||Transcription of text: All a-board for the World's Fair. Arrived safe. Exposition is more than oak-a, it is ash-tonishing, you cedar sights of your life. The Pike is fir-straight, more than a pear of peaches and the spielers don't bark like a tree. Board and (s)lumber at poplar prices, no need to pine for what you plank down. Birch-ance the last great show for many years. More fun than the beech. I wood spruce up and come. You walnut regret it. Butternut delay. Sincerely, Hickcry Hemlock. St. Louis. Oct 20, 1904. Per Papa. Lousiana Souvenir Gold Dollar. Exposition's Commemorative Legal Tender. Copyrighted by Farran Zerbe, 1904.