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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 27 October 1904

Ji I ft...... AYcCr talik Preparalionror Ai- similalind, Bit Food Atw1 Rc ufct tang 9 Sfcsmta andLknrets of lYornctes Diftf sfiooChwrfuJ ne st and Re si Contains neither Opiton.Morphix nor Mineral. hOT VIATIC OTIC. rW.Saa assriBjB? WPnW A perfect Remedy for Tons ilp fion . Sour Slonvach.Uiarrtwca md Lo 8 9 O r bLEEI. Facsimile Signature of vew YnnK EXACT COW Wf VRAP?L. wWMBWa. oing hc No No "f.uow the ruw All railroad eonoeet wlta Ihe i fall locol agnt u. u-e yon ia the r 1 track to th World a ta r- aofitmiiM mhiiuo. L. S. McCLELLAN, H. C SlilELDS, Tuln Fautegrr Ageal. Trliof PaaMngcr Agcai 003 MAIN STREET. KANSAS CITY. fO. OOD LIGHT I amthtng ry mrohant la looking ftr. Writ u td fie taialogue. Over 3 0.000 'KAQl.K" AcetyUne Gener ator In wte In Raaieanoea, Store, tndg Hall. Co. Oant'sl Aoatylene Oo.. Y 1 0 Oelewero (., CI y ' A Iw.uliiul Mn! ktalrh Safe, In S t.W. bsic "Tie Girl Who Cn TrU the Bct Lr." 1 'ot " any drm, t-wipid, for on el er i.jr Utiflt. VlllaaW iaw4 Wu iWa ri . i t...

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 October 1904

ih ib& lililiiMilii 4 VV -r, Tniiwof Line, TriWito la t I T.-ri il.irli Of MISSOURI KANSAS QKLUHOt rex a a ao ths S&UIHWTMT M.'tSISSfPPf AUtPAMM aih rue tCVTtlZAST Fchir-d rales tn rTrct ail tbttwH EUREKA SPIES TTin FriH-o .-vnm oi-mies vlrtr-Tt-stlmild. t -ui:i". A it v- '-.t f 4 tlili.l in; )- r Ui- m inucKii c! rd Umv. Frisco Time Table. i11cii hii.l, missouri, 1i:pakth. K;u)HiiM City Mall and Ex press f:23 n. m. Tcxn, Oklahoma A Mem phis, Mall nud Kxpress 6:00 p. ni. 'jirbon Center 4:45 p. 111. . Akkivkh. Kansas City Mai! nnd Ex press 9:4 5 p. ui Texas, Oklahoma nnd Mem phis, Mail and Express J:50 a. Jn. Carbon Center 5:40 p. iu. For detailed Information in regard it train service, rates, etc., apply to J'.. T. I-alinrrlere. local agent, or Iiih. Donohue, A. G. 1". A.. Kansas City, Mu. Special lloniescekcrs VIA LOUISVILLE & NASHYILLE H. R. TO ALL POINTS IN SOUTHEAST Octet er il and Nofsmbsr 15 Less than On Fare for the Round Trip. Tickets limited to. return 21 days f...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 27 October 1904

i ! Supplement to the ... Riclh. irilill Tirilrrainie, RICIMIILL, MO., THURSDAY. OCTOBER a;. 1904. V i n 1! BUTLER IS ACqUlTTED. FOLK'S LAMENTABLE FAILURE TO PRODUCE EVIDENCE WHICH HE HAD SAID HE POSSESSED IN COMPETENCY OR DESIGN? Joseph W. Folk Is malilnB the rare for Rovcrnor of Missouri on the claim that he, and he alone, has been the public official In the Democratic camp to prosecute the corruption!! within hi own political party. The numl.fr m 1 .1 u. 1 j 11 ,.. of convictions obtained; (he secrets of the grand Jiry nnd personal abuse of the men who are to-day, and have been for years, the head and front of the ,v ,ttt,i-i. Missouri Democracy, are the materials which have been nsed and are being used by Folk In his campaign to obtain, first, the nominallon and second, the elect;on. We know nothing of wraccles within the Democratic party and care less; but we. together wish all other Missourians, are Interested vitally In terested in the publication of the truth about the boodl...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 27 October 1904

TH ITSl'S LETTER OP ACCEPTANCE POPULIST LEADER DECLARES PARKER, BELMONT, HILL AND GORMAN SOLD THE PARTY TO WALL STREET THE OLD CLEVELAND CROWD IN THE SADDLE AND RIDING THE RACE UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE STANDARD OIL AND SUGAR TRUSTS QUOTES BRYAN IN SUPPORT OF HIS CHARGES PARKER "AN ARTFUL DODGER- Thomas H. Watson, candidate of the People's party for president, la his letter of acceptance Elves abundant reason why Bryan Democrats should not vote for Tarkcr. "With the excep tion of the opening paragraph, Mr. Watson's letter Is as follows: MR PRY AN. WHO 13 ALWAYS CAREFUL IN THE STATEMENT OK UTURED OPINIONS. HAS AS SURED THE COUNTRY THAT "THE INFLUENC ES HACK OF THE P A R K- KR CANDIDACY ARE SO INTIMATE LY ASSOCIATED WITH TRUSTS AND GREAT CORPORATIONS THAT THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY COULD NOT APPEAL TO THE MASSES WITH SUCH A CANDIDATE." SAID MR. IIRYAN: "THEY WOULD BEGIN WITH A FOOT RACE AND END WITH A ROUT." LIKEWISE HE STATED A SELF-EVIDENT FACT WHEN HE DECLARED THAT "THE PLUTOCRATIC ELE...

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. — 3 November 1904

H 7 mm mLmJ 111 ilwMf J 0 UStB 15 RICH HILL, IllKSOCUI.TlICIUiOAT. SOYEKBITll 0, 1991. ar. o fm IY SCHOOL LESSON, i h VI Sovemlwr 6, 1904. a Text 2 Klnpi 11, 1-10. h, thk lUtx Kino. Time 7S B. C. t Tkxt. tt hen t)ie rJarlit n authority, the HpW re- Textual Study. theae note with ltllik! In ah. She Im n srxd 11!ut rn- rlnfltM'nr ( one life upon , The prondduushtcr of I dnughtrr of Ahuti and Job wife ol Jornm. Klne of Ju- mother of Ahatlah. She ulljr a tVrnrlou ua ht-r Dkbtkovkii all thk KKrit Iw arcurvd the duath of nil 1 lillJrvn, one only i-aeaplng he. Home one ban truly "To swim to aovervltrn rule mu of blood," Kwtkh or An aunt of tin? loy king:, of Jchotdit tlie prVnt. And Hilt IX THK HOOK OK THK his vkakk. rndiaWy the i place for audi a punc', lie prkut had ncona to the Uvi-r.it ovkk Hi'MtitKim, t t 'AITAI.H OI THK (iCAIIIM. II) WAItK A OIVKNANT WITH ASH HOWKI TIIKM THK .. Jonah w im now aeven I, and the kaikra were to 1ck1ikv to lil in ami arlee throw the aiunicr. That ox thk K...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 3 November 1904

THE TRIBUNE; GEO. I. IIUCKEHY NANNIB R, Hl'CKKBY Tiici lii 1 1 -TrTT" (Editor and Publisher V MISSOI RI I Ufa place no time limit on lit doing of good deeds. Football wl have to do it Vest II It is to keep up with the railway acci- dent. Tho Waiter has new war problem on band. Ho la trying to get th rival art achoola together. Ton can t Judge a woman's wind by the size of her pompadour or her wealth by the tlze of her purse. "There la always a bar at th mouth of the Mississippi river." remarks a contemporary. No wonder 1U mouth waters. A New Jersey man recently sold his baby girl for a cent. He must hare ben afraid the was going to take after him. Countess Bonl te Castellane has Invented a new gambling tad. but most any of the old ones will suffice th average pocket book. The wisdom of the rent cure Is uni versally acknowledged. but the trouble Is that most people do not take it until they die. John L. Sullivan Is reported to have lgned the pledge, but probably on tho Meredith marri...

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

JOHN BURT I Aetaaf el s-Tae KMmpiw4 MIIIwalr," Colami Maare s DKtttet," ru. orft:iiT. ". I All rifhw I Oorvsioirr, Ivn v rasna-u a tmtii A ii Am j hmI A. J. liaaaai. IMUULa CHAPTER XXX Continued Hw much U A O. have you?" he !imtn1oiJ. 'Thirty-five thousand aharea," re plied Mr. Maxin, 'How pua; but you soMI" a4 dressing bin mi. "About seventy five thousand."' Hu m m m. Fine outlook! forty thousand shares ahort on a stock, with only a hundred thousand shares to all." growled Randolph Morris. "By Ood. If I pull out of this thins with dollar I'll plac It where you can't Hod It with set of burglar's tools! " Randolph Morria glared t bis son, fumbled for bit glasses and bent over the tape. -Fifty Ave bid for U O." It read. "'Bid sixty for any part of tea thou aand rhares. Gimme that telephone! . o to the exchange. Mason, and ret on the other end of this wire, and I'll give you the order." Shortly before noon a news agency -made public a statement wblcb hastened the crisis. It read: "Th d...

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. — 3 November 1904

The Tribune. UEO, r. BrtKKBT, MANKIR R. MICKKBT. reman and Pabllabart. baorlptUalUtati Yw )l.le I Tr So Muih.... SlKf l CoplM. F aerarrtlnf act al CaalB t llec at Kick Hill, u ma4 daw H nam RIPUUCAN NOMIMLS. For President, THEODORE ROOSEVELT. For Vice President, CIIAS. W. FAIRBANKS. State Ticket. For Governor. CYRUS P. WALB RIDGE. For Lieut. Governor, JOHN C. McKINLEY. For Secretary of State, JOHN E. SWANGER. For State Auditor, HENRY WEILDER. For State Treasurer, JACOB GMELICII. For Attorney General, HERBERT S. HADLEV. For Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner, FRANK WIGHTMAN. Electors at Large, LAWRENCE M. JONES, D. M. HOUSER. For Congress, J. FRED RHODES. For Circuit Judge, CHAS. A. DENTON. Ccanty Ticket. For Representative, GEORGE CHURCH. For Treasurer. J. H. DOUGLAS. For Sheriff, CLYDE B. SPENCER. For Prosecuting Attorney, GEORGE TEMPLETON. For Coroner, C. B. COLSON. Forjudge North District, GEORGE RUBLE. For Judge South District, JOHN ARMSTRONG. Bryan in likening Parker to Mos es...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 3 November 1904

f i,(MU!iHIHKFS. - 4 "Closing out" pncts on 1 ,.i tuitU of Siovr Jul. i .in Si , Dan ainl (iiinj.n' I'lnli-uik u iiK m uii- m. ivjiii!i i ir tin- Mr. aiiJ Mm. J. C. Lane arc vis iting the world's (air down at St. Louis, this week. The Walnut St. M. E. Church is much improved in appearance br its coat of paint Dont forget that the G. A. R. tean supper will be held on thr t6th of November. The Done real estate company bas Oklahoma lands to sell for cash or exchange for Rich Hill or Dates county property. Our good friend W. J. Lawson. returned last Saturday from bis work at Windsor, Mo. and will remain borne until after election. Just received another car load of Heating and Cooking Stoves. Come and get the advantage of car load rates and prices. Johnannes & Sons. The bulk of tlie Walnut Street M K. Church are gvttln ready for their nnnat rhk-ken pk- dinner and ha. anar, which take place on Dec. 9th. Watch for further particular. Mrs. C. D. Winchell departed Monday for a visit to t...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 3 November 1904

STOMACH Oil FIRE CIiIY A KKELETCN Cr.OUCEINQ EI AET07E. Sfra, roter1y b an l'.ifrt.rttlfmry Its perlenre and I nitera-we. a Marvelous t banra. Mm. 'ft. rk.hor'y. of No. Ill O.to Street, Muberly, Mi.,ttnilriyapictMref robii"t tnwlth, ntol yvt five ye.r ngit, she bendy estitprd diiith. ft nm prvgnvwire einaointiou. To a reporter ahe told the fnllowinff story t "In 1S:W I lxnn tit have di-dressing ttni k of indigestion that coutiutuvt for two years. My stomach wan cotnttiinrly sore end burned a If it was ou fire. It rav-ame filially fcvd"licUl that it would not mm in even plain w Ur. My innbility t take food reduced my weight loninety eiplit pounds, anil taiiilniw stiil iizxtmKR kept Inn ill led most of the tuna. I was rcnlly starving to death Ami benides I was eirfremely nervons. Tho doctor wa perplexed. IU ge.ve, iiia tonics which dirt niB no (food, and prescribed exercise which I was too weak t attempt. "One day when I w& i faint and chiliad that I ould do nothing bat crouch dow...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 3 November 1904

Youna Girls your looks will trry jroa far at your book, fitwiy tliecpportunitics for facial Improvement as assiduous! at you would jour speller. 1AH H V!nZ Wood&nru's Facial SoaD. Qonwi without irritation and its marked curative properties render it invaluable for soothing and healing facial eruption. ' Remember if Beauty i only akin deep yrro must preserve that akin. In case of cltapped or roughened hand Facial Cream, applied nightly, often a and whiten the akin, keeping it smooth and healthy. SPECIAL OFFER. la ease yeair dealer caaeot awppty yuo we will arid prrpai'l. to any eUlrea for ft. a the following- toilet rrqmaitea. 1 Cake Woodbury a Facial Soap. 1 Tabs " Facial Cream. 1 M " Denial Cream. 1 Boa Fate Powder. Tiarrtkrr with oar readsbta booklet Beauty's Maautat. a careful trcatiae cat the car of the ' avlrr self THE ANDREW JERGENS CO.. OINCINNATI, O. WASH BLUE Cost to cents and equals so cent worth of any other kind of titling Won't Freeze, Spill, Break Nor Spot Clothes ...

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. — 3 November 1904

mm ill's ii a mm mi r;nr Uoo, Trswutne tht tlnln .i! 'Ion U..UC Of ARK! CKLAHCIUtA tHDIA TTRMTOftY JtXAM aho mt ec'JTNVftsr triwtsxrr MIX&ISStPPt ALABAMA A no WE SOUTHEAST Rtxiuewl rates la effect sil tb yet M EHREBi SMS Sfcinc-lH'Stii"! t.-;Mn. A !1 rr-c"m and dir.lntf :: un.lt r Ui- roaiuMtt oeol at i'rwt Uontl. Frisco Time Table, men hill, mimocri, lrrAKTB. Kansas I'lty Mail tind Ex press, 6:25 a. in. Trvi. okhiliotiws V Mem phis, Mutl iiml i;xjn-88 ti.OO p. in. 'rln CYntt-r 1:13 p. in. Kauaa City Mail and Kx- pi I:f 5 p. in Tcmc", 'klalmtna ami Mem phis, Mail find Kxprrfts 0u0 a. in. Carbon (Vnter .. 5:40 p. in. For tMailed information In regard t'.i train htvKt, ratvi, etc., npply to '.. T. LaParrit-rv. local ttvnt, or .li.lonoliue, A. 1 A.. Kaunas City, Mo. Special llonieseckcrs VIA LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. TO ALL POINTS IN SOUTHEAST October II and Noumbsr 15 Less than On Far for In Round Trip Tickets limited to return 21 days from . date of sale. For full Informat...

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. — 10 November 1904

"I- PTTTTDi TrTTDTT TTTiT7 VOLUMK Iff UIC1I II ILL, tILSSOUIU.THUIUOAT, NOVnsmEB 10, 1804. s.io MJDLIL LJHL Are You Interested In the South? DO YOU i'A RE TO KNO WOK THE MARVELOUS DEVELOPMENT NOW GOING ON IN The Great Central South? OF INNUMERABLE OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUNG MEN OR OLD ONES-TO GROW RICH? Do yon want to know about rlcU running land, fertile well locate, on a Trunk Lin Railroad, which will produce two, three and four crop from the anme field earn year, and which too lie purrhnHed at very low price and on eauy terms? About vtock raising where the extreme ofM In ter Inline In l.ut tax 0 short week? Of plnree where truck prowlnff and fruit mlxlnjf yield enormous return each year? Of a land where von can live out of doom every day In the year? promaiue manufacturing Industrie; uki ousmetw opening? If you want to know the details of any or all of thoae write me. 1 will gladly ad vim you fully and truthfully. G. A. PARK. General Iwnigration and Industrial Agent LOUISVILLE &...

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. — 10 November 1904

rjbuneijviay NOT LIGHT CKO. P. HUCKEMY Editors snd NANNIE R. HUCKEIIT Publishers RICH HIM. MISSOURI Mar no one -strew tacks In ths psta of the happy couple who wers marrlsd In an automobile. On railing tha lid off the ranama teapot no tempest worth mentioning baa been disclosed. Toting couples who are married In automobiles are always exposed to the danger of an early falling out. Portugal has a new cabinet, but Por tugal la too orderly to hare any rlgnt to expect to attract public attention. The woman who has posed aa ths late Jay Gould's widow continues to die frequently, and the mourners are few. Reginald Vanderbllt paid l50 for a bo at the Chicago horse show. He could have got a pretty good horse for that As a discourager of the boll weevil the Guatemalan ant is acknowledged to be one of the worst failures of the season. Old fashioned marriages were made in heaven. A marriage c?remony re cently was performed over the tele phone. Hello! ' It appears that most of the nations ire w...

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. — 10 November 1904

jr?y':lf. . - i tj t m : ta m a ml l 11 . a mm Mi ii i Popular Crp de Chin. - Tbe way tuat lasliljuatile folk hart adopted tbe crepo da chine crane Is really something to marvel aV One sees It In the smartest of shirtwaist suits for morning wear, with the skirt that clears the ground and Just shows the tip of the shiny black leather shoe. One sees It In the more elabo rate luncheon and afternoon frocks, where frills and laces are called upon to add to tbe dressy e fleet. And one sees it in all of the newest tones, tn tbe novel coral and geranium pinks, the new almond, olive, and bronse green; In tbe shot.. the printed, and the damasae effects for tbe tandsom est of dinner and ball gowns; then there Is a wealth of elaboration, hand embroideries, real laces, em piecetnecU that glisten with tiny Fancies and mock Jewels, and with empire saabea of chiffon and '.ace that bring out the dull luster of the crepe to perfection. For any and all oc casions tbe orepe de chine gown it the correct...

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. — 10 November 1904

The Tribune. OKOi P. HICK KM, MAKNII R,rtKinT. Editor and rablUkrt. iberlplKi On. V.t ..i. .l.e I HiihUmAi. " SI. Month. . Slt tumtlcorllAC W tKt act Caf.la porf oca at BIJ Hill. Hi "u """ The people ot Missouri will yet wake up to their own interests. A campaign of misrepresentation and make believe don't always succeed. The election i over and we are glad. We like the strenuousness of a polttical campaign, but always re joice when it is ended. A word of consolation to our democratic friends. "Don't cry ev er spilled milk." There may be othei cows but they run in i differ ent pasture. 'You can fool some of the peo ple all of the time and you can fool all the people some of the ttme, but you can't fool all the peo ple all the time." Lincoln. Osage township. Bates county has covered herself all over with glory. Republican majorities here range from si to no. Such a re sult never obtained before. There are men now living who recall the time when it took weeks for the news ot the resul...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 10 November 1904

i I It ' l I IIDIL'Ll' " ' ' itii i r.r r i: k vaUa 1 n. i,) . "Closing out" price on a tar loads of Stoves at Johannes & Sons. OIJ newspaper, 5c for a big bundle at Tin Tribl'n office. ' A typical democratic meeting was held in this city late Friday night, Chri. II irni and Geo. Burgessor from Papinsville were on our streets Monday. Dont forget that the G. A. It. bean supper will be held on the 1 6th of November. Miss Abbie Barnett i at her post of duty after a week' lay off on Ac count of sickness. Geo. K. Wilson has returned from Windsor where he has been at work in the mines at that place. "The pernicious activity of those Rich Hill Republicans" worked effectually last Tuesday. Mrs. V. C. Stonebraker went to Clinton Monday where she will re organize a Royal Neighbor camp. Remember the lunch to be served by the Epwoith League nt Mrs. J. C Lane's next Tuesday night. The price is only 10c. . Geo. W. Poulter, Uncle John and II. Clay Lyons, of Carton Center, were in town last Fri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 10 November 1904

JOHN BURTlasa Aetkor ef Taw Knapped M'lnonalree," ,'Cool Mo a DwtHM," ftc CVvevsoiiirr. )s, vcr All rlfhte, tXirtmuMT, lwJ ST ""'" trwy Aoams reservmi A. J, DttKI. UtliKll CHAPTER XXXI Continued. Ioth accepted the Invitation. For some moment after Mr. Hawkins had loft do word wu spoken between John Burt acd Jamca Wake. Each waa busy with hit thoughts, but John broke the alienee. . "When Is Miss Carden expected to return?" be asked, quietly. "HI try to Bnd out to-ntght," said Blake, looking his partner full In the yes. "My bead bas been ao full of stocks that I thought of nothing else. But I'll know all about It, John, ebefore I meet you and Hawkins at dinner. Perhaps Jessie or rather. Miss Carden Is back now. Who know? This Is your lucky day, old fellow, and all kinds of things may Siappen before midnight Wouldnt It e treat If I went up to the Bishop tonne and found her there? Of course 5 wouldnt say a word to spoil the sur jr;s you have planned. Well, I must be going. Hope I'll bar...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 10 November 1904

SMrs, Fairbanks (ells faowoe gleet of warning symptoms will soon prostrate a woman. She thinks woman's safeguard is Lydia.E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "Dili Mu rrxAH ! JfraoTKur and neglect are the cause of vjntld female suffering', not only with th Uwi of health but with the chance of a car. 1 did not heed the warnings of headaches, organic pains, and general wrtrioru, until I wm well nigh pros t rated. I knew I had to do something. Happily I did the right thin?. I took I.ydla II IMnktiam'a Veiretabla Compound faithfully, according to direction, and we rewarded in a few week to find that tny ache and pain disappeared, and I apain felt the glow ot health through DJ.r body, bine I hare born well I have been mora care ful, 1 hav also advised a number of rnr airk friend to tike Lydia Ii. 1'lnLhani'a Vrffftable Com pound, and they have never had reason to be aorry. Youra very truly. Mm. Mat FAinaAicas, Iflti South 7io IH., Mlnneapolle, Minn." (Mra. Fair banka la one of the moat suece...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 10 November 1904

!H1 uiiii MIIIMI IIINli a m ns!iwt Lie, TrTitlcj tbt ,' '.t 1V'riurlv KANSAS OKLAHOMA Mai rrtttMTfHtr ISXMM am a rwx ALABtM AtfQ THIS JHOVJHtAMT lU-Oucfd ratrs la 3cct all the TfV M EUREKA MB Tbe iw SrKtPTo ptvnttr wri-Tr-ttIM))S. f '-ut(-twM-1 oalnx. Ail e-fr-r atxl dmusj vi- ur.- r tn- tTmQae'vllHMtl of aral liTTc, o( trains t Frisco Time Table. rich rill, missouri, Pepakts. Kansas City Mail and Ex- ri c5 o. iu. Texas. Oklahoma & Mem phis, .Mail anj Express 4:30 p. iu. 'arbon Outer 4:43 p. m. Arrive. Kansas City M;iil and V.x- 0:4 5 p. m Texas. Oklahoma and Mem phis, Mai! oud Express; 9u0 a, iu. Carlton Center 5:40 p. m. For detailed information In regard to train wry Ice, rates, etc., npply to E. T. Kal'.arrletv. local agent, or .las.Ponohue, A. 0. 1. A.. Kaoisas City, Mo, Special llomcscckcrs VIA LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. tO ALL POINTS IN SOUTHED ST October II and No.en.ber 15 Less than On Far for the .Kound Trip. Ticket limited to return 21 tays trotn data of sale. F...

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