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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 28 January 1904

FOR EVERY USE. LEDGERS, JOURNALS, RECORDS, etc. From the pocket size up to 600 pages, in price from 5c to $2.50. Ink from 3c per bottle to 75c per quart. OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE. D. ft. IUCKEV, Proprietor Optra Mouse Eldg. Rich Hill, Mo. Elder Claypool, formerly of the Christian church in this city, is now engaged with the New York Life Insurance Co., with head quarter in Louisville, Ky. Mr. Grant Stine, one of the old rid reliable friends of the Tut iusk, was in the city last Friday, and let his presence in the city be kuowa substantially. He knows what is good to read. The Appbton City Journal of last work, sives an illustrated write up c! sainr of that cities lead ing business men, among them Dr. C I. Hostd-n. a foimrr Hates county on- n. W. J. Loos, who formeily owned the Talbot piuprit), on south 6th street in tin city and tiaded it for a stotk of tao.H at Hum some thing over a star ago, will soon remove Iri'in ilunie to Pleasanton, Kati.as. Ci ituitf Lac k to Ins fust love...

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 January 1904

t SLMMI R HXSLTH. fpsees there or of silver, space ot h.-ryl itreri. t(lia Mm 'mI fl"Tiltiif ro th lln ilfn fciiutths tx-Urpn; Jiitiilwt itini.i- railing whll twltit 'fit tie f-illts; A-t- tt smim-iii rves their fervent X fciithf.iit s'ea Vis rWm, while ir-i-T piavons drawl, M.rfli .1 in U' ei.Kwjr shelter of Ivy in t wall; Th ii..r mns her spinning, for br I. mur t:Ttie tannins. Anil tti'mxl irniw nli ilrr drops are th li iri.f 1' ul her lis II. Crvr :lmii lnrlA th they Vfrrim; There i n.i stain of scarlet where lately th sun. "Time's ttrtr-r thnt wm lifted falla: and a jeint shifted I'pi.n ih uf the earth. Another day Li J Westminster Gasett. l 14 "tWW"!" - -w'W-lMlni:gl,ift THE LAST HOPE By I I RA TINE Kami. "Kuthie, do you think Jame will come to-morrow T Will t see him vice more before I die? He will com. If he knows, won't he?" "Ok. grandma!" uuswered the gL-I. "don dont talk that way! Maybe w will keep you wlia us a Ions time yet. Ten, I think Jaaiea will come, and really. ! ...

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 January 1904

I Miss Gannon, Sccy Detroit Amateur Art Association, tells young women whst to do to avoid pain and suffering caused by female troubles. " T-AK Vl rtSRnAat ! I MB eon eclcnt lotw!r rwmiwoii I.ydia I 11 nk barn's Vegetable Compound to those cf my fiiten atifJerintr witii female wenkneies and the trouble which a often, bcfa'l women. 1 suf fered for tuonlba with prnera.1 weak Bvs, and frit so wrnrt that i httd hard work to keep up. 1 had (.hooting pains, and was uttoriv miserable. In mrd (fr I vu advised to I.Jtll.t i I'lnVham's Vest-table Com pound, and It was a mi letter day to rae whoa 1 took the first dose, for at that time rny restoration ln-p-an. In sis weeks I a chanced woman, perfectly well la every respocL 1 felt ao elated and happy that I want all wotiwn w bo suffer to fret well at I did," Miaa (inn (Jiiisoi, S59 Jones St., IVtrolt, Mich., Secretary Amateur Art Association gvxioorrV'f rferfeteaefossas art tar mf iimihh saaaaet fret, mi. When one considers that MIm Ganoon'a le...

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. — 28 January 1904

ST LOUIS 1904 World Fair News FROM HEADQUARTERS TllK ST. LOUIS 1904 SI . Louis GLOBE-DEMOCRAT Is the one prcat newspaper which ought to finJ a place in every hone during the coming year. It has no equal or rival in all the Vf.t an J will be indispensable to all who desiro to keep fully In formed as to the World' Fair and the National Campaign of 1004 SEMI-WEEKLY, ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. TI1K (iKFAT IIKPTTtLICAX PAPEU OP AMEHICA. The WP.P.KLY nU)lU:-rKMK'UAT H Issued In Keml-Woeklv Section, vicM paRvts or more, each Tuesday and Friday. It it 1'lar hbmi-wkickly 1'a I'Kii. frivintr nil the newa of nil the earth. Twmie kv. miv w KKK.tintl a great variety of lnterettlnrnnd in dructive n-adintr matter for every inetuUr of the family. Almost eounl to a daily nt tlio price of n weekly. ONLY (.K WJI.LAll A H.Ali. THE DAILY GLOBE-DEMOCRAT. PRICE BY MAIL, POSTAGE PREPAID: laily, lucludinj? Sunday One year, f C.0: 6 months. 3 mouths, $1.."i0. " Jai!y without Sunday ne year. f 4 00; G mouths, $2.00; ...

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 February 1904

i .Tr TTTlPTT TTXT .MIL 1 V M. ! . 14 ; (J 3. 2T.S mj in ii c ''3 1 Attention farmers. Why remain In the North and stay Indoors mix months in the year coummln;r what you raise during the other tlx month? Uo Smith where you can work out door every month In the year, and where you are produrlng something the year round. If you are a stock rnl-r you know your stock are now "'entlii;r thMr head off" nutl. lieside. have to Im protected from the rg or nt winter ly expensive shelter. Economical stock fee'dlng' require the combination of both ttesii-forminjr anil fat forming food In certain pro- iMtrtloitn. Alabama and loricln produce In nhuttd ant the velvet liean ondcas suva, tint? flret a flesh pro ducer, and the latter h fat producer, ami they are the chenKtat ami Uttt fattening material known to the worM More money ran ! made and with Icbm lalnir. In jrcn eral farmlmr. fruit and Is-rry (rrowiiiK and truck jrarden ing aiont; our road In the South than In any otlierme tlon erf the Union....

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 February 1904

THE TRIBUNE men hii.l, MISSij'JKI, Th rnan a )in r,r. li, rx.rax must not be offended If real men call HhrhU may not like the look of the husky person that are putting Jtn on the buck. What li the use of vacation that only mean harrier work afterward to tatch in with your wnrkT Iook out for the pneumonia germ, which l hiding around the corner ready to pounce upon you. The Chioftpd cow Mho had sixteen sunces of pins concealed alout her person was plainly a perfect lady. Probably It would be rude to In quire how much Allred Austin has to pay to get those U.ings of his printed. Hal! Csine hao nervons prostration. Now perhaps he knows how most of the people who fcave seen his plays ruffered. Gen. Uribe-tTribe threatens to march asaiust ua, but we shall prob ably be able to make a stand against boib. of liim. College bocks. It seems, are not aa popular as college football. The Yale flee club lost $2,400 on 1U Chrlstmaa trip out west. A bear la running at large In New Jersey. The citizens...

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 February 1904

Cc J- .:'-r- ..d ! 1 MISSOURI NOTES -.. . : 1 UulL -w mm New and AftrvnJa. Tw o feat"! uptHi tU bf t, And labor' a ; Twt i f( r-rotaed lit feat The raoe tm wn; Too x villi cln-wrlgM shut. And all l.ars Twu In wira rif la mute, at !; ' , fVi prav wv oftftilimea. fnosirntn nur lot; Uwl in bla klndnwu enawerela not. "Twn handa to wnrk addrevs Aye t'r Hit pri: Two f"i that Br raat tAa.ktng- H,p was: Two rv thai (k ahnve Tl.rr.ugti alt t h i r ti-ara: Tw..t li at ill hri-athlng love. Not rritii, iNir f-i;" a frif w ftrwarjH. low on nir weeee; f'art 'ii tlxwa erriuf pravera! Fattier bear u.eei Dinah Mrla Unlock Cralk. Jutt Before Gettysburg. Writing to the rhlladtlphla Ledger. Georae R. Prowe-ll of York. Pa., fives the following recollections: An article which appeared !n tba Public Ijedger. and signed by H. C. Potter at the cavalry engagement at Hanover. Fa, June 30, 1&63. deserves attention. The facta which governed the legislative committee of appropri ations concerning thia battle...

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 February 1904

The Tribune. IKO. P. SUCH MIT, KAXMC R. mCKKBT. K4itortaa Fkllkr. berlitloKtai Vmi l.v I YTifetM . Months 8 I Smls tcp(V - Enifwd ccinllf lh - Coki"I " PMvAk t Rut. Hill kwI d wwll HKPUIIUCAN CONUKESSIOS AL CONVICTION. The It.'puiilUrtim of the lth con-jcn-KHlouul district , .of the atntc of Missouri, will Jinx-t in delegate con vention nt tin city of OwnnolJ. on Mon.lny, MfiivU 11, nt 10 o "clock a. in., fur the purpose of nominating a llopublicaa candidate for cuiigrrwi for wild OiHtrict. Alo to elect two l. iVs.itea and two nlternntfs to the National Republican Convention to lx held In C hicnso, June 21, l-KU, to iliooae cojuiiuttwmeu for the cou-nriw.lon.-il committee of nid tliHtrkl for the ensuing term. The basis of ntntlon la wild convention h ill le one delegate for each S00 vote, or major fraction thereof, cant for Win. McKitiley for president, In l',00. The apportionment from einh county of delegate in wild conven tion, on the above bonis, from the several counties of the ...

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 February 1904

PI AMt FOR EVERY USE. LEDGERS, JOURNALS, RECORDS, etc. 4 From the pocket size up to 600 pages, in price from 5c to $2.50. Ink from 3c per bottle to 75c per quart. OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE. D.B.R1CMY, Proprietor Optra ttoasc Eldg Clc Kin, Mo. C G. Harnett (pent Sunday with his lamily. The Carbon Center postoffice if repotted discontinued and its p trcm will be supplied by V. V. Houghton, carrier on Route 4. The Nevada Choral Club, com posed cl 60 people, will appear at the opera house nest Monday even ning. io grand musical enter lainment. We are pleated to note that the little daughter of Mr. and Mr. Si mon Loeb has entirely recovered from ber recent attack of diphtheria without any seiious rcutts, Mr. Geo. Wilkison of the Arthur neighborhood wt in the city. Mon day and favored the Tdibuni office with pleaant call. Wilkinson it a worker that never let up. Curt and Chas. Burrows have purchased the grocery atore cf A. It. llolloway and look charge of the atock Moodiy morning, under...

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 February 1904

PXCOLLCCTQM5 or-" V'L.' t, OIJ.OW1NO nr V-"i. extract from a V-' -( !? PPpr giving pc- son at recollection of Abraham Lin coln which th Hun. A, S. Sio moaa has conUib- li (ml ! "One day while In th Whit Koue. waiting to see ii,, resident, ! found myself in line with perhaps flftT other awaiting my turn to come. Im mediately in front of me vu rather tall and wtupid appearing follow, and I wondered what In the world his mis sion was. It was noon after the 'con trabands' bad bosun bringing In In formation relating to the enemy, and I wa not surprised to hear him say to Mr. Lincoln jn answer to hU qnes lion. Well, my friend, what can I do for you?" "I gee you are rather busy to-u'ay and i will come (n Korea other time and tell you about what "con traband" told me, and ' Here the President interrupted him by a alap on the shoulder, and with a ateady ?are beginning at his muddy boot with his trousers tucked In, looking upward to his shaggy red hair, ex claimed: 'Sit right down here and te...

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 February 1904

I DIED IN WILDS OF LABRADOR. V'RTirTnV7KTTAnv. especially rTTT "T"b lb Am itant Editor of Outirg PeriaHe of VV lvJiiiLij LIABLE to M'AJiL j rarvaiisn. j i QtT.HKC (Kpecial.) Word was r-j eelvtsd litre from Chateau liay, latra- j dor, that a courier had arrlted tber f rtmi Northwest river with th infor-j mutlou that Leotilda Hubbard. Jr., of j Colds Invariably Result in Catarrh Which Sets Up a Host of Distressing Diseases. PE-RU-NA Both Protects and Cures a Cold Read Proof th exploring party co. out by th f mapaxIriA Out lug of New York. Lid ' died from starvation In the wild of . J-trador oa October It. "l.e teuialha ar6 ca (heir way lo Que bee, o the report ray, by dog 'train with the other member of the 'expedition, whlrh I expected to reach ','ba'cau Hay tome time In March. V f ' -lr S'rry :'X V-. i . Mrs. Huehson, of letter follows, is another woman in hichi"uU'-r1 10 ork lt'ni1 iuto l-! position who owes her health to the use ot- on Augnt sc rert. came "rrom . T 1' V rt 11 t r ...

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. — 4 February 1904

. v. LOUIS 1904 World Fair News FROM I! EADQ U A RTERS zTl: ST. LOUIS 1904 51. ouis GLOBE-DEMOCRAT la the one seat newspaper which ought to find a place in every hone during the coming year. It has no equal or rival in oil the West and will be indispensable to all who desire to keep fully in formed as to the World's l air and the National Campaign of 1004 SEMI-WEEKLY, ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. TUB (1BEAT JtBPUIJLICAX iAri:tt of AMERICA. tim wekkia ;loiu:-di:mo kat u intmed in Sciid-Wecklr Sections. rlht pngva or more, each TueKilnv and Friday. ItUa ltsr hkiii-h kkki.v r-v-l'Kii, civiuxitll the news of nil t he earth. twipk :v KKYWKfK.nil a preat variety of inlervstitiK ami In Rtrnctlve rcaillng; mutter for every ltirtnlier of the family. Almost equal to n dally T the price of a Mtrlly, ONLY ONE IKH.IJK A 1 l.AK. THE DAILY GLOBE-DEMOCRAT. PRICe BY MAIL, POSTAGE PBSPAIO: Daily, Including Sunday One year, f fi.Oi); 6 month. $.1.00; 3 months, 1 ..". liaily w ithout Sunday One year, ft 00; 6 mo...

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. — 11 February 1904

TT lij.L.i..i-ji 'I JLiUUEJ -4 volumi: in B.ICJ.1 HILL MIKSOURI. THURSDAY, KKIJllCAIttf 11, IVQi. 8: 23 TKIBUMIS r Attention farmers. Why remain In the North and stay Indoors six month In the year consuming what you raise during the other ili months? (!o (South where you cad work out doors every month In the year, nnd where you nre producing something the year rouni. If you are a took mixer you know your stock are now "eating their heads off'' nml, W-sldf. have to b? proteeU.il froui th rig ors of winter by extensive hi'Iter. KeonomU-nl stock feeding rH1ti!r- the combination f ImjUi tloh-forming and fat forming food In certain pro- i tortious. Alabama and Toridn produce In abund ance the velvet lienn ntidriur iiva, the first a flesh pro ducer, and the latter it fat producer, nnd they are tlie licxft and best fattening material known to the world More money can le made nnd with less lalior, In gen eml farming, fruit and Is-rry growing nnd truck garden ing along our road In the South ...

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. — 11 February 1904

THE TRIBUNE RICH Illl-U MISSOwUI. Rum-Is mny take a notion to Inquire If Great Britain I hunting brum In Tibet. Do you realise O.at there r 40, (HHid'Ht Japanescit? Appsnntly the rxar docs. The very best thin Is the bridge whist face. If you have It, jour social poKlt'on is ii!itcl. If Hall Calne l suffering from in foinnla. why doesn't ho try reading corae of Mb own books? However, Dr. Harper's dictum that bright students Kire liuy 0os not im ply that ail la;y students arc bright With the (it-feat of G n. Jlininex, the Santo Domingo revolution for last week may be considered a closed inci dent. How disappointed the late Mr. Glad stone would be if he knew that they re felling trees by electricity now adays. What If Milwaukee cncml hai discovered that there are 86.000.000 gertns on an old tl till? Who'a afraid? The principle of the anti-profanity oclety see ma to be that in trying circumstances you mustn't ssy wbat yon think. Ptnbtless If the children vero con raited they would also ...

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. — 11 February 1904

I f"t a- TRUE ORIGIN OF i ST. VALENTINE'S DAY c ll I the fashion nowadays in speak of rr.any old cuaiorn tint mill ur- Ire, although ninth diminished, a If they were to all li tents and purpose lra4y dead, fit. Ya'rn'lrie day t. nowhere observed. It la true, a much a It wii too year ago, nor even antics as It wai In the early recollec tion at none of the elder generation of the present; yet it It very far from be lns extinct aa a peculiar and popular liolitlay. ia aonie or the rural dltitlct of England It la still celebrated with much quaint fidelity to tradition, and Ten In thla country certain of Ha well known features are not likely to be wholly abandoned. If ever, for many years to come. Indeed, the aortal prophet may well question whether St. Valentine' day may not rather regain much that It baa lot through the at trition of time and change by the natu ral reaction that followa all positive movement. The tendency toward re mewed respect for some social Insti tutions of the pt t...

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. — 11 February 1904

The Tribune. (,10. P. UtlWKBi, '.. KANKIB It. Hl'CRKHY. abartptlMatt V-r ..... hi. UmiiKi .u . B)1.iTSr.Mr.iS. . I Sln-l tojjlM..-. .- Kaad ..tenting 10 lb al -r"' .1 KkJi Hll. rtwO da. Mt,m Senator llauna is a vciy kick man ml may not recover. lie has ty phoid (ever. There i nothing vety eucoutagc- injj, to the old soldiers, in the way of pension legislation. IlEPUUCANCXSUItr-S8IO-AL CONVENTION. The Kepnblienn of the hixtli cot Krviwlontil diKtrlrt of the atAta of MinHuuri. will meet In delegate con vent Inn at the city of Greenfield, on Mon.lav, Mnrrh 14, at 10 o'clock a. in., for the jiurni of nominating n Uepnbliean eamJldute for cuiigrcwt for said litricr. Also to elect two neleiratea and two alternates to the National Republican Convention to W held in rhienjjo. June-'l, JW4, ana tiM-lioom emmnittmneu for the con- irmmionnl coiumlttee of uaid district for the ensuing term. The bal of renrexe ntntlon In said convention win 1. one delecnte for each 300 vote, or major fraction th...

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. — 11 February 1904

FOR EVERY USE. LEDGERS, JOURNALS, RECORDS, etc. Prom the pocket size up to 600 pages, in price from 5c to $2.50. Ink from 3c per bottle to 75c per quart. OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE. D. B. SiiCKlY, Proprietor Opera noose BlugRlchR.H.Mo. See the new collar at the lia xaar. Matinee Saturday afternoon at i jo- Circuit court opened at Butler, Monday morning. James .Sprout left last Mondty on a prospecting lour through Indian Territory. C. G. Harnett wat in Amsterdam last week working in the interest of the Modern Woodmen of Amrri ca. The board of alderman, of Am sterdam have passed an ordinance permitting the mining ot coal under the public t:e:t and alley. Dr. Shatp i pradin out by building an addition to bit dwelling. At the fame and success of Hi med icine spread abroad, bit wealth will increase. Messr. S. L. Standish and II. L. Cuttis attended Maonic lodge in Kich Hill, Wednesday night. Mr. Cutti rode the Chapter poet. Hume Telephone. MORPHINE. What Is la Become of the Cca staatly I...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 11 February 1904

SLRF.t'V W)U. Pwlr-ff Utile rrnd'cl Hwtnat awing? And ir imif nifofiy on ft'.ii t iiitr. An.l Inio the hadwy realm of night. A a hula white boat net eeirt afloat. Our tha wide, warm apaeee tilde Wlih nm.in itnil alata for lamp, mid hide Ihia dear In Ha on lu th Uarden of Hlwit. Wher Mule wlill dreamt will ausrd and ke1! Him aura and sound III) lh dnwning Of time to my erm will wake and hrlng Jhe llltl eleeny mi! I'la.lle w Irak-wing! Awing) Being and awy. Bwfnt. llitle cradle! gains! "wln! And wrap him eoft In the dinky fold! Of rush!, that all llltl children hold In her soft, aweet imu Arid her dli-amy t-hentia. Over the mountains crowned wlih anew. Swing Mill white boat-aw ma; and o; I 'rill on tha rtver of hivy dreami Wtiera a Illy with heart of (fold out a loam. Where the llttla wave rock c tha wa ter flow O'er the ellvry aitnde In tha depth below Swing, little rradle! Swlra- and away Hut bring him hark at the peep of day. lulia Neely Finch la New Urinaria ' Tiraaa-Lwmocrat. it....

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. — 11 February 1904

V FICROSD TUMORS CURED, Sirs. Haves First letter Appeal" injr to Mrs. 1'inLhuiu fur J I 1 1 t " Dra Mns. 1ikhai : 1 have been coder liowton doctor' treat racut for a long; time without any relief. They tell me 1 have a fibroid tumor. I can Dot sit down without (Treat pain, and the owncM ertends up niv spine. I have bearlnp-down pains xAh Uvk ad front- My abdomen Is swollen, and I h" had fl.iwiijj r "!1 for three years. My appetite is not rrood. Ican not wallc or be on rry feet for any length of time. ' Toe symptom of Fibroid Tumor irive-n in your lit'.le bo.iU aocuratoly describe my eaae, bo 1 writ to vou for aulrica." (Sisrne.1) Mita. K. I". lliTEA, IS2 Dudley fct, tlioxbury), lioMon, Maws. Mm. IlayeV R"'ml Le-tteri "DAft Mk. tixkiiam : Sometime a (to I wrote to you describing-mv symp toms and ai-ked vour advice. You re plied, and I followed till your direc tions carefully, and to-day I am a well woman. "The ne of I.ylU K. Plnkhani'a Voirctttble CotursMuml entirely ex pelled, tbe t...

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. — 11 February 1904

LOUIS 1904 World Fair News F RO M 1 1 E AD Q U A RTE RS rrrTHK v T. LOUIS 1004 St. Louis GLOBC-DEMOCRAT Is the one great newspaper which ought to find a place in every home during the coming year. It has no ecjual or rival in all tho West and will be indispensable to all who desire to keep fully in formed as to the World's Fair and the National Campaign of 1904 SEnil-V.ELKLY, ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. run on cat Itr-I'UBLIOAM pApEU OF AMERICA. The WEEKLY JLOr.IM1EMOCH.VT Is issued In Scmi-Weeklv Sort Ions, rltrht pnjres or more, eneh Tuesday and Friday. It l a his skmi-wkkki.y ta I'KH. jcivins all the news of nil the earth, twiius kv KiiYWKKK.nnd a rent variety ot interestlnfrnnd In structive reading matter for every member of the famllr. Almost epinl to n dully ot tho price of a weekly, ONLY DMiUOIXAli A lit-AK. THE DAILY GLOBE-DEMOCRAT. PRICE BY MAIL. POSTAGE PREPAID! Dully, Including Sunday One year, f 6.00; 6 months, f XW; 3 mouths, $ 1.50. laily without Sunday One year, ?l (: months, ...

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