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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 August 1904

H CASTING TROUBLE ON ANOTHER. Oov. Chamberlain Relate Clever Story to the Filipinos. Got. Chamberlain of Connecticut, at dinner In Bridgeport to the Philip pine commissioners, condemned the practice of extricating one' aelf from a trouble by canting the trouble upon another's shoulders. "Don't be like the man with the ram," he said. And then, as no one seemed to understand the allusion, he went on: "The man I refer to stood In the middle of a lonely road, holding by Us massive, crooked boms a hugo ram. " 'Will you oblige me.' he said to a passing youth, by holding this ram til! I open the gate behind meT It la fastened on the Inside, and I find must climb over It.' "'Sartln, stranger.' said the youth, and he took Arm grip on the ram's enormous horns. "The man . backed off, smiling strangely. "Thank you.' he said. "You will perhaps be surprised to hear that I never saw that ram till to-day. The brute attacked me an hour ago, and ve have been struggling here ever since. As long as you...

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. — 25 August 1904

- l?l Tl CATTl Val f Hto . Bui I J o : Hii ! Mi: I U, .1 u ( Bnsl i m, i : HW I Vrrn '; f i Coi ,i -Eoi l ; 1UX rb 'J r ci , 1 ' it Vl v j frwnu J n II Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IS I'OLITICS. 1$. F. LUSK.: . l'VHMSHKR Rntr at Ihr jxt"ltt- t .lin-mum. Mo. 4ii onofli-tHM mutter Niivrmhr 4. IMC. Terms fur the IIkhald ure hh fol lows: irmonth::::::::::::::"";i : Three month- hi 14" 14 1 Jackson, mo., n.rsr IIKM. REPUBLICAN TICKET. I'.tt rr'-llMit T 1 1 KOI 0 R K ROOS K V 1 XT tnr Viff-rn "Idi'iit CHAS. W. FAIRBANKS Kr Oovtrnnr CYRUS P. WAL BRIDGE , For I,l-utfii;itit-'iivrinir JOHN C. McKlNLKY 'ir f'f'rttmy if niU' JOHN E. feV ANGER Tri-.i-nn r J. F. G.MKL1CH I'ur Atnlttur V. W. WILDKR 1 ' i r A i lori' y Ornrml I1KRBKRTS. HADLEY For Itnllniiul si ml Wum:Imiut l.'unifiilhsiiiinT FRANK' WIGMTMAN I'ur I'rt -lili'filiul El. i lnf.-iH-liirifi- I). M. HOUSKR LAWRKNCE M. JONES KltttK t'Hy I'ur lii'U'i' Kiifi-iift 4'ity 'niil nf Aptx itls J. M. JOHNSON Kut (ntitrr- Uih I i -f r it V. T. TYNDA...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 August 1904

Notice. All parties knowing themselves Indebted either by note or ac count are requested to call and settle by September 1. C. II. W'OLTKR. Want Washerman. New York lam: dry managers In ad vertising (or new hand, now state: "No women r.eod apply." Men who go out waidiing have been growing more and more numerous. The washerman, it I Raid, ran Ret through more work In less time than the washerwoman. Missouri State Normal School. THIRD DISTRICT. Fall opening, Tuesday, Sep tember 13, 15)04. . Well equipped departments in English Language and Literature History, Mathematics, Physics Physiography, Chemistry and Agriculture, Biology, Nature Study, Latin, Greek, German, French, Elocution, Manual Train ing, Drawing, Music, and Peda gogy. Elementary Normal Certificate is a limited State Certificate. Normal Diploma is a life State Certificate. For further information or cat alogue address V. S. Dearmont, PRESIDKNT Southeast Missouri Normal. And That 8ht la Interesting. If a young man ran tell ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 August 1904

Is N. Catti Ug' SUM Moi Fat run Cal" Unl llons lloi Jlul SlIKKl ClM CATTl Pal 8to 1 nn Hcl Cal j c, u: Ml: 5 Us i BhM M ate Ben i Col jj Koni J Ha S tu ;i Cll IB 3 VI ; Yt ! ! JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. b. r. Lira rubJKhw Entered at th poetoHce at Jack on, Mo., s aeccBd-clasa matter No emln' 4, 1$97. PHONK3: Offle H Residence Ill Terms for the Herald are follows: For one ;r SI .00 Bit months 50 Three twn-ths ... JO Advertlslsg Rates: Locals c pet Hoi each Insertion. Profceiooal Card IS iwr year. Legal Advertisements- legal rmtr. Display ad. raise known on application. , THE MARKET REPORT. A Sum anred Report Covering the Prevailing Condition. GRAIN St. Louis. "tVftr.AT Xo ! rd 1 Ol No i rt ! " Hard wiri r. No.-; 1 OOi " Nd 4 atiiiVr. h" '' Coitv N'o. 2 mi..! '4V,' " No. 1 :nl ted " No. a ;.. !!' -i ' .i .1 velon- 51' " No J hit V. ' No. 1 wliii. '. '(At.. No. .1 ii, i I .11 " No. S inlj,-l UA " No. ' V. !lil4? 'Vi No. 4 nl.it.i VI liVK-Nu. 3 7J Chicago. Wiir.AT --No 1 i-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 August 1904

FIRE ON TRAIN LOAD OF LEITER MINERS EAST SIDE PACKERS HAVE BUSY THREE DEAD AND OVER A SCORE JAPS GAIN NEW POSITIONS IN SEIGE G. A. R. ENCAMPMENT OPENS AT BOSTON One Hundred Thousand Persona Gath er In City to Attend Encampment. DAY INJURED BY STORM IN ST. LOUIS Striker Deny All Responsibility for Act Steal Car Sent Out. Claim They Received Mors Than 25,000 Animals Tuesday. Battle Lulls While Terms of Surren der Are Offered Qen. Stoessel. Benton, III.: Trouble of a serious nature occurred at Christopher Thurs day moraine between nonunion men and the striking miners. A special train left Eldorado Thursday tnornlug at 1 o'clock, reaching Christopher at 4 o'clock. When the train was half a mile out of Christopher, en route to Zlegler, It was fired upon, about twen ty shots taking effect In the Bide of the coach. Three of the guards were hft, one on the wrist, one tn the neck and one back of the car. All of the shots were glancing and the wounds are not serious. Sheriff Stein drove to th...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 25 August 1904

September Number New Idea Woman's Magazine. An article on "The Modern Nursery," by Mildred K. Smith, and the fourth number of "Per dim's Problem," by Alice Chit tenden, are t) be features of special interest in the September number of the New Idea Woman's Magazine. These two papers are of instant value to all home makers in their practical sugges tions and helpfulness. Both are p'i"tographieally illustrated. Miss fury's articles on "Physical Cul ture" are letters written out of the sound knowledge of long ex perience in her special lino of work, and may be depended upon ns absolutely reliable in every detail. These articles are illus trated in such a way as to illumi nate the specific directions given in the text. "Fashions in Shirt Waists" and "Novelties in Men's Wear" are feature articles in the fashion department, which is to! I... .-I I l... 1 U. .Ll I'marjjfu iitfiii;eirwiiru Hit? addition of another color plate. From Oriole. r-v y i 1 v j iiiiit it i i i 1 i i CASH GIVEN AWAY ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 September 1904

a Jagksn MAW). M ! VOL. VII. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY. SKPTKMIIEU I, 1WH. NO. 43 Trado at tlio JAOKSON STORE GOMPANY. tho plnco whor,o ijour dollar goos farthest 1904 A DOUBLE'. EVENT 1904 Time m : S m Will be our opening of Fall and Millinery Goods, Friday and SaturdaySeptember I) and 10, at which time we will put forth every effort to surpass all former records, and to show goods and prices for fall and winter that should interest everv buy er. Our Millinery Department Will he in charge of threw competent ladies that will have a large stock of up-to-date goods to show. We have secured the best sales lady and trinier that could he had and they will take charge ahont September 1. Don't fail to see them September J and 10. Stylish Dress Goods. Hetter than ever before. Hought right and will be sold right. New shades and weaves in CIVILIANS. COVKIITS, IMV A I)CL TJIS, Sf )CKL(IS, MOHAIRS, SKlKiKS. CHKViOTS, OXFORD SUITINGS, ZIHA LIN KS. Two reasons why we can sell goods cheap. Kiiis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 September 1904

II II I1 ?1 w 1 J MI 'if s 1 : K-: JOHN BURT j ?phame ADsf Author ot "Tb kidnapped MIMmlrM," "Col ami Monro Dictrim." Ct. oopTRionr, wot, bt ? All rtchta CoprmionT, wn. bt rit)mi Ui-mam Adams tBHTTCd A. J. I)nn Bimtl CHAPTER XXI Continued. !cnoral Carden applauded vigor otily and demanded an encore. The trio Rang several songs, and the old soldier lay back In hi arm-chair and lot hi mind drift back to tho hour whtn the ono of whom Jessie wan tho Imago lifted her sweet voice In tho ballads ho loved to hear. At his re quest they Rani; "Douglas, Tender and True." "Robin Adair," "Tho Ulno Hi lls of Scotland," "Annlo Laurie," ami several old war songs. Then Jesslo proposed a rubber of whist, and in the cut she, became the liartner of James Blnke. Jesslo Iplnyi d well nnd Ihey defeated tho genera! and Edith. "Von don't know what a victory we "have won!" declared Jennie, her oyea i-pii'MIng with pleasure. "Papa and Kilith think themselves Invincible, anil iMh Ih their flrnt defeat. Let's r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 September 1904

I I :3 BACKACHE AND DIZZINESS Host of th AllmitnU familiar to tta Female Bra ara Una to Catarrh of Fetole Uriiu. lisp s j , , . . S't . W. . . . ... l 99 Eleventh Street, I Af7-ukre, W7f. f "4 short time ago I found my con dition very serious, I had headaches, paint In the back, and frequent dlaw) spell which grew worse every month. I tried two remedies before Peruna, and waa discouraged when I took tbt first dose, but my courage toon returned. In less than two montht ipy health waa restored, "Mrs. M, Brick ner, Tho reason of so many failures, te rnrn ensos simitar to theabnve is the fact that diseases FEMALE TROUBLE NOT RECOGNIZED AS CATARRH. peculiar to tho female ner are not commonly nvoirnizeil us beiiitf mused y catarrh. Catarrh of ono organ ia exactly the name as catnrrh of any other orpan. What will cure catarrh of the head will also euro catarrh of the pelrie orpans. 1'ernna cures theso cases bimply be cause it cures the catarrh. If vou have catarrh w rite at onec to fr. lla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 September 1904

CATTt i Kai J 8U 5 nm j llel Ita f Hoot 1JI Bmrt j M. Cat (Hi Jackson Heuald. RKri'BLICAN IS lfiMTlC. IJ. F. LITSK. . I't'BMftlIKH f.at-Trc t 111 Jstritwiii. Mo. tt iWnit-rl llmtfrr iieni'f Tortus for the Hkkai.d re a fol lows: For one year f,t months 1 lirce niontli" . I l.nO OfH'f Kvstili'U.'v. :: JACKSON. H., SKIT. 1. V-- REPUBLICAN TICKET. - .r I'n'-l.'.CHt Ti 1 1:0 dork noos i : v i ;lt l,.r V . .--fi v -I.l.-i.t CHAM. W. FAIRBANKS I .tr ijiivi ni'.r cyri'.s i waldridgk I -r Ll.it f,.ifit-fi"V ;n..r JOHN C. McKINLKY K-r !!'. irlU'-y f "('At' JOHN K. SWANCKK l'..r Ti' :i-iir-r .1. F. GMKLICII I i,r A '.'i!ti.r w. w. wilder I-'.ir A II..! i. y Li r:. I herlert s. ha dee y 1 ..I II:. III., ul Hilt W.iH l.'i' - I ".I--" I' FRANK W I i HTM AN '.. I '. -.. Iilil.l Kir- l..r--:i -l:.r.-.' D. M. JI'd'SER .-I lawre.vi: m. .kni-;s i ,i r: -j - i' ' I ,.t -.ii-t. I . :.!- HENRY LAMM . I 1. 1. 1 :!.: M I.. IH- ''!;rl '.f Ali :il i:i:!.'T !. NORTON! I .il J iil.i K .:. ' I'.T ' 'it' -t A J....

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

..-A ;.; i' -. a I S Additional Local. Miss Florence Betten, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Betten of the Cape, was married to Wade H. Boone of New York. The ceremony took place at Nan tucket, N. Y., on August 20. The railroad committee for tl e Houck road to Fredericktown have ascertained the amount of money that it will take to pur chase the right of way, and the mayor of, Fredericktown will soon call a meeting of the citizens to raise the money. Call in and see the new fall street hats and new line of rib bon, etc. Everything up to date at Morgan ;Hisi.ers. Carl Wallace of the Pluinview nursery is at the Cape in the in terest of his business, tie also expects to take in other points on the Frisco. Mr. Wallace un derstands his business and he is meeting with marked success. Dr. A. L. Bryte and wife will be in Jackson till September 1, at Whitewater September 2 and 3. Teeth extracted without pain. Call on them. Geo. I. Reeves, entomologist, of the experiment station of Colum bia, h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 September 1904

' s'l.i.ii 'ID ll mi I' c'lj! " N u ,!r;; ii 'I; t JACKSON IIEKaLD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. a r. lusk. .Publisher Entered at tbo postofflce at Jack ton, Mo., as second-class matter Ni veraber 4, 1897. PHONES: Office 14$ Resident 142 Terms for the Herald are a follows: . Tor one year 11.00 lx month .' 60 Three month SO Advertising Rales: Locals c por line each Insertion, Profeelosal Card It per year, tergal Advertisement- legal rates. Display ad. rates mad known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. Wheat-No. S red SI 13 No. 3 red... 1.11 " lliird winter. No. 2.... 1.11 " No. 4 winter, new. .. . 1 .OA Corn No. 2 mixed !4 " No. .1 ml.ed S3 " No. 2 yellow .'.4 " No, 3 yellow r.l " No. L' white St " No. 3 while :..t Oats -No. mixed 3."i " No. 3 mixed 34 " No. white Hi No. 4 white 34'; Ilvfc No. -i 74 Chicago. Wiikt- No ; spring SI.1J " No. 3 .spring 1 .o" No '.' reil J.l-,",- oils - No. 2 M' ' No. 2 yellow !."( Ovis -...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 September 1904

FORTY-FIVE HURT IN TRAIN WRECK JAP. GUNS PREPARE WAY FOR GENERAL ASSAUTL COMMUTE OF CHICAGO ALDERMEN SHANGHAI TANGLE IS . STILL UNSOLVED JAPS BREAK RING OF FORTS ON BOTH SIDES OF CITY FAIL TO SETTLE THE STRIKE Chicago-Kansas City Passenger Plung es Into a Ditch. Incessantly Pour Destructive Fir Inio City and Harbor. America Hope to Avoid Being Drawn Into the Dispute. Repair to Russian Warships Ordered 8toppe4 by Chines Taotal. 'J Princeton. Mo.: In a wreck of west licnin.i Rick'-lsland passenger train No. 3. Chicago to Kansas City, at Crusher ville, throe miles south of this city, at 3:39 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, forty-flvo persons were Injured, two of them seriously. That many were not killed outright la considered almost miraculous, as two passenger coaches loaded to the limit plunged Into a ditch, the amoklng car, with more than eighty passengers, turning com pletely over and rolling down a twenty-foot embankment. The mail car was turned over and throw to oho side of the track ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 September 1904

HIM urn win: Sprain. 8. A. Keel, Cico, Tex., writes, Miirch 11, H01 : "My wrist was pjim'nwd badly ly a fall thm it w.ts useli-M, and after using ssv" rai rertiedi- that failed to give r'.-iVf, used Hailard's Snow Lini iridit, arvl vuih cured. I earnestly fcommend it to any one Buffer ing from sprains." 25c, oOc, S 1 .X For sale by M. Wood. Quarterly Meeting. CASH GIVEN AWAY fo Users of u LOO FF Tne four;h quarter) confer ence for Pocahontas circuit will fiivt at Mcl.ttin's chapel Hen- l:m!xT 11. Uov. M. U. Chap man, D. I)., will preach Satur day, September 10, at 11 a. rn. There will be a basket dinner and .ld folks service on Sunday. The ! fiffi ial member will p!eae be j on hand. . j Abscess. V. II. Harrison, Cleveland, j Mws., writer, Aujr. h'l, V))2: "I j want to nay a word of praise for ' lii!;ird's Snow Liniment. I; Ht-;ed on a nail, which canned j the cord in my !c;' to contract and an abii.-e-iM to rli-e in my k ft ., ai.d the doctor t-.11 n.e that Ij would have u stiff h-y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 September 1904

Jackson TOE UC, VOL. VII. JACKSON. M1SSOUUI, TIIUllSDAY. SKPTEMHKlt 8, Ii04. InO. 44 L C A L S Whe-iSl.OO to-day. 'xue jjuulic school opened Mon day. Go to Sibloy'a for ice-cream, j Albert Mueller went to St. Louis last Thursday. For cushion tire buggies see Wolter. P. P. C. Grain of Oak Ridge made our office a pleasant Tues day. For Sale A good family mare. Apply at this office. VV. S. Rhodes and A. F. Abbot of Fredericktown had business in Jackson Tuesday. Choice rye seed at McAtee & Buerkle. Alvin Milde and Chas. Graef went to St. Louis yesterday to visit the World's fair. Winter turf oats at McAtee & Buerkle. G. M. Short and son of Aeorn Ridge, Stoddard county, were visiting in this county last week. Fruit cans, water, melons and groceries at McAtee & Buerkle. Chas. TJlrich of Houck tells us that his clover seed turned out four bushels to the acre. Who can boat it? Red top, timothy seed, fire hard grass and barley at McAtee 4 Buerkle. Mrs. B. M. Morgan left Tues day ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 September 1904

m m .r in: Tl i i i i r-jj II i t CATfJ Vai HU It IT HeS Cm Cl ltu II oat Mt Ui lin fin Ml 814 i; Btm !) tkr EotM llAt Ti Cll j La lavi ! y ; y Y. r i JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. r. LUSK. .Publisher Enterod at the postolfice at Jack, on, Mo., an second-class matter No ember 4, 1897. PHONES: Office 148 Residence , 142 Terms for tho Herald are aa follows: For one year $1.00 Iz months , SO Three months 34 Advertising Rates: Local a 6c per Hoe each insertion. Profealoaal Card 15 per year. I.' gal Advertisements- legal rates. Display ad. rates mad known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering Jit Prevailing Condition. GRAIN St. Loult. Wnr-AT-No. 3 red. !1 10' No. .1 rril I .! " Hani winter. No. ?.. . . 1 07'f " No. I winter, new. ... 1 .00 Ooitx No. ? mixed M'i " No. II mixed .'i-'-i " No. yellow .'i.'l!,- " o 3 yellow .V',1,' No. 'J white "tV1 " No. 3 white OAT-- No. V inisc.l a.v; " No. :i mi xeil 1- 1 1 " No. white a:. ' No. 4 while. 1.1 1!vk No....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 September 1904

RUSSIAN-GERMAN. ALLIANCE RUMORED SNOW PREDICTS WHEAT SHORTAGE THE RUSSIAN ARMY IS FORCED STRIKE INCREASES STRIKERS IN RIOT . i AT EAST ST. LOUIS INSTEAD OF ENDING TO ABANDON LIAO YANG Asserts Czar It Disposed to Aid the Kalisr in Several Section. Estimates Entire Yield Will Be Little Over 530,000,090 Bushels. Donnelly Declare He Will Call Out Switchmen at Btock Yard. 1. .'. tie Attack 8veral Street Car Carrying Breaker to Their Home. St. Petersburg: Rumors that a Russo-German alliance ia practically superseding the RussoFrench alliance are gaining In consistency, and are attracting the attention of the students of International affaire. The old distrust of radical France I re viving. Some of the czar's most responsible advisers fear that political events niRy happen In France at any moment that would rob the alliance of all real value. Russians say that If the Combes government should succumb to a radical coalition Clemenceau would succeed to power. Clomenctnu Is the traditional ene...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 September 1904

Jackson Hekald. RKrUBLlCAN IN POLITICS. B. V. LUSK.. . PunLtsiirii Enmfi-C t the p"t'iW'- Jnrnon, Mo. a. wcnDil-eln ointur Nirrembrr . l7- Term for the 1Ibrau are a fol- For one year l.C0( 8t months ; 1 hree months :,(' OHIi'e Ketiltlcrtcft.. . u" JACKSON. MO., SF.fT. 7. mi. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For l'r'til'iit THEODORE ROOSEVELT , .r Vl.v-I'r.-Iili nl CHAS. W. FAIRBANKS r Utivi-rriui- CYRUS P. WALBRIDGE Fur Hi'iiit'niiiit-'i"Vt ti.r JOHN C. McKINLEY I'nr Si-i-ic-mry i.f suite JOHN E. SW ANGER Fur Tri'iinrev J. F. GMELICH Fur Auilltnr W. W. WILDER I'nr Att'irm y tiinr;il Herbert s. hadley Fur Uiillr I mill Wiiri-l.ni-e 1 imiinll'irr FRANK WIGHTM AN I'nr I'ti tili iii li l.lci-lir-:i'-liirii' D. M. HOUSER Si I.I, UN L AWRENCE M. JONF.S K:iii-:i- II y Fur riipH'iM- .ln.lji' HENRY LAMM I ur JiHlirt- st. I.iml t niirt nf Aih-iiU BERT I. NURTONI I i.r JiuliH' Kim-ii- I'ny rum! of Appi'iiN .1. M. JOHNSON l"nr l',,n,ir. Ilih HI' II I. 'I W. T. TYNDALL J 1 1 r i;t'iri-j.'i(tativi' F. E KIES F...

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

Neglected Cold. Every part of the mucous mem brane, the nose, throat, earn, head and lungs, etc., are subject ed to disease and blight from START AM KERB GARDEN Fortunes in Ginseng, Golden Seal and Senega all valuable medical plants. Easily grown and hardy throughout the U. 8. neglected colas. Liallura s rlore- Always a ready market and de- hnnnil Hvpnn in a nlensHnt nnH . .. r i effective remedy. 25c, 50c, 81.00. V. Akendrick, Valley Mills, Tex., writes: "I have used Ballard's Horehound Syrup for coughs and throat troubles; it is a pleasant and most effective remedy." For sale S. E. Woods. from MNIerville. Here wo are again, after wait ing a long time for something to turn up. It has not rained over here for more than a week and we are getting rather dry. Farmers still keep plowing for wheat. Some are done and oth ers just getting well under way. Blacksmiths are busy every day repairing plows, wagons, horse shoeing , etc. Geo. V. Miller and family spent week before last in the Worl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 September 1904

: !, Hi Bon Co? Komi 11a Tt t Oi yi Yt Y rt L, john BURTiliasyas Autkor of Th KMaspfw JMUIonsIrt." "Coteaal Moans' Doctrine," Ctc OorTBinnr. tB, nr I All rlihu I Coptbiibt, WO. T pBiDNitn Ui'BAK Autu I reurvml I A. J. Unin BlODll CHAPTER XXII Continutd. Tbo moment fur ctlon bail arrived for James Dlnke. Mo compressed his tip", strode through the room and a moment later entered John's office. In the final struggle passion was tri umphant, and he nerved himself as best he could for the ordeal. John Hurt looked up. The haggard expression on Blake's face alarmed Mm. "What's happened, Jim? You're rale as a ghost!" "It's a tooth," said Blake, rubbing his hand tenderly over his face. "I'm ltd right now, but It gave nio a bad right. The dentist drew It this morn Inn. I dined with General Cardcii. I I suppose " "Has Jessie returned? Did you see her, Jim?" "Miss Cnrden has r.ot returned, but she Is expected to sail next Tuesday." said I) I like, nervously lighting a ci gar. "I had hoped to br...

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