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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 9 February 1905

The Tribune. oro, r. itvcKF.ttY, If ANNIE II. BICMFIIT. itUnrond F.blLfc.r. abMrlptiiKttj nV.r Cl.O. I TitrM.iih. Month...................... I Sinf'.t Cepi ...... ..J F.nlrrcd .romtljif t. lilt ftct el Confllll l port ok. at Kit h Kill, up MOaad cli will am Down t St. Louis RrounJ hog day was cnllcil the cotJest one on record. No wonder, they've been thinning them out by tending them op to Jefferson City, some to the legislature and tome to Castle Hall. Just one year .go t0 acres out ci the heart of the city of Baltimore was burned over. Now nearly three fourths oi the buint district has been restored with better, larger sad finer buildings than before the fire. ATu Suggestion. We see that the new city charter of Kansas City is to empower the city government to buy in real and personal property sold for de linquent taxes. If this power, un der the constitution and laws of the Mate can be assumed by Kansas City possibly the same right can be assumed by any other city or town in 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. — 9 February 1905

k Mill fl fctftsl .. Old newspapers, 5c (or tig bundle it Tut rmnuNE office. Tin Tribune l lephone it No 51. Send in your items by tele phone. R. F. Yeates was in the city last Friday lookinr titer business nut Ur. ' Mr. Harve Uutton hat built ;uite a neat (table on bit cut side property. Hereafter I will be in my dental oflice from Tuesday noon to Sun day noon. Dr. Slater. Mil Lina Burnt took a trip to Passaic last Friday to visit ner sis ter Mr. J. C. Croitwbite. Robert Mattison, of Merchant's Hotel had quite a tevere attick of LaGrippe last Friday. The pone Real Estate Co. made a tale of tne W. C. Kerns property to L. F. CalJwcIl last week. T. S. Shellenbarger and R. F. Yeates were in the city Monday. Mr. Shellcnbarger it just getting over a tevere spell of sickness. There are twenty six divorce cases pending in circuit court, the same number as at last terra Many of them come over from that term. In thisiasue we give another ar tide on the Harvester Trust taken from "American Fa...

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. — 9 February 1905

1 .IISSOURI LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. I 1 GOSSIP OF THE MI8SOURIANS. A Neuotlalile Paper Bill Through the House. JRFKKitHON CITY, IO. Rubey's Mil to CRtalnlish uniformity In hcro tishle Inxtrumcnts lies passed the lintiHO. Thin same Mil has been adopted by the PUltlct of Columbia ami twenty-five states In the union, kfr. Huley .sld that (he bill wes not In the Interests of the bankers alone, but of the entire b'i!ne Interest. The house paxned tbe bill requiring the tinting of note, bonds aud simitar securities with the assessor. In order that tbey may be assessed like other property. Senator Fttshy Introduced ft bill to make It ft misdemeanor punishable by ft fine of not more than $25 for ft man to ;et drunk. Friwby said there as no law on tbe statute books to pro blbit ft mftn from getting drunk if be 4 id nothing clsa. Brockus ot Pope Introduced ft bill which makes It compulsory for all bar bers In tee state to appear before the tate. board of eiemlners. Heretofore the barbers' exa...

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. — 9 February 1905

AN OLD MAN'9 TAIiUTt. An CM regit alr, 71 Vr Old, Cur 4 of a Terrible Cas AfUr Tn Yr of Buffering. Blilney Juatus, fruit dealer, of Men or. Ohio, yt: '1 wa cured by Plan's Kidney I'll) of evr case of fa 1 4 . f trouble, ot "V eight or ten V J year' standing f f 1 auftVrsd tb B101 ,." . ' 4 ' other pain In V, Hi f, V h. region cf 1 MVA- n. kidney. V - i '' Th 'r' 1 1 I I(elaiiy severe ' ' wben nooning bihit jra-rra. to lift anything, and often I could hardly atraifcbten any hark. The aching waa bad In the daytime, but uat a bad at eight, and I wa alwey lame In tbe morning. I wa bothered with rheumatic aln and dropsical aa-elllng of tbe feel. Tbe urinary passatte mere painful, and the ecretlon were discolored and ao free that often I bad to me at night. I feit tired all (lay. Half a box served to relieve roe, and three boles effected a permanent cure." A TRIAL KREH. Address Foster Hilhuro Co., Huftaio. N. V. Kor sale ty all dealers. Price 60 cents. "Why do m many actors Insist on play...

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. — 9 February 1905

Cur Ctstttoj Kites. W'c will send you the Tribune und the Toledo Blade one year lor $1.00. We will end you the Tribune and the Knnsnj City Times or Star lor $1.00. We will send you the Tribune and the Farm and Fireside one year for $1.00. We will send you the Tribune ami the Kn.u City Weekly Jour nal one year for$t.oo We will send you the Tribune nnd the Frmer and Stockman for $1.25. We will send you the Tribune nnd the Woman's Home Compan ion one year (or 1 1.50 We will send you the Tribune and twice-a-weck Globe-Democrat one year for $1.50. We will send you the Tribune und I'm e St. Louis Republic one year fori 1. 50. We will send you the Tribune and any dollar magazine published ia 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. We will send you the Tribune and the Daily Globe-Democrat one year tor $6.00. ' We will send ...

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. — 16 February 1905

4 n m- - w w p f mm ,rJwv THE URL A UiCII HILL, MISSOURI, THUIT.8DA, rHDRCAUV IB, 1535. VOLUMK IS LOW RATES VIA Louisville & Nashville TO THS MARDI GRAS New Orleans, Mobile, . Pertsacola, Tickets im sale March 10 limited to return Mrtrch II; ly deposit and payuieut of 00 Ciut extension of limit can I mtuml until March ."., liHO. For rate, Uui tnblo and beautiful lllufttrated booklet giving b hUtory t! the Mnrtfl Urua, address (. C IHiutr, N. W. r. A Chicago J. E. DAvrxroitT, ll F.A.. St-Loui F. U. Ui-HU, D. P. A tlnctutmtl J. II. Mii,ukrn. I. I. A....Loulilh: C. L. Mton, 0l Haas Ascent, Loulavllle, Ky. J. C. Lane wet nursing a cr.se of la grippe Friday but put the case through to at to be out in the snow storm again Saturday. Tuesday wit valentines day and all the sweetnesses got each their little billet doux. The assortment was complete, the styles at pretty at this market ever afforded and every one could make choice se lection. Our Democratic friends held their Township conve...

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. — 16 February 1905

THE TRIBUNE iTlCO. P. WICK KB Y J fc".dlKrand t ANNUO ft. Hl'OKEIlY Publisher hu ll hill Missouri It Is almost A sin to mention It, but r(tl will te G2 next month. Dr. Patton say men quit bnrd woik too young. Hut some of 'cm begin too old. The mad search for gold Is once more far out at so this time In con servative Albion. To fncle Sum's newest, speediest cruiser tbe whole nation slugs) "Mary land. My Maryland." Thoughtless lifers are trying to egg Alfred Austin Into writing a poem on the Russian situation. Why express surprise that Geor gia woman's mouth was froten open? Now, If It had been frozen shut An English court has decided that a school teacher Is not a gentleman. That's why we like to bold her little hand. "What are the rich In America do In to-day?" asks the Boston Globe. Wo do not think it necessary to reveal our plans. Kailyard Kipling thus far has suc cessfully resisted the Inclination to write another poem on his old friend Adam Zad, Esq. After all is said and done, ...

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. — 16 February 1905

MM mfr ! MISSOURI LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS, i Hr AN ELECTIVE POLICE BOARD. Reprr tentative Lyon Introduce Horn Hula BUI. jKKPKttfiON CITY.-Representative t yons Introduced hi horns rul !ill for Kansas City. It ha tho Indorse ment of nmjortt of the. Kansn City Kepulillran member, although Hepro seritatlva Mom and Senator Olltuore have aerlous doubt of tbe wisdom of raving an elective polio board. Judge Mos fears too many saloonkeeper might homt candidate for place on the police board. Another objection 1 that it might lad to contests for rmntrol between tbe employing labor Interest, Tba Lyons bill give control of the police Into the hand of an elected board of four members. Th bill pro vides for repealing all that part of tba premt police law giving the governor power to appoint and the senate power lo confirm or reject police comm:lon ers, and enact In' lta ateaj ecUon which provide for the creation of a po lice board for Kansas City, to consist of four member to bold meeting weekly....

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. — 16 February 1905

The Tribune. VLU, T. Ill t KK.BV, KAN.NIR H. fillKKIIT. Kdltora.n. P.bll.li.r.. atcrlpttntH.ta.i (ntVm .. 1.0 I TIuhMwIii... S!l M nlh .......... I Slngl. .OJ Kntrcl rcMtfing tt H. cl ot Coni lk p..M.i(:i at Rlili Hill, tccoxii nail lualM o am rml Imrlii'il To annoutu-o the ii.iini" of r.miHft Cjiusily lis n .rniniitl.it' di fount v fMijMi nitfiiili'iit i if I'illilli' Si IiooIm, unlijiM't t tlm lif liMnii of tln r.i'iuililiiiiu t'lumty Con v iiiioti to lie lielil 1V1. 21, VMi. Notice to ICepublicaus. Tin- IVpuMk-anti of Os'igi Town-i-liip nn r(HU(8toil to meet at the City Hall lu Kkh Hill, un Snturday, I VIj. . nt ? p. in., for the purpose of wU-cting - ilcIcRntos to the County Convention to tic held ut Butler on Tiienil.'iy, Feb. 1, IWi, to nominate it caiklM.'Ue for County School Su jirriulvuih-lit. U. A. Ii:i.am.tki!, Chin. With all tke fuss and palaver il'Gut the two new states of Okia hema and New Mexico they are not new states yet and probably wont be for a year. 'resident Ro...

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. — 16 February 1905

MHUU.HlbFS. I Old n-wiii,ej"., (of a J it. hindi.- at I if ft l'nint!E oil'x.. Mr J. It. Hale W4i at Iiliih Mtjujj) wrcsilinn with a casn c.f M'l' Tiik Tkiiu'nk t lephone is No 5 J. Sr.nd in j oaf items b tele phone. Mr C. M. Strong, of Columhia is in the city t i&iti ng his brother, Kev. J. II. Stron. Hear Dr. Quayle at the Walnut St. M. E. Church next Monday evening. Admission 35c. Hereafter I will he in mv dental cilice from Tuesday noon to Sun day noon. Dit. Slatek. Mr. Nathan Ixopold. of ll.innili:.!, Mo., was lu tin; city the .irt of the w k vlrtltiutf relative uudfriiT.il Miss Abbiu 11 irnett went to Kansas City last Sunday on an extendtd visit to her sister, Mis. Iilsic (lurch. The churches were not over crowded last Sunday. The Vk cith er was rather inclement (or out door walking. It will well be worth anj body's 35c to hear Dr. Vm. A. Ouayle lecture. Hear him next Monday night, Feb. joili. SunJij niRht ws the coldest ol the stason. 1 hetmemtters here abouts run all the...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 16 February 1905

Tts ; ' i if I1 AHITO CHAPTER M. froon After niMniuhf.' w-i'h a smith on -west wind l!it ws ;! the "Mack 1'otrti" could desire for t .speedy fill tr.g t;f htr Ml!.-, V.i (.litji h! '(( i.orth vsrd, to a j,af retreat (he island Inown to iJiro and It 1.1 f ti the "ilArra do Hlerro " The riny com i ik gray and leavy looking, with a misty cloud nk In Ihe east promising fog later t-o. Overhead, the p!fi dawn was ex lirguihhlng the stars above the sea Hint titrt-trhtM, a dull grvu floor. In every ri! ret (ion. tafiHe, aslepp In hi cabin, th nrousej by a knocking upon the door; nd, to hi Instant qnry, Garonne's voice replied, with a Hugges'ion of sat-i--rs( ttn in IU gruff tone. 'She is eftf-r us. sir, ture enoitgo .' "Where away?" demand I afitte, When he had admitted the mat, and SB making himself r'dy to bo on tpck. Latro was already there, for ha could be heard shouting to his men. ' Hean up the shot, Lopes!" he roar ed. "Heap thera fcneehlgh. I say; for that cursed IJritlsher shall sw...

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. — 16 February 1905

f 1 i a I if oAhg'er TO DE AVOIDED A Intent Cold Creeds Catcnli, .aa. i 13 ! cm IT February is month of serer storm and Sntcnae cold. Etch in the South where the prevail ing temperature in mm h alov wintry latitudes, February brings sadden changes of temperature. Slrn'iiry sometimes drops 20 decree In a aintrle nijjht. Therefore, the following? health hints are applicable to the whole of North America: Weotaffea. Tlie. sleeping? room should tie well rentilated. but h u to avoid direct eurrent of air, tawftief. Thoae in eijroron health should taie a colli water towel bath every tuorninjr before break fat- Thixe in feebie health should take a brisk dry-low rl rob every morning. Ok The diet should be a freneron. one. Including meal, and occasionally frefch eeyctablc, aWa-aaa. The nights being" lon( and the darn short, av much Minahine poM.il.ie should be let into the hcruxe during the day. The hra.l should be kept cup) at all j tlaiea. The feet ahould be kept warm i and dry, dy and nig...

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. — 16 February 1905

Cur Ct:tt!,3 Rates. We will send you the Tribune and the Toledo Dlade ens year lor We will send you the Tribune anil (be Kansas City Timet or Star lor $i.oo. Wt will tend you the Tribune nd the Farm end Fireside one year ior $t.oo. We will send you the Tribune and the Ksnsus City Weekly Jour nil one year for $1.00 We will tend you the Tribune and the Farmer and Stockman for $i.5- We will tend you the Tribune and the VVomtn'i Home Compart ion one year for ft. 50 We will send you the Tribunk and twice-a-week Globe-Democrat one year for f 1.50. We will send you the Tribune and the St. Louis Republic one year for $1.50. We will tend you the Tribune and any dollar magazine published in the United states for one year for 51.50. We will aend the Tribute and the Kansas City Daily Journal one year for f 4 00. We will send you the Tribune and the Kansas City Daily Star or Times one year for $5.50, We will send you the Tribune and the Daily Globe-Democrat one year lor $6.00. We will send you t...

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. — 23 February 1905

ii TT Ji Vdl.UMi: 15 BICII HILL, MlKMOUltl. Tilt ll&DAY, rr.OUCABY 23, I83 3f .5JJ ssh iHLiCM LOW RATES VIA & r TO THE MARDI GRAS New Orleans, Mobile, Pensacola. TicJiH on :iU March liiiilUnl to return Marvh 11; by depot-It and pnytui-nt of ." tvula t'XU-rmlon ol limit c.hi be wcurvd until Mun.h J.kc. lor rnti-K. time tnbl. nnO'The United States Government, bvautlfnl lllut ratal booklet civinjr through ihtixonw iskv, gets $4.. u hlKtory of the Mardl Cras. uddrvw j 40. The railroad company gt ts St. II. C. 15.ut.i v, N. W. 1". A Chlc.iso J. 1.. l i:miu;t, I r.A St-Louin.'iS tents. The retailer gets $7. r. i. J. Ii. Ill Ml, I. I Mlt.l.lMl.N. . A... i. v t'incinimtl C. I kIiip, Gen'l la Agent, Iouiatllle, Kj. kSlMa'.f 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Tbdc MaMS '114. -ai utSKiwa Anww i:r;c a start a4 Acri w a-m-" c.iir H( h nm fc,-hre ah lu.ti,-in)r.-.nertwiOAl MV.tOO. r t'tlrau I'ai-iii lkt-n tbiurta Mittm a Cu. fwM Scfcniinc: JImcricam rist) tt B'tv WUH" y sart:vt. 1 rr. ft tr.r : fmr ruo...

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. — 23 February 1905

THE TRIBUNE iEO. P. HL'CKLIlY NANNIE R. llt'CKEHT 1 Editor and Publishers KICH HILL MISSOURI A RTanw fnminfl I reported. Oreat luffcrlng among the goeta slid the o lrl he. Perhaps the farmer are buying tiilomolilloi no that they cue scorch after the scorchers. An arena fur hull fight la belrg built at Cannes. After the bulla ar killed there, they be canned? At lean that big South Afrlnn dia mond oupht to be exhibited all over the -world before St Is cut up. In Thibet when a pupil failH In his lemons they flog the teacher. Say! Isn't there some sense In thalT The Yaqul Indiana of Mexico are doing their best to take their proper place anions international problem. A Louisville minister swallowed pfeel drill and even the X-ray can't find trace of it. What a digestion! Prof. Craig Bays that civilization is over 9.000 years old. And mighty small for Its age It sees sometimes, too. We mill eon know whether J. V. Morgan or 'Pat" Sheedy will get that $4,000,000 diamond Just found near Preto...

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. — 23 February 1905

AH 1 V r) vTTM K.LU3TPAT10N3 BY CXXf C. VVH.JON CHAPTER XII. An hour before nicifl lb fog rolled wp, revealing the msnof war anchored near enough for the men on her de k to be seen plainly without the aid of (lava. Tim anchors of both vessels were raised at once, and the chase renewed, wilh tha pursuer not a mile away, and beading about south west, which would n bring her within range or the brlgamlne, whose course lay due west. A curl of smoke soon roue from the Engllshman'a deck, and a few aecotids later there came the report of a gun. "A pressing Invitation for m to show our colors." remarked Ia flite. a he watched the shot strike the water. A short time passed, with the "Black Petrel'i- crew uneasy and Ipe wearing softly In hi native tongue. The pursuer then began a more per siitent Bring wltb her bow-guns, but none of the shot reached their mark. Presently I afitte. who ac Handing pear Iper. asked quietly, "How would a ahot work now? Try. and see." The old gunrer. with a shout ...

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. — 23 February 1905

1 HE 1 RIBUNE. t.i o. r. miKEtiT, NANMJili, MUKMH'. Kdltort.sd Pabllehar. SabMrtptlo.ll.t.li nr.d .CfCffnf to tk Del M (kiniill tlM po oi1i ,t Kicb Kill, Acd d.4, vi.tj maitw Is it possible that the State of Missouri enn't levy an income tax without At) aineuJnient to the State Constitution, In thn name of high heaven, wbat can the state do with out an amendment to the Constitu Jay Ccoke, the man who finan ciered the civil war to a successful result, died at his home in Phila delphia a few days ago at the ripe tU age of eighty years. He was the greatest financier of his day and to his ability as such the country owes its solidity and perraanance today. Like Gov. Morris the fin ancier of the revolutionary war. we have often thought Jay Cookcs ser vice to Lis country were not appre ciated, this however, does not de tract from the luster of his name and fame. Like him these will grow brighter as the years go by. and it don't work now with aensU lie people. If it did there would not be ...

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. — 23 February 1905

4l I j w 1 a I Mill I'lUl V ? luu.li I)IUrro. m .Ii. John While it repotted quite siik with (lie Riip. Oid newspapers, 5c for a tig bundle at Tim Tihmcne ollke. lii nudii;i Cx is ijuite mck at tier home ,11 the southeast patt of the City. Tjik Ti:hicnk telephone it No. 52. Send in your iteim by tele phone. llrrriider I will be in my dent oilier from Tuesday nooa to Hun ttav noon. Dili Slater. The little son of Mr. ntl Mrs. Wolicr Cooper, who has been Uueatened with pneumonia is im proving Theie can be no brighter, finer winter weather than this county en joyed Monday, Tuesday and Wed ensday. Judjje Denton says "motion over ruled" or "motion sustained" jutt as if.ul:!y and just as promptly as Jude Graves ever did. Job printing of all kinds done at the Thimvsk oilice. Our stock of supplies is large and we try to please our customers. Trices right. Come and see us. WAMKIt-VilIMi MAN from Hate CDiiiity to rppnn for desdr nlilo position In (JoTt. Mnil Service Salary Itapld promotion to s...

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. — 23 February 1905

j TO LIVB LONG AND WELL i tj How t Tuberculosis and Kindred III May Be 1 I Avoided. Alleviated and Cured. I r r, at S " W Suppression of Consumption. Tuberculosis fan be; sif- "iS. tt 1 not necessary fur a person to die l !nse hei has consumption. Thousand of moii rind wnmpn have been sacri ficed who jjiIrM have btcn alive to day If only th rtpht. procedure had Wn adopted. That which I noces aary for the mastery of this disease Is to return to nature to live natur ally In the fresh air, develop the lungs nil est proper food. Tuberculosis 1 a iowievc) riiea. People are not subjoct to It until their tissues have become vitiated And their whole bodies weakened. To live a natural life 1 the only asfemiard against tuberculosl. One climate may do as well as another tf ooly one live out of doors, gets plenty of cold. fresh air. bathes the body with cold water several times a day. and takes as much exercise as he can stand. Child Labor tn Factories. The physician In attendance at a municipa...

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. — 23 February 1905

inn niiTflnnii tiiihtv pnr utu uaianrui ininii i nano. Congressman f.lcckison Gives Praiso to Po-ru-na For His Recovery. 1 Xf Wm- t CONGRESSMAN MEKIS0N PRAISES FE-RU-NA. lion. rtTiJ Meekiaoti, Nspoleoa, Ohio, ex-member of CongTesa, Fifty-fifth District, writ-: ft are used seerra balUee mf "rruna mod I feel greatly benefited thereby front mv cm arrti of tbe bead. I teel encouraged to believe that If I H m ahort lime lonrer I will be tvllr able to eradicate, tbe disease of thirty yean' aiandlng."Darid Mceklson, ANOTHER SENSATIONAL CUHit Mr. Jseob I lavia. Galena, Htune, county. Ma, wn U: "I have been in 01 1 health for thirt r-tnn r ears, and af taking twelve tiolUea of your i'rnaria I am cured. " Jacob U. Davis. If roa do not derive prompt and satisfactory rreull from the Use of rerona, write at once to !r llartman. giving1 a fail statement ut your case, and he will be pleawd to give yon his valua'de adri4-e irratia. Adore lr. 1 1 art man. iVdpnt of the Ilarttruin Sanitarium. Columbu...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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