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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 29 June 1905

The Tribune. OKO. I". HttKRBV, KASMK K. WVCKK11T. E4llaraa lnbllahr. One Yar Si Moml'V-........, kMrlptlonltaltiii ..!. I ThrMntt F.nfil cconiln to Ifct ct l t Kev. Gen. A- Glens will suc ceed Kev. K. T. Milno iiv tho wrk of tho Children's Home So ciety of Missouri in this district. Kev. Milnos pies' to southoast M issouri. At tho St. Louis World's Fair thirty-four awards were made to child helping insti tutions and societies, and among them one grand prize to "The Missouri Children's Home Soci ety." as being one of the best for thorough, organization, economy of work, and certainty of success in accomplishing its object. should reach. Our ships now scarcely get out of sight of one coaling Mat ions before they nee the. American Hag floating over another. Grant was wiser in his day than all the politicians who sat in our halls of legislation and over ruled his suggestions. I'AHTY CUSTOM. Circuit Judge Denton is put-! ting in some good licks saving expenses for the tax payers of the c...

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. — 29 June 1905

Millinery at Cost! We. "have on mile now till our HATS at CX)ST. Also all our SUITKRS and WALKING SHOES at cost, Uluck, Tan imd White All our SUMMKIl DKESS GOODS nt greatly reduced prices. Don't fail to visit our store before buying jour suin mer dress, us wo have bargains tliat will surprise you. We have the 11 nest line of HOSE in the city. Give us a calL S. L MIES, BAZWR. f LOCAL BRIEFS. J City Clerk Jones jK-nt Sunday in Kansas City. A. C. Cute, of La Harpo, Kas., spent Sunday with relatives in this city. A smokehouse Monry lo 1ohii, I have a few thousand dollars to loan on easy term on farm property. II I. KOHINSON. )l ii('viiiixrii to put under your tarpolH, .V fur bljj bundle, at Tub Twiunis olllco. Dr. Slater will be in Ids office every Wednesday, Thursday, I'riday mid Saturday. Have you been to Geitfer'i to take advantage of his bitf clearing sale? If not. "you'll have to hurry," for it only lasts through this week. There is a thief or thieves op erating in the east end of ...

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. — 29 June 1905

7W Ilk f)1 A -T Ji BY MARY DEVEREUX rVtrri fULUSTJJATtOMJ BY CXN C. WILSON CHAPTER XXX. lantfe, while waiting for Baptlstln to return with Implement for making a grav, lrfl Shnplra lo look after th prisoner, and drew Dnrbe aside In or dor to question here more dourly. He was, after hearing what she had lo say, convinced that ahe was not mistaken In her statement, althonch .there wore no papers nothing In the way of further Identification found upon the dead man. Barbe acquiesced readily In I.afitte'a decision that Row de Cazeneau should never be told the truth. Great was the disgust of Shaplra and the two men mho returned with Baptistine when they found that It was Lafitte'g wish to bury the Eng 1 f-t.tr an. as well as Zeney. Even Bap tiMine's Mack brows went up in a sur prised disapproval which he wisely refrained from putting Into words. The dead were foon laid !n the hastily prepared graves; the earth was shoveled over them, and some pieces of fallen trees placed above, to gnard ...

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. — 29 June 1905

tL!L . - ISS GENEVIVE BAY. Miss Oenerire May. 1317 8. Meridian Ft., Indianapolis. 1dL, Member N-oond High School Alumni A&a'n, wriU: 'I'vrvna In the tlnent nguUtor of J disordered uommch I hmvt ever found, ft eertmlnly deserve high prmlte, tor It i ikillfully prepared. "I waa la a terrible condition from neglected ? of catarrh of th stomach. My fl lonr ceased t 1 of any (rotid and only distressed n after eatuijr. I wa oauseated. hu heartbnrn and heailaeltes. and frit rut dowm completely, liut in two weeki after I took IVruna 1 wu a change person. A few bottles of the medi.m Uuule a (Treat change, and in thret months my stornaeh was clearei o: catarrh, and my entire system in t better condition." dieneriTe May. Write Ir. Hurt man, I'rtwident of Th Hartman Sanitarium. (olutniuis, Ohio for free tnmlicnl acivice. All mm (Kindeure held strictly confidential. IODfcRSPASilUS aiotia,u,(r. Asthma. 0 i tr-.mA W .4a. wsfTbomp$ea, Eya Witir Trullis that Sfrilie Home Totir grocer in lionetd ...

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. — 29 June 1905

I Our Clubbing Rates. We will send you the Tribune and the Toledo 131ade one year lor $1.00. We will lend you the Tribune and the Kansat City Star for $1.00. We will aend you the Tribune and the Farm and Fireside one year lor $1.00. We will send you the Tribune and (he Karnu City Weekly Jour nal one year for $1.00 We will tend you the Tribune and the Farmer and Stockman for $1.35. We will send you the Tribune . and the Woman'i Home Compan ion one year for 1.50 We will send you the Tribune and twice-a-weck Globe-Democrat one year for J 1.50. We will send you the Tribune and the St. Louii Republic one year for 1 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 I4.00. We will send you the Tribune and the Kansai City Daily Star and Times one year for $5.50. We will send you the Tribune and the Daily Globe-Democrat one year for 1 6.00. We will send yo...

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. — 6 July 1905

THIS MILL' mUBOT BIC1I HILL, MI80UUI,TIIUI18DAY, JCLYO, IJrOiJ. K. 4 W5 ' UlAa PLNSION UllhlONS lly tlifi Altnt Hrcretary of tlio lirpartinent of tlio Interior. Link ok ikty. Soldiers, while in military operations in the enemy's country, a hot cli mate, drank unboiled water, con trary to existing orders. He subsequently died of Asiatic Cholera, the cause of which is ascribed to drinking contaminat ed water. The War Department held that the death of the soldier was "not in line of duty", be cause he iolated orders in drink ing unboiled water. HrXH: x x Where u soldier, on a campaign where sterilized water may li"t bo immediately accessible, yields to a natural impulse to satisfy thirst, despite j existing orders to drink boiled water only, la- is not out of line of duty for pension purposes. His mother is. therefor. iwns'i..n- J able. ! DiVlION OK l'KNSIONS Ml : Noils. IN nsioner abandoned his j minor children in less, at which time he had a lawful wife living, whom he abandoned in 1...

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. — 6 July 1905

vbe TRIBUNE v. m "Ki::iV ir.iii.T-t mid NAN.Mi: It. ilfCKKHY rutilWhers men hill Missorm Pome mm are a hard to get along with ci balky horses. !n Japan It (a extremely bad form for a iti n to contradict her hus band. Manual: France and flcrmnny should, nota how SwhIiii and Norway settle their Utile difference-. A monument la to be erected to John Fmith. Not you, grtle reader the IVcahontas Smith. A German chemist baa Invented a kind of beer that rontalna no alcohol. Hut why should be rail It beer? War Is a serious mat tor and Dot a picnic, as you rninht imagine from the way some European nations behave. Now that the automobile has been Invented the next thing is to have it taned and made the servant of man. The Italian sinner who mlstooV ni trate of silver for water must have been in the habit of taking bis drinks olid. There Is In New York a policeman who has made t?50,000 In real estate. Evidently he was cot always asleep on bis beat. , Pr. 'Wiley baa gone into executive ression t...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rich Hill tribune. — 6 July 1905

rrrs Iotepests Fashion for th Misses. ' With the vogue of the ribbon head dress for the smaller folk the lialr ribbons r fni(l t nitch the aah rit)lon 1p every respect. The touch of color that la ao much favored this summer la beat exprened In the lltibon accessories on the gown. There are exqulHlle weaves with delicately tinted lorders. and th center display ing exquisite floral design. Others, again, have an oinber border with plain or flowered center, and the game rlbbona with either a silk or a velvet edge ahow hand painted effects that arc simply ravishing. The aagh ends re variously trimmed; botilllonne of the ume ribbon done with tiny feath er bone cordinga In either edge erv to keep the sash from curling tip at the end. Fringe are not o much In Togue aa heretofore, but tasseled end, the ribbon shirred to a point ,,,r the tael top, ar among the very laest novelties. The skirl length for the mi-" tlmy frock Is shorter In Pari than ire observe here. Over there Just bote the ank...

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. — 6 July 1905

Tribune. (ltd, V, ll:m'KT, NAN NIK R. NKRI.nl. Kitltorinal Fvbllahars. abunrlptloBKittsii Qnr Vs. hi n Month ...... l.OO SO TW. Moi.'h. Singl Lop Jifitrtril rror.llrs a lt t ol .'pKt ! iht p.M o(Tk Rtch Hill, tewed ill mnw . Suite treasurer Gmclich says llie .ic of Missouri lrin business July it with fi.iit.Soi in her ttensury. We havn't heard any republican heieabouts, nor seen anything :n any of our republican exchanges,! indicating any objection to the re tiiement of Faul Morton from the president's cabinet, or to the ap pointment of Charles Bonaparte as hu successor. The first hall of the year 1905, according to secretary of state Swanger shows $10,351,000 in vested in financial institutions in Missouri since January 1st. Sixty six bank and six trust companies have been incorporated, besides three private banks liscensed to do business. tJovcrnor Folk. Wo ilon't cure what. Governor Folk does to St. !uis, Kansas City or St, Joseph, politically spoaKing(Tbeo tlireocities lo t raye...

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. — 6 July 1905

Millinery at Cost! We have on sale now nil our HATS at COST. Also nil our KMPPKKS and WAUvINO K1IOKS lit .st, J!!a l, Tiin nnl While. All our SPMMKK DKESS COODS at ureatly reduced prieos, ln't fail to visit our store before buying yonr sum mer d ress, its we have bargains that will surprise you. Wo have the finest line of 1KJSK ' in the city. Give us a tall. S. L AMES, BXZAXR. LOCAL liUIKFS. J The Kich 1 1 ill race wdl be l.ciJ July II, 12, 13 and 14. CI iff Thompsom of Se-.lalia, spent the 4(11 in Kich Hill with for mer friends. A new feature of the Fair will Le a lii.il of speed I it ween Hates county hoiM'i. Mi-s Msxie I til left Julv 4th for aa outing ttip to Denver and other p jints in Colorado. Vitgil Thompson and family of D.oifoith. Mo., spent the 4th. with relative and friends in this city. lien Mooie and family of Iiutler spent the day in this city the 4th. visiting friends and seeing the sights Jcthro Kimbrough fiom Cfmnuic, Kan., visited the family of M. A. Kiinbrough an...

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. — 6 July 1905

iTfi:' i A Torn 114 1 BY fciAllY HEVEREUX WTM ILLUSTTATTON3 OT OCM C. WILSON : j CHAPTER XXXI. . Ilcr In Ihe day, Madame Rlefet. ho had been attacked, by a nervous headache, was lyltia; ltn In one of the bedrooms on the lower floor, and l-iszalle sat reading aloud to her, the Fpanlah Rlrl's rlrh volo twin the only no 11 11 J () break the stillness of (he cabin, where In the open doorway Rose le Caoneiia sat listlessly her rhln In her palms, and her eye stray Ins to the primitive otjt-of door world round her. So wrapped vraa she In dream let to know that Lafitte bad coroe from Sclpto's domain, and through the room bark of her, until, standing above her, he asked gently, and with a smile, "Are you performing guard duty, little Rose Must I give the countersign before I can pass out?" A vivid Curb mantled her cheek as she sprang up and turned to face Mm. "I am worry if I startled' you." be said, coming outside; and taking off tls broad-brimmed hat he pushed the curlins; locks from his f...

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. — 6 July 1905

THElOra.TBIAL HEADACHE. DIZZINER1, EEAEIXCr DOWa FAIL'S, A Vomaii TIU ll w Mi II rto-Mf TCcll ana Mron Ner Iran i.f Mtwrf Ims lo Irregular t anrtlons. TVi fn'l t lint iii0 wimmn 1 Irrlclifc. t-ywl, nwy-fliolK!, strong bihI c-hwifnl, Wlilla mint In r la !nV, wtmk anil ln !timm1, in dtifl ui'irw iiflni I halt oilier- im to ths r Riilui it j )u Ilin iiiia can) aii'l the Irr-(rrilurHT In th oilier i( tilt functions ttmt ara Jwvulmr to tli aoj. M'bi'O tlioao tin (lifluilHI KTerTtbing pirt miij; jmiii and iliarMinifort era fi t all over tlie body; the aeusatiotis ar (iflcn terrifying. " For fi-wr yin." anH Mm. Pnvln rc-rr-ntly, "I n flVrwl luilwritmble miwry from sirk hlarha very tiinnth, ac companied ,y fumting uphill, lmrtns of breath mid srver jmin in my left side. There wrrf alno ltariug-down in, at time so arnte that I could not stand op, and hit htvl was fall of riupitig sounds, lt normcd aa if erfrj-thing rs K"i"K to hit me in the rye. I ra roma?ll-d to lie down with closed eyr for...

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. — 6 July 1905

Our Glutting Rates. We will send you ti e Tribune and the Toledo Blade one yenr lor $1,00. We will nerul you the Tribune and the Kansai City Star lor $1.00. Wc will send you the Tribune and the Farm and Fireside one yenr tor $1,00. Wc wilt send you the Tribune and ihe K a main City Weekly Jour nal one year for $1.00 We will lend you the Tribune and the Farmer and Stockman for $1.35. . . We will tend you the Tribune and the Woman Home Compan ion one year for $ 1.50 We will send you the Tribune and twice-a-week Globe-Democrat one year for f 1.50. We will send you the Tribune and the St. Louis Republic one yttar for t. 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 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 fG.oo. 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. — 13 July 1905

FalCH J.L JiJiio J. volumi: in UICII HILL, MIS80UU1.TIIU1UOAT, Jt'LY 13,190.5. Tllli NEW SHORT LINE Louisville & Nashville Railroad Jr'KOM Cincinnati nnd Louisville TO KN0XV1LLE Two Trains Daily from each city Through Cache-, HuiTct Par lor Cars and l'ulhnan Slcepings Cars Tor Folders, Maps or other in" formation address c. l. stonj; On'i pass, a Kt. Ijouisvi'le, Ky. WC CHARGE NO TEE Cfcllt THE C4&E It U.OtO r 1 - 1 vi ii - i TRADE-HARES. UC 5bw rw-S S-'tk a4 dncristiH a! Ii-1ioi Ur FREE OPINION I f!t-,tfciil. Cim.4-.ca caaSaami', CiUt)iith4 iew. Braaches at Ck ct, Clmln, DttraX. MiLO B. STEVENS & CO. UTH STRICT, WASHINGTON, D. C 'lour la tltc Hooky Mountain Tn Denver Rio Grande of fer to tho tourist and the trans' ri'iit "rental t ruveVr the c.ho'nv-st resort and t grandest si nji-ry ill Ci-l'T.ol.i, I'lahiU'd New Mex ico. Tie ro'.;t ha two separate icid il;-!;int lint's through the Rocky mountains, all through ti-U ts t. ::;ii!,il,!e i.l eithi ! Tli-tlii-'ft hni' to Cr...

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. — 13 July 1905

T5hv TRIBUNE CKl). I". HUCKEHY ( Editors fin.1 naxxie n. iircKi:nv ( puidishc-rs RICH HII.u - MISSOURI Last y.-iir's xorn shorter. hullilng suit are bring They shrunk. Yon cannot always tfll what a man means by quoting the bad thing he fty. Twelve adult Now Yorker lunched on on hardholied eg?. Miracle? No. Ostrich. The sweet girl graduate will con tinue to be tweet fur three or four years, at least. A new 120 hill la going to be rut into circulation and lota of people will never know the difference. We often wonder tf those o.. philos opher had any business other than that of thinking for a living. They must be still a little shy on statesmen in Spain, since they have to put Gen. Ycylcr Into a cabinet Job. , It Is charged against the seventeen year locust that It sometimes Rets Ita dutea mixed and comes out ahead of time. There Is no slacker.tng of the en ergy with which the. rockiest chauf feur contributes to the mortality sta tistics. In addition to its other objectionable qualiti...

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. — 13 July 1905

PROSECUTE KELLY THE GOVERNOR AND ADVISERS WILL BRING ACTION. LAWYERS DO NOT AGREE Tha Treasurer' Lawyer Tell Him That lha Stat Cannot Win Ita Caa. TOPEKA, KAN. C.overnor Ilorh and his political adviser decided to begin anion In the rourta against the tale treasurer, T. T. Kelly. The) at torney who were employed by the governor to assist the attorney general had a conference and went over the ntatute tn the stale library Monday and derided what kind of tin action to bring. Those In the conference were A. W. Benson of Ottawa, Samuel T. Howe of Topeka and Ansel and Clarke of Sterling, member of the advisory board appointed to assist the governor In the examination of the treasury, and W. R. Stubbs, J. N. Dolly. C. C. Coleman, attorney general, F. L. Wil liam, hi law partner, and J. W. deed. The latter was at'.orcey for Kelly In the mate oil refinery cult. The governor ha arranged for J. W. deed and F. I. Williams to asflst the attorney general' anj the lawyer on the advisory board In p...

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. — 13 July 1905

The Tribune. ilt.O. f. IIICKEIIT, NAN .NIK II. (UCKr.flV. KitltorahiKI Pobtlnhart, abrlrUonKttl tint Vrm Sm Mnnili .. ...l.P .. t ....0J Slnirl Copies .. FlUONlt c .tfilinn tJ th Kl of t'DRfniulK ll pos.1 ok t Rli H Hill, Hmfid tliu milt maiM N lino will object ti Klihu Hoot for So rcUr.y of State. Ho will prove ii worthy successor to John H.iy. Wo. liavo boon complimented by T. Carrington, State Sup erintendent of Public Schools, with a copy of the compulsory school law passed by the last leg islature which went into effect Juno Ifith. It is believed that the enforcement of this law will increase the attendance at our public schools about '20 per cent. The commercial failures in the United States during the first half of 190: numbered 0.210 and in value amounted to $rr,001,wr which is only 4 less in number, but nearly !?24,(XX(XH1 less in amount than in first half of 1903. The failures for the first half of 1!0! wei-e 0,214 and in amount $79,4XWO. It is wonderful what newspa-por-gr...

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. — 13 July 1905

''' Millinery at Cosl! have on khIo now II our HATS at ()ST. AN., nil ..ur SUITKITS and WALK I N( J SIIOICS t ciwt, Wat 1, Tan and Whit.-. All our Sl'MMKU DKKSS (KXJJJS at greatly reduced priees. 1 m 't fail to visit our store before buying your sum mer dress, as we liavi; bargain- that will surprise you. We have tin finest lino of HOSK in tin. city. Civ i us a t;i!L S. L AMES, BVZAVR. 5 LOCAL BRIEFS. Henry l'orter ami wife, of Fol som. Km., are in the city visiting home 'oiks. l)anit'l t'resap has gone west t It- .1 I . 1 . vv vomint; 10 limit anor ousiness. interests in that state. Misses Iis Tygard ami Clara j WivksM-nt Sunday with Hut-'1" ler friends. l) tn lluTton soont the fmirth in ! Kiih Hill and seemed delighted! with tin? crowd and the noise. Ir. Slater will he in his ottice every Wednesday, Thursday. Friday and Saturday. .Mrs. R. I!. Not le and children. , , , , .... . , i of Duriingtori Junction, are in the Judge (lark ix was in the? .... , . ... , .... , icitv visiting ...

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. — 13 July 1905

ft cmm csmmt as rmmmm h? wmm Copyright, 180S, by CHAPTER I. iim Denver, the Detective, and Hit Oreat Sterne. "I believe this is Louis Lang?" "It la." "Well, how are you to-dny?" "Oh, fslrly well," replied the young man addressed as I-ang. He was sit ting before a small table In one of the secluded corners of a hlph-class stalocm on Clark street, Chicago. When flint accosted, the youth looked up qnlte surprised at being spoken to, and saw a very gentlemanly-looking personage standing before him. "You certainly have the advantage of me," he replied, cautiously, eyeing his In terrogator enquiringly. "Whom have I the honor of addresring?" The gentleman smPcd. and drew up chair beside the yonth. "I am Jim Penver. lately from New York," he replied aomewhat harshly, then in an undertone he added abruptly, "who once arrested you on suspicion, of hav ing committed a murder!" It was a cruel stab, and Lang was flustered for a moment, an angry flush spreading over his face. A shud der seemed to...

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. — 13 July 1905

Four Facts For Sick Women To Considct Jm an L'neyualUJ KtcctJ cf l.urti Mr. 1'mkhiim' A Jin Conid full, f'rr, uiui j litl'ul rlnT. Tlint alimwt every operation In oil I hospital performed UKn numra becotMes uerriwary through neglect nf aueh symptom a backache. Irregular ml paintul uu-iiMrnaliuit, lcuorrtn-a, displacement of tile uterus, pain in tlii side, bunting aenxalion in the stom ach. lrariiig low u paii, nervoufeuesa, dtxaine and lecplcknr:4a. Sbcmwo. The medicine that hold the record for the largest nui'rr of absolute cures of female ills la Lydia K. l'inkliMn'a Vegetable Compound. It regulates, strengthens and cures diteanea of the female orpin ism aa nothing else can. For thirty years it ha been helping vomfB to )e strong, caring backache, crrTouUF, kidtev troubles, all uter ine and ovarian inflammation, weak crM and displacement, regulating iDfinirantinn perfectly and oitmmi. in? iU paina. It has also proved Itnelf invaluable in preparing; for childbirth and the change of ...

Publication Title: Rich Hill Tribune, The
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