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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 20 February 1908

' -::.:..trL f.-i r r.v by. jyy for cl&cr si Dr. fttec's Ns' J rcxvdcr tor ncnrly If n cc::f::ry I:.r.3 keen food Isr-rj fccS-irc a pure c? nation. "A r- if 1 I I r N 2 3:3 U jJA AXcia Ho Fai&sphiiSes. IA Ik CSieiuleal l".r,ia eSow !i-at siuvn belling I i""?" i powders ieave. Hao'isrsije'l elniu, an I J N luxurious lattallkC dtiti, La Ui ed. L - lZX- on your giisri. Atom povv- A 1 P crs Ina te known by their y , J ULJaSv or oue ccn vvlM---t The Tribune Geo. 15. Dowei.j.. Editor aud Manager. Subscription price $1.00 jK-rycar. K2ter4 at the IUeh III1J rot Sc a wcond class matter. KASUrS THOUGHTLESS ADVICE. Henry J. Allen advises youn Kien to atay out of politics. The adtiee comes with rather poor ICTftC from po dexterous and per itent politician as Ht-nry him elf has proven to be, unless the itrnuon young man desires to yoae as a "horrible example." In either case, the advice is not of the proper sort for young men to follow. Mr. Allen himself has nok become morally or financi...

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. — 20 February 1908

Happenings Mrs. Clara Hoffman Dead. After three months' Illness of pneu monia, Mrs. Clara ('. HorTinun, stale iiresiiUnt uf the Missouri W. ('. T. I!.. died recently at the home of her son, Guy C. Hoff man. lit Kaunas fit jr. She waa the widow of the late J , -HI"" v a tii' i-V fPr. . Hoi ; k. i.' nil bJ been j ."V. Went of the ff man, p res tate ''vV"i6 year, being well ir- riar Hoffman, known throughout the Inlted States as a pioneer tern leranee worker of the Southwest. Mr. Hoffman was born In DeKalb county, N. Y., January 19, 1831. and came to Kaunas City In 1S71. having been a resident of that city since that time. Mrs. Hoffman i educated in the schools of New York and Mi. crnisct'a. She taught school in Illi nois for some time, and it was while there that she met and married Pr. Hoffman. Iater she moved to War rrnsbunr. where she was a teacher la the public schools for several years. In lsS2 she derided to take op the work of the W. C. T. I. Twenty-five vea-s a-;o shs was elec...

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. — 20 February 1908

The Rich Hill Tribune. ceo. n. dowei-l, Publisher. men uu.u Missorm. No polite iorf.on ever took a com plimentary luncheon In the pure food label. It tit a lucky Iceman who owns fw ponds somewhere near the north pole this winter. Europe will regard it as a shabby trick if Japan and the Vniled States liiHlst on being good friend. It in useless for hold-up men, when they have to give up their revolver!, to ask that the women be deprived of their hat-pin. Boston will t-ink into the sea this year, say calamity prophet. This will be fine for the sacred codfish on top of raneuil hall. It Is evident that the young Mls iourlan who fell heir to a fortune the day after he enlisted la going to be one of the most popular recruits the army has ever possessed. The fithermen towed to sea at Ocean City. X. J., by a whale are prob ably not at all in sympathy now with the movement to preserve the biggest of all animals from extinction. A German military man pays the American army lacks discipline. Pe...

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. — 20 February 1908

THE SIX11ETH CONGRESS A Condensed Account cf Trans-ic-tlom at the National Capital. Tha Moit Important llama Catharac From Each Day'a Session uf Striata and Houaa. Agrca on Deficiency Bill. Washington. 1). ('. A roniiW agreement of th conferees on the ur ttent deficiency bill n rtior.e4 It the liuuso of representatives by Mr Tawncy. Jly th tenim of tho aKree mtMit th" amiropi la'.Ion of 1.b3, t pay Senator J. H. Hankheail for liii services on thi inland waterways com mission, about h!rh there wan at much disrusslon Tuesday was e'.lml nate.l. The house managers recile regar.lim; the appropriation of $60.00( for condurtinB the trial of the Hyde IJimond, I'-cnuon. Srr.neiJcr land coa splracy trial In the District of Cohim Ma, and therefore the federal povcrn ment will bear the eipcnse of tin trial. Protecting the Dry Statea. Wafhinpton, I). C The senati Thursday dLcusM-d the law Rovernltn ll. rvsrrxs of national l.atika, tha. .ibject tiding brouKht tip by St-nato' Kayner who reverted t...

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. — 20 February 1908

Til 1 I 1 a, ftvrtwr Fit nrrcrt SYNOPSIS. A cjctncnmcr.t of tie Fleltteen'h. In fantry from Kort Retltune trapped ly lnriin in a narrow irf. Anions them li a tritPR"er who truroaurea liini. if r-y tlie name of Hampton, also CiilHs th Twwt trader, and hl lu;hter. Cli'.Ha and majority of the aol.hers are killed dur ing; a throe daya' nep . Htmploa and tl girl only escape, from the Indiana. They fall exhausted on the plains. A company of the Seventh cavalry. Lieut. Brant In command, find them. Hampton and the girl atop at the Miners' Home In filnraid, Mrs. iHtffy, preprtetr Hamp ton talka the f'lture over with M!a t-iil-I.a Hia Kid. .he ahua-a him her moth era picture and telle him what she can K her parentage nd n They derMo ho nha.li live with Mrs Hemdon. Nalda the Kid runa away from Mr. Herndon's nd rejoina Hampton. He Induce her to o hack, and to have nothing more to oo with him. Hampton playa hia Inat same f card. He announce to Ked Plavln that be haa quit, and then leave Glen rai...

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. — 20 February 1908

nooOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCCOCOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO lizij a PJiM ta Im. Ctir FrSti CL TTVflf TYVYVTTTTTTTTTTYYTT f TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtT'Tt" R 8 o O O 8 0 8 8 o 8 o ? 8 o o u 5 o o o O 0 8 o d V 8 0 SHIRT WAISTS JUST IN, 5 O CTS TO $5.00 DON T FAIL TO BEE THEM. THE BAZAAR. o o o o o 00000000000600000000000000 LOCAL HAlTKNIMiS. Items Cleaned From This Locality and Sorted Out in Sizes. Dr. Haddock was a Harrison fille visitor lust week. Samuel Haek-tt aiul wife lire iitinjr reUtiw a! Morwin. J. M. Johannes of S.d.i!ia,l.aa been in Ilich Hid for mv.thI days. Capt. Jame Vai-il?nthusn has been quite ill for neveral days. Mrs. Watt 11. Dawson of Bnt ler, visited Kich Hill friend last ireek. Guido Jaeger arrived a few days since, for a visit with his family. V. F. Tvirart, of Mangum, Okl.L, hjH'tit neveral day in this City lat week. W. C. (Gabe) Hedden was a pleahent v sitor at tho Tribune! effico last Wednesday. Mayor Martin ha returned from Okhhoma, where he has been en a business trip. ...

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. — 20 February 1908

P SII31S. i (JonJ cooks and cheerful mm a.ldorn enter the divorce court room. Kaockers and Trhittled drjr goods boxes usually flock to Cclhcr. February is the month that mide leap year famous, says an excbtD0. An exchange says its town has cumber of chicken fanciers of the other man's roosts. A boy is co BthMe in Butler until he can stand in the door of the depot and jump over the main lice railway track. Had tho bank robbers tarried little bit they might hare se eared copies of the Tribune con taining a full account of their work. Drop a dollar in the slot and receive 52 copies of the Tribune on the installment plan, each in stallment filled with naws that will interest yoa. The Appleton City Journal paid a nan the highest compli meut we hare seen in print for aome time. It called him a "pusher and smiler." An automobile race has been started from New York to Paris via Alaska and Siberia. A side trip to the pole may be pulled off before the race is over. Adrain held another wolf dr...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 27 February 1908

V ,IV (HfK-T 4 j -- I ! i i ti RICH HILL HI."")'J!T, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY j7 ipg ll (5 0 bit .)! J I M " E1STEI3T CSXYESTI3N C:s;::::!:::l timrtu Held la Atl.'..kCtt Isnuilt sS Tifi Eciarud. i:i Griffith mil ts The Republican of the Sixth Congressional district met at the eoart house in Butler Friday, February Slit, for the purpose of tctiBC two delegates and two alternate to the national eokVenttoa to be held in Chicago line 16. T caatsnticn was called to crdtr by Chairman A. L. Fox, cf the central committee, and aftar an appropriate address of srlcoa5eby Mayor A, B. Owen, ttKporar offiecrt were chosen as follows: O. G. Boisscau, of Johnson, chairman; J. F. Rhodes, ef Cedar, eacretary. Uotien M made and carried that on member from each ecssty be appointed on the com asittee on resolutions, the com nittM en permanent orcabaticii lasd ea ordar of bustnesa. Oamittee wer appointed aad whil they were making oit their report Hon. Walur S. Dickey, chairman of the elate centra! cosnmittee, m...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 27 February 1908

A Q-iat Plsca. A li StJfjf, Aiw .' iMj frpt,.sf-.Xi,t iXi turn i $.,.. .,,.',,,. . . . w,,,Vj. , ist tit vv. 7. ir f 1 It 11:3 1 rv. Dn!!i Powder to fce most. '. i titi iij, - at 1 . "X - - , r - t t s . J i i. i t.j - J J - "J 1... I No alum or alum-phosphate baking powder has been guaranteed or approved by the United 5tate3 or any State authorities. The adver tising claims of the alum powder . j mak makers to that effect are faked." The Tribune til, n. Dowki.i.. Etfttor itnd Manager. 8fcertpt1on price fl.OO per year. TZnUti at tbe IUch Hill prwt 9&m aa onl clam r.i utter. Jt seems etrange that some of tk Republican papers over the ts should persist in doing all fa their power to cause a clash im the party when there is abso lutely no cause for friction. All r nearly all of the Missouri T5Tjblican and a number w ho r not Republicans are for Taft Cad Hadley, and these two will carry Missouri by a kkJ m:j.r ity if the party workers h:irj tr SihQT. What makes thee Ifghts more fool...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 27 February 1908

r KM' LAN E'9 FRONTIER GUARDS. Camped on th Velvet Carpel of thl Whit Houe. Itespondlng to a request for Inf r mutton concerning the now famoni "Fustier (iuurda" organized by hi n nior Jaiin-s H. iJine In Washington I). C. In Ajirll. 101. -Judge John T Harris of Olalhe, Kan., recently said: "Ym, I wa a member of that now uniewhnt fatuou and historic com pany. This will give the exact lati of the organization of the company." said the Judge, taking from a largi porketbook a faded and time-sialcet; c'ocumer.t. "This."" he continued, "ll my discharge. It says we re ttim tered Into the service A prtl IS. lt6l and discharged May 3. 1 SOI. Mont o; n were cither member of the legl lature. officeholder or were In Wash Ington seeking federal Job In the new Hi ate. 'Lane and Ponieroy Just had beet elected senator from Kansas and great crowd of u went to the nation! Mi . Vj vrf '-Vv .my Ammunition Boxes Wrj Opened and Cartridge Dealt Out. captlvl with thero. When we sot there Wnshlueton wa In ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 27 February 1908

Tl-Q Rich Hill Tribune. o i;o. n. iinwKa, Pubiis-hr-r. mm hili Missorm. AmWHon In the rooted nettle of tb icluYh sunt. A good man and cause Is never fi nally defeated. Dullards irg born so and not mud i- tho schools. Japan, having Mtk- about the world a bit, known that cabinet crises ere harmless. Morocco, having had a taste of gen frnl disorder, will wot he satisfied Wi lli It gets the whole Jug. France Is buying so many airships that It looks as If the French govern ment desired to start a museum of In conclusive Inventions. Cuba may as well begin planning to celebrate its newest Fourth of July, for I'ncle Sam Is going to give It an other chance to be good. Chinese claim to have discovered "graft" prior to any other nation. Their political system might well serve as a horrible example. No, inquiring reader, the language talked by grip victims Is not Esper anto, but it Is certainly some kin to a universal tongue this winter. The czar may send editors to Si beria, but is powerless 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. — 27 February 1908

Happenings An Interesting Decision. Acci.icIImk lu a iliTiHicm handed down by Hip Kiih.ii t'lly court of ni ii iu If a i'1-inuii liiiNiH n biilidlim for H number of jcars u n -1 llitr bui'dlnK hui ii durliiK tin" li tiu (if the . th lease muni i.y ri.l fur tb btilkilnx ui lo tli (lino of the iilnilloi! of the lint whether the structure In r buiil or tii't, The decision was hand ed down by J:ult; I'. J. Hroaddus In the rac of tlio St-dalla I'labtiiK Mill a:ul Lumber Company vs. Hwlft & Co. hifl & Co. le.nsed a building of the lumber cumpjiny for a term oT years at $42.50 a month, the building to ht used for a poultry shipping house. During; the terra of the Iea the build ing vm destroyed by fire and the lum ber company collected 1.(0 Insur ance. TLo firo occurred lu January. lfti'6, and the rent was paid up at the time of the fire. After the fire Swift & Co. refused to pay rent, it a al leged, and tho lumber company tiled atiit In Pet tin county to collect the amount of r...

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. — 27 February 1908

W xv n t -' . a a.v ni i t ji SYNOPSIS. A iplnr(tmrnt of the r"il";toenth In T.mtry from Knrt Hthiine trapper! hj J-mtnr.s In nsrrtiw s-irre. Amnnv them 1 a (Irinitpr Rlio introduces litrosrlf hr tl' name of Hampton, also t.illts the port trader, ftnd his fl(rhtfr. Trillin and majority of the soMirnf arp allied dttr Ine a three days' slpce. Hampton and t' t1rl imlv -rie from the Indians. Tliry fall rxhauMpd on the plains. A rfinany of the ieventtt cavalry. l.ieyt Ursnt In rontmand, And thirt. Hampton nd tbe.rtrl slop. at the -M wers' Home. In iT!rait. Mrs. I htfTy', proprietress. Hamp ton tuis the future ovtr with Misa bil l's the Kid. Phe allows him her mot h-,-r. L'lcfure and tells htm what she ran f her rutrentaRe and li They rWtrte eh shall lice with Mrs. Herndon. Natda tho Kid runs away from Mrs. Herndon's arid rejoins Hampton. He induces tier to pro hark, and to have nothing more to do with him. Hampton plays his last (tame ff rards. He. announces to Red Slavln that he haa qui...

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. — 27 February 1908

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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 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 27 February 1908

fri:s!s is Y.'2:r!crs. at tiih cmmcniis. ;:3TS. Tbe narrow man is the one who on see no aMM in another's II is good that there are a few who preach the "smilo" doctrine la Ibis saemingly dull world. VnV.9 and join the optomit's flab. Things will look different. IJoost your own town and you boost yourself. Go into a stran ge town and run down your homo town and people at once make up their minds that all the evil you pitntion are in you and not in yoar town. It doesn't pay to knock. A paragraph that is going the roanis of the press is concern ing the fact that a Mr. Onion is running for office in Texas and ft lXr. Stake in Pennsylvania. CUke sad Onions, isn't your moith watering? Drop a dollar in tho slot and receive 62 copies of the Tribune on the installment plan, each in atallBient filled with news that will interest you. Frisco Time Table. TKAIXM DKPAHT, No. 112, Paswntrer 12.01 p. m. No. 114, MUed 4.30 p. m. TRAINS AKRIVB. No. 113. MUed ..... 9 50 a. to. No. 111. Panwnfcer 3.S0 ...

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. — 5 March 1908

r I N ! H M Ji lQLji4 s I : j j ft; 4 -"-j ill -4 a VOLUME 18 rich hill i.. ,rjr, THURSDAY, MAP.JI , 1,3 .73 .7 A SWIFT FIDE. Seccni Ki.isr cl t;.8 ftarxc.'s far Supremacy. A fct Ccnlest Cn, When Mr. Turnbull road the Rat story in Lv-l week's Titiniwr; he was troubled in pit it mid s bout as jealous ss a maiden of tender years with ht-r tir.t r:u. He instinctively felt tWi? hi own pre eniineiu-o vra in ii i sent peril, and he at o:,e jui!od himself together for a mighty ''I fort to ecii.e all rivals hr thi championship. Mr. Turnbull i. no common, ordinary drontner; no mere novice in the art if c-n structinga real live stry. full of thrills, and bristling with excit ing situations. ' lie has been poinetbir.g of iravtler in his lime and in ti e courses! his globe trot ling per ambulations (as he related 1: ) he found himself on the eutnuitt of ft high mountain, the precipitin'.! sides of which were covered hit mingled ice and no', and an smooth as the pialo gins win dows in lli front ...

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. — 5 March 1908

Hakes the Biscuit and Cake lighter, finer flavored, more nutritious r.i wholesome .V t vr t vt rr i inn 1 1 !? M m m A p3 r r? '" P n nnr W r , i . Made from pure Graps Cream of No alum No lime phosphats a tr.any ood people as any town of its sizo in the state, and tho Tolephorm i "rambling" when it makes the statement that they have any falae idols which they worship. We spree with the Telephone in that the candidates for rEIce should be clean men, and not uaers o( alcohol, but it sounds like a atatsmrnt of Carrie Nation ti.i sv that Kich Hill is a bell hole, place where crime flour ishes, and a place where the peo ple want fi"rri elected who will not do their duty. Tribune. 1 i I " r.ew T he Tribune Geo. 11. Down. i., Editor jiuJ Manngt'i Subscription price 1.00 per year. Katered at tho V.lcb Hill post- Wee. ci iKcond class matter. Japan has opened up the old question concerning China by de mandiag a large indemnity of that country. The atate convention iu St. Louis put all of the...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 5 March 1908

RELIVING HIS WAR DAYS. Old Soldier Cimpi Btfor His Fira In Fnfmounl Park. W'Juit I the secret of the maple power df a crackling fire to conjure up memories of day that are dead? Ttie answer to thin abstruse question m;i t,- li ft to psychologists. Few will li-t'y that crackling fire has auch power. In the leaping sparks and the reddening logs one finds that stimulus to ntue and to meditate la mix Mia tliat ranse from melancholy to merrltneut. This, in brief. Is the line of thought thnt obsesses SlaJ. James H. Work man, a civil war veterau. who recently l'it t mined to become n hernilt. la the winter of life his mind harked bad; to the ilavs of battle and Hidden death. He longed once more for the j al.'u,ia freedom of the simple life of a "y n".; Has MaJ. James M. Workman in Camp Again. oii';c;. He determined to r oncelin ihe many battles in whlh bl resi mote, a neatly an pomble. the life j inert. Hindi's Lancera. took part. From of hl noldler days by camplnR Inhej the heart of the f...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 5 March 1908

The Rich Hill Tribune, GF.O. II. IHIWKM;, rublMirr. men mu Missorni. Copyright. During the lust two sehalona of ron-rrr-M the n,uifli.;n of ropy rich t ha come tip in all lis nil! rmilevltles ami with some new difficulties. The at tempt to erur" longer copy rlptit for the aullimg if b.mks hae l,pi n prartlral Ijr confused with the question of mu sical copyright In relation to phono graph records and the rolls used in mechanical piano player, t'nder loth these practical questions, which must be decided so) ai air ly.' lies the fund t mentil theory of copyright. I'opy right, like trade-niaik or patent right. Is an artificial monopoly, determined not by "natural' justice, but by arbi trary statute. The man who makes a machine or an attractive name for Soap or a novel asks the public to give him exclusive use of his Idea, In ord -r that he may profit. The public grants him this exclusive use. not for his Bake, but for Its own sake. The Idea. arg tho Youth's Companion, is that each speci...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 5 March 1908

HEK GOOD FOtTUNt. DirrtRt.NT IFfECT. ( Mn. GiwhIsi : My boy. It miiVm sir k at heart to f iu smoking. KM list's fuiiiiy. It bci-ius U) kettb to rlht la thr gtutniiiUk. Hog Cholera. The pro(.ft drawback to tho ling Industry whirl) hreoih-ra In this coun try have in contend it!) Is what Is known as "lies chi)l''ia" and "swiue filague." Hoi; cholera Is a highly contagions flisi-tsp anj unless checked U llaliip to carr- o!T a p r at nuiiilxr of ho la a very short timo. Mr. A. P. Williams, of rsurwtts Creek, Ind.. tells uf an experience whhh he had with sonn" hims that had the cholera. "Five years a?o. says Mr. Williams. "I was In the em ploy t.f Mr. J. I). Klrbardnon, Lafay ette, Ind., as hit barn fort-man. Some fine hoRS that I was feeding took the cholera. I pave them Sloan's Unl mmt and did not os a ho. 8ome ere so bad they would not drink meet milk and 1 was comt-Med to irerich them. I have tried It at every ;trtunliy since and always find It 0. K " Writ for Pr. Sloan's free book on...

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