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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 November 1903

iu- I ig- ... .. . -" THAT GIRL of JOHNSON'S Hy JEA.fr K.A. TC LWLVM. Atuker a "At m Cirl'i Mm,.-' Elc Eolprcd Acroritlnf to Act of Conim In tk Year 1S10 ht Street 4 fimltU. In tun uaico 01 iu iaurn..n o( tonfiesj, at Wash-niton. D. C, CHAPTER XII. Continued. polir t "P 'ltl a dignity of . ell.inparl further wnrris liparWB . ,ha woman 8 m. TV. von think." she wild "doe3 ,ny ono ttilnlt that I would loavo my )flio mirsn Implied softly, with jrth of scorn in hor voire. "tv, toii think It would break tils if art, Miss Johnson?" Polorcs was too deeply In earnest ,1 1... Vi n ueiM-nfilt nvr.r.la afterward tho worrfu nnd tono came i,nck to her distinctly. 1 would not loavo my i.-uncr, mo said, doleranl, nor larso, nieatunHi ives flxoil dlsconcertlnKiy on ino quiet face opposite, "I would not leave my father never whilo ho Uvea not for uny one.' "You may elianRO your mina. inn curM sui.1, lightly, rising to prepare for the night Slio touched tho girl's hair softly ns Dora could have done, ...

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. — 12 November 1903

i I-7 : i rt. F. MM c 3. 1 c v I m ! v. m I I Beginning Monday, November 16, and continu ing till December 1 . 1 1 4 DAYS OF BARGAINS. Here is the old adage over again, "It's an ill wind that does not blow good to some one." E. W. Flentge & Co.'s customers will reap the benefits of the fire in Mill Town. They have purchased all the goods saved from the J. W. Phillips & Co. stock and same will be put on sale in the back end of our big store, corner Main and Broadway. Don't fail to read the prices, and get your share of the bargains. Boys' Three-Piece Suits. (Age 15 to 18 years.) 1 big lot Hoys' Suits, J. V. Phillips fc Co.'s prii-w .S.O0 . . . .our price S'-'.OO 1 big lot. Hoys' Suits, J. W. Phillips As Co.'s price '4.0i) and 5.00,our price S-'l.OO 1 lot Gray Mixed Wool Suits, J. W. Phillips Ar Co.'s price $5,75, our price $43.50 1 lot Fine Wool Suits, J. W. Philips it Co.'s price St.. 50, our J trice ' $4.00 1 lot Fine Wool Suits, J. W. Phillips it Co.'s price $10.00, our pr...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 November 1903

,. r,v v. : . t rt. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF TIIE PEOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN AP VANCE VOL. VII. .JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1!), 1903. NO. 2 L O C ALrS Wheat 80c. to-day. Ed Kago of the Capo wag in Jackson Monday. For fine taffy candy call on J. L. Sibley. J. P. Proffer of Burfordville 'called on us Monday. Buy your guns and ammuni tion at Jackson Store Co. I. N. Miller of Burfordville had business in Jackson Monday. Home made candy, the very best, at Sibley's restaurant. Ben 8. Schwab of Dutchtown had business with us Monday. Take your Irish Potatoes to E. W. Flentge & Co.'s. they pay 70 cents per bushel. Mr. Frank Bert and wife of Toledo, O., are visiting relatives in this county. A good Xtnas present would be Homo of that nice furniture ut Jackson Store Co. Jim Heal brought in a load of jiojo corn Monday and disposed of it readily. A dollar saved is a dollar earned. Buy men's gloves at .Jackson Store Co. Four-dollar photos fo...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 November 1903

SCENES INCIDENTAL TO FORMATION OF NEW REPUBLIC OF PANAMA Missouri Doing's FARRI8 JURY DISAGREES. Afttr Twclv Ballots Body Reports to Court, Which Discharges It. Jefferson City, Mo.: State Senator Frank Karris must again stand trial on the charge of bribery under an In dictment alleging that he sold bia vote to Daniel J. Kelloy, the fugitive legislative agent of the Royal Uaklng Powder Company, for $1,000 to vote - to prevent the repeal of the pure food law. The jury In the cane, which clotted Friday night, returned Into court coon after 10 o'elork Saturday morning and reported Ita Inability to agree. It stood eight for conviction to four for acquittal. Judge Graves, when It announced thnt It could not agree, discharged the Jury. Twelve ballots were taken, and once there wax a tic. On another ballot two of the six who had voted for ac quittal went over to the other aide, and there the jury stood until dis charged. The four who held out for acquittal, it Is learned from reliable sourc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 November 1903

St. Louisan Hills : Millionaire's 3on orh Furlong Shoots Irving McDonald and la Arrested St. Jorcph. Mo.;' Joseph Francis I'lirKirg. ago 21. a traveling salesman, residing at 'i'A'Xh Howard slreot. St. Imis, shot Irving McDovald, aged 21. 'sun of Millionaire Jchn I. McDonald. ,-t the Metrr.pt If held at 4 o'clock tfmtdoy morning. The bii'lot paused line. ugh McDonald's stomach and Liur huiirs la.'or h wan dead. Km lij'.ijr went t the clerk at tliu Motriprle, said lie had phut a mail. iiiii! called fur n pr llccnisn. to whom lie surr; ndered. Kurh nsj occupies a fell at ' Poller Headipiarfers. and be yond saying thai the bullet was flnd In vt'i-M'tvnn- rrfr.'-.cs to make a slat -ni"i;t. i Lucked tip In the woman' depart ment c; I'r.lira Heidipiarters are MUs (irsco. Hclt. ago 1". and Mm. Lester Inland Myrlck. ago 21, hc.th of Now York, and member.! of the Governor's Son Theatrical Company, which play ed at the Tootle theater Saturday night. Acoi rdiug to the statements of belli women...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 November 1903

J' ; -r. '5 4 u - i. : .,1. .in .-J'-' el JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. a. r. LUSK .Publisher Entered at th postofflce at Jack, on, Mo., ai second-class matter No V Muter 4, 1897. PHONES: Offlca i Residence .14S .142 Termi for the Herald are aa follow: Tor one year 11.00 lx month 50 Three month..... 30 Advertising Rate: Locale te per line each insertion. Profeelonal Card l per year. Legal Advertisements- legal rate. Display ad. rate made known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. ft Summarlted Report Covering the Prevailing Condition. GRAIN St. Louie. Wbfat No. 2 red H " No. 3 rod 87 " No. 3 hard 7" " No. a hard 77 Cohm No. X mixed 43 " No. 3 mixed ii " No. J yellow 43 No. 3 yellow iVi " No. 2 white 43 " No. 3 white 4 J tUTS No. 2 mixed 37 No. 3 mixed 3 " No. 2 white t'i'i " No. 4 white 37S Kik N. 2 m1, Chicago. Viii;a i No. 2 i-prinir M No. 3 F,)riitir T!t 1 J No '.' red S'l t IVniN No. 2 o. eiiov 4.!' OA r No 2 '. 3t' No. .' whit :'' No. ;i white oT'i if S : 12 , I'.ai.i I...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 November 1903

THAT GIRL of JOHNSON'S -By JEAf K.A.TB LV7L VN, ' AmlAf a "M a Ctrl' t Mm,. Kit. Salami Aeeordtna lo AM of Concim la iht Veat VK bf Slri Sails, la tb Oftca ol th. Librarlaa ol Cam rata, at Waihiixioa. D. C. CHAPTER XIV. Bacon and Egg. Dolores slept, not because of young flreen's wish that she should sleep, but because she was worn out from watching and anxletj, and felt Into a dreamless slumber almost as soon as Itt head touched the pillow; and It . vaj broad daylight when she again woke to every day life. 8he bathed ber face In cold water. Wben she was dressed she went out to the other room. Mrs. Allen had kindled a fire on the hearth, and the kettle was singing cheerily over the leaping flames; the coffee filled the room with fragrance. As Dolores entered she spsto pleas antly to her, noting the faint trace of color (n the cheeks and the bright ness of the brave dark eyes. "Good morning, Dolores. Break fast will be ready on the table in a moment If you are ready." The girl looked ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 November 1903

, . , mm i n , nm n it ii i pswaTcry wtn KUSSIA S GREAT AIM NORTHERN NATION MAY YET RULE THE WORLD. 55? A SHRINE of MEXICO Vlall to "CI Saner dl Sacro Monlo," Vogue of Camcot. Fashion's wheel lias t nriir-A again nd It is tho hour to unearth your cameos If you have nny. .The old time cameos wore made up chiefly In brooches, but those oi today appear In many othrr forms The largest aro lor bolt rlan a. and thero are stickpins of pitni"OB, cut buttons In the prettiest shapes, ruff links anil flexible brace lets, which are chprming. It Is the larvlng. mil the color, which counts In tho cameo. Grcnt big cameos for belt clasps utid buckles hao an orna mental setting of silver or sliver (?llt. The silver Is cflecive with the ca meos. Smaller raueo are used In pair for oidl clasp. Small oval ca moon are mail" Into off button!, or Ht mis, an J other foini ruff links made after the style of other modern cuflf link. Girl' Gibson Dreat. A mode that nan long been popular, because of Its good st...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 November 1903

HAFPV V.'CMSN. ?Efc. MM. Pr. vlfc of C. B. Pure, a lironiliK" n t resident 1,1 OlaW'W. Ky. '1 BC SUf- fwritig from a roinpll callon of Kldtif trou-lili-s. Bcv i ldos a liail ' liar k I had great dial of trouble will) th: su'TPlloiiR, which were cx emliMtiy variable, Mimntinii'H t?xrR nice and at other times scanty. The ' color wan hlRh. and punsane were ac cnmpHnleil with a scalding Herniation. tati'a Kidney Pills noon regulated Ihv kidney Herrelloim, making their rolor normal and banished the liiflam nialien which canned tho scalding Ren dition. I can rest well, my hack Is sti-oUK and sound and i fuel much bet ter In every way." Fur fale by all dealers, price 50 rents per box. Kot Ur Mllburn Co., iMi n !, n. v. Intoxicating Dcuna. Among the peasants of southern Italy. Sicily and Sardinia a curious malady has been noted by phyulclans, which Is caused by eating beans. Due of the most remarkable effects of tho malady Is a species of Intoxication re semhlltiK that produced by alcoholic...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 November 1903

-it' it in ; r I ' 9." 1 1! rati ..Tymv.;TaKg i 1'. ' T7 j 1 13 v.! u- ' -i ' r I, Beginning Monday, November 16, and continu ing till December 1 . i 1 4 DAYS OF BARGAINS. Here is the old adage over again, "It's an ill wind that does not blow good to some one." E. W. Flentge & Co.'s customers will reap the benefits of the fire in Mill Town. They have purchased all the goods saved from the J. W. Phillips & Co. stock and same will be put on sale in the back end of our big store, corner Main and Broadway. Don't fail to read the prices, and get your share of the bargains. Boys' Three-Piece Suits. (Age 1.r to 1!S years.) 1 lig lot Hoys' Suits, J. V. Phillips ,fe Co.'s price if 3.(10 our price $-.00 1 lig lot Hoys' Suits, J. W. Phillips t Co. 'a price M.OO and 5.0(i.our price :U)0 1 lot Gray Mixed Wool Suits, J. W. Phillips k Co.'s price $.r),7.', our price. S..oO 1 lot Fine Wool Suits, J. W. Philips & Co.'s price $t..r0, our price 54.00 1 lot Fine Wool Suits, J. W. Phillips &...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 November 1903

p. Jf. 3. L 0 SUPPLEMENT TO THE JACKSON HERALD. Whd. Hon.,? nws In For L. Sibl Hear A. ha Decern' Horn best, at Mrs.'; dren ret St. Louti Take yifk. W. Flentge x cents per bushel. Died, near Os.k day, Mrs. Kittie about CO years. Rubbers with VOLUME VII. JACK80N, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1903. NUMBER 2. From Mlllerville. The Death Angel has taken two of our citizens since our last report. On October 30 Mrs. Mittie Lance, wife of our towns man, Dale Miller, passed away ttt the age of about 25 vears. leaving a husband and a little ner Dry Goods Cc Judge Ben J into the Harenbi'f four-year-old daughter to mourn her early departure. Her afflic tion was adjudged to be con sumption of the bowels. Mr. Jeff Kinder died mirldpnlv nn luut edge sole at BruJ Thursday morning. He ate his breakfast and tended to his stock and sat down in his chair with a newspaper, and after a First East street J few minutes wus noticed by his Wnt,.ha u. daughter, who was the only ner- cleaned, 50c; bf son ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 November 1903

- -v j, dllVJ UI 1 HI 11 4 DAYS OE R aj3a jN December 1. custon uo. stock and get j The Siilc Hint II. iils Without leaving a sear is Do Witt's. The name Witch Hazel is applied to many Halves, but DeAVitl's Witch Hazel Salve is the only Witch Hazel Waive that contains the pure unadulterated witch hazel. If any other itch Hazel Salve is offered you it is a counterfeit. K. C. Hewitt inven eil Witch Hazel Salve and He Witt's Witch Hazel Salve is the bct salve in the world for cuts, burns, bruises, tetter or blind, bleeding, itching and protruding piles. Sold by all druggists Additional Locals. The World' Fair Company, St. Louis, Mo., adopted the New Century Caligraph Typewriter and has tti) in daily use :: :: :: :: :: From now until the 1st day of December 1003 we will, give a special discount of 10 pel cent on all men's suits and fine 'cassi mere pants. Our stock of those goods is too large and we expect to reduce it more quickly by (of fering this special inducemeiit. Hreuning A Kers...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 November 1903

Ime Jackson Heralds p. f. LUSK, Editor. IN TJIE INTEREST OF THE 1'EOPLE AND THE REPUBLICAN PAUTV. ONE DOLLAR PEE YEAB IN APVANCS VOL. VII. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2rj. 1903. M). 3 LOCALS Wheat 80c. to-day. Hon. Louis Houck had busi ness in Jackson yesterday. For fine taffy candy call on J. L. Sibley. A. hall next Thursday night,' December j. Home made candy, the very best, at Sibley's restaurant. Mrs. Hattie Schmuke and chil dren returned last Thursday from St. Louis. Take your Irish Potatoes to K. W. Flentge A Co.'s. they pay 70 cents per bushel. Died, near Ouk Ridge last Sun -day, Mrs. Kittie Walsh, aged about 60 years. Rubbers with heavy rolled edge sole at Bruening & Kerst ner Dry Goods Co. Judge Ben J. Miller moved into the Harenberg property on First Ea9t street this week. Watches cleaned, 75c; clocks cleaned, 50c; by L. H. Dunlap at Tallent's barber shop. Albert J. Schoen of Dutchtown made our office a call Tuesday and again ordered the Herald. Boys' Cotton K...

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. — 26 November 1903

Missouri Doing's NATURALIZATION CASES ENDED. Verdict Hold Defendants en On Count Each In Two Indictment. . Bt. Louis: A verdict of guilty was returned at 1:15 Saturday afternoon ly the Jury In the case of the United States against Thomas E. Darren, for mer Marshal of the St. Ixnils Court of Appeals; John P. Dolan, chairman of tie C t.v Demorratlc Committee, and Frank P. Garrett, a member of the St. Louis Police Dcpaitment, all charged with complicity In naturalization frauds. Judge Adams deferred panning sen tence. As soon as the verdict was returned, attorneys for the defense filed a mo tion for a new trial and petitioned J ud re Adams to accept hond ponding the decision on the motion. Judge Adams, after consulting As sistant District Attorney Norton!, de cided to accept bond, and by 6 o'clock the convicted men had been released. Kach of the three defendants was released In the sum of J'JO.f'OO. Jury Deliberates for Many Hours. The cane was given to the Jury at 4:'M o'clock Friday ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 November 1903

Peyes Fails, But Is for Peace Fntn-i'a Commissioner Up lh Battle Give Thirty-one Men Dead in Wrech rt Treiht ana Worh Train Collide in a Cut CoH.r. : The rauirualan commission cutifcr: ed at length Friday with the Colombian commission, headed by Gen. fceye. which arrived Thurs day from Savanilla on the French stcarr.er Canada. Th Pannmainns e fiifed vrry overture, declaring their position to be Irr-vorabl and declared they would not receive any further commo-slotis from Columbia unless they 71 cognized the Republic of Pan ama, '.'it'll. Reyes accsptptl Ills defeat pra i'Cfniiy. but s'a'ed that he would visit Washington cm official business before returning to Colombia. The Panatmii.n rott.nilasluii. com posed i'f Sow i" Allan, a member of the J'.i ! : Kom r Mcndo.a. the mini- tiT t.f Justice; Honor Constantino Ami mcna an. I Senor Antonio Ztt- bleta, -ante hep" from Panama Friday inortiir.s ml 1'oxi'dod I lie Canada Im- ni''dih't'y. Tin Colombian made strong app'Bla to the Panamaiat...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 November 1903

JACKSON HERaLD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK Publisher Entered at the postoflVe at Jack, ton, Mo., a second-class tuattcr N ember 4, 1897. DEATH FOIl INDUSTRY DANGER INVOLVED IN INCREAS ED FOREIGN COMPETITION. For Every Day's Work Brought In from Abroad There Must 6a an Equivalent Day'a Work Loat to the Wags Earners of the United 8Utes. rHONE3: Offlc US Residence 142 Terms for tbe Herald are as follows: For one year $1.00 It months 50 Three months 30 An Important and rnrtiirlns; contri bution to economic and txilltlcal litera ture Is to be found In th sprue h off ja ,),,, m,, lnr fartnilo which for- Advertising Hates: locals 6c per Una each Insertion. Prnfoslonal Card ( per year. Icgal Advertisements legal rates. Display ad. rates made known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering tht Prevailing Conditlona. GRAIN St. Louis. Wiikat Xi. 2 red "" No. 3 red s " No. S hard 0 " No. 3 liiml -H; CoIlN No. 'J niixrd 4'." No. .'I mixed 4': " No. U .vcllmv 411 ; "...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 November 1903

THAT GIRL of JOHNSON'S By JEA.fi K.A.TE LVHLXK. Autkar f "At m Ctrl', ,-r,r. ' ttt. Enltrad Acordlni to Act ef Concrrn la lh VMr ts-v I,, Stern "m iK la tlM 0c of Ih. Libr.rt.n of Conn.si, t vMbiiitiuu, l. t CHAPTER XIV. Continued. "He Is my father, and they will not let ma ln 'lier. )t he in sea liltO." The mime laid her hand caressing ly on the Rlrt's arm. "Of course," she said, In a matter uf fact tone. "Remember, Dolores, It li years since he bas seen your fath er. And do you know, as soon as he is better we are going to take htm over to the town so you ran nurse him to your heart's content? There tre pretty houses In the town, and vim r unrle intends buying one aud furnishing It for you. There's a fine blacksmith's shop with n good busi nets for your father, and he Is to have housekeeper and everything com fortable wbllo you are In New York with us. Your undo will be ready In a mo ment, and he does not like to wait; you needn't change your dross, and csn wear my wrap and bonnet...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 November 1903

7 i ,r- ii i v c- v . -sssstjs-. i im r A SVMMER PARADISE 3 QUAINT OLD VICTORIA Reatful CUV at ihe Doer el the Pacific O n d "Queen of Watering Places" VER. THE a W H W j. .i . in. ii ... . 1 I I II SPECIAL CORHE8PONDKNCEI Vlcucin. H. ('., Ih said to be ono jilaic, al ove nil others on the Amer lean nr.t.nert, wlicre an English man ri.&y feel at home. The oaks and liilt nli'l hollies of Victoria make It m-mii like H I'll of l'l E"B lanl ('own at the iloor of tho VntV.t: The hlr ri!".v of the I Insep arably II: i i d vlth tho In. notable and ancb 11! Hudson's Uay Company, which v. i this portion of tin- conti nent for Britain's r;d liitor.iT In the IOI:g ant." .lilt" OMC-I tuusi urtiii-i are alive with the prosiicct of their ftiturt', Vl'totia Is complacent In the glory of her nasi. She Ih proud of In Victoria her honorable line. 1 1 people hold I ii:-1 lii il.il.' old traditions- and that's l-::i::ln-l!. Vi- toriu I lis every reason to be proud i ! i!;- a-.so. iatioti with the H...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 November 1903

1 QUICK RESULTS. W. J. mil. Justice ol the Peace, Con cord, N. C, says: "Doan's Kidney Pills proved a very efficient rem edy Jn my case. I used them for l In ordered kid neys and back ache, from bleb I bad experienced a great ileal of trouble and pain. The kidney e rretlons were very Irregular, dark rolored and full if sediment. The Hills cleared It all up and I have not bad an ache In my back since taking the last dose. My health generally ia improved a great deal." Foster Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For Bale br all dealera. price CD cent per box. The Languaoe of Commerce. Austria I to open a state Institute Id London to enable Auatrian lin den ti to perfect their knowledge of K" el I ah. Mrs. Anderson, a iTVTrc Anflrrcrn o nrnminent c-rIHr I woman 'of Jacksonville, Fla., daughter of 'Recorder of Deeds, West, who witnessed her signature to the following letter, praises Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. " Dear Mns. Pinkham : There are but few 'wives and mothers who Lave not at ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 November 1903

Valero) Vffl v AH FP3? c 9 Beginning Monday, November 16, and continu ing till December 1 . p4 DAYS OF BARGAINS. t Here is the old adage over again, "It's an ill wind that does not blow good to some one." E. W. Flentge & Co.'s customers will reap the benefits of the fire in Mill Town. They have purchased all the goods saved from the J. W. Phillips & Co. stock and same will be put on sale in the back end of our big store, corner Main and Broadway. Don't fail to read the prices, and get your share of the bargains. Boys' Three-Piece Suits. (Agu ir to 1 .Years.) 1 hg lot Hoy' Suits, .1. W. Phillips t Co.'s prion 3.o( ur prii-o $.()) 1 billot Hoys' Suits, J. W. Phillips & Co.'s prk-o 4.0(1 awl .r.()(i.our price f.'l.OO 1 lot (hay Mixcl Wool Suits, J. W. I'liillips t Co.'s price S.r,7.r), our price $$3.r) 1 lot Fine Wool Suits, J. W. Philips ,fe Co.'s price $(".. r)D. our price $4.00 1 lot Finn Wool Suits, J. W. Phillips & Co.'s prico Sl0.no, our price r,.oo Children's Two...

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