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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 1 December 1904

The Tribune. MMIlt R. Ml (Hf RI. Krtltorsta Fabll.htr. SafcMrlptUslUtati nVl .. .a)l.t I Tir, MlMilk, Kin MilltL.......ll SlMl I Ennr.4 accord I n is tlx Kl Cerla Ikt pott oNc Rkh Hill, xcooJ cU MtU Republican Uoiumltte-eMoettnir-A meeting of the Republic!) County Central Committee i here by called for Saturday, December 3, iyoi, at 1 o'clock p. m. sharp, at the Grand Jury room in the court house, for the purpose ot adjusting nil matters pertaining to the late campaign and for the transaction of such other business as may proper ly come before the committee. Ev ery member of the committee is urg ed to be present, as well as all the Republican candidates. A. L. Fox Chairman, G. A Delamater Sec'y. Wbat the Editor Think. That the last election was a com plete Republican victory, and an appeal by the people for the poli cier of the Republican party as ad ministered by McKinley and Roose veil. It was an approval of the protective principles in taxation as to foreign commerce and the prin...

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. — 1 December 1904

tklti liiiii'im 4 Dm bra. tnty; . u wh on our StUCtH Tuthlhty, Mr. I). M. (ieest and Miss Clara 1'ell Seward wtre united in mar nag - 'I'm- I morning by Kev. C. L. i . Mi."Lii,t Ithode was home from Call Junction, Mo., to spend Thanksgiving with her (father and titter. r.it (jall.-i;! er will continue to rend the Ixtt paper published in Hates county and tutiscnbes tni u t TniBL'NK. V. J. Lawson thinks he is fixei for another year when he pays J I 5 for the Glohe-Drmocrat and th' Rich Mill Tuini'NE. R. A. Jurd and family returnt- Monday from their trip to LaMonit having enjoyed a very pleaan Thanksgiving day outing. Frilz Johmnes and family win came up from Sapulpa, Ind. Ty., to visit relatives on Thanksgivirik returned home Monday. Joe Winchell returned home Mon day from the hospital at Kana City where he ha t een having a mashed finger attended to. Prof. L. F. Robinson who is th efTicient head of our public school enrolls his namr with the Tkibine readers (or another term. It is re...

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. — 1 December 1904

His Way Tli wnn-w. of Inter rmr! tb hopvfut Letiir. i ;it mmt M prfMin-A th Jmr ft nie; MM t-i rn r-t rM."t hv ft : Hi' t MiffMl Uk'hi tit fitom!rtlii fj' n. In J" i l mln r trtiiturJ Mns t.K l far; Th i r1mir. rertchf.l tht-umli Th nu:M of .:n 1 1 In J.yful Evrnfii m not ftt flnit tv ' nwl th M' at: Amid tt dark fcr Mr !...i lr. itsM: UN p:itprtfl nnil plnn ar my riht. Comnnl thy iv ( Mm. his may In bti; Oh. nail for 1-tm. w(t p'tntlv and rt. rhrlMopher Newmwi Hail. t - I f - -a "You see. the same key fitted !" Mrs. Lanyon paused, tmir.erel. flushed, then came to a sudden stop The man advanced a step and held out his hands. "It s a world of com pensation." he said, and smiled. -or r "The pleasure of this this extra ordinary meeting compensates in initio degree, for the pain of that last very ordinary one," he said. Mrs. Lanyon stared for a moment "I hope you're not going to be silly." ebe observed. "I shouldn't have come In here If I had known." "But now you are here " the pjshing ...

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. — 1 December 1904

BREAKS 1H1 RECORD ATWEimrrn cotuet rim is , THE KCD1CAL HELD. Unewmatloia floridly and Radically fares. Qaleh Wsrb of a Fa moo. H a,- y , Convenience), eoni f cirt, mMr, rrd are ' demanded by t)is traveling public to imr rapid century ami (lie keetiMt intellects omstauitly at work nil thi-oo problems are. ttmVing wonderful jn pT in llii norintructlou of lb fewmahip and tli limomotive. like remits arc songht tit linvltcltie and Dr. Wll.iama" l'iuk I'llli ft ralo TV).Ia are. antonloLIng the mn Id by tli triumphs they ar winning In lb rapid mre of olattftuvtenialmliea, such as rhenruatlKm. With ape-d they crmil.ln ronveuletxou, perfect safety and cbcwp- tlPSS. Here i fresh proof of their oonoen "tmtl virtue : Mm. Margnret Oauta, of ln. 15?7 lixlMnau stret, ritirliugto!!, Iowa, i an tiiliitriocs German woman, wIid alxm two and half rmti ago found herself iu fiaogvr of Voting- her power to work altogvther. b nri ' I ft rbimmarimn which madn my kueva and elbows Xery stiff and palufni. I b...

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. — 1 December 1904

9 "' 1 - '" OU newspapers, 5c for big buru'le at Thk TninrsK ofl'ice. Thk Tribunk telephone is No. 5a. Send in your items by tele phone. Rev. J. C. Kirk, pastor ol the M. E. Church at Hume, waa in our city Monday on his way to Jasper, Mo. The mi J-winter examinations for ytate Teacher' Certificates will be held at Columbia and Jefferson City December 26 and 27, 1904. Write State Supt. Carrington for further itnformntiox. Advanced subjects first clay. Gas, oil and coal hat been found "m a 260 loot hole near Stotsbury, Vernon Co. And gas has been found at Peculiar, in Cass county. Mound City. K?., is lighted with natural gas and so is Pleasanton and Hume. Mr. J. W. Snider left Monday for Olatha, Kas.. where he will re main during the holiday season as sisting Mr. DIankenbaker in his store. Mr. Apt, father of Mrs. Snider will spend the winter with her during Mr. Snider's absense. 1 Rev. V. T. Pyles of the Marion ville M. E. Church came to the city Saturday and preached for the Wal nut ...

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. — 8 December 1904

ICH MIL miD TTTO IT TTxTTlT' VOLUME 15 KIC1I IlILL, MI880CBI. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8,1904. S.14 nrro" JL Jill J? . !i, i. ul Arc You Interested In the South? DO YOU CARE TO KNOW OF THE MARVELOUS UKVKLOI'M EST NOW GOING OS IS The Great Central South? OF INNUMERABLE OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUNG MEN OR OLD ONES TO GROW RICH? Do you want to know about rich farming lands, fertile, well located, on ii Trunk Line Knllroad, which will produce two, three nnd fourcrops from the same field wuli year, and which can be purchased at very low prices ami mi e.iy terms? Alwiut stock raining where the extreme of win ter feeding U but f-l C.) short weeks? Of place where truck growing and fruit raUing yield enormous returns each year? Of a land where yon can live out of door every day in the year? Of opportunities tor establishing profitaM amim Hiring indUHtrles; of rich mineral locations, and splen- lid huslnc opeiiii,;-? . If you want to know-the details of any or nil of thew write me. I will (Madly ndvlse ...

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. — 8 December 1904

THE TRIBUNE OEO. P. HfJCKEBT NANNIE R. HUCKEBT Editors and Publisher RICH HILL MISSOURI A Pennsylvania girl killed ten foot anake with a hatpin. Highball. 01 bard elder T The Csar lost H.2:o men at the bat tl of the River Khakhe. That'i enough to make him shakey. It Is wise old Innocent bystandei who come out of tbe woods as soot as the dtor hunting season begin. Lord Curznn's departure for Indl Is a gratifying indication that bit charming wife is going to get well. "A fool and his freedom are ftoor parted," remarked the bachelor; upor hearing of the marriage of abothei friend. Everybody has to tread lightly Ir the -vicinity of the French cabinet these days, for the slightest Jar might npset it. A woman won an automobile In a lottery, and does not know what to dc with It. Let her trade it off for a seal skin cloak. How does it hsppen that alwayt there is a chorus girl with him when a prominent msn get hurts in an au tomobllo smash-up? Andrew Carnegie has a large slice of his fortune...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 8 December 1904

EVCftV WALK tt Lire. A. A tV ? fvfsser. tiv.sf T-. U-iik Trenton. Jti, iy: "A ss-vr-e er.-'l NEWi or nujouRi v) a k f a., Th I fir tt 1k Caitii flench i V'-' i1M . . J fX F If TIihI mt.n. Ntaila'a plain 'F i" I J U I " u ' HvkI luit l,l( your Ufa. X j3 Ami itixt h.lf liJ n Vam. I V? Vt. yCi Vo" whlla In Mtier larwla, JL. J? ' x Vn .m.lhln twnt Id oil. S7C-JL M i lUy Andh!Vtauw within III lliialL lTS H . Vou ak for a aiht of beetling ' i yti Jj WbMt'hf storm kin h-ilda Ma sway, fi H Whtrt lh aluaiig aun with lla bruab VY 2 of IJ Jj Tf Telia ll lata of I ha dying day. 1 f 5 " A"4 when you aie you will wan! a tT, y Where lh tliihw arphrr blows. Tj With the green u( tha aaa biuab auov (S Li your head, erl fl What naed to plant tha reaa? aV 23 ; am Davis In Burnet. . ' W 7TT IT" Tep;y met hlra first at oDe of the "Wednesday ntsht bops at the Waco net sett Inn. He was somewhat morii .ban passably good-looking, fair haired. if a military build, and German. Hit r.amo as understood to ( Muns...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 8 December 1904

The Tribune. til O. r. Hll KIBT, NANNIE It. BtCKCDT. i StdltQrs Fafelteksra. ribrtpllRt(i neVeir bt Monlht. l. TW.MnitSl... .. ...-, Entered tcconllnc to h cl o! Cafifia pos offico ai Rich Hill, Hcwd tins II miw Now Is the Time to subscribe. We are not a critic and can only tell when an item, an article or a story strikes our fancy or suits our taste. When we hear a speaker we pay precious little attention to his language, so long as it is gen tlemauly, but we watch for the point he makes. When we read a btory the plot or language used is not in our thought so much as the facts upon which the story is bat J and the truth or tradition the writer wishes to record or per petuate. Hence we do not deem it necessary to make any apology lor the story of which we shall be gin the publication next week. It is written by a home writer. The object of the writer is to commit to print some facts of local history that he thinks worthy of preservation and that ought not to be forgotten. He has tak...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 8 December 1904

LOCAL mtlKFH. Col. , D. Moore apnnt Sun l.iy n Neva 'a. '. Prnwell an J tort look run up to Ilrookfield over Sunday. II. M. Itall ami family visited friends in Dutler Saturday and Sun day. ' onr Ural Estate Co. hsi told the c i. Nacksmith ih'jp lo Wag ner & ieks. The first snow ol the season slightly covered the ground Qlast Sunday night. Dr. Lancaster has returned from bis Arkansas hunting trip much re freshed from the outing. Thek-cturw by lr. Jeffrey, Friday evenlnjr, will le well worth your tlmenud money. Iinn't fall to hour hi in. J. II. Barger, late oi Iowa, now a tarmer and coal operator north of Rich Hill, was in the city last Sat urday looking afier business mat ters. "You'll have to hurry" if you se ;ure tickets for Dr. Jeffrey's lecture an N'apolcan Bonapart at Walnut St. M. U. Church, Dec. 9th Friday evenin g. Dr. (i. A. Delameter attended the Republican county central com mittee meeting last Saturday and found the wind up of the campaign all right. Mrs. Kate Barber ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 8 December 1904

PRESIDENT'S READ Document Deals Voluminously with Questions of State Tariff Left for Future Communication Position of the Government Toward Organized Labor Dealing with Illegal Combinations. President Roosevelt's message to Congress, read at the opening of the short session of lhat body, deals vol uminously with question of state. The subject of tariff revision la left for a further communication. Sub stantially the message is as follows: To the Senate and House of Represen tatives: Th nation rontlnwn to enjoy note worthy prosperity. Such prosperity Is of course primarily due to the high individ ual average of our citizenship, taken tog-ether with our great natural resource: but an Important factor therein la the working of our long-continued govern mental policies. The peotile, have em phatically expressed their approval of the principle underlying these policies, and their desire that these principle be kept substantially unchanged, although of course applied In a progressive spir...

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. — 8 December 1904

Calumot Baking Powder Maatth Iconomy A maa who will submit to being Imposed upon by his kin can be worked by a book agent. to cmr. a fiH.ii tn rtwsj it Taka Latatt.a HrMnj Vu'.u'n Tui.iu. At re riaa tSa ai v tr n ru u vara, g. w, fvva'a aisaaiara u a aae Inix. SSc If you are Invited to a party, at tend, or give a mighty good excuse, unless you can stand being roasted. "l had tnnamrv RhnnittUn. hmt f am mii t. thnuj ! li.l S-m.n .vrll Kt It OkJ ll Crtoaa." terr4 I nlaa. Tivr. X. Could One Draw, Too. An American sight seeing in the Fiji Islands came upon a young savage en gaged In tattooing the picture of a fish on his father's bark. His eyes filled with tear. " What moves you oT" In quired his companion. "It reraiuia me of (he time when my old man would let roe draw on blm also," was las rt'ply. Short Cut to Poorhouse. The proprietor of a suburban news paper brought up on a Judgment sum mons at a London court, declared that "running a newspaper was only taking a short cut to the poor...

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. — 8 December 1904

Oar Glutting Rites. We will send you the Tribune ami the Toledo Ulade one year lor $1.00. We will lend you the Tribune nnd the Kansas City Time or Stiir for $1.00. We will cnd you the Tribune nnd the Farm and Fireside one year lor i .00. We will send you the Tribune and the Kansus City Weekly Jour nal one yesr (or $1.00 We will send you the Tribune nnd the Farmer and Stockman for $r.J5. We will send you the Tribune and the Woman'i Home Compan ion one year for $1.50 We will send you the Tribune nnd twice-a-week Globe-Democrat one year for 1 1.50. We will send you the Tribune and the St. Louis Republic one year for $1.50. i. We will send you the Tribune and any dollar magazine published in the United States for one year for $1.50. We will send the Tribune and the Kansas City Daily Journal one year for $4.00. We will send you the Tribune and the Kansas City Daily Star or Times one year for $5-50. 1 . We will send you the Tribune and the Daily Globe-Democrat one year for $6.00. We will ...

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. — 15 December 1904

TUnTTT tt ftr- "TTD" .- li vULLu) -do VOLL'Mi: ill aiCIl UILL, MISSOURI. TIIUUSDAT, DIX'LMIiLIt Iff, I0OI. RICH Arc You Interested In the South? DO VOIT I'AKE TO KNOW OF THE MARVELOUS DEVELOPMENT NOW CJOINO ON IN .The Great Central South? OF INNUMERABLE OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUNG MEN OR OLD ONE TO OKOW RICH? Dd y.ti w 11 nt t know about rich farming lands, fertile, well located, nun Trunk Line I'ailnmd, which will produce two, three anil fourcrop from tin nume i'hM cm h jcar, and which cuu Itc purchased av very low price mid mi tiTiiin? About tttock ralfdng: where the extreme of win ter i-eiiinu- i ti t i Hit hort 'kn? Of place where truck jrrowing ami fruit raisin:; yield eii-irmoim return each year? Of aland where you can live out of dour every day In the year? Of opttortunltle for eatnbliMhliia proiitiM" ui.'Miiif.irturiiitf InduHtrien; of rich mineral location, and Hplen Old buslne ojK-ninx? If you want to know the detail of any or all of tbee write me. I will gladly ndvlieyou full...

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. — 15 December 1904

THE TRIBUNE 1 NANNIE R. HUCKEAY Pub'.Uhert RICH HILL MISSOURI Unci Ksm'B newest cruiser whlrse by you before you can nay "Pennsyl vania." Yatn had bent not make future foot ball earning public. The trust may capture the fame. Give the doctor hla due. It might hare been en undertaker who In vented (he quick lunch. I Did Sir Edward Clarke ever hear anybody refer to our national bird a anything but the American eagle? The ooreless apple ia now on the market, and the small boy won't hare anything left to give to his little Bis ter. In Manchuria they blow up maga zines. In tbla happy land of peace and plenty they simply blow up the writer. "So man." mi a contemporary, "baa a right to took any uglier tbaa he la." We know several who couldn't. What la the basl for the inperstl tion teat the wishbone brings good hick? It didn't bring good luck to the turkey. Two patriotic young women are going to erect a borne for geniuses out of a Job. They bad better rent a whole township. A Chicago man t...

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. — 15 December 1904

8 The Terrible Turk Th Turk, tli Turk, Th T'triMi Turn TIanI'IItir In CotiNtnrtf inopl. His fltiKto si a sri-sny, 11' ni 11 s la fit eanjr, HI eon I -in la si-area Mi lots. The Turk tlie Turk. In Trull'le Turk. Whit krwwlng hi Koran hr rote, Hi ire. l t'l emtelllti le forth with a relmh , To slit tli '.jr Intnl. I t thrwaL Hut tb Turk. tb Turk. Tlx- Tevrli.to Turk I flllr-d with a t'titixtun rirt Wtu-n i.ur fbt uiflr nrdera, Rl-iim up l' hi botftr And ihoi uut a 1111 to collct. Walla- Irwin In New York Glob. a' fCopyrlehl. 10. br The Southern express never carried more reluctant passenger than Kathle Darreli. who wa en rvute to visit her grandmother, not from choice but ordered there perforce by Morn parents. Simply because she had been meetiug Dick Mordaunt. sub rosa, after be bad been forbidden the house. Nut that there was anything objectionable In Dirk, but there was a silly, family fetid banded down from two genera tion e. "My only Inheritance!" laughed Dick. Ever ilnce her ear...

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. — 15 December 1904

V The Tribune. or.o. r. BllKKBT, NAHMS R, MICRKRT. iC4ltrit FMUL.r.. ak.ertptlBK.t.i nYoi TMinik.m. . tit Momh .ft I Slnjl. tofMt I.nmed .rcontlnf te Ik. el ol Con""' pot aSk.tll kail ill. m .ol cl. .llta.nw II our Kepublicitn legislators go wrong U will not be for a lack ol good advice. The stream is con stant and at Hood tide. E. C. Brockmyer hai resigned the secretaryship of the Republican state central committee to give clos er attention to his own private bus iness. Geo. Church, the Bates county representative is right on the St. Louis race track proposition. And we believe he will be just as right on alt oilier proportions. Major Win. Warner declines to be pension commissioner and has become a candidate for United States Senaior. Good enough. All The Thbbuxk asks is the clec tioo of c Republican. David P. Dobyns, editor of the Holt county Sentinel, is a candi date for chief clerk of the House of Representatives and is hiehly in dorsed by his friends. Dobyns may pull through. 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. — 15 December 1904

Mi. L. 11. Dird went down to Nevada Monday on aviiitlo friends. II ar Dr. Stewart and be happy, Fri'-ry nijjht at the Walnut St M. C urch. Ticket 33 cent. l'i e aged mother of Congressman DeAimond died at hit home in Dul ler last Friday aged about ninety year. The Kratz case hat been contin. tied until Monday January 2d cn account of the sickness of the de fendant, Kratz. Joe Winchell took a trip to the country last week and spent several dayt visiting with the tamily of Mr. Adam Seelinger and other friend. W. F. Tyijard, John W. Jamion and Flave Tyjjard went to Eldora do Spring Tuesday to attend the annual meeting of No. 9 croup of Miitouri Banker' Association which met yesterday. We shall look for you and your family to hear Dr. Stewart of Kan sat City, next Friday night at the Walnut t M. E. Church, Dec. 16 Ticket 25 cent, balance of course So cent, The Keed-Jones matter down at Metz resulted in showing that Reed ditappeared as he did of his own free will and accord and that Jone...

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. — 15 December 1904

Try iff J1 with ILLU5n?ATVJN3 DV DON C. WU.30N CHAPTER I Paris, In the year 1T90. and the gar- 14'U cf tie TuIIerles bright with the sunshine of an autumnal day. Two hoys, seated In the grant near a path not far from one of the ponds. were playing with turtle they had cap tured. The humble origin of the elder, a lad of thirteen, was evidenced by MhoRe physical signs which are usu ally associated with people of his class; but the other, three year ,younger, bore all the Indication of I gentle birth. His sire was a baron of 'the "anclen regime," while Pierre's ! father had been a peasant, and bis i widowed mother the faithful curse of her who had lived but two months after giving birth to the boy Jean, i whom Margot loved at her own Pierre. Presently there came along the promenade a trio of court gallants, ! attired In the extreme of the prevail 'Ins fashion, beruflled, bcjeweled, and .perfumed. One of them was a slen derly built young man, whose sharp features, pale-blue eyes set clo...

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. — 15 December 1904

- .V, r' COMPLETELY RESTORED. Mm. P. ilrumel, wife of P. Ilrunrrt. link dealer, residence Sill Grand vi nm-, Kvrrett, Wuh., says: "For if- tern yean I suf fered with terrible I'Kln In my back. I did not know what It wa to cn)oy a night's rest and arose In the morn Ins d'l-l n tired and unrefresbed. My suf Coring Sometime wa ilmply Inde srrlhable. When I finished the firit box of Doau s Kid ney rilla I fflt ilk a different woman. I continued until I Lad taken five botes. Doan'a Kidney Pllla act yery effectively, very prompt ly, relieve the aching pain and ail ether annoying difficulties" footer MUburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For vale by all druggists. Price (0 cent a per bo Watermelon Syrup, in York county. Virginia, they are tnaklrg watermelon ayrup. wbicb l aid to be rlcb and soft in taste, and as good as It sounds. The south sends the earliest watermelons away. She can by no means rat all the later and best. Inevitably, there l great wast of watermelons. Watermelon syrnp, watermelon s...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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