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

XL V7 ime Is the time to "clean up." Do you need any Wall Paper Paint or Ala bastine. We carry a large stock of up-to-date goods at Right Prices. OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE. P. B. MCktY, Proprietor Opera House BIdg. Rich ttill, Mo. Visit the Bazaar lor bargain. V. W, Rlake, (tarn the thriving town of Mel, wat in our city Mon day. At n. J. W. Snider it ttill on the way toward recovery from her re cent icvcte illness, A )uuiig I nil y named Aniline D) e recently took i er own Site in St. I-ouit, She faded away. Mct. L. A. Lhuiiiie and W. 1". Whitman were in Rich Hill last Monday ou buniiicss.- Pleatanton Hciald. The pastors talary lot the Wal nut ttucl M. B. Church lor the Cuming scar hat been fixed at nine bundled dollata including parson r;je. F. M. KoonU ha lost hit crip, and viill pay tome man live dollar to return it. v e know tome nu-n who hate lost their grippe that wouldn't have the thine returned lor twice five (Uillais. Mr. Frank Jonet, postmaster at Rcascly, h.i recently p...

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. — 7 April 1904

Written on TVhn irr hl,M-e1 bttnr to me a TwoXj Writ ty sum t'r-t f.,r his U.ly's sres, J cnnut o r ths tftilli twlf 1 Hut tlist I feel nir l tr ilt.l ilv Furli tomler sents-nce for win to se The wonts with lilt own word do ssre. , IjOvs p toa srlfsam lon.;u th wills wnrlii over A vina; 1M Rd MfWfl truth to me, Fit when. In i-n,1.-ret wise Nlhla piwt Would sing hit la1yl praises, touch, iiisvtie. In thxiciit her hand or Up, tn all I ht-sr My lover's word and thought anil fan ilea dfar. k THE RED MILK WAGON Br JKSlft Ll.KWKM.TTf. CttpyrigAt. 101, Zatt Stry MfUUaf Camavan. Aoole Bradley trudged along th sandy road la the face of a dry wind, winging hef school book by a long trap and tossing her pretty bead de fiantly as though enjoying her battl 'Kith the elements. It was a long walk from high school In the center of Clayville, a booming Kansas town, to ber home in Loran'i Addition, which despite its cltlfled . appellation was in reality but a stretch of farm country. The girl was too...

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. — 7 April 1904

' 1 i W HTr Bwjvif"J T''H prwar) fr t avian ti Cur. W, the ti1r'Mj Mi luta K. J. fr U'BUM Ift seara ana i-ruerwa ltm artM,t h n "fcf'i in all fiefrtee timu' '! ar4 tn.M-ti, j? Jilt i sUsta so carry ar, k)"Ltfu tr-iata )-f It fci j, W Al,JIi. Itilt 4 MiVf, fT"i fatarr C'lWS te tat l(nrt.a"t-. Mtii (.-tif lii bum add mofiH tu'f 'wt M Ut iiii iurus calldclllead and Eczema M&Speili BEffiS Cnrcd 'III And gentle anointings with CUTICURA OINTMENT, purest and sweetest of emollients and greatest of skin cures. It means instant relief and refreshing sleep for tor tured, disfigured, itching, and burning babies, and rest for tired, fretted mothers, when all else fails. How's This ? Boy fail to realize thct soma day they will know as IHtl a their parents. To Cnro Oolit In On fiar. Tail I.au.t ive Itrnraa (yiuil Tkliia, Alt LruUrluud niunej If t f .ilatocvre-Swe, 1 ;r: j wri Marriage Amenities. Sirs. I,iierat do huiul) I wert l the club Uwiajr, and was elcld i litlrtitan of a (ommliK although...

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. — 7 April 1904

LOUIS 1904 World Fair News FUOM HEADQUARTERS .THE ST. LOUIS 1904 s I oiiis GLOBE-DEMOCRAT Is the one great newspaper which ought to find ft place in every hone. duiiri( the coming year. It has no equal or rival in all the Wfst arc.l will be in Ji5prnsab!e to all who desire to keep fully in formed as to the Wot id's Fair and the National Campaign c( 1904 SEMI-WEEKLY, ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. The vVKF.Kl.Y OIOI5E-nEMtK'AT 1 Issued In Netnl-Weeklv Sections, eljrht pace or more, each Tuesdnr nn.l Friday. It Is a bin skmi-wkicki.Y PA rF.it. pivlng ll tbe news of nil the earth. twibb r. kky CKK.imd a Rreat variety o( lnterestlncand In ntnietive reading matter for every member of the fiimilv. Almost eounl to a dally at tlie price of a wcekiv, ONLY ONE DOIXAll A YEA It. THE DAILY GLOBE-DEMOCRAT. THE IM'AT JIEPLItLICAN TAfEKOF A.MEKICA. PRICE BY MAIL. POSTAGE PREPAID: Daily, Including Sunday One year, 6.00; 6 months, f P..00; 3 month, $1.50. Iaily without Sunday On.. year. ?l CO; 0 months, $2.0t; ...

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. — 14 April 1904

1 4 volume is RICH If ILL, MIKSOUttS, T 11 U US OAT, APRIL- 14, UK). f HnrTTTTrTnM RICH Tunrir tt ilJLLiLiLd J! A Attention farmers. Why remain In the North 11 ixl nty in doom nix month lu tho jpnr c-finnumlnji what jnu raiwe during the other W IIIOIltllH? i hmith when? you can work out doom every month In the year, mid where yon r producing something tlie yenr rou ml. If you are a Mock rnl-r you know your Mix-k are now "entlticr their head off" nnd, Im-hIiIch. have to l protected from tUn rig or of winter liy expensive Mvtti-r. Eroiioinital MM-k fnsling rci'ilTvx the combination of both hVwii-fortnlng nnl fnt forming f.MnU In rcrtnln pro- i'ori loriH. Alabama and 'lorhla produi-e lu abund ance tho velvet lieaii huJ cna s.tva. t!n firt a nli pro ducer. iiu-1 the hitter a fat producer, nnd they are tho (dienpeM nnd let fattening mn ti-riiilx know a to the world Moiv ni'iiif-y cim lie made nnd w ith lf l:ilor. lu jjen cr.il farming, fruit nnd Wrry K rowing nnd truck pnrden tng along o...

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. — 14 April 1904

THE TRIBUNE 1 j 4 i nllCU I11US - ., MlcSoSni. Pear CxarTo irak alcohol un drinkable, freexo It. Please eeud on the $23,750. . -..-:r..' Nrwi.'Yoxk report ' that money la cheap. Better have your coffere filled tir fr the. summer. . Sir Edwin Arnold's little Japanese widow must feci doubly like a tran ger in a atrange land now. "A rond woman," h said, "la too food for any nan, hut It's a blamed good tbl.afr sdie doesn't know It." They are going to have aa official Inspector of eat in New York. What' the matter with a cat rescue leaneT Trot. Gaylry of California univer sity baa severely criticised a 'flu's of girls for glggltug.. Girl will be irla, profearor. Every parent who baa longed for a boy and been bleesed with a girl In stead know a Just how Lord and Lady Curron lr. .'-' Wnoloomoaioo Bay, Auatra.il. la 'the acene of a recent athletic triumph. Paraphrasing an historic Baying, what urn lor to jreJIS ..... . '. .-'O Korea'a emperor haa hundred of wire; almost aa foolish aa Solomo...

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. — 14 April 1904

A Of' Oalrtty Dscoratlon for' Dinner Table. In table setting there I alwaya wornetblng new. At a recent dinner the hoatcsa surprised her guenl by decorating the center of her table with cloth of pure gold thread, ! Mly worked, the border lace design of white silk and fine gold mnb In diamond-shape stitches. The green for the table was small ferns, set tn an oval dish of dark blue china, wif3 figure In relief representing peasants in holiday continue. At each corner of this gold center was candlestbk In dull Bilver of colonial design, fur nished with a shade if Iridescent Class, which graduated from tones of lfht yellow to dark orange, and then to red. Eton Collar for Spring. The Eton collar H noticed on some spring suit. It la a welcome char.ee from the coilarb- effect of former reasons. It gives a girlish, not to tajr boyish, look to the wearer. It has already been ?wn on the English ten nis suits of white duck and sea green linen in Florida courts, and cow tt comes along as a top ...

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. — 14 April 1904

The Tribune. ( t'O, ! IIKRFBT, NANMR R. HtCKrnT. EdUorn4 FblUhrt. abiorlpUonliataii . luomli . 41 e . SlrjU t"'l . .' KrlM.rf ier!wV.n to Iht C1 cf CQf!ln t f .-.I Lit J! si UUS Hill, i. Mcnnd ttik ml! Bttt .".'uiv.c men vote the wsy they shot, but more men vote the way they drank. The Federation of Labor in urg ing its members to "avoid nonunion whiskey." The Washington Post pertinently suggest that it woulJ better stii! if the advice were amend ed by striking out the word f'non-union"' What do the affidavits of a hun dred men, who say they didn't see any election outrages in St. Louis amount to, as against ten good citi zens, who say they did see them and weie the.victirm of such outrages. We suspect there are ten thousand men in St. Louis, who did not see any interference whatever in elec tion matters on Democratic primary day and cou!d safely swear they did not. Yes, no doubt every country editor who sends out the supplement affidavits could make a Democratic oath that he didn't...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 14 April 1904

E CREAM & CREAM SODA. We have the most complete soda fountain outfit in Bates county now running. All the leading soda water drinks and the very best of ice cream on hand all the time. . OPERA DRUG AND RACKET STORE; IVB.UICKIY, Proprietor Opera iloos Clclg. Rich Kill, Mo. Yis.t the Hatar (or bargsint. Mrs. H. L Duckeridge returned home Monday night from ber visit to l;lmoi. Tlie Faim Implement Co., te agents (or tl.c Champion nd Mil-wiuU-c Harvesting machinery, &t '1 hs. Uncle hat rented tht Geo. I'.. L pniperlt out on Qualit Hit, it to lie near hit mining Op erations. (Jo to W. T. Duvaltt for fishing pole and Itn.fc, garden teed, pan ite ware, and rubber boots, and ev er vllimij else kept in a auccessful racket store. The I'arm Implement Co., hive in slojk carriage, buggiet, od harness tor sale. It will TY yJ to look at their goods and get then price. 6t M'' C'Uik Walter Vail visited tiitiuc !rw day thi week. Walter lo'k a th m;h Uncle Sam' ser vice airet who him. We are j;...

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. — 14 April 1904

n J tuf. I stand sn.1 look in ths g!a (t-nlhl At my Ki'H.h f i -n mi.1 mv f.- . (sir, t oh not .a Ir.- r.r warnm of bliahl Nr hinl -r iitritlow f rt'inlnff vm I fr.. . oy.'t, v and fr-e! Urn in old la K'Ri!lii that's far It wum as If t a!wava mnt h YiMit'ff and hanty. cir ftv-ft and ny Pern nn in my hen its a tligufht unfurl I wlnii 1 ci-ulJ alwar atay girl. II r ninthor i near ma. bert frlond and I ue; I turn in )rve her. anil yet I stsy; I rliri.iy 'n.1or If I shall, t.w. Ihh wwl and patnnl ahrg t am gray. Ah! mutt.er tnve la a orteetes nnrl I wish 1 cuulil alaayt atay a girl. I'nt ho in wsltlr f,r ni re!ow. I I f on 1 hj pruiulaetl to love and t i. Oh! whot j a !lfa tu!4 for m TiV.ss or wo? Why am I so happy, yet tf.hA with ,lrv.1' Ah' rhrfk of rfwns' h, shint" coil! 1 talari 1 rouid always tsy a slrl. t'liilailelpiuit pre?. O V . A SUBURBAN SCANDAL 11 A. sr. JUIIV ilMOC k. - Edmund Lxtlby went home from the city that evening by aft earlier train than usual, mid Mrs. Isilby was o...

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. — 14 April 1904

; i 11 'is H than eat aeaa In the ait thai (rtcma leae at If stern Canada JHai d r ffcrr( 15 tf.p1 t fH )ttr af k Ul ,l.MogA4. ' . F'tXHsrasisd Land. '' rrs; . white atttar e. t e C.ifv1 tr. O nd (ituii.q l.ntla Y ' oa r. ttta r,r,ttuwl. mVi.ll lha ba !'' M I f ftw itl flrrtH fadr fuf . Markets, rWhsoln. kallwar aa4 all at bat autdHWn saak WwrB lataaate a awe Ma (pat ",e- '?!..; .'rttSotrlnlA limnlcratl"-Ottne.Car aaa, if a dac-niruv Ail, a4abt lafofstatwra at iottaa'Hham4 C rta.lin lVainmAft J S ( mwtuia, ha w. hima &urt. kxm Cuj. Mo. FREE to WOMEN A Larfn TrUI Box and book of lfl It nut ion absolutely t wo end Post Mil J. enough ta prove tb value of PaxtineToilctAnliseptic ParUrx U to pmvrtr tarts, tw iMntrt ta trf pafr im tfcstt ertiv. Tto cURti V 1 : ., 1 anara Aathartle JMWa- Vf 7 -" arr r"-i r rtbar--a mn - ' aaaa la l ai aM taiairnalHwi.f Jyj raa caa tm TS formula of a noted Boston phytkUn, and wed tith frtat tucccit 41 a Vi t(W Vuh. lor Uutorrheu, PKxCLanK Naui OUrrh. So...

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. — 14 April 1904

LOUIS 1904 World Fair Nowo FROM HEADQUARTERS rrTHK - GT. LOUI3 1004 St Louis GLOOE-DE RAT Is ths one great newypaprr which ought to find a place io every ho-.tift during the coming year. It has no eual or rival in til the West ami will be indispensab'.e to all who desire to keep fully in' lornud as to the World's Fair and the National Campaign of 1904 SEuIMilEKLY, ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. Thi WEEKLY !IX)ni:-PF.MOCUAT in Issued In .seml-Vcckly Sections, elirht rnres or more, each Tuesday nud Y rblay. It in a bis s.iMi-wrF.KLY ra-i-ku. giving all the news tl all t hp earth, twibk lev si;v w KKK.nml ft great variety of Interestlngand In structive reading matter for every member of the faintly. Aiimwt eqtinl to a dally lit tho price of a weekly, lM. O.M-J IMJIXAK A 1 KAU. THE DAILY GLOBE-DEMOCRAT. Tim ;ni:.T ra:icLicAN AMLKICA. PRICE BY MAIL. POSTAGE PREPAID! lhtiiy, including Sunday One year, f'J.Crt; 6 months, $3.00; 3 months, $1.51. Dully without Sunday One year, $d 00: C months, f 2.00; 3...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 21 April 1904

i i THE RICH JiX i 1Q VOLUME? 15 BICII RILL, 8II8SOCKI. ttintHOAV, A I'll It. 541. n 4 r 3 Attention farmers. Why remain In the North (Hid May indoor tlx month hi the Year conwumlntr what jon i;iirt during the other iv month? : South where yon can work out door every mouth In the your, nmi where you are producing nict li tuff t li jwr rmnul. If you are a Mock raiT you know your Mock are now "entity; their hem! off" ninl. In-Kid.-, have to le prot. tcd from therlir ura of winter by cxjh-ubIvc Economical Mock feedlntr riiir'H t ln combination of 1i. th 1! li-furmlntf nud fnt f irini oir food in certain pro portion. Alalia inn rind riori.'.'t prodm-e In nhnnd niioi' tin- velvet lien it nmi eai km vn, the flrwt, a ttt-nli pro ducer, aid the latter a fat prodne.-r, mid they niv the i'hejijN-Ht mill ln't fattening material known to the world Mii money can lie. made niirl with lei lahor. In jren eral fanning, fruit mill l-rry urowiny: n ml truck (rnrdeii i'.tg shins our road In the South t...

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. — 21 April 1904

gjETRfflUNE RICH IULU, MliSOCkI. The. Tibetan also are beglhntng to feel the pressure of th dark mans burden. Praise omn for th qualities she doesn't posses nd sh.e'11 worship you. Chicago New. Radium will not cure cancer, thai th excitement baa died what la radium good for? Now down. Th Russians In Manchuria are on hort rations. War arbitrates, and an empty stomach may be referee. SI people committed suicide Is New York la one day. Evidently the outgoing trains were badly crowded. Radium rays, ft has been discov ered, do not cure everything. Some thing bad to be loft for the N rays to cure. It Is nearly time for Brander Mat thew to come out in defense of "busted" as a good and proper En glish word. Canada consumed 200,000,000 ciga rettes last year. ThI sounds bad un til you read how many the United Slates consumed. First It u the "X" ray. now It Is th "N" ray. If science keep busy we may have the whole alphabet rep resented by rays... The Korean nary 1 made op of twenty five admira...

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. — 21 April 1904

II WTO VETE for "Old lronsld." Ko lofiffr In oMlvion Let wir hr f irm "J'hs qinoiii oiil n.'iip whn lama w m iron Alltl'J til tilllu a vttii la. tr-stiip II, reatl-fs tooth of Tim Hi-r im!fi;i Minmiii reoof: An then villi n.sis. .il, rigging, eii't ho "Old li -unsldet" om mure. Olv br the likeness, Hirounh and throunh Fhe wnrr in rfTa hfn she W iimh h. In.i.-cd. and lair. and knew Lo! only lt'itrI Give ber brr runs of thundering vole. And eerlntnit :Ke hr Her fln. too. thsl she mr rejolc. And lecl l tie olil berl-silr. As km she rvl the dahln wave. The foemsn's prl.te IsM low. n4 mtI the r-.nintrv. In Ihs brav, Your.g ears of Pina agu. Thn inrhor her safe br the ttn That lives th.rnush her to-dsv. An) let the spurious deeds ti down A herHnre fur set ticnrge Newell I-uvfjoy. In Boston Budg et. Th Trror of War. War I war; sometimes for the moet trivia causes, but alwaya bloody, bru tal, ravage. They may tell about thi anil that officer being outgeneraled, and what might have happened,...

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. — 21 April 1904

The Tribune. wm. r. Ht Krnir, nammk n. Hrcnr.ni . avilltoraaad FafclUhar. aaactiptlsattataii lt( V.. 1 . I Tt.r M n.lh . hi MonllM . I Slnala Cop Enmcd cronllti to itw act ol ConT,i tlw poM off.ct at Kith Hill, iwcond taatt aaoHat Iteputillcnn Convention I)sts. Slate convention, St. Joseph, Jul. Judicial convention Jefferson City, Aug. 15. iemooratlc Convention Dates. Democratic national convention, Si. Louis, July, 6. Democratic state judicial conven tion St. Joe June 21. Democratic delegate convention, Joplin, June 29. Democratic state convention, Jef ferson City, July 19. There are indications that the Monnon apostles are looking to the United btate wnate committee on privileges and elections for their next revelation. Justice brewer, of the U. S. Su preme court, siys that many of our civic ills are due to the fact that we have mure political rights than we know what to do with. LM A. li.nnhart, florist and a re publican, t was elected mayor of Clinton at the late spring election...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 21 April 1904

Soda itizz Big Bizz That's Us For People Know Good Foun tain Drinks and where to Get Them. THE OPERA DRUG STORE, D.B.RlCkEY, Proprietor Opera Koase Bit Rich Kill, Ms. Phone 32. See the new wrappers on dis pity at the Uazaar. Mr. and Mr. J. E. Ame were in the city Monday. Uev. W. Lattin is able to be bout the street nd look after but iness matters. The Farm Implement Co., ie agents (or the Champion and Mil waukee Harvesting machinery. St County auperviiion wn carried in Cass county by a vote of 62 ma jority. Henry Lee, across tha river on rural route No. 5, is reported quite sick. The Farm Implement Co., have in stock carriages, buggies, and harness (or sale. It will pay you to look at their goods and get their prices. t They do say that the lla.'sar is the only store ia town that can furnish a worn in with complete outfit, from a bat (or her head to shoes (or her (eet. Ladies, this is the store (cr you to visit. Jimmie Amet and wife, o( Hume returned ftom Garden City, where they wer...

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. — 21 April 1904

Friday' Oh. ! horn at l!iWori, At lM..'for.l , In I W'von. And I . mx horn n' Friday, tho ynunf t r Si hi iif vt( ; fio t cm ! th wtn.l Mow thnttijth nil lio h n ml t rt' And I inn hrnr (ht emit In of drowned nu from ihU irtni-i oult h'r Only n Imvt ht per lrA!hcd poftly In rtr r; I'trfore Tll rim opna I'm misht f know That Mw t 1 fr a canker h?r iroldun For Frf.Uy'w cWM mtml Vcr and ht n uoihr nmy, And cowr wrtth lo-n!rn cloud th un tiiftt shlnrt to-tlay. And I vn V Kn-luy. rid am th And I m mftyt th n-nddest rntifd o' lii-Ie-ford In I n-von. I'alJ .VUU Oitue. naavsnawunaanw B ABETS SACRIFICE From the summit of certain ample hill near Champrosay the view la rare ly beautiful and has inspired many a poet and painter. But this story Is Dot concerned with the landscape. At the foot of the hill, in the winding, pic turesque valley, Hands a rough, weather beaten cottage. It has stood there for years and years, and the woods of Snart. opposite, look down upon It with a long-recognized co...

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 April 1904

I 1 5 if 'Vounz women may avoid much sickness and pain, says Miss Alma Pratt, If they will only have faith la the use of Lydia E. Pinkhan's Vegetable Compound. Jutirrinff from the letters nil ft reeciviii); from so many yourifr girls, 1 rs. Piokharn believes that our (firls are often pnhed alutrether too Bear the limit of their eudurance now adays in our public schools and semi n ariee. JCothintf ia allowed to interfere with studies, the pi rl must be puslwd to the front and graduated with himor j often physical collapse fullowe, and it takea year to recover the lost vitality, of ten it ia never recovered. X! ia Pratt saye, " D MR. PlllKIJAM ! -I feel !t tny dutv to U-il all vounir women bow much t.vcll.t J- Pinkliiun's woo derful Vegetable) Compound baa done for rue. I waa complete!; rtin down, unable to attend school, and did not care for any kind of society, but now I fuel UUe a crw person, and have pained seven pound of fifth la three mouth. "I recommend It to all young I women ...

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 April 1904

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