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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 20 April 1905

The Tribune. OrO. V, RL'CKKltf, It. B UK HIT. fcdttor, tad r abllah.r. afcMrtptlKtt ne Year . S1.09 I TVMoit.. ..... Sin,!. ... .i tiuena ccon)ln to tVi t ol Ceel iW prut offi at Kicti Hill, i wMd iUm axil S.mt Gov, Folk has finished up his legislation work, fdjrninj: ami ve tiling bills, and has done, uh well t any governor we have had in thirty years. The Japanese have an officer with them who has the name Ad miral Dewa. That conies pretty .-lose to being a name to strike terror to tho hearts of some na val attaches. The rnal cScial returns show that Miss Emma Cassity, Repub. lican was elected County School Superintendent, by a majority of 25 over Prof A. L. Ives, dem ocrat. She has already given bond and assumed the duties cf the cilice. sold in Missouri. Momivcr, the law provided that such contracts should live live yearn and until the law was rets-aled. The law has boon in operat ion hince 1W7; so has the hock trut. For eight years tho jioopleof this atate have been fleeced. No...

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. — 20 April 1905

GET HEALTH-WISE and drink "NUTRITO Mado Entirely from Grain. Made like Coffee, Tastes like Coffee But it'S different, A Big Package, 15c At all grocers. The top ol the box is good for 15 c if you take it back tO yOUr grocer and tell him you are not satisfied. Made by The Girard Cereal Co., Guard, Kansas. LUUAIj liKILro. t See Johannes A Sons und in" vestigato the facts, tf OUt newspaper to put uo(Jt your tor big bundle, ot Tub carjft". Tniiic oflicu. '.'o pictures for 2r-c at IVnny Picture Gallery, over Harris' Drug Store. Don't fail to look us over before you spend your money. Johan lies &. Sons. C G. Harnett went south at noon, Monday, in the interest of the Modern Woodman. Mis Cora Thomas of the Car Ism Center neighlHirhtssl, was in the city last Saturday shopping Mr. Geo. Delaney of Panama, wa'sinthe'eity Saturday looking after his Rich Bill property in- terests. Bob Cai tt is doing some jwmt Inti for Mrs. Mary White thin week. Ludue Cor. Henry Co. Republican. Ellective Apri...

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. — 20 April 1905

,.. . - " u ,J V WORK FOR HEALTH .1 ; terc!se iDsoiuieiy V I B t Sk. 1 . . . - - I "juy in i-roper The sedentary mn U like stag unfit pool, while the active nun It I'M tho mouniRlti stream. In the stag nant pool reptiles of many descrip tions' crawl end rroak, ami from It nolmir.iA odors rlso. Th mountain stream is pun and sweet and eryats.1 clear. The body la a farm through which stream of mailer flow. Kicrclun t the mean by which the movement of Hie iiMm accelerated so that the blood in kept pure and the tlssnes clean. The nibte asys that bo that will not work ahali not cat. and Na ture a.ra the same. A man who In sists upon eating, even though he doe not work, pays the penalty for lila violation of natural law. The food he eats becomes polnon la the tls- ues; his body Is not only like the stagnant pool, but it becomes even like cesspool, nd ready food for prmi Exercise Increases the ability of the body to resist a disease. It encour ages every bodily function, creates appetite fo...

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. — 20 April 1905

EOW HE GOT KID OF HI80r.5TISATI HDSOULAR KEEDMATI21S. Mr. im Tell ( thm tay ty Whlrk lit Tra1-4 lllmxlf Kiwnliillf Whea IMx-twr I.ll-1. P!l pliyaicinn, all of lliem gv1, on of ttieut a sporiallat, lml t.iu tlielr best for Mr. June at 1 1 ff --n t tlnu ilin lug three yenr, and still tin aiiflWe.1 jftmr fully from tli torture of rhetiiiinliurn, TUa rheumatism llutt lutil lwu dor mant in Lis ytiu wa eu.l.l.-nly brought to Ml aontai tK by etraiaar whiU ho wa drawing iiw in February, 1901. Krmn tliMt tiuia u for a period f mora than throe years he w a ram taut uHpm, iia tried many Liit'la of treatment, but the rh.un.stiMii wouldn't bulg. When r-'guutr 1-Uir failed, and on a remwly after another proved selesa, mauy a.iid: "I should think be would give it cp ami av hi money." 1 Of Lia condition at thia time, I't. louea aya: " My rheumatism sl.arted in my right thigh, but in time it ap Irel iu every uia ! of my body. I lout the uie of my lfft nn en tirely and nearly lost tb in of my right o...

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. — 20 April 1905

9 1 Cliir Classing Ratts. We wiil uriul jou tl.c Tribune nad i!;e Toledo DIJe one year Jot .$1.00. We will j etui you the Tiitntne nnd the Kansas City !tar for $ 1 . OO. We wiil send you the Tribune nml the Farm mid Fireside one year for $t.oo. We will fend you the Tribune and the Kansas City Weekly Jour nal one year for $l.oo We vi!) send you the Tribune nnd the Farmer and Stockman for $i.iv We will send you the Tribune and the Woman' Home Compan ion one year fur J 1.50 We will send you the Triu ne nr.d twice-a-weck Globe-Democrat one year for f 1.50. We will send you the Tribune and the St. Louis Republic one year for Si .50. We will tend you the Tribune and any dollar magazine published iii the United States for one year . ' r - , We will send the Tribune and the Kansas City Daily Journal one year for f 4 00. We will send you the Tribune and the Kansas City Daily Star and Times one year for $5. 50. We will end you the Tribune and the Daily Globe-Democrat one year lor 56. 00. We w...

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. — 27 April 1905

tribune iLiiiiio iiii Ao VOLUMK 15 aiCII HILL, MUSOUUI.TIIUIUJDAT, AI'RIL 27,1903. 5. i SUBTERRANEAN WONDERS Mommotfi Cave colossaTcavern Art the most iatcrostliiif of all the Natural Wouilers in America. Tlit-He wonderful Cavern are vlnitwl ini mi ni ly ly ttioiixmiilA of touriKtm from ' this country mid nlirond. Tliej- are pronounced by wleutUts the moxt nuiirnllktiit work of nature. It would well repay you to take tli time to tunKc vlnit to them. They are 1)0 mile soutb of LouiHrllie, Ky., near tlie TO BREEDERS. 1 JK CAESAR 18 IT A BQUAKE DEAL. A million dollars a day! A lot of money, isn't it? It represents the sum that the residents of the small towns and rural communities of this count ry phiiuithropy eitlier. We want t!ils newspaper to grow and prosper, for tlx; very ftame rea son that we want the value of your property to increase. We want to make it a mighty sight are spending every day with the .better and stronger than it is catalogue houses for things they to give our re...

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. — 27 April 1905

THE TRIBUNE OKO. P. HUCKKHT I Editor and tfANNIK R. 1IUCKKDT f Publltar RlcXfiuLi.. mi? so c ni "What Is the woman's Idea! pel.' Man, of course. The latest Russian riot began at cemetery. Most of them end there. A diet or violet mill prolong life. 1! in said. Whit's the 'use with Osier around? Mn. Hetty Oreen affect a k terrier. Her wcaknessc are not nu merous, however. Real true Rostonlnn read that city's pew Oreck paper as they ride down town in the street cars. It Is not true that the world owes every man a living, but It owes every ni an a chance to earn one. Chaxincey Depew says the source of longevity is work. Will exchange one source for an automobile. . It must be annoying to Bandit Rai su!i to note that the powers negotiate with the Molocco government direct. Music Is now recommended as a cure for hysterics in women. A new hat will generally bring them around also. Perhaps the matter mlsbt be am icably arranged If the ciar would con sent to wheel the mikado around the block...

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. — 27 April 1905

TfiH V BY MjARY pEVEREUX vTTM ILLU3n?ATTON3 OY DON C VVUSON if F'aa flwuVj CHAPTER XXI. Having emerged from the building. ILafllle Haw, ho was locking tha door, (list many of his men, armed with gum, had gathered within tha stockade, tha greater number of them atandlng around another loghouse at the farthermost rod. where two of hi sub captains, lleluehe and Uominique You, had their quarters. H went to the end of tha stockade, a.nd uot seeing Pierre amongst the men gathered there, asked If anyone knew of the latter a whereabout. "He waa outside, my captain, when last I aaw him. He waa sluing on the bluff, smoking, and swearing that tha men should do no harm to that boat load of beauUea lying off shore," re plied Dominique You. his swarthy face wrinkling with a grin. Tha shadows were falling fast, and the dampening air was melixllous with the notes of the mocking-birds that filled the trees about the fort, while faint but aweet came other fluting voices from the deeper woods, minglin...

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. — 27 April 1905

The Tribune. NAKMB R. MVVKKUf . Bdltartaa rkllhara. ertptlanRttaai nVm ...1. I Tl.rt.Mmnh.. . f(K Mwl..u,...H Blnfl CopiM.- Eatrred acronllnf lh Kl al Coiil iW bo orttc t RltH Hill, homhI cUm an A Drop o Ink. Nothing is no contagious as on tliusiasm. It is the real allegory of the talo of Orpheus; it moves sstones; it charms brutes. En thusiasm is the genius of sincer ity, nd truth accomplishes no victories without it. Bulwer. An International Railway Con gress will be held in 'Washington D. C, May 3rd. to 14th. in which thirty-five foreign nations will be represented. About 1000 dele gates will be in attendance, rep pesenting 240 foreign and 07 American railroads. Four hun dred thousand miles of railroad in forty different countries will be represented. It will be a not able gathering. A gentle ruin began falling Monday and continued to yester day greatly benefitting gardens and early farm work. The money sharks are making no more' 10-per-ccntu-month loans, and are waiting for the ...

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. — 27 April 1905

OOOOOOOOOOKOKH6OO0iSOOOOfl A Telegraph Operator , Connoi atiul nud ri c- ivr mo g ! whm ihc hurt arr no! g working lie ilf pendt on the g 8 up the wirci. Your neivr g o tie the lines of commuuica- $ P g g lion cl your body. Without g S thee line of communication o g you can do nothing Every g o successful man knows this s 8 8 8 o o o o o o o o Nutrito, The 20th Century rood Drink. 8 1 o o o Will keep your nerve lines in 2 repair at the minimum of ex. peine. Try it. 9 Sold by the following gro- o O g cerymen : (iUIFKITH GKoCKKYCO, 0 H. 1". JAMKS. g J.C.T.VYim S C. W. OK IMS. 5 di'ffiki.I) r.nos. 1 h. v. gkiukr, 8 itiHiiows unos. 0 o g o 8 8 o o 8 A Large Package 15c g CIKARD CEREAL CO, GIRARD, KANS. 8 8 8 KOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO - John M. Johannes took a busi nes trip to Kansas City Monday old newKpaiMT to put under j our .!. l.unill.' ut The I t..i.i V .flkv. ,, , .. ... !v,i, W. G. Myerly, the south Sixth ' . J, J' , . , . , ' w,uw W. W. Uurrowsof the Papins- ville neighloi hotK...

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. — 27 April 1905

aa (FOOD VALUE OF FRUIT J r Prejudice Ap,alnst Its There are ninny popular but tin founded prejudices against tho Uletle of fruit. It Is generally sup posed, . for example, thnt fruit are conducive to bowel disorders, and thnt Ihey are especially prone to pro duce Indigestion if taken at the lint meal. The truth U the very opposite or these notlona. An exclusive dipt of fruit la one of the best-known rem edlc for chronic boel disorders. During the late ,r. largo numbers f the soldier suffering from chronic dysentery wore In several Instances rapidly cured when abundantly eup Tiled with r.po peach-. Fruit Jolce way be advantageously used In both acute and chronic bowel disorder. Care must be taken, however, to amid fruit Juices which contain large amount of cane sugar. Juices ot sweet frulta should be employed, or a mixture of sour and aweet fruit luices. or acid fruit ' Juice may be saectcned with malt honey or mel tose. a natural aweet produced from eereals. Raising, figs, prunes, ...

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. — 27 April 1905

OiJBAfJ LI IH IS S EH T U.S. fsilORTMISSOl'RI ITEMS: Recommends Pe-ru-na. C ''V : V M J ' t J ' - - - "V i . " ' ( . '!:). ) .- ytr- . ; " ' - ' 'V ,r msj:t- - j f irsiiWiiri'm-' i---'-! Mr nirr-r irr r .-m.;js Senor Quesada, Cuban Minister to the United States. Rennr tinesiula. t'nban Minister to the I'niusd State, in inn ornUir born. In alt article In The Outlook fur .Inly, 1 '.'.. by tieortfe kerinan, who heard (Jut-sails KptMik at the Ktetan, Theatre. MUdmi, Cuba, he aaid: "I w-eu mativ audience under the spell of eloquent speech ami in tlie grip of strung- emotional excitement; but I have rarely w itnessxi iuoh a h( a at the ekiw of t,'(U-sila eulug-y UfHn the leal patriot. Marti." In a letter V The I'eruua Metliciiie loui panr, written fruiu ahiii'loii, 1). C, r-euor tjiiexada aaj-s: "Pcruna I can recommend as a very good medi- ; cine. It is an excellent strengthening tonic, and it j is also an efficacious cure for the almost universal complaint of catarrh. " Qonzalo De Quesad...

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 April 1905

Oar Clubbing Rales. We will send you the Tribune and the Toledo Blade one year lor $1.00. We will send you the Tribune and the Kansas City Star (or $1.00, We will send you the Tribune and thu Farm and Fireside one year tur $t.oo. We will end you the Tribune and the Kansu City Weekly Jour nal one year for $1.00 We will tend you the Tribune and the Farmer and Stockman for $1.45. We will send you the Tribune and the Woman' Home Compan ion one year for $1.50 We will send you the Tribcnk and twice-a-week Globe-Democrat one year for J 1.50. We will send you the Tribune and the St. Louis Republic one year for 1 1. 50. We will seud 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 ?-oo. We will send you the Tribune and the Kansas City Daily Star and Times one year for $5.50. We w ill send you the Tribune and the Daily Globe-Democrat one year lor $6.00. We will send you the Tr...

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. — 4 May 1905

H HIM VOLUMU J5 U1CI1 HILL, MIM.HOCUI.TIIVitSOAT, MAT 4, THE R TKJBUMK THE NEW SHORT LINE Louisville & Nashville Railroad KKOM Cincinnati and Iyuivillo TO KNOXVILLE Two Traius Daily from each city Through Coaches,' Buffet Par lor Cars and Pullman Sleeping Cars For Folders, Maps or other in formation address C. L. STUNK, Genl Bass. Agt. Ixuisvilli" Ky. When You Travel tfVn a riiuar as j oti do your clothe KATY SERVICE .-uii, imjj 4 nut LuitT) Supcittt Coin(ori.!e nj I onvtDicnl Trum, The KATY FLYER" end KATY DININQ STATIONS Uxll M'W-rt In JV.r". luurianl la vju.n; nl Ncrrlre. Omm Prtmm. I b i flow m.iui uui litirv f To every person who will pay one year's sub scription ($1.00) to this paper, THE TRI BUNE, in advance, wo will give absolutely free a full year's subscription to , Farm The only condition is that you must accept this offer within thirty days trorn. date, as the publishers of Farn and Fireside limit us to that tirae. Tarni Oild FirGSldC is America's greatest twice-a-mo...

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. — 4 May 1905

THE TRIBUNE OKO. P. HUCKEUY NANNIE TL IIUCKEDT Editors and Publishers RICH him. MISSOUIU Opium lit declared ro b a cur for e nsnmpllon. The cure in w orse than the disease. That, theory about tho ItiRratlttide of republics dwiiii to break down lu the ( of John I'aul Jones. It would be Interesting Bow to hear ftom Hiinin n. Anthony whether n an can i!resa on fi5 a year. China and Groat Itrltaln have agreed on the Thibetan question. Whether the Thibetans agree doesn't matter. If Pref. Osier really thinks a man la r.c, srood after he ia slvty, he might try tf beat Cncle Russell Sage on a stock deal. The duke of Manchester says he mean to spend a year or more In learning the railway business. So long? Premier Balfour is reported to be fcklng a cheerful view of things in England. The golf season is almut to open up. The crIMc who complains of the poor quality of fiction published In this country must have overlooked the Con gressional Record. Tes, golf will put you right. But If for any ...

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. — 4 May 1905

A3 DV jMfARY KEVEREUX KITH fLtU3TT?ATX)N3 Err OOfl C. WILSON Off jf-Js. fixmmvV CHAPTER XXII.Continusd. "If they'll nut coma out, then we can kill Ihem through tb door!" ome on shouted, when there rim the rush of a tall, sinewy form, vhmi Impotu knocked the rioter right aud left. There wa a flash of glittering teel, an Ijkfltttt ttruck the hand of a wan PIl)lng the match, and a spout of blood extinguished the dame as the match fell to lh ground. Take that, for a warning, you mu tinous scoundrels, who eek to mur !er unarmed men!" shouted a voice trembling with race such as was rsre ly manifested. "Disperse, you cow ards, before I count five, or you shall I riddled of less as well as hands." The would oe murderers slunk away and in ten minutes all was quiet as though nothing uctoward bad hap pened. After sending Pierre, who was some thing of a surgeon, to attend the man tie had wounded. Ijifltte demanded from his tub-captains an eiplanation t the mutiny. lminlnue-You stood silent and ...

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. — 4 May 1905

The Tribune. UIU. r. BI'CKEMT, HANKIE . HtCKF-BT. dltartaati rablUbr. buirl ptl It i n V ...,.-.l. ThrMfllh..-.." s,. M...K. ,,. Si,( CofUm. t.tri4 ccofdlnc I lk Kl l CwMUl Ik p offic at Rkh Hill, t rcod dttt n urn The. Panama canal is digging rinlit Along now. It is now reported that our jack has turned out to be nothing hut that, same old gag, "Mississ ippi limestone., A bigger name but worth less. F. G. Bifilow, the defaulting bank president of Milwaukee, has filed a schedule of debts amounting to $3,227,000 in bank rupt cy, and places his assets at S?l,sr.00. A little more of both than country editors have. The Divorce (juration, Gov. T. D. Ferguson, of Okia hoimv has issued his proclama tion designating Tuesday, June 27th next, as Oklahoma day at the Lewis and Clark exposition at Portland, Ore. He wants to make the day a great event for the territory. "We wish him un bounded success. President Roosevelt will break camp to return to Washington City next Monday. On his way he wil...

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. — 4 May 1905

600000000000 O0OOOOOOOOOCO6 Send im the new by wire. I telephone 1h No. M. "! WILLOW HUOVK. i Hear Hi Perkins Wedn-Hday j f;3TC E TO F.uH KILL W.IXU Get Health- VVisc XI I'm Dibble of Ovid, is on t lie Johannes & Sons are certainly fcck t, i)4 W0(,k doing things. Mr. hp'1 ?lff . J Ik V-rU-r an- t- n,t i i.itiwi t fi i-lr.ic tiie lenity of rtm. H ,t Dr. O. A. Delamater in home A,H! Tourtillott Monday. tanu. of the south m1. from St. Iuis for a short time. . p'rHnJ pavia of Prairie City, ; Wm. Yousird, of th" wat-r I m i ....... in il.nl. : i:..i. ii.n ...,.!.... j work station, six-nt the daY in V IUUIH' M fit 1 1 1 I .l.r lit ! j nilD 111 Hll II 11J1I j city Tuesday shaking hand- with A. J Wortman of Cornland, U'" h' Jrday. was In Rich Hill Monday. ' Mrs. C. 1L R'-ed, on east Park JohnFossctt wont to Kansas .avc , 5s very low and cannot r DRINK 8 Z o s NUTRITO A FOOD DRINK has all the ik'!unot o O g That O flavor of the finest coffee with- 6 o o g out nn.r of Its Injurious after...

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. — 4 May 1905

GIANT TASK IN RAILROAD BUILDING Two Cnrloixds of Powder In a Single Blnst-$250,. 000 Fald for On Mile of Track 2.629 Men Employed on t Piece of Track Being Built for the Wabash System. Cumberland. Md.. May t. mil! Ixxitc out! If goln off!" tu he wild crjr heard a few dart ago In Paw rw, email mountain encircled West Virginia town, on the new Una of the Wabash, twenty mill' runt of Cumberland, when the ringing of ell and blowing of whistle! gave Ihe warning; that In a few minute the ballon would to pressed that would explode 8.O00 pound of giant r-vder In the rooky mountain aide rtlctly opposite and close to the town. For three days the people of rw Paw had watched men carrying can after can of powder Into the tunnels dug Into the face of rocka. As the number of rana disappearing In the mountain aide Increased the alarm of the people grew, and some In terror left the town, while those remaining filled their ej-i with cotton and wait frd for they knew not what. At last, when 3?5 cans ...

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. — 4 May 1905

TnOMAS A. FMFON, till! illVI-tlt'T. tn map I'HH out tlic in -lems if ilie Itilun, give first pUea- Ut ttir lut-emity hrrt Infraa. with hralth or dwrvtM with Illrtr or mal nutrition. Tlia ht tmiio for tncnMisnng ttm itl Moml cor txiK'Ira ami biiiMing up liealtliT tiMim it tin doiibl IiiwWif J'leref'i l )rra Miilu-al I iwoovprr. 'Hit miliums has Iwivn on tii market for over UiirJ uf wntury and numbers lis cures t jr Use UiouMUid. A Irmlo mih op lareWof alr-oliol will uliritik ttm corpum-li-a of the 11xm nt dink llipm wrfikrr for raaiatanof. A oxl liver oil ni sites Ui" sUtiiRr-h groan Immm it ia irri tating. What ta omhIix! ill an alterative- ritraet nine of roots and herbs, without the use of alcohol, thai will assist tli inotfiarh in as similating or taking op from Out foofl sueii element a ars minimi for tli til'Mxi, alwi an alterative that will assist Un aetivity of the liver and rails it to throw off the xiaoris ( tviiting Uw Imrtena atiirh rvi n ' in in. i,Io.hI VI,m ,..- a-..n....

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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