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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 April 1904

COLORADO MILITIA DEFY CIVIL COURT JuJg) Orders Gen. Bell and Capt. Wells Put in Jail for Contempt. Ouray, Colo.: District Jmlgo Thoron Stevens Monday declared Adjt. Gun, Sherman M. Boll and Capt. Bulkeley Wells to be In rontempt of court for not complying with the writ of habeas corpus which required the officers to bring before the court Monday Charles II. Moyor, president of tho Western federation of miners, whom they are holding In confinement at Tellurldo, The court ordered Sheriff Corbett to arrest the two officers. Tho return to tho wilt made by Urn. Hell, through Assistant District Atorncy Davl.l Howe of Tellurlde. excused his failure to produce the body of Mr. Moyer on tho ground that he deemed It unsafe to bring Moyer to Ouray or to reduce lie military force In Sun Miguel county by so doing, and that the governor had ordered hi in to disregard the writ. Judjte Stevens said: 'The people of Ouray will rightly re sent the imputation that Gen. Hell or Capt. Wells could not eomo...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 April 1904

, I 5 u A G U Q U o. u M (.2 0-1 I: j; - . Gash I sven.Aw&y 11 to Users of ' ' i a We are going to be more liberal than ever in 1904 to users of Lion Coffee, Not only will the Lion-Heads, cut from the packages, be good, as heretofore, for the valuable premiums we have always given our customers, but In Addition to the Regular Free Premiums the same Lion-Heads will entitle you to estimatei in our $$o,ooo.oo Grand Prite Content, which will make orae ol our patrous rich men and women. You cau send in as mauy estimates aa desired. There will be TWO GREAT CONTESTS Tho Pint contest will be on the July 4th attendance at the St. . World'a Fair the second relates to Total Vote I'ur Prealdout to be cast Nov. 8, IMi. f 3o,.m.ki will be distributed in each of these contents, making $40,000.00 on the two, and, to make ic ttiil more interesting, in addition to this amount, we will give a f3mfl Hire! Pmto if ?.B5 filf! Oft ,0 the one wh0 correct on both tlTUltll rlial rilXO Vl CU)UuUiUU concea...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 April 1904

JAKSN 0HEI2AILB. VOL. VII. JACKSON MISSOURI. THURSDAY, APRIL 28, !!04. NO. 2: The Tmdo at tlio JACKSON STORE! COMPANY, tho plaoo whoro ijour dollnr LOCALS Wheat 95c to-day. See ad of Fruitland machine shop in this issue. Jackson Store Co. pays 17c for butter. W. II. Miller went to St. Louis Monday on business. . Guess on the eggs at Jackson Store Co. J. W. Miller and wife returned from New Mexico Tuesday. Parma wood violet water for sale at Jones' drug store. Born, to D. P. Bailey and wife, last week, a fine girl. For sale 100 acre farm within 4 milos of Jackson. Apply at thin office. Fredericktown has raised the saloon license to 82,000 a year. The undersigned will buy all kinds of scrap iron at market price. Chas. Macke, Jackson, Mo. A. R. Byrd and wife of El Paso, Texas, are visiting in thin county. The new store at Whitewater, Bierschwal & Co., has just opened their new spring stock. Call and see them. T. D. Mines has withdrawn from the Democratic ticket for com mon plena- j...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 April 1904

I 1' Id Mil i N t H ! II Hot M L! III filIK M.St. john burt B sagas' Autlor 4 "Tk Kldnppe4 Mi:iHrlret." "Colon Monro Dwtrln," Etc. COPTKItlHT, I35, BT I All HftaU I COPTHIOHT, KM. T rmm ten Upham Aiam roMrted A. J. Utit.t Biodli I CHAPTER ONE. Th Prophet' Prayer. "Kneel, John. Take off your ht, lad. Let ui pray!" An old man and a boy clung like wreckage to a rock which marked tho outer edge of Hlack Reef. The flickering light of a lantern accentu ated the gloom of the night; a night famous In the annals of New England for tho storm which tore tho coast from Quoddy Head to SlaticonBct. 1 The luntern'a light revealed two fig urea worthy the pencil of a Hogarth. Dared to the gale, tho old man's scant white lockH streamed back from a forehead massive and unfurrowed. Wonderful eyes of steel gray glowed with fires of fanaticism beneath dark, uhudowing eyebrow scarcely touched with the rinio of yearn. Tho thin lips parted In a lino which suggested Im placable tenacity of purpose, not halt ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 April 1904

DANGEROUS NEGLECT. It's the neglect of backache, sldeacha, pain In the blp or loins that finally nroMrates the strongest body. The kidney warnings arc (prion they tell you that they are unable to filter the body's waste and poison from the blood tuo sewers art clogged and Impurities are running wild to Im pregnate nerves, heart, brain and every organ of tbo body with dis ease elements. Doan's Kidney rills are quick to soothe and strengthen sick kidneys and help them free the system from poteon. head bow valuable they are, even In cases of long standing. U C. Lovell of 415 North First St., Bpoxane, Wash., says: "I have had trouble from my kidneys for tbe past ten years. It was caused by a strain to which I paid little attention. Hut at t neglected the trouble it became worse and worse until any strain or a light cold was sure to be followed by severe pain across my back. Then tho action of the kidney secretions be came deranged and I was caused much annoyance besides loss of sleep. D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 April 1904

Jackson Herald. KEI'UBMCAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK I'UBLISIIBII Rntvr t the pontoflW t .Inrkium, Mo., M Mund-cluw matter NotcdiImt 4. IW. Ofllce HMliloniM'.,. 14 14.' AnvKRTif ixo Ratkb: Locals or tmr line ench Innprti'in. Professional (:nrd 6 per year. Leffitl Atlverti-e-mnnu letral nitoo. KiKplnynd rate made known on application. Terms fur tlm llr.KAiii) wre u fol lows: Kor one year H.OO SU mouth ! I hree month 30 JACKSON, MO., Al'KIL 28. V.M. CONVENTIONS. Republican National Conven tion meet9 at Chicago June 21. Congressional Convention, to nominate a Congressman for the fourteenth district, meets at Pop lar Bluff May 10. The Republican state nominat ing convention will be held at St. Joseph, July 27th. The Republican Judicial con vention will be held at Jefferson City, Aug. 14th. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOB SIIKKIIF. We are authorized to announce F. A. Kage as a candidate for sheriff of Cape Girardeau county, subject to the will of the Repub lican primaries or convention as the central c...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 April 1904

Coming Play. On Friday evening, May 6, the most beautiful drama, ' Hazel Kirke," will be preHented "at Re cital hall, J. M. A. This play, which beautifully and powerfully portrays love, sorrow, mirth and pathos, had. a run of 300 con secutive nights in New York City. The play is avery fine one and the preaent local cast is as strong as many companies play ing professionally. The cast is as follows: Col. Birmingham appears in the strong character of Dunstan Kirke, and having played the part many times, we may expect something truly great; Miss Nor man as Hazel Kirke has rare chance for emotional work; while Miss Kobelsperger and Mr. Garth Morgan enhance the pleasure of the play by their sparkling wit humor. Scats on sale at Grant's. Se cure them early. School Notes. The dean of the Teachers' col lego at Columbia and the presi dents of the State normals have made excellent arrangements for summer schools to begin imme diately on the clufce of the regular term'J of these state institut...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 April 1904

I !! ! 4! I 1 1 I ft I I';; 1 it JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. D. F. LCSK Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Jack. Bon, Mo., as second-class matter No vember 4, 1897. 1'HONES: Office ...... ..148 Rcsldenco 143 Terms for the Herald are as follows: For ono year 11.00 8lx month? CO Three months 30 Advertising Rates: Ixicals Cc per line each Insertion, rrofeelonal Card IS per year. Legal Advertisements local rates. Display ad. rates made known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. .GRAIN St. Louis. WnKAT No. 2 red . lt.02X " No. 3 red '. " No. S hard 02 " No. S hard tidtf CniiM No. 2 mixed 45 H No. mixed 4S.' - ' No. 2 yellow.'; 0 " No 3 yellow 4f " No. t white. 40' " No. S white ..4S) Oath No. mixed 4JS " No. 3 mi .i d 41 " No. a white 4V " No. 4 whitu 4a Hvc No. 2 CS Chicago. Witpsr No 5 spring 00 " No. 3 ispriiiu; '.' " No it red 'M'i Coit.N No 2 !2i' No. 1! yellow Mfi Oats No. a .13 No. if white 4:' " No. white 43 Ry...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 April 1904

HEAVY SNOW COVERS " SEVERAL STATES St. Louis Record Broken by Fall of Five and One-Half Inches. RUSSIAN LAUNCH BLOWN UP WHILE PLACING MINES TROOPS GUARD LEADER OF STRIKE FOR ILLINOIS GOOD ROADS CONVENTION President Moyer Brought Before Col orado Supreme Court. Call Has Been Issued for Meeting In Springfield, May 3 and 4. The storm of Wednesday extondel In almost every county In Missouri and Illinois and was general through out the eastern part of the country. In all places there was an unprece dented fall of snow, In many Instan ces breaking all records for the lat ter part of April. In Charlotte, N. C.. the snow fell to such an extent that all Btreet cars had to stop running and trains on many railroads In the State were put out of commission. In Maryland smaller streams wore frozen up tightly, vegetables were severely Injured ami the temperature was the lowest for the correspond ing time In any of the la.it ten years. Throughout southern Indiana trains were delayed an I InWestern ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 April 1904

BLACK DENMARCK Raddle and Coach horse, owned hy O. 8. Reid, will make the season of 1904 at Jim Heals' stable, two miles west of Hhawneetown. rir rni-iiiriiTrr rifiiii' i r i iii- mi hi r nr num n-1 unririr r r imri nil mii-iiMna" The Fraternal Order of Colonials. tic it ir sit 'i i ii .n v ,n ir' r -if f. i ir -ir ir.ii i :nr tr "irnmr ir mr " y A Fraternal Beneficiary Society Organized Under the Laws p of the State of Missouri. Reserve Fund Created From In cepiion of the Order. Objects of tre Order. Tho purpose of this nrfanlswMon In to unite In h r:;terrml iKiily al: rvlitio tn.'iio pel-Bonn of (food moral clu,. .e tor; lel,wnen I ho flK't of 18 anil 50 year,, who can pis t'io neoeery medical ex-uini"nrl-iii, nod who are mt engaged in hazard ous occtipnttotin. Covprnrnent. The moinlii rn of llio OraYi r,ro united Into L cid Aseiiibhes, ..'.in! are poverned by a Nu pivmo Asu-mlily of i'.l liieinrWii elected by nil thi! members of thti OrJer every T'liir years. The la.vs enacted by...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 May 1904

TIME Jackson MlSr alp;' VOL. VII. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. MAY .. NO. 20 Tmclo at tho JAGKSON STORE GOMPANY. tho plnco whoro tjour dollar cjous fnrtlicjwt LOC A L S Wheat 05c to-day. County court proceedings next week. J. W, Searcy of Whitewater was in Jackson yesterday ' For Mock liens rail rn McAfee 1 A I3uerke. j ! Dr. G. W. Vinyard attended j the tnedieal association at the i Cfljie this week. j Take your wool to Jackson Store Co. Win. Wessell of Oran will move Guess on the eggs at Jackson 10 Jaclwon and engage in the Ktnre Co. yocery ousiness. Miss Emma Howard returned from St. Louis hist Tuesday. F. A. Kuge was in Jackson Tuesday. He says he is still a candidate for sheriff. j Buggies! Buggies 1 liubberj and steel tired. Sanukr Hlus. j Mrs. Van Amburg and children ! of Burfordville are visiting in t Jackson this week. j Hats of all kinds artistically trimmed at Morgan Sisters. Wm. Paar has been confined to his bed for the past few weeks on account of a sore leg. Fit Sale A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 May 1904

"""'""""aWB 1 I 1! u 2 1 t in Pi 1! N r. t fig 19 I ft I JOHN BURTllsaKSSt' Aathor el 'TIm Kltfnapixa MilUoMirM." "CoImmI Mtaroe Mtkt," Etc Coptbiort. 1WB. iit I All right I OorrmoHT, lms, ar fttroamca Upbam Adam reUrvwt A. J. Umi, Bimil CHAPTER TWO Continued. Prince growled. John looked up the read. "There" someone coming," he said. . Jessie turned and raw Miss Maiden approaching. She looked at her mud ljr foot, her bedraggled hat and her nptattcrcd blouse and skirt. "I'll pet an awful scolding," she aid, bnlf to herself and halt to the hoy. Then for tho first tlmo she scrutinized John Hurt. She noted that he wan well dressed; that he wan not barefooted, like moat farmer boys, and that lit- wait handsome and nelf -possessed. 'Do you belong to the riffraff?" asked Jessie, lowering her voice so that the approaching governess ahould not hear her. "Never heard of It," replied John Hurt In a pu.zled smile. "What 1.4 it?" "I don't know," said Jessie; "lint my pnpa don't allow me to assoc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 May 1904

A Women who work, store, office or factory, very rarely have the ability to stand the strain. The case of Miss Frankie Orser, of Boston, Mass., is interesting to all women, and adds further proof that woman's great friend in need is Lydia'E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, "Hear Mrs. Pixkiiam: I suffered misery for several yearn. My back ached and I had bearing down pulus, and frequent headaches. I would often wake from a restful sleep in such prun and misery that it would be hours be for 9 I could close my eyes again. I dreaded the long nights and weary da vs. I could do no work. 1 consulted different physieions hijiintr to t'et relief-, but, fiuding Hint their medicines did not cure me, 1 tried I.ydiu I'll l'inkham's Vegetable Compound, as It was highly recomenried to nic. I am glad that I did so, for I soon found that it was the medicine for mv case. Very soon I wu rid of every ache and pain and restored to perfect health. I feci splendid, hare a fine appetite, and have gained In w...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 May 1904

V. '.'COL- n Jackson Hi:kai.i. 'B. F. LUSK riniLlKnei: Rntirc t tin pc!ati' m lie-k-'n, itn , fi .wiMnfl-i-ln. n:iiir NnVMin'(r 4. I ICf n ii.r tii" 1 1 kuM.u re ,i f . uwi: .-'or one vrnr I Six iiiotu.is . 1 nrec month .'!.) IAOK-mN, Mo, MAY " '4. CO.NVF.NTION.S. Ki-publicnn Nati'Miiil Conven tion mods at (Jhiciitfo June 21. Confjres-tionfil Convention, t nominate 11 Congresnmtin for tli- fourteenth dintri-t, meet.- at Pop lar niuff May 10. The Republican stute nomiu.it ing convention will be hel l at St. Joseph, July 27th. The Republican Juli-i;il con vention will be held at Jefferson City, Aur. 14th. ANNOUNCEMENTS. KUR SHKKIFr". We nre authorized to anivmno, V, A. Kaire u a eandidute for nheriff of CapeC-irarau county, mibjeet t-j the will A the Kepub-, lican primaries or convention as the central committee may elect. V e are authorized to announce, 1). A. Nichols u.s a candidate f r sheriff of Cape t lirur.leau county Hubject to the will of the Repub lican party. KOli THKASCIU'....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 May 1904

now put forth by the higher critic assaulters are the same old heretical claims of past ages. It will also be shown that theae rationistic arguments go directly to undermine the principles of the New Testament, and later on in the directions it wili also be shown that higher criticism is not witho-it its fa., iiu'ljiing an evoluntary one. Speakers in clude Prof. Howard Osgood of Defense of the Bible. Friends of the bible declare the time to have arrived when as saults upon the scriptures should be repelled. They have organ ized an American Bible league Amerieoti because they propose to inaugurate a campaign that shall extend throughout the na tion; bible because they believe it to be the word of God ; and league because they are banded j Rochester seminary, who was together for an opposition to ine higher critics that they assert is to be both united and deter mined. Recent large meetings of men eminent as instructors of the young, who declare under the guise of critical scholarship...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 May 1904

J i J i! I!: 1 , : ill Si -a i JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. b. v. u;sk..V... , .Publisher Entered at the poetofflco at Jack, ton, Mo., as second class matter No vember 4, 1897. rilONES: Offlee 148 Residence 142 Terms for the Herald arc aa follows: For one yoar 11.00 Fix months SO Tlneo months 8U Advertising Rates: Ijeals 6c per lino each Insertion. Profoslunal Card f5 per year. Legal Advertisements legal rati s. Display ail. rates mail Known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering Prevailing Conditions. CRAIM St. Lbjis. the AViii'at - Nn I red si nt o i.i ss 4'.l' 47 no 411 .10 4 4. 41 4.1 4i .lis Ni. 3 red 1. " No. V linril Xo. :t hnril Cm; - No. 1 mixed " No. :t mixt'il " No. '2 yellow " No. 3 'yellow " Nil. Si white " Ni. 3 white n is No. 2 mixed " No. 3 mixed " No. 'i white " No. 4 white llVK No. i Chicago. Wnr.A r - No. 3 spring " No. 3 soring '."I No ; id tir',' Coiin No. :.' 4a No. yellow Ml 4 'a IS- No. S H7 No. 3 white 43 '4i No. 3 white I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 May 1904

TORNADO DAMAGES M'PHERSON, KAS. Funnel-Shaped Cloud Swoops Down on Town. Causing Panla. MrPhorson, Kan.: A severe, tornado struck MrPhorson Sunday afternoon, demolishing nix residences and caus ing more or less dam a go to other prop erty. Much damage was clone in the country north of here. A funnel-shaped cloud approached the town froio tho pom h. following the course of a raviue. The residence of S. W. Rleff was first struck, and the house, barn and windmill and outbuil t digs were destroyed. All the members af the family es caped except a young mun, who was bruised and scratched. The residence of Mrs. S. P. Fisher was next struck. The building was picked up and tarried a considerable distance and demolished. The family had seen the approach of the storm nnd escaped. The large Fisher apple mi hard w as ruined. The large residence of Archie Urov.n, next in the storm's path, was wrecked. Two of Jirown's daughters were, in jured. One. who wax struck by the coo!; ptove falling upon hi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 May 1904

L-3 s 1 ii 1 v, It jfl I $J i;. W f,; .V' Now ia wilb I of lr'.w- OFFE1 Cash Given Away to Users of We are going to be more liberal than ever in 1904 to users of Lion CoTee. Not only will the Lion-Heads, cut from the packages, be good, as heretofore, for the valuable premiums we have always given our customers, but In Addition to the Regular Free Premiums the ime Llnn-Hearis will entitle you to estimates Id cur $$0,000.00 Grand Prize Content, which will make some ol our patroni rich men and women. Vou inn send in us nmuy estimates a desired. There will be TWO GREAT CONTESTS The first contest will e on the July 4th attendance at -he pi. T.oitla World' Fair; the second relates to Total Vote For t'rcBidrut to be cast Nov. 8, l'JU4. Iiii,,ki.iki will he distributed in each of thee contests, mnking $40,000.00 on the two, and, to make It tnl more interesting, in addition to this amount, we will give a Grand First Prize of S5,0Q0.00 eotitrntH, and thus your eotunnles have two aaaaia"aaaaBB...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 May 1904

THE JAKSN IMlEKALP. VOL. VII. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 12, HUM. NO. 27 q i ntlo at tlio JACKSON STORE. COMPANY, thti placo wlioro tjour dollar qooh fnrtliowt L () C A L S - 11- nl li- . 1.... 11 I .1 mjIM'nunn, im.-j Nhctt.,el.,-d. . atil 2 ;in l M.(irv. Mny Pink Davis of Fruitland called , ,)o on us Monday. ! prepared to practice dentistry in Hon Bant of the Capo was in -. a UxW branches, such as Jackson Monday. ; L.,.own an,i bridge work, fillings J. & P. Coats thread 4c spool ,,fui kinds, porcelain work and at Jackson Store Co. j plates. Mrs. Bryto's work speaks Dr. H. W. Hays of Gordonvillej for itself hy work done in the was in Jackson Monday. 'past. No charge for extracting Rev. A. T. Oshron and family ' teeth when plates are wanted. visited in the Cape Tuesday. i Hoii't f'rget the dates. 20 lbs. best granulated sugar j lor stock peas call on MoAtee for 1.00 at the Jackon Store Co.j Buerkle. Horn, to Sanford MeFerrori, Dr. J. R. Talley is dangerously and wife, on S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 May 1904

THIS TROUBLE AND ? M ': : 1 r'i i r- ; hi!f,-ajli Io Prove what Swamp-Root, the Great Kidney Remedy Will Do for YOU, Every Reader of this paper May Have a Sample Bottle Sent Free by Mall. AVcak nnd unhealthy kidneys tire responsible for more Irkors und mitlerliitf limn uny other disease, therefore, when throii;H uojjloet or other causes, kidney trouble Is permitted to coutluiie, fatal result uro sure to follow. Your other organs may need attention hut your kidneys most, bccati.su they do most and need attention lirst. If you uro niek or "feel badly," begin taking lr. Kilmer' Swanipdioiit, the groat kidney, liver and bladder remedy, because vt nooii uh your khlneys begin to get better they will help all tlia other organ to health. A trial will convince uuyono. Tha mil.l anl immediati) effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot, the great kidney mad tiUddcr remedy, is (on realized. It stands the highlit Inr its wonderful cure of the most distressing cases. Swamp Hoot will set yorr whole svsiem...

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