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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 November 1904

,:.vr. Time Jackson Mekald). IN THIv INTKRHST OF THIJ PKOPI.I5 AND TIIH KKITI'.LICAX PARTY. $i.vo PICK YF.AR IN AUVAXCU VOL. VIII. JACKSON, MISSOURI. THURSDAY. NOVKMUKR 2J, 1!MU. .NO. 2 I LOCALS s Wheat SI. 02 to-day. Give Jackson electric light. Fredericktown may have u Re publican paper. T. F. Mitchol, of Fruitland, was in Jackson last week. For low prices on wire fencing see Ford Hardware Co. President Roosevelt will be ai the World's fair Saturday. All the amendments voted upon in the last election were defeated. Miss Nellie Sawyer, of Green vill, is visiting relatives near Fruitland. Houck's railroad is here. Now bring on your electric road prom ised us. D. M. Scivally, constable elect of (Jape Girardeau, was in Jack son last week. 50c Speare fascinators at toe at Bruening & Kerstner ). G. Co. K. II. Bedwell, constable of Ap ple Creek township, was in Jack son last week. The curbing is being put down on Main street from Hubble creek to the city limits. Keystone fencing s q ...

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. — 24 November 1904

r i a i M THOUSANDS K TROUBLE HID I Wiirlll.(Hnaa To 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. Weak nd unhealthy kidneys are responsible for trior fjtcknesf and offering' than any other disease, therefore, when, through neglect or other causes, kidney trouble Is permitted tm continue, fatal results are sure to follow. Your other organs may need attention but your kidneys most because they do most and need attention first. If you are sick or "feel badly," begin taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-lloot, the great kidney, llrer and bladder remedy, because as soon as your kidneys begin to get better they will help all th other organs to health. A trial will convince anyone. The mild and immediate effect of flwamp-Root the great kidney and bladder remedy la anon realized. It standi the highest for lt wonderful cures of the most distren!njf cants. flwamp-Root will set your whole ays em right, and the beat ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 November 1904

ANOTHER LIFE SAVED. f4 rt. W. Foolta. nt e.ltait... - """um 7, ma vlfo ot Q. W. Fooks, Sheriff of Wlco- unto county, rered with kid .ney complaint ' ror eight rear. It came on me gradually. i 1 felt tired and weak. short ot breath and was trou bled with bloating after AtlnF b n 4 limbs were badly swollen. One doctor told me It would finally turn to Bright'! disease. I wa laid up at . 1 1 tnw IKtAA nntra f . .1 . ... fAana UMnw Til 1 1 a three days when the distressing ach ing across my back disappeared, and I was soon entirely cured." For sale by all dealers. Price SO eeoti. Foster Milburn Co., Buffalo.N.Y Made Things liven. Ton hare Accepted Oeorget Why, you know very well that I don't ap prore of him." "That's all right, mamma. Neither does he approve of ou." il fe. $100 Reward, $100. TM men of tfcla inner will ha alraae! W tear tnara U at liut ana ira(l4 dlMN tbat ar-laor-a ti Mi able to cure In all Ita ataaaa, ud ib.t If Calirrb. H.l.'l Caterrb Cur ti u 0017 poalil.a Cur auw kno...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 November 1904

-T III it '1 :' !,i I. 'i - 'i ' ! .; ', if S i in t. Li 3. V K ",i. ; iT? 'H r.'-r v . : . ' i t. jaJl,4''' From the Globe-Democrat Novembei 15. ef OFKICKi urthrHt I or. f'ultlk fiiiiHrt. PHONE? omce lu Kej'iililican victory in Ntissouri, bruu'IU at'.it ly the trt-neral up provul n Pri'Hi'Ji.'nt l-Joosovolt's Htlmiai(raii'n; nn txctllent ntato j JACKSON, tk'ki't; partv haruioiiv and the' - e'licK-nt mauaeiiient t t!ie Htato campaign; has plavcJ up:n the IX E. SAWYEK.I I VETERINARIAN, j c MO. I E . . ..... . 1 :i.:ir, .. . ..: : in a IJni'O'J .Muti-.s xonator to j mmvci'i.) SiMKVt'ir ( ''M'krell. i ! The li-.ul.ili'an majority in the 1 Orrcn Wilson,! & Attorney at Law A NH Notary Public. Collections :i specialty, 'hk (ilrai iU uii, Mo. 'VI jr I,,,, -Tf;- THIS ISTHOS. K. NEIDRINGHAUS. When n man is faithful to fluty and shows that he has dune jiarty scrvico from principle and not for the hope of reward, the party should reward su'-h a man. This in the way Thou. K. NeidrinliaiiH s...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 November 1904

The use of the court house was granted the farmers' institute in 1904. By order of court tho jailor in to receive 50 cents pur day fur hoarding prisoners. Road commissioner of (list No. jl report that new road is in good rendition, und the old road is or dered vacated. On report of N. (J, I'rwsell tips bridge built by U. R. Hidwell, on the Oak Ridge and Appleton roiid was received and warrant for 8." issued. X. C. Frissell, road und bridge commissioner, presents report on bridge built by R. R. Hedwoll across branch near the residence of Henry Tusehoff on road lead ing to Duisy. Approved and warrant issued for 8147. 'Vi. Report of road and bridge com missioner on bridge across Cape La Croix creek received and war rant issued to contractor for .T0. Report of road and bridge com missioner on bridge across Little creek on road leading from Oak Ridge and Daisy load to Oak Ridge and Arnsberg road receiv ed and warrant issued to contrac tor for 870. Report of road and bridge com missioner ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 November 1904

it ! .t. li . !'' ' ii .. HI JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LUSK Publisher EutereJ at the postofflce at Jack, on, Mo., as second-class natter No vember 4, 1897. I'HONES: Offlc 148 Residence 142 Terraa for the Herald are aa follow: For one jrear 11.00 6lz monthi .SO Three month .30 Advertising Rates: Locals 6c pet lloe each Insertion. Profoalonal Card 15 por year. Legal Advertisements legal ra.tr s. Display ad. rates made known on application. THE MARKET REPORT . Summarized Report Covering tht Prevailing Condition. (RAIN St. Louis. TVbfat No. 2 red I1.17 No. 3 red LIS " Hard winter, No. I 1.13 " No. 4 winter, new. . . l.t3 Cons No. No. " Nn. " No. " No. No. Oats No. No. No. No. 3 mixed 5n 3 uilxcil '' 2 yr lltiw. . . 3 yellow. . . S wliitf 3 white. . . . 2 mixed . . . 3 mixi-d . . . 'J white. . . . 4 white. . . . S!) .'.( ., ! Sl 31 32 H 31 b3 JIvk No. a.. Chicago. Yi 1IFAT No. No. No spring. ..SI. 14 .. 1.1J .. 1.1 .vi r, i vii i 3 spring. rtd. t'oitN No. i1 " No. i y...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 November 1904

;threats of death quell port arthur mutiny Several Russian Troopi Said to Have Been Killed to Preserve Defenaa. Headquarters of the Third Japanese Army before Port Arthur, via Fuaan: It la reported that a wound received by Oeneral Stoessel baa necessitated bit confinement In a hospital; that be re fused to relinquish the command of the garrison, and that be haa Issued orders to the troops to die at their jiosts rather than surrender. It Is said, further, that many of the troops haa been dampened by contin uous work, the lack of supplies and the hopelessness of their ability to .make a successful defense of the fort ress. " ' It is said, further, that many of the Russian soldiers are ready to surren der but that they are kept at their posts by officers, who threaten them with revolvers, and that several sold iers who were suspected of a design to desert have been shot as a warning lo other would-be-deserters. The Japanese now believe that the garrison has almost reached the limit of ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 24 November 1904

Marriage Licenses. '1 ; .i , ' t ' ii-.; i If ; K. . Allen and Annie Kinney. T. J. Devore and Cannio Leg gott. Tht'o. French and LulaJob. Mack Junes and Lulu lloM.'n. Ja. A. Kinder and Klla Holm saek. W. K. Minserand Letn I'lemi kor. Is. C. Huberts and K. H. Wood. Lon Taylor and Ada Butler. Aug. Vigfeld and Augusta Frederick. Cill't'il ('(MlHiiinptioti. Mrs. 13. VV. F.vnns, Clearwater, Kan., writes, "My husband lay nick for three months. The doc tors Haul that he had quick eon- i sumption. We procured a bottle ( Milliard's llorehound Syrup and it cured him. That was six years ago. Since then we have: always kept a bottle in the house. : We cannot do without it. For wughs and colds: it has no equal" 2'h: oOe, Si. For sale by DR. S. I-;. WOODS, the Itruutfi-t. ! oitDi'.i: ok ri ni.ic.v tion. ; .state nt .Mismiuii. I Notice. Notice Is hereby given that I will at the s ite of the bridge at 2 o'clock, p m, Saturday lec 3, 1001, let cuntract for building bridge, with stone abutments, acro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 December 1904

Time H. If. U'SK, Ivditor. THK IMTKRKST OV THK I'KOl'U- AND TIIK RKITHI.ICAN I'ARTV. i.co I'KR YKAR IN ADVANCH VOL. VIII. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DIX'K MliHll 1, 11HM., M). :i LOCALS 3 Q JUUU!J!J1.5-S. AJJJLBJlJLflJl fiSt A AJLJ 5U Wheat St.00 to-day. K. S. Wolters is tick with ty phoid fever. Texas saddles, fine line at C. H. Wolter's. Judge Clms. Harden of Houek hud business in Jackson Monday. Fur low prices on wire fencing ee Ford Hardware Vo. II. T. Ruid is Htill doing work in the house-moving busineKS. Call on him for work in that line. 50c Spearo fascinators at ."tic at Bruening & Kerstner 1). G. Co. Rev. S. W. Kmory, of West Plain, arrived in Jackson Tues day. He came to officiate at the marriage of Mr. Hunter Byrd ami Miss Kmma Howard. Keystone fencing square meshes, no slipping at Sander Bros. Married, at the World's Fair, last week, C. A. Morton and Miss Lillie Hatcher, both of Pocahon tas, Mo. The Herald .joins, with j their many menus in wishing them a long and ...

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

JACKSON HEUALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. L.USK Publishor Entered at the poslofTlce at Jack, on. Mo., as second-class matter No vember 4, 1897. PHONES: Office 148 Residence 142 Terma tor the Herald are as f ullows: JPor one year $1.0t Six months..' 50 Three months s . .30 Advertising Ratos: Local Cc pet line each Inkertlnn. Profeslonal Card It per year. Legal Advertisement legal rates. Display ad. rates made known on application. THE MARKET REPORT A Summarised Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. Wheat No. 2 ml... 81 1 No 3 ml 1.1 J " Ilard winter. No. J I.IO'i " No. 4 winter, new. . . . l.i. Out No. 2 mixed 54 " No. 3 mixed S-I'i . " No. 2 yellow M '. " No. 3 yellow " No. 2 White ' No. S white I3 Oath--No. 2 mixed 31 No. 3 mixed 30 " No. 2 white 32 No. i white 31 Rvr. Nu. 2 Chicago. Wheat-No. 2 spring $1.12 ' No. 3 (-pi inc- 1 . 10 No 2 red 1.14 ColIN- No 2 S3 1 ' No. 2 yellow BT.'i Oath No. 2 82 No. 2 white 32'H No. 3 white 31 4 Rtk No. 2 7S4 .llAHi.KV l...

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

CALL MITCHELL AND COMPERS TRAITORS Socialism Alio Causes Sharp Debate In Labor Federation. Fan Francisco, Cal.: Monday' ses sion of the American federation of labor was the most exciting yet held. 'During the heated debate which fol Jnwcd the unexpected Interjection of the question of socialism before the '.delegates, Samuel Oompers and John Mitchell were charged with being traitors to the cause of labor. Those Icharge and the bitter socialistic de bate which followed were caused by the Introduction of a resolution by 'Delegate Victor Berger of Milwaukee. This resolution mentioned the "rapid development of the trusts" and recom mended "that all organizations affili ated with the American federation of Jabor to have their members study the economic conditions" and "to do every thing in their power for the enlighten ment and Intellectual advancement of 'the proletariat." The trouble arose over a printed slip distributed to some delegates which charged Mr. Rompers and Mr. Mitchell with...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 December 1904

ft i .."fa- - i - - .... . V , T J. . Mrrlge Licenses. .7 f .V . .!. V--. , ..." a if (I While we Iwlii'vo ThuH. 1. N'eidriiiKhiUis should lio chosen by our legislature to the I. S. senitte, yet we admire the manly wiy in which lion. 1J. C. Kerens asks for the place, atwl should our legis lature bele;t Mr. Kerens it should be satisfactory to all MiHitouri Uepublieans, and on the other lrnd, should our enndidate, Mr. Neidringhaus, be chosen it should also b; sitisfactory to Missuuri Kepubliciins. In other words, there should be no dissatisfaction however the matter of U. !S. senate "oes Oscnr Bone and Sallie Grisham. Oeore M. Jones Hnd M. A. nidge. .1. 1'. La ben per and Jennie J. Masters. .1. H. Stiinall and Lui'inda Wat sun. Lou I'h 1mi-.iid Ad:i Uui'.ci1. Eighty-Sixtii Birthday. ! fin Nov. '2.1 1'iK'K' Joe Aber ' nathy, -f Oriole, celebrated his H''. birthday by jtivinijj his relu 1 lives and friends a fine dinner. I His wife. Aunt Ann, is 70 years , old. They have a number of i p...

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

Additional Local. Geo. Fenimore and wife, of Charleston, were visiting Mrs. Mnttie Bast last week. Grunt A Klbreeht's store is full of Christinas goods, prcsentiT'for old and young. ,Kie Vilkf rnn of Mi!li-r-villo is attending the World's Tuir this week. Visit Grant & Klbrcchl's n.i'1-i-and see what nice things tin y have for Xmas present;;. Miss Beatrice Joyce, of tlif Cape, bean her .iliinl term of nohool at bcholl, I'erry Co., .vio., Oct. 4. This speaks well for her. Rev A. T. Osbron will preach in Jackson .Sunday morning; but on account of sore throat ho will not preach at Williams' school house. Grant A Klbroeht have their big line of holiday goods on dis play this week. 11. J. Behrens and family have moved to DeSoto. Wo are sorry to lose Mr. Behrens and his in teresting family ; but what Jack son loses: DeSoto will gain. Fa I Tuck, who has been in the southern counties for the past four months, returned home last week. Fal tells us that everything went Republican down ther...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 1 December 1904

AFKTTB- BY ARY gEVEREUX WITH U.LU3TPATTON3 BV DON C. W1L50N CHAPTER I Pari, In the roar 1790, and the gar den ot the Tullerle bright with the uushlne of an autumnal day. Two 'boys, seated In the grass near a path not far from one ot the ponds, were playing with a turtle they had cap tured. The hunibto origin of the cider, a la of thirteen, was evidenced by those physical iilgna which are usu ally associated with people of his class; but the othor, three years .younger, bore all the Indications of Knntle birth. His slro was a baron of the "anclen regime," while Pierre's father had been a peasant, and his widowed mother the faithful nurse of her who had lived but two months after giving birth to the boy Jean, whom Margot loved as her own Pierre. Presently there came along the promenade a trio of court gallants, attired In the extreme of the prevail ing fashion, berutfleri. bejeweled, and perfumed. One of them was a slen derly built young man, whose sharp features, pale-blue eyes set c...

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

How't Thlg? mm ettir On Hundred Dniurt tot tut w - f.tm h Die,. Cftliniil last. 11 M.I t. . U f.T ' "J USUI STurm CI , , CI1KNF.T 4 CO.. ToWo. f. Wo. the S"4erlejneel, I4e known r. .1. Clieiavv w the I. at 1" yc". oe.lete him p.rr.rtiy i,.,,; hie In ell liu.lt.eee traneaitl'.n. ml nunnrlaiu SjieCnT"l erie iMIkCI..ii ma.lr hy l,l.nrui. w.LBixn, Maiitik, Wniilee.;. llmai-leis, Tu'.erln O Udd'l fttarrh dire I. tnlrrn luleri.atlr, tt-twt lln-rllj UP'" Hl arid tll'IOn irfarrtiif the V.irm. Tt "iim'iiiiii' ii ni fpr. I'rln ;i huh n Z'.'r. "' lr"Kl'H. "' f'",ul1' P1"" """'IPetlort. Overworked Hit "Bet Man." It 1 generally supposed that the .ervlces of a best man at a wedding ,nd with the. does of the ceremony and the departure of the happy pair, tut It seems not Urldeftroora of two months baa Just utilized hli beBt man aealn, this time to acrve divorce pa. purl oa the bride. The Flrct Christmas Ccrd. In lSt4 It occurred to Mr. W. C. T. Dobson, R. A., to make a little sketch (jmbolic"! of t...

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

TJ CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money i( it fails to cure. 12. V. Grove's signature is on each box. 23c. Startling Eviilriien. Kresli testimony in great quan tity m constantly coming in, de claring Dr, King's Now Discov ery for Conoumption, Coughs and Colds to be unequaled. A recent oppression from T. J. McKarland, Hcutorvillo, Va., serves as exam ple. He writes: "I had Bron chitis for three years and doctor-t-red all the time without being benefited. Then I began taking Dr. King's New Discovery, and a' i .! t it - i ... i lew Domes wnony cured ine. Kqually effective in curing all Lung and Throat troubles, Con sumption, Pneumonia and Grip. Guaranteed by Dii. S. K. WOODs, Druggist. Trial bottles free, regular sizes 50c, and 81.00. tiKDKI! K lTUUCATIOX. j Stiitw nf ,M i-oni-. i County f tJTar'leiiu j In ill"' !imiit C'Hirt l uiil L-niiiily, .1 iiiniry 'IVrin. I into i In viieijt l"ti. NovMiiiiir II, l'.iol. i Kill ll (mm ill 'hi...

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

It. l LUSK, IMitor. VOL. VIII. E LO C'A ls -a Wheat SI. 05 to-day. Mm. John (J. Ih'iiiliery in on the siek list this week. Texas saddles, fine line lit (.'. H. Wolter's. Ir. I). K. Sawyer whh hi I led to W'hitewuter Saturday. For low prices on wire fencing see Ford Hardware Co. Mrs. Theodore Vopol of I'oen liDtitas is dangerously sick. 50c Wpearo fascinators at .Th: at Bruening & Kerstner l. (;. Co. XV. ...1u,..t.rw...t I.. 1... M l .... ' ,o Hnounniiirui 111 un; .tomem Woodmen of America for Novem ber. Keystone fencing square meshes, no slipping at Sander tiros. (il. T. V. Birmingham went to St. Louis last Thursday, re turning Monday. Best grade and largest selec tion of buggies in town at ('. 11. S dlter's. 1 Trains will be running on the Houck road from the (.'ape to Jackson by the first of the year. Look ut the date on your paper and if you are behind kindly let us hear from you. Mr. Morgan,repreKenting Foley A Co. of Chicago, js .doing some sample distributing it( Jackson t...

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

II .. I S ! I, Hi t'3 H4 .j ti hi : : I ; in-vvou LiTLfISIAA. by Mary IdSevereux WTH ILLU3TBATTON3 BY OON C WILSON CHAPTER II. Through tho weeks of the lata Hum mer, old Tatro, the butler, had been attending the meeting held by the peasants. Out, being a firm believer In the old regime, be had reported faithfully to Monsieur lo Baron all that had transpired at these gather ing, tolling him of the vicious speeches made by Fauchel, and of tho latter's evident determination to In fluence the peasants against the peo ple of the chateau. On a certain September morning, after one of these reports from Tatro, the baron said, "Kind Margot, and send her to me." When the faithful old servant had left tho room his master looked out of the window toward the park; but his darkly circled eyes saw something quite different from the trees silhouet ted utialntit tho cloudless blue of the sly. They saw the pale, angry face of Tninns Fauchel, the young schoolmas ter, who, meeting tho buron as bo came ...

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

BREAKS THE RECORD A TWENTIETH CENTURY FLYEB 15 iuii kijuiual HELD. Rhcnmatlnr Rapidly and Radlratla Cord. ra si a lirnuui Hrmr,ly, demauded by the traveling pnblio in our rapid century and the keeueHt intelln-ta. wiuBu.ui.iy at, work" on tliPM problem are making woiidurful progress u the coiiBiracuon or tue stramKhip ond tli jocomouve. J-iuerMulta. urn Knnol.t in medicines and Dr. WillinniH' Pink Pillii for Pale People are naUmlshiuK the world by the triumph they are winning in the rapid cure of obstinate maladies, iiuch at rupumatism. Witn spewl they combine ctniveuiencti, penoct safety ;ajid cheap. Here ia fresh proof of their conwn. trated virtues : Mrs. Marsarat O-.t. 'of No. 1827 IVwlr-mon street, Burlington' 'Iowa, U an imlustrions German rm.n' 'who about two and a half yearn ago iuuuu uotkh m danger or lotting ber P"" " wor aiiogutner. She aayi ; "I got rheumatism which made my knees and elbows Tery stiff and paiufui (I had difficulty in raising my arms and I could hardly lif...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 December 1904

Jackson Herald. KKI'UHMCAN IK POLITICS. II. F. L.USK... . Pt.'BI.IMIICK Kntopft 1 tlie )ciimo m Jwk, Mo. Terms for tin; IIbkalo ro us r.l "lows: For 'Hi'; y-.ii JX llt'ill f I l:.rri iiimit l,t l. ...0 .;:n Alvc.itTiftlM Uatkm: I.ocnN lie rc . !iu" each iiinrrtl i'i. J'roii-lniiiil Curd 5 J)"' ''Hr. LcimI AilvertlM'-,PHl8-cif il nilt'R. DiBplny ml into nmile know n mi npi'lirr.tiiin. o ! 14 142 JACKSON, MO., 1K('. X, l!H)4. J. J. KlTHSKM, says ho will be will be a candidate for conprews in 1006. Will Mr. Tyndall be a candidate also? It is thouplit that Joseph V. Folk will make Andrew Maroney exciso commissioner of tSt. Louis to HUi'ped .T. M. Seibert. It is stated that Congressman Tvndall will ntmoint bin wife as his aeeretary. Mr. Tyndall lieves in practicing economy Frank Brannock and R. H. Skelton have filed a content against Sam Ulen, who was de clared elected collector of Stod dard county at the recent election. Urannock was tho late Pemocrnt ic nominee for collector und R. H. ...

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