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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 24 December 1903

MERRY Christmas You ought to have a merry Christmas. If you get your friend a nice present of us they will have a merry Christmas. Last BEFORE X'mas SALE. nrc ;x'mn Child's nook, for 24c " 10C This is a strong sale on books to clean up. OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE. D. B. HiCklY, Proprietor Opera House Bl!g. Rich Hilt, Ma. Mr. W. V. Ferguson has gone lo Fayette on a holiday vUit. While you are interviewing old Santa Clau to-day, remember that he his headquarter at the Bazaar. Mis ErTie barton, of Odessa, it expected to visit her sister, Mn. Fred D. Warren, during the bo!i- Wm. Hern, the Hume real estate agent, n in the city Monday inter viewing Prowell & Cock, on some land trade we presume. A more evenly balanced company is seldom seen than Out which Fred Raymond ha selected for "The Missouri Girl" thi eaon. Each character is portrayed by a iccug nited arti.t and the performance is even better ttian in previous visit to this city A number o( specialty aitivtt have been scoured to...

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. — 24 December 1903

BrlgtiUst nd Bt of the Son of th Morning. BritfMt r.i bt of th snr.s ef th nmi nlti, Daan en iir intlnm, and land us Itilno !'; grar of tha Kjoft, tha tinrtfon aborning, uullf wliai our infant Jte.)emr U laid. Coil rn Mi end! th dew-drops are aMntiii. Low . Ma bead with tht Ntin ef tbs stall,- rB-l adora him In !unilir rwllntrtt Maker and Munarcb atn J Savior ol all. 8f, aha!! w jr1!A him. In costly dave- tlou, O-lora of Fdam, and fTarinffa dtvfna, Gms of the mountain, end i-aii of lh o-ran. Myrrh 'rom th forest, and gold from lh nilnaf Vafiiiv we nflr f-h antra oMaMoa, .nl wua (lit wuuld ilia (avor a- cura; J?i-hr ljr far Is tha hurl'i aitostlon, tearar to God arc lb prattra of til poor. Blahop Hfftwr. ; I : ' rf? - i ar . : I5TAA3 Everybody Mid Michael Flanagan would "get broken" If he wasn't mora ever on his beat. Crime was ram pant everywhere in the city, and there wag a loud outcry against the police for not putting an end to It. Tha evils complained of could not be localized I...

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. — 24 December 1903

PE-RU-NA PROTECTS THE LITTLE ONES V u n nlssouri Notes , t a C t - t . & s t s a rt r ""- i et L-3Jw Vi" i 0 I ..1 Mrs. Welsslitz, president of the Ger man Womans' Club of Buffalo, N. Y., after doctoring for two years, was finally cured of her kidney trouble by the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Of 11 the diseases known with which the female organism is afflicted, lildner dieeaae it the mo( fatal. Is fact, unless prompt ud correct treatment la applied, the weary patient seldom aut-vivea. Itein? fully aware of thle, Mrv Plakham, early ia tier career, gave careful attsdv to the euhiect. and to producing1 her great remedy for woman 'a ill Lydia I- IMnk ham's Vegetable lompunnd made care that it con tained the correct combination of herb which was certain to control that dreaded disease, woman's kidney troublee. The Vegetable Compound acta in harmony with the Sawa that govern the entire female system, and while there are many eo exiled remedies for kidney trouble, I. y...

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. — 24 December 1903

t i. ' T. f Tl II I. l OOPiEO AT LAST Dr. T. A Slocum, the Great Chemist and Specialist. Will Send Free, to the Alllict ed, Four Large Samples ot his Newly Discovered Remedies to Cure Con sumption and all Throat, Chest and Lung Troubles. Nothing rouhl n fairer, mom philanthropic or carry more Joy to the nifllrted than this offer. Confident that he lift discovered an nlmolute cure for CoNMtniptlnn nml nil pulmonary romplaltita, nnd to make it great merit know ii, he m ill m-nJ IiIh Complete Treatment, embracing 'nr large nnn:i!i', to any reader who may 1 HUfferlng Iroiti rough., cuM, catarrh, lirotuhial, throat and lung troulilea or roUNiimptlon. Already this "New Scientific t?ourw of Trvntmeiit" Inm ierinatiently ritml thousands of apparently hopeless ciuse. There will lie no mistake In nondiiig the mlMake will le hi overlooking the generous Invitation. II Remedy Free to XIII To ohtnia these FOCIt FltUE riiEPAKATIOXS that have never yet .died to cure, nil you have to do Is to write ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 31 December 1903

3 TCTT TT -TT !! TT VOLU.MK 14 RICH HILL, MIK80UKI. TIIUItSOA Y, I) IXTMUru 31, (903. . i: Hp TMSOK Attention farmers. Why n uifitii in (lie North ft ml atny Indoor i$ month lu tlie year coiiKiinilnjj what you raise during the other olx month.? Ho Hon tli where you can work out door every mouth in the year, mid where you are producing aoincthlnff the year round. If you are a stock miner you know your dock tire now "on ting their head off" and, licKidcN, have to I' protected from tlie rlff oin of winter ty expeimlve Hln-lttT. Kconomlcnl stock feeding reiulr the combination of both tlfHh-fortnlnn and fut forinini; food in certain pro imrt iuh. Alabama and Florida produce lu abund ance the velvet U-an andvm tuivii. the 11 rot a fleau pro ducer, nnd the latter a fat producer, and they are the cheapest nnd Inttl fattening material known to the world More money enn le made nnd with lew labor. In pen ernl fiirniiiij;. fruit and lerry growing nnd trtick gnrden Ing along our road in the Sout...

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. — 31 December 1903

-IJ THE TRIBUNE Nl.VMK R IM ( UHlVl M- Pu'bvhws iucii hill Missoi:ni. Tho prince, of course, dirt not fire the shot, but It vm heard around the world. Radium I at last within reach rt the masses. The price has fallen to $2,000 per grain. Colombia' Irouhle about gelling an army to the Isthmus I a Croat argtt ment In favor of gtitwl roda. The Virginia senator who spent J'ft ton rent In his sncc-essf u! cam paign in nut have begrudged It awfully. A lake of whitewash ha been din covered In Jolo. There are some men out there who ought to bathe In it at once. A Washington tiard makes Isthmus rhyme with strabismus. Yet some critics claim we have bo more strong poets. Perhaps If Herbert Spencer had been happily married he wouldn't have died of senile decay at the aga of 63. Where did that German army officer who is charged with 1.000 separate case of cruelty get time fur his meals T A Toledo woman has been sent to the Insane asylum because she read Emerson which was evidence enough In Toled...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 31 December 1903

.M-iTT-.r.-j;. jsrn 7 o nissoud Notes -3 t-7;vrr?i ' j' : ; v ' ' f . ft --;H IffWTE My Mthr' Hand. Hni li beautiful, iH-miiirul hands! Iheyta neither white nor smalt; And yon. I know. wt.iild seareely think That they ma fulr ill nil. 1 ve looked uu hands wlioae irm and hue A a.-ulptor'a dream mljiM be: Yf nr ilmne ad, wrinkled hands Most leuiiilful ta nie. tlii'h rienmirul. f.iautlful hand"! 1 hough h-art Wrre mmry and asd. Those .ll.nl hands kept lulling OH, 1 tint ihodrrn liilit I. fld. 2 always weep, a. looking; back lit childhood's dmtnnt day. I think how those hands rested tint, S hfii mine were at their lluy. Snrh beautiful, beautiful hsndst They're growlna; feeble now. For time and pain hnv left their mark On hand ami heart and brow. Alas? Al! tha Hearing llm. And tha aad. and day to ma. When 'neath the dalstea. out of sight, Xboaa liaoda will folded be. Hut. oh, beyond this ahadow land. Whin all la brlsht and (air. I know full well tnes dear old hands VIII palms of victory ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 31 December 1903

The Tribune. m.i. i'. mi Krnr, nanmk h. NirKunr, Kdftoriaa. Pabllahara, brlptleiKt) 0n Vr !. I TSr M lii. ... tin Maoiht... t0 f SihfU lopi F.ntrrad tccnrriliit la ' a' Cati(nil nt pM oflic Mick Hill, KOXItl tu !! WMtof A HAPPY MW VtAR. A Happy New Year to you dear render, ami may thera be for you many returns of the Mine, If you have any new resolution! to male prepare to make them now. To morrow the new year will be upon you and lyof will begin to tteal a way so gently and silently that you may forget resolutions and ,gt on just as you have been doing all the past year. However prosperous may have been the past year, may the next be to you far more pros perous is the wish of the Tribune The war cloud is settling very threateningly over the Yellow Set and about the Japanese Islands. The election for members of a constitutional convention in the new republic of Panama, bas resulted favorably to the new order of things. Wc said nearly two years ago that if a certain class of politici...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 31 December 1903

MERRY Christmas You ought to have a merry Christmas. If you get your friend a nice present of us they will have a merry Christmas. Last BEFORE X'mas SALE. .V J.Vnuoi Child's ttook. (or 24c Ittc This is a strong sale on books to clean up. f LOCAL IMIKl'S. ?l OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE. D.B.KlCkEY, Proprietor Opera Mouse Bldg. Ricb Kill, Mo. Guido Jaeger after Christmas visit with his family, returned to St. Louis. Sunday. Miss Susanna Kohinson went to Walker, Monday to visit her sister, Mr. Joe llandiey. Mr. S. H. Sianciler who hai been visiting Grandpa Arrasmith and wife returned to her home in Springfield Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Riddle, of Cenlerview, Mo., alier a holiday visit with Mr. and Mr. John R. Edward, returned home Sunday Ut. Mr. Geo. N. Kequa anJ son-in-law, of Lone Oak. were in the city Monday. They report thinRs moving along quietly la their neighborhood. Mr. John J. Allen lias returned from western Kansas and rented farm about 7 miles east of Uutler. He called on T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 31 December 1903

mm ifc&Efiifeja It was the nlsht before New Tcar'a. Tfc a!r ws rtrnr rd fmtv. and the moon and stars were shining down ou the sparkling snow (tint covered th prairie, like the cloth on a round din Irr table. Toward midnight, if you had peeped from one of the windows 01 Mr. Blaln's farm house, you would fcave seen what would have appeared to have been a shadow, coming up the road toward the houBfl. As it came nearer you would have seen that It was a little animal about the size of a lamb, with great long ears and a bob tail, and so white that at a llule dis tance you could not tell It from the snow. But nobody saw the shadow, for everyone la the house was asleep, ex- "Away He Scampered, Down tha Road cept the baby, who was lying wide wake In her little cot at the fxt of mother's bed. Just as the clock waa etrlklcg midnight, there came a gen tle tap at the door. Baby heard it, but no one else did. and she climbed out of her cot and ran to the door. "I conimin' Bunnie," she called ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 31 December 1903

- "v-v ; i i 1 7 IT 'TX-iV l ' AIT- Pnrtv ,1 Atlanta, (IaM escaped the sur peon's knife, by using Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. " Pan Mn. I'inkham : I wlnh to Mjirrn hit gratitude for the r1 ored health andhapplnruI.Tdlit I'. I'lnk tiam'a Vegetable Compound baa brought Into my life. " I hrui Buffered for three years with terrible pnin at the time of momlmv tion, anil did not know what tlie trouble wji until Vte doctor pronouneed It lu flixmmntion of ttio ovaries, and proponed aa operation. ' I felt ao we.-.k and tick that I felt aure that I could not survive the ordeal, nd ao 1 tol l him tlint I would not on dcrpo it. The following week I read an advertisement in the paper of your Vegetable Compound in sueh an emer-g-ency, and ao I decided to try St. Greet wu tny Joy to find that I actually Im- E roved after taking: two bottle, bo I ept taking it for ton weeks, and at the end of that time 1 vewa cured. 1 bad filmed eighteen pounds and was Ia excellent health, and am now. Vo...

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. — 31 December 1903

60E81I it GUOED AT LA Si Dr. T. A Slocum, the Great Chemist and Specialist. Will Send Free, to tho Afflict ed, Four Largo Samples ot his Newly Discovered Remedies to Cure Con sumption and all Throat, Chest and Lung Troubles. Nothing could ls fairer, more philanthropic or carry more Joy to the nfillrted t hnn tills offer. Confident Hint be has discovered nn nlmolute cure for Consumption nixl nil pulmonary rompluiuts, and to make Its groat merits known, he will send IiIh Complete. Treatment, embracing four large samples, to Any reader who may Ins suffering from coughs, colds, catarrh, bronchial, throat and lung trouble or consumption. Already this "New .Scientific Course of Treatment" ha iwrinnmntiy enrol thousands of npnarcntly hopekM cases. There will le no mistake lu Pending t tie mistake will l In oTerlooklng the generous Invention. A Remedy Free to AH To obtain these FOUR Fltl.E PKEPAICATIOXS that hare never yet failed to cure, all you have to do is to write IMC T. A. 81XHJLM, Pi...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 7 January 1904

10100 in) irrrnnT 1 1 iTQ W h '! M j .I wm ml- m VOLUMi: 14 HICll HILL, MiSHOUKI, TIIL'.iHDAlf, JASCAItV 7, l03. is u u t i r i u Attention Farmers. Why rvumhi la llio North nn atny la dior a! taontha in tlit' year consuming what you mine during the oilier !x jiioiitliH? lo Sou tli where- you cub work out doom every month In tlie year, and sthere you nri? prodtirimr nometliiiti the year round. If you are a stock rntwr you know your atovk art now "entinir their he.mld off" mini, 111 li. have to 1 prot-Hd from the Hir ers of wlnu-r ly expensive Hli'-ltor. oi)olui ti at'M'k fi"'diiisr rtiulnn tlif combination of both tWIi-fornilnjr nnd f.it forinlntr t'.xM In rvrtain pro- Imrtlou. Ahtb.-i 1:1 it an il 'lorliln prbi-' In nbuud nnrc 1 1 velvet Ifim n nl.ctM n.'iin, tbo fircl n IWIi pro ducer, ntiil tin InttiT h fit producer, nttd they art" tho chc.ipctft nui lnt fatti'iilti;; matcilitlH know (i to the world Morv money enn t i:iau niul with Ua talior. In pen erwl fj'.rniln. fruit nud l-er...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 7 January 1904

THE TRIBUNE m-i r !' KMlY I N A N t K H. Hl l KKHY I ! iIn g PuMUhet RICH 1111,1,, ML-.M.'JM, "Who owni the United Stalest" asks Homebody. Well, tho women run thing. As yet the RusHlan bear In the far et in only a rub. Will Japan wait till La grows upT If Spain li to become a republic noon 111 young king should (tot ready for it by learning a trade. A nihilist shot at Max Nor dan, Vubt!ess to confirm tho letter's theories as to degeneration. A Harvard professor says nm 1ang words are beautiful and poetic, lie doesn't gl?e a list of tbem, though. It Isn't Colombian ballets that our anldler need to fear In Panama, but those eighty-nine kinds of isthmian fever. "The man who talks one thing on Sunday and lives another on week days does untold Injury," says young Mr. Rockefeller. To "Anxious Inquirer:" No; as 'Weimar Rechtsanwalt is not, as you ignorantly suppose, a kind of sausage made in that town. Twenty-Are million volumes of Tolstoi's works have been sold so far. Now will Mr. Richar...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 7 January 1904

LIVE STOCK' ? e , - . . r m m a ma 1.1.4 m: or a c.iul you KNOW. 1 ) IM it. at play. l, y,u know hrf 1'iu amis Ahf If I plain ymi da, Tli'M I i..t f..nhnn ffii-r Yml atttitt li.-r nrnall t-iiii . Ion, '1 ti (fiHN you ic for H Aii'l rit-r; or l'l ---n lla fty: lie il give u aotiivl Mi.k rum ci llt-il, 'tlot girl llmt I TM irl tl,.t piav.' jnitr tnnnt -rr In j j'lflriii, ie. yi ltra your euaj J'v-r fi,iiy a a rvnmiirur ) lich mueli-Hlly t yahoo. Irid'MM f-.rr, ttmufri you nrvrr anew 7h bawa rlf-f frmu a rai'tra. Aril 'll t!i"k ery will of you. Tlta HI that play. Tfi f'rt that plays I clavlfrr of ky lliat nvr meet the view; An Mi-nlfnl Interpreter At Cupid a Court. Hut, d and trus. That 'out of praetlra' bu(ba rrieB mtr from her by liUitae ways Tbn ail her music gathers to Tb girl that plays. K mxn remain tuna- heart whnl wha Within her rang enchanted ataya Ehs a always 'running something Ihrnuah. J' be girl that plays. i;drj W. Barnard. 4 A FANTASTIC STORY ty i Cofynfktfd. !, If T1U "...

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. — 7 January 1904

The Tribune. MJ. 1'. Hl'CKKRT, NAHM ft It. MtCHCHT. rdlmnonri r sbllotiom. SwborrlpllonKstoii Of t ett ...... )J .01 I Trr MnntSt.,. Si Moi.iho. . I SiJilr to".. ..oa imm oIKc m Hill, clou Kail anonoi Thicc things that are always dan gerous tlie gun that isn't levelled, the trusty family horse, and the fireproof budding. President Roosevelt's message to congress on the Panama canal treaty is a very interesting document and its inherent truth is manifest from beginning to end. Last Wednesday afternoon, the Folk ciub of Vernon county held a meeting in the court house at Ne vada and elected M. T. January, Dr. S. A. Johnson, A. B. Cockerill and Fred Dalton delegates to the JSt. Louis convention held last Sat urday, Jan'y 2d. Some of the democrats of Ver non county thought they wanted a primary to nominate a candidate for Congress but when they found it would probably cost about five thousand dollar to hold such an election, they concluded they didn't want it as much as they thought The ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 7 January 1904

IBP H v II ll 11 0 Now is tho time of Coughs and Colds. , Stop them by using Hickey's Cough Syrup or Cough Tabs. They will cure the worst Cough or Cold. OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE, d, b. mcfctv, rroprif ter Gprra House Bldg. Rich fllll. Mo, 444944 i r mil i i 1 1 i i i hi 1 iAt.i jmir.rn. fm $ S. P. Coir lis hern iiiSii.o ! j for il.rte or four !sys r;iiM. W i ' .k I r t : i.v. School opened Monday with teachers and scholars ill ready lor WOtk. Mi. John Waller went to Neva da last Tbutvd.iy ( r a holiday visit to telatives anJ fticnds. Gatfield Ilnschi, a tormei school boy of Kich 11:11 who is attending . college sit Columbia th,s vest, i.a IrtiMpendirj; li.c hoiidvy vacation jth hqmrfo'.ki. (. A. Jitnl and wile teliMdfiJ j,i).;t a tftji3j i KUttvCt nil fiienJs a( U i . ..afisipe oit Scott, Kan. Monday td and their place of business it open ,s usual. I I January jid ws-s the join anniser- lCIt which w as ir y a iiumtvc-r ot ttiatives ml fnrrsit in a mmnrr not soon to le forgotten. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 7 January 1904

;T "w T r rf"V T". f f Tf fl T TTTT W Wf wrw. w w tw ww r"yyT " ' i"Vlv;- 1 M BURNING OF CHICAGO THEATER FIRE STARTS ON STAGE AND DURNS FROM PIT TO DOME iLLj p H P m A r.l With a Whirlwind of Flamo Enveloping Floor and Galleries. Holiday Crowd of Pleasure Seekera Fight Way to Exits Awful Scenes of Horror as Scores Leap to Street or Fall from EscapesExits Closed and Doomed Victims Penned in Blazing Prison. We. wint fro back to the convulsions f n--it tr a more dreadful story of lft 4lfai.ii lhn fxcurred at the Iro q:mU Theater st Chicago !o the tnat hour of I)-r. 20. The stattatlos show Ho humans dead, and score in J ti i . There ha been greater hor rors by flood, ty Votes, no?-. .jr thf! up riir; 4f nature fof f , but If there cer a more appalling chapter truir-1 to Hi l.un.l history fall to toil It save In t It retords 4f bstfle aioae. of fire horrors, a they are rommnnly known, ccrta'nly nothing IUe II ever cm r.tirred In this co'tiitry or any ther. There an ornate million-dollar ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 7 January 1904

1 ft 4 Mrs. Fairbanks tells how neglect of "warning symptoms will soon " prostrate a woman. She thinks woman's safeguard is Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound rEA. Mrs. lvKnAM: I-toninee and neglect are the cause of Untold female u2'riii?, not only with the lawn of health but with tbe chance of a cure. I dil not luni the waniiripi of lieudaches, orjranic raina, and peneral marines, until I waa wvli uizh prxwtrated. I knew I li.vl t do koitx'ihinir. Happily I did th ri?!it iLix:?. I took I.ydia K. 1'inliham'a Y"retiltle Coiunonnd fAitlifullr. ncunrrlinir trt riirtiiini- and was retried in a few wwts to apjx an-i, aim l amin icit tie glow ol isruitn thnmga my t-miy. vmca 1 have l n well I have l-nmon5 careftJ, I have also advised a number cf my eick frit-nds tc tAke Lvdia I- l'inkliani's Vegetable C'orn rtoand, and t!i'y have never bad rraon to l tirry. Yours very truly, ila.MT FAit;BASK21tJ SouthTth MMinrcapr.li.Minn." (Mm. Kair- ; banks la one of the most auoceif ul and hightet a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 7 January 1904

CORED AT LAST Dr. T. A Slocum, tho Great Chemist and Specialist. Will Send Free, to the Afflict- eu, I? our .Largo samples oi nis in ewiy : Discovered Remedies to Cure Con sumption and all Throat, Chest and Lung Troubles. Nothing coulil I fairiT, limn philanthropic or onrry niorv Joy to tlie nfliiLlcl I linn this onVr. Cotifi.lfnt 1lwt ht linmllnroveivd nil nlmoluto cure forCtmpiinirttlon nml nil pulmonary roniplalntx, nml to make I tit Rreftt incritH Known, lie will m-ml liln Complete Treatment, einbriwlntf tunr larje KimijiU'x, to any reader who may lx Buffering trom cotigus, colds, catarrh, bronchial, throat and lung trouble or consumptlots. Already this "Now Scientific Course of Treatment" bo permanently coreil tliouMiindg of apparently boiR'less cohcb. There will be no mistake lu si -ml ins the mistake will lie in overlooking the generoua invitation. II Remedy Free to Jill To obtain these FOLK FKtC PUEPAKA.TIOXS that have never yet failed to cure, all you have to do la to write...

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