

-'..iiajrrriiacB;r--j lig.sgiiJiiiUKia'aaaaiBafgAaL'j '" lOo Outins Flannels 7c. 18c Table Oil Cloth 12 L2o Oulintf Flannel f Kod weight; nieo liritflit finish in light nnd dark colors. An oxcellont value for 1(V; our 7c January clearance price ' Fancy Colored Trbl Oil Cloth 17 inelie wide, Mitmlurd quality, and the kind that usually hell at lMr, Jnn- 1Q1 n unry t learin priee.iier yd J-4 JL40 Wow for a Sweeping and Surpassing S33 1. ! V)' AMLY oTnM&r I NX E 6 JANUARY u2SS kJ3Sn mi U SAi i33 In Which all Former Records for Extreme Value Giving will be Eclipsed. Ail Left-over Holiday Goods Our Regular Winter Merchandise All Lines of Autumn Stocks to be cleared out at deeply D) Jul p) JUL p Jli MW' V ,....1.1 tin 1-ill L.m J la L mil 11 I Liu 11 ill III' A tin i U UJ r 1 n i i f 1 11 tow This sale marks the most drastic price cutting known in the history of this popular establishment. Our reasons are two-fold: IN THE FIRST PLACE we wish to instantly close out all left-overs from t...

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. — 28 December 1905

Closing Out. Wo wish to havo our houso complete ly cleaned out of Holiday Goods. To do this we will sell Dolls and some other articles at gro-itly reduced prices. Call and jget big bargains. S. L AMES, BAZAAR. LOCAL MIEFS. "5 Dr. Slater's dental office will be closed hereafter on Monday and Tuesday. Miss Ardene I'hifer is visiting her Hunt. Mrs. D. W. Warren at Kansas City, this week. Jt'SM? Delumater and wife vis ited relatives and friends at Pittsburg. Kan. this week. Julian Week, of the Ind. Ty.. is visiting hi parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Weeks this wk. 1 have a pen of full blood Black Ijh:iii chickens to sell cheap, (.'.ill nt oftce. U;. S. G. Prowell. Mrs. (Jl.-n lvirl. of Fort Scott, spent Christmas with her parent-, Mr. and Mrs. Miktf For tune. Mr. IJ-.unes,. tax collator of I'l'-H'.aot t'j township, was in the city, Tuesday interviewing Mjer.il nf cur citizens who own property owr in that section. Santa C!as was very irener hum to u!t the psiple of Kich Hill this year. There...

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. — 28 December 1905

- " -.. -- T. v---,, -.T;Tliii I ' mm ,T " "' "T.l I ' v- --' --- r "' " iin. i Anderaonvtlla. A"V ttif,mit of Ihn I. !.! dml va tti-r,Mt V l' i-'i to Imnnirlnmv trtts any W Inr Mir ru atlw, aim) ri-vnipmtv 1 rl. 1emlrly eur lenttu-lt hn ''. Tl.f ii iv wr dark when IHUjr eft led : ' i h tn h.'iice. Aii'l tmfkiT pasi-iona domled all the t-l: Pol who lit behold thrlr coo'iti- ; rliW- A -I Klii n Ktfatrr than Its foiir.or ij' lantu-4. Tl.i,k O.vl frtr. Mil atrlfa l faat; Tli MoliH'h !!; thai fd on human liv. !a at In tiy Love; and bled Tear at Innt. So Ion afTrlnhti-d from our shores. tii.l'a. And o r our broad domain, from era to em. Finm ff t.t a, and l.vat to the core. The i.aiion maiiiii unlli.l lor th fins 1 lie loved and dk-d tor, now and t er mor'?! John E. rtarrett. Another Case of Lost Identity. "Some of the boys wl!l remember Tc'.rr Jacks-m." sali tie cartaln. "He inn,? Ir.o the company on the wing rid tobody knew much about him. v.nen we srnick the apple brandy or apple-Jack...

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. — 28 December 1905

STOP ! WOMEN,'A SENATE"DEFI" AND CONSIDER TI.I2 ALL-IMPORTANT PACT That In ,Mre1njr Mr, Plnliham yon fcr confiding your private ill to a woman - a woman whtm egpcrleno wilh wo man a d iiram cover a great many year. You ran talk freely U a woman whrn it 1 revolting to relate your private trouble to a man be.idea a mat dea not under stand (imply tKtDM ha la a man. Many women a'Affer in alienee and from bail to worn, knowior lull well a. ought to have immediate awietancw, bats natural modesty impels them to shrink from exposing" them elvea to the question and probably examinationa of en their family physician. It ! unnecessary. Without money or price you can consult a woman whoM9 know ledge from actual experience U freak Mrs. Finkliam's Standing Invitation: Women anfferinjr from any form of female weak ca are invited to promptly communicate with Mra, I'inUhain at Lynn, Mtu. All letters are received, opened, read and answered by women oulr. A woman can ireeiy talk of tier private iilneo...

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. — 28 December 1905

JOKE WAS ON THE FARMER V -, ' CI a CI tf. till ST., Ul'M CUT. 1:3. TNT,-! off, Oracle Sam X ... f WINUM T01RIST TICKETS kft NOW ON &ALC VIA Louisnlle & Nashville RAILROAD to aiCRIDA. GULF COAST RESORTS, CUBA, At Iov. Katoit, For rat', time tnldea or beaatl fiilly illustrated booklet on Florida. the tiuii toast. AfW .rieinj or Culm, nddtvss nearest repreatntatlve F O Bush. D P A. Cincinnati J E Davenport. D P A, St Louis H C Dalley. H W P A. Chicago J H Miniksn. D P A. Louisville C L STONE, Gcnl Pass Aft, Louisville, Ky. Fishing in Winter U bill iii ( tin inauy Httriu'tlon of the ul( fount of Texan, forpii I'liriNti uii.l thnter Itnva urv tlir mit- iral Imiiie of the 'J'nrjmil. uml t li 1m. the iaiiii-xt ( Hhu, Im priu tlrally un tllNturlwil In llii-at! wuterx. '1'lM'rv nuiy In Hurt" aport thaw TnrKn fUliliii lint It woutil 1k illtTli-ttU to vnirvliMV any out who liaa lii'lult;il la thf HMrt to ttin fmtrary. for Ifealtti and Recreation. Corona Ciii lMl, Arniiana Harlxir nii'l...

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. — 4 January 1906

s 1 ! 1 M 5 iniiLvUinL 1LH s) 4 ' ' A 15146 EICII HlUb, KXSSOU&IaTUUKSDAY, JAM'AKV , ltKKJ. f'' - Sw ) KING OF ALL LIM-2EIJTS i luuArAiATO&i ai- all pali. I jo g - ir m , iruict, e, errs, mtnxtrv. s 2 If fe 3 "'0 c, MCUK1, ll.i(ir, V n )LK t- 1 1 Km " fr 4 7;-4 F.ZAD THIS PXMARKAELE CUZZ "I as tnach afilictnl with rheumatism, write I1.C. Kail, Iovi!, &M!firtckCo.,KD,"foiu aiiout cn crotchet and tuterximi greet deal of pain 1 wa Seduced to try Itailird' i;aow liaimrnt, whica r-;!f I rie, nfier m! three SV bra;. ITI3Tlii5 GREATEST LINIMENT I BVE&CSSOsbavanfi. t.rimfniiej it t BUTo!.'r of persona, a.'i erprts thcaecivtri e beinjr beneite-i tf tt I now walk ;-.;iout crntch:, aasl am able to perform (real ral ol 2;gl.t labor a the iarm." TK?J:E 512ES: 25c, 50c AND 51.00 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO, ST. LOUIS, U & A. COCO ANB RECOWV.fcNDEO T OPERA DRUG STORE. Xlie "l.wry !,. lr-ldrnt. jth,. p,eil.-nt, most of wl.irh tKr '.n.-nr.T !? . ( ') Nti iliiaui, inn;r,lkv nJJ''l in...

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. — 4 January 1906

J5hc TRIBUNE ieo. r. huckehy 'Editors and fJANME R. HUCKEUY Publish pTr?nVi I ' .... . MI i;sO U RI Corey n t the" Carnegie dinner, all right, but he didn't eat more than .half his pip. Intrigue, mystery, love are the signs of a popular novel, but what weary signs they are! The Chee Foo and several other able Jla appear to have settled In the Panama Canal belt. J A PMUfbtirg jr.a has Just shelled out $10,K0 to a EL Louis girl who wanted to be his "Easter egg." "Castro Getting Pacific," saya a newspaper headline. Castro had bet ter confine his energies to the At lantic. When we look at all the trouble Joe Letter get Into, we realize that being a poor young roan has Its advantages, after all. Spain Is about to close the library founded by Christopher Columbus at Seville. It has Jast learned that he was an Italian. A Chicago doctor says that no man should smoke more than three cigars k day. We can almost hear Mark Twain say, "Huh!" Wonders will never cease. A man actually had the nerve...

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. — 4 January 1906

iBallB8e,J' DEVICE fC VATERliS PLANT at . A . IVn W T illfoj.MT Sk!rt ef "Etcapt tsnsth." fklrts aio without exception Ihe "escape length." Tbc fact that Aimer i( n women are more slven to run ning about oa foot than Krcn h wo men explains why they do not follow the latter In the matter of train-1 dresses. hieh can only le carried About safely la carriage. This, of course, applies only to the tailor cresses. The evening gowns are trained, though an ocean until dari e dress is abort. Skirt are usually made with from nine to thirteen gores, though once In a while tht-re are some sixteen or seventeen. This, however. Is extreme. Aa to the pat'ern, the flare and circular flounces are most prominent. There It a suggestion of empire effect In the so-called princess eklrt. It is fitted over the hips and round the waist, extending few Inches above the waist line. The Jack et worn with this ia very abort, be ing something Let ten an Eton and a Coffee Jacket. La'B Muffs Faahlonable. MufTa thia...

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. — 4 January 1906

The Tribune j ( n vj 'mV: x b iy ftnd ,h? to! in l.'if front h-e vi" " to V'.o k ; ofr.cn -. , I'M M. Wl t J S5 Thof W.iilli . ..j .-viwf It ftcl ft Cv'l.riAi.tfi 1m N' ji "j ever i'i'.r s- d 1 U'i J ..-A S i.;t failed to suffer the ' pnishiM t.i i f the of the Jev... "''ju.-t UK lHtlU'1 t',1 J-m1hc1 ii'i. 01. ; thvy know it. YiVSv y.4 .' li'iU to ni.ke t 1 t"i,u, Ijow ever, ru,t, it-MUy, they ''nf r?.l IhA vf rsbbiu lAt 8ud! it is this, 'ih'p upon th? blind dl'-i'.vA JJeAnnond or wdie k!fil ; of a udi n,I bench or rtOUiUjUtion fur life. TUt wi:i fix DeArm-md and ope n the My tor some one of the isumerotisdy jmei;tioned as pirants for eojijressLoinil honors. Hono: nnd Adriwn loth J.uve 1 ;-n their l.rn tit IJutler for son.e t-Ll.t put dimo (i-i)i by tle uiiit s at paj-r. How (,(' I here is no imjary until May fc.sd not lection until ,N"ovnn ber so lhn'f is i;lerit y of time to In 'id bj ei, j.rs, Tii.it Nevada Asylum matter did n 't amount to aiij tliiiiif after a!), ft only ht rved...

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. — 4 January 1906

IS NEW GOODS arriving daily. See our new SKIRTS. Watch this column for some big bargain sales soon. S. L AMES, 6zva. T. (.:. Flhs, of Colorado Springs Maxtor Harry lluibcr, of JJut-1 Mrs. C. I). Win. hell and laug! Colo., was in the city Movrl day ' ier, upont ?-? ntJ !h.vs lat;U-r Mr. CVllOrr ar p"dinflr a tli-- past week soe!n,g Lis oid ! week hiting his cou-im Mt'ter few day thin ww-k at Butler : friends. IKcas Jones. itirir friends ind relative. W. H. Itlankenbeker c ain in "' U m. A ouard, engineer t tii" from Olathe, Kas., Sunday imd waterworks Mil ion, ate New will upend tie week with his f un- Year's dinner wit ii his friend, ily hen.-. j City Clerk Jones. Mrs. Sarah Skc-t-n, who has John Maurer and two sifters, 111 Crwtf Instructor You know that thr . law iirvutiii'H that the rHf.n ac cused in innocent until be is prov- J od to be guilty, do y..u not? Lena ni Kil.-n, are reported Wn visitmg her mother Mrs., p,:,.. j quite hick at their home, on east Wy Cox, and other relati...

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. — 4 January 1906

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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. — 4 January 1906

LYDIA E. A BRIEF SKETCH OF HER LIFE How the Vegetable Compound Had Its Birth and How the "Panic of f73" Caused It to be Offered for Public Sale In Dru Stores. THE STORY READS This remarkable wpisan, whose melden came was Estes. was born la Lynn. Mass., February S'.h. 181. wm Inx from a sood old Quaker family. Kor many years she tauy.ht school, and during her career aa a teacher she be came known at a woman of an alert and invest! atina: mind, an earnest seeker after knowledre, and above all, he a poasessel with a wonderfully sympathetic nature. In 1S41 she married Isaac Plnkham. a builder and teal estate ojerator. and their early married life a marked by prosperity aot bappinesa. They had four children, three son and a daugh ter. tn those irood old fashioned days few drupe were used In medicine, people relied upon nature' remedies, rot and herbs, which are to-day recocniied a more potent and efficacious In run tml.lnc d.aasea than acy combination of dturs. Mra. I'lskham from sr tent...

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