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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 September 1904

Mrs. Elizabeth H. Thompson, of UllydoJe, NX, Grand Worthy Wise Templar, and Member of W.C.T.U., tells how she recov ered by the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. " Deab Mas. 1'i.tKOAU i I am one of tha many of your grateful friends who have been cured through the tiso of Lydia K. IMnkbam's rgctaMo Compound, and who ran today thank you for the fine health I enloy. When I was thirty-flve years old, I uttered serero backache and frequent bearing-down pains j In fact, I had womb troublo I was very anxious to pet well, nod reading of the cures your Compound had made, I decided to try it. 1 took only six bottles, but it built mo up andcurcd me cutlrely of my troubles. " My family and relatives worn naturally on gratified as I was. My niece had heart trouble and nervous prostration, and was considered Incur able. Plio took your Vorrptable Com pound and it cured her In a short time, nnd she, bceumo well and stronjr, and licr home to her (front joy and her hus band's delight was ...

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

Sprains. 8. A. Reed, Cisco, Tex., writes, Mrch 11, 1001; "My wrist was sprained badly by a fall that it w.is useless; and after using sev ciN.l remedies that failed to give relief, used JJallard's Snow Lini ni nt, and wan cured. I earnestly r-HMtnmend it to any one suffer-' iii!' from sprains." 25c, COc, 81.00 For sale by S. K. Woods. j Notice. j Wo have fruit and shade trees j in large quantities all with an expert entomologist's guarantee J of perfect health. . Also a fine lot of Barred andj White Plymouth chickens, and a! few choicely bred lierkshires almost ready for use. Call, phone or write. Respectfully, Plain view Nckskry, Carl Wallace, Prop., Jackson, Mo. Real Estate Transfers. Im fnvfiKffi (rm m m mok. m m m mivamm. ar mm ai m r m m m mm n zzs a CASH GIVEN AWAY to Usors of LOOM In Addition to the Regular Freo Premiums FFIEE How Would You f ' if Tui.rnn ....... I'M ward Hidden to O. W. Proffer, 40 acres in sees ft and 10, tp r 11, quit claim, $2-10. I K. H. Oliver and wife ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 September 1904

Jackson Herald uc VOL. VII. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. SKPTKMliKIl 15, 11W4. M), 45 The LOCALS 'Yhei '. .'1. 05 to-day. Joe Durden of West Jackson is quite sick. II. J. Kehrena movod into the rock house Tuesday. Go to Sibley's for ice-cream. Walter Garner of Pocahontas lias moved to Jackson. Mrs. Sam Peterman is visiting in St. Louis this week. For cushion tire buggies see Volter. J. F. McLain and wife went to the St. Louis fair Monday. W. II. Miller and wife went to the World's fair Monday. For Sale A good family mare. Apply at this office. Rev. Iloltnn of Oak Ividge was in Jackson a few days last week. Mayor I'.dw. D. Hays had business in Cape Girardeau Mon day. Choice rye seed at MoAtee & Buerkle. Herman Wolter and wife went to St. Louis Tuesday to visit the fair. Ex-Judge Chas. Bartels of Houck was in Jackson last Sat urday. Winter turf oats at NieAtee A 15uerkle. Kdward Bartels of Whitewater had business in Jackson last Saturday. Dr. R. T. Henderson and wife attended the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 September 1904

m IX 1 . ! - J - WVA1U J ... mm JOHN BURT;aZ5SS5' A utter of Th kkfnipitrj MllUooalrcs," CokNMl MMtw'l Doctrine." Etc COFTRI,WT, MIS, 11T I All tictlt COPTBI'IKT, IV01. r TatoisicK ti'H AnAUn I rrMrvrd A. J. Dbsisl ViUDlt CHAPTER XXII Continued. Mm Hurt htul mated himself at IiIh b sk, which ho was putting In order. Piirpriwl at Ham's positive state ment bp turned quickly. He saw Llnkc standing by the door. A shaft, r.f sunlight fell full on his face. His hand was on tho Knob, und he mind motionless as If riveted to the floor There wan that In his expres sion and at tit :! which challenged John Burt'3 attention. :ti!ilr-nta of psychological plienom 'ji miy offer an explanation of the t'titmipable Impression received liy .li'lm D irt, in that moment. His wat he dominating mind; Blskt's tho Hiit J i tiv'. By that mysterious telepathy vl.ir'r i in H-k h analysis and scorns de scription n messniio passed to John Hurt Ho yet lacked the cipher to ti-cnvlutv it. If. dotted no definite w.-i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 September 1904

r S 'i; f ,4 Every housekeeper should linow that If they will buy Defiance) Cold Water starch for laundry use they will save not only time, because It never sticks to tho Iron, but berauso each package contains lti nr.. one full pound whllo all other Cold Water marches are put tip In '(.pound pack age, and the price Is the ramc, 10 cents. Then aulti because Defiance. Klurch Is free from all Injurious chem icals. If your grocer tries to sell you a 12oz. vaekage it is because he has a stock on band which tie wishes to llHM-e of before he puts In Defiance, lis knows thnt Deflanco Starch has printed on every package In large let ters and figures "16 ozs." Demand Defiance and save much time and money and the annoyance of tbe Iron ticking. Defiance never sticks. Knows How to Keep Young. Theodore Thomas, the 'grand ,i man ot the orchestra, who Is In years marly three score and ten, yet ha? the physical vigor of youth. Constant swinging of his arms has given him tho physique of the athlete,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 September 1904

I l i llii'1 m ' . : j i i-l ! 1 i ' i V i if I I Kat llul looo lie llul CATTj Hta Bor IN Cal llu $ Ml Both D Cor Kout Ht T tit edVf V Vi Yl ?! Jackson Hekald. HEIIULICAN IN POLITIC. II. F. LUfK. . . l'UBLIHIIEII FntereC at the pnatnftVe at JnKon, Mo., as cind r ! mutter NoTntjIier . 1"VJ. Term f'r the IIekald re awful lows: for one vrar I-1" Six months .... ',0 I hree month 'W ArVKRTirNo Katkn: Locals fk; rer line i-Hch itiHfrti'in. 1'rote iounl Card 5 per jenr. L tr-tl AilwrtNt-ttienu-hral rate. iiKi!ny ml mti ntHilif known on iippllrat inn. JACKSON. MO., SKIT. IV iw. j REPUEUCArl TICKET. I'.ir I'n -r!.-iii ti i kg i or i ; i ioos i:v I-.LT K,,r Vt.-...T.I'. i.t CM AS. W. FAIRBANKS I'.it lit.vtTtiur CYRCS I'. WALBRIIH'.I-: For I.lMit'ii'Mt-ifv-rnor JOHN C. McKINLKY l or Jt'iTit:il 1 f !littr JOHN i:. SWANGKR Fnr TnMtiihT .J. V. GMKLICH V .r Au'lltor W. W. WILDKR HKRDKUT S. HADLKY I'cT l: 1 1 . r. ' iw.cl i.r. l.i..f l ..iiKiii-.li" t 1- RANK WIG HTM AN I'i.i I'M 1 i -T l:ti . I. i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 September 1904

V. The W. C. T. U. Convention. The seventh annual convention of the W. C. T. U. of the twenty ninth district was held in the Baptist church at Jackson, Mo., August 31 and September 1 and 2 The convention was opened August 31 at 8 p. m. with wel come addresses and words of cheer by the representatives for the city churches, Sunday schools, Young People's societies, schools V. C. T. U. and the L. T. L These addresses were inter spersed with appropriate music, furnishing delightful and in structive entertainment for the evening. The convention proper met at 9:30 a. m. September 1 with 'the president, Miss Roena Shaner, and the recording secretary, Miss Gertrude Belmar at the desk. The meeting was called to or der by the president, who also conducted devotions for the morning. The roll was called by the secretary and the following members responded to their names: Miss Roena Shaner, president; Miss Gertrude Belmar, secretary; Mrs. I. A. Vinyard, superintendent of purity and mothers' mee...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 September 1904

ill w ' ! i 'I ! I :i y ; i. - JACKSON HLiRALD. REPUCL1CAN IN POLITICS. ft. F. LUSK. . Publisher Entered at Itie posiufllee at Jark. on, Mo, ax second-class natter No vember 4, 1897. PHONES: Office .... Residence ...141! ...112 Ttrmi for the H'rald are at follows: rtir one year 11.09 li month 59 Three month 39 Advertising Kates: Ix.cnls fie per (In each Insertion. Profeoloaal Card II per year. Legal Advertlsemontv legal rates. l:Kji!ny ad. rates niarto known on application, e - . i THE MARKET REPORT. A Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Condition. GRAIN St. Louis. tVrimt Nn ? r.'.l SI 11 Nr. ! nil . 1 " Hard winter. N... '.'. . . 1 10 " Nr.. intrr, now . . . . I .00 Cri: - No. '. it i i or 1 i ' No. :: imIn.mI .'.I ' i " No. '.' V I'il'HV . : 4 o. .i ji-ii.hv " No. w bite ' i " No. :) Tvh't' (IAK No. ; mix.. I VI No. '1 111 i frl So. ; w nito .r, No 4 !.,.. :i! i: i: No. : ti Chicago. W hi i No ? kii In ! II No. .1 -piin- 1 11 No v i-nl !.-',' Cons- No r.v. No. follow ''1 1 1...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 September 1904

CORONER BEGINS INQUIRY INTO ST. LOUIS WRECK Jury of Business Men Views Bodies of Victims of Accident. tt. I.oiils: The coroner Monday be gan bin Investigation into Saturday's street car tragedy at the Sarah street crossing of the Wabash tracks, In which seven Snbur1an street car pas senger lost their lives anil a mure or more were Injured. A Jury of rep resentative business men was secured and aworn In. They afterwards vis Hod the different places to which the bodies of the victims had been pre pared lor burial and viewed the re mains. They had to go to Webster ; roves to see the body of M. It. Bris tol. All the others were at undertak ing establishments in the cliy. The hearing of evidence was begun Tues day morning at 10 o'clock and a large number of witnesses has been num moned. Thn Saturday accident, in which a Suburban street car was struck by a Wabash railway train, counts two of Its victims from one business house (it the city, that r the Christian pub lishing, house, 1522 Lo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 September 1904

Sprains. ft. A. Reed, Cisco, Tex writes, ! i.i ' March 11, 1001: My wrist was iiprained badly by a fall that it was useless; and after usint? sev eral remedies that faded to give i n.'lit f, used Ballard's Snow Lini-' n q m-nt, and was cured. I earnestly iv-ommcml it to any ono suffer iiiX from sprains." 25c, 50c, SI. 00 I-'or Wile by S. I'.. Woods. Notice. CASH GIVEN AWAY to Users of l.i 1 i i M ' ! ! V ' ' ' ii ; i I '. ': .5: Wo have fruit and tdiade trees in largo quantities nil with an expert entomologist's guarantee of perfect health. Also a fine lot of Uarred and White Plymouth chickens, and a few choicely bred Herkshires filmnht ready for use. Call, phone or write. K-speetfully, Pl.AINVIKW NCRSERY, Carl Wallace, Prop., Jackson, Mo. Southeast Notes. In Addition fo the Regular Free Premiums "How Would Yoii r to. Toledo, ofonr B Co, if VOOLSON SPA piccco. I'.urglars raided the Piedmont post office about two weeks ago and relieved it of about S2W in and about .S.VM in stamps. Ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 September 1904

Time Jagksn MIemalp. uc VOL. VII. .1 ACKSON. MISSOURI. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 221904. I0. 46 LOCALS Whei.t P1.05 to-day. Mrs. Carl Wallace is on the eick list. The Cape fair will be held this year from October 11 to 16. Go to Sibley's for ice-cream. Dr. W. W. Ford of Whitewater moved to Jackson last Saturday. , Frank Mogler and family at tended the World's fair last week. For Sale A good family maro. Apply at this office. F. A. McGuire, wife and son returned from St. Louis Sunday. Mrs. J. L. Sibley and son are attending the World's fair this week. Choice rye seed at McAtee & Buerkle. Mrs. Hester Wagner is visiting Mrs. Wm. Besel at Oran this week. J. M. Phillips, 'who has been eick with typhoid fever, is get ting better. Winter turf oats at McAtee A Buerkle. Henry W. Hahs of Daisy hud business with the Herald office last week. Ab Ford of Whitewater acci dently shot und killed himself last Saturday. Handsome, hot and handy stoves at Jackson Store Co. II. J. Behrens has been offered ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 September 1904

JACKSON HiiRALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK Publisher Entered at the postofnee at Jack, ion. Mo., as second-class matter N remix 4, 1897. PHONES: Office Hs Residence ' U! Terms for tho Herald arc as follows: For one j'Oir 11.0'j Six months SO Tlireo nninn .30 Advertising Rates: locals 6c per line each Insertion, Profeslonal Card 15 por year. Legal Advertisements legal 'rates. Display ad. rat's itiailo known on application. THE MARKET REPORT. A Summnrlicd Report Covering th Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. Wheat-- No. ml SI U No. 3 roil lid " llar.1 winter. No. 2 l.(i!; " No. 4 winter, new H:. Conx No. 2 mixed No. 1 mixed !1 " No, yellow ri3 ' No. .1 yellow " No. -J white " No. .1 n hit.- M IIat-Xii. 'J mixed 3!1 No, Tl mi veil 32 -. No. - white 3i " No. 4 white 3.".. RK - No. J TJ Chicago. . Win. a i'.- No. S sirinjr SI. 11;; " No. :j spring I 1 - No L' ivil 1. I Coux No. No. .' yellow t.4 dm- No 2 ." 31'i No. 2 white- al't No. .1 w hitc 31 :i Mi - No 2 72 J!ai.i.i.V ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 September 1904

FORGED ELEVATOR RECEIPTS IN BANKS EIGHT MEW LOSE THEIR LIVES IN A GALE ANOTHER MOVE FOR PEACE; JAPANESE ADVANCE ON MUKDEN THE CITY OF MUKDEN. RENEWED ATTACKS ON PORT ARTHUR W. H. Harroun Make Offer of Settle ment to His Creditors. Much Damage to Shipping and Other Property Is Reported, LJapanei turn Attention to Selge Army at Llao Yang Resting IK St. Joseph, Mo.: W. If. Harroun Informed his creditors TuesJny that he is prepared to settle claims of About $1,000,000 upon a cash payment of 30 cents on a dollar. He would jive his notos, due five years hence, for the balance. Tuesday night the creditors were disposed to accept this proposition, and Harroun was given until Friday 'to present evidence showing that he can make good his promises, The creditors will meet him Friday anil announce their final decision. Forced bills of lading were 'not the only Instruments used to secure loans. It has developed that forged ware house receipts were also utilized. Through Harrotin's efforts the bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 September 1904

ii.. ! ii. . i 4 - , 1 0 I this Issue we give the pic ture of the next governor of Mis souri. Brother Adams, you had just as well come out squarely for the Democratic ticket. You are Jo ing the Republican ticket of this county no good, and we are go ing to elect the full Republican ticket over your protest. L. F. Klostkrmann is the Re publican nominee for judge in the second district and he is a good business man, a man who has made a success of his own business and a man who can fathom a large financial problem, hence he is a safe man to place on the county bench. He will be elected. CYRUS P. WALBRIDGE. Jackson Herald. KEPUIILICAN.IN POLITICS. n. V. LUSK.. . I'UHLItfllEK Since the unfortunate ending of the Daily Republican at the . ... i f ... . 1 i I ilupu ii leaves uiuy "lve pomiuai ' papers in the county. The Her I ai.d and Volksfruend laboring for ' the success of the Republican j party and the Cash-Book, Prog j ress and Cape Democrat laboring I for the success of the Democrati...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 September 1904

3 ;3 74 Abscess. W. H. Harrison, Cleveland, Miss., writes, Aug. 15, 1902: "I want to Bay a word of praise for Ballard's Snow Liniment. I stepped on a nail, which caused the cords in my leg to contract and an abscess to rise in my knee, and the doctor told me that I would have a stiff leg, so one day I went to J. F. Lord's drug store (who is now in Denver, Colo.) He recommended a bottle of Snow Liniment; I got a 50c size, and it cured my leg. It is the best lini ment in the world. Abscessess, with few excep tions, nre indicative of constipa tion or debility. They may, how ever, result from blows or from foreign bodies, introduced into the skin or flesh, such as splint ers, thorns, etc. For sale by S. E. Woods. J. M. A. Notes. of . A. He . A. Mr. Thomas Davenport Poplar Bluff visted the J. M, from Saturday to Monday, has a boy and eirl in the J. M . Dr. Crow of Caruthersville, who has a son in the J. M. A., came up Monday and brought another boy, Will McElvain, and placed him in the s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 September 1904

I K: if 1 (I !' I JOHN -BURTllSJSSS Author el Tk KldiuppH Millionaire,' "CoIomI Monro Dectriiw." Ctc. COPTUKIHT. IJ, lT I AM rtirhlH I OOPTHmMT, lIJ. lit FRXDBittcK Ul'IliM ADAMS I rCMrvial I 1 J, UHUIIi illUtllil CHAPTER XXIV Continued. Tbfijr drolled into the corwcrvatory. 1 For the first timo he waa alono with Jesale Carden, and a icnse of exalted happiness surged over him. Blake bad formulated no plan of campaign for the conquest of Jessie Carden. The light of her.eyea and the radiance of her beauty were to him aa lgnoi fatul, and drew him on. Ho talked of California and of Rocky Woods, but bis eyes spoke lovo and hla deep rich voice waa tender. Fair woman is seldom blind to tho spell east by her charms, and It Is probablo that Jessie was aware of Illake's admiration ; but Kho neith er recognized nor took advantage ot It. Though he knew that the odds wore overwhelmingly agninst him, and that one false step meant Irre trievable defeat, bo phut bis eyes to tho perils which encompa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 September 1904

Swiss Glacier. In Switzerland the studies of many years bare determined the fact Bnslly that the glaciers are not only steadily receding, but that their rate of reccf Ion li bocomlng greater each year. There are only a few glaciers that till trow. The Voveye glacier In Canton Wallls la the only on that har Increaied tine 1892. The famous Rhone glacier ha receded almost 800 yard since 187a. Important to Mother. Kxnreloe carefully ewry boltle of CASTOTtTA, Ufa and aura rsmetly for Infanta and children," ana esm van it tljpiatara of la I'M For Over 80 Yanra. The Kind Yoa Have Alwnrs Bouclit. Favored Education of Women. Th bequest of Prof. Jacobl of Ben Hn In th interest of coeducation li said to b th first of Us kind ever made by a man. He has bequeathed 10,000 mark to the University of Her Mn with the proviso Hint the univer sity shall not come Into possession ol th money until at least two depart meuts are open to women as regular students. Thois Who Have Tried It will tire no other....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 September 1904

Dental Notice. I have located in Oak Ridge as a RESIDENT DENTIST. Will practice dentistry in all its branches. Examination and con suhation free. Office at Central hotel. Dk. Joseph It. Howard. CASH GIVEN AVAY to Users of St. Louis A San Francisco Ry. Special coach excursions to world's fair. ?3 from Cape Gi rardeau and return. Date of sale, Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednes day and Thursdays during Sep tember, 1904. Final return limit seven days from date of sale. J. F. Neal, Ticket Agent. To the People of Missouri. The World's Fair city won dis tinction in the enthiiHiasm and attendance displayed in celebrat ing St. Louis day. Unstinted praise is due the people of that enterprising metropolis. Missouri should emulate the I'.viwi.ple of St. Louis, in appre ciation of the greatest industrial exposition of the age. The opportunity will soon be afforded. The Missouri commission and the Louisiana Purchase Expo sition company have set ap;irt Tuesday, October 11, as Mis souri day. It will be the...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 September 1904

Supplement to the . . . JACKSON HERALD. JACKSON. MO., THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 22, 1904. FOLK ID THE STATE STAND TAKEN BY THE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE BE FORE, AND AFTER. HIS NOMINATION FOR GOVERNOR. Hon. Bert D. Nortoni's Speech, Reciting the Conditions Which Led Folk to Oppose Machine Government at Jefferson City, Makes Interesting Reading, in View of Folk's Recent Indorsement of Cook and Allen and His Deal for a Working Al liance With Hawes and Seibert. When Mr. Folk was makiDg his cam paign, for the Democratic nomination for Governor of Missouri, he deliber ately chose the pose of an anti-machine reformer, and bitterly scored the SUte Ring, referring to the corrap tlon at the State capital as on a par with the boodllng in St Louis. He was squarely against the machine and received the support of honest Demo crats and Republicans alike, for his fearless course. SINCE HIS NOMI NATION, MR. FOLK HAS, JUST AS DELIBERATELY, CHOSEN THE ROLL OF A MACHINE POLITICIAN AND HAS MADE A WORKING ALLI ANC...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 22 September 1904

XT 5 c . i fc - . -..--1 rts,1(Tnf!jft same ticket with, sumo of men who were exposed and denounced j tn this speech. Mr. Norton! said: "Can we wonder at the conditions discovered by Mr. Folk In the State House when we recall the recent his tory of the dominant party in Mis souri? Should we be amazed at barter and sale and corruption underneath and overhead and on all sides of us when we stop for a moment to look at and meditate upon the standard of moral rectitude carved out by the hands of this false leadership and em blazoned upon the banner of this great party of Jefferson for its guidance and direction in this state? "We have seen its managing com mittee soliciting and receiving $2,000 from one lobbyist representing great corporations and falsifying the records by crediting the amount as coming from the State Chairman, and this, too. when his party and its leaders were to all appearances waging war on this same lobbyist. "We have seen its managing com mittee accepting $0,000 fr...

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