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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 16 March 1905

t The Tribune. JHI. r. HliCKEBT, NANNIK R. !iltllH. Brtltoroe. rablUher. ofccrlptloiK.ti nfVl !. 1 7fM-iitt.. . ti Mliltiv- ...( Sinl Cophw t.iiirl iuconllr.e to Itw tt ol Crnifr."l ! MHtoffiatR!rliHi!1.H worn! iUi mtll miiM AW01NCCV.LNTS. Wo are ftutliorlxtsl to anoiin llif li.Tiiit' of U. K. Ii McMnniufor City Mainhal, ultjt-t to tln consM oniilou uf the voters of KU-U Hill nt tin- coming spring election. We atc unthorUed to announce (lie iiame ol V. S. t. Trowill na n Minlllato for Police Judge, nt tlie iipproaclilngcltj- election. We nrf authorize! to announce Ijiwrencc M. Griffith as a candidate for Mnjor of Kicn Hill, subject to tin votes of the citizens atjttie Ajirll city election. RtPLBUCAV TICKLT. uiH.'riut,udent Public Schools a KM MA. CASSITY. TOWJiSllIP TICKET. Trustee EMMET ill LAUGH LIS. Collector W. T. DCVALL. Clerk aud Anscssor A. C. miADLEY. Justice of Peace nud Mem. Twp. Pd. r. S. ii. PKOWELL. M. VOX E II D M AN S I K) K F. J ustlce of Peace (H'.OUUE BLACK. Consta...

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. — 16 March 1905

" I 1 W 1 i I lllll I K.I -it lilVilA o. m .-- .loo Winch.-H at homo M end d.i.vs tin fli'nt of the wet-k. I'lii li- .Jo(hanni's) istlio n:,in who mako them nil holler nn pliers. M iss llhtnch Krvin, of llutk-r, is in ih i t y visiting relatives and f i it'ii'N. Miss Abbio Harnett mid moth ci spfiit . T tn-sd.iy afternoon With Nevada friends. Miss liitt, the new trimmer at the Hay-tar, arrived Sunday nijht tmd is ready for customers. Iok up our Anti-Trust iiro'10 sit ion on Keystone Mowers and Hinders. Johannes t Sons. The Henry County l'opub'iean is conduct ine; a piano contest with every ev idence of siicccs. Mr. Jos. Snyder from the Car lton Center n.inhborhood was in the city last Friday looking after business matters. Mrs. ('. W. Done, of Lnno Oak township, who has been quite ill for several days past, is better liow but still quite siik. ('apt. F. J. Tygard, of Hutler, was in the city last Saturday vis iting the family of V. F. Tygard und looking after business mat ters. Mrs. ...

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. — 16 March 1905

f. r?rr nr i ttiv I WL.LrlUl Simple Rule. th OhHrvtnr of Which Will Capacity for Work and Cltttur Daily Envrcltn. Clerk, bookkeeper avid thousand of other Indoor worker suffer from the lack of pure air and muscular ex ercise. If an attempt la made to be Kin systematic exerrl, or an hour or no la Kpent In digging or chopping wood, undue soreness and fatigue are produced. Thia disagreeable result often atop the experiment, Instead of discouraging the trial, the very "wrsops should point out the great xued of the body. If I he work vera persisted In and trtariually Increased th stiffness would soon disappear, and leave In l(a place a general feeling of Increased vigor. Tbe nerves are strengthened and the bodily activities quickened. Tbe ef fect la not alone on the muscles used, but upon each organ. The blood la purified and tbe digestion strength ened. The effect of a prolonged sedentary life are overcr-me only by working off the accumulated poisons and creating an appetite for new pur...

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. — 16 March 1905

focs Your Doctor Know That the matter with Tont Ifhadne tint chanraaa are h my help you, hut many ttmtw womitn call on their family phyali-laria, ti(Ti-ctnf , tha lrolri, m from oyieptila, auotlmr from liesri rilsnasA, another from llvw of kllny dis ease, anoim-r from nervoti exhaustion or iini-iriuon, snotlixr with pain bar md there, aodiln tlil way they ail pre sent allka In themselves and ihalr easy going and IiMtlflrtrmit, or ovar buoy dortor, Separata and distinct dian, for which Im, assuming thrra Ui be suc'i, preerrlbna bit pills and poilona. In reality they ar II only sytiijitoma canard liy ama womb disease. The physician. Ignorant of the Mw of tuffnAuif, encmim". (hi prac tice unlll lirii lull ar made. Tb of fering patient ft no better, but fimlxv bl y ainM, ty rn of Ui delay, wror.g treatment and Mjufi eorr. nitration. A proper medicine Ok Ihr, lierre fa vorite Praa-rtpUon, darivlvi o IA41 muss would bar entirely removed Ui dlseaea, thnratiy dispelling all thoe distressing...

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. — 16 March 1905

Our aull'ir.i Pales. c w ill send you the Tribune hm'I the Toledo r.latlo one year lor $ 1.00. e will send yon the Tribune Star for mid ,t!ie Kansas City $1.00. We will tend you the Tribune and the Farm and Fireside one year lor $r.oo. We will send you the Tribune and the Knnsus City Weekly Jour nal one year for $1.00 We will end you the Tribune nnil the Farmer and Stockman for $1.25. We wil! send you the Tribune and the Woman' Home Compan ion one year for 1 1.50 ' We will send you the Tkuiine and twice-a-week Globe-Democrat one year for 1.50. We will send you the Tribune and the St. Louis Republic one year for $ 1.50. 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 ai.d the Kansas City Daily Star and 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 yo...

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. — 23 March 1905

t RIG I HE it rm LT1 iLjQLMii A A volume 15 UICII HILL, MI8HOUHI.T1IU1U4DAT, MAUCH VJ. ISK3. SUBTERRANEAN WOHDERS Mammoth Cave AND COLOSSAL CAVERN Friday- Thunder and regular April f ,l,,,,l"'wt lnt.-ni!iitf ,f mi th shower visited thin section last Natur;il U niiOiTH in Miieriru I liee , , . , ... -i W(l.!.n1!!.;.v.T;.n. vWo-.j nnnu- T hursday and I-riday nights, the n!!y ly tliou-.-oi'N of tourist from first of the season. till roiiiilrv mid nltroad. Tliey lire. r. t .., ,i . t w , , , . . , Mrs. Morris, mother of V.A. . irono!iti- -I ly xriciitists tin' most,,.. . , , , . , . xl innm.iii.viit work or nature, it b-itheart, left last Friday for the wuiii l xvcit n p iy yon to take t he , Territory to look after a claim time tn make u viit to them. They she has down there. fir l'i ' mill's Mintli of Loiiim ilie, I . , , , Ky n-.-ir tin- j If the ioople want one of the , , lliest constables thev ever had LouiSVil!3 Si Kashville R. R. 'th,,v ,.jU ,.loct L N. Minton by a r'l tin- u'ni-...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 23 March 1905

THE TRIBUNE OZO. TV I1UCKEUT NANNIE n. llUCKEnT RiciTim.L - Editors and Publisher MISSOURI When the landlord comet In like lion, the tenant ought to "give up" like a lamb. Dr. Chadwlck mourn fully saya ha must now go to work again. Ixmt hi bteadwlnnerT It l evidently going to be necessary to advance the age of consent lor cbloroformatlon. Balfour's cabinet U beginning to stow that a poor quality of glue wa tired ia ita construction. This J ear baa fifty-three Sundays, which Is rood, of coiire, but the best year la the on that has (1 pay daya. A fio Francisco girl who is worth I5.C0C.0O0 is only 18. It is needless to dd that sba la bewitchingly beauti ful. H. Rider Haggard rays that writing r.ovels U a mere Incident of Ms life. How lovely it must be to be able to say that! A man has reached the age of dis cretion when It Is one of his firm cctvlctlon that some money costs too much. Alleged "pure apple cider." the grim reaper and wood alcohol whisky seem to have formed a strictly busi...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 23 March 1905

v. by Harv Kcvereux WTM ILLU3n?ATlON3 OV DOM C. m.5CW Orv! v (ji) CHAPTSR XVI. . At she looked about br. In tha tan gled and shadowy forest, where the inlght waa already coming darkly, a new terror arose wlthla ber, and ahe- hi lit to return by the way ah) had come, but tbla n oniy to And her stepa rut off by atlll drniwr masse or for! growth. Fven an the tood liltllii. there nm a taint cry, like that of a child, and a rush of hopeful ness thrilled her at the thought of something human being near in the gloom and oppressive stillness. Then there fell upon ber freezing terror, as abe suddenly recalled tb lavea (elllnc recently of a pauther'e Tolce baring ben heard at night, near the settlement; and she remembered that they had likened It to the crying of a child. Trembling with f right, she stood, glancing about in terror, wondering which way to turn, when another aound came faintly. It waa a Bound she had heard before, and one no hearer could ever forget; a ahort. quick bark, follow...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 23 March 1905

The Tribune; oko. r. hixkkht, mNMKR. HICKKNT. KIMoreud roblinh.r., f abTl)it1onlctl) O.itV'Mt Jl.O I llmfMmll'l...... Sl Manlln. Sinil Cn'l F.ntrd tcimllni 14 Ik Ml of Cotwtl Ibt po. oHiit i fclch Mill, M) cUki mail natm KITIXLICAN 1ICKLT. Suporlntomlcnt Public School KM MA CASS IT V. TOWNSHIP TICKET. TriiHlc i:.i mkt Mclaughlin. Collector V. T. M VALL. llcrk and Afwor A.C. BRADLEY. Justice of Tenee nntl Mem. Tnp. Ud. IT. S. G. rUOWELL. M. YON EKDMANSDOKF. Justice of 1'eiiet GEOBGE BLACK. Countable I. N. MINTON. AYo met the follows at Jeffer son City last Saturday and ".showed Vin." Its Warner this time but well make it warmer next time by get tinu the other fellow. YVe knew we had a mighty pxxl man all the time, but it took tlu legislature a long to find him, but the" got him just the s;une. A Lnt Word. To Osage township Kemibliri'in voters. Don't forget tluit next Tuesday is township election day anl it behooves every Kepubli can to lon hand and dolus duty as becomes ti good citiz...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 23 March 1905

9 t. LOCAL BLMKFS. Mike Fortune hn tho luck of Kintf St alone usually. Jolin Ingram und family have removed to Dolsc City, Idaho. Ik'n Caldwell tauie over from Hume und sp'tit Sunday In Kith Ilitl. John Stance had no trouble in dispsin)$ of his Harlow lust Sat urday. Undo Jo(hanncs) In the man who makes thorn all holler on prices. Mr. and Mrs. Sain I.ivy, of Uutlcr, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Simon Locb. Joo Winchell spont Sunday with homo folks returning to work at Nevada Monday. Look up our Anti-Trust propo sition on Keystone Mowers and Binders. Johannes & Sons. You cant down n pood man like Jim Sheppard in a deuiocrat 3c primary, 'lie's fit before." The farmer boy, Fred Crabb pot away most beautifully with the city gentlemen last Saturday at the Democratic primary. The family of Kev. K. 1$. Tom ploton are expected to arrive in the city this week and occupy the M. Ii church parsonage. The Foster property on the Most end of Maple street is doing put in shape to be occupied ...

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 March 1905

TUBERCULOSIS (Appalling Mortality Among the Little Ones Due I to This Cause Iroper Attention to Sleclth of , Mother Would The number of death due to tuber r uUtnin la tremendous. When the word Is spoken one Instinctively thinks ot pulmonary consumption. Thla Is the form which attacks Adults and which we see dally gathering la tta victims. There are oilier forms, however, more common In children, .that levy trib ute upon them without calling atten tion to the relationship between these) dir eases and consumption of the lungs. Dr. Jacob! Is authority for the stati st eot that "Tuberculosis kill ai many people, old and young, aa diphtheria, croup, whooping cough, scarlatina, measles and typhoid fever taken to gither." Jn all ot our cities active step hare been taken to protect the leople from the above named dis eases. Until quit recently, however, a few year at most, nothing was done to reduce the mortality from tuber culosis. Now, however, the attention of the world, the common peopl...

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. — 23 March 1905

Avf taUc Prrparalionror Ai SlmilfllinJ dx Food and Rrf uLi tmg the Stands dndlJovn:!) of im n i" HI o i Promotes DifstionQsrfur ness and IVsl Conlains neiihrr Ontum.Morptune nor lincxoL IvotUakcotic. m cu M-stHCunraaat Mat 403 .tmmm J fir f i- A perfect Hornedy forConstipa non.Sour Stomach. Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Fevcri sh ncss and Loss or Sleep. Fax Simile SiCnnlurc or XEW YD UK. exact copy c WRAEfO. -e'MTV.fimntn-.'B Fa Wafar EXCURSIONS TO TMt Free Grant Lands OF Western Canada. mm TViirln the BxtBllMOf W rrh nl April. Ikre )Ilta rirunivni m tip inou itm-s of raU way to the Canadlaa W rt- H re1 of Ihmiaxiwl. of arrea of t taai VI u1 ;rbf Luti ot lii (tuetlnral Imu la settisr. Adenine Imm! mT be wrrbaaMt frw rait war aa4 ijkud ooaii - si raaauoaijl pnce. rr tnforwistloa as o raoie. i f Iimiw taU"a eU" . aitlr a Sup.rluiriktW't.l of In.tul g ratvm iki. CWiaarta. or to ui t aa ailiaa Uoerrriitw-eit Ar-tt J. H I'rsafortl. No U W. MibU blnrt, IvaUM CUT. atuauurt. Around the Worl...

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. — 23 March 1905

Our ClubLing Rales. We will srnd you the Tribune nnd the Toledo IJIade one year lor $t.oo. We will tend you 'jc Tribune nnd the Kansas City Star for $1.00. We will lend you the Tribute nnd the Farm and Fireside one year lor $i,uo. Wc will send you the Tribune snd the Knrmis City Weekly Jour nnl one year for $1.00 We will send you the Tribune i) ih! the Farmer and Stockman for $1.35. Wc will send you the Tribune and the Woman's Home Compan ion one year for $1-50 We will send you the Thidins arid twice-a-weck Globe-Democrat one ye?r for J 1. 50. We will send you the Tribune and the St. Louis Republic one year for $ 1.50. We will send you the Tribune and any dollar magazine published in th.e 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 and Times one year for $5.50. We will send you the Tribune and the Daily Globe-Democrat one year for $6.00. We will send y...

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. — 30 March 1905

ft D HLJELL jni. VOLUMU 1J ttlCII HILL, M1KHOUUI.TITI JtSOAY, MARCH 3, ItK5. SUBTERRANEAN WONDERS Mammoth Cove AND COLOSSAL CAVERN Arv tW must IntcrcMilMi,' of u)l tin? Natural Woiiderw In mcrk-a'. Tliw wonderful Caverns are iI (! annu ally ly thousands of toiirixU fnra thin coiiutry uui abroad. They are proiiounred by rint!M the iiot tiinimlticent work of nature. It would will npn.v )ou to take tin? time to innse a visit to them. They nre VP) mile south of Louivllle, Ky., near the Louisviile & Kasimils R. R. mid tin- undersigned will ! hUh to quote you rate, eive train schedule! or (tend y mi a ltentitiftitlr llluNtrntts 4 pace booklet giving nn Intm'et lug description of the n-mnrknUe places. C. L. Stone, tien'l Pans. Agent, Louisville, Ky t44 60 YEARS' ' EXPERIENCE Ttt Mara Coyh3wt Ac Qt;k f m-nM.r our trtr.w.n fre hhf u rtiwitfrt M pn'Mihlf v Butitr. tl"Ci W rwX If e"ltlr1tai, ,fft UlflHCWI Jt ; I tkrtH.k Mur.n A Co. rwvJf Scientific jlrac-ricatt. E ,i:yh'NCo."NewTork jhMKfl...

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. — 30 March 1905

THE TRIBUNE fjir.n p. m;t Ki;:nT I Editor and tii.;CKi; HT I Editor ana K. IIUCKI'DT Publishers JNANNIE RICH HII-L Missouri: It I moved and seconded that th Oi!r Joke be dropped. We nole, that the standard of spring poetry this season I qulia as high as usual. The premier of lialy being 111. the rent of the cabinet lis resigned. Sort of a sympathetic strlki. Sir Hlrsm Maxim rlnim to have solved the flying martin problem. All that he ha to do now la to fly. Gaynor and Gwnc, who wept when tail til refused lu their rases, hava a few more weeps corn! riff to them. Having takrn a good look at her, Andrew Carnegie Is positive that Mrs. Chadwlck la no long lost daughter of his. A Connecticut woman killed herself because tbe weather wa bad. She probably desired to visit a warmer clime. To appreciate rhinoceros steak pre sumably one should have cultivated a taste for railway restaurant spring chicken. To the average person the furious dispute as to the correctnesa of "golf," "gowf, or "golf"...

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. — 30 March 1905

mi A ni-irrrrTrirTr-Tr-T a r V BY $ARY IpjCVEREUX WTH ILLU5TVAT10N3 BV DOM C. mJCW CHArTfR XVII. Continued. Th wind proving unfavorable, tt wa Dot unlit an evening In early July that the "Hlark petrel'' anchored In the harbor of lkrdeang. Knowing the location of Grelolre' house, land lost do time In reaching It, and wa admitted by a sleepy-eyed servant, who led the way through spacious hall to a closed door at th farther end; this he opened noise lessly, and announced Jim a presence. At the sound of the aervant'a voire Grelolre started hastily; with a Joyful exclamation he Jumped to hi feet with outstretched hands. "Jean. Jean, lad! It la truly thy very self! And thou hast at last broken way, and come back to the old fold!" Lafltte grasped the welcoming hands and shook them cordially. But his eyes. still searching Grelolre'a face, saw. beneath Its look of momentary gladness, one cf keen anguish ; and the younger man wondered what trouble had come to his friend. "I caonot say as to t...

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. — 30 March 1905

The Tribune. tiM. P. lltlHI.BI, NANK1B 11. ntCKEIlT. Kil!loric4 rabllattcr. btrlftlenKtii DnrVtit ....... !. I l htMtnl)...... lovi oc i Rkti Hill, m .Mowd d. wall m.tiii RimUCAN TICKtT. Superintendent Public Hrlioola- i:mx c.vs.sjTY. -rowNsiiir ticket. Trustee km met Mclaughlin. Ci-lkTtor W. T. DL'VALU Clerk and Assessor A. C. KKADLKY. Justice of Teace and Mem. Twp. Bd. U. S. ti. l'KOWKLL. JT. VON ERDMANSDOKF. Justice of Voice OEOKOE BLACK. Cotn-tabie 1. N. MI'TOX. That Japanese Phil i pine story is made out of Hull cloth and won't hold water worth chucks. The costs in the Todd-Walls murder case, at Nevada, amount ed to over three thousaud live hundred dollars. Let St. Louis take her medi cine. We're not going to waste any sy mpathy on her. She elect ted Folk. She's got the doctor she wanted. Everybody is pleased with the selection of Major Warner as senator from Missouri. The more they think ubout it the more they ure pleased. Dentists will hereafter have to pass an examination le...

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. — 30 March 1905

I LOCAL JiHIKFS. g Jioad tho "riuln Truth" ad of Johannes A Hon, tf Oscar Hurst took a business trip to Kansas City Monday. Fred Cane has been complain ing considerable lor several days past: 1)1 itiwtiuiMni to iut Ulidrr J our cnrKtii. .V for big bundle, lit Tim Tunics a oftlre. We have hud several days tho past week of regular blustering, genuine March weather. C. T. VunBenthusen and chil dren arc spending a few days with relatives near Passaic. Seymour Williamson is quite tiek at hi home on the east side, but is improving at this w riting. Uncle Billy Robinson, of Reav ley, was in the citySaturday last and made the Tkibitne a pleasant call. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Claunch, of Butler, spent last Sunday in the city visiting her brother, J. Ed. Jones. ..Mr. Grant Stine was in the city last week attending the bed side of hi sister, Mrs. C. T. Van Benthusen. A cold, drizzling rain all day Tuesday caused a light vote to be polled, only about seven hun dred and fifty. John Streick, superinten...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 30 March 1905

$ HEALTH CAMP FOR CONSUMPTIVES orthy Enterprise Established in Southern CtI ifornlaSo Arranged That I'Mlents M&y Do Self-Supporting. r A New York paper publishes mi ac count of a sureem'til effort recently notd by Mr. N. O. Nelson, In Bout fi rm California, to provide for the poor er classes. Mr. Kelson haa established t India. In Southern California, what be rails a health ramp for consump tives. We quota th following de scription of thl worthy enterprise wifii dm Ijupe (Imt It may encourage others to do likewise; for certainly no more beneficent work can be under . taken by anyone: The camp la located In a desert tailey, cut off from the ocean by the mountain. There li no rain, no fog. no clouds. The. winter day are all warm, the nights comparatively cold. "The camp wax established In De cember. 1902, to provide fn part for the larze number of consumptive and oth-r invalids who go to Southern California. Most of the Invalids have liiM means; they can not afford ex pensive sari...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 30 March 1905

brb sromneM Attenile.1 with tainted, offottaive, rr fmil breath, bltu-r taste, eapeelally In the tntiriiliiR, furred tongue, air or hllloisa headache. iHmr or irwulir pptn. sour t'mn li. "water hrtn"li." conatipa tum will) atrtmg 4TiI )i' T I" "the tilnea." ir 1"iiiiIi,ii v. uri'll relieved and rd- i rally rurol t)r lli faithful u of Lr. 'liri-e's tioldeu Mtollral Inacnvery. No in mi ran tm etronifi-r than hi stomach; when II gel out of oni-r he tterouie. bll mi, l) ,(( if. Ii I lion-lrlsi-nl. et lti and "out of wnV"i be feel laniculil, tired and "all Iukm) mt." Nothing will mn i'll!r or perm nril I V Invigorate ' Um Into action, liver ami liwel lluiii lr, Pierre' tiolitcn ,M'llcl lilcovcry, ll l coiiioiiMiei from lite adit IliedlrlliSl lirlm iplea h. tractt from halite tie-lieltiitl plan wn.iic.tit the ue i.( !(( l. not a drop of j which enlr InUt lie oiiiiptedlloii. 1 lie benefit fi-lt from lu n l tint, therefore, due Ui alcoholic et limitation, and .11 queiuiy of short iluratiuii...

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