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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 November 1904

3 5 .r fi) 5 3 3: B S - -1" a 5 5 c r - H - 3 5 ?;?'55J "2C?S . 3; r 5 a . , tr 1 2 Supplement to the . . . JACIiSG Cg HERALD. JACKSON, MO., THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 3, igo.i. GROSS FRAUDS ARE SHOWN IN REGISTRATION. How the Lists Were Padded in "Snake" Kinney's Ward The j "Snake" and Folk Are On the Same Ticket Will the Bogus Names Be Voted by EuUer "Indians" for Folk as Well as for Kinney? Joseph V. Folk Got This Kind of Vote When lie Ran for Circuit Attorney. The Republican State Committee's 1 " 'XAKE" KINNEY IN' AT ELEC investigation of the fraudulent, reeis- istration in ft. Louis shows that in the Fourth ward a'one the verified list of illegally registered names contains evidence of gross frauds in at least 2.o cases. In the Fifth precinct f this ward the offl rial returns give 494 names as regis tered. Of this number 349 are bogus the names returned as fraudulent were the names of persons who have no ordered stricken off the lists Bt'T exister-ce in fart or of persons who 1 THE .'PI...

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. — 3 November 1904

' o s 9 ?i 3 . Ill 2 - 75 the ' i!.,i.i,.;, H.-tion of II,.. Circuit protein into t!io r I rat !in frauds "Til a succecrlincr rarai-auh th !( fmhiic quoted mo t-s saWns- that 'Mr Hancock has slio'.vn hitm-df wi'!:ny ami zealous j,i searching for irro. srnlaritiep and in taking steps to c!p?i the IlSt."!. '-W!ii!e the Republic correctly quot ed in-- in my unequivocal endorsement of Assistant Circuit Attomcv fian cee u s won; in connection with theip. f. P.n'ler evidence of registration frauds rather-; Albert Pr-rL-.T ' e.l at creat post by the Republican j Mike flmsan :-iare i omimiTfo. unassisted !y the Chas po'.ice, and submitted to th Grand Jury, that paper conveys tin' impres sion in the first sentence quoted that I endorsed the action of lhe circuit A'torney's oITice in prohinir registra tion frauds. ' lOf 't 'trlel; ' vi;:;,n ' J "l.-Cartv F t'l'tman '. . . G.O. '..ferf. 619 Market Street. Name. R'.'t. Alshnry Phillin AVap A. Proiva Ryrne John Costello Thos. C.nrov Wm Cull, n M...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 November 1904

'2 c a" ;J " s i "S " e - ; - -5 : It?. 4 1 1 '; Estimate Harry E. Hawes, Who Has Been Named by Folk and by the Demo cratic State Committee to Mannge the Folk Forces in St. Louis, Reviews the Democratic Candidate's Political History A Vivid Character Sketch of a Scheming. Hypocritical, "Practical" Poli tician by the Man Who Is Expected to Elect Him An Address Delivered for Democratic Ears Becomes Important Because Folk Has Placed Its Author in the Foremost Position in the Campaign In nlarintr Iho record of J.eph W. ; Folk. Democratic candidate fur gov. r nor. b fore the people of Missouri.; Republican leaders and editors have: invariably quoted from Democratic an-; thorities in support of the contention ; tlii't Folk is rot the sincere reformer he pretends to he and that he Is the! p.-rsor.ificatinn of hypocrisy and ' ceit. As a final contribution to mis dopar'tient of political h'story we sub-1 mit an estimate of Folk hy the lead ing yo'stis Democrat of St. Ixiis. Mr. Harry R Hawes...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 3 November 1904

:r """ - : -i c a -3 ji r II -" 5? I til ? t'l - - - - : i ; 5 I i 4 ? i j '5 ? i 5 H 5 t 1- 1 s not ;7tctrd I rnni ho refns " .. mat- I tlcrinrf of his into court. or circuit judges ordered the ballot boxes opened, the bat'ets counted and compared with the registration I'st. thus destroying the secrecy of the ballot Mr. Folk went personally to the Supreme Court, and was the first man to apply for a writ of prohibition directed against the circuit judges, j preventing the opening of the boxes.; the counting and comparing of the I rfini:ili;it l lio m?v rertson tint has imf know . , , , r ,1 1-..1L ' f ,l!,,r,. t.. K,m,l l-.n..or,.(. i-.,r: fho l, n,.rvic Slate an ' ri.v i to come to the ns ; . ,nrlv Wen il r-:l'.-, , ' ,'b:,t sunerf "' the Mm. V'-r;;..- !. !,- too close 'y : ' ' ' """" personally the -fr'i-ied af " present -imn with K-i , 7. n 01 TnP KopnMioan papers In St. publicans, because ho has gathered I .!is'. around him to-dav In political sunport Thls ,acit 'rade liy which ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 November 1904

The Jackson Mekald IN THK INTKRKST OF THK PKOPI.K AND THE RKPUULICAN PARTY $1.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE VOL. VII. 'JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. NOVKMBKU 10, HUM. iNO. .V2 h O C A L S H. K. Knglish is in St. Louis thin week. It i8 stuted that J. J. Itussell oneodes his defeat in the four teenth district. Monroe Brown of Pocahontas, who has been in tho hospital at Furmington, returned home last week. We vive this week the offi cial vote of the ci.unty. Next ' tembl,p J- 1SK)4 week we will irive full vote of! Halved, That we Wheat $1.05 to-day. G. Miltenberger went to St. Louis Tuesday. Chas. Query came home from Chicago to vote. Silas Gladdish of Osceola, rk.. is in town. Col. T. W. Birmingham is still ! .... .l-i. a!f1 liut I """"" state and county. M. J. Hickson of the Cape whs , ... , , 1 I arren Mabrey and wife of in town Tuesday. j ,lurfordville attwndt,d churt.h at Louis Pepper was in town the ,he Methodic church Sunday first of the week. 'night. Mrs. Fritz Madge is quite sick ! Ke...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 November 1904

HI if JOHN BURTBSJHSSS Author g! Tb k'ldnipprd Millionaires," "Colonel Monroe's Doctrine," Etc. CopTiiiiiHT. tw, pv All riuhtu CoPTninirr, fir Frxdihii k tlriiAM Adams reiervcxl A. J. Ditaxat, DlDiif.s CHAPTER XXXII Continued. "Tho hotel furnishes matches," re sponded Hlake, coolly. "Here's a match," said Klngsloy. 'Thanks, old chap." Morris calmly struck a light and, holding the bright new thousand -dollar note n few foot (roin Wake's head, ho I united it. "Very clever, Morris," mild Hlake, replacing his pockotbook. ".Must be a new sensation to burn my money? IHrl you burn your fingiTB again Morris?" "Don't Co too far with me, Illake!" Morris cxehiilned. "I'll not sjiind for It, do you hear? I've lost, and I'm still a gentleman; you've won, and are yet a cad! You've taken my money and won tho woman. Keep tiwny from me." "I didn't seek thl Interview." mild ll'iiko. his faca flushed with rising Bilker, "but since it's to be our la.-t one, I'm E'lint? to tell you soinet him;. I've not...

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. — 10 November 1904

' v v I Younar women mav avoid mnrli slrlr- oung women may avoid much sick- iness ana pain, says Miss Alma rratt, it !they will only have faith in the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. ' "Dear Mn. Ptnrjt am : I feci It my luty to toll nil vonni? Trnmen (Vmuell Lytlin rinklimn's wonderful Yi-srctahlo Coinpmmtl lias hrv? done for 1110. I WilS cailinletejv rim ililWIl linnlilo tn attnml liolirml aiul did not care for any kind o tooioty, hut now I feel liku a new person, and have sained n-wn pounds of Holt in three months. " I reconnnciid it to ull yuan it wonn ii who suller from fernato wealt CCS3." .Miss Alma I 'matt, Holly, llk'a. v f ' FREE MEDICAT. ADVICE TO TOUXO OiniA"'- -. . v All yoiinu fjirls t tlii period of lif? nre earnestly Invited to txrlto Mrs. I'itikliani tor mltleo; Mi- has guided In a motherly way liiindrnW f yomiK' women; her advice is freely ami cheerfully jflvcn, and lier address is l.yun, Mum. 1 Judging from the letters, she Is receiving from so many y...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 November 1904

in OFFICE: Northwf.t Cor. I'nhltc uirr. PIIOXKS: l(i-ili-m-t I.CI ufttcv lu 31 D. E. SAWYER, VETERINARIAN, JACKSON, - - MO. 5&r F. E. Kies won. Orren Wilson, -El i i If I;-; 0 Ben Cockel won. C. L. Grant won. J. G. Putz won. Jackson IIkuald. KEI-1'III.ICAN IN POLITIC S. B. F. LUSK. . I'tllUSIIBK Kntrri-0 t the t.mtnffli-c HI Jin'kmin. Mo. Terms fur the Hbiialu are us fol lows: , . Fur one year.. Six months Ihrce month " AlVF.KTiHiN Hatkh: I )' "; ,i,r lini! each iiim-rtloii. I'rotVMOuiuil Card 5 per yeiir. L.'Kitl Adv.Tti-e-ineiil6i-l'Kal r.it.-H. Display ad rule niiiile known on application. om.-e w . K'Md.-lu-f "Tack. sdn. mu nov. i". lll'uiUH for Unonuvclt ! Hooskvki.T carried Missouri. J. T. Cai.I'wI'.i.L load tlu county ticket. . Koi.k will not carry Misnmiri by 20,000. No frauds in Cape county elec tion this time. i:KHY inanon the Kcpubliean ticket is elected. Oiu country Kepul.licuns fwiighl. nobly. They took our advise and voted straight. (Hit Bcrntching Republican frien...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 November 1904

Real Estate Transfer. Henry Kollas and wife to Chaa. V. Des9e)mann, part lot 28 in r H in Cape Girardeau, SKK). Amalia Kuss to Henry Kubs, 19.20 acres in Burvey 2195, tp 30, r 13, $4,500. H. F. Davis and wife to Rosettn C. N'ooninger, lot 11 in Normal ! U( ,tlf,r Avenue place in Cape Girardeau, 400. Kdward Pite and wife to Her man Rabid), half of lot 1!), r I, in Cape Girardeau, $450. .1. J. M i' y field and wife and C. H. U'olter and wife to John V. Ramsey, 234. IK) acres in nur veyn 2227 and 2271), tps 30 and .31 r 11, 85,500. i.ii ii : .,1! !.. Cures Chills and Fevei. G. W. Wrirt, Nacogodohes, Texas, says: "Hisdautrhter had chill and fever for threa years; "U'r"T "v"r ,"'"M' " ... " n'rr.i,;,,ii. I ... , 1 i. he could not find anything that would help her till he used Her bine. His wife will not keep houne without it, and cannot say too much for it." 50c. For sale by S. K. Woods. Resolution. The teachers' association of Cape Girardeau county, Mis souri, met at Jackson in the pub ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 November 1904

it i II 1 1 i'i j; JACKSON HLKaLD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSH.. .Publisher Filtered ut lite pniituir.ce at Jack ton, Mo., as second-class mutter No vember 4, 1537. PHON'i:3: Office H8 Residence 142 Terms for t ho Herald aro ns follows: IYr otto car . $1.00 BIX months 50 Three niont'in .30 Advr r'Mng Rates: Iicils Cc p Una e;--h Insertion. Profetdonal Cant IS per year. Legal Advertisements-" legal rn. . Display Hd. rate mod known on application. II."" THE MARKET REPORT A Summ.incd Repert Covering the Prevailing Condit'ons. GRAIN St. Louie. nt i - V... '. red 91 1 1 1 i No .1 red i n lln-.l ..-inter. No. ! 1 . 1 1 v i ri : cr. new . . . . 1 . 'i5 I'oiin- Nn. ; mi-.ed ".I N.., :: mix.-d " N.i. ' vi !..w M 'i N.. .i y i 1 i 1 1 :. " N.i .' i liiri- f.'i N. . :t nliii.- i..:.5 ' A I Nil. llli el ''.I'd' No .1 i, lis.-. . .to 1 j No. : ! i . t r: No i whit.- ::o Ki i N... : -3', Chicago. in i V.. : -te-in.r . 11 No. I j.rin I I? No '.' r.-.l 1 . IT on No. - :,; No. ... w Mo.v I'nh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 10 November 1904

BANK ROBBERS KILL CASHIER EandiU Are Driven Frcm Town Be fore They Secure Any Money. Cody, Wyo.: Tlu Firm National Hank of Cmly was held up ul 3:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon by two ban dim, and the cashier, H. 11. Mlddnugh, killed. The robbers rodo into town, wont Btraight to the bank ami dismounted, ono entered the bonk and tho other held tho horses outside, ("ashler Mid daugh refused tho robber's demand tor money and was shot and Instantly killed. The noise of tho shooting brought a crowd to the hank, but the robbers had fled Instantly after tho shooting without further attempting to (tot mo ney. All tli- available men In town were fixui In hot pursuit of the fugitives, I who handed for the ' Hole In the ! Wall," a famous wilderness refuge for outlaws. j Just before dark Tuesday night one ; of tho posnes pun uilng the bank rob- ' b"rs eiieountered the men twenty miles southwest of ibis place, und a r-tnirp hat tie occurred. ' Sheriff Chapman's horse was fli.it from under biin and ...

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. — 10 November 1904

11 i M .1 ,1 '1 f THIS AN J THAT. Striking un avirno of the whole Omngu Itivir toli.ny, laiid VHlu.'t have (loul)lc(l f-im-e tin.- r. An n ii I iiinoliilt m'-1,h .- i vice' i hi.' intr iiiti'f.diicid in Ink lirlwoi'i: jilnco that arc riol i niim ('.' hy mil. I' l.ilmniti'ly .liiili ! ,:tiI iui, until? with mIvct lilting an lii.-li janntinv t.!- licinpr MihcIo in I Mililin fern l!os ton inilliiirmirc. . i liiiirim nts htp lu inr; iiihi'c in It'.iin tii jinUi.-U in ('.iifli-li n Ifi I' ll i il jouin.il i n Ciinvi.ii : li rt i n il! n .iticcriii;,' fur ( irr uliili' n in Hi it i.-h (I'll tli"H. '! in r.; wcri" :!.:.'i:n fi wcr !i ilii in Hi lin liihf Vf-BT tlian ilir year In fmo. 'I'll. (Ii'rrn-i1 w a- hirer's uiin.iif.' cliil ilj'iii lii-twtiii m iiioiiili am! "in ywir old, nun i- tlnniiii to Ik- i'm.' to llli' rnol Milium r. For rvi i v !. un ii.l;:;liitiiiit of ir. M'.ii.y liill ui-i i - of put ' aii' jllilllti '!. .. ;;;, -,.t I 1'.' ,, .-. Ill A I ! -- Ilia. !'s iii-rt - in i . c....

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. — 17 November 1904

Time Jackson Mekalp. H. r. M'SK, Editor. IN TIIK 1NTKUKST OK Till- I'l-Ol'IJi AND TIIK f i . I'KR YKAR IN ADVANCK VOL. VIII. JACKSON, MISSOUUI. THURSDAY. NOVK Mill-II 17, 1H0I. NO. I n '7 w 1 I ' r A I C? 3 i returned I pom St. Mrs. Carrie Kanncy returned E L J 1 A U b nj l'"ij.s Tuesday. , from St. Louis yesterday. OillSJlfi-JiJlAAAAiJlJlilJUSiAAAO A. W. Ki.llmer is again a The Southeast Missouri I'oul- Wheat to-day. ; citizen .,f Jackson. try hIiow will be Hold in Jackson County court proceedings next The nicest jacket worth December 20, 27 and 28, WO-i. week. i '.."0 at limetiing ft Kerstner: Fritz Hienlein, while operating .hulge Vhn. Hartels was in j a jointer at the stave factory a Jack-ion Monday. j '' he Ukuai.h is eight years old. ; h'W d'y ago, (jot his hand badly i- ... f . This is Vol. H, No. 1. ! mashed. j'Ul iww I'l'' u "ii win ivu'. nifi : ; .e I'otd Hardware Co. I Arnicntraut of the Cape The new train table effective j from our rooster column last- week, so we now ad...

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. — 17 November 1904

JACKSON IU:!aLD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. THE NEWS RESUME J MILLIONAIRE AND GIRL FIGURE IN SENSATION tlelng a Condensed Story of the Mori Important Newt of the Week b. r. i.rsic. .Publisher Missouri Doings , UVflO vard over till otmt tuition K;,lcicd at the posttdUce at Jack on. Mo., tia ' second class mntter No mbor 4, 1H'J". VUOXES: OfflC 143 Rasldence 143 Tsrms for tlie Herald aro nt follow: Fvr one year $1 .no tx months SO Three- nmnths SO Advertising Ttntes: Iorals f,c p" No enrli !nsrrt::'i. Profeslonal Card II per year. L' gal Advertisements- legal rati . Display ad. rat' mailt known on npplb mlon. THE MARKET REPORT A Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. Win u -Nil red S! II ; No .i id in ' lliuil winter. Nil ..... 1.1 1 No. I winter, ih'w .. . l.nt ( i;s Nil. '.' mixed r.V'i " Nil niiM'd '-'' " No. '? veKow .'i'i Nil .1 mII.hv .M't- V. IhI,.. T,4 " Nu. I w bite- M'4 i- Nu. 'I mixed ;il NU. I mixed SO1, " No. '.' lotc V. N.i i x lii.- , :in Ur...

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. — 17 November 1904

pluralities in Missouri Counties A.:.).' Ali' iv .. At I.:-'" Awlril'i ... I. mrv Kurt"'' Pat' Ili'iiti'i II. lliriK' r . F- - Urn li.in.n. lint ! r 1 '.!, I ('..,. . r.imd.-i. 1 ..):; l.VA . 11 i.. :,v! .1.'" 1.3.': :.74' Vil 4'., I ! ! cian:. id i I r ; ' ! I i ! ! 7" i ' I 'a ! i ! -'''''j i lw K..II' I j 7'.; j .... '-ft : j ... i i ! ' Vl: .' J 1 I. JO) i 1: 1 ! 1 : t 'f' ( I i;u.kilr j i i.l'l . 1..-JI (la -. et.ii.h.. j l.uTJ j 1,j 9 (in. try ; ; 4 if no I i.yi:- . ..: :s.i (iis.niy l.lvi, ...! I. ui ll.-r.-twn ! ! ( 1,9m 11-t.l t.'n' I 071' Hi.-keiy j 7K .... ik..; ll.iil I I '.'.'7: I M 11. ..r.I 1.477j' !' !.: " Ile.h ' SIM SHU i r r I K. ' li Ja. n 4.N.7' ll '.''.' .Ik; . .- ' j 1 '. v;j J. rr. i '.'i j ' iu) j.-m ; :v; i'. .... Kr.'.x ' i .. ' . I.... ! .!. .. .. i'M' , 1: o . it I v,( .. .' p'.' J.f ! I'.7 .... ', : i:;; , j B : I iv r: !.: t; ; j nv... . . l.l 1. 1 : u j i:'.' .''.i .m. i...i..-.u j -' : M ii : j . . . ' i: M .! i ' i l M. . . : .... ' ).'...'. .. - ! ...

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. — 17 November 1904

.1 ' Jackson Hekald. tlBrTHMC'AN H 1-OLIT1CB. b. r. u;sk. . t'l'HMfl'KII '""" l :V':7;.Ml!wi,5'- M"' ' i inm .ihM ltintUr I11TI-Ulll't . - - : II. Zimmerman of Mollmger Term f-r Urn IIbualu are n fol- ! ounty as principal and Oreii A. Viwk: 1 Hi-MfJIey of Illinois in the primary For 'in-; year o!room. 'Quit.; tin improvement in 8lx months '. ,.. , , ..... . . , 1 hr e niMiitlis Anvf.KTisiNO Ratkk: I.mh1i lie Ter line each iiim-N iu-i. Profi-miiia! C.ird 5 per ynr. l-ir.il Adverti-e. MientH lig.il ran-. Display h1 rat". tiinie known on applieat Inn. Offle Kfcftt'R-nt-v it' i JACKSON. MO.. NOV. I !i Wk will now we the hooks THK eighteen electural votes of 1 Misf-ouri will be cast for Roose velt. . Thomas J. Nkihuinohai s is the i,.. i ..nmliiliite for t . -S. benator. TlIK electoral college will cast i 3i.'5 votes for Roosevelt and liil . for I'aikir lino. Akk of the Iron County j Register was no Folk 1 emocrat j and helil out faithful to the end. " 1 Of the sixteen congressmen in , M...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 November 1904

St. Louis & Frisco Railway. Oental Notice. Special round-trip Homeneek-t-r'n Kxcursions, Nov. 10th and 22,1, lflo-l. S13.1H), Capo Gape Girardeau, Mo., to various pointb in Texan, Lmiisiana, Indian Territory, Ok lahoma, Kansas and Arkansas. Lin'l miss the opportunity of seeing tlie World's Fair. Spec feature daily. Coach excursions daily (.rape (lirarJ-'au to St. Ijoui-4. J. I'. Nkai., Ticket Aft. Resolutions. Whereas, It hath pleased Al mighty od to take out ol' our mi'lst one of our most efficient workers, Mrs. Addie MuCotnlis. Re it Resolved, That we, the mem bers of the Home Department, have lost a food and faithful worker; That her place in our midst will be hard to fill, and that we pray God's blessings upon the bereaved family in this, their great sorrow. By Oudkk of Homk department vlsitok. Real Estate Transfers. S. Templeton and wife to Clarence O. Templeton, 5.37 aeres in sec IS, tp M2, r 1:3. T. 1. Kussel and wife to J. Q. 1. Whitener, .20 acres in sur- vey Sl-r.i, ip...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 November 1904

' ) i f -i' JOHN BURT VPHAM ADAMS I Aatfcor ol The KldnippcS Millionaire!," "Coloml Monroe's tMctrlM," ttc OiPTRKiirr. iwj, nr All riUM Oorrmuirr, IK t Prkdihick Uchau A oa ill nrarvud A. J. l)ml Hiddls CHAPTER XXXIII Continued. ; 'You are very good to coma at this j hour," the sufferer said. "I spoke to you this evening of my dear friend from California. Miss Cordon, allow me tn present him. God bless you both!" And thus they met. after tho weary flight of years. Tenderly laying Itlako bark on the pillows, John clasped Jessie's hands and looked in her fare. "John!" "Jessie"' "Take In r In your arms, John! Don't mind me. Sho loves ' His voire illed with a whisper, and. with a long drawn sigh, he dosed bis eyes. "Ile' dying! Trill ttie doctor!" ex rlfilrwd Jessie, fear and pity chasing tho love light from her eyes. "Don't tend for him, I'm ull right now," pleaded lllnke, opening his i yes. "Let too lln here and talk to yon. The sight of .vki two Is better than all the drugs or Instru...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 17 November 1904

(Mrs. Fairbanks tells how ne glect of warning symptoms w ill Boon prostrate a woman. She thinks woman's safeguard is Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. ' Vr.An Mrs. Pixkiiam: Ifrnorfinro ml neglect arc the cause of untold fi'malo Bufforinjr, not only with tlio laws of health but with the chance of a rum I did not heed the warnings of lirnd.ichcs, orifunlo pains, anil pcnoral weariness, until I was well nigh pros trtitcd. I knew I had to do aoiui-tliinfr. llnppily I did tho rifrht thinp. 1 tonic J. villa 10. IMiiklinin's Ypjretublo Compound faithfully, acoordinif to diriM'tions, and was rewarded in a few weeks to find that my aches nnd pains disappeared, nnd I aain felt the (flow of health through my body. (Since I hare been well J have been moro care ful, I have also advised a number of mv iclc friends to take I.vrilii K. I'lnkliatu's Yogotnblo t 01:1 ioiiii1, and they have never hr.d reason to bo sorry. Yours very truly, tns. MAf Kaiiuianks, ill; South Tth rt Minneapolis, Minn....

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. — 17 November 1904

n (51 S:!l Marriage Licenses. A Startling Teit. To wive a life, Dr. T. G.'Mer ritt of Mehoopnny, I'a., made a startling tost resulting in a won derful euro. Ho writes, "a pa tient was attacked with violent hemorrhages, caused by ulcera tion of the stomach,. I had often found Klectric Hitters excellent, for acute stomach and liver trou bles ho I prescribed them. The' patient gained from the first, and hm not had an attack in l4 , months." Mlectric Uitleru are positively guaranteed for dys-j pepsia, indigestion, constipation j and kidney troubles. Try them.j ( 'onrad Loos and Annie Hock. Trom Fruitland. Kl'ITOK Hkuald: As it has been Homo time Hinee I wrote to your paper, I will atrain try to find a little news. Well, the election is over; let uh 'ii Ui work and try and up hold the men that are elected so long as they will work for the gxd of humanity and for the up building of our government. I 'nolo Duve C'lorlfolter and wife of Illinois are visiting relatives n'y W)o. For sale by D...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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