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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 October 1906

V The Jackson F.YSampson Secretary Pti tc nri i'i SnolPtv Cnlntnf Me l' CIRCULATION 1800. FOR ALL THE PEOPLE. ESTABLISHED 1S97 (; VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCT. lb, 1'.m. fsO. 49 1 S LOCALS a Wheat 07c to-day. Come and get your wool rolls. L. N. TORRENCE. J. L. Hinkle went to St. Louis. Monday. For bargains in Furniture see Bartels & McConibs. Aug. Sander of West Jackson has moved to the Cape. Rye, Barley, Alfalfa and Clo ver Seed at Me-Atees. We hear that we are to have another butcher shop next week. Drink Milde Brothers' soda water. Miss Annie Boyd of St. Louis is visiting Mrs. S. E. Woods of this city. Special cloak days at Hof fmeis ter & Heinberg's on Oct. 20, 27 and 2!). Parties wanting winter turf oats can get them at Me A tee's. There were three pick-pockets arrested at the Cape fair last Friday. We take produce checks in ex change for Furniture. Bartels & McCombs. O. J. Miller of St. Lmis was visiting in .Jackson and vicinity Monday. Big lino of lad...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 October 1906

A KENTUCKY WOMAN How She Gained Fifteen Pounds In Wc.nht and Became Well by Taking "Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. V,iimi ii nt ft n-1 y . or tin -ron bouts, Imve tlii tr lumi" in their own Initios. There will lc a cIiiiiil'o for llu belter or worse, f ir tin- hi Iter if the system is pun lied by fsti li n tome nslh-. Williams' Pink l'ills. Mi i. IV C. Wedding, of Hartford, Kv , writes as follows concerning tbo difli cult ics w Inch ntllieted In -r : " 1 win .--i ioiislv ill nml wns confined to my bed for mx or eiuhl months in nil, .luring two years. 1 hnil chiils, fever, rliiMimiitism. My stomach seemed nl win s too full, my knim y.s did not not freely, my liver w is inactive, in y hunt lx-nt wns very weak nml I hud iliz.inesii or swimming in my hra.l mid nervous trouble. "I wns timler tlu treatment of several different physicians lull tin y nil failed t.i iliiinc iniypmil. After suffering for two years 1 li nrnoil from nil Arkansas frii'inl nl-out the nn rits of Dr. Williams' Pink Till...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 October 1906

poouococcoooocooooooocooo ! LUMBAGO i SCIATICA sir. ' ! JACOBS OIL Penetrates to the Spot i Kiaht on the dot. J j Price 25c and 50c ! oldsmobile It took 20 years to be able to build automobiles that are rec- ognlzed as standard in quality, reliability and workmanship. Oldimobiles are known all over the world as the standard - not excelled In the qualities that make an automobile durable, satisfac tory and economical to own, A purchaser cf an C'dsmobile knows he is getting a big dollar's worth for every dollar he invests. Write us f-.r cur agsr.ey pro position in to.v-s not now under contract. OLDS MOTOR WORKS, LANSING, MICHIGAN. Drwps, (Innka. niMionn, Ptiita, etc., run lie turnip tn IcmU likr ttrw with 1'1'X KAM l'lKl.r.S J)VKS. No Miuwi. A charitable, man gives arrordlns to hlB moans and a miser gives accord ing to his meanness. I.iwi Sinftln Itindrr Mriiitiht .rc ripnr mitdn of ru'li, nirllow Inhttet-o. our (tuuliT or Lewis' Fat-lory, IVuriu, 111. When ft married woman throws a h...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 October 1906

Jackson Hkham). KKlTlll.tl N l ri.lTU. B. K. Ll'SK . Kntt-n- lit 1 1"' (wmtiiflii' at net'onil-i'lii mulli r Si lTllMyllKli ,t .ln.'Ksi'tl i.nil'. r . V, Mi). Tonus fur t lie 'own: For one year. dli mi. nt lis Throe ninni ti- IIki:ai.i an- as mi- I l.oo ..Mi Offer ReMdttm'c. 14 1 Apvkktisimi Hatkh: Locals tie per line eneli insertion. I'rotVsstunnl Card r per venr. L nil Advrrti-t-Bipnt-1. iral't .it.-ii. 1 dsplny ad rates niade known mi application. Jackson, mo . oct. i. inm. All correspondence ami adver tising matter to insure )ul)liea: tion the week it is sent must reach us not later than Tuesday eve- thought likely that there will be any serious trouble in this con nection. Yellow fever in Cuba is not the dreaded and mysterious disease that it was before the medical world understood the mechanism of mosquito trans mission. Should there be an out break the doctors now know how to handle and confine it, and there is no possibilty of a wide spread and serious epidemic. The entire R...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 October 1906

DKAWINC. 1NTEHEST nil tin-time your money In Hip sav ing hank vrrowH at sin astonishing rate. Every dollar Is like having a. nisiii working for you. And every time yon add a dollar you have another worker, l'ut your dollars to work at Tiik Pkoi'Lk'h National Hank. If you liaven't many to start, no matter. Start anyliow. It will not lie long In-fore the mimlier will grow to a very respeetahle. size. The People's National Bank, JACKSON, MO. HOMESEEKERS' ROUND TRIP RATES TO THE SOUTH fill I v r t ,1 th i'-l I ill :r-l I mi isi i n I, i f h, hi ; l h- lir-l i ii I iimiiiI I', I r tn I" ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. In I In- S..M li .. l"r V'ill "HI 1-i't-i I I ll-.i'l l! t lull i- III. . I lie . . ,-,n I.' I 'l i -li. t A I HI .1 i:i : t . nil. ... e -tnl;- j .11 Kill., i I ' t. r It," f K ' I li:,t .-Il i'Ui i I.. in :-. MISSISSIPPI INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION tl'. ,i ill I t:.l. ... I pl.iv- . I - .'I. II, .IS I l. i. I . , ii T. i : !' 1 .. n... I, I i I., : I ' Ii, M In hi I II,' I 1 1 . In. I i...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 October 1906

New York. A letter has been re ceived lit Mils cry from the capital of Finland which ihmws many sidelights on the social. iiiithal anil revolution ary conditions there limine tin1 tu multuous days of the Svoaliorg mu tiny. The letter was written by Mrs. Isalii'l Dotitior, willow of Herman Don net, tor "J years I niled States rim snl nt llolsingtors. ami addressed to liti son. Prof. II Montague Donner, (if New York. ' llelsingfors. Aug. 1 0 v;;! -There liae imleeil lieen terrible events hap pening here. The .lays of the mutiny were very unvious ones, anil the eon tintial firing hoth from Skattidden anil the various lor'tess islan Is was fear ful to hear. The street were full of Russian soldier- and Cossacks, anil many families tie. I tiom their homes. I see f list t in the account of the end inn of the mutiny in tin- American papers what i- s'.r.-l to have lieen the real determining can e is not men tioned. On one of t ie islan. Is hehl liy the III u: i . r- were two largo pow tier m...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 October 1906

The .Jackson Herald II. I'. I.I Mv, I'lllilialicr. JACKSON MISSOUKI. TOTS CALL OF THE CITY. Paint anil f ir. Ilko a tl.linr of dreams, Willi paloa and mart nml splro. Will; H e H of a mill. on hurrying feat, Willi hope mill regret ami desire The i My lit-M and It alia with a vole Thai loin la1 men's souls with fire. Ti e fields su .'li h far to the rim of the day, Ami iif.ir to the rlslior sun. Tin i all1: a between bear lilies white. As 1 ho sni.id of a cloistered nun; Tin' woidi of heaven, unit amineled and MWl'i't., Kan uiea low anil fen and fall tint w it and ever th" wind faros forth With Its licrden, the Pity's call. Ti e maid v. !. j dreams by Ut side of the trunk Tl.it Miwi from the filer." In the hill, l.'i-. nor that the lord on U p blossoming sprav' Slis mot1 to lipar h triil Tl tender tilt of an old love son;, l".,r-.he it.-hps tie tt r itin'n nrclntm tn tin' vo: i f ti e bra k and the whinner- I'll; To '7.' Tl .-y In t;t4 ler the rt"-s ip of fame. Tl.p onvi wi'h hli han...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 18 October 1906

Time Table Jackson Branch. No. fl li'iivi's .l.ii'ksoti nt . . ilS'iii. N,i. 22 " " " . . ! 2. ii. Nu. '-I ' " " . . 2. In i. No. )' arrive .lack"ti nl !M5 n. N,,. jr I I.J.i n. N.i vM " " 4 2i p. Nn. ""22 I'linin ol with train Nil nl Alli'n illo I h;it is ilm- In nn i Si. I.uiiis 1 niiiii .Milium nt ." p. in. Nn. "2 tmri't with li'.'iin No. Ml 12:'. nt A '. 1 ' i v 1 1 1 1 1i it I'niiiii'.'i u nl) Cinr.i I r. s i ' r train :tl I'liriile lor Com ami I'np! '.r MinlT. M . ( i .-, .1 1:.. j.- toll Court Directory County court meets :it .larki !! I tlic first Monday in February. ' Ma. August and November. 1 'roliatc court meets at .liie',ii Hi tlie secuiiil .Monday in February,' l-i ll.nwt no. I Vnvunilinl1 I Circuit court tnetts at .larks. n tlio Uri Mnii.l.n' in .I.'lmlMi'V. M:iv and the tliird M unlay in August", Common plea court meets at Cape Girardeau the fourth day in January, .May ami Sep tember. DIRECTORY. (ocntv iim:it.ii:v. Vrel. K. Kie .. llernliiir.l i,oi Ui'! ('. I., lir.m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 October 1906

Time Jackson BUeisal f AS.i mp-iiin .Spcrntnry Stain If -ii-mm Society Columbia n n ID ft . CIRCULATION 1800. FOR ALL THE PEOPLE. KSTAHLIMHKU 1897 VOL. IX. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCT. 2". I'.'(;. NO. AO j i55r5irooo 6Yiririr!rinrffV'irl 5 ! OCALS Wheat C7c to-dav. Ed. Dormeyer o. Sikeston was visiting in Jackson this week. Come an.l get your wool rolls. 1.. N. TORRENCE. A. M. Rice and family are vis iting relatives in Scott County. For bargains in Furniture see P.artels & McCombs. Mrs. R. M. McCombs an J Miss Ella McCombs went to St. Louis. Monday. The best shoes can be had at the new store. Wye, liailey, Alfalfa and Clo ver Seed at MeAtces. Rev. M. T. Haw will preach at' , , , t 1 t 1 C 1 W imams Mmooi House nexi ou- day at three o'lock. - For Dress Coods. Silk. Trim- mings, belts, etc.. try the new store. Hiir-h.i't ll-nltee T iMiiri 's " toruey Oenoral. spoke at New Attorney Madrid, last Saturday. Parties wanting winter turf oats can get them at Mc Atee's. Win. Paar ret...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 October 1906

7 Qood SONG OF A BALLOON. I'm gfttlna now tci lie the stylo, nnd. rilled with dollar K". far up above tlio crowilii I mnllc nt earthly thliiRs I pass. Nobody tn.iy rm over ice inr niiing't" mo. Indeed. nnl there' no ltti.lt. you'll ncrro. to my iirrliil Heed. Vitli every current 1 may kIMc. nor lo I tiirn quite uIh; If eighty mile an hour 1 rule they can't pit me In Jail! Indeed, i nm n pw.11 affair. 11 rounder, you'll agree; and imton. n I sail the air. must all look up to me At limes I have a lot of saml, I'm fall with sin-It a load Tlio only oath that 1 command is this: -Well III he Mowed!" IllRli O! I Kill In 1 o r d 1 y state across the i-hoi kere 1 sky. I do not even have to wait until the clouds roll hy: -Ufa. A Wonder. "Jinx has pot a funny wife." "Mow's Unit?" "Why. they wore Koin to Galves Inn Stimlay. and she only had half an hour to (jot ready, and " "Anil it took her two limns to get her hat on blraiyht nothing funny .about that." "You've gut It wrong: they were at She ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 October 1906

-w. r7' ova." 7 W S PROTECTING WATER PIPES. Boxei With Dead Air Space Between the Surest Method. Nothing la so Rood a protector from frost or beat as dead air In Insulat ed compartments. Where wator pipes must be placed in the ground above the frost line, or above the ground and fully exposed, properly con structed front box es are vastly su perior to felt, cork or other covering. These packing materials are usually worse than worthless because they are sure to become soaked from con densation on the pipe and thus to Invito Instead of repel frost. This Is especially true where the pipes lend to elevated tanks from wells of cold water, be causo In any weather when the temperature Is above that of the wa ter, condensation is likely to occur. The simplest construction of an ef fective protecting frost box, says the Orange Judd Farmer, Is constructed w ith three dead air spaces well ceilcft and extending from In-low the frost line up to the point of delivery at the tank or at the house....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 October 1906

J ackson Hi:kau). UKrl'HI.H'AN IN flit. ITU'S . 15. K. LI SK. l'l HUslIKH Kntiri'l III tin' iuIi't.'r nl .lli.'k-iili. Mo. at i'ni1-'lB! mnttiT Nnvi-ititxT . Tonus (or the IIkkami are a r.t For one vt:ir "'A1 Ol I1H.I11I1S Three nirnit ho lu merce law id prwiiuu un-m iium - - "(taking anything but cash for ow Tn.',.T:.: I4 transportation. No more adver- KeMdiii'.uv U2jtisin$r for transportation goes. - " I How do you like it? And what Anvr.KTlsiNo Katks: Locals 6c :,. ,i i,,, ;? r,erlim-CHohitis.'itinn. l'rofesslnnnl Card 5 nr veiir. Lrital Advrriwo Binti Ifjral'r.itt's. Dinrilny ad rates mnde known on uphlirat ion. J At K SON, MO.. OCT. 25. 1WH. Republican Ticket. STAT K TICKKT. Miprmir .ludu'i"- .MUX KKNNISM .1. T. NKV1I.LK iSlltit'l iiitfiulfiit of I'uhlic Schunls JAM l is T. WHITK Uailriad and a irliunr( 'ummi-siutur i:i)vari w. i-'1-.-:nt;i-: t 'onv i t'sn i.iii lull I'i-Mii't V. T. TVNPALL COUNTY TICK KT lJcim-riitat ivi' fki:ii:i;ik i-:. kiks Shnil! RKRNMARP ;oCKI-:i. ( Vllei...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 October 1906

House for Sale Cheap on account owner leaving Jack son. Enquire at Herald Office. KKsltiNATHiN NOTICK. Notice Is hereby Klvt'ii that tlio nil RAILROAD POULTRY EX HIBIT. The Mo. Pac. & Iron M.untain Railroad Co. Industrial Dtpart m nt is sending out the poultry exhibit are to encourage and in- ItfNNINU OUT OK MONKY Isn't sn liable to happen to n man wlthaliank arcoutit. Its mere pos session makes lilm morn careful in his expenditures. It also Utouh's a mat ter or pride with lilm to keep the. bal ance as larne its possible. Tiik I'koI'I.k'h National Hank in addit Ion to keeping money stands ready to lend It at reasonable' rates on any approved security. Depositors preferred. The People's National Bank, JACKSON, MO. HOMESEEKERS' noUND TRIP RATES TO THE SOUTH lit iwiliy rlu -il t:iif- i.n tl.i- tir-i :tinl thilii I uc-.i;tv 'if t a 'h ttmitttt. If' HI i puiiitM imi 1 lit- line ihf ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. Republican Speaking. .lersik-ne i irnardiaii of the persons and , crease poultry...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 October 1906

OS b --, ) Geronlmo, untamed man killer, un reconstructed savage, wily, blood thirsty and cruel, now nn aged, hope less, helpless, dying prisoner, hag told the complete story of his life. His autobiography, which has been edited for him by S. M. Hurrett, with full per mission and consent of the war de partment. Is about to be published. It makes a long, weird and Intensely in teresting story, as will be noted by portions reproduced here, says the New Yorl; Herald. Mr. Barrett, after gaining the confi dence of the old Apache, led him to tell of his birth, his early days and his warfare on other Indians and pale faces. Of his battles with Miles and Crook, of what he calls the injustice done to the Indian, the old savage writes: "Perhaps the greatest wrong ever done to the Indians was the treat ment received by our tribe from the 1'nited States troops about lSf!3. The chief of our tribe, Mangus Colorado, went to make a treaty of peace for our people with the white settlement at Apache ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 October 1906

The Jackson Herald II. 1,1 MK, I'uliluiior. JACvco.. : : : mihsockl THE COMMON THINGS. Tr-e smmMiie and the senile rain. The (.li ar bird sons that halls the morn, The meadow land wlilch flowers ataln, Tlio sunying banners of the corn, The ki uss that whlnpors to the breeze What common, common things are tnMl The broad, blue mirror of the lake That smiles back at the sleeping sky; The billows, too, that loapand break Ami 111 n k their foamy jewels high; The silver clouds that one by one Toss bock the lances of the sun. The stars that blsie as Jewels blare. Ami make the world old mystery, While they on their appointed ways, tin speeding through eternity Across unf.ithomed seas of space On putr.s that we but dimly trace All the are common brook and bird. And rose of red, and meadow green; fio common that they seem unheard, 80 common that they seem unseen. And yet there Is no day or night Hut borrows all of their delight. No common thing Is held apart From us, or pent with lock and key...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 October 1906

TO THE VOTERS OF MIS SOURI. Capo Girardeau. Oct 2:?. To tlio people of Missouri, re aniii'ss of political Atlilia tions: Vt. the imdersijriiod loyai Democrats residing in ami in luisinessa at Cape Girardeau, de sire to protect and condemn the shameful, iinm.vily and un-lV n ocratic attacks which are lieinn made on one of our best an nios highly respected citizens and buisness men, E. W. Flentjre, for no other reason than to gain some political advantage. Every citizen who knows E. V. Flentge knows he is honest, courageous, ami one of the hard est workers for the public inter ests in this part of the state. We believe it would be more manly and more Democratic to advo cate the good qualities of our candidates than to try to drag the good name of a fellow citizen in the mire. Asking all fair newspapers to publish this state ment, we are, Respect fuly. I.. S. .1 i t pi i . cashier nf First National !;mk. T. '. Yimiiiu, all ni'iii'v. M. I. Wilson, real . state Joe T. V il-mi, real est a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 November 1906

.VS.! ("f'S-ii, ,SfPi Wf(v ( "liiml) CIRCULATION 1800. FOR ALL THE PEOPLE. ESTABLISHED 1S07 VOL. IX. 1ACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOV. I, VM. M Tme Jackson Herald. trj ! For Clothing see Iloffmeister LOCALS a'&Hcinberff. Wheat (rc tu-dnv. Tho lnlp.-it report ia tint some of tho loading Democrats con cede that th? entire Republican ticket will be dotted by. SUU maiorty. They are right. If you warn to save jour, vui, m,0 1 A - . Ul.1 year, vote the Republican ticket.! Dr. Ru.ssel of Birds Point was in Jackson last Saturay. The best shoes can be had at the new store. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. P.ehrens went to St. Louis this weak. Ryet Barley, Alfalfa and Clo ver Seed at McAtees. Dr. Morgan, wife, and baby 6f Shawneetown were in Jackson Monday. For Dress Goods, Silk, Trim mings, belts, etc., try the new store. Jno. M. Devore of Whitewater was in Jackson on Tuesday. Conductor Couse has again ! taken charge of the Jackson Branch. j J. L. Sibley wishes to state Mrs. E. G. Sibley returned , th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 November 1906

THE FAULT Three men took Joy In finding fault, And thut It cam to pase The godt upon each one of them Bestowed piece of qlasa. The fool contrived ef hli a lent Wherein, to gloating eyei, The imallest blot that could be found Wat magnified In size. AN UNBILLED PLAY By MARY WALTER DRUMMOND (Copyright, 190, by She had withdrawn to a secluded cor ner of tho lobby and stood tapping lier foot Impatiently on tho tiled floor. It was a fearful night outside. Noth Ins but tlio unparalleled success of Mile. Pupont would have Insured such a large house. It was the last per formance, so. In spite of the "war of the elements," Mile, was encouraged by tho largest audience of the week. The lobby was rapidly emptying There was a grand rush for carriages flnil ears. Her escort had hurried out Into the rain, but the carriage was no where to tie found. He rushed back and telephoned. Tho carriage had started, they said. Every vehicle wo in use, had been the invariable answer to his call at ilie livery s...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 November 1906

IN IMTED STATES SENATOR MOM SOUTH CAROLINA PRAISES PE-RU-NA. Ex-Senolor M. C. Butler. Dysfefsia In Often Caused By Catarrh cf the Stomach l'eruna Relieves Ca tarrh of the Stomach and Is Therefort a Remedy J-'ur liysprfsia. Hon. M. C. Iiutler, Ex-U. 8. Sen ator from South Carolina for two terms, in a letter from Washington, 1). C, writes to tho l'eruna Medicine Co., as follows : " I can recommend Peruna tor dyspepsia and stomach trouble. I have been using your medicine for a short nerlnd and I feel verv murh relieved. It Is Indeed a wonderful J medicine, besides a good tonic. " j CATARRH of tho stomach is the cor rect name for most eases of dysppp (tin. In order to cure catarrh 'of the ttonrai'h the ciitiirrh must be eradicated. (Inly nil internal catarrh remedy, sucli us l'eruna, is available. l'eruna exuetly meets the indications. CASTE IDEA CARRIED FAR. Illustration of Bitterness Between Fol lowers of Mohammai. Here In a talo from O'Onnovan's "Merv" illustrating the bitterness ol ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 November 1906

Jackson Hkkali). itKi'rm.H'AN in voutio. 0. K. U'SK I i-ui.ism-1, Pit. :,t O.i- ;v i U t'o" I- '-It. O Tonn f'r t he 'ows: Cor one your. Six months Hirer moot li . . Oflio litMlUUU. f. !lK.t:.l.t .to ii I'll- t I. 'HI. .f.O . . "0 Let our Republican friends re member that our county ticket was "nominated- by a primary when nearly 2 100 votes were cast and each candidate got a major ity of those voles. This being true, do you m l think the duty of every loyal Republican in the j county to vote a straight ticket. I Head the Republican platform in this issue and then make up your mind as to how you will vote. If you ward a continuance of the present times, if you want to give your support to a party that does things, if you want ArtvKimsiN-H Hatks: LoohN lit' per tin" i noli iun'rti'i'i. Proiosnionnl n,.r.l .. -. . ..r i-iui I.oiriil il Vol t Ur- v i 1 1 v " I 1 . w .. .. ;.. . 1. .. 1 Bji-iits - lopil r.iti's. pispin.Viinrnios Missoui i 10 remain in uie ue publican column, vole the Re...

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