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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 December 1905

mm By order of Chicago Brokerage Co., Reehan & Abraham's $20,000 Stock of High Grade Merchandise to be slaughtered in 9 days COMMENCING THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, CLOSING SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23. Remember the place and date. Remember the Chicago Brokerage Co., incorporated under the laws of Illinois, sellers of High Grade Stocks for spot cash. When a merchant is compelled to turn his stock into cash in a short time he calls on us to come to his rescue. We are known from ocan to ocean a the Twentieth Century's Greatest Bargain Civers and we never halt nor hesitate, but put on prices that must move the stuff and do it quick. Below we quote you a few of our many values that meets the demands of the present day in emergency, and remember we will back every assertion in this document with our reputation. READ! READ! READ! Prices never heard of on a High Grade of Merchandise like this. Dry Goods Department Jackets for everybody at your own price. Challies and Dimities worth r 12c ter yard, ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 December 1905

Uto CfflOT !' CliAPLES Copyright, 1!0;, by CHAPTER XIV. The Attempt to Assassinate Golden. When tlie party camped for the Sight, Img separated from Golden and asade himself UHOfuI helping the worn n folks prepare supper. Pondering on, the events of the eight before, and on the conversation that he had had with Golden, Lang came to the conclusion, which was the fust one, that Oolden had a reason for quizzing him, heynnd the mere fact of desiring to enlighten him about the Convict City. Oolden had been recalled to the eity; this might mean much or little, ft might mean that the old man's la sors had been appreciated and that me was to be finally rewarded; or It flight mean that something was trans piring among the people which made lis presence necessary; or It might that he was to be pantshed for iobo miscarriage of their plans. The fcr of the latter made Golden 111 at ase. Tho night was slowly drawing to n tloee. Quiet reigned. Tho last em ers of the camp fires were dying out. Che w...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 December 1905

X HEAD THROA BLADDER LUNGS FEMALE AORGAHSl STOMACH Colonel Arthur I Hamilton, Of the 7tu Ohio Volunteers, Sty Goodale stroet, Columbus, O.', writes: "AS a remouy tor ca tarrh and stomach trouble I can fully reoorainend l'eruna." Mr. Hamilton, wife of the ?;auant uoionol, 1" a wuuui rloud of l'erun also. Cut Your Work in Two Atkins Siws cut not only wood, iron and other materiali better than any other, but they cut work. lno&i. That is because they fwwh 'e iiade of the best steel 'J&tl&rj he world by men that know how. Atklne Sawa, Corn Kfllvea, Ptrftrllen Ploar cnpn, etc , ara Mid br all foo4 tirliin ilealere. Catalogue oa repeat. E. C. ATKINS . CO. Inc. LeitM Saw Manufacturer! l ike Walls Factory snd Esecutlee Offices, Indlenapells DnaHCHee-New York, Chkifo, Mlnarapelle Portland (Orrgon), Crania, tan PrancUco Mcaipbie, AlJanta and Toronto (Canada) Accept no aubstltute Intlit on the Atkins Brsnd I MXD BY GOOD DEALLHS EVtJRYttHEftt' t $1,000 ToBeGivcnfor Reliable Informat...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 7 December 1905

I r s YOU can't change the past but you can have a groat influence on the future. NOW IS YOUR TIME. Hundreds of people all over the land have put oil a good investment, only to see their mistake in the future. 12 lots in Schumer Springs town-site were bought bv prudent investors and good business men of Jackson, during the past few davs. These lots are going to be sold during the next few weeks. Budding is now in progress on the town-site. For further information see FRED HARTLE OR V1NYARD & WILSON. JACKSON, MO. No Secret About It. It is no secret, that for Cuts, Hurns, Ulcers, Fever Sores, More Kyes, Boils, etc., nothing1 in so effective as Bucklen's Arnica Halve. "It didn't take long to cure a bad sore I had, and it is all O. K. for sore eyes," writes D. L. Gregory of Hope, Tex. 2.rc at DR. S. 10. WOOD'S drug store. The seabon of indigestion is up on us. Kodol Dypepsia Curt for Indigestion and Dyspepsia will do everything for the stomach that an over-loaded or over-worked stom...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 December 1905

Time Jackson IMIeosald. VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DKCVM UVAl 14, lHO.V NO. Lap Robes and Horse Blankets a fine assortment. Come at once. D. KLEIN. LOCALS 'Wheat 83c to-day. 4. C. Buerkle is building a new' ho line at Illmo, Mo. Col. H. II. M. Williams is on the sick list this week. Do you like good harness, if so call at Wolters and see styles and priwes. Nice Watches, Kings, Bracelets, Chains, etc., at Hasslinger's Jewelry Store. Guy Armstrong of Neely's Landing was in town Sunday. Wanted 500 bushels of pota toes at G. Mihenberger A Co., Jackson, Mo. Attend the Bazaar to-day and to-ra orrow at the J. M. A. hall. For Solid Gold Jewelry and Jewelry that will wear, buy of Jeweler Hasslinger. Did we hear you say home made candy? Get it at Sibley's the best on earth. C. 1 Mathews of the Cape passed through Jackson Monday.; A new K-.ipply f school station - ' ry, such as tablets, pencils, etc.j at U . A. Trkkey's drug store. J.isie (iladish, who has been ; wick for some time,...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 December 1905

('JrS?t ' fegg . -cjsrril f lit I - W Wf Millinery in New York. The popularity to lie expected fur huts of the felts, fur drossy v,v:ir, front what was discovered In invest Iga tior.s of the new millinery of a month ngo. Is being Verified in their accept ance among our most sagacious mil- n n ml In their willing adoption ' y well-advised, fashionable ladies. They will be extensively worn, espe cially those of tho softer qualities of he plain mnterinl. Miioir velvet seems ..(,!: to he the eholee in the millinery textile materials for the obji i live cre ation of the rlrhrst of the autumn and winter hats; while cold nnd silver tts n1"? hive been employed latterly ns c. -iibitiing fabrics, nnd some of the mo-t elegant nnd attractive of the rc-iii'ly produced models nre roll United objectively of feather-faced r'liitli small ii ill feathers also being J.lui over naked frames as covering. Velvet ribbons, and hemmed piece Vi '.vet cut biay, vary the limp taffeta nn! soft satin ribbons In ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 December 1905

THE DISCOVERER Of Lydia E. PInkham's Vegetable Compound, the Great Woman's Remedy for Woman's Ills. ' No other fcmnle medicine in the world lias received such widespread and unqtinUflod cndnrsrinent. No other medicine ha such record of cures of female troubles or such hosts of grateful friends as has j Lydla E. PInkham's Vegetable Compound. ' It will entirely cure the worst forms of Female Complaints, all Ovarian Troubles, Inlliimmntion and Ulceration. Falling Bud Dikplacemrnt of the Voiiih, and consequent Kpiual Weukness, and is peculiarly adapted to the vuuufru HI 1,1 1U. It lias cured more concs of Backache and Leneorrhrra than any other rem edy the world hits ever known. It is almost infallible in such cases. It dissolves aud expels tumors from the L' torus in an early stage of de velopment. Irregular. Suppressed or Tainful Menstruation, Weakness of the Stomach, Indigestion, Bloating, Flooding-, Nervous Prostration, Headache. General Iiebil tty iuickl.v yield to it. Womb trouble...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 December 1905

Jackson Hkuald. HMTBLICAN IN I'OLITU. n. F. LL'SK. . 1'1'BUHitr.u fintrric lit llii1 pntnft1i'e i .ln'KM'n. Mo. iMiKt-i'iHM nutter Ni.rmtnr 1. Tcrnix f.T die IIkiiai.d .ire us fol F.r ..ne y.ir Six in nt li T lirce in nt li t Mm ..'in . '. i Ki-Mi' At'v Kii ikino U 1 1 : i r Inn1 i in'li i iistTt i 1. I' C.ml i r yeiir. l' : I 11 1 '. - il r,iti'. I . i till! ! k:i"Wii i.ii : i-lI t i I.miiN in' ni'i -Mullili A m 'ti--,iil 1 : 1 1 - I.. I Tur. Suite Republican commii- tee in preparing fr the omirinir i campaign. Vk.knon covnty will vuto on a proposition to build a new !S7o, 000 on Jan. 11, liKKi. .Il'lxiK J. I. Fort of Blnomfield is a candidate for Judge of the St. Louis Court of Appeals to fill the position made vacant by Judge Charles C. Bland. The county court of this county should make no mistake in pur chasing additional grounds for the new court house. This is an opportunity of a lifetime. Sam n. Cook, ex-secretary of state, gets verdict against the T.lobe-Democrat for 150,000...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 December 1905

G. C. HASSLINGER CAN SHOW YOU A NICE LINE OF r OFF 15 OFF ;hvihu!,,r.',u!".,:n: Furniture Stoves From December 14 to December 31, 1905 fj SGHMUKE & BARTELS, 1 & JACKSON, MP. 3 riuuiiiiiiiiaiiiiUiauuuiUimiuuuiiUiaiaiiiiiiiaiiiiaiiii Liberty to the housewife are used no drudgery in cring for the Are or the removal of ashes from living-rooms as with stoves or grates. There is slso freedom from the destructiveness and dirt of ashes and soot. HEALTHFUL, CLEANLY, CONVENIENT, SAFE AND ECONOMICAL IN FUEL IDEAL BHIot in4 AMERICAN RMutart A. JAEGER TTTTTT.TTT?1TmnmTTmTrTTTTTra Christmas Week Specials. BLANKETS Out lot .") Cotton Blankvts irf worth title ;o at 43C CALICO KlMM-liinl Culi.-o worth rr 7i- at 3t HOSE MisSt's' FltMM'f Kil.W Host', sizes 5 to !), per pair CLAOKS A few short Cloaks a I i 1 1 1- out of styK at prices away lx-low nst. COFFEE (oh1 (lautt'inala Coffn' worth ir 20c, goes ait I3L SHIRTS Wool Flaniu-l Overshirts worth str $1.00 go at OUl ENAMEL WAE-m-Lrallm Royal st...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 December 1905

(Dk 3acl.sen Ijcrafo. 11. V. I.isk, Publisher. JACKSON" MISSOt'Kl. The Tirana iu1;p c yrll must thanX bis stars that ho was exiled when be Wks. A woman seldom makes a fool out of n man; site usually acts us nature' assistant. All's quiet In Kkaterinoslav 'ho flare with the name that sounds like a roll of musketry. If they shoot too well for the world to know about It, t'nole Sam's tars must be shooting some. Admiral Toco can't be so much of a hero, after nil. He hands over every cent of his salary to his wife. The consumption of Scotch whisky Is "steadily declining." Po It was really a fad and not a preference. "Where," asks a Nashville paper, "are the strong men?" A pood many of them are playing center just now. When a bank falls. It Is only an other case where the examiners fail ed to examine or the directors to di rect. The man who makes two laughs prow where two sour fares prew be fore deserves to be made a multimil lionaire. A Philadelphia woman had her hus band arrested for be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 December 1905

fc cmm y?r CHARLES MORRIS BUTLER- faffor of "'?? A'inviirr c ftvrvf W 7onenotrf o(y"sflribt mJ7c, Copyright, 1903, by Chiirlcn Morris HutU-r. CHAPTER XV. Lng Rescues a "Hunted Man." Tho emigrants crossed tho borders Into tU "Convict Country" early In ho morn I iik. At about noon they Jhmo upon what at first Blunt looked Mko en old tlmo palisaded farm house and barn, surrounded by a high fence of logs driven Into the. ground. The fcouae was formed of lops, two stories high, and fitted with shutters of un hewn oa.:. which could bo drawn over Iho windows when necessary. The whole building was protected from view by a magnificent growth of largo trees and an artificial curtain of vines growing on frames which trained them to run from limb to limb of the trees. Golden tnld l.nng that this was one of many rut posts which formed the defense of the city In the Interior. It wns defended by three malo and three femalo residents and six import ed Siberian bloodhounds a formid able company. Tho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 December 1905

mm? PERMANENTLY CURES CONSUMPTION, COUOHS. COLDS, BlfOMOMtTI asthma, some throat, HOAmsmNsss WHOOPING OOUQM AND CHOUf . DO NOT DELAY . Until the drain en your ayttam produce permanent dit ability. Tha human i breathing machinery ia wonderful eystem of tubea and ealla. To bar rood haalth it mutt ba kapt in good erdar. A COLD ia considered of no Impor Unca, yat If it wae known by It'a proper nama of "throat Inflammation," or "confeatlon of tha lungs," ite dangerous eharactar would ba appre I ciatad. Whan a eold makaa its appearance uta at onca Bellart'e Hera I kaaad Syrap which will apaadily ovarcoma it WMOOPINO COUOH and CROUP Require Prompt Action. INOW LINIMENT appliad to tha throat and cheat aire wondarful relief, while Ballard's Horehound Syrup will rapidly atop tha violent paroxreme of coughing. IT IS THE ONLY COUOH REMEDY THAT WILL POSITIVELY CURE WHOOPINO COUOH AND CROUP. BEST FOR CHILDREN Mr Maud Aim: Ooldthwaltt.Tax., writ: ''I bare awd Ballardf Hurehouad Syrup ai Bod It h. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 14 December 1905

SUPPLEMENT TO THE JACKSON HERALD. VOL. IX. JACKSON, MO., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1905. NO. 5. J. A. Saddler and wife are in St. Louis this week. Leon Clippard visited in Bol linger county last week. Lap robes at Klein's. Oottfried Kies' new residence in East Jackson is nearing com pletion. Hon. J. M. Seibert of St. Loois made Jackson a few days visit last week. I. Ben Miller's fine homemade candies at Woods' drugstore. Julius Nothdurft of Whitewater made our office a pleasant call last Friday. Dr. J. .L. Jenkins and family ate turkey with Mrs. Laura Can non last Sunday. Lots in Garvin are selling rap idly. Be quick if you want a lot in that fast growing town. T. A. Bowman of Frederick town has Bold the Tribune. It will be turned into a Republican paper. Josie Harenberg, who has been going to school in Germany for the past year, returned home last week. Get vour fresh homemade candy at Sibley's restaurant Sold by DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Tk $1 00 bottle coruin 2 ttmestha tr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 December 1905

TFlHIE VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1905. .NO. 0 Lap Robes and Horse Blanketsa fine assortment. Come at once. D. KLEIN. V LOCALS 3 Gl JUUL8JLH. IX1A AJIJUUU AAUUU JU Wheat 83o to-day. W. B. Crites of the Cape was ' in Jackson last week. Wanted 500 bushels of pota toes at Q. Miltenberger A Co., Jackson, Mo. Buy lota in the future great ity of Schumer Springs. Did we hear you say home made candy? Get it at Sibley's - the best on earth. Perry county people are greatly anthused over Schumer Springs. It will pay you to bring your lurkeya to U. Miltenberger (Jo., -Jackson, Mo. Capt August Bierwirth of th'e -Cape was in Jackson last Friday. : P. H. Welteoke ia. doing ser vice in the county collector's office. Remember the bale at Morgan Raruaey'a. All hats to be sold at cost. Frank Bert Fulenwider and wife are visiting the family of B. M. Morgan. A. J. St o von s and daughters, Ruth and Snowdy, were visiting in Jackson last Sunday. A new supply of school station ery, ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 December 1905

li. V. l.rnN. Pulilislioi l.U K SUN. .MlSSOlKI 'The roller-skating fid Is clUiJnsJn again. Will It nl.io bring BTTCk tfii bustle? a t 1 Japan Is t'njnyliiigllu! - fart thnt "peace halh her Victories" much more than Hussla is. Tp to date. the Audubon sorlety hasn't taken nny bH s for the protec tion of Die tury. 4 ' King F.dwnrd's birthday cake, with tho sixty-four blazing candles on It, must have been-n. Right. Automobile riding, according to trio doctors, is gflhil for digestion. Wictf taken, toboAvcll Vrmki.m'? ' ' 1 ' Jl f . , - Chlcnco Is paid to contain 18.000 deserted wives. Somebody'twlti .have to start, ,niiilif- cooking-school.. ,,,, : r. ; rl . Norway ' hiay ' recall thnt the 'first king to reign over the children of Israel, nlso w as chosen by tho people! : With call money nt 20 ejn.it ht.ir York stork exchange, denr old Vncle Ru we sscll Sng,e Juust bo doing tolerably 1 i Kven though Henry I nbonrnere ap proves the corset, no one will aoCnib him of wearing one. Ho is any...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 December 1905

Sebastopol Chief Russian Seaport,; Where Recent Revolt Was Crushed 1 Pretty Crochet Work. To those clever with a crochet needle It may ho Interesting to know that one of tho handsomest bedspreads shown at a recent exhibition of art needlework was entirely fashioned from scraps of colored linen Joined with crochet work In a most simple design. Tho linen cut Into octagon Shaped places showed every variety of color and shade, though nono was either white or black. TheBO wero neatly hemmed all around, and then each one was embroidered In a single largo flower worked with whlto flat thread. Squares of whlto cotton crochet connected the linen pieces, and, of course, measured exactly tho size Square of one of the eight sides of the octagonal plepen. One will set In with the other. When complete the, spread was edged with handsome deep crochet .lace," and no more offectlvo piece of work was to be Been.: Simple.. and Charming. This Is a lovely hat, which depends entirely for Its chic look up...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 December 1905

Jackson Herald. KKrVBMCAN IM POLITICS. ft. P. LUSK l'UBU8IIH Kntorrt at h pnatnffl) m JamiMin, Mo. aarond-ela. muttor Nnvrmbvr 4. INT. Term for the IIkuald are asfol 1 ni: For ono vo:ir dit nvintlis !',, IhrtM- numtlix 3,1 om ... . 14 14.' Aivkki'i-hni Hatkr: I.oi'iiN pnr lilir rm'll jumTti'iti. l'rotVsstiinill inl per yi'iir. LimI Ad virt Wc lii"tils -li'ciil ratcH. liK)!ny.id nitc Rimti' known on application. f ACKSON, MO.. IKC. 21. do.-.. Tiik Hkrai.h editor wishes all his readers a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Web Davis has come back to the Republican party. He likes Theodore Roosevelt's policy. Congressman Tyndall has in troduced a bill in the U. S. house of representatives for an appro priation of 8150,000 to build a district court house at Cap Gi rardeau. The county court spent Tues day and Wednesday of this week looking over plans and specifications for the new court house, but up to the time we go to press no selection has been made. Lkt us say for the benefit of t...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 December 1905

B & & OFF 15- OFF i !:hSo;.ml:n: Furniture utmi Stoves B From December 14 to December 31, 1905 j I SCHBUKE & BETELS, I r J&CXSOK,M3. riaiiiiiiiiuiuaiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiuuuiiiUiiuiiiiiauiiUiiuiiiiUK No Sudden Tem perature Drops fltaUJJ r jy n smaH hours of the A2 night where Hot -Water ' System is used. The large body of water in JrVr-i the system continues to evenly dis- i t tribute Its heat for hours even should I LJ the fire have gone out. Baby U soft from crouo I J t CtwarMly ti8Al. Boltm and AULBKICAN KaAMiar 1 Christmas Week Specials. BLANKETS One lot 30 Cotton Blanket ir. worth oik; go at tOw CALICO KlMlinol Calico worth r- 7,c. at HOSE Misses' Fleece KibU'd Homo, ms q- ii to 9J, per pair CLOUS A few short Cloaks a little out of ntyle at pricey away below cost. COFFEE Hood Gautomala Coffee worth ir- 2Uo, goes at SHIRTS Wool Flannel Overshirtw worth nr $1.00 gt at..-.. . .' OUt ENADEL ITIIE one-gallon Royal Steel- r-f gray Enamel Wain worth 30c at Jt 17-quart Gray E...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 December 1905

TISkp (Iff QW! r OIAPU3 NORM'S DUTLCFi. y7tsf0- of "fie Avwvr JSfvr.' 'Ximvftvr ZfopetfyZffirfafjpa, Cnp riKltt 1SIO0, by timrlo:: Morris Hullir. CHAPTER XVI. Lang Enters the City. The order lo his (logs to spring upon I.nng and Wilson were tlio last words spoken by Paradise Pete, the brutal keeper. Wilson shot him through the heart before giving IiIb attention to the doss. Kor n monu-nt then was n terrible lime. Hoth Wil son and I.arg fired point blank Into tho savage beasts' faces and with deadly effect, for It did not become a tussle flesh against flesh, but one only of bullets. Whon Golden arrived upon the eecno with the torch and lit up the surroundings he was surprised to find the battle ended. Paradise l'cte and his six man-killers, who on more than one occasion had been instrumental In tearing limb from limb the quivering flesh of escaping prisoners, lay dead upon the ground and standing bacu to back stood I.nng and Wilson un harmed, yet vigilant. "This is a bad business!" s...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 December 1905

JOYS OF MATERHITY t womrs best - hopes ' bejuizeb Mrs. Potts Tells Bow Women Should Prepare for Motherhood """ . The darkest days of huBbnnd and wife are wht-n they como to lock for ward to childless and lonely old ago. Many a wife has found herself inca pable of motherhood owlnp; to a dis placement of the womb or lack of strength in the generative organs. Mrs. Anna Potts Frequent backache' and distressing pains, accompanied by offensive dis charges and p lerally by Irregular and scanty menstruation indicate a dis placement or nerve defeneration of the womb and surrounding organs. The question that 'troubles women Is how can a woman who has 'some fe male trouble bear healthy children? Mrs. Anna I'ottK, of 510 Turk Avenue, Hot Springs, Ark., writes: My Pear Mrs. Plnkham: . ' LMirlng the early part of my married life I was delicate. In bnalla : bnfh my htiahand and I were very nntiou for a cliild to bless our home, but I bad twotiiiernrrlagea, arid could' not carry a child to maturity...

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