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

Marrla?e Licenses. p. E. Bollinger and Emma Penney. Jno. A Doyle and Lu cinda Neigel, Jas. D. Jones and Mrs. R. Lewis, J. K. Miller and Lfidice Call, J. W. McBride and Isabelle Walkci, K. VV. Htatler and Maggie K. Coza. Hicks' 1905 Almanac. j The Uev, 11 1 U. 1 licks Aim. nine ! fur r.M)." is now ready, being the I finest cditon over issued. T'wsj qilendid mid co.-lly boo! of pages in a complete study of; agronomy and storm and wcath- ! er for 1H05. It is tf.o well known ti need comment. See it and you will so decide. The price, postpaid to any address, is .'!0e per copy. The Rev. Irl K. Hicks' scientific, religious and family journal, Word and Works, now abreast, with the best magazines, is "(io a year. Both Word and Works and the Almanac $1.00 per year. No better investment possible fur any person or family. Try it and see. Send to 7 Word and Works Pen. Co., 2'2M Locust St., St. Louis, Mo, New Opera House. Court Directory. County court meets at Jackson the first Monday in February...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 December 1904

m .Hi I i m ' ! Xi l !;i M ',1 1 :f1 '.'i'i rt'il I; I 1 , M . I '..'! JACKSON IltiliAl.D. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS, B. F. l.USK Publisher Entered at the poslofflce at Jack, ton, Mo., as second-class matter No vember 4, 1897. PHONES: Office 148 Residence 142 Terms for the Herald are a follows: For one year 91 .00 Blx month SO Three oontha , . .30 Advertising: Rates: Locals 6c per line each Insertion. Profeslonal Card IS per year. Legal Advertisements legal rates. Display ad. rates made known on application. THE MARKET REPORT A Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. WnTAT No. 2 red II J5 No. 3 red 1.13 Hard winter. No. 2.... .0 " No. 4 winter, new. .. . t.nS Cons No. 2 mixed M No. 3 mixed f3' " No. S yellow 59 " No. 3 yellow 58! " No. 1 white M " No. 3 white ft.1 Oa-is-No. 2 mixed 31 No. 3 mixed 30 " No. I white 32 ' " No. 4 white 31 Rtk No. 2 Mj.'f Chiccjo. Wiif.Ar No. 2 t-prlnir SI. 13 " No. 3 spring. 1 . 10 " No rt'd 1.14 Co hn No J SI 'i No. " j i' 1...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 December 1904

JAPANESE STORM PORT ARTHUR KEY position Enables Mikado's Force to Sweep Harbor with Selge Gun. Toklo: Official news concerning the latest defclopmcnti at Port Arthur Is anxiously awaited. The Nlchl Shim- bun and Ashal Tuesday issued extras, stating that the fierce fighting against the Sung Shtt, Urlting and Tung Kl Kwaa t"rts continued until midnight Monday. They also Btato that the 'Japanese right column, after repeated desperate charges Monday, succeeded In carrying the greater part of the 203 meter hill. The assault on Chi Fan Shan, the northeast line of heights between the 203-meter hill and Hal Shu Shan, was quite effect ive, the Japanese Inflicting Immense losses on the enemy and temporarily silencing the guns In the works on the SOIl meter hill. ; At one time during the engagement there were Indications that the Rus sians holding the position would make a general retreat, but reserves were ibrought up and the resistance con tinued. At midnight Monday the de fense was evidentl...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 8 December 1904

i .i ii ill TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Whitewater. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money i( it fails to cure. K. V. Grove's signature in on each box. 25c Startling Evidence. 1'resli testimony in'yrent quan tity ia eonstiintly coming in, tle daring Ir. King's New iJiscov pry for Consumption, Coughs and Col Is to be uneou.iled. A recent expression from T. J. Mct'urlaml, Hentorville, V'a., serves ascxam plu. He writes: "I hud J Iron -chitia for three years and doctor tored all the time without being benefited. Then I began taking! bit bv a coon Dr. King's New Discovery, and a1 Juhn Stroder and wife returned few bottles wholly cured me." home Wednesday from Mar-! Kqually effective in curing nll'quand. I Lung and Throat troubles, Con- Mrs. Dora Hisliop's chickens! sumption, Pneumonia and Grip, were dying mid she cured them' Guarantee.! by DU. S. K. by the line of salt. i WOODs, Druggist. Trial bottles ' Kf.d Uosk. ' free, regular wizes oOe, and Si. OU. ' j "...

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

1MB JACKSN' IMlEKAOL. 13. V. LUSK, Kditor. IN' TIIK INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THIS REPUBLICAN PARTY. i oo PER YEAR IN ADVANCE VOL. VIII. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DKCHMRER l.", lKH. NO. : LOCALS 5 f "11 Wheat $1.05 to-day. Best calico only 4ic per yd. at Jackson Store Co. For low prices on wire fencing 9(e Ford Hardware Co. Walter Taylor came home from St. Louis last week. I Presents from fie and upwards ut Jeweler I Iasshnger s If you trade sf 1.25 at Jackson j Store Co. you can get a doll free, j II. W. Macke of Gord.-.nville j t ailed on us last week. 50c Spearo fascinators at .'toe . at Bruening & Kerstner D. G. Co. Co to McAtee & Buerkle fur Mr.-t. I.nPierre's homemade iniie'e ; meat. F. S. Port is and Sum Garner , went to Blodgctt last Saturday. I Keystone fencing s u a r e ; meshes, no slipping at Sander j (j) liros. & When Walkovers goon troubles '. eo off. Let the Jackson Store' Cii. shoe you. Theo. Stevenson of Kansas isjJJ visiting relatives in this county...

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

j 1 il'- 1 1 ! i j; : f 1 A I: ; 'J t V K -Li i;!l-;t t. ''J 1 f .1 M JACKSON llb'RALD. REPUQLICAN IN POLITICS. B. T. LUSK ; Publisher Entered at the postofllce at .Tack, 'ton, Mo., as second-class matter No vember 4, 1897. PHONES: Office M8 Residence 142 Terme for the Herald are as follows: For one year... $1.00 Six months SO Three months 30 Advertising Rates: Locals 6c per line each Insertion. Profeslonal Card 15 per year. Legal Advertisements- legal rates. Display ad. rates made known on application. THE MARKET REPORT . Summarized Report Covering tho Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. Wiik-"-N. ? red SI 1 :',' .No. !t red l.l'." " Hard winter. No. 2. .. 1.11'; " No. i winter, new... . l.ir Colli- No. ? mixed HB'j' " No. 3 mixed " No. 2 yellow 7 " No. 3 yellow No. 2 white 4(!'i No. 1 white. 4 (H i h No. ? mi veil 3 'J No. .1 mixed 31 ' " No. 2 white 3.1 ' ' No. 4 white Zt'i T. tc No. 2 79 Chicago. "WtiKvr No. I upring.., $1.1S " No. .1 spring l.ll " No !! red l .H'i' Cokx No....

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 15 December 1904

I TILLMAN BRINGS UP THE CRUM CASE Houce Starts Annual Fight on th Civil Service Commission. Vshslngton: The 8enale held only Hhtu t session Thursday and ad journed until Monday. Mr. Tillman brought the cane of William D. Crum, the colored man nominated for collec tor a: Charleston. 8. C Into promi nence hy ask Ins for ft report from the committee on judiciary a to the stat us or recess appointment. He asked lr. Piatt of Connecticut, ai ling cbnlr nien of the committee on judiciary, for . m explanation. Responding. Mr. Plait said that the resolution had fulled to receive con tiileratlon during the past session be cause of tho illness of Chuirman Hoar, anil he promised to bring the matter up at the next meeting of the com mittee.. Has the commlite power to refuse to moke u report when under lnnt ruc tion from the Senate to do so?" Mr. Tillman asked, whereupon Mr. Spoon er inquired of tho South Carolina sen ator whether the resolution carried a time limit, to which the ttenator re plie...

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

Jackson Herald. HBI UBLICAN IN POI.ITICB. B. F. IATSK l'UBI.lHIIKII fttitnrac t lint pi"(llr J'n, lo. as tacunl-i'liuw our iNommtwr i. I(W7. From St. Louis. Dental Notice. Hello, Jackson Herald; I nee jnv"rw I have located in Oak you are steatnboating yet. Talk j CSlIfLJ Ridge a a about the man leading Missouri RESIDENT DENTIST, t ) Republican victory deserves . Will practice dentistry in all its the place of U. 8. senator from branches. Examination and con Missouri, what about the two imitation free. Office at Central foi'cmrifct ticron that not onlv hotel Dr. .To.Sr.pii If . Howard. Terms for the II bkali lire hh fol- . . r: . ... 1 " vwv I "TU ui'r u"umu vwunijr new went. lr one v'vir Republican victory but help it Ihnm'Int'hV M stuy, Kies and Lusk? Kies hns December 12. As it has been place, which is riht; but what BOm time oince 1 have written, I A hVKKTisi no TIatks: IwnU (ic ; about Lusk? We think the peo- will send a few items, i.er lie-i-Bch Insertion. Profi-sHlnna! . tu;n,...

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

Additional Locals. Read the Christmas ada in this issue. Will Gookel went to St. Louis Sunday. If you want to pay your sub scription in wood now is tho time to bring it in. VVm. B. Sohaefer Hells a car load of salt each month. Notice the display in Geo. C. Hasslinger's window and tlion reflect and see if you do not con clude that it is tho best arranged show window in town. We have just received a car load Keystone fencing, smooth and barbed wiro. Sandkr Bros. For a town to grow and pros per all its citizens must pull to gether. If each buciiness man shuns his competitor there is no hope for real progress in the town. Cutting prices will ruin any business, trade or profession. If any of our business men are in the habit of underbidding or cut ting prices, they had betb-r stop before they aro compelled to. The entire millinery stuck at the Jackson Store Co. is now being sold at half price. A good time to buy. The bazaar given by the Meth odist ladies at the J. M. A. last Thursday and...

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

U .'I'm: urn Hi' IN : j t 1 'it v-M '... m " y ' !'; S fej! it '':!: v. 'j'j Vi ?. ri tf PRESIDENT'S READ Document Deals Voluminously with Questions of State Tariff Left for Future Communication Position of . the Government Toward Organized Labor Dealing with Illegal Combinations. President Roosevelt's message to Congress, read at tho opening of the abort boss ion of that body, deali vol ti ruinously with questions of state. The subject of tariff revision Is left for a further communication. Sub taatlally tho message Is tu follows: To tjie Senate and Houh of Represen tatives; ' The nation continues in enjoy note worthy prosperity. tjch prosperity Is of course primarily due to the high Individ ual average of our citizenship, taken to tret her with our groat natural resources; but in' imirfirtatit factor t heroin Is the working nf our long-continued govern mental policies. The people have em phatically expressed their approval of the principles und rlylng these policies, and their des...

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

f TR PfflSt That Cm A "" 0N BURGLARS -I m Side Nerves Mrs. Dora B. Frazicr, No. 140 ' rtiinca 01., 1 roviuencc, R. I has been cured of Nervous Prostration by the use of Dr. Williams Pink Pills For Pale People. She Mrs: "I suffered for three years nd was sever;,! ti,i,es at the point of death. My weight went down to seventy-five pounds. I was afflicted with nrrvoti'iiess, dir.rinrss sulToralinjf spells, swelling of hints' sleeplessness and liregtilaritir, 1 hd a good doctor hut lie rould vot help inc. The first box of Ir . Hams' Pink l'ills did me good and I continued tlicir use until I was cured. 1 am now puifccily well." These Ttlls arc a specific for oil disorders of the nerves from neuralgia to partial paralysis. Sold by all Druggists. Earfy . t!it "morning," lite tt night, or whenever used, Defiance Surch wi be found always the umi, always the beet. Insist on hiving it, dit most for your money. Satisfaction or mcr7 back (us ran tod. It is manufactured under the latest improved e...

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

TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c. Startling Evidence. Fresh testimony in great quan tity is constantly coming in, de claring Dr, King's New Diacov ery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds to be unequaled. A recent expression fmm T. J. McFarland, Uantorville, Va., serves as exam ple. He writes: "I had Bron chitis for three years and doctor toreJ all the time without being benefited. Then I began taking Dr. King's New Discovery, and a! Real EsUU Transfers. Christion Huder to II. S. Mc Leary, 48 acres in sur 2l'00, tp 31, r 14, 81500. J. W. Phillips and wife and W. O. Bartels and wife to Her man Lutker, lot 2 in- block 1 in Capo Girardeau, 1300. J. II. Adams and wife to D. C. Thompson, 1 acre in sec 31, tp 33, r 13, 55. J. V, Phillips and wife and W. G. Bartels and wife to Armor A. George, part of lot 13, blook 6 in Cape Girardeau, $700. J. K. SVatson and wife to ...

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

IlMIE Jack Y) WT TITSir TTAiirm . MMMMMMBMm-m. IN THE INTKREST OF THK PKOPLK AND THE RKPtrRLICAN T'ARTV $i 00 PER YEAR IX ADVANCED VOL. VIII. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1504. , A. W ? l:OCAI.Rj OuLil-B.t it tAXJLJUUUULSJLAJU Wheat $1.05 to-day. Oak Ridge is to have a bank. For low prices on wire fencing see Ford Hardware Co. De Soto has a new city hos pital. Presents from 5c and upwards at Jeweler Hasslinger's B M. Morgan is still on the sick list. 50c Speare fascinators at 35c at Bruening 4 Kerstner D. O. Co. Rev. Ira Hicks predicts a storm period this week. Go to McAtee Buerkle for Mrs. I.aPierre's homemade mince meat. Wm. Paar had business in the Cape several days this week. Keystone fencing square meshes, no slipping at Sander Bros. J. F. Mcl.ain and wife were visitors in. the country Sunday. Look at tho date on your paper ! and if you are behind kindly let us hear from you. It is still though that Cape Gir ardeau will get a Federal court A swell line of fancy and...

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

j- I 4.1 f J i 8 ! J? ! f'j' . ft : j !,; 'i P ), : t, . i I i . wj -iiruociua rd over JACKSON HERaLD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. I.L'SK. .Publlrber Entered at lbs postoffice at JscV. on, Mo., a second-class matter No vember (, 1897. PHONES: Office ...141 Residence 142 Terms for the Herald are aa follow: Tor ona year... $1.00 It months SO Three nx.nthf 10 ' Advertising Rates: Ixirala Cc pe tin each Insertion. Profeslnnal Card par yeir. I.eg.il Advertisements- legal rut i' j. Display ad. ratea mad known on application. THE MARKET REPORT A Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louie. WiirT-N. red SI l''j No. 3 red I II " Hard w inter. No. L... 1.10'j " No. 4 winter, now... . 1.01 X'oiin No. 0 mixed 4.)'j No. :i mixed 4.11; " No. 3 yellow 41 ' j ' No. 3 vcltow 14 No. w whit- 41' i " No. 3 while I OA r No. '.' nii.xe.l 31 'i No. 3 mlx..l 30 " No. V white 3." No. 4 wl.il.' 30'j KrK-No. 1 7.". Chicago. Win a r - -No D spring 3 spring. SI I.'i J i:i; 47 '4 4H S...

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

MINERS LAY LEITER CASE BEFORE YATES Petition Have Been Found for Nearly AH Idle Men. t Springfield, 111.: Secretary Ryan. Slates President Perry and other of flelals of the ur.Ued mine worker' tinlon, railed 0n Ciov. Yates Thursday and nadn plain their side of the con troversy at Zelgler. They Insisted to the governor that union miners have not had a hand In the affair at. Zelgler and denied the sensational reports emanating from there. They did net request the governor to recall the troops, but 'said the truth should be known. ' iln the first place," said Secretary Ryan, "the miners have an agreement with the Illinois coal operators for prices for mining coal per ton and general mining conditions, and this agreement covets every mine In the state. Mr. Inciter jvoRltlvely refused to sign the agreement, and still refuses to pay the scale of his competitors, i nc weuum 01 joint agreement, we believe, Is best for operators, em ployes and tlio general public. The only object Inciter ran...

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

m Ml '1-!! I :.l.,f I: 1-v 1 -fit oil Jackson Herald. KBrUMICAM IK rOMTlCS. B. F. LUSK PUBLtBIIBH Kotercc tths pnte t J "'"'. HCnad-r.lKMi mttr Nombr 4. MOT Mo. Termit for tbe IIbkald are anfol 'nw,,: i no n nn vnnr VI. ml sill month lj AnvKHTiMNO Ratkb: Local fic bap Unit ffffcflh insertion. Professional Card $5 per year. Ijflftal AdvertNe-ments-leiral rat. Display ad rate made known on application. Ofllce Bmldancc. UK Ut JACKSON, MO., t)EC. 22, 11(04. Tunuia K. NF.IDRIN0HAU8 18 fining strength each day for the V, S. senatorship IF Kerens, Parker and Neid ringhaus all ntay in the race till the finish it will be hard to tell who will be oloctod. About 400 citizens met in Kan .jwia City lant week and pasHed -strong reHolutiona endorsing MaJ. Wm. Warner for the U, 8. .senate. At'nrroR Wu.pra has appoint ed 8. T. Gresham of Farmington a his chief clerk. Mr. Gresham wa9 once a member of the south east normal faculty, lie is well nualifiod for the place. " - ... . county and throughout t...

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

FromFruUUnd. j Card ofVankt. " , "" - ' ' I - I m N. M. Daria is quite sick at this writing with appendicitis He is being treated by Dr. Vinyard of Jackson. ' ' Several of the young people took advantage of the free ride on Mr. Houok's train Deo. 15. Some going to ' Oak Ridge ' and back. It is a thing that has long been looked for at this place, and something the people will greatly appreciate. We can begin now to see the advantage of having a railroad. James Masterson and C. O. Templeton will each move into their new residences soon. Fruitland is still on the boom now we have tho railroad. Soon we will have a flour mill. Died, Deo. loth, Miss Bertha McDowell of Neely's Landing, aged 19 years. Funeral services were conducted by A. M. Dixon of Fruitland, after which she was laid to rest in Pleasant Hill cem etery. She leaves a mother, five brothers and a sister to mourn her departure. Scribhi.er. Treasury, Department. Office of Comptroller of the Currency, Washington, D. C, November ...

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

JT t I, i I ) ,1 I .1. - V ; 1 I, v Vf III;! 4 1 i : .Hi .- mmwMmmmmmmm music compoacrD bv bhsih jtwimDooD.mHvmacj Mo Itwr EsiM free, EJOKJ) . fh ID r- jrf3 fNtfc ore - 4&l I ?P5 (JM! tr in . 1 V"--.' XIta round ihe orr mor'arcr arclincelA i thtt Ijr fo vl hemot tiac co"H from ofo Zfc t'Ouin for Cnt to Ktavcn to'doy 1Ctrwugn fHaurclcf.t Vtwrri frcif (fuid& mat inc irgii i ort carrfi, jn n carffi if shSU Cvn tJeH mic n-ghf a vlay "And lu, the Mar wliicli tlu'y Haw In llic east wrnl licfure tln'm." whin VHrcd tlit boy, buWik upward Ht. lis pine white liKlit In llu- Imsli of the lluly NiRht. "Hill inaiikinil," saiil the old man. adly. "has not t'ollowi'd. In all Hie CInlfclniHH even Blnri' It looked on the hliephiTdK In that Held of iiethlehi-m, H tilth looked on men doiiiK evil Home where to their fulloux. IIh IIkIU liaa lieen dimnied by the IIkUIh from ramp flics of armies and from flumes of luirniiiK rltlcK. I am old. anil It is weary wultlni; for the fulfillment of the prom...

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

Nothing It to MnilllTa to eelrj t a in im it uit cum of Neuralgia I St Jacobs Oil br Melton ird semtrattnn mmi, smth.. and curat the worst caaea. Pile 21. and to. Didn't Like Hit Face. One Vlrglle Marry of Paris attacker) stranger with a knife because he considered It "an unfriendly act for a man with auch a face to go about the streets." THE PERUNA ALMANAC IN 8,000,000 HOMES. The leruna Lucky Day Almanao has become a fixture In over eight million homes. It can bn obtained from-, all druggists free, lie cure to Inquire early. The 11)05 Almanac Is already publishod, ami the supply will soon bo exhausted. Do not put It off. (iut one to-day. Pretty Near Perpetual Motion. Hcrr Noll of Horlengen, In tier many, has made a clock warranted to to 9,000 years without winding. The well earned reputation and Inrre.n ln(( popularity of tho lwis' Sini.-io Bindr." straight f clpar. is duo to tl.o uutm.aiunj ill" IIUIIIT mill appreciation of the smoker. Lowig' l'actury. l'uorla. 111. European Buddh...

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

U '. jf ' 1''! i V); g: l.r :r: il ' V' I. r-A i- : 1 j , t J : i Turktyt for Sal. For fine blue turkeys and Sil ver Spangled Hamburgs call n (he undtraigned. We have raised thin year 124 turkeys from five lions. Arthur Petzoldt, Jackson, Mo. A 6UARAITEE0 CURE FOR PILES. Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles. Druggists re fund money if Pazo Ointment fil9 to cure any case, no matter of how long standing, in 6 to 14 days. First application gives ease and rest. 60o. If your druggist hasn't it send 50o in h tamps and it will be forwarded post-paid by Paris Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo. From Millervllle. The Millerville high school is vloinif good work and the attend Htict for tho past month was (s'oo.1 The A. I,. C. f Incted the following officers at its laHt meet ing: President, F. Curcton; vice president, James Arnold; secre tary, Annie Howard; treasurer, '(Carrie Snider; doorkeeper, Lor en.o Howard. There will be a graduating class next spring. They have organized with the foll...

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