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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 January 1905

Card of Thank. The undersigned extend their sincere thanks to all who assisted in any way during the lait illness of their dear daughter. Mb. ad Mrs. Hkkmax Loos From Arbor. It has been a long time since the Hkkai.D has had an article from Arbor, o I thought I would aend in a few items. Kev. Wrn. Ponton ia holding a Headquarters Jwsll Fost, Ho. 173, Department Missouri ; C. A. R. ( Cape Girardeau, Mo.. Jan. 1,156. 1 Comrades : Tap has sounded and the light of a beloved com- j rade has been extinguLened for- , ever. Comrade Henry Kopper, whom we all loved and respected, has j been called to the last review by the Grand Commander of the univeie, and we trust he has' nothing to fear, for his record is ucceeef ul meeting at Fairview j clean and his discharge honorable R. A. Mitt flagged the train the other day to tell the conductor that he had a big girl at his house. A. G. Cook has killed over 200 ducks this winter in the big Geld t war where he served with credit j in Co. 1, First Eng...

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. — 12 January 1905

BV IARY AEVEREUX CMAPTtP Vil. ' - j )' an I a i::1 i I t1 ?:i.-ti i.i.- 7..c.:..!i Jar. ' e- '.:. '. a:; : trj -at.! ff-ita III - fmrr. ir-!- ? Im ha i an i :th j.l.-r. in,Kna :r:.a: a- ' l !. fjrs .'-an f i r.- am '' !. ( i:?'i-ni: ! v .-- i..,' r. I,. I'- Uf I.--j " . - - 1 l .. : .: i. :,ali'. t r: t; -.. . - ... ?' r ii': -. - '' v J.-.m in : - r -':i ! .i ! i'-i, t r; f. . r :i. : rj i: ' h I s-! i-af.-.-ir' "I - J'i".-t r it., -h' h::i. .. -i-T : -.-J- '.. .-I li . . .. .: t .. la'-.-! i: ' c- U- ti j'. ! ; l.'-r.ardr-' i r-. . r. ;. '. -..'. t. r Ji. iii . . "t a: ! t !. - - ; .- . ,:h:r: t. n..-. :; to t : . :;' i tr ' :!! ;r. . t.. ., cratiS'.a'ion Vy t"ir.. v'.'-r. .- tl.f-- 'ioaa.' -jr ; thy - to Miri'i- -.r -a;- .' - II '-os f i-iip-rs. l'-r- Mu'e . 'tm r; : I. as if '.r; lun lo i-a!i :; -. v.,r . air: I l-i-- - a a : ,r -.r. t,;,e to t-i-at: to :;.-- t-,. '. ii -: a! l;o(i.-i a 1 1 an- i;. -. - i t.. -: of iT a - "a i , a!.-: ! i. - -i.- :- '.-: v ere ' r:: stu-l !,' . ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 January 1905

THREE YEARS AFTER. Eugene K. Larlo, of 7Ht Twentieth venue, ticket Boiler In the Union Sta tion. Denver, Col., says: "You are at liberty to repeat what 1 first stated through our Jx'nver papers about lionn's Kidney Pills In the summer of 1899, for I have had no reason In the Interim td change my opinion of thut remedy. I m subject to severo at tacks of backache, al ways aggravated if I aat long at a desk. Doan'i Kidney Pills absolutely stopped my backache. I have never had a Jiuln or a twinge since." Foster Mllburn Co., RulTalo, N. Y. For sale by ull druggists. Price 10 cents per box. Ashantee Vegetable Sutter, In Ashantee excellent butter Is fur nished by a tree which resembles our oak. This vegetable butter keeps in Iierfect condition all the year round. In spite of the great heat, and without any added preservative. The letter of Miss Merkley, whose picture is printed above, proves beyond question that thousands of cases of inflamma tion of the ovaries and womb are annually cured...

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. — 12 January 1905

The Fraternal Order of Colonials. TO CURE A COLD II ONE DAY. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tii Mots. All druggists refund ilx- nioiii y if it fails to cure. K. W. lirove's signature is on each ox. 25c. Special Homeaeekera' Excur sion. SlTi.OO for round trip, except that one fare plus S2.00 will apply to points when such basis makes lower rato; good 21 days to points in Arkansas, Louisiana, Indian Territory, Oklahoma Territory and Texas. Date of sale January 17 only. This is special and will only apply January 17. Tell all, to pet in an earlv order for ticket J if wanted for Tuesday. J. H. Di nx. Deray, Mo. Stray Notice. A Fraternal Beneficiary Society Organized Under the laws of the State of Missouri. Reserve Fnnd Created From In ception of the Order. Taken up by J. F. Jones Arbor, ' M., and post sd before Albert . I. Hitt. a Justice of the Peace in Welch Township of (.'ape Girar deau county, on ,"th day of Jan., I'.'O'i. The following described property: 1 buy horse, 12 years iI 1. r...

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. — 19 January 1905

B. F. LUSK. Editor. IN THK INTEREST OF THK PKOPU? AND TIIK REPUBLICAN PARTY. $1.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE VOL. VIII. JACKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY UK UM. M)7l0 ill 1 J V r i m i i rmnnnraTT "2 Wheat $1.05 to- day Wanted A fffice. WSg0rtm: ket4iokt the week but is Apply at this offic Wallace McLain of Oriole was sf.'-1' . in Jackson, Monday. t TTU-w jAnfe Biewirth cf the Cape was Auevst Covert c f the Cape was in Jackson yesterday. For Sale A good brood mare. Call at this office. F. S. Randol of the Cape was soen on our Btreott yesterday. Asa Stepp movel into the Pen zol property in West Jackson last week. Ralph Armantro.it of the Cape had business in Oak Ridge yes terday. The family of F. S. Portis mov ed to the Garner farm near Fruit land last week. Look at the date on your paper and if you are beh nd kindly let us hear from you. Born, on January 2, to Jacob Grader and vife, who live 5 miles ast of Jackson, a girl. Geo. Be'.raar opened a barber shop on the west sit e of the pub...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 January 1905

Jlddress of Joseph W, Folk on the Occasion of His Inauguration as Governor of Missouri N - V FOLK. JOSEPH W. Governor of the State of Missouri. Oov. ,Ksoph w. Folks inaugural ad flii. as ratl in ihe general assembly, was i6 follows: ; ...:r t.. aii'l Ut-T!vwit,itivis: tn i trie tnird time I hnvo Mum! i ; . f!iii plailorm. Tli" first was mi a .o.-uu winter's mailt early last year hi ' '"' Hmj.iik:ii f.r ilu- demuvrallc nonitna i the tveond. in tin dawn of a sum m r s morions in Jul) , in accepting the lit rntitai ton ot my party; and now , fur in. u:rp.'c i inking the oath as K,,v" !! i this great commonwealth and i i' T.i'U!;iv tin principles and Intentions i ..' sh!l Kt.i-.b- me. I have dedicated in .s.-If ti' t:;e vn io' of the people of it. stji--. mi"W the sanction of a sdemn ..ith thai shall le preserved baetvd and rrof't'.ititlly Impressed by t lie '.'J'icii of their cnntldence, I pledge, m.iseit I' i'irv iMd, and in the presence ft.es w it ncsse. to complete devotion i ' The ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 January 1905

ALWAYS CALL FOR A CIGAR BY ITS NAME "CREDO" MEANS MORE THAN ANY OTHER NAME brow bands good fob pbesekts "luiul teller la lb Watls." Insist on Getting It. Pome grocer nay they rton't krep 7ffliiticp Htnroh bocause they have Ktn.'k In hand of 12 o. brands, which they know cunnnt bp sold to a ruplo mer who huB onre used the 1C o& I'kk'. Defiance Starch fur tame money, Doean't Amount to Much. "The fact H, my husband dtiesn t j soem to know hi own mind. 't'h. thal'H a very small mattnr." Cleve land Plain Dealer. Many who formerly smoked 100 clears, nmrfewuke I Im' 'Kiuki'- Hinder" at nilirht tV ii:iu Tin hvt r'tniUinulion of Uh! best touaenm. l.ewia' Factory. I'uoria, 111. Education In flcach of All. The Rreat stale universities now make the acquiring of an education possible to any boy or girl who hai sufficient ambition to apply It. MDr. DnTlfl Kennedy's Favorite Remedy Cltf it. prompt e,il "ointl.tr relief trim di-p4. at.d urdMWiniut." B. T. Troabrlda-., llerl.ui KK, Vl.' Unlnliab...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 January 1905

Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN tM rOUTICS. B F. Ll'SK rvBi.isiiEH Kntrf t h pMiofflrf t JnKx-n, Mo. 4t conl-.-l tntr NTfinbr 4. 1M. Term for the Hkkald re us fol lows: For "no year I M Mx month three month Advkrtisivo Ratks: Local tic per line eneh Insertin-i. Profesrii'iriHl Chrd per yenr. Leirtl Advertiie -ifnt-pil rate. Irisplay ad rate Made knnwn on application. Offli"' 14 142 UCKM1S. MO . J AN. 19. 1905. F. E. Kies, our representative has introduced a bill in the legis-: lature touching on the registra tion of voters in cities. This is certainly an age of pro gress. Boys and girls in our ehoola today go right out of the tpelling book into geometry, latin and book-keeping. Representative Kies of this county has been appointed by Speaker Hill on several important committees. He is chairman of the committee on normal schools. It is to be hoped that if nothing but investigating will do, that the light will be turned on the Dem ocratic state committee. If so, our Democratio friends will...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 January 1905

FINAL SETTLEMENT NOTICE. Notice la hereby given to creditor and all others Interested, that I, the undersigned executor of the estate of Elizabeth Grant, deceased, will make final settlement of said estate at the next term of the probate court, of Cape Girardeau county, to be held at the court house in the city of Jackson in said county, commencing Monday, Feb. 13, 1905. T. D. IIimkh. Executor. For fine blue turkeys and Sil ver Spangled Hamburg call on the undersigned. We have raised this year 124 turkeys from five hens. Arthur Petzoldt, Jackson, Mo. mm. tun When your lungs are sore and inflamed from coughing, Is the time when the germs of PNEUMONIA, PLEURISY and CONSUMPTION find lodgment and multiply. Turkeys for S-lt ORDER OF SALE UNDER SCHOOL FUND MORTGAGE. Whereas, 0:1 the flrxt day of Dor.. 18M3, In iho J. Stout. Btid M.rtliii J. Stout, hin wife, b irnwect iif the county of ( 'ftp (t imrdt'Hii Mm sum .if even hmiiir.il dollar mwrl titf lo the c:iitiii Kchuol funds of .i 111 cou...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 January 1905

JACKSON HkiK.M.D. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. ll'SK .Pubtislicr Ii!jtil at the poitofflce at Jack. ton, Mo., as second-class matter Ni ember 4. 189 . PHONES: Office hi Residence H:1 Terras for the Herald are as fallows Tor ono yar 11.00 Sir months 50 Three months 3C Advertising Kates: locals Co per line each lnsertirn. Profrsiona! Card IS per year. Legal Advertisements legal rates. Display ad. ratoa mm! known on application. THE MARKET REPORT A Summarized heport Covering Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. the TVhvtat No 0 red. . , " No. 3 red.., ' Hani winter . .! .. 1 .. 1 . 1 10.,- 17 14 do 44 43 45,' 44 Mi 44 32 31 3.r-; 32 Ml i No. : " No. 4 winter. new . Cov.y No. 2 mixed . . No. mixed . . Yellow. . No. No S vellow. . No 2 white. . . No Oats Nu. No No. No. r.ir. No. 3 white. . . mixed ,. mixed . . white . . w Into. . . Chicago. Whkat No 2 spring SI. 15 No. :; spring 1.13 No 2 nil..". I 1 9 i Or No. 2 42 !j " No. 2 yellow 42i Oats-No. I '. 2.1 No. 2 while 32':' No. 3 w li...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 19 January 1905

SHELVE BIG BILLS TO CHECK DEFICIT NeitHe. River and Harbor Nor Publlo Buildingi Bill to Pass. DENEEN TAKES UP OFFICIAL DUTIES RUSSIANS TRY TO PREVENT HEAVY SNOWFALL AND INTENSE COLD The Congressional Grist The Big Law Mill at Washington Now Grinding Out Laws. JAPANESE ARMIES UNITING Wheat Fields of West Covered by Saving Blanket of Snow, Washington: Fearing a treasury de ficit, which might aggregate $100,000. (WO, the House loaders have decided Unit the present Congress will be asked to consider neither the river and harbor nor a public building bill. This ancounccmcnt will directly affect and mnku Impossible the projects at Car thago and 81. 1-ouis. Representative Hcntou, who represents the Carthage district, had Hiil'fletent assurance from the leaders uf the majority to make certain the Inclusion of the Carthage building; if there had been a public building bill at this session. The same conditions surround the St. I-ouls pro Jcct. for which Kopresentatlve Bar tholin has already s...

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. — 19 January 1905

TO CURE I COLD IN ONE DAY. Take Laxative Promo Quinine Y.-iblets. All druirc:i!,t, refund lli money if it fails to cure. 10. .V. Grove's signature is on each CO The Fraternal Order of Colonials. special Homeseekers' Ion. Excur- $15.00 for round trip, except (hat one fare plus S2.00 will apply ( i points when such basis makes ! er rate ; pood 21 days to points ni Arkansas, Louisiana, Indian Territory, Oklahoma Territory .And Texas. Date of sale January '7 only. Thi9 is special and will nly apply January 17. Tell all !. get in an early order for tickets ;:' wanted for Tuesday. J. H. Dl'NN, Deray, Mo. Stray Notice. Taken up by J. K. Jones, Arbor, M i,, and posted before Albert J. Jlitt, a Justice of the Peace in IVelch Township of Cape Girar .Icau county, on 5th day of Jan., '.'do. The following described roperty: 1 bay horse, 12 years .I J, reel footed, and 16 hands , rh, valued at $3.".00. J. W. Fenimore, John L. Dreman. F. M. Linceccm, Appraisers. A Fraternal Beneficiary Society Org...

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. — 26 January 1905

The Jackson Heraldd, K V T. V. LUSK, Editor. IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOIM.K AND THK KEPUMJCAN PARTY. $i oo PER YEAR IN ADVANCE TOlTvIIL .1 AOKSON, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, A ANITA UY 2, UM)5. M). Tl H905 Fifth Semi-Annual Clearing Sale H905 Will begin Saturday morning, January 28, and continue until the following Saturday night, February 4. Our object in having this sale is to make room for our large spring stock, which is beginning to arrive and therefore offer many unusualy low prices. Be here at 8 a. m. next Saturday or as soon after as possible, because you know from our past record that we have the gfoods at the prices advertised, and that the best always goes first. I? hi 1,000 yards good Percales and Ginghams, som pieces slightly soiled, worth 10c to 15c a .x yards, sacrifice price 4-2C 120 yards plaid dress goods, new patterns, regu- . lar price 50c yard, sale price 24C 150 yards plaid dress goods worth 15c, sale price. . 9C M'0 yards 10c and l''4c suitings, all good patterns, , ...

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. — 26 January 1905

JACKSON llb'RALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B F. USK Publisher Kctired at the postofllve at Jack, on, Mo. as second-class nailer No vember 4. 1S97. THONKS; Office 14S Residence 142 Term for the Herald are ai follows: For one year II. 00 Six month r.O Three m.mth 3C Advertising Rates: florals 6e per line each insertion. Profeslnnal Card IS per year. Legal AdvcrtUements legal rates. Display ad. ratss made known cn application. THE MARKET REPORT A Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Condition!. GRAIN St. Lcuis. WnT--Ncv red. fl 17 No 3 red Mi Hard w inter. Nn I.... I.1:C Nn. 4 winter, new... . I. lit fHN- No. ? mii) No. a mired tl " Ni. -' yellow it't No ;i y ellow 41 No - white .' No. :; white 4 4 Oat No. J mined 31 No. It mixed :i0 No. i white US1,' No. 4 white HI RK No. : il Chicago. WnriT-Nrt spring SI. I. N. spring 1 . l.'i No : i-.il 1 -.'it'i riMi- No ; 4:i' No. '.' yellow 4.1, '!-- No. I ltd'. No. .1 white .!.' No. t white Ill n v v - No 5 ;:, Hillli 1 :r to ehoiee malting....

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. — 26 January 1905

WANTS $5,000,000 FOR. EDUCATION THE CZAR BARELY ESCAPES ASSASSINATION CZAR'S UKASE PR0HBI1TS SENATOR BURTON GETS NEW TRIAL ALL PUBLIC ASSEMBLAGES Tariff Changes Urged and Opium and Saloon Evils Mentioned. Charge of Grape Fired Over Chapel During Religious Exercises. Supreme Court Holds that 3t. Louis Court Exceeded Its Jurisdiction. Washington: Secretary Taft has mihmittcd to the President the an imal re port of the Philippine commls xlon, together with separate reports to the commission of the civil govern or of "the Islands, and or the bends of the four department. Tbe- secretary says. In IiIh letter transmitted to the President, that the reports show the great benefits which have been conferred upon the Islands liy a continued Ktate of tranquility. Except fn the wild, mountainous re gion of the unexplored island of 8a mar, and In the Mora region of the Rio Grande and Lake I.anno. In the sparr'-ly settled Island of Mindanao, and in the Island of Jolo. conditions as to tranquility ...

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. — 26 January 1905

Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. Lt'SK II'bmmibk Unwrrc m the prtolfl.- m Jaknn. llo. ft t.-on(1-rlm matter Sn inher 4. I?VT. Ternm fr t he IIkkald are a fol low: For one rent 1.00 Six month SO Thrpp month ."O Apvkrtimno Ratm: Loral fio yor llnf each inoert inn. Professional Ghrd $5 per year. Lpit.iI Advertlar lent rateg. niaplay ad rittea Made known on application. OBIre raldf nr t4 145 tACKSOV, MO.. JAX. 2rt. 1005 "There is not to reason why, there is not to make reply, there is but to do or die," and vote for the caucus nominee. The few Republicans who bolted the action of the Repub lican caucus did a very unwise and unpolitical thing. Dr. Ti'bbs has it right when he says, "The Republicans must tick to the caucus nominee." They can not lay down. These is still a deadlock on U. S. senator. V hat the party wants seems to have no effect on our Republican legislators. That man "Disgrace" of St. Louis was one of the prime mov ers of the Republican bolt. He is a political ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 January 1905

Turkey for Sale For fine blue turkeys and Sil ver Spangled Hamburga call on the undersigned. We have raised this year 124 turkeys from five kens. Arthur Petzoldt, Jackson, Mo. ORDER OK SALE UNDER SCHOOL FUND MORTGAGE. Whore, ou tho flmt day of Dec. WV3, Is.ihc J. Numt and Martha J. tout, hi wifi1. birrnweil of ihr county of Vnw. Girardeau t.he utn nl eTn hundred dollars belntiifinii to the ciipltal school funds of sild county, to wit: The rupltal of t tt. county school fund the Hum of 370 and the following school townxh.n hi said cotinty : Township No 0, $.i0; township No. 7,9300; and when-m. in oiiHlih-ratlon of Hald pri-mlxps, and to nuiire the paymont of said sum of iiiney when the same should hero un due, on the first day of IVcpriiht-r, 18114. the said Isaac J. Stout and witc executed and delivered to said county for the use and benefit of said cupital school fund, their certain mortgage 4eeid whereby they conveyed to the aid county the following described real estate, lying, i...

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. — 26 January 1905

ir 1 BV ARY iDEVEREUX 'TM ILLUSTPATIONS BV DON C. WILSON CHAPTtfl IX. li t liMp in a sultry, almost hree.'.e Ws evening In September. ISM. that the snip "Condor." belonging to I.aro ami hi .i.socia'es. dropped anchor In iN' hartu' of Kurt Royal. Martinhiue. Shi I hnl a single passenger. If si, 1 1, he could be termed: for It wan .'I'm T.nfitte, rccmed recently from a iri-:in which wi'l be referred to nv.r - i-arf icitlarly later on. ami who Vmi lon-.c from Ni Orleans for the n'.vpt.eo of meeting I.aro. whom he ex l:;c;i t fin.) w.vtit-g ai V'ort Royal. His soared proved unavailing, al ilioiich he ascertained th.it I.aro had 'tin ,-en In the town: and after Is i:ns several of the pla-vs where he was liaMo to le f lad I.aflte went t an inn not t.ir r.i:n the wharves, cm! ordered supper Kit- he al cnjov :t;.: 'he coolness, v .;.' he sippe! a-.id smoked, w hen let a ' snte to lis ears the sound of .1 vi i v whose me'lovv resonance i d him strung"':-, sending his t.u .r-hts Mr:i!K into I...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 January 1905

SUFFERED CURED A PLAIN TALK On a Plain Subject In Plain Language. The coming; winter will cause at least one-half of tlio women to hare catarrh, folds, coufrha. pneumonia or oonnump tii'ii. ThouKandH of women will lose their live mid tens of tliotiMiml will acquire some chrouic ail ment from wliic-h they will never recover. Unless yon take the necessary precautions. the chances are that vou ( who KEEP PERUNA IN THE HOUSE. rviul tlns will be one of the unfortu nate ones. Little or no risk need be run if Fcnina is kept in the house and at the first appearance of any symptom of catarrh taken as directed ou the bottle. l'e.mna Is a safeguard, a preventative, I specific, a cure for all cases of catarrh, tctiUs and chronic, coughs, colds, con sumption, etc. For free niedirnl advice, address Dr. B. 11. Hartimin. 1'rer.ident of The llart aian Sanitarium, t olumtius, Ohio. 10,000 Plants for 16c. C Hofi ttnlfut and fsrmi trt pluntMl ( M p.l trian ir other In mrlca. Titer It mm for thlft. 011 ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 26 January 1905

Dent! Notice. 1 have located in Oak Kidpe as a KKSIDKNT PKNTIST. Wjll practice dentistry in all its lu'nolies. Kxamination and con sultation free. Office at Central hotel PK.Josvrn H. Uowarp. From Fruitland. Health pood with the exception of bad colds. Aunt ir.illiu Short is slowly recovering from a severe attack if pneumonia. Mrs. Rev. Dixon has the oiump. Robert Noland lost a fine cow (ast week. Hops are dieing with the cholera between here and Lee- Marriage Licenses. S. C. Clinkenhard and M K. Rhodes. K. R. Hall and Nannie .Tacks. 0. A. King and Ira McCain. Kd Lankford and Kmma Mc I.ain. H. (?. Obermiller and W'ilma Sander. Harry Vunce and Florence Phemister. Murphy Warren and Mary A. Kirby. in Memomriam. To cure a cold in one Oay. Take Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets. All drupgist refund the money if it fails to cure. H. W. Grove's sipnature is on each box. 25c. A Surprise Party A pleasant surprise patty may be given to your stomach and liver by taking a medicine which will relie...

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