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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 February 1905

TffflE JAGKN HERALD. U. V. LUSK, Editor. IN Till? INTEREST OF THK PKOI'LK AND TUB REPUBLICAN PARTY. 51.00 l'KR YKAR IN ADVANCK VOL. VIII. -I ACKSON, MISSOUUI, THURSDAY, FKimUAUY 2, 1!)05. M). 12 MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6. NOW IS THE TIME TO LOOK AFTER THE FOLLOWING GOODS. YOU WILL NEED THEfl. EMBROIDERY. Our pat record on Embroidery is Hiiftident to prove to every one that when we say that we have the best goodn at the price thin season that was ever offered in Jackson that we mean just what we say. All 8jc Embroidery will le 5c All 10 and 12ic Embroidery will W, 8c All l.r and 20c Embroidery will be 10c All 25c Embroidery will In 12c We also have several pieces of extra wide in fancy new patterns that will go cheap. Our white Spring (okIs are ready and we have some hoautiw""""" 8 V buys an article worth 50c 25c buys an article worth .'15c and our 15c pieces are very fine. INDIA LINON. We have received our new India Linons and will have them on sale next Monday. They ar...

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. — 2 February 1905

JACKSON IIL?KALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LVSK Tub Usher KnureJ si the postoffioe at Jack, on, Mo.. as second c'.ass matter No mlier 4, 1S97. rHONES: Office H Residence H2 Terms for the Herald axe at follows: ror one year $1 .00 6ix months 50 Three month? 3C Advertising Rate?: Ixirnls Co pet tine each insertion rrofcslonal Card 15 per year. Legal Advertisements legal rates. Display ad. ratja made known on application. THE MARKET REPORT a. Summarised Report Covering thi Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. TnrT-X t rol No. nil " Harti winter. No.-'. " No. winter, new.. Cnv. No. 2 rniv"d " No. 71 inixd " No. '-' yellow Xiv S ye! Ion No. 2 white N. 3 w hite a r - No. I mixi'l No. ?. mi vel No. 2 white No. 4 white Eea So. S ..81 11 . . .. ..ll . 1.H4 44 ' 4:1 4.'i 4V4 4 r:H :HS .12 M)i p Cnicago. -No C pnn;.'. .' piinc. v 1 .-.1 . . vr!!o . . . ...51.20 No. No 0iRJ No "J No. -' ... 1 40 41 SO at No. 2 No. 2 white No. J white Kvr-Xo. 2 JtaJUkl Fair to ehuiee malt lug ill Kansas ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 February 1905

COOPER COUNTY, MISSOURI, PENSION CZAR YIELDS AND PROMISES REFORMS Strikes Are Called in Many of the Interior Towns. IN SAN DOMIf.'GO BOARD HAS BEEN ABOLISHED Outbreak Follow! Knowledge of Uni'.d States 'taking Customs Houses. FIGHTING BEGINS Father Gopon, Leader of Disaffected. RUSSIAN REVOLUTION IS SPREADING Mob. Awed by Sunday's Massacre, Temporarily Suspends Action. Si. Petersburg, January 24. 4 a. ni. The caar's yacht lies al ldbau with Hiram up, ready to carry btm out of i lie country at a moment' notice. Tbo cry now la, "Down with the czar." No one calls liira "Little Fa ther." The whereabouts of the emperor is kept profoundly secret Trous trains come lino the city hourly The garjslon at Nicolal station lias been sent to meet an army of 5i.lMM strikers coming from Kolpino, fifteen miles from St. Petersburg. Father Gopon's lieutenants say he will Issue a proclamation calling for aimee) resistance. News of the burning of the admiral ty wfcrks at Sevastopol has been re ceived. A ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 February 1905

Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. R V. Ll'SK . . . I'VHUSMIKK HntrM at the Ji'-K!"n. Mo. t utrond-rliu mver NoTfmbi-r 4. WI. Term for the Hkhai.d tire us To I Inws: For one war 1 .0" Sli minUis f' Three month :i AnVKKTlSINO Ratk: Ui'iil' '" per line each inserti'in. rrofesniiiniil ard per yfr. L-.tl Advertise ments leml r.it. lisplnyad mtes niNilo known on application. pmi-p Rasldf-n.T 14- u: IACKSON, MO., VKU 2. 190.Y It is rather hard to labor for thirty years for Republican Mis fouri, and then have her pros pects blighted by the action of 15 or 20 legislators. Thk Niedringhaus men have Rothing to do but smile and look pleasant, and each day till March 4th, just before taking dinner, vote for Niedringhaus. Pon't bo alarmed. It will be Niedringhaus to the U. S. senate if a Republican goes. The friends of Niedringhaus are standing 'pat" just what they should do. Let the Niedringhaus men stand firm and each day cast their ballot for Niedringhaus un til March 4, and if the bolte...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 February 1905

Turkey for Sale For fine blue turkeys and Sil vr Spangled Hamburgs call on Hie undtrsigned. We have raised this year 124 turkeys from five hens. Arthur Petzoldt, Jackson, Mo. Court Directory KI"AIj SKTTLKMENT NOTICE. Notice in hereby (jlven t creditor?. j nnd nil other Interested, Mint 1, tlie undersigned executor of the estate of VI two l,,.t It livml rlnA.,nu.trl tlrlll tn-lli.t nnHi Hi'iiiemcni, ui nam phlhuj ni me next term of the probate court of Owe (iinirdoail county, to he held at the curl house In the city of Jack-win the second Monday in February, III nniu imiilj f utui mr?iix nig nun J County court meets at Jackson i the first Monday in February, I May, August and November. Trobate court meets at Jackson Feb. 1:1, ln.-. . T. I. IIinkh. Executor. ) K I )E It O K S A LE 1 ! N I ) Kit SCI K H L FUND MOUTH AUK. Whereas, 0:1 the. first day of Dec.., Wl3, ls.mc ,1. Stout Hiid Martha .1. Mtnut, his wife. I) irruwed of I he comity of Cnpe (iirardemi l lie sum of seven hundred dol...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 February 1905

BV ARY pEVEREUX KITH ILLUSTRATION: BT OON C. WILSON C4Jt CHAPTER X. A i.iclii tiu.l a(siil. nml the Inland rf Martinique lay drowsliiR ?.i the piross of niltWny. In Kurt Iloyal hay. tcfnro tho lviy town, lay llireo shirs at anchor. The one nearest hore was a liriKuntiiie. beautiful In "unit i ami French In huilil; she car rieil a Inns pichteen rHiuniler amiri fMips. an (J her bulwarks were pierced for lichttr pur. This was the "niack I'cn V" and she displayed the Ameri can fefipn. now lianKiiii; limp In the iii.it !i':.'ess air. as were the like colors !'Ortn iiy the "Condor." rocking mar )' ir. It.e lay ttde. IVwti in the Iiimii Uvisly furnished shiii i f the liiiffintlne. I.aro and l.a ri!'e. KHted. and in earnest comer--Vmn. paused ocasitmnily to scruti i -e this craft. T rhaps she means no mischief." ;i - tfered the former: "hut the verv fiat she flies, anil the red showini; on J cis'hs are crouch to set mv teeth T1 ( lit'l ." Yo'i say you heard ashore last vM-ninp. as did I. th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 February 1905

V 1 1 it .'' " 3 1 )" t Alexand Alexander Hilton, formerly general nncsenger (Rent of the Frisco system, and prior to that, assistant general passenger agent of the Kansas City, K?rt S:-tt t2 Mpbl railway (nor: 'al)c::l.- lr t-s Fiisco), La. been ad vanced to the position of passenger trafllc manager for both the Frisco aril the Eastern Illinois systems, with lirac'Quirtcrs In St. Louis. Mr. Hil ton. tiPRidrA brine a broad, Intellectual Chance for Dentist. There Is not a single qualified prac ticing dentist In the English protec torates of East Africa and Uganda. Smoke find Iwia' "Rinjrle Binder" straight 5c cifrar better quality than most 10c brands. Lewis' Factory, l'eoria, 111. t "There isn't very much to eat," said the Hshinio hostess, as she handled a candle to ouch guest, "Just light re freshments." Mr. Wlnslow's toothing Rjnp. Tnr rhtl.lrrn leeUilne, soften, tbe gura.. redure. fs SkOir-lhu. aio) . patii, rurtM wLBd cullv. 2avanviue. The fly The moth seems very gronchy. The ro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 2 February 1905

WILLIAM II , ARTIST. I"he German Emp' tvr nJ the rf t.ie Warner Sam?. Mo.le) I: ;.i, I'lit 1 ; i-l ii t'l.i M.m 11. I I : re tn-ti d t in Ti UPr- ill! -'nt. t ho - rti , ili II! li: I i.n' Ni v - A,T. il !l i.- Slil. ti: In' ti !l 1- in rr:i? it tl:c i : t ;i . f tl.c kai-i r it i. .! Qi rt'l ' i I. !..!,? iJi.it tin w i lli'ir Kin Tiein. v. Vn MibmitK ne niiliii' tie to the roiiMiiil tt r. 1 n 1 ! .'.'I jo Itetin t?k n!' ever auin. An iliorilic -m jiht r t: ti tlure ton min i; "i'n urn r.m: t t noiiL'h m r iiH in I lie i vpn -yii u." Kl r'l in pit in ied p tiius mil! the feci. nil J'S.-mmI iinitt r. It now had to pi before the ''biah n urt." WiUiam II. vn. not as t-atiififd itb the result as the eom jnittev. "Your wcrk is superb," .-aid hi- majesty to the nervens arti-t, '"but- hut there's sr-niethini: wunt- illP." T limine liis l-rail fii-t in nn I Mtle th.n the other the n-aItrititf,neW8PaPer in the country and pn7.e,i at the maourtte for some min- j Farm I'rogress.America'B lead...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 February 1905

The Jackson Mekalp, B. F. LUSK, Editor. IN THH' INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE AND THE RK1T1SLICAN PARTY. .$,., PKR YEAR 1 N A DVANCK vol! v7ii7 jackson, Missouri, Thursday, kkmiuary j, ho:. -., K 1 LOCALS Wheat $1.05 to-day. County court is in session this week. Mrs. Asa Stepp of West Jack" son is quite sick. A. E. PoinBett of Whitewater was in Jackson Monday. See Hasslinger's valentine ad in this paper. The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. Hattie Hamlin to-day. Born, on January 28, to Wm. Willa and wife of near Jackson, a boy. We hear that the Thebes bridge will be completed by March 1. Geo. Tallent sold his barber shop to a man from Frederick -iown. The ladies of the Methodist church will meet with Miss Lena Hartmberg next Friday. Everything reduced at Morgan Sisters' in order to make room for the new spring stock. Mrs. R. M. McCombs and laughtr:- Helen went to New Orleans Tuesday on a visit. Mrs. Geo. Belmar, who hasi been quite sick with an attack of pneumonia, is getting better. For cl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 February 1905

JACKSON HERALD. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. LVSK Publisher Knured At tho postoflke at Jack, on. Mo., as second-class matter No ember 4, 1SJ7. . PHONES: Office 148 Rdsider.ee : 142 Terms tor the Herald are as follows: For one year $1.00 Six month? 50 Three months 30 Advertising Hates: Ideals fc pel1 line each Insertion. Profoslonal Card IS per year. Legal Advertisements legal rates. Display ad. rates mads known on application. THE MARKET REPORT Summarized Report Covering the Prevailing Conditions. GRAIN St. Louis. Wmu-N'.i ml SI 17'i No. :i red 1.14'; ' Hani winter. No. No. 4 winter, new... . l.ot r;:N- o. mixed 4." No. H mixed 41 j No. ? yellow 4. '4 o .. el inv 44''i No white 4ii.:.j No. .1 white 4'i :a 1 s No. -.' mixed 3'." No. mixeil HI No. V white No. 4 white ;l Kti 2 Chicago. iikai No. '. spring S 1 -1 ' No. .'1 spring' 1 lr No v red..' 1 in'-; t i.KX No v 4:1 No. yellow 4!)'a 'ats- No. ! :mli No. whit.' 31 i No. :'. white :ii '; Kit:- No. "!' JtAKf.KV Fair to elioiee maltin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 February 1905

I EAST ST. LOUIS FIRE LOSS ESTIMATED AT $147,000 REBELLION ON THE INCREASE IN POLAND PROVIDES FOR ABOLITION OF CANAL COMMISSION Proceedings of Missouri General Assembly Minor Collisions Between Troops and Strikers Continue. Bill Places President in Charge of Panama Operations, Kant. ft. Umia. III.: In the (Ire which destroyed the Josephine anil Walsh buildings at opposite corners or St. lunula and Collinsville avenues, In thlti city -early Friday morning, and dnm agnd flirroundlng buildings, the Joss is estimated at $147. 000. An Inimrance of $86,000 was carried on the felnldlngs and contents. The flro started In tho Josephine building, a three-story brick building erected three years ago by Russell A. Richardson. Whether It started In the Stag saloon and bowling alleys In the hasemnnt, or In the rear of the Palace Clothing Company. Is a mater of con jecture. When tho blaze was discov ered at 4:10 a. ni. the entire first floor was cm Arc. After tho alarm was turned In Ser geant Pat ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 February 1905

Jackson Herald. Kftl'l'RLICAN IN POLITICS. The Cotton Belt n V. Ll'SK. Citfrot t lli itt'"V t .lKi'i'li. Mo. I im-iMlil-i iilMtrr Novi-tliher 4. IS!'i. Termsi r.ir tin- IIkisai.h an- n nil- Fnrone v.mt month ',' Three month " r AnvuKTifHNU Katk: Local tie nfr line e;ieh iiicertdn. Profensionnl i i,.,r viur. 1 .-LT.il Ailverti-e- nientu - l. ir tl'mteft. Pisoitty ail rates , tnmio known on nwll,'il11""' rRi Rli)eni'e 1C-14i 1ACKSON. MV. KK.li IW" For party xueees-" Niedring-! haus should bo senator. It would be much better for Missouri Republicans if the legislature would elect the caucus nominee to the legislature. Thk Democratic party hn always been called the party that did the wrong thing nt the wrong time, but it seems that a few Republicans are endulging. in this kind of action just now at Jefferson City. j K. K. MtJimsky. editor of the St. Joseph Gazette, wrote Col. R. C. Kerens an open letter, which was published in the Globe-Democrat last Friday. Mr. Mc.Iimsey is one of Mr. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 February 1905

From Mlllervllle. February 0. vYe are all in. winter quarters with nnow about four inches deep and ther.uome-1 ters dipping to zero or below and , if we Hee anybody out doors they are on a run to some place whero thero ia a probability of a well heated stove or fire place, conse quently news items are all on the wing and hard to capture and what we get has to be rounded up by guessing at what our re porters lack in giving particular?. A few things we can guess with tolerable accuracy, which in part is that woad piles, hay mows and corn heaps are growing beautifully loss every day, and rabbits are getting scarce. We could got them by the dozen when the first snow fell but now they are not to be had at any price. Married, by Ksquiro George W. Miller, on last Sunday, at the residence of James Runnels, Thomas Strong and Mrs. Ruena Harks. Also on the same day at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Niswanger, Albert Iiiehn and Miss Shaba Niswanger were married. The bo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 February 1905

The President Tie man and hu birth! the way-mark of .B cnMn nnd mirth, life's hardship auU tnrs. I 'nil mensutT- of worth, the homage ol t?vrii Our Western rrsident! Vhe man and. hi power! n ruler thrice arm i. A wntctiman on tower, no loyst' man hnrm i. liorn pmlenee his dower, no duty he farm'd. Our war-time rrrsldnU j'l.e mn and his jest! quaint stories he told. f,u-;it rrro-s hard prrss'U. tn humor he mild. r; klndnons half puesVd. nure roiou thun suld. Our friendly president! The man and his time! hl. vision was .1. nr. 11 V virtues were rrlmc. his counsel R-ve olieer. Hi- ptmncled a crime, the ITr.inu held dear. V-r statesman president! Tie man In Go J slsht! our country's lov'd son. 1!mh'H jutlcn-.ents are right, world's verdict, Well clone." I- trwrlr linieltclil a martyr- crown won. m;r m.itel'.ii 5.- nrcilent! hl-.' State Journal. , Hugged the Scouts President Lincoln's Wel come to the Men Who , Brought Messages) From 1 Grant. .lames R. Wood of Boston, was one nf the thirt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 February 1905

A WOMAN'S MISERY. Mra. John Ijtflufl, of 116 Pateraon avemio, Pateraon, N. J., says: "I wai troubled for about cine yean, and what I auf- fered do one will ever know. 1 used about every known rome dythat 1 said to be good foi kidney com plaint, but without d riving perma nent relief. Often when lone in the bouae the backache has toecn bo bad tfcat it brought teara to my eyes. The pain at times wai eo in tense that I was compelled to give up my household duties and lie down There were headaches, dirtiness and blood rushing to my bead to cause Heeding at the nose. The first box of Doan's Kidney Pills benefited me so much that t continued the treatment. Tho stinging pain In the small of my bark, the rushes of blood to the head and other symptoms disappeared." Doan's Kidney J'llls for sale by all dealers. 60 cents per box. Foster Wllhurn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Little Headway for Cremation. The practice of cremation tnakei alow progress despite the considera tions In Its favor wblcb can be ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 9 February 1905

The Grand Ledge of Missouri Suspended. Tho board of tiitvi'turs of tin stiprrroo Icii; nt it mooting at Mo:n;ilio, IVnii., January 1" to 14 sii!'ionio'J tho fraternal char ier of the vranJ Icxige of Mis souri. This loaves the Missouri nemliers who continue their allegiance with the grand lodge to pay their own losses unaided! ly the supreme lodge and cuts them off from all fraternal rela tions with the balance of the Tder. Bulletin. If you kill yourself it is called a suicide: if you kill a brother it! i a called fractricide; if you kill write9 April lo, 1MU2: "For 10 someone of no akin it is called a to 12 years 1 had been afflicted homicide; but if you kill a town wilh 11 malady known as the itch, by sending away to buy things The itching was most unbearable; bat you ought to buy at home 1 haJ trk'J or years to find relief, you become the entire lot of having tried all remedies I could '?ides' mixed into one. We often hoar of besides a number of wonder if people who continually do...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 February 1905

TTihe Jackson Me RAID. B. F. UISK, ICditor. IN THIS 1NTKRKST OF THK PKOH.K AND Till- REPUBLICAN PARTY. Jt.oo PK1 VICAR IN ADVANCK VOL. VIII. .IACKSON, MISSOUIU, THURSDAY, KKMiUAItY 1(5, V.m. NO. U Ms I We are going to get in a car of furniture in a short time, and in order to make room for same will, beginning next Satur day, February 18, sell any furniture in our store at greatly reduced prices. All our furniture is first-class and up-to-date, and our object in this sale is to keep it first-class by letting nothing get old. Note the following prices and you will know what we mean. ROCKERS. Mahogony rockerH,x tra good finish, worth $3.25, go at.S2.--T) $4.00 quarter sawed rocker, always a good seller, now. . .$8.25 $8.1)5 will buy a quar tered oak rocker that sells the coun try over at $5.00. Stylish rocker with quartered seat attd hack, cheap at $5.25 ?r?w $4.85 $1.00 leather scat, extra heavy rocker, will go in this sale at $-50 Three-piece bed-room suites with large bevel mirror,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 February 1905

AHTTE' V BY ARY DiEVEREUX WITH ILLUSTT?AT!ON3 BY OOM C. WILSON CHAPTER XII. An hour before sunset the fog rolled up. revealing the man-of-war anchored near enough for the men on her dock it be seen plainly without the aid of a glass. The anchors of both vessels w 'Tf raised at once, and the chase was renewed, with the pursuer not a tuHe away, and heading about south o.H. which would soon bring her wittrln range of the brigantine, whoso course lay duo weFt. A curl cf smoke soon rose from lie Knglishman's ilrrk. anil n few -vnnds later there came the report of a pin. "A pressing Invitation for ';s ts show our colors." remarked I.a as lie watched the shot strike !;e water. A short time parsed, wi!h the "Black Petrel's" crew uneasy nml Ipoz s earing softly in hi native tongue. The pursuer then begun a more per-.-.stent firing with her bow-guns, but 1 '!o of the shots reached their mark. Presently ljttltte. who was standing ; ar fjoper. asked quietly. "How would sl ot work now? Try. and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 February 1905

Women in Out Hospitals Appalling Increase In the Number of Operations Performed . Each Year How Women May Avoid Them. jl Golnjr through the hospital In our large cities one in surprised to And sncli a large proportion of the patients lying on those anow-tvhlUi hods women anfl girls, who are either awaiting or recovering from serious opera tions. Why should this he the case? Sim ply bucause they hare neglected them aelyea. Ovarian and womb troubles are certainly on the Increase among th women of this country they creep upon them unawares, but every one of those patients in the hospital beds had nleAtv of warning in that bearing- down feeling, pain at left or right of the. womb, nervous exhaustion, patn in thasmall of the back, leucorrhusa, diz tlnoss, flatulency, displacements of the womb or Irregularities. All of these svmntotns are indications of a un healthy condition of the ovaries or wouin, ana ll not neeacu me peuuiijr has to be paid by a dangerous operation. When these symptom...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 16 February 1905

Jackson Herald. REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS. B. F. Ll'SK. I'VBLISIIKK ClnTrrct fit the pontofllrr n Jntciiiti, Mo. Terms ir the IlKKAl.n tire sin rnr one wnt l.no Mx month SO three nrmthx "0 ADVERTISING Hatka: Loi-bU fie jmr 1 1 nt- each insertion. Professional C;tn1 it year. L.'trtl Advertise ments lejnl rites. Pisp'ny nd rates fljail'' kri 'wn n application. aPKON. MO . KEN 1 Ifl05 It must be Niedringhau9 or no one. THE deadlock on U. S. senator till remains. Let the investigation go on and everybody will know more. The electoral college has de clared Roosevelt president. Many people see the fault of others but can not see their own. Better preserve the party or ganization than have aU. S. sen ator from Missouri. Representative Kies has in-1 troduced another bill in the legis- lature. It provides for uniformi ty in assessments. Folk showed his ingratitude to Wallace when he refused to ap point him for the judicial bench. Such action is not unfrequent. The Cash-Book just before the elec...

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